American, and commercial daily advertiser

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Title:
American, and commercial daily advertiser
Uniform Title:
American, and commercial daily advertiser (Baltimore, Md. : Daily)
Alternate title:
Commercial daily advertiser
Published as:
American & commercial daily advertiser
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
W. Pechin
Place of Publication:
Baltimore Md.
Creation Date:
January 29, 1841
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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United States -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- Baltimore

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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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 02257236
lccn - sn 84031211
issn - 2325-3169
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ddc - 071
System ID:
AA00020290:00015

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Preceded by:
American and daily advertiser
Preceded by:
Baltimore Whig
Succeeded by:
American and commercial advertiser (Baltimore, Md. : 1854)

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_AMERICAN & COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.


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PUSLISHk EV ZYRY MORNING BY
DOBBIN, MURPHY 4 BOQE,
NO. 2 SOUTH OGAT STBET, BALTIMOXE.
Daily paper, 8 dollars-Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, .iyable in advance-the advance must be
Regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
n ne city-all new advertisements appear in both
papers.
A LA RGB assortment ol low pricrd CLOCKS,
jui received and itr sale al SAllH'S C'u. k
Esiabhlshmen', 34 South Ch-i leg St. ma 18
L AUD-220 kelgs and 4 bnl- No, i L.eai Ladid, lor
ma 19 sale b) G. H. VI('KERS 'L CO.
1f I'E-1luuO busanis in *Ine. I r sale 1y
m a 19 G H VI'KEER,.% (G.
SLAK RET-250 case 'l.A hET, lor .iild IW to
C close, by F. RODEWAI.1) Rt IIDi ER,
ma 19 P No II Hanover airrt.
1OFPEE-550 bases Pirs.e Green Iii. Cod.ee,
C landingfrom brig H P unnrr aid inr .r.lr bs
ma 19 d4 HOOPER & HARDESTER.
F-LUORING BOIARDS-i9 0ki Itet zeiram
n awed 5- N.C FloroNIr,., I. r saleb
m ma19 P d4l J J COlRNElR & BRO.
H OLLAND GIN--"Grape" brand, of superior
quality; fur sale by FRED. B. GRAF,
maR 19 No. 38 South Gay street.
IlDS -92 Porto Rico HIDLS; landing irom
brig Georer. for sale by
ma 19 JOHN P. ADAMS. 7 Bi a ly's wharf.
SARLEM OIL-In box'e nf I gr.c each; for
saleby FRED. B GRAF,
ma 19 No. 3j !nnih Gayv street.
AVA COFFEE-Old GoveP-,nLerl Java I dfIe
-lor sole by FRED B GHAF,
ma 19 No R 'n,,thri Gay vfrel
IDNS -ArAmerican S.,liI Head Pin., No. 4, d lew
cases-For sales by
mal9 P 4t M ERRILL k HOTrHK I(S.
IO COFFEE-80tnap pr-in Rio COF'L2tE,
forsale by G.R. VICKLRS &CO.
ma 19
A RIDIN ES-ilt case' S.rtinre, ir, oil, lor sale by
8 J.F S'I R(JHSI &CO.
ma 19 d4t P No. 45 South Gay st.
U(SQUHANNA 1VWHISKUY--!',0 bb. iiuW
Slardiag, for sale by G. R \ ICKElius CO.
I ma 19
EUARS.-50.0rin Principe .LEG \It{S
i 75 ,non Havii.a do For sale by
ma 19 JOHN P. ADAMS, 7 Bowly's wha f.
i'IA RCH-Suprirur PFla'.-' Z4rrr, ii, 1 al. Ior
S saleby FRED. B uRAF.
ma 19 No. J svuJitl ijay i",ri.
SHAD-2u0 i,.rrreiiN C.Trimmed Shad, land-
ine thI day, lor sale by
ma 19 Iw JUDAH &BLOCK.
INEGAR-ln hLtd.A aii. n ri., I..r -dl- by
V G. M. ROBERTSI'N,
ma 19 d4t 50 S. Gay st. next to Pratt.
BE I' & POI K--i ')hbls. Mess, No. 1 and
Prime Beef; 250 bbl-. Mess and Prime Pork,for
sale by G.R. VICKERS& CO.
ma 19
OUTS. SHI9E1 AND Coias.r' LA.CES-
Just received for sale t.vby
MERRILL& HOTCHKISS,
ma 19 P 4t1 23 South Charles st.
