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

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University of Florida
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American and daily advertiser
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Baltimore Whig
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AMERICAN


& COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.


PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING BY
DOBBIN, MURPHY 4' BOSE,
wO. 2 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMORE.
Daily paper, 8 dollars-Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-the advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
n rne city-all new advertisements appear in both
onn:ers.
SP. TENERI'FFE WINE,ofI very superi-
0. or quality, for sale by D. McILVAIN,
ap 7 p 38 South Charles st.
0&J_ BIALES COTTOn, just received per Pres-
0.Q7 to, from Petersburg, Va., and for sale by
at) 8 WM. HOWELL & SON.
L, SI' IING POsvIER-12 casks Biasting
I u,%der, for sale by EMORY & STEVENS,
ap 8 2 Bowly's wht.
ALSAM UAPIVI-l-r salo by
GARLAND &ELWELL,
ap 7 P 86 Bowly's wtf.
C LOVERSEED-Ol prime quality, Ior sale by
BUCK & HERR,
ap 8 No. 8 Spear's wharf.
L UMBER- 10,000 leetseasoneil 4-4 CULLINGS
iNJ dii.li.g and or sale by- BUCK & HERR,
ap 8 No. 8 Spear's wharl.
12 iSEili OIL-in baricias, warranted pure. iur
L sale by HARVEY SHAW,
ay 8 35 W. Prattst.
9 E. HUMAND DOMIWSI'IC BUANtDY
*i -:or sale by GARLAND & ELWELL,
ai 8 P 86 Bowly's wiaf.
.X'1iTATO OATS--or seed, very heavy and
bright, for sale by HARVEY SHAW,
ap 8 35 W. PrN: st.
I1H -3J casks Kice, prime quality, lur suie by
E. P. COHEN,
ap 8 P 74 Bowly's whf.
k AUON-16,0OO lbs. prune Virginia tiLUt ', at-
J sorted, for sale by G. B. WILSON& CO.
Charles st. opposite Rail Road Depot.
a 8 P d
Ob'D El'A.--o cases Florence Straw BON-
NETS, fine and comuton qualities, for sale by
R. G. WARE,
omh 31 tf P 202 Balto. st., up stairs.
ENA IULY V'LOU tl-319 tiuls superior Family
SFLOUR, branded by inspector, landing troma
sctihr Hunter, for sale by BUCK & HERB,
on 8 No. 8 Spear's whf.
N KW OAK REN SOLE LEAST 'HER-
S400 sides Hemlock Sole LEATHER, totr sale by
W. CRANE & CO.
sap 8 corner South and Waler sts.
t U. ItA -14Iti hauls. Veiy prime N. 0. bU-
GAR, lor retailers, lor sale by
G. B. WILSON & CO. Charles st.
ap8 P dif opposite Rail Road Depot.
1 .\ L1I LEAF IA'ATS.-On hand a general as-
sortment of PALM LEAF and LEGHORN
HATS. LEWIS M. WARNER & CO.
ap 8
ALM LIEAF' HATS-- 50cases Palmi Leal
SHATS, assorted qualities, just received and lor
sale by the case or dezen ,by R. G. WARE,
hb 31 tf P 202 Balto. at., up stairs.
-.)A Lill LEAI' HOODS.-J.lust received 40 ca-
Sf- PALM LEAF HOODS, which will be sold
low to close sales. LEWIS M. WARNEK & CO.
ap8 S
jtICH UHENE AND GLAUCI; SILK
SHAWLS, received this dcy, and for sale by
WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
ap8 12 South Charles street.
JUSQUEHANNA WHISK.;Y-ln hlda and
l bbls., landing and lor sale by
BUCK & HERR,
apS8 No. 8 Spear's wharf.
S4ACK SALT-600 sacks lauge size and Ground
l Allum and Fine SALTi, for sale bv
G. B. WILSON & CO. Charlesst.,
ap8 P Opposite Rail Road Depot.
U.JL'rLTIG CLO'TH.-ot tie most approved an.
Schor brand; a supply constantly on hand, and for
sa;e by C. W. KARTHAU.S,
lotl V6 9 Commerre street.
,, OURKUL.ASS IAN1-A continued supply ol
-.A this excellent flavored Gin, constantly on hand,
lor sale by C. W. KARTHAUS,
mh 26 9 Commerce st.
biI .% Ur.'s lm .1. l. i...L. 'I 1-. Ih'. II & t. I a,-
0, son's steel andcommon SPADES, for sale by
A. R. BICKNER.
mh 21 20 German street.
TUMItd&AS.-Young Hyson, Gunpowder and Imtperial
I. TEAS, part of fine quality, now landing and lor
sale by 0 B. G. ETTING,
mh 24 d 36 South Gay st.
r8aACK.S-300 boxes best blued TACKS, from 22
-oz. to 24 oz., for sale by
A. R. BICKNER,
mh 22 20 Germian street.
0)| BALES FILLINt, No. 20 to 22, just re-
9 ceived and fir sale by
E. F. BRADY, Corner of Baltimore and
mh 23 d I tanover sts.
SUSQtI I-Il IN IN I-LUUl I -. lt,,', s.ail-
ing irom schr. Prompt, fbr sale by
BUCK & HERR,
ap 8 No. 8 Spear's wharf
11 ." ii H-IUS. .001) SIG % 1: l-Iti ll l.li.
LASSES;5000 lbs. BACON, very low, tor
asle by THORNTON & EA t ECKSO.nA,
ap 8 No. 10 Light st. wharf.
S f4 BLACK F1LE 'TSHAWVLS-Just re-
-9 X: ceived andl for sale low by
WILLIAMsON & IlI N H .
an8 12 Souith Ita .i. a ,
OIL-Sperm, )
SWhale and OIL, in bbls. for sale low by
Tanners, )
W. CRANE k CO.
ap8 8 st Corner South & Waler st.
" OV PRIL'Ell) IllOV'N SHIOL -I Hl i-.AI.
S-We have this day received another small lot
of tinis desirable article, which we offer on liberal
terms. WILLIAMSO.d &i HENRY,
,ipe 12S Charles st.
HlIcI E 1111M-1A'4.'.S2 '"1-I. intai. and taeices
C t. I q.,.,li, i I i.a.., IlIL.h.\ .'.', in lots ti
suit purchasers, for sale by
G. B. WILSON & CO. Charles st.
ap 8 P dif opposite Rail Road Iepot._
AT PKIVAP I-. S"ALI'-i --.t5 1.; I'.l. 't%,1-
anI grer ,ii t'l'-Ll:
44 hlids Porto RICO SUGAR
50 do Matanzas MOLASSES
ap) 8 dI6t 4. L.EMMON & CO.
N ESWARK CIDER-30 bbls. superior fine
SNewark CIDER for bottling, or for immediate
use. For sale by
G. B. WILSON & CO. Charles st.
ap a P m.1ipo.it. |{,ii|, lad D)epot.
-I.T-'-V-tr I'A.N % St.G II1t-:j titds. prunme
1UNW nl-ni.i SlUiAR, ju.l r-.'emrrd per brig
Catherine, and for sale by
JAMES M. SLAUGHTER,
ap 8 Bowly's whf"
"- IfTTAN IA WA lIE.- lo packages Hritao-
MLD ia Tea auid Coffee PO 1'S; LAMPS; Tumblers;
Spittoous; Castors &e.-For sale by
A R BICKNER,
mh 23 20 German street.
IL d& CANDLES.-30 barrels bleached Win-
ter Whale OIL; 200 boxes New Bedlord Sperm
CANDLES-landing and for sale hy
THOS WHITRIDGE,
ap 7 d P 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
/ V Lg-'- I A MS ) Western BACON
*.P0 32 do. SIDES, -in prime order.-
31 do. SHOULDERS.) just lamned.--For
s,de by W. G. HARRISON.
ap 7
tUGAR IO1USEc MOLASSES.-
' 20 hhds )
95 bbls. > Sugar House Molasses of superior
quality.-lu stoie and for sale by
SAMUEl GETTING,
ap 7 d8t P No. 55 Smnith's wharf.
t1)ER VINEGAR &c.
7 hhds.
12 casks. $ Best Cider Vinegar
5 hall Pipes Bordeaux Brandy. For sale by
SAMUEL GETTING,
an 7 d8t P No. 55 Smith's wharf.


- IEAS & CASSIA.- 500 halt chests TEAS,-
comprising every quality,
2000 mats CASSIA, in good order, for sale by
WM. & GEO. McLEAN,
Commission Merchants,
ap 8 Lombard, near Light streets.
WV 11' T -F-M I ILY FLO I' It-
100 bbls. Rochester White FLOUR,
50 do. Small's brand FLOUR.
Warranted, f-sr gale by
u. J. W IL SUN & CO. Chas. st.
ap 81 P dif Opposite Rail Rad Depo.
B EF, BACON, &c.-
100 bbls. No. I BEEF
30 Prime do
5000 lbs. SIDES BACON
2500 Ibs. JOLES do, fborasale low tn close by
JOS. TRIMBLE, Jr.
ap 7 77 S. Calvert st.
BOLTING CLOTiHS AiD MILL STONE-r
A FRESIt SUPPLY of Genuine ANCHOR
BOLTING CLOTHS, tbfor sale to dealers or
Millers on the most liberal sterns. Also-COLOGNE
MILL STONES of'ie various sizes.
J kMES CHIESTON & SON,
je22 d? Come rce street wharf.
'OFFEF-
1000 bags, Illd White Maracaibo, ) COFFEE
150 bags Green Laguayra > of prime
130 bags Old White Laguayra ) qualities.
For sale by B. G. ET TIl NG,
tah 24 di 38 S. Gay st.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
VW NV. LITTELL & CO are nowreceiving
From auction and other sources their SPRING
GOODS, to which we invite the Lad ies to'call and
see before purchasing, as they will be soldl umnusually
cheap, and will find our assortment very complete.
W. W. LITTELL & CO.
mh 15 51 Baltimore st.
14)0 f DOZ. assorted Cordial, superior to any
U .Wimported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Kemnimel
5 do Wine Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
sortment of Liquors and Groceries for sale by
AMAND COURTOIS,
no 21 Second st.
IN DIOe. &c.-
5 cases Manilla )
3 ito Bengal
3 do Madras$ INDIGO.
315 seroons Caracas 5
S3 bales Blue 8ALEMPORES
I case Choppa and Bandanno HD K F4
300 bundles 2 thread Calcutta TWINE In store
and for sale by SAMUEL ETTING,
Sap 7 18t P No. 55 Smith's wharf.


BACON AND LARD.
50400 0iLA' 1BS. PRIME WESTERN
W W BACON, hog round
10,000 lbs.-prime Sides & SHOULDERS
33 kegs No. I LARD, for sale by
HAILMAN, BURBRIDGE & CO.
ap 7 283!Balto. st.
v ERIIENA ('I A l -"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. IHerald.
For sale by G K. TYLER, corner East
mnh 30 Baltimore & High sts., Baltimore.
B LACK GIO DE R HINEi.- HAMILTON
EASTER & CO., No. 157t Baltimore st., have
received a few pieces Jet Black Gro-de-Rhine, an
exceedingly rich style ot Silk, suitable tor mourning
dresses, Scarfs, &c. On hand, yard wide Blue Black
Silks, of various styles and most splendid quality.,.
ap7 4t


A REGULARIASSORTMENT OF DR.
POWELL'S r-.,i,,n,.i.r.," Tincture good lor
sumnter Complaint, Bowell Complaint, and likewise
for those whoiwish to leave off Drinking Spirituous
Liquors, in case of debility ol the stomach. For sale
by THOtRNTON & EARECKSON,
ap 8 .S .... No. 10 Light st. wharf.
.11f1A I S1 ;iG AIIl, .1...% 1"'..1,
HP 5P tierces good do.
5 holds. superior MOLASSES.
5 lihds. middling quality.
5 tierces t) ngqai.
For sale by THORNTON & EARECKSON,
ap 8 No. 10 Light street wharf.
DRIESSEs FLOORING.
SiO 00 FEET OF DRESSED
U FLOORING, of Star & How-
land's manufacture; will be sold at a low price to the
tiade in one parcel, or in lots to suit purchasers. Ap-
ply to E. P. COHEN,
ap 8 P 74 Bowly's wharf.
B RUSHES a completed assortment
FISHING TACKLE in great variety
BLACK SMITHS BELLOWS, all of which
will be sold low tor cash
W-Franklin BANK NOTES received at par for
goods. JOS. K. STAPLETON.
ap 6 _____________
T HE SUBSCRIBERS have oa hand and of-
Sber for sale-
CORN MEAL WHITE CORN
RYE CHOP Susquehanua RYE
MILL FEED Maryland OATS
Family FLOUR Superfine FLOUR.
SHOEMAKER & MARTIN,
ap 7 d8t No.3 Light sat. whf.
MITIH'S CLOCK ESTABLISHMENT,
S34 Souith Cearles st.-Just received a large sup-
ply of Smith's Clocks at the above Establishment of
tlie latest patteius asld highest finish. All warranted
and sold low for cash at wholesale and retail.
N. B. All kinds of Easteru Clocks repaired by an
experienced workman, ap 7
i1AN Y, &c.-
A i. ",. at pipes and half pipes
\ im ti- it. a NI Y, 5th proof
(Otaid, Diiupiuy i Co., vintage 1838, half pipes
HOLLAND GIN. *mnt.,,rtit, brand, pipes
CHAMPAGNE % I NE. r.,,nous brands-For
sale by J. M. SLAUGHTER,
mh 26 Bowly's whf.
ttAMPAGNE BRANDY. overly years old
COGNAC do. 1815,
OTARD do.
Pure PEACH do.
Superior OLD SPIRITS;
High flavored JAMAICA do;
mit. H,1hi ,1,. -ii, rCH WHISKEY, and
M,\iiLN, l\HI-.. \ do.
Constantly on hand and for sale by
G. M. HUTTON,
mh 19 24 Balto. st.
BURGUNDY & CLAIET WIN ES.
I1NHB subscriber has Just received and offers for
sale on liberal tiermns.
100 cases Burgundy and Claret WINES, such as
Clhaminbertmi N':its & Volnay, Red Burgundy, St.
Estephe, St. Julien, and Braut e Murtoun CLARET,
A LS(O.
25 cases Sparkling BURGUNDY, received per
Havre packet at New York,
50 baskets CHAM'IPAIGNE,part of which is very
dry. 1). McILVAIN,
an 7 P 33 Sou'h Charles street.
BA'LTIMORE FINE AND iFANC IOAP
MANUFACTORY.
No. 14 Pleasant street, between Holiday and North.
4IA1 N'CIS. HYDE & SONS have always on
l I.a-hI .'1." lir sale-
DIP'D CANDLES, all sizes
White Variegated and Palmn SOAP, in boxes
Do alo do. in Iib & i lb lumps
m i ri l n.S .. ,' ilaili 'n. 'm ) \P -,a .a.
lr|l( .inf 'p'', ",l ,.-i.:i .lf>t. iQ.ii..hi.
oc 11 dtf
DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS.
OGERS & BLASDEL wishing to reduce
I their preset:l ic. ...k ot CARRIAGE,GIG
ANI) SULKY II hh,\L.', offer for sale, at very
reduced prices, one of thie largest assartmnts ever
otlereil in Baltimore, comprising acouit 3u0 SETT, all
ol which is manufactured lron tthe very best Leath-
er, and ofs superior iniountingviz, Covered, Plated and
Brass, and in our own establisbment-shoulld any ol
which prove unsatisfactory upon lair wear, a reasona-
ble and liberal deduction shall be made. The public
or any one about purchasming (',. ,;.-. .r.- requested
to examine our stock at 193 B I.I l ,I hR I. sT, A-
BOVK. CHARLES. ap7 d4t
J BENJAMIN, No. 193 BALTIMORE
STREETI', has received per late arrivals Irom
Europe, and has constantly ot hand for sale low,
on .- ,' .i ...." ii : t.nrins, the following articles-
sucl .1. m.-.', super Fowling Pieces andI
DUCK GUNS, Double and Single barrel; Youths
ato do, Brass, Steel and Danmascus Barrel PISTOLS;
a very lullassortment Dixon's, Yates and other kinds
of GERMAN SILVER WARE, such as Spoons,
Forks, Sugar Tongs, Soup Ladilles, Fish Knives,Pock-
et Combs, Rogers, Stenton's, Anderson's CUTLER Y
Gillott's, Perry's, Windile's, Warin's, Attwood's,
Mitchell's, Chance's, Harwood's. Mosley's, Heely's,
and Danuis's STIEL PENS-together with a large
and "..>,rl..-, a.ortmentofJEWELRYand FANCY
STA 1 I1 %i\ Ii \, with other articles too numerous to
mention. Country merchants would do well to call and
examine tor themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
oc 24
N OTICE.-The subscribers desirous of discontinu-
ing the Mercantile Business, and of closing
their concern, will sell at Wholesale, on accommo-
Jdlii.- lem ins, their entire STOCK OF GOODS.
I .'.... who wish to piutlchase will please call; to
whom the terms of sale will be made known.
Until a sale is effected, they will continue the bu-
siness at reduced retail prices. All those who have
unsettled accounts with thie firm, are respectfully re-
quested to call and close them by cash or notes.
EVANS. MORGAN &S CO.
Havre-de-Grace, Feb. 27, 1841. if
P. S. The purchaser can obtain a lease on the store
house, which lor advantages, is considered one of the
best in town. E. M. 8 CO.
MATTING, &c.
LIIE SUBSCRIBER has Just received and
Snow offers tbrsale very low for cash to punctual
customers-
2 bales 4.4 Hemp CARPETING
24 pieces Spanish MATTING
20 do 6-4 col'd Canton do
20 do 4-t do do
10 dto 5-4 do do
30 do 6 4 white do do
25 do 4-4 dto do
Together with a general assortment of Carpeting,
Floor and Table: OIL CLOTH, Hearth RUGS,
Table Covers oh every variety. Stair Linen, Stair
Rods, Damasks, Morenio, door Mats, &c. &c.
RICHARD DUVALL,
mh 13 P No. 210 Baltimore street.
JmEW YORK &f BALTIMORE HOUSE.
150 bales St. Jago TOISACCO, a part wrappers
and very bine quality
51 bales Havana
60,000 PRINCIPLE SEGARS
25,000 Regalia SEGARS
50,010n Large and small size HAVANA SEGARS
50,000 CUBA SEGARS
800,000 SPANISH do of different brands
l.tOOtoO HALF SPANISH do
100,000 COM MON do
40,000 imported Principe SEGARS, of the most
approved brand '
Superior Pound Lump TOBACCO, of vari-
ous brands-For sale by ANDREW SMIiPH,
270 Baltimore street, opposite
mh 19 4tw6w Globe Inn.
DbAN'L. BiXLER & CO-Have on hand aimd
offer tar sale on reasonable terms.
50 boxes 5's Roll's Spun TOBACCO,
tuo do. Pound Lump Cavendish TOBACCO,
50 do. Small Lumips 12's anl 16's,
Scotch Rappee, Macaban, Congress, and Natchi-
toches, SNUFF, in bottles and pack'd to order and
warranted to keep n any part of the Union.
ALSO(-
120,000 Principe, P. L. D. Si Renidon brands,
30,000 do. 2nd quality,
150,000 Trabuco SEGARS,
50,000 Silva & Co. do.
190,000 Hall Spanish do.
1t00,000 American do.
With a general assortment of articles in their trade.
Those who are in want of the above articles would dia
well to examine their stock before purchasing.
oc28 eo


FRESH SPRING DRY GOODS.
B EALE H, RICHARDSON, No. 165 Balti-
S more street, is daily receiving Irom Auction and
other sources, i,-% .-.it't r of RICH SPRING
GOODS, which, ,tia, i4 %1ri selected stock onm hand,
he offers at reduced prices.
-ON HAND-
Auction CLOTHS and CASSIMERES, of all colours
qualities and prices
Single-milled Doe Skin Cassimeres, Fancy do
Superior London TWEEDS, plain and striped
Plain andrib'l English GAMBROONS
Silk and satin VESTINGS; bik Bombazines
Super antcy col'd plain Mouseline de Lains
Super fig'd CHALLYS and do
Rich English CHINTZ, new style
Rich do do Furniture PRINTS
10 cases American Prints, all prices
Plain and fig'd Silks and Satins
Super bine black Gro de Rhine and Gro de Paris
real black Italian LUSTRINGS
Linen Cambric Hdkls, plain and hem-stiched
Gentlemens' silk Handkts. anal Italian Cravats
Linens and Linen Illmii: bro'n and bleached
Barklie's soilt finish IhNI-H LINENS
Cotton and Silk VELVETS; American Nankeen
SUMMER CLOT HS; Brown Hollandls, &c.
RUSSIA SHEETINGS; I'irel'Imt; Burlaps, &c.
Spool Cotton; Threads; Pins: I .i and Buttons
SEWING SILK; BALL TWIST. &cS
Silk and Cotton HOSIERY and GLOVES
Do. Do. UMBRELLAS
White CAMBRICS; Swiss and Jaconet MUSLINS
With a full assortment of Bleched 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 st.
N. B. Maryland PENITENTIARY GOODS con-
stantly kept on band. mah 17 R lmo


rTlHEuiU D U EaSiGlNEllviuaJ. ouertio sale on tie
Most favorable terms the following articles re-
ceived on consignment-
40 qr. casks Sherry and Madeira
3 Indian blls Amontillado SHERRY
50 baskets CHAMPAGNE
12 dozen Madeira WINE
I pipe do
5000 lbs Cotton Yarn
HENRY THOMPSON & SON,
mh 24 d P No. 41 South Gay street.
BON N ETS.
S & B. ATWOOD. MANUFACTURERS
OF STRAW GOODS,have taken rooms over
E. B. Ebtes and will keep a complete and desirable
assortment ot the Latest and Improved Styles. Will
be received weekly liom 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,
iah 15 d3mos 187 Baltimore at.
DOMESTICS CHEAP FOR CASH.
AITHER & CO, No. 203 Baltimore st. Balli-
more, havejust received and which they offer
very cheap lor cash or to punctual dealers, viz.
100 bales Stout Savage 4.4 COTTONS
50 do Appleton 4-4 do
50 do Harrison Stout do
100 do Appleton, Indian Head, Portsmouth,
Oella, Waltham, and Hamilton Sheet-
ings and Shirtings, to which they partic-
ularly invite the attention of the trade,
as we are determined to sell at reduced
prices for cash or to punctual dealers on
time.
ALO, JUST RECEIVED
5 cases Rich new style Mouslin de Laines
o Light and col'd LAWNS
Large assortment British and Domestic PRINTS
Bleached Shirtings and ih,. .,,i.,' &. &c. Mer
chants are invited to examine our Goods before Ihey
bauy. GATHER & CO.
ap 2 ?dif P 203 Baltimore st.
GLASS ALNDl ARTHi NWAl;RE, lE
LEAD, &c.
AMES II. MARSTON. Agent for the New
Englandl Glass Co. Boston, has just received a full
assortment of desirable articles of G LA SSWA RE, viz:
6 hids. qt. plain 2 ring DECANTERS
4 do qt. plain no ring do
6 bbls. 6 inch Tippecanoe NAPPIES, a new art'l.
10 boxes Log Cabin CUP PLATES
7 bbls. pt. 7 flute pressed TUMBLERS, a very
superior article
5 boxes Tale B. S, WINES
4 do plain sten do
20 packages SPECIE JARS, assorted, half gallons,
gallons, ic.
6 bbls. Harrison SALTS,a new and beautiful art'l.
20 bbls. CASTOR BOITTLES, Pepper, Vinegar,
M urtard
6 do Plain Lemonades
10 hbtids, qt. moldl DECANTERS
6 do pt. do
20 boxes plain TUMBLERS, assorted
50 dto fluted Prescriptions, I to 8 oz.
150 Packages ofAPOTHECAIES WARE, viz:
Tinctures, Sal, Mouths, Nipple Shells, &c. &c.
50 kegs best fine ground RED LEAD
40 do do LITHARGE
Also, from the Bridgton Glass Works
2500 boxes of Green and Black Glass WARE. viz, vi-
als to4 oz, all soits andl kinds
Packing BOTTLES, all sizes
Prescription do do
Castor OILS, of all sizes
50 boxes quart Black Wine BOTTLES
20 do do do do do
10 do pint do do
1250 crates anitl hhds Earthenware and China, of all
descriptions, selected from the very best man-
ufactories in Staffordshire, and suitable both in
regard to price and quality, tor city and county
traids viz,
Edg'd Plates, Twiffiers, Common TEAS
China Tea Sets, Toilet SETS
Table SETS, ofevery description, all of which
are offered on tihe very best terms, at
No, 4 Lorman Row,
ap 1 d2w Hanover st.
FlREi:H SPA5laIG l;RY GOODS.
191 BALTIMORE STREET-IN PART,
OOL BLACK, Black and Medley Cloths
Plain and Fancy CASSIM ERES
SATINETTS, KENTUCKY JEANS
GAMBROONS, Ribbons, Stockings, and fancy
Linen DRILLS-a large variety ol plain anti
fancy
Bro. LINENS, 4 4,3-4 and 7-8 DOWLAS
Sumimr.er CLOTHS, plain and twilled
PRINTlS, American anid imported new styles
MOUSLIN DE LAINE
Printed Lawns ant MUSLIN, rich and new
Black and Lavender and Mourning PRINTS
LUSTRING-Black Itali ,n
GRO DE NAPS- Fie'd striped and plain
PA NTA LOON STUFFS, ot every variety
IRISH LINENS-4-4 various qualities
5.4. 10-4 12-4 Barins!ey SHEETING
Brown ttollands and Black do
3 4 and 6-4 Red PADDING
Canvas Padding, WIGANS
4-4Silesis anld col'd CAMBRICS
Cambric MUSLINS,Plaid and striped Jaconets
Swiss Tamboured MUz LIN, some very sup.
assorted
VELVETS-super Lyons and Tabby
B uttons. l%% i- ,,. -Il r Ptl XN
Sewing ill 6. -i .---1 3 J,.,1 1.01f -.' -I'(ON
Patent I,1 ....I t; i.i.. 11.-, I i "1 I \
Lacets, Hldkts, CRAVATS, &c. &c. &c.
T..rIl,, .vith an assortnient of DOMESTIC COT-
0IN GOODS, such as-
3-4,7 8,4 5 and 5-4 Brown & BleachedSttlIR-
TINGS & SHE1ETING, OSNAtlURGS,
D'i'K. DRILLNGS,&c. &c. all of which
with many a.to.,., are offered on the most accommo-
modating terms to cash or punctual customers.
The City anal Country trade are respectfully invited
to call and examine our sltork.
EDWARD PITTMAN&.CO.
mh5 dllww3w
'R iSH BONNETS, KiB AANDS, &c.-
Just received, several cases ol' English and other
Florence Braid BONNETS, new pattern and
good in quality
Misses' anl Children's Braid and Straw BONNETS
l,,,i t, patent braid and split straw do., fine to extra
I.,,. Gipsey Leghorn FLATS, from $2 to 815
Misses' arid Children' Il.-h,,rn FLATS and HATS
White andti colored \% 111I.1,i HOODS.
-ALSO-
New sfvtyle embroidered Chene and Plaid BONNET
RIBBANDS
Embroidered and Chene Gro de Nap and Glasse Cap
Ribbons
Plain and Satin Gro de Nap Ribbons, all numbers
Rich Damask do SHAWLS
Rich Embroidered CRAPE, Thibet and Cashmere do
Rich Black GII.LET, Net do
Real Paris LAWNS and CHINTZES
Embroideredl, Printed, and Plain MOUSELINE DE
I A INES
Embroidered and Plaid Silk SCARFS and HDKFS.
English Silk Hosiery and Gloves
Ladies and Gentleiiens Paris Kid Gloves
Paris Embroideries, English Thread LACES
Embroidered, Printad Border and Hemstitched Linen
Cambric HDKFS.
Plain and liiii...l Swiss, M ull and Jaconet Muslins
Imperial 41.111. I ., Victoiia Marseilles SKIRTS
Italian LUSTRINGS, Blue Black Gro de Swiss
Blue Black Gro de Afrique and Figured SILKS
Grass and Crimped Bonnet LAWNS
French and English Foundations, Crown Linings and
Ceo ms
Black Lace, Net and Barrege VEILS
Gambroons, Drillings and a L." IP IN,S
Summer CLOTHS, Cassimeres, &c.
Country Merchants are invited to call and examine
the Stock. Terms and prices liberal and pleasing.
THOMAS A RM STRONG,
167 Baltimore street,
ap 7 between Light andi Chaules.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
UAS. CA RTER, hasjoist received at lis whole-
saie anal Retail Fuirnisaiang Store, No. 173 Balto.
st. 5 doors above Charles st. an e',tire new stock oh
GOODS, for gentlemens wear, direct importation.-
They consist in part of-
Fine English Silk aud Cotton Nett SHIRTS
Gauze, Cotton Meriuo and Mohair d,
New style fancy Silk CRAVATS
Satin anal Conreal Silk SCARFS
Bronze Satin CRAVATS
Satin Cravat STOCKS
Trimmed Satin and Plain STOCKS
Madrass and other Fancy CRA', ATS
Fine Linen Bosoms and COLLARS
do do and Muslin SHIRTS, sup. make
100 dozen sup. Kid, Silk anl TIiread Gloves, all


colours and sizes
Fine French UMBRELLAS
Hemnstiched Linen Cambric HDKFS, superior
qual.
Fine Linen Cambric HDDFS. plain and coloured
borders, &c. &c.
-ALSO-
2 cases oh very superior Fancy CASSIMERES
& VESTING, such as-
Fancy plaid Coburg CASSIMERES
Prince Albert, Victoria, Shell and Royal rib'd do.
Single milled Cassimere, all colours
P'ancy Silk Vesin'. I'lialv do
Bl'k Satin I';4,r..ri .,,,a VALENCIA
Gotna RibI.l t',.-.li,,. and Ribb'd Gambroons
Together with a general assortment oh Tailor's
I It 1 1 \ll I _s
Country Merchants and others are requested to call
and examine before purchasing elsewhere, as the a-
bove Goods will be sold on accommodating terms.
mhi 3t
SPRING GOODS.
W ETHERALL & IIOFFMAN, No. 215
Baltimore street, one door above Sharp street,
havejust received Hrom New York and late auction
purchases, a complete and very desirable assortment
of fresh SPRING DRY GOODS, consisting in part ot
Linen Cambric Handkis., plain and hemsticied
Gent's English Silk do superior quality
Ladies dress do various styles
Do Fillet and Satin SCARFS
Do English Silk and Fillet Gloves and Mits
Do Super Kid do
Mens' iThread, Silk and Kid do
Super, black, blue black and white CRAPES
Do do do Veil do
Do do do POULDESOIE
Do plain andl fig'd col'd do
Do plain and dotted SWISS
Green ll,,a. ,. t :,iius quality
Mantuna ill 'lNl,% all numbers
Super. Paper CAMBRICS
Irish Linens for linings.
With a complete assortment of Cotton and Silk
Hosiery, British and Domestic Prints, Cloths. Cassi-
meres and Domestic Goods, all of which will be sold
wholesale or retail.
mh5
UNRIVALLED OIL PASTE BLACKING,
Manufactured from receipts of
DAY & MARTIN, LONDON.
T HIS article has been before the public a suffi-
ciect length of time to prove its admirable qual-
ities. It soltens 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
UnitedStates. Sold by the package, by
J. FORNEY GROVE,
ih27 eod8t 21 S. Charles street.