BACON-
28 hhda. Hams, Sides and Shoulders
900 H AIMS, small size aid v'ry 'up-rirr. f..r ale
ma 19 by G. R VICKEKS iL (0
SAK U-Jiiutl ec-iveda lot el I. 1. ID, No I atd
S2, in kegs and firkins, tor family use, for sale by
ELIASSHAW &.CO.
ma 19 d3t P No.3 South Howard st.
AI4U FIRE PROOF CHEITS-tJirn rl'
L coll's Pater.t 'i sbea'.s CHES rs, Idtfe iz-.f.or
sale. Apply in North street, next door to the Post
office. -ma 19 3t
SONDON ROMAN CEMENT, lor sale low
L to close by
WM. DAWSON & CO.
ma 19 d6t P 47 S. Gay st.
SINSI-:D OI L-Prime PP-iSylvriear l.rIt,.t,
Sin good barrels; jri t rc-eive I ani I .i silp t.,
T. W. & L. LEVEllING,
ma 19 No. 9 Pratt st. wharf.
SIN.S BD D0 IL-Jul iecerivrd a lot 61 An,prn
Scan Linseed Oil, in rierces and bblq, and for sale
ELIASSHAW t CO.
ma 19 d3t P Nn 3 Hotiard street.
I A DDER-An'a-oitnrnt ol Crup & Ambro"
.. constiailly on hand biid In' sale by
FRED. B. GRAF,
mia 19 No 39 R. Gay 'tract.
MESS AND PRIME PORK-
SSbbls Mess PORK
44 do Prime do Jnit wip-pe'p.l, for gale
by ma 19 JfOHN B'(;G;S & Cr(.
M ADEIRA WINE-20 qr casks I. P Ma-
delra WINE. a direct ,mr.nraiir.n, to sal.\ by
BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE;
ma 19 Commerce street.
IRU.NES-15 ra:e PRUNES. oif gjod qualilny,
Sin glassjar.; for soal.' bv
J. F. STROHM & CO.
ma 19 d4t P No. 45 8. Gay street.
P RARL BARLEV-Fi-sh PEARL BAR-
SLEY in bags; just received and for safe tfy
FRED B. GRAF,
ma 19 No. 33 South Gay street.
PLATED C %NIDLESTICKS -A smatidll l0t
lor sale, low toIn cloi'rs
MERRILL HOTCHKISS.,
ma 19 P 23 Snuth Charles st.
ID COFFEE-275 bags, part prime and strong
scented-received per barque M' Hum.. n i for
sale by G, M. RIOBER1 ,N;
ma 19 d4t 50 8. Gay st. next to Pratt.
tUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES in tierces of
Superior quality, for sale low by
G. M, ROBERTSON.
ma 19 4t 50 S. Gay st. next to Pratt.
ALT-3410 sacks Fine SALT, (J. Apbtons)
1500 do Ground Alum, cargo of t'ship
Alexar.4er, for sale by 0. STUART, Pratt at.
ma 19 4t P WINN k CO. Franklin Ft.
H a D-250 bbls No. I. Potomac untrimmed Shad
io oak barrels, for sale byWRV &GILL,
barrls, LOWRY &. GILL.
ma 19 No. 75 Bow'y's wharf.
TARC1H--70 tierces Potato STARCH
.17 barrels and 24 boxes Wheat do
For ele by BIRCKHEAD &t PEARCE,
Ma 19 RC E_ Commerce st.
MOKED HALLIBUT-200 pounds a choice
article, just received, for sale by
WM. GUNNISON.
Ima 18 No. 99 Bowly's wharf.
Olkft] GALLS, BLEACHED SPERM
..u O1L. of the best quality and light co-
lour, lor sale by SUMNER, ROBINSON & CO.
ma 19 15 Bowly's whf.
B ACON-Hams, Sh.'ulfers. Middling and Joles
BACON, very hairlr.rme, well cut and cured;lor
ale in 1ti to suit purchasers, by
e ELIAS SHAW &CO.
may 19 P d3t No.3 S. Howard at.
SKArTHERS AND W*OL-
2000 Ibs. prime Western FEATHERS
A small lot of WOOL. For sale by
DRAKELY & FENTON,
sra 19 282 Baltimore st.
I lIwI PORTER--
40 casks 'Menders' and 'Powall's' Stout PORTER
50 casks McGinis's superior PORTER, for sale
by WM. DAWSON &a CO,
ma 19 dl2t P 47 S, Gay st.
ARU'AND PEACHES-
16 If bbls. No 1LARD
400 bus. Dried PEACHES. For sale by
DRAKELY & FENTON.
ma 19 4t 282 Baltimore st.
SOR'TH CAROLINA SHAD-150 halt bhis.
North Carolina Trimmed No. I SHAD, pot up
expressly for family use, now landing head ot Smith's
whbrl; for sale by sEI.I.M N &. CROOK,
mI 19. d8t corner South and Pratt street.
p R I NT ER'S I N K.-Just received a supply of
Johnson and Durant's superior News Ink in
half barrels and kegs and for sale at manufacturer's
prices by
TURNER. WHEELWRIGHT & MUDGE,


ma 19 ____ No. 2 South Charles st.
EW WSTYLB CRAVATS-Just received a
Ssm ill i,,voice of seasonable Cravats, of entirely
new patterns. 0. F. WINCHESTER,
No. 1651 Baltimore street,
ma 19 1w one door East ot Charles st.
P ALM HATS-3,i' -e, eni ;r,.i b..)s Wine
and variegated Palm HATS, medium and fine
qualities, hor sale 'y the case by
THOMAS STEARNS,
n 19 No. 4 German st.
W HI, e, LEAD IN OIL-20 L.s WHI E
LEAD. 28 Ibs. aach. ii'u.,dI in tiIu, rPcerie l
from London per btip PhId.l.lpht i, in store and for
wale by THOSE. B. ADAIR,
ma 19 4t Commerce street.
IYUTTER, LA RD, &c.-
150 kegs No, I :ai i 2 BUTTER, of superior
quality
4'0 kes No 1 LARD
Ot0hbds. PortoRic', IOLASES. Forsaleby
mal9 KIHI.AND k CHASE.
OLES, DEER SKINS, SHEEP SKINS,
kc. 3u00 Ins flog .IOLES
2000o DEER?,KINs
SO SHEEP KINSS. F.r sale by
DRAKELY & FENTON,
ma 19 4t 282 Baltimore st.
BOLTING CLOTHS AND MILL STONEa,
A FRESH SUIl'PLY Grfnuine ANCHOR
A BOLTING CLOTHS, lor sale to dealers or
Millersonthe most liberal terrs. Also-COLOGNE
MI LL STONES ol 'he vanouin -izes.
J MES CHEKSTI'ON & SON,
j 22 d? Commerce street wharf.


F BATHERS, GLASS, &c -- -e
500 bI prime FEATHEIK5
55 boxes 8Xl0UGLtbh5
S 10 do inXI2 do
25 busheli DRIF.D APPPLES-for sale by
HAILMAN, BURKBRIDGE IkCO.
mi 19 281 Baltim-re street.


SCOTCH ALE--40 Cdskas Scotch Ale, of the
well known "Falkirk" braini, in pint and quart
bottles. received Ihis day per ship Eliza Warwick,
from Liverpool. This impoilalion is represented as
a superior article, for sale by
SUMNER, ROBINSON & CO.
O a 10 Iw Il Biwly's uhf.
ACON AND OLD Wi'HISKEY-
j 40,000 Ibs. M1iddlings Bacon, Frede ick County
Cured
10,000 Ibs. Middlings, Baltimore Cured
20,000 do Wesiern Hog Round (expected to ar-
rive to-day
\150 barrels Copper distilled Old Rye Whiskey
part atbree years old and for sale by
WILLIAM ALLEN,
op3l No. 123 N. Howard ht. near Fr suklin.


FOR HATrTERS-Jum received a iPs-h and
large supply nI Rii,-ia Fur. which we offer for
sale. CHARLES WILLE& DICKEY,
7 Hanover street, few doors
ma 12 ]4t Baltimore ot.
1IBBONS-1 case new style Cap RIBBONS
I1 Chally SHAWLS-just re-
ceived and for sale by
CARROLL & THURSTON,
ma 6. 25 S. Charles st.
B RITTANIA WARE.-1i0 packages Britan-
ia Tea and Coffee POTS; LAMPS; Tumblers;
Spittoons; Castors &c.-For sale by
A R BICKNER,
mh 23 20 German street.