A C;ARD.
A CAMPBELL has Ihe pleasure to inform
his triendsand the public, that he has removed
his SILVER PLATING &COACH LAMP MAN-
UFACTORY, I'. o Bank lane to No. 16South Cal-
vertstreet- ,. 1 I,.- i assocIated himself with Mr.
GEO. H. 'i Il.I- IN iH,H the business will hereafter
be conducted under the firm at CAMPBELL &
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in store and Ior sale,
a general assortment ci "MNI)' 1,1 t.IV, and a great
variety of COACH M utli I N,., and TRIM-
MINGS; such as Springs, Axles, Steps, Bands, Han-
dles, Lamps, Laces, Top Hides, Sic. &c. of superior
quality and on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
V I.,\ 1 I-, warranted equal to any in use.
N'hI \ IL PILATING in all its varieties, executed
to order in their usual superior style.
ACH'D. CAMPBELL,
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CAMPBELL avails himself ol this occasion to
express his thanks to his nusierous friends tar their
very liberal encouragement, and hopes to deserve a
continuance of their patronage, d? ja 15
REAL ESTATE BANK iOF BALTIMORE"
A N ELECTION for seven Directors, tor the
er *,ii. ,1, agreeably to the Charter, will be
held t.1. MlNilla\Y, the 26th of April next, at the
Banking tHouse, of Mlessrs, J. 1. Cohen, Jr. & Broth-
ers, between the hours of 12 and2 o'clock.
mnh 23 eolE
FRANKLIN BANK oF BALFTIMORE,(
17th March, 1841. 5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO TIHE
Stockholders of the Bank, that an election fo
Sixteen Directors will take place at the BANKING
HOUSE, on MONDAY, 19th April next, between
the hours of t11 and I1 o'clock. By order,
mh 18 eolE A. P. GILES, Cashier.
S.\ I{ bi LL ;-' t I .1l ti "i BANB K 4
BALTIMORE. Feb. 271th, 1841. $
TN OTICE IS HiEREBY GIVEN, That art
1 election for Twelve Direclors to manage the af-
fairs of this Bank, will he held at the Banking House,
on MONDAY, the 12th ol April next. between the
hours ol 10 A. M. and I P. M. By order,
ma I 2awtl21h J. LONEY, Cashier,
VOIM-Ll'li I aL .T Nhi th- iv'%.IOP B\NK mip
BALTIMORE, March 18th,1841. $
HE Stockholders of this Bank are hereby nonfi-
ed, that an election Ior fourteen Directors, for
the ensuing'year, will be held at the Bank on MlN-
DAY,rthe 3d of May next, between the hours often
and one o'clock. By order,
mh 19 6t GEO. T. DUNBAR.
SIME, LIME, LIME.-An agency tor the sale
S of Lime is established at No. 22 Cheapaide. Or-
ders will be filled from the Glen Ellen and Cool
Spring, York Road Kilns,at the shortest notice.
au 20 CSP HENRY N. WILLIS, Agent.


BUTLER & WILLIAMSON,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
PITTSBURGH, Pa.
RPEFER TO Erskine & Eichelberger, Balt.
J. Taylor &Son, 5 more.
Riggs Si Co. Phila-
Morgan, Crutcher S Co. $ delpbia
fe 9 12m


i rM'%TXW TTM"VlD4QI-lWV-" nffafnr *a]&


continues to perform all operations upon the teeth
according to the late improvements in the Profes-
sion, at the following greatly reduced prices, which
are so very low that no one can make an excuse for
neglecting his Teeth.
For making whole set of TEETH $60,00
inserting Tooth on gold plate 3,50
silver 2,00
S a" pivot 1,50
plunging Teeth with gold 1,00
silver 50
filing Teeth 25
cleaning 1,00
destroying nerve 1,00
iX c ir ,,. inr: [-.. l, 25
ARTII I I Il L .LLI H -Those used by the sub-
scriber are the Mineral Incorruptible Teeth, which
have received the approval of the following medical
-.. ,,'it,. n -Professors N. R. Smith, J. T. Ducatel,
I. V. .bll, S. K. Jennings, E. Geddings, G. S. Gib-
rson, J. R. W. Dunbar.
N. B.-Families wishing any of the above opera-
tions performnedl, will be waited upon at their dwell-
ings, without any extra cla.g..
NO 7 LEXINGTON,
ap 5 d6t 4 doors West ot' Charles street.
INCORRUPTIBLE T'EEIH.
SRYSON GILL, DENTIST, respectfully in-
Ilorms his friends and the public, that he is pre-
pared to perform every operation appertaining to his
profession, viz. extracting, cleaning, filing and plug-
ging the TEETH, with gold, &c. Also, inserting
leetlli with pivots, and on places of gold, from one
tooth to a full set-opperation warranted, and prices
moderate. Office, N. W. corner of Hanover and
Lombard streets, Haltimore.
CUPPING AND LEECHING.
By B. Gill, W. F. Gill and Mrs. Gill, night and day
in every part of the city. They have constantly on
hand a large supply of the very best European
LEECHES for sale. Residence at the N. W. corner
of Hanover and Lombard streets, between Baltimore
and Pratt sis. tmh 30 eo
CARD.
DR. CHARLES BELL GIBSON respect-
tully announces to the citizens of Baltimore,that
the professional connection between Professor Smith
and himself having ceased by limitation, he will con-
tinue to practice SURGERY. MEDICINE, AND
OBSTETRICS-Office No. 68 North Charles st.
i-Surgical cases at a distance, requiring advice o
operation will be promptly attended.
mh26 eotlJune


FOR AMSTERDAM-The A. I. cop-
pered and copper fastened barque EUDORA,
Meineke, master; will be despatched for the above
port on or about the 15th of April. For freight apply
to F. RODEWALD & DIDIER,
mh26 11 Hanoverst.
a FOR RIO DE JANEIRO-A Regu.
lar Trader-The ship ROANOKE, John A.
Smith, master; will sail in 10 days. For freight or
passage apply to HUGH JENKINS,
nmh 30 d Commerce st. wharf.
SFOR PERNAMBUCO & RIO-The
brig INDEPENDENCE, Capt. Buxton; will
have despatch for the above ports and take freight at
a low rate. She has been recently retastened and
coppered and is in fine order. Apply to
1 CLARK ik KELLOGG.
FOR WAsHINGTON, N. C.-The
A schr. WM. HENRY HARRISON, Captain
Cooke; having part of her cargo engaged will sail on
Saturday. For freight apply to
JOSEPH TRIMBLE, Jr.
ap 7 d4a** 77 S. Calvert st.
SFOR ELIZABETH CITY AND
S EDENTON-On Saturday-The schr. NON
PLUS. Capt. -- -; can take 150 bbls. and sail
as above. For freight apply to
JOSEPH TRIMBLE, Jr.
ap 7 d4t* 77 S. Calvart st.
A FOR PROVIDENCE-Union Line-
STosail on Saturday-The line packet schnr.
MARY, Capt. Howland, will take freight and sail as
above. Apply to WM. A COALE,
ap7 84 Bowly's wharf.


White Boine, Stag and Buck handle do
Caiving KNIVES and FORKS and Table Steels
Superior RAZORS, in Ivory and Black handles
Mechi's extraordinary Magic Razor STRA PS
Shaving SOAP, various kinds, Lather BOXES
and BRUSHES
Mason's unequalled Challenge BLACKING
Paper SCISSORS, Tailors do, and small points
Ladies SCISSORS, of all descriptions
Genuine Rogers &Sons fine PENKNIVES
Pruning SCISSORS, Budding, Pruning and
Pocket KNIVES
Very Superior Steel PENS, by (Skinner, Pen-
maker to their Majesties.)
The whole ofwhich for durability and economy be
respectfully offers to a liberal public for their inspec-
tion and approval. BENJ. DAFFIN.
All kinds of Cutlery, Jobbing, Grinding, &c. atlen-
ded to with his usual punctuality. ap3 P
USSIA SHEET IRON.-50 packs Russia
Sheet Iron of very superior quality
6 tons of SPELTER
5000 Ibs. best Banca TIN
550 bundles English HOOP IRON, for sale on the
best terms by OLIVER PARKER,
ap 5 2w Calvert S& Lombard sts.


I -


CITY OF BALTIMORE.
ORDINANCES.
No. 18.
An Ordinance for the division of the City of Baltimore into
fourteen Wards.
Be it enacted and ordained by the Mayor and City Council of
Baltimore, That fIrom and aft' rth- '-,. .' .-f ,in ordinance
the City of Baltimore shall b e.S ,la-.l ii, i.a'iri.a'i Wards,
bounded and described as follOws, that is to say :
Thie FIRST WARD to comprise all that parr of the city
contained within the following bounds:a-Beginnimeng on lthe
centre lines of Market street, Fell's Point, with the water of
the harbor; and theance along the line of said street to tihe
centre line of Fleet street; and tihence wesatwardlay o said
line to the centre line of Bnad street; thence oni said street
northwardly m the centre line of East Baltimore street; and
hence eastwardly with said line and the Philadelphia road to
the east line of lhe city; and thence with said line south-
wardly to the water of ihe hbabor; and lthence with said wa-
ter to the place of hbeinning.
Thie SECOND WARD to comprise all that part of the city
conta iniedic 11,1, a t.Lw I iaia' ia bounds :--Beginningion the
centre line I M .tk,. i I-a. ta a', 1'a Point, and the water of the
harbor; and thence a 11...-ia, r,-i a.s.ijngon ilsaid line to trhe
centre line of Fleet -I,,. i Ia- m,1-.. ,, weatwardly with said
line to lae centre line of liondstreu; and thence northwardly
with said line to thie centre line of East Baltimore street; and
thence westwardly on said line to the centre line of Canal
street; and thence southwardly on said line to the city dock;
and thence with there line of said water to the place of begin-
ning.
ThIe THIRD WARD to comprise all that part of the city
contained within t'.- f.ii.,,mAi a ,.....ia B, ,;.i .i. .'.. I i..'
centre line afCEast a, t-a--..'. mi't ,aI. an i. n iii I, m I arim-
wardiy on the centre linuofCasnal street to Pitt street; thence
on the centre line ofsiatU street westwardly to Aiaqaith street;
thence northwardly on thIe said line to tale centre line of the
tlartard Turnpike road; thence eailwardty on said line to the
north line of th e cily; and tthecO on thie north anil east boun-
dary line to the centre liteofli- ril;i ajt ii.i.; r..,I...... i I ,,.,
westwardly on said road an.l t.ne iti r rlaa ,.. I.. i i. ti'"
place of I ...;,,;..
The I .- I. 1.1 t APi lnto comprise all that part of the city
contained wit'l ia .. I..n..A iin-L. l ands :-tBeginning on the
centre lines ofPa 'ir, Ir- .1i j.Ia J.i-I.' Falls; anu thence on the
Centre line of Pitt street eastwardlyt the centre litae of Canal
street; and thence ona said line southwardly to the water of the
city dock; andl ihence on said water westwardly to tihe centre
lihe of Jones' Falls; and thence norihwardly on said line to
tie plate of beginning.
Thie FIFTH W ARDI) to comprise all that part of the city
contained within the following bounds :- Beginning on lthe
centre line of Pitt street and Jones' Falls; and thence north-
wardly on said line to the -'-, i.,, ii' a,,1 street; and
uthence eastwardiy on said I.... i"ii a ,', In.' i, .'Monuirneeut
street; antd thence eastwardly on said line to Aimquiah street;
and thence southwardly oni said line to the centre line of
Pitt street; and thence westwardlyoo said line to the place of
beginenijig.
T'ile SIXTIH WARD to comprise all that part of the city
coatu ined within the at.,i- '', aeI I I... t. Ii- :,a...iag at the in-
tersection of Hillen .. a nai j .I -. I ,.'., I n. I Uihence on
Jones' Falls northwardly to the limits of the city; and thence
on said line eastwardly to thie Harford road; and thence on
said line sosuuth to ihe ( r. ir., ,-r.1A a..iji o .it. "a i .. I I "
on said line to the cent-. a,... i, I" .m- l i..I -. 1 I .., i i.. i.> ..
oa said Im e westwardly to thIe centre line of Hillen street;
and thence westwardly to the place of beginning,.
The SEVENTH WARD to comprise aill tlait part of the city
contained ua ;,!;I I!.r i .- iat. bounds:- Beginrnmng at tihe
Belvidere I. .- i.. r .. I ,., tihence along the centre of
Jones' Fal ia ". m ,'sa iiI I'-. at thie north side of thle ba-
sin; thence westwardly along the north side of the basin to
Gay street;, thence along (GIy street to East Baltimore street;
thence westwairdly on said street to North street; thtence
northliw ,, ,i. ,..- IJ ireet to the place I* I., .;... ..a.
Thle I.nl i [ 1 1 1% Iau to coa mprise all tii it r a,' t-.L city
which isa contained withI a I..i-'. r._ boulinds:-a Beginaninog
at the Belvidere bridge c r J.t, t ..,a- thence southwardly
i' i .,...i.'. Si..r ii.i irst It Bahlniinore street; thence
- i a1,-ia, s--i. nn*i.' . i ii I Baltim ore street to Gay street;
thence sonlthwardly on the centre line of said street to the
water; thence r.a- *i, .,i uamaimr'a and binding on the water
until the same i.' ii'"l Ia n. .iln inters, ... C il'.
wharf and t'rat, ,. 1. h .' .. '1 along i t. a i r. I I a hA
street to Hanover street; Ithence north along Hanover street to
1; aimae--. a." l am ioo, -- .1..,g lifit ...... I i-.1...i- aystreet;
it. i. r. [il ii .. ii .. i a n I. f i,' I... 11. 1. thence
Vi. i 1.1 in.- 1. I.'l- -a i .i c. "e. -a i1.-i.. .-. i.i III- centre
cI o. a- a. l I' h ir i1' a' n i aj' .. a -, if. .I i i-ence a-
long Mulberry street eastwardly to Catiedral street; and
thence inotthwardly along Cathedral street to the city limits;
thence eastwardly to Jones' Falls; thence along Jones' Falls
to the place of a,..iapin..
The NINTHI' \\ i'ml to comprise all that part of the citv
contained within the following bounds :-Beginning at tire in-
tersection of Hanover and Pratt street-; thence along the cen-
tre of Hanover street to Ostend street; thience west along Os-
tend street to tfie north side of the mInidde branch of thie Pa-
tapsco; thence along thie shores ai'at. ir.. aii,,a1. .u. i and north-
west branch oflhe Pataiipsco to I...i. I" I. t- I. alouig hie
eastern side of Light street to Pratlt street; lthnc along the
centre of I'ratt street to tl e' ..1 I.. ';, .
The TENTHi WARD .-itf" ,i" ii 1. i, ,,tr the city
contained within the f. Ia -.- ,,I. a -Heoiantinig at the in-
tersection of Pratt aic II .- -. I thence southwardly
alongg the centre of Htanover street t o satend street; thence
westwardvly to the middle braaceh of thle Patiapsco; thence a-
long the nortit shore of thIe middle hraich of thIe l'Patapsco o
thIe month of Chatsworth ramn; thence along ihej centre of
P v ,. .i. I- I . .i I i, Ia ... ..ijIIi I, i..I.,- Cove-street tosouth
a ,r i ,. i tia. it.. . I 11.11 i i a i.. Ir.iat street; thence
a-as ,I.aa5. a,'1 ,1 a a.1.h. mimin,. tam1 .Of .'iqnaa.
Their El.EVENTH \hi, i-... a'riae atl -1. r .. f thp
city contained will a it ... 1t..,.iti t auonnds :-legit ting at
the intersectionm of 1'.. i-aii i a.... r streets; thience north
along IHanover street to Bailtiaiore street; thence west along
Baltimore street ti Liberty street; thence along liberty street
i -. r F street; thence ..i ,- i .' *., iatoga street to Col-
r. i t a tihence north l ..- 1 a, a. Alley to Mulberry
street; thence west along Mulberry street to Green street;
tihence southwardly aion Gireen street to Fayette street;
thmncc easiwardly along I ,.-it street to Paca street; thence
... ,1 i,,i. ,,: Paca street to Pra)t street; hence east-
S .'n'i .l..I'. i r .1 street to tihe place aof beginning.
i, I, lm i I i WARI) D to comprise all that part of the
city contained wil.;.., i t.. ii ,ta.11 hounds:-Begianiiii-g at
the intersection oft I .I -I. .I I. , streets; thence south a-
I, ,, [',. a ,n, I i'., reea; tUencenorthwardly alot g Cove
a". a I ,'- 'a a '. a r. ,,, itesce esoitmiertyailong Chatsw orIh
runn to ile iauddle ibrancih tof it Pataipsco; tlienee ti .. thie
Paitaipsco to GwJn1s Fallis; utlanca a.. .. ,. %- .'. i -i1: i.. tlie
city limits; hence along the city ii.i. i.- I 1 street;
thence -. ,1 . r i, te street tou the place o r bemgining.
Tha' I 11. i i a '. i tl WAtRDttocomapriseaillthat alatitmlithe
city contained wiitia tale i..k In.- i. bounds :--Ba ginning iat
lilme ist'rsection ofi (tre n ,,,.I I st. streets; thence norlh-
wfordty .t-F,, O ra- I, ,.mtt' mm ti*iaosmvsmaons'erue. itmrencR l-
long staid avenue to liti' city limits; thence' along tle norith
and western li its t o Fayeitte street; thence aloiug Fauette
street t a'Ia pt-ar& f at .silpaaaaa
The I ,,I in a I I I t' is% e I to comprise all that part of
the cily con tainted wiltin the allowing g hounds:-Beginnisg
tat the intersection of Mulbery and CUathedral streets; thence
westwardlty along Mulberry astr et m tGreeni street; tllienae
nirthwanrdly along Green street to Pennsylvania avenue;
thence ,i -, ,: i.i menae to tae ity linuils; thence eastwatidly
along i,-. irt,.., oCathedral street; thence southiwardlly
along Catheldral street t o the plaice oft beginning.
.dInd be it enacted and ordained, That it shalill ie thie duty of
the Mayor to cause this Ordinance to be published in all the
daily newspapers of the city daily for four weeks previous to
the first day of May, eighteen hundred and fiorty-one, and
shall also provide and furnuislih thie Judges of Election flor thie
respective Wards, in i.. a aa ; i .a,.... i ,,,-i aforty-one,
with plats of the city, a,, I. itaah designated
the bounmidaries of thie several Wards as prescribedl by this Or-
dinance. HENRY SNYDER,
President of the First ranch.
ROB. HUOWARD,
President of thie Second Branch.
Approved March llth, 1841.
S AM. BRADY, Mayor.
RICI FANCY & STAPI'E DRY GOODS.
nHAMILTON EASTERN & CO. No. 157'
Baltlimore st. (a few doors below Charles st.)
have now open, their recent purchases in New York,
of FRESH IMPORTED SPRING GOODS, among
a great variety will be found tr i-i.i.. %,. -
I Case rich striped French L. HIN I /ZL, ai.tnewstyle
2 do single col'd. do (to entirely new
3 do Frer.ch printed LAWNS, most beautiful style
1 do do do do low priced, say
warrantedd fast col's) chine patterns at 25 cts.
1 do printed MOUSLIN DIE LAINS, entirely new
1 do mourning do small chine patterns
I do do LAWNS and PRtINTS
1 do satin striped blue black SILKS
2 do GI.OVES, containing an assortment of Ladies
and Gent's. of every quality
1 do superior English Silk asnd Cotton HOSIERY
I do "Tasso's" superior blue blk SEWING SILK
t do real Welch Gauze FLANNELS, oh very light
texture, and warranted not to shrink
2 do a'sortcd LINEN SHEETINGS, viz. 9,10, 11
anl 12 qr.
2 do do SWISS GOODS, such as embroidered
Muslin Curtains at $0 to $12; 5 to 8 qr.
plain Swiss, &c.
1 do assorted Bird Eye and Huckaback DIAPERS
3 do do Linen Cambric HI)KFS.
3 cartoons plain French COLLARS
3 do Infant's worked CAPS, superior style of work
atd superbly trimmed.
A mau imi addition to the above
25 cartoons assorted SIIA Wt'lS. -,nril.ti irn severall
new styles, viz: Superior ;,iata .amna I',,',J. Irocade
Silk; 5 and 6 qr. fig'U. Silk "t, .,i \, \mm in.. a...-., large
Chiene Silk Scarlt; 7,8 and 9 qr. black and coloined net
Shawls; 7,8 and 9 qr. bl'k Thibet Shawls; splendid
NEEDI.E WORK MUSLIN SHAWLS, with and
without lace; very magnificent emb'd. Canton Crape
Shawls, &Sc.
The fresh assortment added to our former Stock, en-
ablas us to otfei customers a more general and exten-
sive variety of GOOlS than any hertohore on hand,
and our prices will be made moderate and uniform by
wholesale anal retail, asp 5 P 8t
YOUTHt tom the country, between 16 and 17
years of age, wants a situation in a wholesale or
retailday goods, grocery or teed store. He can give
the most satislfectory ,eierences in town and county.
Enquirer at this otfi'e, ap 6 4t*


B. M. HEIGUIIE, ATTORNEY AT LAW-
CONTINUES TO PRACTICE IN CAL-
VERT COUNTY-Terms ofthe Court, 2d Mon
day of May, 2d Monday ot October.
mh 30 3taw3w
A CARD.
GEORGE VICKERS,
ATTORNEY .IT LAW 4, SOLICITOR IN
CHANCERY,
(ONTINUES to Practice in the County Courts
of KENT, CECIL anal QUEEN ANNE'S, and
in the Court of CHANCERY, Maryland.
Chestertown, Md. Nov. 25th, 1840.
REFERENCES:
Mr. Nathaniel F. Williams-No, 14 Bowly's whf.
Capt. Joel Vickers-No. 71 S. Sharp st.
Messrs. Win. E. and J. Bartlett, S. Calvert, one
door from Pratt st.
Mr. George R. Mosher, of the firm of Reynolds S
Maosher, No. 38 N. Howard st.
Mr, G-..rt.. W. Krebs,No. 52 S. Calvertst.
Mr. '\Vaili. r Farnandis, coiner Bait. & Light sts.
no 30 mw&crly
MAGRAW & HAMILTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
PITTSBURGH, Pa.
Refer to-
Hon. Stevenson Archer,
Win. Schley,
Hugh Boyle, BALTIMORE
The Editors ofthe American,
John Snyder, Esq. C'as.)
Hampton Smith & Co. PITTSBURG.
A. &. S. Bailie,
_mhb 18 eo20t?*
_1 s I 1 1 t,., i., . ... i.. ...I. a-.i 1 ut I-.. 'i
Ssale tmhe following desirable SPRING GOODS,
which hie will sell at a small advance;
SPRING CASSIMERES, of different kinds and qual-
ities
BOMBAZINES, very fine, Black and Blue Black
SILK SHAWLS, large size heavy and rich
MOUSELINE DE LAINES, striped li 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 ofHosiery and Gloves,
Sheetings, Linen Drills, Sc., which will be sold on
pleasing teams, by EDW. J. RICHARDSON,
mh 26 No. 39 corner Baltimore and Gay sts.
ClOTHS, CASSIMERES VESTINGS.
HIHE Subscriber has on hand a very desirable Stock
Sof 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 Veslings; black & blue black Bom-
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; col'd., bor-
uiered and hem-stitched Hdkts; Victoria and Corded
Skirts; Mouseline de Lainies; Italian Lustrings; blue
black Poult de Soie; plain and ribbed Silk Hose; fine
Thibet Gauze Flannels. &c. &c.
All kinds of T AILORS' TRIMMINGS, such as
Twist; Co:.l Bamiii: Galloons; Sewings; Silesias;
Threads; B,,ind.., &.- ,&c., to be had on moderate
terms, at No. 163 Baltimore street, fifth door from
Charles st. THOSE. McCONNELL,
mill 26 163 Baltimore st.
CARD.
ARDINER'S PATENTFEATHER DRES-
SER, being refitted, is now in successful opera-
tion. The great utility ot this machine has been too
well established, to require any puff in the way ofre-
commenlation; as regards the preservation of health,
as well as leathers. All orders in the line promptly
attended to, and the beds returned the same day at
small expense by F. GARDINER, corner Frederick
anl Second sta. d3m mh 19
EW HARDWARE ESTABLISHMENT.-
"'l.,.. .,...!,-.;:,. I havingentered into CO-PART-
N -.kl-'t1lI' it ma HARDWARE BUSINESS,would
most respectfully solicit the patronage of the pubdc;
and being desirous to accommodate all, they have laid
in an extensive assortment. Itis 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 ou 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 Fr:nklin street.
W-HITE & RED LEAD, BLACK PAINT,
&c. &c.
rI HE Subscriber 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" lbs. to 500 lbs.
each. and .4 If l all .'.n,. '*'lilh ? :-
IPURE, I \ I i., \ N. I aita No. 2. The Pure
Lead is warranted, each keg being branded Warran-
led Pure
Dry W white LEAD, in kegs and half barrels
RIED LEA D, dlo, do.
Black PAINT and CHROMEGREEN.
CHARLES S. LEWIS,
mh 30 dalm? P No. 4 Spear's wharf.
BOOT'S AND SHOES.
OBERT G. WARE, No. 202 Baltimore st.,
up stairs, has just received per recent arrival-
a first rate assortment of BOOTS and SHOES of all
kinds anl qualities, which will besold by the case or
doz. upon the usual terms. Also ladies misses and
childrers Baltimore made Boots and Shoes.
mh 31 tf P
FRESH SPRING GOODS.
HE subscriber begs leave to inform his custom-
ers and the public generally, that lie has received
this day from Auction, a fresh assortment of seasona-
ble ll, i" tai .1 '. ,,:.mi ,.iaa.; in part of-Table Cloths
and I ;,., r a- i', -"' ,.ia.,,; 10-4 and 12-4 Flan-
ders ,.u lt i h h 'o l, i m i... ini -..' cts. to $1 per yd.;
Irist. l.im.-i ,, m iii .r',. ai, -. ..i the London market;
Birl Eye & Huckaback Diapers; fine Linen Damask
Napkins, at from $3 to $4I perdoz.; together with a
handsome assortment of Lawns, Chintzes, Mousline.
de-Laines and Ginghams; White Cambrics, from 25 to
50 cents per yard; Furniture and Cambric Dimity: Im-
perial iriI a..htIl.- Mar eilles Quil* -E;English and Do-
mestic 1.r.-,I a i,,t. Also, a goo assortment of fash-
ionable i'fin,* I'.-ill,, Cassimeres; Gambroons; Dril-
lings; Satins; Summer Cloths; Silk and Marseilles
Ve.lit,a-: with other goods too numerous to mention,
all ,,I % tIeca will be sold low to all who may favor us
with a call. JOSHUA ROYSTON,
No. 57 Baltimore street,
ap 5 2w 1 door above Trippolet's Alley.
ILKSAND SILK SIiAWLSANDSHAL-
SLYS.-We have just received some superior
plain andl figured SILKS, SILKS SHALWS, plain
and STRIPE MOUSLIN-DE-LAINES, STRIPE
SHALLYS; superiorEnglish & FRENCH PRINTS;
English and French BOMBAZINS; HOSIERY and
GLOVES; super plain and Stripe Lawns and Mus
lines; and Summer CLOTHS, Summer CASSI-
MERES; LINEN Drillings; Vestings; Barklie's Solt
finished Linens trom 37 clsa. to $1.
-ALSO-
Bleached and Brown Domestic MUSLINS at all
prices, by the Bale, Case, Piece, or Yard. Persons
wanting will do well to call before purchasing, as we
are determined to sell at reduced prices tor CASH or
to punctual customers.
ROBERT HILL Si CO.
No. 73 Baltimore st. nearly
ap5 opposite Hulliday st.
WM. PRATT,
SURGEON DENTIST,
RESPECTFULLY solicts a share of public
patronage, and pledges himself to the perform-
ance of every operation in accordance with all the
late scientific improvements of his prohession.
Best INCOiRRUPTIBLE MINERAL TEETH,
inserted on Gold Plate and Pivot in the most difficult
cases, and every attention paid in their adjustment to
render them easy and serviceable to the wearer, and
natural in appearance.
All Olperations upon the Teeth, as Filing, Extract-
ino, Cleanino, Regulating, Sic. &c., will be carefully
and thoroughly conducted, and diseased gums treated
in the mooal skilful manner. Office, West Fayetle st.
opposite CUty Hotel, 1st door from Monument Square.
m h 25 3m____________
GREAT REDUCTION!
DENTI"L SURGERY
A 3. BKOWN, SURGEON DENTIST, Lex-
ingslon street, 4 Doors West oj Charles street.-
Thankhul for the encouragement he has received, still


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I


FOR BOSTON-Regular Line-The pac-
A HHket brig ESTHER, Emory, master; will sail
with dispatch. For freight or passage apply to
J. W. OSBORN, 82 Bowly's wharf.
Of-Shippers by this line pay 25 per cent less wharf-
age in Boston than by any other vessels, ap 7
AM FOR BOSTON-Manufacturer's Line-
The packet brig MART'HA, Parker, master;
will have despatch. Apply to
T. WHITRIDGE,
mh 24 dt P 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf.
I f FOR BOSTON-Union and Despatch
Line-The brig CHOCTAW, Capt. Nick-
erson, can take the bulk of 200 bbls. For freight ap-
ply to CLARK & KELLOGG.
apDS.
jft FOR BOSTON-Regular Commercial
Line-The packet brig ALMENA, Howes,
master; having .the greater part of her cargo engaged,
will have despatch. For freight or passage apply to
Captain on board, or to
THOSE. R. MATTHEWS,
ap 5 d4t P 10 Bowly's wharf.
3fi FOR NEW YORK-Despatch Line-
i 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.
" FOR NEW YORK-Cooley's Line-
The fine new copper fastened brig COLUM-
BIA, Eottrell, master; having two thirds of her cargo
engaged, will meet with despatch. For freight ap-
ply to W. RHOADS,
ap8 d2t P 61 Smith's wharf.
FOR HAVRE DE GRACE.-We
s will start a daily LINE OF SCHOONERS,
from our Warehouse, tor Havre de Grace. The own-
ers of transient Cinal 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.-'I'he schr,.JOHN RAN-
& DOLPH, seven years old, with New Mainsal,
Jib, Halliards and Sheets. She is a fine sailing ves-
sel, draws siA feet and halfwa'er, deep loaded, tons
45 5-95, about fifty six feet deck and nine and halfleet
beam. She has an oak bottom and is copper fastened
-a comfortable cabin with four berths. Apply to
THORNTON & EARECKSON,
mh 19 3m 10 Light st. wharf.
FOR SALE TO CLOSE A CON-
S CERN-The 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 thorough manner; is copper fastened and cop-
pered, 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,
inh 22 dtf O'Donnell's wharf.
S FOR SALE FREIGHT OR CHAR-
am TER.-The coppered and copper hastened
Bark EUNOMAS, Capt. W.W. Stafford, 240 tons,
carries 2000 barrels. Apply toE.DREW, or on board
at Ramay's wharf, F.P. d6t P ap 8
M FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The good schr. OCTOBER, Doan, master;
burthan about 900 bbls. Apply to
GARLAND &ELWELL,
ap 8_ P __86 Bowly's wharf.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
A& The superior tast sailing copper fastened and
coppered packet brig CATHAHINE, Delano, mas-
ter; burthen 2000 barrels, in complete order for any
voyage-apply to B. BUCK & SON,
ap7 d4t? 75 Smith's wharf.
j FOR FREIGHT OIL. CHARTE]R-
The fine copper fastened and coppered brig
J(HN R. GARDNER, Capt. Neill; burthen 1750
bbls.; apply to the Captain on board, or to
JAMES I. FISHER,
ap 6 d1 No. 7 Spear's wharf.
SFOR FREIGHT' OR CHIARTER-
A The fine schr.MARY SUSAN, Capt. Bea-
touti; 550 bbls. burthen, a first rate vessel. Apply to
WELD & JENKS,
ap 6 P No.8 Bowly's wharf.
NOTICE.
TII E subscribers have associated themselves as
commission dealers in DRY-GOODS at No. 25
South Charles st. up stairs.
WM. CARROLL,
D. T. THURSTON,
They offer for sale by the package
30 cases London Bonnets-including Florence and
Plain Devons, Fine Splits, &c.
18 cases Straw Bonnets new shapes
2 cases Leghorn BOLIVARS
15 Palm Leaf t'Hoods
20 White and assorted Sewing Cotton,a superior
-regular article
6 Foundation Muslins
2 Musquilo netting
1 case Muslin Goffered Collars for mourning
1 case Muslin Tamboured Bands.
DZg- Lad Wanted. 1w ap 5
MILLINERY GOODS.
M. CARROLL, 198| Baltimore street, is re-
ceiving scarce MILLINERY GOODS, many
of them particularly ordered from his own samples.
NOTICE.
As he will withdraw from the Millinery Trade after
this season he requires all outstanding accounts closed
and will meantime close his goods at uncommon low
rates. Now opening-
1 case French Plain Straw BONNETS
5 cases London do do do
1 case French made Shirr'd HATS
20 cases French pattern Straw BONNETS, in-
cluding Florence Braid. Also, Fancy French Lawns
and Paris styles of Silks, Ribbons, Nets, Blonds,
Crapes, &c. Best foundation Goods,including Willows,
Whalebones, Reed, Chip &c.
He will also be supplied this season with all of the
new styles of French Grimps, Straw Trimmings, &c.
now coming out. ap 5 dlweo2w
CLOTHS! CLOTHS! CLOTHS
THE subscribers having ou hand a very heavy
stock of AUCTION CLOTHS, have determined,
owing to the advanced stage of the season, to sell
them off'at very small advances on the auction prices.
Persons wishing to purchase may rely on finding a de-
sirable assortment of fine and superfine wool dyed
Blue, Black, Invisible Green, Grass Green, Indigo
Blue, London Brown, Citron and Olive CLOTHS.-
All of which have been purchased at Auction with
care and very cheap, and which they can recommend.
Also on hand, a beautiful assortment of piece and
wool dyed blue black Cassimeres; London Tweeds;
Gambroons; Linen Drillings, and plain and figured
satin Vestings, of a superior quality, which they are
enabled to sell very cheap at their Cloth Store, No. 13
Baltimore street, 3d door west of Market Space.
ap 3 d2w DORSEY & NELSON.
PATAPSCO FeMALE INSTITUTE,
At Ellicott's Mills, 10a miles from Baltimore.
T HE WINTER SESSION will close on
THURSDAY, April 8th, with a JUVENILE
CONCERT, at 7 o'clock, P. M. to which the friends
and patrons oftlse Institute are respectfully invited.
THE SUMMER SESSION will commence on
WEDNESDAY, 12th of May next.
Letters addressed to the principal at Ellicotts Mills,
Maryland, or to box No, 10, Baltimore Post Office,
will meet with immediate attention.
mh 31 eo4t* MARY NORRIS, Principal,
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
COTTON YARN-
40,000 lbs. Yarn No. 5 to 12 Manchester Fac-
2o,000 do do do 14 to20$ story.
15,010 do do do 5to1012 Wilmington, Del-
10,000 do do do 14 to 20 aware:
2,000 Ibs WRAPPING THREAD
20 bales Cotton BATTING
5,000 lbs Fancy Carpet CHAINS
1,000 Ibs White do
2,000 lbs 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 streets,
mh 23 d Up Stairs.
CUTLERY EMPORIUM,
NO. 1 HOLLIDAY STREET.
FINE IVORY TABLE CUTLERY, 51 pcs.
COCOA WOOD do do do


Goois consigned to us from New York, Boston and
elsewhere, to be forwarded West, will receive our
attention without the charge ot Commission.
JOHN WHITE & CO., Proprietors.
J. C. REYNOLDS,
Agents, Pittsburg.
LOWRY& GILL, Agents.
mh 16 No. 75 and 101 Bowly's wharf.
MERCHANTS' BANK, }
Baltimore, Marcn 18th, 1841. $
Tr HE 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 ofthe present
Board are eligible. D. SPRIGG.
mh 19 PRSC
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
FARMERS AND MILLERS BANK OF
HAGERSTOWN, March 16,1841.-The Stock-
holders of this Bank are hereby notified that an Elec-
tion for 8 Directors to serve the ensuing year, will be
held at the Banking House, on the FIRST MON-
DAY OF MAY NEXT. between the hours of10and
2 o'clock. G. R. BEALL, President.
Hagerstown, Md., March 16, 1841.
mh 18ddt rdMy
MARYLAND SAVING'S INSTITUTION.
NOTICEE IS HEREBY GIVEN to mie
LN Stockholders, that an election for fitteen Direc-
tors of this Institution, will be held at the office of 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.
apI dIOt WILLIAM BAKER, Pres't.

OFFICE AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE)
AND TRUST COMPANY,
5th April, 1841. )
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a gen-
Neial meeting of the Stockholders of the Ameri-
can Life Insurance and Trust Company will be held
at this office, on MONDAY the 19th inst. at 12 o'-
clock, for the purpose of electing six Trustees,
ap fi dit RD. WILSON, Sec'y.
BY THE LATE ARRIVALS.
JOHN R. RICARDS & CO. 166 BALTI-
MORE STREET, havereceive-I by the HelI -
dera and Philadelphia to this port, and Shetlidi to
New York, the remainder of their. Spring importi-
tions, which addition renders their stock complete.
Among them lately received are a few cases superior
new style Printed CAMBRICS, exceedingly bean.
tiful; Chintz and Plaid Chine LAW NS; New Sayle
MOUSL1N DE LAINE; blk and dove CHA .LES
entirely new; Albert VESTINGS, &c. &c. Their
stock is now inferior to none in the country, and they
invite the attention of purchasers, aMh 25 ltf


BINGHAM'S PeASCKNGEtt LINE TO
PITTSBURG.
INGHAM & BROTHERS have now made
ample arrangements for forwarding passengers
and emigi ants to Pittsburgh at very moderate rates,
and as short time as any other mode of' conveyance
on the route. Passengers and emigrants desirous of
going W eat will find this a cheap and expeditious way
as every exertion shall be used lor despatch and at-
tention to their comfort. For passage apply at the
Depot, 122 North Howard street, or to
JAMES WILSON, Agent, 117 Howard sat,
li0-lOO lb. baggage tree for each passenger. ap 5
BINGHAM'S FREIGHT LIN E.
A FURTHER REDUCTION ONFREIGHTS
on the followingjGOODS
Dry Goods, $1;75, "
Hardware &QQu's. Ware, 1.621, |
Groceries, 1,40,
Coffee, i,30, 'per 100 lbs.
Mackerel, per bbl, 2,25, |
Herrings, do, 2,00, )
Time receipted for 10 days. Apply at the Depot,
122 North Howard at.
Or in JAMES WILSON, Agent.
ap 5 Howard st.

i"a N=V-^~ IM W ISO S^a
BINGHAM'S r'KkAGIIT AND PASSEN-
GER LINE TO PITTSBURG, via SUSQEHAN-
NAH RAIL ROAD, AND PENNA. CANAL,
INGHAM & BROTHERS, are now receiv-
ing and forwarding GOODS to Pittsburgh,
Wheeling, Cincinnati, &c., on aslavorable terms,and
as short time as any other Line.
As active Agents being appointed and their facili-
ties extensive, they flatter themselves that merchants
and traders shipping Goods by their Line, will feel
well satisfied at the care and despatch used through
the whole route. Freights taken at the very lowest
rates and time receipted for 10 days.
Passengers taken on the most tavourable terms, by
applying at the Depot, 122 N. Howard st. or to
JAMES WILSON, Agent,
.ap6i Howard street.


P 4'T EXT PORTABLE CAR BODS LINE
TO P1TTSBURG.
JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
AVE during the Winter increased their facili-
ties and are now prepared to forward Goods via
Suisquehanna rail road and Pennsylvania Public Works
to Pittsburg.
The separation of Goods is effectually guarded
against by this Line-as the goods remain in the same
Car Bodies in which they are loaded itn Baltimore
until their arrival at Pittshurg.
Merchants are respectfully solicited to call at the
Depot No. 68 North street, near the Post Office.
mh 10tJOHN WEST, Agent.


MI'KEII-I'Nr 1'O PI'! i'J R K.rt.
D. LEECH & CO.
Freight Line to Pittsburg.
DEPOT.
No. 114 North Howard Sr:'eet,
between Franklin and Mulberry sts.
D LEECH & CO. are now prepared to trans-
port goods, to Pittsburg, via the Susquehanna
Rail Road. and Pennsylvania Canals.
Their facilities, for forwarding merchandise, are
very extensive, and are able to deliver goods in Pitts.
burgh, in as short time, and as good order, as any
oiher line. Goods will be sent through in lots, as ship-
ped, and will n.t 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, E&c. will be giv-
en at the Depot, or at our store, cornme r German and
Eutaw sts. JOSEPH TAYLOR & SON,
mh 17 Agents.
FREIGHT TO PITTSBURG.


THKE UNITED STATES fOltTABLE *
BOAT LINE.
S now prepared to receive and forward Goods
via Baltimore and Susquehanna Rail road to
Columbia, and from thence via Penna. Canals and
Railroad to Pittsburgh, at the lowest rates of freight.
Receipts will be given for delivery within 12 days.-
Shippers are requested to call at the Depot, No. 19
Spear's Wharf. No transshipment takes place between
Columbia and Pittsburg. W. D JONES, Agent.
On the opening of the Tide Water Canal, Goods
will be sent per Steam Boat to Havre de Grace and
from themce in Portable Boats to Pittsburg.
mh 23
U. STATES PORTABLE BOAT LINE,
FROM BAL.TIMORE 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
buiit 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 andt expense of a transhipment at each
end of the Portage Railway. The danger of injury
from the frequent handing, and rendering it impoisi-
ble to separate lols of goods on the route.
These boats are of light construction, towel by
two horses, and ,un day and night (Sundays excep-
ted) delivering goods in the shortest possible time,
and at the lowest rates of freight.
Consignments from New York, Boston or else-
where, will be received and forwarded, and all ex-
penses paid without any charge for Commission.
WILLIAM D. JONES, Agent.
mh 23N No. 19 Spear's wharf.
TRANSPORTATION FOR THE
JUNIATA DIVISION
THE NORTH & WEST BRANCHES OF THE
PENNSYLVANIA CANAL,
The Cumberland Valley Rail Road-and the Franklin
Rail Road to Hagerstown.
SUSQUEHANNA CANAL LINE,
(via Tide Water Canal.)




HE PROPRIETORS of the Line respect-
fully inform the Merchants of Pennsylvania and
those of Baltimore, interested in the trade, that hav-
ing constructed an additional nuiiber of new decked
Canal Boats, they are prepared to TRANSPORT A-
NY AMOUNT OF TONNAGE, DAILY, thai
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 ota 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 01 freight apply to
WEAVER & MILLER,
Harrisburg.
LOWRY & GILL,
mh 16 No.75& 101 Bowly's wharf, Baltimore.
WAREHOUSES, NeS. 76 & 101 BOW-
LY'S WHARF.
DESPATCH TRANSPORTATION LINE
FOR PITTSBURG, VIA TIDE WATER
CANAL, IN TOW OF STEAM
BOATS.




THE 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.
0r- INSURANCE has been effected by the proprie-
tors between Baltimore and Havre de Grace.


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Str*t, by DOBBIN

TaftsR--Dally paper eight dol
yearly. Country papers five d
advance, unless the aubscript
All new advertisements .app
pers 6 1

U. S. BANK REPORT.-We
ers in this morning's dme
other matter, editorial and
was made on Monday last t
Committee of Investigat
last. ____

U. S. BANK.-We learn
papers that on Wednesda
resigned the office of Pr
United States, and that
appointed Presid

We notice in our exchange
ter, that in the various ci
afflicting intelligence rea
death, measures were imme
per authorities to give som
public respect and sorrow f
In New York and Brookl
mond, Norfolk, Lancaste
places, public meetings we
political character causin
versal disposition to ma
memory of the Chief M a
In the Lancaster Examin
among the names of the
the meeting called by the
melancholy occasion, t
-of whom the account say
position we were particular
ments of the Hon. JAMES
eloquent, and spoke not o
triot should speak on suc
publican-a true h
It is a matter of deep re
city of Baltimore did not fe
any step towards giving a
the feelings of our commun
-feelings of respect and
citizens ot all parties. Of
we cannot undertake to say
of which we speak, andti of
Since the constituted aut
declined to do what the p
ly demanded, it becomes t
Baltimore to act fatoi thems
not too late to hold a p
that measures for that pur
ately. Whatever mode ma
ble for denoting the feeli
cherish for the memory o
thus be determined on

The steamer British Que
for Livetrpoot to-morr

The intelligence of the de
United States, and the arr
was received at the office o
day morning, in advance of
express. The Atlas immedi
fle intelligence, which cau
ton.
THE LATE
NEW YORK.-The Expres
M. has the foll
THE SOLEMNITIE
As we go to Press, solem
We hear the solemn notesot
deep-toned roar of the mi
ming over our city. The f
hung at halt mast, as they
in the city. Nearly all of
more than the silence of
us. Our places of public
to-night, and the remained
general reflection upon th
in his wisdom, bless the la
dispensation ot
The death of the late Pr
the New York Legislature
day last. The message was
members standing, and the
committee of eight to ta
The Adjutant General o
has issued an order from
that State, that the usual
by all the commissioned o
manifestation of respect
President of the United St
guns be fired by all the
State from sunrise to suns
ception of
The New York Histori cal
wear the usual badge of m
of the Society was request
on the death of Gen. Harri
ed her
The Stud-nts of Columbia
wear the customary moarni
A similar resolution was
Chamber of
On Wednesday, being the
neral solemnities of the la
change Boards of butlt P
deemed it improper to do
adjou
PHIIrADELPHIA.-There
sion of business in Phila
U. S. Gaze
The window shutters of t
city were bowed, as is cus
a recent death in the fam
stores and places of busi
doors hung with crape, and
large stores black drapery
ticos and doors. At the Na
of twenty-six guns was fi
twelve o'clock, noon, snd
one minute. The bells of t
State House were muffled a
ed in the street with an
each had lost a relative
All feeling of party was
national calamity, ansi it
behold the thousands of pe
pay a tribute of respect t
meeting, at the State Hou
solemn silence, and as th
speaker fell upon the ear,
effect might be seen in
The Philadelphia Senti
We learn that the Third P
nowin session in this city,
gular business qf lhat b
twelve and one to-day, (7t
the funeral of the late
and to spend the time
The Pennsyl


We understand that on T
in reference to the melan
fully affects the American
Chiist Church, by
At a public meeting of the
over which the Mayor pres
tions of regret at the dea
United States were -adop
pointed to co-operate wi
Councils of that city and
corporations in making ar
sense of the community o
sustained. The meeting
John Sergeant and
The Commissioners of I
sing adopted resolutions of
'Chief Magistrate of the Un
ticipate in the solemnities
inhabitants of the city a
Similar resolutions wer
sioners of the No
The Annual Conference o
pal Church, sitting in Pi
adopted a resolution expre
National i-ffliction, an
The Class of the Medical
resolved to wear mourning,
other Institut
In the Peansylvania Legi
joint committee to whom h
sage of the Governor ann
President of the United St
ttat the members wear th
eulogy on the character and
ceased be pronounced on t
Thomas Williams, of the S
tion of four Senators and
sen to represent' the State
neral in Washington. TPe
appointed the deputation,
neral ceremonies on Wedne
head, of North Hampton,
and Lusk, of the UJeu.ie,
)S, Strohm and King

NEWJERSEY--In the tow
were tolled by order of the
business'closed between
Wedne

A" Veo.-Letters from H
a Veto to the Bank Bill w
srsor yesterday.-Philad.


boratepoaenee
NEW ORLEANS, M
Th Cotton Market was li
not lels than 12,000 bales
advance of to ct. on p
movement in the present cr
ket appears extraordinary
commercial man anticipate
in relation to this great
advices. I can regard the
light, than as the expedie
raise money. In order th
buying an article may beco
wind" I will explain the na
A. draws on B. in New Yor
amount of the cotton purc
of said draft, B. draws on
cotton is consigned, again
ry course of affairs this co
two months, thus placing th
in funds fully 75 days in
from New York. Operations
nically styled "kiting,"
which are certain
You have doubtless seen
counts of an assault on
the New Orleans bar, by
ton. It is alleged that th
ot the latter under peculia
ous circumstances. Public
side of Morton. The accu
tion, and requests a suspe
til then. His life is in h
brother has openly declared
Fanny Ellsler still attr
Every performance renders
She is crowned with garl
bouquets at all he

THE RICHM
The following is the office
pension of specie payment
mond. The Banks in other
ready been in a st
At a Meeting of the Presi
Bank of Virginia, the Far
ol the Exchange Bank, a
Banking-house of the Ba
mond, on Tuesday. t
On motion, JOHN BROKEN
ed to the Chair, and JAME
ed Secretary o
The following reso
"Whereas the Banks of this
February last, enter upon
payments, and have since s
demption of their circulat
the pleasure of the holder
that the resolution to pay s
press with extreme severity
that the difficulties to be
gravated by the position o
States, that the Commonwea
of obtaining loans of the B
issues are thereby increase
the power of the Banking C
to correct the exchanges u
of the Banks else
"Resolved, That the rede
in coin be suspended, an
themselves to a line of pol
for resumption at the ear
tempted wit
BANK OF
The President having co
of Directors the proceeding
Banks of this City, held th
lutions we
Resolved, That it is expe
stances, for the Bank of V
conform to the resolution
the three Banks in this Cil
present, the payment o
Resolved, That a general
its branches be prepared a
it may appear to the public
in the least degree beei i
ti
Resolvid, That this Bank
specie ,iayrneiil cotemporan
Philadelphia, or Baltimor
of trade between this Sta
will render such a measure
this end it will be the f
Bank, and thesame is rec
to observe the utmost pru
and to procned to convert
resources their suspended
lances.
Irish Emigrant Society
stituted in New York unde
lent purposes set forth in
tution asfollows
Holding in view the impo
attained by moral combine
and impelled by feelings o
father land and affection f
well as devoted attachmen
our happy lot is now cast,
into a society, with the v
associated effort can prom
emigrants who may hence
this country. Good advice
applied tfor, will he also
have been long resident
exertions will be put tort
States shall in truth, prove
sium he had ever associated
and thus will be attained
portance, not to the emigr
country, with whose prosp
adopted citizens, is
The payment of a small a
derate sum quarterly, so
may afford it without inco
terms of membership. The
is highly commendable, and
ly carried on, cannot but
New York paper states tha
most respectable and intell
city are included in the li
sympathies of Irishmen wil
tion as this, abundant exer

The right way of Refor
of April 3, contain
We publish the following
About one thousand dollar
paid to an individual whn
now declared to be "e
WAR DEPAR
March 29t
Sir:-As you have applie
Military Storekeeper in th
ment at Pittsburgh, I dee
that finding the office t
and a just regard to the pu
oiscontinuance, it
Very respectfully yo
JOH.\
Snuiel Hubiley, Esq
Mr. WEBSTER
The attacks recently made
ate upon Mr. WEBSTER b
gia, after the former gent
remembered by our readers
CUTHBERT accused Mr. WE
principles inimical to the
ably and successfully d
PRESTON and RIvEs. The f
by Mr. WEisTER to the H
gia, eight years ago, will
lessness of Mr. CUTHaERT


NEW YORK, M
My DEAR SIRa I have rece
evening, requesting mee t
powers of Congress on the
very, and of the existence
the part ofNorthein men t
ty or regulation of th
My sentiments on this su
been olten publicly express
jection to repeat the dec
thought by you that such a
smallest degree, aid the fr
stitution in the South in
are so industriously foster
so unnecessary
In my opinion, the domes
ern States is a subject wit
the States themselves; and
union of the whole North.
to interfere in the emanci
treatment of them in any o
resolved by the House of
gress sat in this city, in 1
mittee consisting almost
bers; and I do not know an
of a different opinion in
since. I cannot say that p
not possibly be found who
possess some power over
know any such persons,
sure they are few. The se
tion of the population of t
garded at the North as a gr
cal, andt the discussions u
taken place in the Legislatu
holding States have been re
But it is regarded, neverth
dy for which lies with tho
to be provided and appli
sense of policy and dut
you say, andt say truly, a
the North, are, in my opin
any just foundation. I
them, so far as has been
occasions; and for a fulle
both on the power ot Congr
charges against Northern m
to my remarks in the deb
tion, i
I am, my dear sir, with
obedient servant,
To JOHN BO
OFFICE
St. Augustine,
By the arrival yesterday
from Tampa Bay, we lear
in, and brought his warri
out again after Sam Jones
come
A letter received here fr
at Tampa, expresses their o
be another gun fired by t
grant that it may prove co
rely upon it as yet. The
three hundred Ind
We have no other inform
of.
Ice Trade.-Eighty one
with ice at the wharves
setts, this season, They
por


REPORT
COMMITTEE OF
APPOIINTD .T THE
HOLDERS
BANK OF THE U

The Committee appointed at
holders of the Bank of the
ary 4, 1841, to examine th
then submitted by the Pre
mit the
REP
SThe Committee original
Joshua Lippincott, Moses
Thomas P. Cope, Richard
patrick. The three last
acting: snd Edward Colea
John Bacon having been sele
the Committee were finally
ot Joshua Lippincott ass Ch
wood as Secretary ; hniud
ol January, commenced th
ties assi
'The Committee were ac
of Directors, with an apart
from time to tine, attend
body, as well as by the O
Bank. Every facility was
prosecution of their labours
by submitting to their exa
Bank, and by giving such
furnishing such extracts aoi
ted. At an early stage of t
officially notified by the
had been adopted by the
the Commitee ot Steckhold
Board is ready to afford t
prosecution of any invest
tee may he willing to make,
lions of this Bank, and
situation, and that it is t
the Committee should ma
order that the results may
of the Stockholders in Apr
be their duty, under the t
pointment, as well as und
tended to them by the Boa
ingly commenced an examine
transactions of the Bank,"
al situ
Tha Committee proceeded
verify in detail, the State
abilities of December 21, 18
dences in the possession o
were accordingly produced
with, the same was found t
counted, on the second o
with the Leger Balance of
the several offices and Ag
to agree with the printed
of the circulation and issu
Bank, were a
The Committee have prep
a still more detailed state
abilities of the Bank, onr th
ber 1840, than that heret
the particulars of each ite
in the same order and arran
ed; omitting, however, th
Stock, balance unsold," a
"Bonus for
The next object proposed
of the Assets. With this v
examine the items of Act
Stocks, Real Estate, Bond
Bills of Exchange, and Amo
The President of the Bank
tain an estimate of the pro
the different Offices and A
which have accordingly
mates thus made are prese
the detailed statement, no
ferred to, (
The attempt to make an e
es, was found to be attend
culty and embarrassment.
pressed market value of th
held by the Bank, would n
their actual worth, which,
availability, was that at
vored to arrive. Still the
guided, in a great measure
the day. Of the Real Est
ges, a very imperfect ju
without inquiries as to the
which the Committee had
of the securities are of a c
impracticable to form eve
of their value. While th
speak for this portion of
which is due to an honest
within their reach, to arr
be permitted to quality it
necessarily only an appr
cannot ask the stockholder
dence. The ability of the
thing like a fair equivalent
much upon the course of po
sue, andl upon circumstance
pected to foresee. The es
er with less reluctance, as
each stockholder will be a
hims
It may be proper here to
thought best by a majority
submit the lists in detail
debt. The injury which wo
individuals by such an ex
be detrimental to the int
while no benefit of suffic
balance such a mischief, a
In regard to these two lin
tent themselves with remar
portion consists of regular
the Active Debt, December
ven incorporated or other Co
lars, 22 cents, including ne
cents to the Philadelphia,
Rail Road Company. The
33 cents, is on obligations
than six months to run, a
lars, 5 cents, had more t
The sum o f 279,888 dollars
Line entered as "Bills Re
payable on demand, though
manent accommodations, is
these amounts. Nor is the
cents, "Bills receivable f
siderable part of it is in la
ently appear from the lact,
firms and companies, have
000 dollars each, of whom
counts exceeding 50,000 d
ceeding 10
A similar examination of
bits as the result fillty-w
companies, standing charge
apartment, witu more than
ty-nine with more than
eighteen with more than 10
are six individuals and f
2,314,000 dollars, two of wh
lars each, a large amount
hour others, who have loan
lars. Eleven Joint Stock
this List 807,581 dollars,
adelphia amid Germanlown
902 dollars
The whole result of thl
Committee, may be th
The assels of the Bank, a
of December. 1840, accord
Committee, to 69,531,742 do
estimated at
From which deduct liabili

. Leaves the sum of

to represent the capital o
Less amount of B
stock on hand,

$32,528
To this may be added the
mired thousand dollars, for
amounting on lhe twenty f
9,336,000 dollars, 90 cents
destr
The Committee submit a
General statements of the
the first day of February,
April, 1839, and on the fir
a comparative Table ii A
these ihree periods, and a
April I, 1841. (Appen
The general statement of
February 1, 1836, is a cop
stockholders convened at
teenth day of that month, f
ing the propriety of accep


centiy granted by the Leg
By that statement showing t
tuition, after a period ofac
twenty years, and including
serious commercial difficu
credit of Discount,
es',
Profit and Loss,
Contingent Fund, e
chargeable thereto, by th
Foreign Exchange account
Fund for extinguish
ing Houses,
Contingent Interest,