BRAZIL SUGAR-
500 bags Pernambuco White SUGAR, part su-
300 bbls. perior qual.
For sale by EDWIN ROBINSON,
ma 14 P 12 Commerce st.
OLTING CLOTH-A complete assortment
of genuine Anchor brand Bolting CLOTH,wa(-
ranted to bolt freely, for sale at reduced prices, by
C.W.KARTHAUS,
ma 11 9 Commerce Ftreept,
RASS CLOTi' S & AJIJDLUA1.'S ,.l' v
G INGS-
12 cases White and Brown GR SS CLOTHS
5 do SADDLER'S SEWINGS-For sale at
reduced prices, to close a consignment, by
ma 17 D. MclLVAIN, 38 S. Charlks st.
HAIN CABLES-18 casks, just rec'd. per
ship Eliza Warwick, Irom Liverpool, for sale.-
COUNTING ROOM TO RENT.
The Counting ROOM in the second Story for rent.
Enquire of WM. GRAHAM,
ma 14 4t0 No. 77 Smith's whf.
N.EW JEWELERt AND WATCHES.
1R & A. CAMPBELL, No. 155 Baltimore
r* eet, have received by recent arrivals, a com-
plete assortment of JEWELERY and WATCHES,
which they will sell much below former prices.
ma 12
t aMS Ovt IRIttS ELOQUlENCE,WITr&
G ANECDOTE, by James Hoban. of the Wash-
ington Bat; just published andI for sale by
JOHN MURPHY,
146 Baltimore street.
Subscribers will have the kindness to call lor their
copies. dlweo2w m a 3
ACON AND LARD--
15,000 Ins Weslern Penna.BACON
50 kegs No. 2 LARD
20 do No. 1 do
Received and fotr sale by
HAILMAN, BURBRIDGE & CO.
ma 19 283 Baltimore street.
A REGULAR ASSORTMENT OF DR
POWELL'S re-animating Tincture good for
summer Complaint, Bowell Complaint, andlikewise
for those who~wish to leave off Drinking Spirituous
Liquors, in case of debility ot the stomach. For sale
by THORNTON & EARECKSON,
ap _8 No. 10 Light at. whart._
R UTLAND BRAID BONNE'rS.-We are
now manufacturing and receiving dailyl, every
description of1 the RUTLAND BRAID BONNET,
superior in style and finish to any ever offered in this
city. Also, Florence, 7 and I1 Braid BONNETS,
very low. S. & B. ATWOOD. 187 Baltimore st.
ma 4 ldtl5teJ near Hanover, up stairs.
E ENTUCK.Y,LEAF' TOBACCO-272 hhds
k Kentucky Tobacco, comprising some choice
paicels, suitable for shipment and for segar wrappers.
1 hhd TOBACCO STEMS.
Samples can be had at my Counting House.
HUGH BOYLE,
ma 18 d4t No. 57 Smi'h'as wharf,
UIER1-IOH FAMILY FOUR of approved
S Brand: Overholt and Sander'a celebrated brand,
will be delivered tree ol charge end warranted to
please.
6000 tbs. Baltimore cured BACON, hog round
3000 Ibs. Western do do
Dried BEEF and Beef TONGUES
50 kegsNo. I Western LARD
ma12 PETER ZELL,
BACON, LIARD, BUTTH & TOAC-
BCO-
3500 lbs. Western BACON
10 kegs No. I LARD
28 do No.1 and 2 BUTTER
16hhds. Leafy Kentucky TOBACCO. For
sale by WESLEY STARR,
ma 17 d4t* No. 9 Light at. wharf.
I OMAN CEMEKNT-Highly recommended lor
S its durability in the construction ol Canal Locks
-Stone Wharves, Cisterns, and foundation Walls of
Dwellings and Warehouses. effectually preventing
Water or damp penetrating; has been successfully
used on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal-and in the
Public Buildings at Washington. A further supply is
received and for sale by
ma 18 WM. H. BEATTY & CO.
CANTON MATTINGS.
f HE subscriber has received from Auction a rot
ofCANTON MATTINGS, 4,5 and 6-4 wide,
col'd and white, which he is enabled to s1l very
low. Also, a few pieces of Woollaen CARPET, at
the low prie of 621 cts. per yard, yard wide.