$8,018
These sums, after d
of deficiencies and expen
formed the surplus fo
tion,
from which, it will be recol
ged upon the stockholders
favor ofaccepting the char
making the most liberal a
ses on the suspended debt
Bonus could be paid, with
th.ip;, th
line origin of the course
ducted to tie present situat
stitution, dates however be
charter by the state. When
charter ot the late Bantik
not be renewed or extended
ent and Direclors comme
cern0, and among the first
was to sell or dispose of,as
be effected, the assets of
was gnwiallt .une to St
their .tj.th i i..'.m, payab
period. At the same time,
converting the active debt
ty of stocks, by which pe
be provided for the capital
period of its anticipated
March, 1835, "the Preside
a general view of the situa
and liabilities,its circulati
bable future demand- upon
sources and power of expa
mittee of Exchange, which
Directors, appointed by t
ised by the Board "to mak
the stock of this Bank, or
if necessary, at a lower rat
five per cent
This delegation of power
tee. was never expressly
der the new charter, unle
cluded, under a general r
adopting "the Bye-Laws,
of the former Bank. By th
tion ofthe Bank upon the2
amount of loans upon Banks
sonal security, was 4,797,93
that of March 3, 1836, these
sum of 20,446,367 dollars
cumstances, the active me
paratively small, to pay t
state for the Bonus, to se
the United States for its
culation of 20,113,227 doll


ry to the anticipation, exp
re-chatter, soonbegan to be
demption. TheBank was o
the market as borrowers, a
was taken to obtain loan
Cashier to Europe for tha
accordingly negotiated b
1,000,009 sterling, and a
000 francs, on f
In order to provide fur t
and to rnesi,,,'. others, a
the interests of the Instit
mined by the Board to ha
ing in London, and on t
Samuel Jaudon, then Cash
post, ant his agency th
November
At the same time, the Ban
Domestic Markets as bor
Notes and Bonds payable
mount obtained in this way
July, 1840, being more th
From these causes, as wel
rangement of affairs, the
ments, and the discredit
American. securities, and m
course of the Bank's deali
drawing Bills to a large
viously provided the fun
tr, ', n' 1 .'1 .a their agent
ty of obtaining money in ha
the credit of the Bank, it
ble to command funds their
terms as before. And acco
subsequent negotiations for
gether of $12,212,697, 46 ce
Losses the sum ot 1,149,907
Discount, Commissions to
er charges; not including
sions, and the expenses o
mounting up to January 1,
pounds 17 shillings 6 pen
percent, exchange is equal
It may be proper to expli
large sum for the expense
arises. When Mr. Jaudon
of foreign agent, he was the
lary of 7000 dollars per
loss oni the sale of his furn
passage of himself anil f
sum of 1015 dollars. He s
clusively to tile business of
uncovered credit in England
existing debt in Europe, t
its bills an, dividends, to
generally to protect the
"the country at large." Fo
receive the commisaionther
ed to Baring, Brothers &
28,000 dollars per annuIm.
expenses of the agency we
a salary of 1000 pounds st
Charles B. Jaudon, as his
increase of money operation
afforded by the agency
commissions were charged
that the sums paid himf to
to January, 1841, amount
change to 178,044 dollars
of the agency to 35,
In addition to these sum
Exchange Committee, an ex
cent. upon a loan eflected
pounds, say $38,755 56, and
lar commission, upon subs
Holland, to the amount of
directors, under the sancti
counsel of high standing,
President, hy whom the a
was made, that the case o
not anticipated, nor meant
nal arrangement, allowed t
970 37. These severalsu
as before
Such were some of the res
March, 1835, though it c
much may be fairly attrib
lion of the business ande
concurring with the unfo
the administration of the
has gone on to increase it
til it has now more money
it has on loan on its list
To this has been superad
stocks, and a continuation
on stock securities, thoui
upon the recharter, that su
once and entirely abando
avowed purpose, yet one y
1837, its loans on stocks an
rity had increased $7,821,54
ed on personal security,
suffered a diminution
It seems to have been sufficie
pledge the stock of an "Inc
remote its operations or uncerta
loans, originally mnade. on a ple
the same kind of property, and
instances they had become dep
evident to thle Committee, that
flank were themselves engaged
and specula ions, of a similar t
of the Bank, and at the same L
Companies in which they were
gaged in the same kind of opera
proportionate to the means of
and legitimate wants and dealing
was to monopolise the active
disable it from aiding anod ac
siness really productive and use
might have been anticipated,
loaned were ultimately lost, o
vantageous teris as to price,
Lands and other fragments of t
'T'he loose arid Irregular man
loaning money was conducted,
result, and deserves particular
March, 1835, the period oif the
referred to, tlhe chief control an
the Institution, appears to hav
Directors. The mode in which
transacted their buri-ne-0. i 0i.
check whatever upon *- .. ni, -
Bank were almost entirely at
mittee met daily, and were at
times by tlre President. Th
king loans and settlements, tos
ioard itself. They kept no mi
book in which the loans made
termed, but their decisions anid
to the officers, to be by them
tablished course of buainoss se
Teller to pay on presentation at
or due bills having indorsed the
the cashiers, anid to place tlI
for so inuch cash, where
before tile regular period
the i Co....',I Crommittee o
Banh I .-.. vouchers were n
"lls Receivable, inll a small
charge of one of the clerks.
ed, but bore interest payable
by a pledge of stock, or smeoe
evidently impossible; under sui
or be assured, in reward to any
that it was sanctioned by a m
mutee. It can he said, however
the very large business transac
pear upon the face of the Di
mitted to the examination oft
regular meetings, nor is it an
as having been reported to that
approbation. As illnstranive
tions, it may be proper to state
Recei
On the 4Sh of March, 1836, was
On the 4th of March, 1837,
Or the 4nh of March, 1838,
On the 4th of March, 1839,
On the 4th of March, 1840,
The amount outstanding on t
on true 4th of March, 1841, ha
176 954 dollars, 12 cent.. The
various ways, or transferred to
ing resolved to abolish altoge
pregnant with mischief and los
loans except by t
There stands now upon the
Department, transferred thereto
unsettled 1.470,651 dollars, 77
of Active D ht having been c
at duferrud pe m
These iom, ns were generally i
of Debtorson miRills Receivable
twenty-one individuals, firms
each with an amount of sne hu
wards. Onefirm of thisCity r
kind between Atugust 1835 and
4,213,878 dollars, 311 cents, me
mined in 1837. The officers o
in this way, loans to a large
the Bank went into operation
Samuel Jaudon,(lren elected it
debted to it, 100,500 dollars.
orf .iirt. .. i i ,. .1.1 ;,,
4m,- 1, .m ,r. .,.in ., ,,i, i
stili stoidmcharged with an in
Mr. John Andrews, first Assis
the Bank in March tm-36, 104
Loans armd advances mar.i .i;,,..
ceived ii, all, thiesum of i "'
Cowperthwarre, mien second A
to thIe hank iu March 1'36, 1i


pointed Cashier in September 1
whin he ,- ;.-..- uI i.- t. e
ii June i- ,, -an" ---im .i-.i.
1841, oni the Books with the s
It appears ( n the Books of the
men, were ongaged in making i
count, in tile Stock and Loa
Rail Road Co., I'hiladelphia,
Road C .., Dauphin and Lyc
GulfRail Road and
'The various settlements effect
debtors for t-hese rrega ar loam
without notice. Thesi settle
ledge or approbation of ithe bo
from their minutes. Tihe large
fore adverted im, was settled by
rous stocks and real estate, ex
in cash. Another I i .......l.i
al of 1,014.977 dolla-., a ..*,
There was taken in settlement
& Hlumphreys, (Mr. Joseph C about
the time a director ofthe Ba
and fifty shares of United Stat
On the Sd of \..i.. i t-...r..ld,.r
lars, tile llamrd :. I .,.. .. i 1.. .
on the S2ld of ,',s..i n,-: i..I..
iAugust, four haunired shares at
son t[ose two days being N3 dol
lingthie day taftter at 123. less
similar character with debtor
frequent re
Tlie first instance in which a
bank in otaier than moneys wh
was in March, 1838, when Mr.
don as thie agent of the Ban
(then cashier:) and Mr. lohn
cashier,) paid a debt of 069,5
iank o -. i. .. t.,I ir, ville
Comnpat. r... p. r .., ..
Union ( ,. .* .,- !v r r 1..0
Phlaiidelphia and R
Comnpany stock, 3590 shares,
West Feliciana Ra
stock, 100 shares,
$26:
Of course, the Committeen c
Commninee did or did not authoi
ment. The paper which consti
and which the Comnittee have
authority or approbatie, other
drews h
O1 thire residue of the large d
dollars 88 cents, which includes
thie foregoing sum of269,5r0 dol
55 cents was settled by itre
An Account of the Settleme
perthwaite and Andrews, accom
1 mm. .- i.'ommittee, toi tirhe
I n, i mi, 1 Committee rem
mittee are unable to say, if a
Hoard under thIe Charter frc. ,c
th:at the Boards, uaderthe rr I ,
toned such loans or settlement
ly condemn such acts. The po
tlements must be reserved to
inn 1-e- :- I 1.:- i m- u '1 m li i -: r, e t
'I i. ..m-..- a r,. ..sl
gether with some ots
In order to inform the itockh
acter of the Assets, but of th
the possession of the Bank, th
a statement showing the part
the Bank, the aoriunt taken iln
or subscribed, and a list of th
1839. (Appendix H.I.) Ofthe
Loans, which the Bank has rec
cluding thoee since disposed
thirty-one millions of dollars
of debts an
In the course of the invest
committee has been directed t


peua on thi bonks i"Advanceo
were, in iaet, pasBennm for Co
,uel', pr.imrlalad ti) the airec
Nicholas Biddle, anrid shipped
self and others. These account
Foreign Exchange Department,
the charge of Mr. Cowperthwai
when hie was elected Cashie
until March, 20,1840, whe
The original documents, nec
tee to arrive at all the facts i
were not accessible, having b
by the panties interested, as p
of the whole matter, suffice
ers a general idea of its cha
Report of a committee ofthe
on tlue ist July, 1840, tor th
liiih inn.., .-. --.i nt-. and
C im-h'.- r iC4', Iiim, .ii report w
is spread at large
Tire first transactions were i
vances tou A. G. Jaudon, to purc
Baring, Brothers & Co., of Li
mitted to their house in Londo
thie Bank. Thie amount of the
dollars :r cen's. The proceed
the Bank, andl the acccount ap
suits, as to the Profit and Lo
mittee haid no ineansofascerta
tire parties
in thie autumn of 1837, when
tions commenced, it will be
Jaudon had been appointed the
London. About the aamenie tin
between Mr. May Humphreys,
and a son o t'Mr. Nicholas Bid
Humphreys. This house was e
thenceforward acted as agents
shipped to that place, which c
tile whole
In explanhation of these pro
to their Report a copy of a letter
ber 28,1840, to tire resident a
Mr. Joseph Cabot, one of their
and who became a Director at t
This letter was read to tioe
was not inserted on lthe
m ..I n..i. r 1. .. ..-. uring
in .-.-In whichiamout. to 8,6945
dollars,9i cents. Tire shipmn
Middle & lHumphreys, were p
Humphireys-the funds ailvance
ceeds remitted tm Mr. Samuel
Lon
It appears that there was p
phreys by tire Bank in Phila
March, April and May, 1839, t
sand dollars and the account
mittee have reason to believe
part or perhaps tie whole of til
cond series o f shipimente. l
distributed, they have not been
of thire final settlement to be
will be at liberty to m
Thie third and last Account,
83 cents, appears on the books,
S. V. c. W." These letters s
Wilder of New York. Messrs
whom these consignments wer
counts in the name of Bevan
knowledge of that firm, as ap
December 28, 1840. Tihe result
a losi of 962,524 dollars i3 emr
553 908 dollars 57 cents wois fo
Humphreys & Biddle to the LondoA
ceeds of sale, wiLh interest thlereo
claimed and were allowed a deduc
lars of8oathern Funds, used i
at a discount, thie sum of 310,07
sum, being Bankers' Commiss
Biddle on advances to Samuel J
86 cents, inmaking 331,123 doll
settled by tihe parties the umo
Befiire proceeding to state the
it will be proper to precede it
tee of thie Directors, by who
"A long h.i ,.i tli. -ii| h"m. h., .
nm ent ot thr-i.-.i .n r.,,in Ihii
the settlement ofthe rem lining f
the amount, and the agreements
themi such as the committee l
are better than at one period
reasonably have expected, an
themselves, are acceptable undi
of thec
The settlement reported to th
ber, 1840, was
With Mr. Nicholas midd
ing with interest to
For which there was re
ment, Three Bonds of t
for Five thousand Doll
on Gen. James Hamilto
deliver tio the Caslhier,
the Republic of Texas,
10,1261. 13s. 4d., and
same, for Two hundred
these with Interest du
ing to a calculation m
dot), amount to
Leaving a balance af
For this Balance Mr. Biddl
bank within one month, Tex
ery of the last mentioned bo
him a full discharge from
share of the Loss on these
has been performed. The C
in reference to this settl
ian securities were much b
Committee reluctantly agre
there belief that a better ar
not be (at least amicably
founded on general inform
at a distant day, be dispose
The Committee also s
seph Cowpcrthwaite,
Loss, $ 7---
For which was recei
Cowperthwaite' s shar
County Coal Land, which
less a Mortgage thereon oftiI
Land in Cataraugus
cost, a 5,
Land in Lycoming Co
Michigan, 2--
Boston and Illinois L
teen shames par, -1,
Commercial and Rail
burg, 350 shares par, -
Planters' Bank of Mississip
West Feliciaena Bank, 100 s
Germantown and Norr
500 shares par, 2-- -
Camden arnd Woodbur
shares par, -- -
Loan of Caniden and
Company-, - --

$247
And a cash payment,
"about"1 0---0

Making altogether -

The Committee state, in re
with Mr. Cowperthwaite, tha
that "with the exception of
tained to pay other debts,
his remaining
iThe Committee also s
S. Wilder the remain
mounting with interest to -
For the purpose of e
settle this amount in
United States in New
the sum of l !2',11,1
1. Real estate at
adelphia county,
2. Five thousand
of "Iron land"
in Columbia Cou
nia, in operati
a Rent equal to
$200,000 -
3. On his claim
Robertson of Mobile
4. On his claim
New York, -
The balance was sett
whole amount from Mr. Wi

$161,

Mr. Thomas Dunlap of P
under date of December 2
punctual payment of the
Committee of the Board
ment we apprehend n
Upon the presentation of
mittee on advances, to th
cember, 1840, a motion w
same for the purpose of h
name of the panty really in
for which the settlement
Wilder. This motion did n
was accepted and the
After the Report had been
amble and Resolutions we


Martin, and unanimously
present, who were Messrs.
bot, Lewis Wain, John Co
ard Price, Lawrence Lew
Handy and Robert Taylor;
station as President pro t
Dun
"As it appears by the Re
Advances, that large trans
for several years without
of the Board of Directors,
that these transactions wer
the account and to the Pro
tive officers of this Bank a
this Board, that theirjust
should be fully expressed,
fo
"Resolved, That the busi
clusively and of right below
tors, and that all loans o
mittee of the Board, in con
should be duly reported t
Boa
"Resolved, That the loan
deposit of collateral secu
the officers of thie Bank i
to the proper administrat
Ba
"Resolved, that the large
ficersof the Bank, in the pi
9 being totally unauthor
Board of Directors, merits
sure and co
By the Thirteenth Stand
is provided that the Comm
Bank, composed of five me
lot every three months, sh
their time of service, exam
ed notes, and compare th
balance of the amount of
General Ledger: they shal
the printed and the unprin
of the Cashier-examine th
debt and property of the
ventory of thec same, to be
order to ascertain their a
Board." The custom appe
committee to confine their
to the cash, Bills discou
security, the Issues, and
Bank paper on hand. The
general state of the Bank,
at every stated meeting, co
Receivable on Bank stock
included as well thebills re
es as the loans made in tha
ed to, and "Foreign Bills of
head was contained the
merchandise. Thus, on t
which day an examination
mittee on the state of th
debit of"Bills Receivable,
55 cts., and of "Foreign B
of $7,216,109,34 cts. Th


Report i List id the Dirctor
ing Coitmnittees of the B
(Appen
Not only in regard to Lo
in relation to the purchase
tablishment of agencies,
sures of general policy, t
not regularly consulted. O
be permitted to present som
In September, 1836, the
chants' Bank of New Orlea
million of dollars for an a
and established it as the
place. On the eighth day
manner a purchase was ma
"the Insurance Bank of
August, 1839, arrangement
chase of the charter of'
Baltimore, and thle purchase
never went into operation
There was taken from Mr.
the 1st of March, 1838, e
United States Stock at 120
the same day at 118 dolla
the 8th of January, 1840
him as cash one hundred an
lars, the market price of
75 cents. On the 4th of
seph Cowperthwaite, Th
Cabot, agreed to purchase
shares of Philadelphia a
Stock, at forty-five dollar
two years, and on the appl
the 13th of February, 18
annulled. It is stated in
Committee of August 28,
minutes of the Board, t
Reading Railroad Co., h
Mr. Joseph Cowperthwait
dollars in his individual c
by the company to have
Bank,) to be converted int
lars 80 cents per pound s
that report the sumn of 32
had been taken up, of wh
holders of 272,000 dollar
the assent ofthe Board,
paid of the contract. Up
August, 1838, the Bank g
by Mr. Nicholas Biddle in
for the purchase of two t
of the State of Mississipp
each, amounting in the wh
The signature of Mr. Th
assistant Cashier, was affi
half of the Bank, upon th
President. Upon the 29t
Bank guaranteed to the St
tual fulfilment of the obli
aud Banking Company, for
that State, to the extent' o
for 2,100,000 taken at par
the instalments payable eve
1843. On the 29th of April
a contract entered into b
individual capacity for the
dollars of the "Illinois
In regard to these transa
find no authority on the
have been referred to non
whom they called
The Committee submit h
statement of the Profit an
tingent Fund, and an abstra
thereto. In this last acco
date of June 30, 1840, of
Bank notes account," whi
to the satisfaction of the
so mentioned, that among
Bank, there is entered, at
May 5, 1836, sums amount
lars, 15 cents, as paid o
Biddle," of "Mr. N. Bidd
and "Cashier's Vouchers.
unable to obtain satisfact
subject of these expenses f
the Bank, application wasa
Biddle and aMr. J. Cowper
ply has bee
The Committee have now
signed them by the stock
vored to select from the m
to their examination, only
to illustrate the general c
ofthe Bank. To have gone
have required more time
Committee, and to have a
with full explanations, wo
port beyond all reasonable
the simple facts without
been presented, it is beli
holder to form a judgment
the interests committed b
agents, the directors and o
To satisfy mere idle curio
inclination, and would ha
the facts and explanation,
a course have been reconci
to th6se by whom th
JOSHUA L1
MOSES K
CHARLES MA
EDWARD
JOHN
JAMES S.
Bank of the United States,P
Attest, GEORGE

The murderer Robinson,
according to a letter in
ted recently less obdurac
the m
He says he called upon M
fore the murder and invit
the pretence of paying off
bond anml mortgage-thath h
him on his entry, and had
side light of the Iront door
to seize it antd make the a
the back floor, which fru
went into the basement
tered i nto familiar conv
remarked to him i that he
and would soon be through
his eye ou bhis guilty ass
mallet. They passed into lh
inson said to Mr. Suyda
out for penr and ink and
Suydam replied, "I'll
and re'urn again, by th
and advanced to tie door.
brim and struck the hlow w
ohf his hat and brought h
a second blow brought him
down to prepare the grave, and
a noise up stairs, sod ret
his hands and knees, amt a
and wiped the blood from hi
voice, "'oh Peter, oh Pet
vict says ring continually
the fatal blow and carried
lay till the gra

Four persons drowned-A
Thursday last, a ferry boat
laware, but the waters we
the boat was carried down
and sunk. Torbert Westn
b-rtville, a young lady, d
Lambertville, and two

A Singular Case -A man
posed to have died from
and froum some awkward
the coffin, which ha.i bee
cd to fall on the floor. '
knock life again into him,
enquire what they were a
ply lh' funeral expenses,
others have bought suit a
This will be a new ease,
books.- Piftsb


The Government of Pruss
nance for imc..iii,.r inlhe
the tracks (.I railw..T-. T
ble bIv imprisonment to har
feeding ten years; and ift'
or dtatli to any person,
20 years for Ihe first offen
life or te s
Most Disgraceful.-Eider
Baptist denomination, has
in-ulit and abuse, in New
table characters in that ci
there with, it is believed,
ings have been thronged a
preserved, until a few "b
offence at his free denunc
ani proceeded t o violence
gathered about the house
thrown against its doors, a
ted, artd Mr. Knapp iad to
officers of the police. The
upon these ungracious rowd
know their duies, the auth
justly punished for th
The Governor ofVermont
tion appointing lhe9ilh da
in tmat state as a day
Melanch ly Suiide Ir.
son, of Eli Myait, Esq. of
to his existence on Saturda
Prussic acid. It seems hu
w th a younger brother. T
rise-soon alter which it is
randa le:t in his own hand '
his bed, laslened the door
out of the window--fasten
s de door handle, th:ew hims
acid, and was ofcourse a
At breaitf.s' time. a meri
up to his bid room to c
wtre disclcs-7'-. Helelta
ing what lie intended doi
could learn, stating the c
other sourc-s ihe reason fo
father is amon. im: -.- t ,it
sonsin )New .0>ll...i ,i.I
w-re as lair as any one c
filed q.
Legs Gaod as N.turul.-
etta Oib slates, that.Mr. J
nas invenled a Leg (artifi
passes any thing ot the kin
By the description, it is
natural ones, as it is enti
dents flAh is treir to. I
cork, elegantly formed, and
tine Iphysicdl motions requi
flicting tl e least pain, bemi
stump on an entire new i
prolportion discernible betw
and preserving the natural
tue stump below it is not m
The inventor made one fo
and according to the Orl, h
it on, 'habited in light pan
shoes and walking with a
quainted with the circums
suspected for a moment th
blood was


t7ONNECTiCUT.-Rttir h e i
the Slate except tiurteen
Governor, a trajorily ol ov
crease of 633 ur-on Ice mbj
year ago. The remaining t
rity to a
All the Whig candidates
elected.-N.

For the
Messrs. Editors.-I saw
paper a short time since, s
his opinion and experience il
ter ot Paris on small grain
plaster, it'f sown on wheat
will be of considerable advan
one instance showing tht
correct as respects this si
as to the general utility
own experience, as well as
ate erroneous. For a numb
the habit ol sowing a t'hw
mv Wheat fields, for the p
effects upon the crop, an
found it to be rather inj
Wheat on which the Plaste
er shade than here it is
andi to all appearance prom
but I have always found i
subject to the iust, the
wheat l
My neighbors, some few
the habit ot sowing Plaste
the spring ofthe year, bu
believe, have abandoned
is sown, and there they so
el to the acre, for fearoi o
never knew a e e..i.,i res
sown in the spr :ii ...i it
except in o
On-o tmy neightibors,some
sowed plaster over thle poo
fields where the wheat too
at harvest there was the b
effect that year seemed to
manure being spread over t
it however in the same wa
wards, and seeing no good
done' its use tor that pur
in this case must have be
'peculiarity of season that
years past I have been try
and ashes upon corn separ
the corn is up I drop on th
along the furrow, the seco
the third a hana
The corn where the plaste
best while growing, but whI
better than where there
seasons it is worse, but w
decidedly the best. From
plaster as well as those
persuaded that plaster wil
sing it and putting it any
this I woulil have it.ann rt he
$50 per Ion. 1 would advi
over his clover, and when it
under, this will enrich t(
raise good crops. I have
has the interest of the agri
hat alone prompted him to
I know him to be a man of
perience in agricultural p
application of his views rel
wheat fields in the Spring
be rather injurious than b
save young learners from t
purchasing plaster and s
fields is what intnluced m
A WASHINGTO)N C

Married on the 4th inst. by
PETER BRUREIN to ELIZ
thn city.
Married on the Ist inst. ly
GEORiGE W. GORDSHELL to
this
Married in Springfield, Ill. on
John M. Bergen, J. GRAT
R. eldest daughter of Mic
Died on Wednesday, the 7
second daughter of St. G. W.
18 months a
Died on the 30 March, at the
Carroll county,LERET P. AIKEN
Did on the morning of tire 8t
son-in-law, (James T. Watso
Those. Norris of Thios. ill
Died at Flushing, L. 1. on Mo
fever, WILLIAM IIENRY, inft
Sclhroed

WHIG CONVENTION
COUNTY AND BA
At a meeting o1 the Ce
Monday Evening the 5th of
lutions were adopted and
the newspapers ot Baltimoi
Mil
Resolved, That with the c
friendly to the present ad
Congressional District, it
voters in that part of the
Arundel County and the ci
ble, at as early a day asaa
their respective election di
lot five relegates trom eac
ber from the city of Anrinapi
vention for the nomination
and ,or such other purposes
tricts may think
Resolved. That said Conv
requested to meet at Ellico
20Lih ot this in m th, (Apri
and co-operate with the
Baltimore, in such inmanner
ble, tor the nomination of
present the Fourth Conn-re
Congress ot the
Resolved, That nlets's o
time and places of ..'.li r,
election districts I...- i o.. a
toiesaid, be, in the meant
ters of said districts, th
section districts be request
TI.ta-r'.xv the 15th inst.
1.l1r,n ii, polls in said

Resolved, That it be re
tion to be elected in this c
appointed, at Ellicolt's
inst. for the purpose h
By order.

BALTIMORE FEMAL
An Election of Directres
will htie held at the Asyl
third day (TUESDAY)
tween the hours of 10 an
bnrtors of five dollars
ap 8 d4t JOSEP

IrJ-A CARD--The subscri
ularly practice in the 'u
States.
Baltimore, March 15, 1



NEW YORK
Wednesday eve
Satea of Pot Ashes at $S,5;t
About 2000 hags Coffee aver b
guayra at i0lalO0. 1000 Ihs. o
The stock of hides is again re
res are at 13ai4 cts. A carg
been sold at 26 cts. and sne
Tar sold at $t,75. Whale Oil
10100 gallons Olive Oil sold at
business in provisions without
ibs Nutmegs at t0 cts, 6 mod.
at 200 cia, 300 State Prison br
Orleans at 2Slc, cash. Sale
Sugar at 6la7lcrs, tire stock i
6a7riar 70,000 lb.. Whalebone
export. Sales ofasweet Mala
Red at 80c; Sicily Madei
There was no meeting of the
ning, and no business of conse
or any where else. The store
o'clock, and bu

SAVANNAH MAR
Cotton.-On the date of our l
donias's advice were received
in Upland at an advance ofl c
stances I cents; tIe sales ar
Rice.-The principal sales h
light stoc
Flour.-The market for alt de
dull, the transactions are *til


consumption at our quoted rate
Canal $6; Plilad. $5, a 5,7
Corn.-No cargo sales. Retail
Freights.-To Liverpool jd
square and $1,50 per round ba
cask. Gor.

MOBILE MARK
Cotton.-The sales of the wee
a 9 ctsa. fir inferior to 11 cts
has run principally on fair c
the bulk of thie purchases hav
English markets, the large
Bacon.-Onr quotations are f
sides 71 a 8; shou
Flour.-The floir market tin
change. We are advised ofthe
store at $5,95, and others offer
however, are still made frnm t
from store in lots of 3
Whisakev.-Sales to a fair ex t
per gallon on trie whar
Freights.-The foreign engag
been three ships for Havre atI
barquesafor Marsetiles at ltc.;
one lor Hamburgh, a British b
pool, an American ship, at 9-1 6
gageiients for the later place
a Id. Coastwise freights are s
pool I a 9- 6d.; Havre iNc.
It a Fr-Ii i i- Ai


PORT OF B
F1om the xcharge Rn
ABRt
Ship Win. Penn, Coteman,
Monteviaeo il6th Jan. hide,
tallow, to Win.
Barque Eunomus, Stafford, (
vieo IIh Feb. hides, to Wion
Win. Roweli & Son,and to or
Sclir. Codorus, Gibson, i2da
sa
chir. Direct. Briggs,5 days fro
to J. W.
Scur. E. P. Cohen, Walter,6
ber, to E1. Chn
Schr. Norfolk l'Packet, Scott,
to J W.B
tcir. Norriolk Packet, Scott,
John W.Br n
Schr. Chianceford, Myers, from
key, to John lioggs &
Scher. Etna, Mitchell, front P
urst & Walters and John Bogg
Stur
Steam packet Rappalihannock,F
Reports a ship and a schr.of
Steari-packet Columbia, Guy
ington and
Steainm-packet Alabama, Sutt
barque at anchor off I
Brig Coquette, (Br.) Talbot,
Tucker; schro. E. A. Steven
Brown; Celeste, J olhnson, New ,
Foxwell, Leonardstown, Md.
SAILED-Brig Choctaw, Bosto
tien; Nonpareil, Ponce; and
BAILEDU-Brig Northuruberla
E. A. Stevens, brigg, New Y
The barque Solomon Saltus, G
at %m. i i-nfi t
Too bhi.g' Wim),i R Howlans r
Ch'rriet.,h
At Holmes' Hols, April 4, brn
more for Portland; Messenger,
schrs, Gen. Wayne, Fatea from
I











Nroth laltlteis for iewburyporl, end smetoai, from Bluehill
for Baltimore.
The wchr. Cordelia, Pendleton, for Baltimore, cleared at N.
Orleans 29lbh alt.
The dchr. Lady Warrington, Hubbard,of Baliimora, cleared
at Mobile 3SO11 ult, for New York.
The sachrs. Heroine, Higgina, from New Bedford, and Sarah
Louisa, Brtglhtman, from Fall River, for Baltimore, arrived at
Newport 4th Insit.
The schr. Manchester, from Baltimore for Providence, ar-
rived at Newport, R. I. 6th inst.
The schrs. Heroine, from New Bedford, and Sarah Louisa,
from Fall River for Baltimore, sailed from Newport 6th inst.
Tie schra. Tratffic, Hpwell, hence arrived at hew York 6th
lainst.
Correspondencee of the Baltimore Exchange.
NORFOLK, April 7t1h,7 P. M.
Ary. wehr. H. H. Hoogland, Denman, Elizabeth Port,N. J.
Scbhr. School Boy, Jones, from Baltimore.
gi'd. scbr. J. W. Kimpton, Bedell, New York.
NEWPORT, April6-Arr.schr Manchester, from Balti-
more, for Providence.
Si'd. schrs Heroine, Baltimore; Sarah Louisa, Baltimore.
NEW HAVEN, April 1-Arr brig Ann Smith, Porto Itico.
FALL RIVER, Al). 2-Arr brig Wildes P. Walker, Mobile.
, BOSTON, Ap. 6-Are schrs Eagle, Savannah.
Telegraphed, barque Express.
CPId. ships Timer, Havana; Norman, Alfred, Mobile;brigs
IHarbinger, Gibraltar; Bordeaux, Matanzas; Nereus, Mansan.
"Ia.
THOMASTON, April 1, arr Mary Kimball, NOrleans.
SPORTSMOUTHI, April l1-Arr Diantia, NOrleans.
PORTLAND, April 5-Arr Gen. Scott, Guayama.
NEW YORK, April 7-Cil'd. ships Emerald, Havre; Cres-
cent, Havre; Lorena, Havre; Sw. barqoe Gustav, Hamburg;
brigs Orizara, Port au Prince; Caroline E. Platt, Apalacisico-
Ia; Maiy. Guayama, PR.
Arr. schr Chiappell, fin Goaaives, St Domingo.
Schr Traffic, Baltimore.
April 7, noon--C!'d. ship Sutton, Charleston; brig Germ,
Neuvltas.
Arr. schr Carpo, fm Hlonduras,
Schr Star, from St. artis.
PHILADELPHIA, April 8-Cl'd. sloop Sarah Hay, Balti-
more.
Arr. sloop Exchange, from Balto.
ALEXANDRIA, April 6-Arr. schr. Dodge, fmin New York.
Schr. Two Brothers, from Bath.
RICHMOND, April 6-SI'd. schr. A.W. Leeds, fmin Albany-
Schr. Zervia. New Orieans.
CHIIARLESTQN, April 5-Arr. ship Charlotte,from Boston.
Ships Lagoda, from London; Kalamazoo, New York.
Barques Barrington, fm Providence, It. I ; Crayton, Boston.
Brigs Wankinco, from Boston; Ashley, New York.
Schrs. Mary, from New York; Zeyphr, St. Jago de Coba.
l;l'd. ships Superb, Liverpool; Leland, London; brig Dan.
Webster, West Indies.
April 5, noon-CI'd. schr. Abagail & Eliza. Nassau, N. P.
SAVANNAH, April 3-Cl'd. Br. barque New York Packet,
Liverpoul; brig Ariel, New York.
Arr. ships Porlland, (Br.) from Newry; Newark, N. York.
Went to sea, achr. Gen. Call, Baltimore.
April 4-Arr. brigs L. Baldwin, fin New York; Clinton, do.
Schr. Mechanic, from Boston.
MOBILE, March 3t1-CI'd. ships Lancashire, Liverpool;
Sooloo, do; barque Hebron, Boston; Br. brig Catharine Mc-
Donald, Glasgow acshr. Lady Warrington, New York.
Arr. ship Ocean, from Boston; schr. Two Sons, do.
April I-CI'd. sclir. Jos. Brown, Havana.
NEW ORLEANS, March 30-Ci'd. ships Antioch, Havre;
Oceola, do; Columbia, Liverpool; brig Arabian, Charleston;
scllr. Cordelia, Baltimore.
A rr. ships Eulalie, (Fr.) from Bordeaux; Girard, Marseilles.
Brig Lime Rock, fm St. Thomas; schr. Diaskau, Kingston