JOSHUA ROYSTON,
No. 57 Baltimore street,
ma 18 P_ 1 door above Tripoilefts alley.
u'r L HER'S WRITING PAPERS.-Blue
Laid, Blue Woveand White Wove Supfrr Royal,
Medium and Demy Ledger PAPERS; Blue Wove and
White Wove FLAT CAP; Blue Wove and White
Wove FOLIO POST and Packet POST; Blue Laid,
Blue Wove andi White Wove QUARTO POST; Blue
Wove and Whit, Wove FOOLSCAP. (ruled and
plain); BANK NOTE PAPER.,&c.-Forsaleby
TURNER, WHEELWRIGHT & MUDGE,
ma 18 C Agent tfor Buller. 2 S. Chase s'.
l* 1 1DOZ. asusorteu Cordial, superior to any
1 0Wimported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Keenmel
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.
WHIT'E & RED LEAD, BLACK PAINT,
&c. &c.
HE SUBSCRIBERS, Agents for the "Union
White Lead Comnrany." have in store and con-
stantly receiving WHITE LEAD, ground in Oil, in
kegs of assorted sizes, from 25 Ibs. to 251J lbs. each,
and of the following qualities:-
Extra No. I, 2 and 3. the extra is warranted
Dry White Lead, in kegs and half barrels
Red Lead do do
Black Paint, in kegs from 25 Ibs to 50 lIbs. each
E.M.GREENWAY& CO,
ma 4 dilm No. 25 S Charles st.
SALTIMORIi FINE AND fANCk SOUAP
MANUFACTORY.
No. 14 Pleasant street, between Hotliday ami North.
RANCIS HYDE & SONS have always on
hand and for sale-
DIP'D CANDLES, all sizes
White Variegated and Palm SOAP, in boxes
Do do do. in lb & l Ib lumps
Shipping and Retailing SOAP, also,
Fancy SOAPS, of every description.
oclI 11dtf
LINE GROCKRIES.-
U. Top St. Croix, P. R and N. 0. SUGARS
Old Government Java COFFFEE
Fresh Green and Black TEAS
Do Salad OIL
OLIVES and CAPERS
Choice Havana and Principe CIGARS
Extra fine Chewing TOBACCO
SPICES, &c. &c. For sate by
BLISS & CALWELL,
ra 7 id No. 254k Baltimore st.
PORK, BEEF, LARD AND MACON.
1 F'SS, No. 1 and Prime PORK)
L BEEF, best quality for stores I Of our own
LARD in small kegs j.packingand cu-
BACON,assorted ring, and of
HAMS in bags | prime quality.
Smoked BEEF and Tongues )
ALSO ON CONSIGNMENT.
Mess No. I and Prime PORK
LARD in bbls. hit bbls. and kegs
And several lots BACON assorted, for sale by
ISAAC RE\ \rrLD_&SONS,
Lombard between irClijiles and Light sts.
maS 18 dSt P
I 1aESB.-E
15 casks Bordeaux CLARET


800 boxes do do of variovs brands
and vintages
30 casks Marseilles do
30 quarter casks do PORT
20 do do do MADEIRA
15 Indian barrelsdo do
30 casks Whitd WINE, Vin de Grave
200 boxes do do Haut Sauterne
CH A M PAIGNE, of the following brands-Bnucbe
and FilWs Anchor, Harrson, Golden Crown, Golden
Eagle, all of recent importation. For sate by
J. F. 8TROHM & CO.
ma 18 dfit P No. 45 South Gay st.
RICH TOILET SETS.
E M. KURIt f & CO., have just received among
9 other fancy articles of French China, rich
painted flowered and gold Toilet Sets, 15 pieces.-
Also new style Green Line, French China Dinner
Sets of lat-at patterns -nd shapes--this article will
be found worthy the attention of persons going to
House Keeping. A compete sand g-neral assortment
of all kind of China, Gliass, &c. suitable for families,
merchants, &c., always on hand and [or sale cheap on
accommodating terms at CHIN A HALL,
193 Baltimore street,
ma 5 Sign "Octagon Pitcher."
N OTICE.-Tha subscriber intending in future
to give his attention exclusively to the sale of
IRON, TIN PLATES, SPELTER,ZINC, and other
Metal, has relinquished the Stove business, and
sold out his present Stock to Messrs. N. &b E. I.
Parker, to whom he takes leave to recommend his old
customers and the public generally-he presumes they
will be able to give entire satisfaction as they intend
to give their undivided attention to the manufacture
and sale of STOVEs. OLIVER PARKER,
ma I Corner Calvert and Lombard asts.