A CARD.-Those persons interested in sale of
"1. Valuable Books-probably the best collection of-
lered for some time, are invited to call at the Store of
the undersigned during this day, and procure a cata-
logue prior to the sale thereot, which will take place
TO-MORROW (Saturday) MORNING, April 10.
1841, at the Auction Room No. 60 Baltimore st.
ap9 It H.W. BOOL,Auct.
SRS. ALPHtONSE CLIFTON having as-
'signed all her property to me for the equal ben-
fit of her creditors generally, I have authorised Mr.
Charles Farquharson to collect all debts due to Mrs.
Clifton. Her debtors will therefore please pay Mr.
Farquharson. L. J. LEVEY,
ap 9 eo4t* P* Assignee.
pT H* CHEAPEST SILKS, AT' LEWIS
& LEVERING'S, No. 161 Baltimore street.-
Rep, plaid, striped, and plain SILKS, narrow and
wide, in all the different colors and designs, for sale,
wholesale and retail, lower than can be purchased in
this or any other market. l w ap 9
BOST''ON FUNDS.
1S0 ) DOLLARS SIGHT DRAFTS on
1 S BOSTON-For sale by
WM. McDONALD & CO.
ap 9 P d4t 87 Bowly's wtharf.
CHANGE FOR $10,o000 ON NEW
YORK-4 certificates ot Deposit r12500 each-
For sale by THOSE. WHITRIDGE,
ap 9 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf
tXCHANGE ON BOSTON-$81300, hor sale
by WM GUNNISON,
ap 9 99 Bowly's wharf.
E XCHANGEON BOSTON at sieht, tfor sale
.E by THOSE. PENNIMAN'&CO.
Sap 9 P 77 Bowly'a whf.
Mi1; t 0 (0 SPECIES WANTEC,1 by
H. WIGMAN,
ap 9 opposite Post Office.
ACON-6000 Ibs. Bacon Hog Round, for sale by
ap 9 JOHN P. ADAMS, 7 Bowly's wharf
E IN SENG-2000 lbs, tor sale by
SBIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
ap 9 Commerce st.
N IEW HERRINGS-100 barrels new Herrings,
Snow inspecting, for sale low from the wharf.
ap 9 SSELL NM AN & CROOK.
O IL-2000 gailis Fall Sperm, just .fr,.ii,., .,i,.i tor
sale by PARKHURST ,. N 'I L,
soap 9 81 Bowly's wharf.
CJNN''SCREEK FLOUR-300 bbis, in ship-
Sping order, landing this day, for sale by
-ap 9 JOHN BOGGS & CO.
R I F -- '' ., m, ,h lrll ,,ll ..l ,i 51,;olai..,
RYE, for sale by
a3 9 G. R, VICKERS.
SICE-30 casks Rice, prime quality, for sale by
R E. P. COHEN,
.aP 9 P 71 Bnwly's whlif.
IrIR INIA COTTON-13 sqnareBales lor sale
V by JOHN P. PLEASANT &SONS.
apt 9 d6t P
INC TUBES.-A prime article lor Bell hang-
Sera, will be sold very low, apply to
ap 9 2t P__ __ T. PALMER & CO.
4AIUALES G GUNN Y BJAGS--50 large size;
for sale by
ap 9 WM, G. HARRISON.
7 4) BOXES I:','" L.nimp hub i "ll, a si,,u air.
ticle, just received and tor sale by
CHARLES GEHRMAN,
ap 9 Exchange Place.
9l lb BUSHELS DRIED PEACHES,
19 for sale in lots to suit purchasers, by
THORNTON & EARECKSON,
ap 9 lw ____ No. 10 Light st. whf.
3 4fl BA RREL LS .ij.-Iiii e- L< 11. 1, io
3W3 landing trom schr. Eina-and for sale by
HAZLEHURST & WALTERS.
ap 9 (M4t Commnerce et. wtiarf.
S' .t!S.-25 casks very pihne,Just landedl and
tJ lot sale at the lowest market price by
PARKHURST & NYE,
ap 9 81 Bowly's whf.
'LLIOTT'S ISNE POUND LUMP TO-
BACCO--JOHN P. PLEASANIS& SONS,
56 South st, have lor sale 50 boxes of Elliott's Chew-
ing Tobacco. ap 9 d6t
F AMILF FLOUR-A superior article, suitable
for family use; tar sale by
HAZLEHURST & WALTERS,
ap 9 td2t Commerce st. wharf.
FORGET WHITE'S I-li\LNI- LL. MlI" It)-
4iIBACCO-60 boxes oh this brand-For sale by
JOHN P. PLEASANTS & SONS,
ap 9 ml6t 511 56 Sjuth st.
ROUNDU ALUM SALT.-150 sacks land-
^. ing in good order, tor sale by
THOS. HOOPER,
ap 9 d4t 5 Spear's wharf.
R OLL BUTi'lER- tIinn-i,-,' K.,i i',,r-er, of
superior quality, just received from Ohio, for
sale low by SELLMAN & CROOK,
ap 9 corner South and Pratt sts.
I| kI'AILUNG MOLASSES-100 hbtlds. and
tierces prime Trinidad Molasses, hor sale by
THOS. PENNIMAN & CO.
ap 9 P 77 Bowly's wharf.
S USQUEHANNA WHI1SKIEX.-35U b0ls.
lanomug and hor sale by
BUCK & HERR,
ap 9 No. 8 Spear's whf.
VIRGINIA LEAF TOBACCO--An invoice
Ot 10 Hhds. good and fair qualities-for sale bp
J, P. PLEASANTS & SONS,
ap 9 6t 56 South st.


W ALLILR'S PATENT THREAD-All
Nos. and colors, in store and for sale by
WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
ap 9 12 South Charles stree'.
100 t Rtt SUPERIOR HAVANA
7 WSU.7qV and REGALIA SEGARS,
in store aund for sale on accommodating terms by
CHARLES GEHRMANN,
ap 9 Exchange place.
8UGAR HOUSE MOLASSES.-15 btls. of
Sprimte Sugar House Molasses, received on coun-
signment. For sale by
WM. & GEO. McLEAN,
Commission Merchan's,
ap 9 Lombard, near Light st.
DRESSED FLOORING.
0 00~ FEET OF DRESSED
80 00 FLOORING', of Star & How'-
land's manufacture; will be sold at a low price to the
trade in one parcel, or in lots to suit purchasers. Ap-
ply to E. P. COHEN,
Ap 9 P 74 Bowly's wharf.
123 BOXES SMALL LUMP TOBAC-
1%S3 CO.
JOHN P. PLEASANTS & SONS
Have just rec'd per schr Presto-
82 b',xes Long 12's, Jamieson's brand
39 do Woody's 12's, made o! bright leaf
12 do Hester 12's. Apply at No. 56 South st.
Sap 9 d6t &
NEW HERRINGS AND SHAD, &c. &ec.
4l't EBLS No. I HERRINGS itnspected
'4 7 bbls No. I SHAD 5 this day,
45 kegs No. I LARD
4000 los JOLES BACON
3000 Ib- BACON, Hog Round
50 prime HAMS, suitable tor families
107 bbls LARD, expected in a lew days. For sale
by B.J. & E. J. SANDERS.
ap 9 4t No. 46 South Frederick street.
F AMILY FLOUR .-Received to-lay another
lot of tile celebrated Landes' White White Fam-
ily FLOUR-
100 bbls. in prime order, warranted
100 do Ohio do, Manufactured by Jas.
Barnes & Son, Barnesville, Ohio, of strictly prime
White Wheat, equal to any in the market.
200 bbls. do various well known brands.
C. D. HINKS & CO.
ap 9 3 Spear's whf.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN in a Commis-
sion House, from 15 to 18 years old, who writes
a good hand, and would be willing to devote his time
to the interest of his employers; a knowledge of the
business to be considered a sufficient compensation.
Address P. & P. through the Post Office, ap 9
OR SALE OR LEASE.-I offer for sale or
lease, that beautiful square ot Ground on the
geast side of Waisbeck street, between Lombard
and Hollins ai.lr-el. For terms apply to
Up 8 O54 GEO.T.DUNBAR.
A FARM L HAiD FOR SALEK-An excellent
A. NEGRO MAN, whlio equal to all kinds of
niork on a Farm. I-e has to serne until 15th October,
18643. Apply at this office.
Ah 7 wfrs3l


HOUSE ANn SIGN PAtNTIN0'.
i H Et SUBS R I B EIR would most respecftlly
J inform his friends and the public, that he still
continues to conduct the above business in all its
branches; that he is now prepared to receive and ex-
ecute orders in the most prompt and efficient mailn-
ner., and hopes by endavoring to please, he will suc-
ceed in obtaining a portion of public patronage,
EDWARD NEEDLES,
S. E. corner of Pratt and Hanover sts. up stairs.
A& He has also for sale, a large and well built 3
TiMstory HOUSE, (finished last Fall) situated on
Jn!!U Lombard st. 4th door west of the Infirmary, in
a beautiful and improving neighbourhood.
l-ll'fsaid house is not sold by the 20th oh the pre-
sent month it will be torrent. ap 9 eo4t
TrHOMAS McCONNELL, No. 163 Baltimoie
street, has on hand a large stock of Foreign and
Domestic DRY GOODS, consisting in part viz:
Super wood dyed Black, Blue, Brown, Invisible
Drab and mixt CLOTHS; very fine wood dyed black
single and double Milled CASSI MERES; new style
French Elastic do; GAMNIBROONS; Silk and Cottoun
SERGE; Selicias; Brown HOLLANDS; Brown
French Linen; white and brown DRILLINGS: Su-
per English and French SATIN; Cashmere and Mar-
seilles VESTINGS; Colored and Black Sewing Silk;
black Italian LUS I RING; Blue black Poult de Soie;
Silk and Cotton HOSIERY; Blue black Bombazines;
Thibet Gauze FLANNEL; Irish Linen, and 12-4
SHEETING; Marseilles Quilts; Bed TICKING; Da-
mask and Table DIAPERS; Linen Cambric and
Linen Cambric HANDKFS; plain and checked Swiss
MUSLINS, &c. P sfp9
SPRING GOODS.
T HE Subscriber has now open a choice and well
selected assortment of FRESH SPRING DRY
GOODS, which having been purchased on the best
terms, can be sold as low as any house in Ihe citv.
His stock consists of FANCY, SILK and DOMES-
TIC GOODS, selected especially for the retail trade.
Persons making their Spring purchases, are solicited
to call, and may be assured that any representations
made of goods purchased of him can be relied on.
EDW. J. RICHARDSON,
ap9 No. 39, corner Bahimore and Gay sts.
TURN ER, WHEELWRIGHT & MUDGE.
NO 2 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
HAVE FOR SALE-ON COMMISSION.
UDSON'S Super Royal, Royal, Medium, De-
moy, and Flat Cap LEI)GER PAPERS; Blue
Laid, Blue Wove, and White Wove Quarto Post,ruled
and plain ; Note Paper; Blue Laid and Blue and
While Wove Foolscap, Commercial Post.
HUBBARD'S royal, medium, demy, and flat cap
Ledger Papers; blue wove and white wove Folio Post;
blue wore and white wove assorted and pink Quarto
Post; Blotting Paper, super royal and double cap
Cover Paper.
BUTLER'S super royal, royal, medium and demy
Ledger Papers, blue laid blue wove and white wove
Quarto Post; blue laid, blue wovi andI white wove
Foolscap, ruled and plain; Folio Fost; Bank Post;
Bank Note Paper.
STURGES I CO'S. medium and demy Ledger Pa-
perp; blue laid and white wove Quarto Post; blue laid
and white wove Foolscap, ruled and plain; blue wove
an'd white wove Folio Post.
AMES'assorted, superfine, fine, No. 2 and No. 3
Quarto Post, ruled and plain; superfine No. 2 andt No.
3 Foolscap, ruled and plain; superfine and fine No. 2
and 3 Bill Paper; Counting-house Cap, Flat Cap, rul'd
and plain; Folio Post; Packet Post.
SOUTHWORTH MANUFACTURING CO's. ex-
tra superfine, supem fine and fine Quarto Post, ruled and
p'ain;blue wove and white wove Congress Po't;Count-
ing house Cap; blue wove and while wove Foolscap,
ruled and plain; Folio Post and Flat Cap.
FRANKLIN MANUFACTURING CO'S super-
fine and fine Cap; medium and demy Ledger Papers;
blue wove and white wove Quarto Post, ruled and
plain; blue wove and white wove Foolscap, ruled and
plain; super Envelope Paper.
PLATNER & SMITH'S blue wove and white
Quarto Post, ruled and plain; blue wove and white
wove Folio Post; superfine and fine Foolscap, ruled
and plain; blue wove and white wove Commercial
Post; Envelope Paper.
KENDALL'S superfine and fine Quarto Post, ruled
and plain; blue wove and white wove Foolscap, ruled
and plain; Envelope Paper; Music and Drawing Pa-
per.
DICKEY & LYSLE'S superfine and fine No. 2
andi 3 Fooiscap, ruled and plain; superfine and fine
white wove Flat Cap; superfine and line Quarto Post
Folio Post; Envelope Paper.
,"-News and Book PRINTING PAPERS, of all
sizes and all qualities; Printing and Writing INK;
Quills; Bandbox, Trunk, and Binders' Boards; Russia
Skins;Stained Paper; Indelible Ink, Wrapping Paper,
&c .c. ___ ____ p9
p ROPOSALS will be ri-,t,...I it,.,i | ,Ii'.,-,-s
t for the Poor of Baltimore City and County, for
supplying the Alms House with Beef, from the 1st day
of May to the 30th dlay ot September, 1841, inclu-
sive; to be of the following kindls:- for every hundred
pounds there shall be delivered, 10 pounds veiny
piece, 10 pounds standing rib, 10 pounds plate and
brisket, 10 pounds sticking piece,30 pounds shoulder,
and 30 pounds chuck rib.
SEPARATE PROPOSALS will be received for
supplying the Institution, hor thle same period, with
Mutton, to include an average of the whole sheep, and
must hb left at some period before the 27th inst., at
the office, No, 23 Frederick street.
W. L. RICHARDSON, Agent.
ap 9 eo4t
H ERIFF'S SALE.-By virtue of a writ of
Is fieri lacias issued out of Baltimore County Court,
to me directed, against the goods and chattles, lands
and tenements of Mary Ann Law, seized and taken
at the suit of Joseph Hiskey, I have seized and taken
a Lot of Ground at the North East corner of Pleasant
and North streets, running notthwardly 24 feet oi
North st. thence eastwardly 26 ft. thence southerly 24
feet to Pleasant street, and thence to the beginning,
with two Brick Houses thereon. I hereby give no-
tice, that oni WEDNESDAY, the 28th imi.t,.t at 10
o'clock, A. M. on the premises, I will il-i sadi pro-
perty lor sale to the highest bidder for cash.
sap 9 WM. D.BAI.L, Sheriff
HllS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sun-
T lcribers have obtained from the Orphans'Coult ot
Baltimore County, letters of administration on the es-
tate of GEORGE RIt. MOSHER, late of said county,
deceased. All persons having claims against thesaid
deceased, are heieby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchersthereof, to the subscribers, on or be-
fore the 9th day of Octob-r next-they may other-
wise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said es
tate. All persons indebted to the said estate, are re-
quested to make immediate payment.
Given under our hands this 9th day of April 1841.
MARY C. MOiSHER, (. .
EDWARD HINCKLEY, Adm'r
ap 9 law4t R
fi .'O N (.ILL, DENTIST-Begs leave to
-,ll 11 n 1,,i-- I to his friends and the pit blic in gen-
eral as an experienced operator in Dental Surgery, end
hopes by strict attention to business to merit a large
shale of public patronage. Residence N. W. corner
of' Hanovei and Lombard sts., Baltimore.
N. B. CUPPING asi LEECHING at all hours, in
every part of the city, by WM. F. GILL and Mrs.
GILtL. sap9
COUNTRY RESIDENCE.-A Gentleman,
his wile and three children, not now in Bolti-
more, would engage hmoarding and lodging for the sum-
mer season in a healthy and pleasant vicinity of Bal-
timore, if such couhl be obtained with genteel pri-
vate family. Furniture and every thing else would be
required to be furnished. Enquire at No. t90o Bal-
timore street, or address box No. 27 Post Office.
ap 9 4t
$D ']P tlllltff 20 PRIZES OF $1,0(0,
S |W~t &c., &c.-THIS AFTEB-
NOON, Wednesdlay, April 9th instant, in Baltimore.
Tickets 84, shares in proportion.
'TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, April 10th, will be
drawn the
GRAND CAPITALS OF
$35.295 $10.000
25 OF $1,000,
Tickets $10,-shares in proportion.
JFor Prizes Apply at CLARK'S,
MUSEUM BUILDING,
ap9 P _________HATiT MO)RE, Maruland.
11i) 0 'f {Id 20 PRIZES OF $1o000
t l.Connoh l. onsohdated Lottery of Ma"
ryland, class No. 11 for 1841.-To be drawn at Balti-
more, Md., TO-DAY, April 9th, 1841.--D. S. Gre-
gory 4- Co., -'-I. ,,r,-
I'I'- Nill) SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $12,000 1 PRIZE OF $2,131
1 5,000t 1 1,501
1 3,000 20 1,000
Tickets $4,-shares in proporthon.


3 O 25 PRIZES OF $1000.
$35, 9 5 Virginia State Lottery class
D for 1841. To be drawn at Alexandria. Va., on SA-
TURDAY, April 10th, 1841.- D. S. Gregory 4 Co.,
Managers.
Managers. SPLENDID SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $35,295 1 PRIZE OF $4,000
1 10,000 1 3,233
1 5,000 1 3,000
Tickets $10, shares in proportion.
Cfy-For Tickets apply to D. S. GREGORY & CO.,
Managers, Corner City Hotel, Baltimore. ap 9
r D s.t- A It itil l; K I'OR N LI .--\
FAMILYCARRIAGE, al-o a Buggy
Wagui wit. top. Apply to
JACOB SUMMER,
ap 9 4t* corner Howard and Lombard sts.
fltlE BALTIMORE klARMONIC SOCIE-
N_ TY having resolved upon giving a CONCERT
on THURSDAY 151h inst, it is earneitlv requested
that the members be punctual in attending the inter-
vening Rehearsals. By older,
B. T. ELDER, Sec'y.
A programme will shortly he publi-hed.
ap 7 PCS___ 4t
r AITH AND BAPTISM, ill.i-,,rar.. ir..milie
S Bible, by Bichard Lemmon, published this day,
fcr art,,iuia ou, ir. -i ibution.
Pe-. i,,nwI-i i. i.i nlerest in I he subject may procure
copies at the office of Mr. Charles Faiqumharson, Fay.
ette st, at the Store of Air. John C. French, South st,
or at the printing office of Air. Samuel Sand., North
at. ap 7 d4t P
DEECKE & GERUEs,
LOMBARD STREET, NO. 50.
DEALERS IN TOBACCO AND DRY
GOODS. ap 6 4t*?
BOLTING CLOTHS.
JUST received a fresh supply, which will be sold
on'the most liberal terms by
E. & McPHERSON,
mh 5 aoly No 21 South Howard at.
OOK OF PIRATES-T''HIS DAY PUB-
LISHED, The Book of Pirates, containing Nar-
ratives ofat he most remarkable Piracies and Murders,
bommitted on the I;i Ih seas-togethlber with a lull au-
thentic narrative .- itr.- burning of the "Caroline."
with all the particulars of the capture of the "Amis
tad," carefully compiled for the publisher, by Henry
Hi. Brooke, Esq.; with 36 -. %r, n.:-- rice only 50
cts. I Li h N IR, I., North st.
ap 8 4t near the Post (Ofice.
SELLING OFF AT COST.
FHE Subscribers offer to their customers and
the public their choice and well selected Stock
of SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS, at
and below cost for cash. Those wishing to purchase
cheap and desirable goods are requested to call im-
mediately and examine for themselves.
JOHN McELDOWNEY & CO.
ap 8 4t* No. 26 Market Space.
A PORTER.-Wants a situation as Porter, or
in any capacity where he casfnake himself use-
ful to his employer, an active, strong, industrious
man, who is not afraid to work, and can give unques-
tionable reference as to character, would be glad of a
situation In a Grocery store or wholesale warehouse.
Enquire at this office, ap 3 eo4t*


ALUABLEFLOURMILLSF QRSAL9.
-For ibe purpose of cl-i.ing te aflfirs of the
concern of Nelson and Stockdell, and under authority
of the will of our testator, we shall, on SATURDAY
the 8th day of May next, offer for sale, to the highest
bidder, on the premises, that valuable property known
for some time past as the Southside Mills, in the
town of Petersburg, Va. There are about fourteen
acres of land attached to the Mills, on which there are
several houses under rent. There is a good supply of
water, which is used on overshot wheels of 12 feet
diameter; the Mills have seven run of Burr Stones,
six pair of which are nearly new, of the make of
Messrs. Egenton anti Morris, Baltimore; and through-
out, there are all the latest and most approved fix-
tures, which have been used in the best establish-
men's of the kind in this country. We have manu-
factured over twenty thousand barrels of flour in a
season, and the AlM ills are capable of making, in abun-
dant wheat seasons, double that quantity. The terms
will be 6 months, one, two and three years, in equal
payments. The sale will take place at noon on the
day. HUGH NELSON, Exec'r & S. P.
CHARLOTTE STOCKDELL, Ex'x.
Sale to be conducted by
ap9 d? PANNILL & LEA, Auct's.
FREIGHT FOR PETERSBURG & RICH-
MOND.
The steamer COLUM-
iBUS leaves Light st. whaif
gTO-MORROW AFTER-
NOON, (Saturday) the 10th
April, at four o'clock.
J. BRANDT, Jr. Agent,
ap 9 2t 5 Light street wharf.
FOR FREDERICKSBURG, VA.
'The steamboat RAPPA-
HANNOCK, Captain Fair-
Bbank; will leave Light street
1 wharf, for Fredericksburg
antd the usual landing places on the Rappahannock
river,on SATURDAY EVENING NEXT, the 10th
of April. at 5 o'clock.
PASSAGE FOR PONGOTEAGUE, ACCO-
MAC COUNTY, VA.
iThe steamboat RAPPA-
HANNOCK, Captain Fair-
bank;will leave Light street
wharf on SATURDAY
EVENING NEXT, the 10th April, at 5 o'clock, tar
Pongoleague, Accomac Co. Virginia.
ap 9 dtllth P
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE -OR HAVE
DE GRACE AND PORT DEPOSIT.
mThe steamboat CHESA-
PEAKE, Captain Kenny;
leaves Light st. wharf, for
the above places, on SAT-
URDAY MORNING, the lo0th inst. at 9 o'clock, arid
will take freight for the above places.
SAM'L. M. SHOEMAKER,Agent,
apO No. 3 Light st. wharf.
S FOR NEW ORLEANS-New Line-
A The copper fastened sehr.ECHO, Fales, mas-
ter; is now loading at Fenby'w wharf, and will have
despatch. For freight apply on board, or to
WM. MOORE,
ap 90 corner Smith's wharf & Pratt st.
SFOK MOBILE-Re,-ular Line-To clear
S To-morrow-The schr. MARY, Capt. Tre-
letlien, now loading at the lower end Spear's wharf,
will clear as above. For balance freight annly on
board, or to THOS. H'i n Pt R,
5 Spear's wharf.
Persons having goods will please send them along-
sidte without delay, ap 9
FOR CHARLESTON-On Saturday-
The line brig GENERAL SUMTER, Capt.
Hohbs; will sail as above. For freight or passage ap-
ply to
THOS.WHITRIDGE, 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf.
JNO. K. RANDALL, 104 Smith's wharf.
ap9 P
FOR SAVANNAAH-The line brig EL-
EANOR, Capt. Jones. For freight or passage
apply to JNO. K. RANDALL,
ap 9 P 104 Smith's wharf.
S "FOKi BOSTOi--Regular Commercial
A Line-The packet brig BOSTON, R. C.
Smith, master; having part of her cargo engaged alnd
on board, will have despatch. For freight or passage
apply to the Captain on board, or to
THOSE. R. MATTHEWS,
ap 9 d4t 10 Bowlyr's wharf.
FOR NEW YORK-Todd's Regular
9 Line-The line schnr. DIRECT, C. L. Briggs,
master; will have despatch. For freight apply to
J. W. BROWN,
ap 9 P 59 Smith's wharf.
1 FOR PHILADELPHIA-Hand's Ca-
nal Line-This Day-Thte line sloop STA-
'IRA, Cottingham, master. For freight apply to
J. W. BROWN,
ap 9 P 59 Smith's wharf.
FOR PHILADELPHIA-Regular Ca-
A nal Line-The packet schr. FLORA, Capt.
Nichols. For freight apply to
JOS. HANKEY,
ap 9 Corner Pratt st. andi Spear's wharf.
SFOR ALEXANDUR1 s, WAStl-
A INGTON & GEORGETOWN, D. C.-A
good Schr. is now ready to receive cargo, and having
the principal part engaged, will have quick despatch.
For freight apply to JOS. HANKEY,
ap 9 corner Pratt'st. and Spear's wharf.
NDIFOLK AND PETERSBURG
] PACKET--Regular Line-To go to Pe-
tersburg wharf-To sail To-morrow-The packet
schr. PRESTO, Sam'l. II..iir,.i,...l. master; is now
loading head ot Spear's itarl.... .I %li sail as above.
For freight apply on board, or to
JOS. HANKEY,
ap 9 Corner Pratt st. and Spear's wharf.
't AORFOLK AND Pj'lT RsBUut.
PACKET'FS-NewLine-To goto Petersburg
whar- To tail To-morrow-The line schr. WM. H.
DAWSON, Creighton, master; is now loading bfor the
above pots, at Frederick street dock F,-,r irrigt
apply on board, or to Ii\\ M MNilPlIl'.
ap 9 Corner Smin,'i, ,.. i,|I P'ioii -t.
*g NORFOLK AN DI P-EI EIISBIt RG
S& PACKET-Hooper's Old i Line-To sail on
Satuiav-y-Thlie schr. MOREA, loading at O'Don-
nell's wharf, will sail as above. For freight apply on
board, or to THOS. HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-Jas. Hooper & Sons. ap 9
FOR RICHMONi DIRECT-Hoop-
A er'sOld Line-To sail on Saturday -The sctir
PASTORA, Capt. Creighton; now loading at O'Don-
inell's whart, will sail as above. for freight apply
on board, or to THOS. HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-Jas. Hooper & Sons. ap 9
RICHMOND PACKETS-New Line
-To sail To-morrow-The line schooner
\ % NP \,,Travers. master; is now loading at head
ot Smith's wharf. For freight or pas,.-- *p| on
board, or to WM. MilriRL,
up 9 Corner Smith's wharf 1k Pratt st.
_t^, FOR RICHMONDDIRECT--Regu-
lar Line-'To sail To-morrow--The schooner
JEW, Jones, master; is now ioldi:g head of Spear's
whart, and will sail as above. For Ireight apply on
board, or to JOS. HANKEY,
ap 9 Cornei Pratt st. and Spear's wharf.
FOR SA LE, FREIGIHT OR CHAR-
l 'TER-The coppered and copper fastened sch.
COM. WARRINGTON, Win. F. Williams, master;
149 tons, carries 1000 bbls. aitd in complete order for
any voyage. Apply to
WM. MASON & CO.
ap 9 dl4th 6 Spear's wharf.
|FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.-
The superior fast sailing copper fastened and
coppered brig CATHARINE, Delano, master; about
2000 barrels burthen, and in complete order, ftr any
voyage. Apply to B. BUi;K & SON,
ap 9 d4t No.75 Smith's wharf.
9 FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The tine copper fastened and coppered schr.
MARY ANN, Capt. Fitzgerald; burthen 142 tons.-
Apply to the Captain on board, or to
JAMES I. FISHER,
ap 9 d4t P No. 7 Spear's wharf.
[& FOR FRIGHT OR CHARTER.-
The fast sailing coppered and copper fastened
schr. F. A. TUPPER, 700 bbls. capacity. For terms
apply E.P. COHEN,
ap 9 74 Bowly's whf.
FSI'OR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.-
The fast sailing copper fastened schr. MAR-
THA ELIZABETH, will stow 1100 bbls. For terms
apply to E. P. COHEN,
ap 9 74 Bowly's whf.