LOG CABIN FAN MAiUFACTORY.
C Y. HAYNES, No. 52 North Exeter street,
wonld intform the tradegenerally that he still
continues to manufacture Log Cabin Embossed and
Plain Fans of all descriptions, made from fancy col-
ored paper, satin, silk and gold paper. As the article
is in great demand in thIe Northern cities the manu-
falecturer is daily adding hands to keep pace with the
numerous orders. Merchants dealing in the article
would do well to call and examine the Fans before
-.ur(chairig elsewhere. Any orders left at my resi-
*Jence or at Mr. Otis Spear's S. Charles at. will be at-
tended Ito.
ALSO-Has on hand and manufactures to order,
every variety of Fancy Boxes, Collar, Wafer, Stock
and Puff Boxes, all of which will be sold low for cash
or approved paper, mh 4
BOLTING CLOTHS.
JUST received a fresh supply, which will be sold
Son the most liberal terms by
E. k M. McPHERSON,
mb & eoly No 21 South Howard st.


UARKU.
| ARDINER'S PAILNTFEATHER DRES-
SER, beirg icfille.Jr, l ;ow in rUccC-ill opera-
tion. Tne cgeat uildly ul tof mNichirne lhai bten too
well established, to require at,3 pud in the wr) or ;e-
commendatioin; as regards the preservation of health,
as well as feathers. All orders in the line promptly
attended to, and the beds returned the same day at
small expense by F. GARDINER, corner Frederick
and Second sits. d3m mh 19
LACK LACE VEILS-
Black and White Wire Gr'd Edgings
Lisle LACES
Ladies Black and assorted Silk GLOVES
Gum Elastic SUSPENDERS
Mouseline-de-Laine DRESSES
Black Silk Plush
Black and Bro: Drap Di Te. 54 inches wide
For sale by E. M. GREENWAY & CO.
ma 12 45 South Charles street,
BACON, LARD ANN FLOUR.
10000 l h LBS SHOULDERS AND
HAMS
10,000 Ibs Hog round BACON
10 bbls No. I LARD
50 kegs No 1 do
10 bbia Mesa PORK
100 bbls extra and Family FLOUR.
Just received and for sale by
C. D. & J. SLINGLUFF,
ma 13 dlw No 15 N. Howard street.
CHAMPAGNE DRANDY, over years old
COGNAC do. 1815,
OTARD do.
Pure PEACH do.
Superior OLD SPIRITS;
High flavored JAMAICA do;
Old Highland SCOTCH WHISKEY, and
MONONGAHELA do.
Constantly on hand and for sale by
G. M. HUTTON,
mh 19 24 Balto. st.
LACK TAFFETA RIBBONS, GAL-
B LOONS, &c.-
I case blk Taffeta Ribbons, No. 2,3, 4,6,9, 12,16
1 GALLONS
1" SILK CRAVATS
1" col'd borders
1 Linen Pocket Hdkfs
I Bleach% BOLLS
5 Ticklenbergs
5 Sail Duck
10 bales Burlaps, in bales of assorted Nos.
Cotton HOSIERY, a full assortment. Just re-
ceived and for sale by ALBERS & CO.
ma 13 d8teod8t No. 2 German street.
CHEAP DRY (GOtDS.
rIHE subscriber has on hand a large and well se-
U elected stock of SPRING DRY GOODS, pur-
chased at auction, and of importing houses, which
he will sell on favourable and pleasing terms. His
stock consists of Fancy, Silk and Domestic GOODS
which have been carefully and expressly selected for
the retail trade. He is not selling offat cost, as he has
a living to make, and his gods to pay for, but he as-
sures purchasers without offering any such deceptive
induceieitts, they will find his goods as low as they
can be honestly soil, and respectfully requests them
to call and see for themselves.
EDW. J. RICHARDSON,
No. 39 corner Baltimore and
ma 7 Gay street.
ITlSH LINENS & SHEIOETINGS.