FOR N .W OR LEANS.-Regular Line
of New Orleans Packets--The fine brig
SPLENDID, Capt. McKensie, is now loading at
Fenby's wharf and will have despatch. For freight,
apply to CLARK & KELLOGG.
ap 5
FREDERICKSBURG PACKETS-
Regular Line-The last sailing regular packet
schr. GEN'L. WASHINGTON, Capt. Thos. North;
will commence loading for the above port this morn-
inrg, having part of her cargo engaged, will sail on
Sunday;-apply on board, or to
GEO. W. FORD, Agent,
aa 7 d4t 8 Light at wharf.
JL, FOit &KlN' T-TIlhe sunt-crlter will rent to
good tenant, that LARGE AND CONVE-
lM NIENT DWELLING HOUSE. in which
lie lorierly resided, on "Mount Vernon Place." near
the Washington Monument. For terms, &c., apply
either to Mr Edwardi Giay, North Calvert street, or
to.l. P. KENNEDY. ao p9 3awlf
N O'.ICE-The large collection ot FLEMISH
PAINTINGS are now reaty for exhibition -
Also the BISQUET GROUPS and CURIOSITIES,
&c. at my store, N. Charles street, opposite the Union
Ban/k. I S. EYTINGE
N B. They will positiverly be sold at public auction.
ap 6 c? P
A SPLEINDIL) STOCK OF FRESH LaRY
GOODS, 161 BALTIMORE STREET.
VERY CHEAPFORCASHORON CRED-
IT TO PUNCTUAL CUSTOMERS-We
would call the attention of buyers t our extensive
ind fresh stock of Spring, Fancy and Staple DRY
GOODS, which we will sell w-olesale and retail at
unprecedented low prices.
LEWIS & LEVERING,
Baltimore st. 6 doors east oft Charles st.
P. S. COUNTRY MERCHANT'S that wist) to
purchase for cash or city acceptance, will find it
much to their advantage to give us a call.
ap8-dlw S
RI(CII NE"' STYLE RIBBONS.
B TOLDRIDGE has received a splendid as-
sortment of New Style Rich Ribbons,compris-
lug all the most'fashionable styles of the late importa-
tions, to which he respectfully invites attention, as
being the best assortment of Ribbons in the cily, and
will oe sold at prices that cannot lail to p!la~e,whole-
sale and retail, at No. 123 BALTIMORE ST.
Milliners and others, purchasing to sell again, will
find it advantageous to call, as they can be supplied
by the box or set at a very small advance. ap8
A LARGE AND DESI RABLE STOCK OF
DRY GOODS TO BE SO SOLD AT COST.
SH. McELDOWNEY & CO. have made
R arrangements to sell I heir desirable stock of
DRY GOODS, at cost.
As it is one oft the largest in the city and most of it
recently purchased, the public would do well to give
it their attention, as the Goods will be sold at a great
reduction from our former prices.
ROBT. M. McELDOWNEY & CO.
ap8 No. 97 Baltimore street.
GARRISON'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS
A few copies, handsomely printed on fine pa-
per. Forsaleby JOHN MURPHY,
ap 7 eo4t 146 Baltimore st.


DOVLE'S VER LUCKY OPPFICE,
NO. 24 PRATT STREET,
Opposite the Baltimore anid Ohio Rail Road Deffot.
C ONTINUED LUCK continues to reward the
patronsof this ever lucky office, where it is re-
duced to a certainty that at this office there is as ma-
ny Prizes sold as at any other in the United States.-
The following are the drawn numbers of the Virginia
State Lottery, class D, drawn April 3rd, 1841:
13 32 37 42 5 70 58 74 64 60 73 51.
THURSDAY, extra Alexandria Lottery. Capital
prize $7,000. Tickets $2 shares in proportion.
On FRIDAY. Consolidated Lotteries of Maryland.
Capital prize $12,000. Tickets $4, shares in pro-
portion.
On SATURDAY. the Virginia State Lottery, class
D, will be drawn at Alexandria.
GRAND SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $36 295 t PRIZE OF $3,000
1 do. 10,0001 5 do. 2,000
1 do. 6,000 5 do. 1,500
1 do. 4,000 25 do. 1,000
1 da. 3,233
Tickets 810,-shares in proportion.
803-Ticlkets by the package, orsingleshare forsale at
MICHAEL DOYLES', Lottery and Exchange office,
No. 24 Pratt street, third door above Charles street,
who has lately sold the Grand Capital Prize of $30.-
000, the highest prize sold in Baltimore for many
years-and many oilither prizes, amounting to MILLI-
ONS OF DOLLARS! ap 7
5 ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR BALI'l-
S MORE BANK NOTES.-AND ONE HUN-
DRED DO.-Being the cash for the whole of $6,000,
sold on Satuiday, was yesterday paid over by the for-
tuInate EMORY & CO. to the holder and this glori-
ous sum for only $10 laid out at our office. Think of
that.
GRAND UNION LOTTERY.
FOR THE 17TH OF APRIL.
MAGNIFICENT CAPITALS.
Every package we sell is guarantied to contain 16
prizes to 10 blanks. A superior opportunity is now
offered fotar packages. Distant adventurers will please
forward orders immediately.
UNION LOTTERY, Class 2. To be drawn 17th
April, 1841, under the superintendence of Commis-
sioners appointed by law.-78 number Lottery,-16
drawn ballots.-D. S. Gregory & Co, Managers.
GRAND CAPITALS.
1 PRIZE OF Ia..t,,o 5 PRIZES OF $1,750
1 do :,,,,.,, h10 do 1,500
1 do 15.000 10 do 1,250
1 do 10,000 50 oo 1,000
1 do 8,000 50 do 500
1 do 7,000 50 do 400
1 do 6.000 100 do 300
1 do 5,000 100 do 250
1 do 4,000 170 do 200
1 do 2,500 124 do 150
I do 2,311 124 do 100
4 dto 2,000 &c. &c. &c.
Whole Tickets $20,-Halves 610,-Quarters $5,
Eighths $2,50,-Sixtevirnths $81,25.
Packages of Whole Tickets, being 26, containing all
the numbers will cost $520
Must draw nett $220
Risk $300
EMORY & CO., will issue certificates of packag-
es (anid place the tickets in bank for security) at
26 Whole Tickets $300 26 Quarters $75
26 Half Tickets $1501 26 Eighths 37,50
26 Sixteentha $18,75.
Orders for prompt and careful attention should be
addressed to the old established honse of
ap8 4t EMORY & CO,, Baltimore.
GLORIOUs, .
IIEISLER & CO. GO AHEAD and enrich all
Your triends.-Combination Nos. 30 75 78,
whole ticket in the Maryland Lottery, drawn yester-
day, April 5th, $10,000 prize.
Combination Nos. 13 42 74, Virginia Lottery, class
D, April 3, $2,030 prize. Sold by the all lucky
HEISLER & CO.
APRIL-RICH SPDENDID SCHEMES.
HEISLER & CO. promise to use their usual lib-
erality to all who may address them at Head Quar-
ters for prizes, No. 1, North Calvert st. Baltimore,
Md. Attention is particularly invited to the Union
Lottery, to be drawn on the 17th inst.
RICH AND SPLENDID LOTTERY.
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, Class F, draws
April 24th, at Alexandria, Va.
GRAND SCHEME.
1 prize ol $30,000 I1 prize of $1,017
I do 10,000 100 do 1,000
I do 5,000 10 do 300
1 do 3.000 28 do 250
1 do 2,500 &c. &c. &c.
Tickets $10; halves $5; quarters 2,50; eighths 1,25.
A Package of 25 whole tickets,containing all the com-
bination of numbers, from No. 1 to No. 75, will come
to................$. 250
And must draw........110
Which leaves risk... 140 on 25 whole tickets.
Halves.............. 70
Quarters............ 35
Eighths............. 17 50
At thts rate, say for 25 whole tickets, there need
only be paid $140-shares as above stated.
ALEXANDRIA LOTTERY, Class 15 for 1841,
draws at Alexandria, D. C., April 20th. Splendid
Lottery for the price of tickets, which are only $3;
halves 1,50; quarters 75 cents
HANDSOME SCHEME.
1 prize of $9,000 5 prizes of $1,000
1 do 2,0001 5 do 500
1 do 1,51o [ 5 do 200
1 do l,2974 I 20 do 150
&c. &c. &c &c.
A Package of 25 whole ticket contains all the Nos.
from No. 1 to No. 75, will come to........ $75
And must draw.................... 35
Which leaves risk on 25 tickets.... .$40
Halves ............................ 20
Quart zrs ........................... 10
Theme need only to be paid $40 hor 25 whole tick-
ets, shares as above sealed.
In a package of tickets you may draw the four high-
est Capital Prizes.
The Drawings of every Lottery are published by us
daily in the Baltimore Sun, and sent free of charge to
distant advantmre, or b'v letter it requested.
Another splendidly 1..-.trry to ndv-i,,t~..o a'leaSg.
Distant adventures, do not let slip this splenhdJ oppor-
tunity for a package of tickets or shares in this splen-
did Lottery, which may draw you over 100,000 dol.
lars. Orders arldressed to us may rely on the most
prompt and confidential attention. In all cases when
we send a certificate the tickets are deposited in hank
for safety. It is a 78 number lottery and sixteen
drawn ballots, which make out of every six tickets
at least tour prizes. There are more three number pri-
zes in this lottery than any one ever drawn. It is
without exception, the most splendid lottery ever
drawn. As tickets no doubt will be scarce, we solicit
our friends and distant adventurers to purchase early.
To insure a good selection of Nos. and the splendid
capital prices address your communications to HEIS-
LER & CO., Baltimore, Md.
60."000 DOLLARS.
30,000 DOLLARS, 16,000 DOLLARS.
UNION LOTTERY, .y authority oat fe President
of the United States, tor internal improvements in
Alexandria, D. C.; State Treasury, Delaware College
and Common Schools, in the State of Delaware; Use-
ful Manufactures in the State of Souih Carolina;
Green and Puluski Monument, in the City of Savan-
nah amd State of Georgia; public institutions in the
States of Louisiana and Kentucky.
Class No. 2 for 1841, to be positively drawn at Alex-
andria, D. C., on Saturday, 17th day of Aptil, 1841,un-
der the superintendence of commissioners appointed.
78 number lottery-16 drawn ballots.
D. S. Gregory & Co, Managers.
GRAND CAPITALS.
1 prize ot $60,000. 5 prizes of $1750
1 do 30,000 10 do 15o0
I do 15,000 10 do 1250
1 do 10,000 50 do 1000
1 do 8,000 50 do 500
1 do 7,000 50 do 400
1 do 6,000 1100 do 300
1 do 5,000 I 100 do 250
1 do 4,1)00 170 do 200
I do 2,500 124 do 150
1 do 2,311 124 do 100
4 prizes of 2,000 &c. &c. &c.
Tickets $20, halves $10,quarters $5; eighths $2,-
50, sixteenths $1 25.
A package of 26 Whole tickets, containing all the
combination Nos. from No. 1 to No. 78, will come to
26 wholes $520
Must draw 220
Risk, $300
Which need only to be paid.
Certificates we will sell at the following rates :
26 whole tickets $300


26 half tickets 150
26 quarters 75
26 eighths 37v
26 sixteenths 18i
We again solicit the attention ofcitizens and distant
adventurers to the advantages of purchasing by the
package, as by this mode you have double the chance
for the amount paid-say for 26 tickets which comes
to $520, there need only be paid $300, shares in pro-
portion.
Orders from any part of the Union, addressed to our
office, will inmeet the same prompt and careful atten-
tion as though personally present. Address
E. HEISLER & CO
No. 1 N. Calvertst., Baltimore, Md.
Orders through the Baltimore Post Office will meet
with prompt and confidential attention, ap 7
BACON, LARD, BUTTER, t LOVER-
SEID, &c.
0c 40 LBS. SMALL SIZED
00ufV PENNSYLVANIA BACON.
Hog round
15,000 lbs. Middlings do
750 kegs No. I LARD, in shippingorder
250 Western BUTTER, do do
34 hbls Roll do
230 bushels CLOVERREED. free of ripple
50 TIMOTHY SEED
10 Tierces HONEY
350boxes 10-12, 8-10, 7-9, and 6-8 Window
GLASS. In store and for sale at low prices by
GEORGE & HAYS,
p 8 4t Exchange Place.
'I'EAS AND CASSIA.
L. M. HOFFMAN, Auctitneer.
L M. HOFFMAN & CO. will on WED-
a NESDAY 14th, at 10 o'clock, at the Phenix
Sales Roonm,sell part of the cargoes ot the ship Wash-
ington and Delki. consisting of-
700 CHESTS, 2500 HALF DO., AND
7 200 boxes YOUNG H YSON
300 chests and 25 half do HYSON
300 do Hyson SKIN
100 half do and 400 boxes GUNPOWDER
50 chests and 100 half do IMPERIAL
50 do and 200 half do POUCHONG
200 boxes ORANGE PECCO
4.000 matts CASSIA.
A large proportion of the above are of fine qualify
and country} packed.
Catalogues and samples will be ready the day pre-
vious. L.M. HOFFMAN & CO.
New York, April 5, 181tl. ap 7 dts
FUR SEAL SKINS.
L M.HOFFMAN & CO will sell on THURS-
DAY, 15th April at 12 o'clock, at No. 82 South
street, New York.
6000b LBS. IPUR SEAL SKINS,
60 4 superior in point of season, and con-
dition, to any former parcel. The skins will be ready
for examination two days previous to the sale.
New York. March 1841. ap2


ESIRABLE BUILDING LOT-Forsale
or lease, a large and beautifully situated Build-
ing Lot, on Lexington st., between Pine and Cove,
and adjoining the residence of Gen'l. Medtart. The
Lot has a front of 50 feet on Lexington street, and
runs back 220 feet to Josephine street. Apply to
ap 8 FOWLER & TYSON, South street.


PUBLIC SALES."
Dy Hoffmans 4 Co.
NO. 6 NORTH CHARLES STREET,
G LASS WARE.-THIS MORNING, 9th inst.,
at Ii o'clock, on the first floor of our warehouse,
we will sell hy Catalogue-
I PACKAGES Flint GLASS WARE,
23P6.F consisting of-Plain and Cut Tumblers;
Salts; Decanters; Lemonades; Molasses Cans; Celery
Vases; Cup Plates; Candlesticks; Sugars; Ink Stands;
&c. HOFFMANS & CO., Aict.
By Ilenary Beadel X" Co.
No. 11 GERMAN STREET.
ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, loth
inst. at 3 o'clock, we will sell an assortment of
SEASONABLE DRY GOODS.
ALSO.-
. OO S PIECES of Super and Extra Super
00 CLOTHS & CASSIMERES,comprising
the best lot ol Goods we have offered tnis season.
as 9 HHENRY BEADEL & CO.
By J. F. Osbourn X Co.
No. 32. S. CHARLES STREET.
TNEW & SUPERIOR FURNITURE.-We
N will sell on Monday MNorning, April 12, at 1 0,
at our store, a large selection of new and Baltimore
made FURNITURE, as Sofas; rocking Chairs; ma-
hogany and cane seat Chairs; pier and centre Tables;
dining and breakfast Tables; dressing Cabinets; Bu-
reaus; Bedsteads; Wardrobes, Sideboards, looking
Glasses, &c. &c. J. F. 0. & CO.
Will be adnied to the sale. a few pieces of Floor Oil
CLOTH, suitable for halls and passages.
Also.-To close, an invoice 20 or 30 new and fash -
ionable Coats and Pantaloons, &c.
ap 9 P J.F. OSBORN & CO:
A FAMILY CARRIAGE, late style, with
harness complete for one horse.
A SULKY and HARNESS.
A BLACK MARE, racks well, 7 years old this
spring, small size, and suitable for a lady or a young
lad.
Will be sold on FRIDAY MORNING 9th, at j
before 10, at our store. Terms cash in Bankable mo-
ney. Additions to the sale will be received.
i BEAUTIFUL BUGGY WAGONS, one
with top and one without, will be added to our
sale on FRIDAY MORNING 9th, at I before 10.
Additions received.
ap7 J.F. OSBORN & CO.
GLASS & CROCKERY WARE-A desirable as-
sortment of GLASS & CROCKERY WARE, in lots
for family use, and will be sold on FRIDAY MORN-
ING 9th, at 10 o'clock.
ep9 P J F. OSBORN & CO.


Samuel It over, ucttioneer.
S. E. CORNER OF LOMBARD STREET, AND
MARSH MARKET SPACE.
LUMBER, LUMBER, AT AUCTION.-I
will sell on MONDAY MORNING NEXT,
12th inst. at 10 o'clock, the entire stock of Lumber of
Mr. Win. P. Mills, who is declining business. The
stock consists in part of the following lumber, &c.,
viz ;
Pannel common, select and common Cullings; dres-
sed and undressed flooring; Norway and Eastern
Shore joists, scantling and rafters; 4-4, 6-4, 8-4 anil 3
inch ash and oak, 2-4 poplar; curl maple scantling and
boards; 2 inch maple; 2-4 and 8-4 cherry; oak an l pine
timber; shingles; split and sawed laths; ark logs; and
many other things ton tedious to mention.
Terms-Sums under $100 cash; $100 to $200, 60
days; over $200, 4 months; notes with approved en-
dorsers with interest from date.
S.H. GOVER, Auct.
P. S. The sale will commence in the yards east of
the Falls, near the Bridge.
ap 8 P S. H. GOVER, Auct.
Byi Furlong Fanning.
Corner of Lombard and South Charles Streets.
SICILY LEMONS-On SATURDAY MORN-
ING, April 10, at 10 o'clock, at our Sales Rooms
in lots to suit purchasers-300 boxes Sicily Lemons
in prime order.
ap9 2t PC FURLONG & FANNING, Aucts.
SPLENDID SALE oF W ATCCHES, CLOCKS
tI JEWELRY CROCKERY & CHINA WARE,
FUNITURE. CARPETING, MOLASSES, Cheese
&c &c.--ON FRIDAY, SATURDAY, and MON-
D.AY MORNINGS, April 9th, 1oth and 12th, at our
sales rooms, at 10 o'clock, we will offer at public sale,
a splendid assortment of Gold and Silver, Lepine and
Plain English Watches. Also, an extensive assort-
ment of Jewelry, Brass and Wood Clocks, Furnilure,
China and Fancy Ware, &c. &c.
N. B. Will be added to our sales, a lot of superior
Attakapas MOLASSES, in hhds. and bbls. Also, a
lot of superior CHEESE, in boxes. Terms cash in
bankable money. FURLONG & FANNING,
aps9 3t Aucts.
By %1 V. Iool,
60 BALTIMORE STREET.
TWO VALUALLE PROPEBTIES-In
Boyd Ann street, which runs from Cove street,
to Hollins street market, per auction or private sale.
On TUESDAY, April 13, at 5 P.M.,on the premises,
A i those two new two story Frame Dwel- I
T lings, built by Edward Andre.a, 15 feet
11N each, front,50 deep; on each floor aret
two rooms and finished garret, now paying 12 per ct.
Terms at sale. For private sale, 10 barrels Saleratus;
10 superior Iron Chests, fire proof.
ap 5 eo H. W. BOOL, Jr. Auct.
A DAY SALE OF SPLENDID ROOKS.
ALLLIBRARY EDITIONS AT AUCTION.
-ON SATURDAY MORNING, April 10th,1841, at
10, at my auction Store, and it may be said without
reserve to be the most select and beautiful editions
yet offered by the undersigned among which are all
of Harpers Novels, the latin and Greek classics, cor-
rectly translated; thechristian and classical library;
Mlaltebron; the Pickwick library; Richardson's eele-
br.t. E mlimth Dictionary, 2 vol. quarto. Shakes-
peare s works: Piclrwuici library, naotioal history-
views of London; American Encyclopedia, 1 vol;
Newton's works; Lord Byron; Marryatt's Works; all
the Romances and library edition of Swift, Sicollelt,
Fielding, &c. a splendid collection of diamond, edi-
tlons of all the poets; drawings anddesigns; Sheridan
Knowles works; work on steam; locomotives and en-
gineering generally; also of mathematics, &c;the quan-
tity is about one thousand volumes, and no dupli-
cates. Catalogues on Wednesday, the 7th inst. The
whole are now for inspection.
ap 5 eo H. W. BOOL, Auct.
DDITIONAL to my sale on Saturday Morn-
ing next, by printed catalogue, at my store, a
small but select Library of Law
Harrison's Digest. 2 vols; Phillips on Insurance, 2
vols; Whealon's Digest; Reports from the various
States and Territories; Law Dictionary; Bankrupt
Laws; Spectator, 2 vole; Greek Lexicon; Silk Grow.
era's Guide; Diamond, Greek, Latin and French Clas-
sics.
School and other Books.-50 Expositors; 50 various
Arithmetic; 100 Juvenile Readers; 200 Spelling
Books; 360 Cobb's Sequel, Dictionaries, &c.; 200
Book Keeping.-A select Library of splendid London
Books, many of them the finest editions ever offered
in this market.r ap 6 H.W. BOOL.
'TRAW BONNET WAREROOMS, No.
I 185 Baltimore st. (up stairs.)-The subscribers
have on hand a large and general assortment of GOODS
in their line-consisting in part of Florence Braid,
English, Eleven Braid, Devon, Silk and Fancy Bon-
nets; Palm Leaf and Tissue Hoods; Leghorn and Palm
Leaf Hats (trimmed and plain;) Ribbons; Artificial
Flowers; Umbrellas and Parasols.
The above Goods will be sold low for cash or topunc-
tual customers. LEWIS M. WARNER & CO.
ap 8 Wholesale Dealers.
ASTERN FUNDS-$81000 DRAFT on New
York, due 4 &7 May.
81200 DRAFT on Boston, due 26 and 29 April,
both accepted, for sale by
WMA. McDONALD & CO.
ep8 P d4t 87 Bowly's wharf.
ALTIMORE & OHIO RAIL ROAD
NOTES-Wanted at low rates, by
H. WIGMAN,
aps8 Opposite Post Office.
XCIIANGE ON BOSTON-83,185 96 Bunk
Checks, in sums to suit purchasers, for sale by
WM.GUNNISON,
ap 8 99 Bowly's wharf.
E CHANGE ON LON DON .-Two Colonial
Bank Bills forP6500 sterling each, for sale by
R. & H. R. '1 UCKER,
ap8 38 S. Gay st.
BRAN KLIN BANK NOTES & CHECKS
Bought at best rates, by
H. WIGMAN,
apO8 Opposite Post Office.
-EWLYORKA & t-UNDS,
riPHILADELPHIA 1""1-"'
And TREASURY NOTES, wanted by
ap 2 CARTER., MORTON & CO
OTTON HOl.ERt-just rec'd. and lor sale
by DEECKE & GERDES.
ap 6 41*? Lombard st. No. 59.
LD TENERIFFE WINE in hhds, quar,
S ter casks, and sixths, imported in 1837 and 1838.
For sle by ROBERT GILMOR & SONS.
ap 1 eo4t*
AT PRIVATE SALE.
S97 MONTEVIDEO HIDES, landing
6 w lrom barque E,'.mi'a., at Ramsay's
wharf. 1,000 bushels St. Ube- \ L f.
ap 8 d8t R. LEMMON & CO.
AMERICAN THEATRE-FRONT NT.
r HE THEATRE will remain closed lorhe
K present week, during which time will be in ac-
tiae preparation the grad Drama of
ROOK WOOD; OR THE GIPSEY QUEEN,
RICHARD TURPIN, THE HIGHWAY-
MAN, and his celebrated Mare BONNY
BLACK BESS.
A CARD-Mr Duamsoii respectfully mntoims his
friends ansu the public that his continuing in-
crease of pupils, and liberal engagements to furnish
Guide to a number of schools, have Iinduced him
hios to make arrangements hor continuing another
year in Bahimmore. The merits of the Guide are so
generally known, that it is only necessary to mention
I Mr. D.'s intentions to insure him a continuance ot
the patronage that has been so liberally extended to
him the past year. Ladies class meets at3 P. M.-
Rooms 41 Balto. st. ap 7
POCKET BOOK FOUND, containing a small
sum of money. Esquire at this office.
ap 7 P______
^T, UBES SALT.-About 15.000 barrels St
? Ubes SALT, cargo of shIp Ocean, stored at Don-
nell's wharf. For sale in lots to suit purchasers by
OELRICHS & LURMAN
ap 6 eotm3w P 31 South Charles street.
OR SALE.-A very superior AWVNING
FRAME and Awning at No. 272 Baltimore St.-
Enquire of GEO. BAUGHMAN & CO.
mh 27 tf 207 Baltimore st.
NURSE WANTED-The advertiser wishes to
hire a respectable white woman, to go to the
country for the Summer. Her duties will be to act
as a nurse and chambermaid, in a family where there


are several young children. It is desirable that she
should be a good seamstress, and that she should be
willing to assist in any ol the domestic duties of the
family that may be required of her. To one who will
engage in these capacities, a home in a pleasant part
of the Country will be afforded. The most unexcep-
tionable references will be required. Apply at this
office. ap8 d4t


S-PUBLIC ALEi.


By 1Pm. G. garrison.
O'DONNBLL'S WHARF.

q HURSDAY, the 15th inst. at IlI o'clock, at the
.warehouse, O'Donnel'a wharf--
"i l- ~BAGS RIO GREEN COFFEE, c
30' of recent importation. c
W. G. HARRISON.
Will be added to the sale on Thurcday, 15th- b
tllC BAGS RIO COFFEE, cargo brig p
2 4 O W Arctic. Will be added,
60 tons Pig IRON, high Metal. 1
ap8 W.G.HARRISON.
SN WEDNESDAY NEXT, 14th inst.atll o'- I
cloch, at the warehouse O'Donnel's wharf,
1 Topsail of New EnglishiDUCK
2 Main Top Gallant Sails do
1 Main Course Russia do
1 Mizen Top G. Sail English do
1 do do do do
1 Fore top mast stay Sail wide Russia do
ap 8 W, G. HARRISON.
By J. I. Gross.
OLD TOWN AUCTION STORE, No, 88, COR-
NER OF N. GAY AIND FRONT STREETS.
V-ALUABLE FAWN ST. PROPERTY.
-I will sell on THURSDAY 15 at 5 o'clock, on
the premises, that highly valuable LOT of GROUND
situate on Fawn street, near Trinily Church. The
Lot fronts Fawn street 40 feet and runs back about 100
-A feet, and is improved by atwo story Brick
ITflDwelling HOUSE with a Frame back build-
1I ing; the whole property is subject to a Ground
Rent oh $33.33 per annum. The above property is
susceptible of very great improvements by a judicious
arrangement, and is rapidly increasing in value, being
in the direct neighbourhood of the termination of all
our railroads and must before long become the centre
of business. Property is leasing at $3 in the neigh-
bourhood and is sought at that price. Terms J cash,
4 months, with interest. Title indisputeble.
ap 9 PS d. J. I. GROSS, Auct.
FRANKLIN BANK STOCK-I will sel; on
MONDAY, 12th, at 1 o'clock, atthe Exnhango
for account of whom it may concern-
Qf SHARES FRANKLIN-BANK STOCK.
3 2'Terms cash.
lip 8 J. I- GROSS, Auc.
VALUABLE HIGH STREET PROPER-
TY-Executors Sale-1 will sell on TiUES-
DAY 20th April at 4 o'clock on the premises that
Highly Valuable LOT OF 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
Sin good repair and on the centre of the lot a I
aS story Brick Building, and on the rear of the
Lot a Brick Lime house which is rented at $20 per
annum. The property is in fee simple. Terms one
third cash the balance at 6 and 9 months with inter-
est. SAMUEL WILSON. Executor.
mh 24 PS eo J. 1. GROSS. Auct.
ITALUABLE MARKET SPACE PRO-
S PERTY.-I will sell on Wednesday 14, at 4,
on the premises, that highly valuable Property situate
on the east side of Marsh market Space No. 37, be-
tween Hawk and Lombard streets. The property
fronts the space 25 feet and runs back 60 feet-im-
proved by a two story frame building, the
IE whole subject to a ground ront of $42. Terms
ftU. cash, balance 6 and 12 months, with inter-
est. Title indisputable.
The above property is justly estimated amongst the
most valuable in the city-the location as a business
place is not surpassed, and it aftores ample room tfor
improvement or speculation. It rents at S 300.
ap 7 J.I. GROSS, Auct.
VALUABLE PROPERTY-POSTPONED
SALE.-I will sell on THURSDAY, 16th April
on the premises at 4 o'clock, that valuable Lot of
Ground situated on the corner of Charles st. and Guil-
ford alley, a few donrs from Lee st. and fronts 26 feet 8
inches on Charles street, running back with the whole
front of 75 feet on Guilford Alley, improved by a dou-
J L ble two story Brick Store and Dwelling, ar-
M ranged for 2 houses on Charles street and on
jIU the rear of the lot there is also a two story
Brick House arranged for two Houses, and in the
rear of the latter there is a lot fronting about 15 feet
on Guilford Alley and running the same depth as the
front on Charles st. This property has rented for
$280, and for the last three years has been under rent
to a punctual tenant at 275 dollars per annum,ground
rent, $26 67 on the whole. This property is daily in-
creasing in value, and the location is one oh the best
in the neighbourhood for a Store. Terms one half
cash, balance at 4 and 9 months, with approved se-
curity and interest from day of sale.
ap8 PS J.I. GROSS, Auct.
ENTEEL FURNITURE.-I will sell on
MONDAY the 12th, at 10 o'clock in Monument
street, second door from Canal st, a Lot of Genteel
Furniture-the property of a Gentlemen retiring
from Housekeeping-in part Cane Seat and Winsor
Chairs; Mahogany Dining and Breakfast Tables;
Carpets, Beds, Bedsteads; Washstands; Clock; China
Class and Queensware; Andirons, Shovels and Tongs,
Fender; Looking Glasses, &c. with Furniture tor
Kitchen purposes,.-Also parlour and Cooking
Stove-Also I Cow. J. I. GROSS.
ap8 S
HANDSOME FURNITURE-I will sell on
TUESDAY, at 10, in Exeter st. directly oppo-
site the Methodist Meeting house, a lot of very hand-
some furniture, the property of a family about to em-
bark for Europe; in part cane seat and mahogany
chairs; mahogany dining, breakfast and card tables;
looking glasses; passage, & parlor stair rods, andirons;
shovel and tongs; chamber and stair carpets; china,
glass and crockery; knives and forks; spoons; hat
rack, feather beds; blankets and bedding; bureaus;
washstanius; bowls and pitchers; mahogany and ma-
ple bedsteads; bureaus; dressing cabinet wardrobes,
&c. with a lot of furniture, for culinary purposes.
ap 8 d SP__ __ J. I. GROSS, Auct.
TFRUSTEE'S SALE.-By virtue ofa aecreelot
Baltimore County Court, sitting as a Court of
Equity, the undersigned trustee will otreri at public
sale, on the pemises, on FRIDAY, the 9th day of
April, 1841, at 4, P. M., ALL THAT LOT, PIECE
OR PARCEL OF GROUND AND PREMISES,
situate, lying and being in the city of Baltimore, which
is contained within the following metes and bounds;
Beginning for the same at the intersection formed by
the south side of Jefferson street and the east side of
Spring street, and running thence east, bounding on
Jefferson street, sixteen feet, to the centre of a parti-
tion wall,thence south seventy-four feet, more or less,
to an alley ten feet wide, to be left open from Caro-
line to Spring street; thence west, sixteen feet, to
Springstreet, and thence north, bounding on Spring
street, seventy-four feet, to bhe beginning. Upon this
t lot is erected a substantial three story BRICK
HOUSE, with small back buildings, rough
cast. and well calculated for a store, for which
it was originally intended, and has since been used.
The ground rent is $16 per annum, which, together
with all taxes due, will be paid by the trustee, to the
day of sale.
Trrms of sale :-- cash, and the residue in 3 equal
payments, at 6, 9 and 12 months, with interest, to be
secured by promissory notes, with security, to be ap-
proved of by the trustee.
WILLIAM H. COLLINS,
mh 8l lawl3dAdt8 Trustee.
U"JOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE BY
AUCTION.-On FRIDAY Next, the 9th of
April, at one o'clock in the afternoon, will be offered
for sale at the Exchange on accommodating terms,the
following valuable PROPERTY-
LOT 1. In fee-one large and valuable Lot of build-
ing Ground, situate on the north east corner of Sara-
toga and Republican streets, fronting two hundred
feet on Saratoga street, one hundred and twenty eight
feet on Republican street, and two hundred feet on
Sarah Ann street.
LOT 2. In lee either together or separately, four
convenient brick built DWELLINGS, with two sto-
ries and a basement; and Lots tronting 13 test on Sara-
togt street and running back 128 fest to Sarah Ann
street.
A LOT 3. Three convenient and well built
Dwelling HOUSES, with good back build.
Iloings, situated on Fayette between Paca and
Green streets, with convenient sized lots. The three
Houses produce a rent of five hundred dollars per
annum, subject to a ground rent of $100.
N. B. The above property will be sold low to close
a mortgage. For particular apply to
FOWLER & TYSON, '
ap 5 PRS South st.


LADY'S HORSE.
^ FOR SALE-A riding MARE,
perfectly gentle and quiet, and remarka-
ble for the ease of her gaits, suited for the
iuse of a lady or young person learning
to ride. She will be sold very low, as
the owner has no further use for her. Enquire at this
Office. d4teod4t ap 8
A HORSES FOR SALE.-Several
pairs of match HORSES, gentle and
well broken to harness. Also, several
saddle and single Harness Horses, some
of which are fast. Thev may be seen at
JOHN STEWART'S Stables,
North Calvert street,
ap 7 d Opposite the City Spring.
F OR SALE LOW-A servant Woman, a good
cook, washer and ironer, will be sold for a term
of years. Apply ac this office. ap 8 4t*
A N EXCELLENT WAITER FOR HIRE
-A Young NEGRO MAN, brought up as a
Waiter, and who has lived in that capacity from his
boyhood in several genteel families, may be hired for
the term of one year. Enquire at this office,
ap8'd
FOR SALE-1I Drum 18 feet long, lit in diame-
ter, with 3 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 125 feet long, 9 inches diameter,bear-
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 a good builer.
The above will be sold low on application to the
subscriber. JOHN H. HASKELL,
ap 2 eo4t P Eutaw st. near Pratt.
AINE MERCER POTATOES.--Prime
I article for family use and for seed; in lots to
suit purchasers--fbr sale by
SAM. H. WHITTINGTON,
ap2 eo4t No. 8 Dugan's wharf.
EW PACKED BEEF.-
N 200 bbls. family Mess BEEF Of a superior
100 do and I bbls do quality, fmcorn
100 do prime do ifed cattle. For
50 do No. 1 do )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 1 2awtlstMa
VU^IDE WATER CANAL NOTES will jbe
K received at par, in payment fom LUMBER by
the subscriber, who has on hand about
2004 0 FEET of Select and Com-
0004 mon 4-4 SEASONED CUL-
LINGS, which he will deliver in Baltimore, in large
or small parcels, atsuch prices as cannot fail to please,
Address, post paid J.W. ABRAHAMS.
Port Deposit, 5th April, 1841.-ap 6 8 eo6t
S OAP AND CANDLES, of all qualities con-
S stantly on hand at the Manufactory, Saratoga
street, between Gay and Holliday street.
SAML. G. HYDE.
3000 bushels BLACK ASHES. ap 5 eo4t*


0


Plain GOODS.
STOCK OF HOSIERY.
Excellent Black Cotton STOCKINGS, seleve
Do White Cotton do do
Ladies' and Misses, and Gentlemen's and Children's
STOCKINGS-of every kind.
And the stock of STRAW & LEGHORN GOODS,
while I am still selling off, will receive every day
fresh additions from my Wholesale Establishment in
Baltimore street-so that I shall never have any thing
but Fresh GOODS, very cheap as usual, at
CHARLES JOHN HART'S,
Retail Store, Lexington st.
CARPETING.
Woollen Stair CARPETING, quarter and fip
Yard wide good quality do. half and eleve
Straw MATTING, quarter; handsome Check'd do.
FURNITURE DIMITY, for spreads, &c. three tips.'
mh 19 tf P
FRESH FRUIT, CONFECTIONARY, &c.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have just received and
offer for sale the following articles, viz.
^t | BOXES RAISINS, wholes, halves and
70 Lq quarters, of the best quality
50 boxes BLOOM do
300 drums of FIGS, of the London selected
10 cases PRUNES, in jars and lancy boxes
10 trails DATES
50 boxes CITRON
50 do fresh she'd ALMONDS
30 do Butter do
50 do Sicily ORANGES, in prime order
203 do fresh Messina LEMONS, prime. order
20 bags Malaga ALMONDS
40 boxes ROCK CANDY, white, red and brown
15 cases of French CORDIAL, prime article
25 cases of Brandy Fruits and Anchovies, prime
40 bags PALM NUTS
20 do WALNUTS
10 do FILBERTS
500 bushels American and African Ground Nuts,
prime
10 kegs TAMARINDS, in prime order
175 bbls New Orleans Molasses, prime
50 bbls Brazil SUGAR, prime
20 boxes Havana SUGAR
2000 prime COCOA NUTS
200 half boxes SARDINES, prime
20 cases BRANDY FRUIT
1000 Havana ORANGES, of the best quality
50,000 Havana Principe and American SEGAR8
12 tierces Levate's HONEY, prime
o100 mats CINNAMON, prime article
20 cases LEMONSYitUP
50 dozen Bellall's CORDIALS, of our own man-
ufactory
40 halt kegs GRAPES, in prime order
10 bbls CRANBERRIES, in good order
Cages, by the barrel, box or retail, of all qualities.
A large assortment of TOYS, together 'wilth a fist
rate assortment of CONFECTIONARY, of our own
manufacture.
All the above articles we will sell on the lowest
terms. KIDD & WHITE,
No. 8 East Baltimore street.
N. B. Country merchants and dealers are repecf-
fully invited Io call and examine their stock before
purchasing. K. & W.
ap 6 PAr 2aw4t


PU BLIC S.ILES.
By N ever, C annon w Co.
No. 28 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
FURNITURE OF A PRIVATE FAMILY.
On TUESDAY MORNING, 13th inst. at 10 o'-
clock, we will sell, in Hamilton street, second door
east of Cathedral street, the Furniture of a family de.-
clining house-keeping. We name in part, one extra
finished Piano Forte, a superior instrument, made
by Hiskey; Three-ply, Ingrain and Venitian Car-
pets; Rugs; Cane Seat and Windsor Chairs; ElIpic
enut dining Tables; Pillar and Claw do; one Sideboard;
E ptian Marble Top Centre Table; Card Tables do;
arge mantel Looking Glasses; Pier do; one mahogany
Writing Desk and Book Case; spring seat Sofa; par-
lor Stove; parlor Andirons; Shovel and Tongs;
silver plated Candlesticks; mantel Vases; Chi-
na and Glass Ware, viz: white China Tea Set, gold
band; China Pitchers&c; heavy cut Celeriesi Wines;
cut glass Lamps, &c ; stairCarpet; brass Stair Rods;
mahogany and maple Bedsteads; column and plain
Bureaus; very superior Feather Beds;hair Mattresses;
Bedding; mahogany Wardrobe; chamber Tables;
Washstands; Ewers and Basins; one very superior
Saddle for lady, nearly new, &c.
Terms cash, in bankable money.
ap9 ts WEVER, CANNON &CO., Aucts.
NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNI-
S TURE, CUT GLASS WARE, &c.-On SAT-
URDAY MORNING, April 10th inst. at 10 o'clock,
at our Sale Rooms, No. 28 Soulh Charles street, we
will sell an assortment of new and second hand Maho-
gany and other Furniture, viz. Bureaus; Sideboards;
Card, dining and breakfast Tables; Solas; Spring seat
Rocking Chairs- Cane do; Mohogany Wardrobes; La-
dies Cabinet-, with:swingtng Glasses and Marble tops,
high and low post Bedsteads, &c. &c. Also.
CUT GLASS WARE.-To close an invoice, we
will sell immediately after the Furniture. a fine collec-
tion of heavy Cut Glass Ware, viz. Decanters;Celle.
ries; Tumblers; Pitchers; Lemonades; Centre Bowls,
&c. ap 8 WEVER, CANNON & CO. Aucts.
SIOCK OF DRY GOODS AT AUCTION,
On Monday Morning, 12th April, at 10 o'clock
at the store No. 215 Baltimore street, (second door
west of Snarp street,) we will sell without reserve
Ior cash, the entire stoak of piece and cut DRY
GOODS contained therein--Comprising almost
every article in that line of business. We enumerate
as part, blue and black Cloths; blue, drab and lancy
Cassimeres; mix'd and blue Salinets; British and D --'' "
mestic Prints; French Chintz; white and red Flan-
nels; col'd and unbleached canton do; blacl,blue;
black and cold Silks; fig'd anti plain Satin Vestings,
Merino and Marseilles do; fig'd Silk do; super Silk
and Cotton Hosiery; crape and plain summer Ctolhs;
Thread Laces and Edgings; Bobbinet; cambric and
jaconet Muslin; Silk Hd'Ifs; cotton do; Linen Cam-
bric do; Gloves; Silk Braids;.Burlaps; Sheetings; spool
Cotton; Tapes; a large assortment oh Buttons, &c &c.
Also.-The Store Fixtures, viz. 2 long Counters, 2
short do; Desks, case of Drawers; Book Stand, &c.
ar8 PC WEVER, CANNON & CO. Aucta.
T TRUSTEES' SALE.-A STEAM ENGINE,
MACHINERY, TOOLS, AND MATERIALS.
for the use of Coach and Car Makers. By virtue of
anorder passed by Baltimore County Court, the sub-
scribers, as permanent trustees of Dexter C. Force,
willoffer at public sale on FRIDAY, the 9th day of
April, at 10 o'clock, A. M. at the Factory recently
conducted by said Force at Canton:-
A Steam Engine and boilers, of 12 horse power; five
Lathes, and 430 pieces of Turning shop Tools.
Two upright Drills and appurtenances
One Planeing Machine
One Morticing do
One Boreing and Tennoning do
One Bolt Cutting do
One Circular Saw, extra plates and appurtenances
One Upright do
Nine pairs of Smith's Bellows
Nine Anvils
Eighteen Iron Vices
Nine Sets Tongs, Swedges, Heading-tools, Punches,
&c. &c. 150 pieces.
Fifteen Work-benches, with five wooden vices, &c.
One Paint Mill
Paint Stones, Mudlers, &c.
Paints, Oils, Varnish, Cans, Brushes, &c.
Coach, Gig and Eliptic Springs
Wood-screws, Nails, Bolts, and Nuts
Coach Trimmings, Mountings, &c.&c.
A quantity of Coal, do Plank, do Pannell Stuff
Four Barouche Bodies
Two Phaton do
One Cab do
One Draska do
Two Coach do
Three Buggy do &c. &c.
Also some household Furniture, consisting in part
of-One Sofa, hair seat; one doz. Chairs, cane seat.
one Mahogany Sideboard; one do Table; one do
Washstand; one do Bureau; two Carpets; two looking
Glasses; one Book case and Books, &c. &c.
Catalogues will be prepared antd the articles may
be seen on Wednesday, the 7th day of April.
Tne terms of sale are for sums not exceeding $100
cash: above $100 and not exceeding $500, 3 months;
of $500 and upwards. 3 and 6 months for approved
endorsed notes. ALONZO LILLY, Z Permanent
GEO. W. KREBS, 5 Trustees.
mh 18 eots WEVER, CANNON & CO. Anuct.
By R. lf. Hall X Co.
NO. 24 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
POSTPONED SALE, FROM THURSDAY
8th to MONDAY 12th inst. Lot of Ground on
Cathedral street, on Monday next, the 12th inst. at 4
o'clock, P. M. on the premises, we will sell a Lot of
Ground, beginning 125 feet from a corner formed by
the north side of Tyson' and West side of Cathedral
street; thence by a line at right angles with ('Cathi-dral __..--
street to a 20 feet alley, 120 feet to the East side of
said alley; thence parallel with the said alley and
west side of Cathedral street 25 feet to the place of
beginning. R. M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
ap 9 d3t
PACKAGE SALE OF ENGLISH GLASS
WARE AND PUTTY.-On SATURDAY
NEXT, the 10th inst. at 10 o'clock, A. M., at the auc-
tion rooms, we shall sell a large quantity at NEW-
CASTLE GLASS WARE, as cut, fluted j pint tum-
bles, ground cut tumblers, bowl wines fluted; one
fifth qdqait and 5 pint best and tale tumblers; Wines,
ground bottoms: cut and plain Decanters; French
Lamp Chimnies; Lotus 5, 6 anti 7 inch Moons; Globe
Lamps; Carboys with Spiral Stoppers; 8, 9 and o10
inch Astral Shades; Druggists Ware, as graduated
drop, 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 12, 16 and 24 oz measures, &c. &c.
ALSO, t11 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 tour months for approved en-
dorsed notes. R. M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
Will be added to our sale on Saturday, the 10th mnt.
for account of whom it may concern-
7 KE.GS BLACK PAINT, damaged.
ap 6 R M AR.IM, HALL&CO
WHAT A CHEAP BONNET!
WHERE DID YOU GET IT?
B LESS ME 1 such a Fashionable Florence for
$2, and a large size HOOD, quarter and fip
Misses Florence, geod sizes, one dollar and half
Boys do. HATS, one dollar
Boys LEGHORNS, halt dollar
Misses Leghorn FLATS
Ladies' English Double Mixt BONNETS, $1
Boys Double Rim LEGHORN
Infant's very fine do, Call in and see a
REAL SELLING OFF.
COTTON GOODS.
Splendid Furniture Calicoes, fip
Heavy Wide SHEETINGS, tip
Bleached MUSLINS, good quality, fip
Long Cloth Shirting MUSLIN, superior, ten cents
Excellent GINGHAMS, eleve
Splendid Lawn, tar Dresses, fast colors, quarter
Figured Curtain MUSLINS, three fips
Cross-bar do. do
White Cambric do from eleve
TICKING, good quality, from ten cents
AMERICAN NANKEEN, eleve
LINEN GOODS.
Good Irish Linens, quarter and tip
Two-yards wide Bleached Table, half dollar
Large size brown Cloths, halt dollar
Brown Holland, eleve--Yand-wide Diaper, eleve
Linen Cambric HDKDS, eleve
SILKS.
Black GRO.DE-NAP, quarter and tip
Colored do three eleven
Blue Black do super, half dollar
With a very extensive assortment of Figured and












PUBLIC
TRUSTEE
B Y VIRTUEof a Decree
Chancery ef Maryland, t
at public sale, on THURS
of April next, at eleven o'
Blue Ball Tavern, on the
Reister'e Town to Hanover
the city of
All that VALUABLE
A STAN D,lying in Balti
"BLUE BALL TAVERN
S ty of John Crist, late
deceased, being parts of
Walk," and "Baxter's Foll
and fourteen acres, with
&c. &c. The turnpike road
perty. It is divided into
LOT No. 1.-Contains .9
ches. The Tavern House an
LOT No. 2.-Contains 15 a
ch
LOT No. 3.-Contains 13 a
ch
LOT No. 4.-Contains 20
this Lot binds on the cou
turnpike to Brown's mill,
ro
LOT No. 5.-Contains 8 acr
LOT No.6.-Contains 8 acr
LOT No. 7.-Contains 7 acr
AL
All that part of a Tract o
aforesaid, called "Hooke
containing II acres and 29
ted on the I.l.t in ide by G
for the sale n I the real es
ceased, by the No. I. and
John Crist, by
AL
All that part of said Tr
dovs Resurveye.1," lying
26 acres, 1 rood and 37 pe
the plat made by George G.
sale of the real estate of E
by the No, 2, and conveyed
in tee.
All that parcel of Land ly
ing parts of the Tracts c
surveyed," and "Manhei
acres and 1 rood of Land,
made by the said Belt, as -
real estate of the said Eli
by the No. 3, and convey
said Cris
AL
All the estate, legal and
Crist, in and to all his un
and to the real estate of G
Baltimore County, decease
or parcel of Land, calle
training 71 acr
AL
One other Tract or part of
Walk," containing seventy
acre of Land, more or le
Buildings thereon, lying i
same land which Francis
nell, by deed, dated 5th
to the said John Crist, and
ed in Baltimore County C
244, fi,
The above property is t
any further description of
lation to it will be given b
add those inclined to purch
premises, and Mrs. Elizab
Tavern, and Captain Wi
Hooker, Esq. residing near
The terms of sale are as
purchase money to be paid
sale by the Chancellor, on
fourth in nine months, a
months from the day of sale
stalment from the day of s
with sureties to be appro
Title Deeds and plates of
examined by applying to S
on Fayette street, in
SAMUEL
S. H.
mh 20 2awts
B UST'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 oh about 1
ated about 2 miles south o
joining the farms of John
licott Esquires. The
DWELLINGS on the pl
S Theland is nearly all
good wheat an
The terms of sale prescri
follows: one half the pur
six, and the rest in twel
sale-both payments to bear
ed by bond approve
J. J.
mh 23 2awta
&TOCKS are purchased
rates on time and good
furnished for
MONEY WANTED, and for
will be allowed and unque
A I 12 DWELLING HO
1Wpait of the City fot sa
nces
Several highly important
in Western Lands for
A TRACT OF LAND ot nea
in Allegany Comity, Mary
bargain for Casth or Real E
.__ 0 Handsome
tli centre, northern an
u r% for sale at
., iit' U N I' RENTS boug
STOCKS in most of the C
Instit
VESSELS sold or p
MORTGAGES, DRAFI'
BILLS OF EXCHANGE
Several highly valuable F
for
Tenants procured for Dwe
Sand collectionit of rent
to J. J.
General Commission A
mr 17 d312aw4w
VAI.T1%i.E- BA
I*\%MI, .\N1) MI
IIHE Subscriber will sell
T sonable terms, the foll
tate, I ing in Baltimore c
the City, between the Reisr
viz; About two hundred ac
of "Milford Enlarged," u
Farm." This place lies beau
numbenhr.of large fields-se
good harms in themselves
for ordir,,, r >"ri- n .i|i ,
fencing 0, ,-ri.-" i .- l
whole I' ;',-t" t. a pubthc
'xuru-n FARM H
Barn, ir ,,g..1 Itn ri '
nt.li a (,*J', sin I '.
".e-...,,i it,' above prot
sufficient land ,'ir,'.iini,
good. and the iii, ii.. h
proper ma
thufi-i portion of the es
sn- or i,,.- Liberty road,
also be sold. This tract c
the greater part ot it spl
neighborhood comparati
near a market, this cir
perty very desirable. Thi
adapted tn agric
The first mentioned tract
or in lots to suit purchase
Seat will be sold in connect
as may be
The teimns of sale will be
their inhortoation given i-
by application to J. J '
subscriber, at her dw
mh31 eo3w P
T" US'T1'b
IN PURSUANCE of the a
subscribers, by a deed of
creditonre, they will offer
change, at one o'clock
]5th day ot April next, th
perty,
A LOT OF GROUND lying
City of Baltimore, beginning
street 120 leel easterly f
ning thence easterly on Le


alley, thence southerly bin
feet, thence westerly 14 te
the beginning-subject to t
payable 1st Marc
S. The Improvements up
a twostory Brick
n good order and suitab
AL- .O-A LOT OF GROUP
of Baltimore, and beginni
Lombard and Eutaw street
twenty feet, thence norther
thence on Cider alley 20
thence ou Eutaw street 17
Lot is
A-A The improvements co
M 13 BRICK DWELLING, s
I Lomnbard street, and a
der alley, used as
ALSO-A LOT OF GROUND
east side of Exeter forme
inches southwardly from th
and Exeter streets-running
15 feet thence easterly 41
erly 15 teet and thence to
asearly ren
& The improvements (n
fM two story Brick DW
1 back bu
ALSO-24 shares Bait. i
9 do Union Manu
do Powhatan
The Terms of Sale will be
balance in equal payments
approved security and ir
JOHN GLENN,
mh 22 eo GEORGE W.
WEVER, CANNOT
REAL ESTA
No. 27 SEC
VALUABLE PROP
60 ACRES OF LAND, t
city ot Baltinore, near the
in high state ol cultivatio
with the exception of a sm
p.lovements but stabling hor
that wish to purchase land
time to get
f ALSO.-One two s
n situate in East Baltimor
enlistied Grocery stand,
rear,-those that wish to p
oove bu-iness will do wel
A. lately. Also-One three
U lsituate in Green st. near
1M .-.I lh best materials,
J..i, : i.-i year, w ill
A.A AI.SO.-One two
-InU ,ie in High street,
M CI i,.ll .:ilclulated for a
A.,-','ltuliv ini te purcha
list of city and
$800 TO BE LOAN
ap I B
a WANTED 1TO R N"
T HL)USE with back uil
ll.iony Houi-e in a cen
sion required in J
Apply to
S ap 1 d


--PuBJLW
SALE BY
N PURSUANCE of the provision
the General Assembly ofM
member Session in the ye
William Broadbent, by vir
to him by Thomas W. Broth
of September in the year 1
sale by auction on the
26th day of April next, at
ing Property, to wit:-al
celsofground situate and
more atoresaid which are
bounds courses and distance
-beginning for one of the
West side of Perry street
North-easterly from the c
section ofthe North-east si
said North-West side of
thence North.easterly, b
side of Perry street 14 f
parallel with Sterett str
feet to Spring Alley; then
on the South-Easterly side
thence South Easterly bouni
number twelve in the divis
derick Eblin, dec'd., by a s
beginning; and beginning
cels on the north west si
end of the first line of t
which place of beginning is
the corner formed by the
East side of Sterett street
side of Perry street, run
houndingon Perry street f
Westerly parallel with Ste
twenty teet, to Spring all
bounding on said alley, fo
the ground above describe
erly, by a straight line,
And beginning for one other
of the first line of the par
scribed and at the distance
l'.,.--eil3 from the corner f
-i.e N.nrin East side ofSt
West side of Perry street,
and bounding on the Nenth
fourteen feet, and eAtend
the width of 14 leet, and p
one hundred and twenty f
beginning for the other of
west side of Perry street,
ot the parcel of ground las
ning north easterly, boundi
Peiry street, fourteen tee
westwardly of equal width
one hundred and twenty fe
and subject to the yearly
for each of said parcels o
proportions on the first d
respectively, in each and
tinuaece 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 day
of sale cash. WI
mn31 d3 P*
TRUSTEE
B Y VIRTUE ot a Decree
Chancery of Maryland,t
tee, will on TUESDAY th
the Tavern of Benjamin Pa
timore County, at 3 o'clock
the following property; bein
Solomon Bowe
A LOT of cleared land,
near to Towson Town and ad
ham Yost and Thomas Hill
half acres of la
ALSO A LOT of cleared
Town, containing three 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 appl
mh 13 GEO.
N OTICE.-The credit
1 deceased, are hereby no
in the Chancery office, w
day of
mh 13 eots C GEO.
'ALUABLE ELKRI
S AT AUCTION--The subib
Public Sale, on FRIDA
at 11 o'clock, at Brown's Ho
property on which he resi
one mile from Ellicott's
Cotton Factory of Edward
about 430 acres of Granit
which will be sold in a bod
two separate tarms,.-one wi
A-& and embrace all the im
11of a very cortfortab
Mu stone Barn, a first a
and Stables, Ice-house, fi
other building requisite f
ple Orchard containing upwa
ed Jersey fruit, now in it
crops of Wheat, Rye and
lor a crop oh Corn; also a
thy. Every field is well
passes through the barn ya
ter power adjoining the pu
country
The other will contain a
quality, partly in grass and
each having a sufficie
There is no land on Elkri
growth of grain and grasses
provement by the use of cl
ous diseases are known o
is delicious, ann views n
State. For thle information
the premises from Baltimor
derick turnpike at the
Thistle Factory.
J. S. W
WEVER, CANNON
ap 5 eotl4
A-- l-UABLE C
HE subscriber is author
sale, the following very
at reason
1. Eight LOTS OF GROU
Cathedral street, covering
Hamiltor and Centre street
front of25 feet,and run back
alley 20 fe
2, Eight LOTS of the sam
street between H amin
3. Five LOTS OF GROUND
side of George street be
streets, each 25 fret wi
4. A LOT OFGROUNDan
of Calvert and Sarstoga street
st. 37 feet and running back
5. A LOT OF GROUND on
day st. 54 feet front
6, A LOT OF GROUND on
of Davis and Pleasant street
of Pleasant street C0 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 depth
8. 144 feet of vacant G
commencing four feet east
house built by C. Deshon
Smith. This ground has va
76 to
Proposals will be receive
the purchase of the foregoi
ty, the terms being one f
in one two and three years,
ed by notes of hand with a
ties.
se 21-2awtfif So
VALUABLE STO'
AATHAT well known
NESS, on the North Ea
5 moand Hanever streets.
ard and 33 feet ou Baltimore
and well calculated for t
cellent dry cellar under t
fine dry vault under the
sides of the building, sp
double row o


Possession will be given 1
ent occupant wishing to v
time. Apply to
JESSE SL
mh 2 eotf 5 r
Aa. FOR SALE-1hatdes
'IMDWELLING on the e
iBIL street above Sarato
above Saratogo st.) Thel
desirable in the city, and i
'welling fitted up in bea
stable with six stalls, tog
age house and other conve
one fourth cash, one fourth
and 4 year
inmh2JOHN R.
kFOR REN'T'-A tw
on the East side of St.
S ter runs rapidly from
ly it is very dry, it has
the garret down, newly p
parlour is very fine with foi
aspects suitable lor a gen
hv'ra3nt in the yard
in.. _-.7J M
FOR RENT-The three
Warehouse No. 246 Bal
M above Liberty st., fo t
by Messrs. Hupfield & Sc
goods store. An excellent
bu e,-.e ,p ,rtC.,la[ly,,,r
session can be given in a fe
ant, the rent will be low.
an 6 eo!8t P
SFOR RENT-A han
IlDWELLING, in North
.MlLCity Spring-containi
iois, .-six bed rooms, and tw
in then main building, and a
oftwo stories; excellent ce
ticulars enquire
ap 7
AM COUNTING R
and Storage.-On the
M house on Commerce st
with a disti
Cotton, or other light sto
upper lolts ol a Fire P
mh 29 tf
WAN'TE'D TO RE
HOUSE in a central si
m street or its vicinity
LUDLOW, PARS
ap 7
FOR RENT.-Two of
WAREHOUSES, on Balt
S Eultaw Hou
ap 5 3w C
-t FOR RENT-Th-
3 Hanover st. apply
S mh 27-dWd

tN OTICE.-The credit
S ILTON, an insolvent deb
to file their claims prope
Earnest, jr. Auditor of Ins
the subscriber, on or bef
next, preparatory to a divi
WM. GEORGE BAKER, P
mh 18 law4w*