ZE HAVE ON HAND a large assortment of
S Barklie's soft finish Irish Linens averaging
from 25 cts. to $ 1.25 per yard, with fine Long Cloth
Shirting-; 10 4 and 12-4 Barnsley Sh ?-i,,-. with fine
5-4 bleached and Brown Cotton d It ., 7-N and 10-4
I'a-.l I ia p-r, very cheap; a large aw-soitmentofbleach-
-.f M,,ii,., *ome very superior at 121 cents per yard
by the piece. With Brown Muslins, all prices Itrom
6 cets. tip to fine Dover and Merrimack ditt'; Fine
white Jeans, Bleached and Brown Suffolk Drilling.
With Linen Burlaps; 4 4 Brown Linen, plain and
Twilled C.rtton aOsiaburgs Pittsburg Cord, plaid Do
mestics &c suitable for servants wear, all of which
we will sell at the very lowest market prices.
DORSEY & NELSON, Nso. 13 Bait,. st.
3;1 loor west of Market Space.
N. B. Also fine White Embroidered Quilts, which
we can sell veiy cheap. ma 14
STILL SELLING OFF-GREAT BAR-
GIANS.
HE SUBSCRIBERlS have remaining on hand
a ereeral assortment of SEASONABLE DRY
.1I lt), utlilich they are running off AT COST. anti
less tian cost, and as they are desirous of closing what
remains as spesedily as possible, great inducemneiits
will be offered for the Cash. Among other articles we
have on hand,
Frencq LAWNS. of extra quality
)Do CHINTZES, Hartman's manufacture
Rich new style CALICOES
MOUSLINE DE LAINES, extra and low priced
French BOMBAZINES, all qualities
Fancy SHAWLS and HDKFS
Filet do at very low prices
Linen Cambric HDKFS
Linen CAMBRICS
Blue bk. d..,,- ail rol'd. SEWINGS
Blue nk I4-p -11.K
Italian LUSTRINGS
Fancy GAMBROONS, for men's wear
lik. English Vest SATINS
GLOVES, HOSIERYand RIBBONS
Green BARNEZE: Crape LISSE, &c. &c.
WILLIAMS & KELLY, Baltimore st.
ma 17 between Sharp and Liberty stsa.
AM'L. WILLIAMS, at fie corner or i.xeter
and Hlilen Ats., hIas for sale at low prices tnd
generous terms, a very excellent assort meant of GRO-
CERIES, at wholesale or in quantities to suit com-
mon shop keepers or country dealers-That is to say,
SUGAR, in hhds. or bhis.
W. India, N. 0. &8S. House MOLASSES, in do.
100 bags Rio and St. Domingo COFFEE
Coarse and fine SALT, in sacks
Guinp., Imp. ant Y. H. TEA, in halfchests
Loat and piece SUGAR
B iCON,hog round; LARD, in kegs
S I\LNION. in halfbbls. a superior article
Nutmeg'; Ginger: Pepper and Starch, in boxes
SMYRNA RAISINS, in boxes
INDIGO; TOBACCO
RICJE, in tierces and halftierces
Fine common FAMILY FLOUR. ma 17 4t*
RANIX>ES.-A complete aisorLment, princi-
pall' of recent direct imnportation, riz-
Superior old Cognac, of the vintage of 1895
Do do do do 1818
Do do do do 1819
Otard, Dupuiy & Co. of the Pinet, Castillon & Co. of
vintage ot 18341 the vintage of 1835
Do 1836 Do 1836
Do 1837 Do 1837
Do 1838 Very superior old Cognac
Do 184 of the vintages of 1805,
J. Hennessy & Co." 1834 1818 and 1819
Do 1835 Pellevoisin, Alex. Seig-
Do 1836 nette, A. Dus3aut. Jr.,J.
Do 1837 J. Dupuy, White Cognac.
For sale upon accommodating t rtns by
J. F. STROtM & CO.
ma 19 P d4t No. 45 South Gay street.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
COTTON YARN-
40,000 lbs Yarn No. 5 to 12 ? anet Fac.
20o,00 do 1 to 20 SManchesterFc
15.000 do 5 to 12? Wi.n ton Del,
l,00;oo do 141 o203 Wilmington Del,
2,000 Wrappin Thread
i20 bales Cotton Batting
5,0001 bs Fancy Carpet Chain
100t) White do
2009 Bleached Coverlett Yarn
1000 Unbleached do
1000 Seine Twins No. 4 I 5
Satinelt 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 Hill be sold at the very lowest manufacturing
prices. E. F. B1RADY,
corner of Baltimore and Hanaver sta.
ma 19 ni3m UpStairs.
LATE ARIK1VALS OF SPRING GOODS.