T HIS IS TO GIVE NO
scriber haq obtained fr
Baltimore County, letters o
tateofMARGARETTA HICK
deceased. All persons hav
deceased, are hereby war
with the vouchers thereof,
fore the 16th day of Ju
wise, by law, be excluded f
tate. All persons indebted
quested to make i
Given under my hand this
mh 18 law4t WM
T HIS IS TO GIVE NOTI
scribers haye obtained
of Balto. County, letters
non with the will annexed
John McCabe, late of
All persons having claim
ed, are hereby warned to
vouchers thereof to the su
18th day of September ne
excluded from all benefit
indebted to said estate a
diate p
Given under our hands thi
'teen hundred
GEO. W. E. McCABE
HENRY H. McCABE,
mh 18 P
HIS IS TO GIVE NO
scribers have obtained
ol Baltimore County, letters
personal estate of JANE M
ty deceased. All persons
said deceased, are hereby w
with the vouchers thereof
before the 18th day of Sep
may be excluded from all b
persons indebted tol said e
immediate
Given under our hands thi
GEt). W. E. MA
HENRY H. McC
mh 18 law4w
71t11.SIS TO GIVE NO
A scriber halh obtained
of Baltimore County, let
bonis non, wilh the will a
tate of EDWARD COURSAU
ty deceased. All persons
said deceased, are hereby
with the vouchers thereof,
14 Howard street, Baltimo
day of September next; th
excluded from all benefit
indebted to said estate ar
ate pa
Given under my hand thi
thousand eight hun
HENRY CHAUT
mh 16
HIS IS TO GIVE
-- subscriber has obtained
of Baltimore County, lette
estate of MARY SISSON,
ceased. All persons having
are hereby warned to exhibit
ers thereof, to the subscr
day of September 1841; th
beexcluded from all benefit
sons indebted to said estate
mediate
Given under my hand, thi
ELIZABETH J.
mh 17 la4*
7 HllS IS TO GIVEN
L. scriber has obtained
Baltimore County, letters
personal estate of JOHN M
ty,deceased. All persons
said deceased, are hereby
with the vouchers thereof,
fore the 20th day ofAugnust
by law, be excluded from all
persons indebted to the sa
make p
Given under my hand this
THOMAS DAVI
mh 17 a]
pHIS IS TO GIVE NO
scriber has obtained
of Baltimore County, letters
estate of JOSHUA MEDTA l
deceased. All persons hav
deceased are hereby warned
the vouchers thereof to the
17th day of Sept. next, th
excluded from all benefit
indebted to said estate ar
ate pa
Given uader my hand this
ANA MARY ME
mh 17 law4w
j HIS IS TO GIVE N
S scriber has obtained fr
Baltimore County, letters
al estate of ANN E. PART
deceased. All persons havi
estate, are hereby warned t
vouchers thereot, to tihe sub
day of September next; t
excluded from all benefit
indebted to the said estate
mediate
Given under my hand thi
SUSAN M. FLEET
mh 11 law4t*
HIS IS TO GIVE NO
scriber has obtained fr
Baltimore County, letters
non, with there will annexed
GEORGE WIGART, Jr. late s
ed. All persons having claim
are hereby warned to ex
vouchers thereof, to the s
9th day of September next;
beexcluded urom all benefit
indebted to the said estate
mediate
Given under my hand this
ANDREW WIGART, A
mh 11 law4t*1w
IHIS ISTO GIVE N
-subscribers have obta
Court of Baltimore Coutnly,
on the perso nal ]slr of31k
f' sal county, deceased.
against the said deceased
hibit the same, with the vo
cribers, on or before the 1
wise they may, by law, be
of said estate. All person
are requested to make
Given under our hands thi
WM. HARDEN
JOHN R.YAT
N. B.-Persons having claim
the deceased will pleas
Harden, 622 I exintionn st
those indebted ,I i1 ii.h ,
mh 20
7r!H IS IS TO GIVE N
.l scriber has obtained f
Baltimore County, letters o
sonal estate oh GEORGE
said county, deceased All
against thIe said deceased a
the same with the vouchers
on or behorelhe 20th day o
otherwise ty law be exclude
estate. All persons indebt
requested to make
kGiven under my hand thi
mh 20 JOHN H. B.
HIS I TO GIVE NO'
scriber has obtained
of Baltimore County, lett
will annexed on thIe esta
of said county deceased.
against the said deceased
hibit the same with the vo
scriber, on or before the
they may otherwise by law
efit of said estate. All p
estate are requested to
Given undte my hand this
mh21 law4t*
73 NlS IS TO GIVE NO
scriber has obtained I
of Baltimore County, lette
estate ot A SAEL WILSON,
ceased. All persons having
deceased are hereby warne
the vouchers thereof to the
25th day of September 184
law be excluded hrom all b


Pneisons indebted to the sa
make immedi
Given under my hand this
ASAEL. G
mh 25 law4t*
T IIIS IS TO ;I V E N Tt
scriber has obtained fra
Baltimore County, letters
estate of JOSEPH B. TIER
ceased. All persons havin
deceased, are hereby warned
the vouchers thereof, to t
the 2d day of October 184
law be excluded from all b
persons indebted to said
make immedi
Given under my hand this
SARAH A
ap 2 law4t*15
T HIS IS TO GIVE NO
criber has obtained fro
Baltimore County, letters
estate of'BENJAMIN BUC
deceased. All persons hav
estate, are hereby warned
the vouchers thereof, to t
I he 30thl day of September
by law, be excluded from a
All persons indebted to the
to make immed
Given under my hand this
JOSHUA H.
ap 1 Ilaw4t*
H IIlS 1STOGIVE NO
scribers have received
ot Baltimore County letter
estate of JOHN K. KANE,
ceased. All persons having
deceased, are hereby warned t
the vouchers thereof, to th
the 5th day of October 18
law be excluded from all b
persons indebted to said
make immirnei
Given under our hands th
AMELIA S. KAN
GEO. P.KANE,
ap 5 lw4t
r HIS IS TO GIVE NO
scribers have obtained
of Baltimore county, lette
tate of JAMES FLACK, l
ceased. All persons havi
deceased are hereby warned
the vouchers thereof, to th
the 30th day of September
by law be excluded from all
All persons indebted to s
to make immed
Given under our hands this
RACHEL FLAC
sE,
THOMAS J. F
mh 30
L -'Oi R-N I -E N
M3 with Basement and bac l
llyard with a pump of
house stands on the South
one West ofCove street.
ately. Apply to
S. SCRIBN
mh 18 "d


TO CONTRACTORS
RAIL-
ENGINEER'S OFFICE
AND OHIO RAIL ROAD.-Se
will be received at this of
20th day of May next, i
MANSHIP of constructing
Harper's Ferry to Cumber
Road; the Company bein
the delivery thereon of th
length ot the line is abo
sidings) of which it is de
miles (from Harper's Fe
of the present year, and t
and fall of 1842.-No prop
laying less than 10 miles
track and printed specific
companies by forms of prop
Company's Office in this c
use of Proposers, on the 2
Full testimonials of char
accompany the affets of
known to the undersigned
addressed.-By order ol th
BENJ. H.
Engineer of Locatio
Baltimore, April
N. Y. Journal of Commerc
American; R RoadJournal
till 10th May-Philadelphia
3taw till 10th May-Harrisb
stone; York Republican;
berland Civilan & Alegha
and Herald, Martinsburg
tionalhst, law, till 10th
ant Ohio Rail Roa C
CUOLONADE BATH
ROOM, SARAT
T HV proprietor oh the B
fully announces to the ciz
Strangers visiting the city,
tablishment in its usual s
of Bathers during the sum
mence on Saturday 3d of Apr
do ;._ the summer. The
",. until 10
TER
I Bath............... .
4 do..............
13 do...... .......
23 do.............
The Reading Room and Ga
daily opened to visitors whe
annd papers w
The proprietor has neith
pense in the arraneemen
both as to comfort and pri
building, the entrance bei
also be opened on the 3d
d..i, tI, n
S Ih-. undersigned again
the public to sustain him
uip this useful pri
A general invitation is gi
gers tolvisit thelSaloon of
proprietor.
ap 1 dw __
vHItS ISITO GIVE
sciiber hath obtained f
of Baltimore County, lett
will annexed, onthee
EMIN, late of said cormnt
having claims against tie
warned to exhibit the same
of, to the subscriber, on or
tember next-they rnay oth
ded from all benefit of sa
debted to the. said estate
mediate
Given under my hand this
MARY MARGARE
mh 29 law4t P
GALE POSITIVE.- L.ef
S boards; 2 sofas; 5 bureau
with marble top; 1 piano;
splendid window curtains;a
sets of dining and l card ta
and tea sets: feather beds a
mattresses; looking glass
gilt branch lustres with d
reaus. dressing tables ver
cases and secretaries; cut
plated ware; silver ware of
tity of double and single
cases: watches and jewelry
&.c. &c. The above is po
reserve. A very expensive
and counters to be
S. EYTINGE, N.
ap 3 'd P
-TiOTICE.- I he '(.j,...r
LU insolvent debtor, are he
their claims against him d
subscriber, or to George
or before the tenth day
EDWARD HINKL
mh l 10 l)w4
X TOT'ICE IS t HEitEB
S Certificates of Stock of
Company of Ballimore, hav
that application has been m
No. 3543 to 355
No. 14,976 to 15,
mh 20 __
PROCLA
HEREAS, by air Act
State, passed at December Sessi
provided "that li a special
should be called to comm
make it necessary, in the o
council, that the represent
State should be chosen be
for such election, then it
ver nor, by proclamationn"
election ot said represent
'. HEREAS the President of
his proclamation ol'f the 17th
of which has been receive
ses of Congress to meet or
I do Iherefore appoint MO
Alay next, as the day for t
ties Iroin this State to s
United
(-') Giveun under my ha
8L s > thie State of Maryl
ie n,,, 1 ,,, .ri 'c, tio
rmr, i .ml... r I ... *.
By the Govern
mh 27 Secret
SHE BAL,''IMOR
RELIGIOUS MAGAZ
Contents.-A calm descri
-idrE pi'r.n ii -. .,ncd Ex
I'. .a l-, Mr..I| |.]T,. N o. 4;
in the Presbyterian Church
presbyterial Onldinations;
nions of Martin Luther; F
lition Controversy, No. 8;
Night; Mr. Thompson's I, .
of America, Friday, Jun I ,ri
conver-ion of the World; "
into the nature, duties and % o
Deam.n, ru thIe Christian
son A". M., Pastor ot the
gregation, Pi hladelphia;
in the United States, Iuei
ttIe papal ( .m.ih..n. ru .lt
inridge, D Ii N ...'.-, mr
letters, &c. extra; Letter
Lexington, Ky., pielimiunin
second speech of 1840. Jus
D. OWEN
ap 1
~' *I.EKL PIKNS, PI
-- have received an as
of approved quality, and
Vi
It)SEPH GILLOTT'S
gle, NalsnumBonrum,l)amasc
own. Queen's own, Patent,
die-, Damascus Steel, M
School
WINDLE'S MANUFACTU
pensruing, Ne Plus Ultra,
num Bonium, Perlectmm, Sua
Flexidensated, Imperil,
PERRY'S MANUFACTU
Mapping and Drawing, In
lhiting do, Unde, "Ip,,e .'
Double Patent, ('th:- P.i.
Nos. 1,
HULEY & SON'S MAN
chr,' **vl,. PI-.n-iontl
XIIl I l! i i.-.-Coro
Capital, Circular Pointe
CUSHING &
mih 26 No


TO THE
T PAIGE & CO., No. 12
0 opposite tle Muserum,
Ladies of Baltimoie that t
New York a splendid lo
SLI PPERS, a very beautif
article lor Fancy Balls. A
white and black Satin, whi
Selett morning Slippers, a
Ladies and Misses Frenc
Boots; Lasting and Merino Gai
a complete assortment of Ladie
work ol every description,
thie choicest ol French mat
superior to any in thecit
fully requested to call and
fore purchase
Country Merchants can be
of Ladies work by the
HUGH BALDER
[MANUFACTURERSOF
AND RIDDLES, WOVE
SCREENS, &c. No. 12 Sou
chants and others dealing
their ordersexecuted prom
and Fancy Wire Work. n
Cases. CelIr Windows,
WIRE No. 10, 50 and 60-32
quality, lor Cylinder
MACH
O-AII orders left at the
P. Balderston, Harndwar
ard street, will be c
mh 2 eo2m?
CAUTION
COUNTRY MERCIIANT
cautioned against decep
Cotton Goods, now in market
as, upon a slight examninat
manufactured at the Mlary
r... -,.i grower anmto
I. i'- ,r ,, ,a, i, arn d p ov
very imperfect in their col
a ticker imitated lioun tha
containing the words "Ma
instead uQ Maryl
The Agents for the sale
are Messrs. 0. C. Tiffany
Co., W. & S. Wyman, B.
Woodward & Co. annd
nmh 20 e3
UPUYTREN'S P
HAIR.- I t... -I. o., pr.
the original r -.',,-, ,.' -i, l h
is considered r .n 1,.- I' .-.. ,ti
tine kind ever offt
As a preventative for thie
restoration (provided tirhe
stands pre-eminent. Tho
falling off either from sick
it an admirable remedy. I
gives the hair a lively
Price 50 cents per bo
MACKLNZ
Chemists and Drugg
ap 5 d2w oft
E LECTION.-There will
the Office of the Phlnix S
on MONDAY, the 19th Apri
serve for the ensuing 12 m
ap 7 2aw4t E


UNITED STATES'
PANY O 1, 1t ITV
CAP
$1.00
INCORPORATED by the
March 31, 1837, tfor tw
renewed and amended Mlay
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 limit
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 bond
cumbered real estate of this
percent. more than the amou
clurive ofa b i .t,-..unless ti
fronm loss by fire, or in spec
lent bank bills "
Should the full amount of
in cash payments, or secu
stocks, as above described
of Alay, the balance will be
best bonds anid mortgages
beredt eal estate within
York, such as the company
funds upon, it'the capital
shouldnh the lull amount oi ca
bank, city, or state stocks
of March, then the subscri
without receiving
A applications lor stock ca
to either of the Commission
be to pay in money, s
The opportunity this compu
ists throughout the Union l
vestment, can now be impro
money, or sound bank sto
tho-e in city o
It will be noticed on refr t
)hat the prices of insurau
higher by 25 per cent, on
sltcks on the list, and the li
otfferedt y this company, are not
Negotiations have been r
most eminent bankers there
this stock, within six wee
$800,000, to be permanent
American 6 per cent. s
NEW YORK, Febru
Commissn
Edward R","rOs
A. C. H. 'F.iiMii,,
Baron S. Dory,
Cornelius Masten,
Platt Adams,
Agencies of this company
states as may wish to secu
interest being first taken
Any communication relative
company, made in New Yo
BENJAMIN BALCH, will
tion.
IITY COMiMISSION
timore, 2nd April, 1841.
ers hereby give notice ot lhet
Friday the 9th day ol April
to establish the lines of a
ated on thIe North side of
Calhomun Street, as ow
The Surveyorand all person
ed to attend at the premise
By order.
ap5d t
I'I'Y CO BlBIlItION
more, p.ol \i"ll, rinl.--
received at the Office of
til thie 14th inst. inclusiv
across Jones' Falls at Gay
lar enough to allow suffici
for a Wooden Bridge, all to
tion of ani o to he satisfa
and all the materials to be
they may
The contractor or contra
enter into bond with secuo
of the contract, for the fa
By order,
ap,7 dt____
C 1'lry COMMISSION Ef_'
more, 6th April, 1841.- 1
eis, hereby give notice oft
Iluesday the 13th day of A
M. to establish the lines of
the North side o Wayne
Alley) between Howard an
by Henr
The Surveyor and all pers
ted to attend at the premis
By order
an 8 t
.'T'Y COMMISSION
C timore, 6th April, 184
ers hereby give notice of
MONDAY, the 12th day of A
A. M. to establish the lines
situated at the North-wvest
streets, as owned
The Surven or and all person
ed to attend on the premise
By order,
ap 8 4
N BALTIMORE COU
S iin,: .- a Court ol Equit
.1 it-., the sale ol a part o
liam Grover,lateof Baltimo
and reported by John Scot
appointed 'o make the said
fiinnited, unless cause to t
before thie 22d day of A pr
This order bIe inserted in o
the city oft Baltimore, at
smicec..ive weeks, before t
The report states ilie amo
been four hundred and tl
cents. By order,
mh25 law4w T


A C
JO)'- ITA M. MIILLEl r
irn.. in iand the public, tha
clhne his present business on ..
health, hle offers for sale
FltRTE' S at a bArg;.,,. i ..i in
ly in thespring ais .. ,t
of 'upei ior Grand and Squ
celebration uanilactories
Schaimnbachi & Meihaiunt, L
Vienna, and Henrry Gaehle
of tIhe foregoing Instrume
the latest importation. A
Purchaser desiring a Pian
to call at No. 22 Light s
few more Pianos, winch a
added to the aho
JOSHUA ML 1II1.1 1.1; .,'
portunity of expressing
friends andl the public fI
C. H1. IS
IMPORTER AND MAN
OF MUSICAL INSTRU EN
lituore st. has received by
large supply ofM USIC
will be sold wholesale an
erms, Vz
emsFrom Dresden,
Rose Wood P
S, nanufacturedby b e ba
rrnist Rosenkran
r ave; these inst
ranted to be of excellent
are the finest import
From Paris, Rose and Sat
No. 6 to30; silvermountedF
Clarionels, 12, 9, 6 keys;
Valves; Trunmpets, with 2
Tenor and Bass; Tromb
clydes with valves; do wi
21, 18, 12a
From London, Kent Bugl
by their celebrated Chas.
Deems' C
From Rome, a fresh suppl
thread anti 4 length, they
very finest quality. Also
sortment of German Instrun
Military Bands can be su
Instruments tunred by the s
notice. _
B Y ORDER ot thie Comm
Debtors for the City an
Notice is heretby gi'len to
SAWYER, ain insolvent deb
charge hath been granted t
the said creditors are requi
of the said Commissioners
city ..-i B iiiI....-. on theI
ten o'r:'.,i. I in i- forenoon
trustees, to be appointed fo
all the information in their
missioners, to enable them t
County Court, agreeably to an
ed at December session, 18
ing to insolvent debtors;" a
next hath been fixed for thin
beloree ihe said
Dated the fourth day of
a 09 lawl
S1 ARYLAND PENI
HY proposals will be re
this Institution, until
for lurnishing daily, (lur
fromthat date, about lthre
and M UTToN,a
18 lbs. per day of roast
Not more than five neck;
One or two quarters
The balance in Beef of t
and nofeuqual quan
Chuck ribs an
Thick ends of tIe
Lath rounds and veiny pi
clud
The whule delivery ofBeefto
oflan equal quantity of Mutt
S ii]..,.,... r ne summer se
in, ,.J ii,.-,r to be ommU or
as may be hereafter directed
quality according to its k
to be furnished for faithfl
tract. Address. JAC
ap 3 eotl4 PRS
j AVERN STAND FO
scriber being desirous to
hers for sale the TAVER
him in Pratt street near t
excellent one, having a g
tom. The rent of the hou
per annum) and as it has
would suit for a confectio
be positively sold, and if a
posed of low.
ap 5 d6tC


,"%TLA t1H0TS
DAILY SOUTHERN
VIA THE CHESAPEA
MOUTH AND ROAK



THE BAL'TIMOR
COMPANY announce to
boats of their line cons
Captain Sutton; GEORGIA
JEWESS, Captain Holme
thorough overhaul during t
complete order, therefore
via NORFOLK and POR
sumed our Monday the s15t
accordance with the follow
by the Post Off
Leave Baltimore dail
Arrive at Portsmou
Leave Portsmoutir, at 8
Arrive at Weldcn, at 4
Wait there until 1 o'clo
burg
Leave Weldton at
Arrive ni i.i inl,.-..
Leave 1- i ', iia.,n.,e, nr ,
lesion next morn
It will be seen by the above
to render the connexion ce t
for the Cars ot the Por
Road to arrive at Wehldon
whereas they uniformly ar
lore a deterlion should t
tween Baltimore and Wel
than NINE HOURS, the tr
ability lay over at any pon
RETURNING, one of the
Norfoik every night at 10
Portsmouth where she wil
Cars Irom Weldon, arid de
as the passengers iand bag
here in about 14 hours at
mouth. Thie passengers h
forts of a good nights re
fare as could be provided
the Co
'Travellers bound to Ri
leaving Baltimore on Mond
sleep on board the bay bo
James River boat next moi
place of destination their s
P. M.
General Agent Baltimor
Passage (and fare o nnboa
Pas'ageand fare to Richmon
Passage and lare to Noi
mh 10 PR
FOR PAT''UXINT '
HAV
Te hiSteamB
-ENTwill comm
IS'ular routenn
^j'J ~ ~ ',111" 0 c ,y
--BB3BBuO TH
i ,,.I'. A I ..i .n da
ery .',, l ..nt.. Thursd a
Stat- .. ti, ithe city ti
other places on the Patxentr
thence on the 'a.r..' .', f.ll
":undayv until ,ri,. r v..c'
MN., and she will stop at F
in
Passage to or from Patuxe
and fare to or roi
Freight as
fe 23M LWEM
FOR FAIKHAVEN AN
11% 'T'he SteamBau PTX
S3ENT', will lea
landS Wharf'ntel B
tBaltimore fo
I % Fi I I 1l 1'\\ NMO
o'clock, and return from
freight intended for Fair
whart oiln onday, and t he
be on the wharf at Fair H
mneridtian, to ensure its be
day. le 23 M
FOR ANNAPOLIS.
EAS
The Steambot
A s .' will'
DAY NEXI'2dMarchanD
continue to run the above
and FRIIDAY, leaving Balt
and return from the a
DAYS and SATURDAYS, l
o'clock irn
Passage to Easton and Ca
Passage to Annapo
Passage from Annapolis
Fare inle
N. B. 1'..- ..-'.r
mh6i 6 It' ni
FOIL CORSICA ANDC
Theus nperior taba
n-H n.SAPEAKF ati
:.k ey; willl-ie
-I..yi, i ev! yhH,..
DAY MORNING at 9 o'clock
leave Chesteitown eve
the same hour. The Chesape
and every attention and con
senior, SAM'L. AH
P N. 3 L. p
FRIEIGIHT F(OD HA
PORT DE
THE Steam
WOLCOTT' wlreiv
,AlilN iN WI,
o'clock.
ap 6 5t
FliUlEIG Ii' FOR
ANtD PORT
The steam
14 1"1 1),%, V ,ndSAT

URIDAY, MORNING, at 9
FREIGHT torthe above place
at Kennaid's wharl. Woito
Freight will also be receive
week. S Al.
ml 30 P
'Ili-. 1ll1I I Oil i '-V -
JMON
(()IAt
BhTire steamotCLM
BUS, Caprlit aris,5il
leave Lighti
.fi g B ^1?'" lB
V'FURI)A
N l \ l i4. ir ,, . at '
apply to JACO
ap 7 d4t N
PASSAGE TO MAT I
TER & MIDDLESEX Co
-Tie steambno -C Th
1 8 ... I Ive Ligh

vi I l n, i mm, r, i ti "'
Lahndig, Matthlews cont
get 5 conveyance to any
Passage ard lare, i 3 1
.t.i,(-nil Kl .ip 7 d4t N
FOR ALEXANDRIA
AND GEO
..... lIE te
111 h \BA, Cp
S i ][,] er,
S \lI Illu \ \t |I.i; t".
will 'ave Washington
NI NG at 6, and Alhx
Boah gRing and returmng
passengers snl light goods
on thie
flip-The frfielit on such
time of
Shipper- are requested to
marked, arid especially t
each package wnnen practice
whether Alexandria, Was
Andl in cases ol miscarria
theneot to the agent e t
steamboat corrol~iny will
such notice be given within
sons are he
Passengers baggage ansi p
* risk. Apply to
ap 7 P
"TO WESTERN AN iO
'Hi'AV.t


SIHE G001 3INTEN.
S leave Baltimore every
after the arrival of the Ph
S For Wheeling, P11 uln e.
anid Cincinnati, via., V' Ih
and National Road, t
1 inr,, .'i to Wieli inn h
PI I.'i0 F ''1 I I. lea -
o'clock, for the above cities: ,
as the Good Intent Line
f Tie above Lines connect
S Ohio Lines of'Slages,-als,
ville, Ciuncinnuati, Louisvi
lea
For Seats in Baltimore, a
sition -ni.:. ii,. No. 14
site th.- i-,. r n,,,,' .e
HUTUICHNSON
t 'THOS.
SAIPHEUS BEAIL,,,
WILLIAM I T.
t de 21


AUGUSTI',
ORN.AMFNTAL HAI
149 alltmnore st.
T E SUBSCRIBER i-nor
Ladies arnd Genlemen o
just arrived from New Yo
several days, tor the pur
voice of Goodn, just amriv
arrivalI, among w which will
fashionable FANCtY A1RTL
neck andml head JET ORN A
the Head, a new stvli-
ES, PEA RL (. RIP l, .F.s
Also a very large assortn
as the minoast pleasant and fs
Roses, Cream of ALMO
DOR for the complexion;
Coralie and Indian HAIR
BAND)OLINE, lor smoothing
mnent otf Hair, tooth, na
Buffalo, Horn. Dress
others. Also PURSES.P
TICS, WATCH GUARDS,
BELTS,
WIGS and TOUPEES rea
order,as well as W kio
WORK, wholesaT
AUGUSTIN
Patent Spri
And agent for V. Clirehug
ous,


RAILI A
BALTIMORE & U'LW' i


T MiIE CA I1S o1 r hl. R,.
.. to YORK and WR
LUMBIA,-startingtrom th
of North &. ", rjii..-, lt,.
FROM \1il hk II % %l
LUMBIA, at 1 o'clock, P
lumbia for York at lI o'c
Baltimore at 3 o'c
By this arrangement a c
Cars, Stages, and C(anal B
phia, Lancaster, Harrisbur
with Boats t
Goods intended for trans
this Road, will be receive
North street extended, o t
A. M. and 4 P. A'. A ticket
quantity, to whom, and b
pany thIe articles, and it
must also be sent lbr the A
l1@-lt is also respectfully
ry instance it will be expe
arind charges will be piompt
Goods, and that no dtrawba
- ,,.-, if not claimed wit
iier,) of
03-Nothing can be forward
of the road, between York
f,,i. I is pre
D. C. H. BORD


11 il H S ( ,IF II
O F "THE I'.,....,, pi lk
Ohio, and Washington B
IST JANUA
MAIN
FROM BA
H.
For Ellicott's Mill
( do do
SFrederick,
S do
Harper's Ferry
FOR BAL
H.
From Ellicott's Mi
do 12
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferry,
"WASHINGTO
FROM BA
H.
For Washington, a
do 400
FOR BAL
H.
From Washington,
do
Passengers by the morni
can connect with ihe We
House;-and those destine
the train from Harper's F
the Relay House in ample t
evening train lbr Washi
ja 5 B. 11
EVERY MORNING A
PHILADELPHIA, WI
MORE RA


fIllI-. l'A.'U'siN 'tLIs
U. STATES MAIL, leaves
morning at nine o'clock- t
It iw. i. and reach Ph
clock, P. M. in time for e
Yo
The regulations heretofo
ny bfor the comfortable ac
ease antm i., .i' tof travel
will be to "
03-Coiored Passengers mus
office hetor
***Packaees intended for
be lelt previous
de 23 PRS d A.
NOT
PHILADELPHIA,
BALTIMORE


Hg'IL Irviirri d1ayi '.
Aa( 2 past three o'clo
PHIA and be continued
excepted) until
3(-For (lithe accommodate
may wish to avail thems
PASSENGER CAR will be
the Depot P
mbl 30 d A. C
HARNDEN & CO'
NEW YORK & BO



I ARNDEN & CO. respe
U friends and ihe public
rangements with the Philai
to run their ears through
arid Phil
These ca's will run in
York and B
Packages of Good'. Ber
at our office, No. 42 -.,,
before tire car leaves, wil
same, anil in Bosto
H. &Co. will transact in
anl all kinds o f i
N. B Harinden & Co, are
loss or injury of any artic
their charg, nor is any ri
he attached to, the Camde
Steamboat Company, on whor
then crates are and may "b
thein or their co
N. It.-T'he above arran
Thursday, Apr
J. W. LAWRE
No. 42 South 'I third
WM. WYMA
No. 2 Wall s
HARNDE
mh 19i If No
WINT E AR AN'iEtNK
GRFEA'I' ,'O0I}N'ii Ei
MAIL L INE, )AI
.' r, "'i,.Y LINE CARI
I' tIs IS THE O



St o informed that by tak
ftr W.rl'i,.tl i, .,i i I'
iigtlir I .. i. 11 I.I.'" ,,
<1oi1, ,r I
.rpihine 'tharlt'rio the s
r M1. I 'I. 1.,,.ni,l otl
of any other Line,-rthe Co
bound by the Post-Maslter
lowing quic
Leave Phdladel
reach Ballimore, 2 P. M.
Leave Baltirio
reach Washington 6 P. M
Leave Washing
reach }rr',tdlie'n'rilrrlr
Leave l'..h r.
reach Iicl.,,ii.i,, I-l A
Leave Richmon
reach Petersburg, 7 P. M
Leave Petersbu
reach Weldon, 1 A.M.
Leave Weldon
reach Wiluinrgton 1 P. M
Leave Wilming
reach Charleston next da
680 M ii- .i
As this Line carries the
cannot he i.t. .*-I.1) ard
RO.AD Ll.i'., i ',viii be p
Traveller, unless ill soen
is sure of a connection th
dent that Fogs, Rough We
ten occasion delay in a r
of which is by tre Bay,-th
jected to Sea-Sickness,
risk, Irom boats being urged
to compete with the
ItOUTE


The above Line will be
CERTAIN and EXPEDITI
tractive-as it passes th
meant anti in sight of01 M
and through Fredericksbu
burg, tihe largest and most
gini
IT IS ALSO CHEAPE
AS CHEAP AS THE
DON; and Travellers have
their B
This is also much the
cheapest route, and the
interior of Virginia, No
at Petersburg, Virginia
way of Raleigh, N. C.-11i
Petersburg to that city.
the Raleigh Rail Road to
Milton, Danville, &c.-
This is the ONLY DA
and Pet
Ot-Passengers for the Ra
pay through to
ol-For further informati
apply at the office ofT S
Adjoining the Philadelphia R
tie 12 dtl_ _
41 BALTIMORE N
DAVISON'S NIMUCH
PRACTICAL
MUSCULAR
To the acquisition of bea

PENMA
T HE best evidence in supp
Continued success in ,oit.
ed. The MUSCULAR (.L I It
est scrutiny both in theo
case has it proved other
Maryland lnstilute of Teac
under investigation for t
proved of it both in theory
in as editorial says "tie
in favor and patronage ol
ed public." The Sun also
"tHie Guide commends itse
thie most ordinary capoacit
convinced of its vast prac
the editor of Ihe Pilot ani T
plan a "great improvement."
Clipper join in commenda
schools have adopted the G
time to time from individual
have been presented to tfle p
going, who can re
N. B. Rooms open day an
at all hours of the day-L
Rooms 41 Baltimore str
IN THE DISTRICT
UNITED STATES
TRICT OF M
P URSUANT to an ordei
hereby given to creditor
interested in the procee
ERNER, now in the Registry
in this Court, on or before
J. MASON
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