JUST RECEIVED per B;itish Queen and other
late arrivals from London and Liverpool, the
tollowing Goods which are offered tor sale on liberal
terms-
Gambroons and Grecian CORDS, new and beau-
tilul styles
Colored MOLESKINS, assorted
Bang up CORDS; Cotton DOESKINS
New style White and Printed LINEN DRILLS
Imperil CLra.e SUMMER CLO I'HS
Hurricane, Cr,,ck, Spot and Cambric MUS-
LINS
New style London PRINTS, various qualities
Black & white do. do. do.


LAWNS, Black and White
Do. Fancy and col'd grounds, warranted fast
colors
Super do, do. do.
Mousrlaine de Laine; Victoria SKIRTS
Ladies' Black ani China Silk HOSE and Hall
HOSE
London quality BINDINGS
Do. do. Printed QUILTINGS & WELT-
INGS
While SATTEENS; Paper CAMBRICS; Furni-
ture DI)IMITY
26 inch heavy Twilled SACKING, &c. &c.
)D. Mc'ILVAIN.
ap 15 38 Sotlh Charles street.
A tVA RD.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
bhis friends and the public, that he has removed
his SILVER PLATING & COACH LAMP lMAN-
UFAC'ORY, from Bank lane to No. 16 South Cal-
vert street-and having associated himself with Mr.
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH. the business will hereafter
be conducted under the firm otf CAMPBELL &
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in store antdI lor sale,
a general assortment of SADDLERY, and a great
variety of COACH MOUNTINGS and TRIM-
MINGS; such as Springs, Axles, Steps, Bands, Han-
dles, Lamps, Laces, Top Hides, &c. &c. of superior
quality and on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
VARNISH, warranted equal to any in use.
SILVER PLATING in all its varieties, executed
to order fit their usual superior style.
ACH'D. CAMPBELL,
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CAMPBELL avails himself or this occasion to
express his thanks to his numerous friends tor their
very liberal encouragement, and hopes to deserve a
continuance of their patronage. dt? ja 15
SMITH'S CLOCK ESTABLISHMENT.
NO. 34 S. CHARLES STREET, BALTIMORE.
THE above is a branch of the large Clock mann-
factory corner of Ihe Bowery and Division street,
in the city of New York, from which it is constantly
supplied with every description of Brass and Wood 8
day, I day, Alarm, Bank and Chwrch CLOCKS. All
warranted and sold low for cash, in quantities howev-
er large or small.
N. B. CLOCKS REPAIRED by an experienced
mechanic, ap 17 dtf
CITY TAXES, 1'39 & 1840.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the
1 Mayor and City Council have extended the pro-
vision ol the ordinance approved March 1841, charg-
ing interest on arrearages of City Taxes due for 1839
and 1840, to the Ist June next; the charge for inter-
est on the bills of 1839 wilt commence on the 1st Jan-
uary 1840,and those of 1840 on the 1st January 1841.
JACOB DEEMS, Collector.
ma 18 2aw4t


J BENJAbMIN, No. i90 BALTIMORE
SSIlELT, has iFecein6i per late arrivals liom
Europe, aia has ctr'tdnllI, o, hani1 lor sale low,
,)n accominiioaling ie-m',- Ihe folto.min aiticles-
Fich as lGrrillemenri' super Foliig Pi,-cps and
DLLii'-'K GUNS, Duuble aid ingle barr-I; YotAlliis
do do, Bra's.',ieei ,nri Da -Jcu Banrel PISTOIIL',
a erp m lulll awornmernu DO,,His, l alr-s anri otlier kinds
of GERMAN S.LV.tl WARE, silch a- Spoons,
Forks, Sugar Tog.a,-,oip Ldlt-, Fihi Krnies,Pock-
et Combs, Roger-. ter-nlon'a A. i.-rson',. ('U rLERY
Gillott's, Ppirr's. ir. :liN':, Wjrini's, wood'sd',
Mitchell's, Ch ince'-, H.,rwotl' Mosle'%, Heely's,
and Dannis's 'rIEEL Pl-.?S-l.>ith-r ilhli a large
and complete a-urn merent o JEW LLR V an. FANCY
STATIONARY, sul, oih-rartmclsa ,ou unimerous to
mention. Couninntr uticrianis wlild 'do well to calland
examine for ihei-mnseles belote Imrchasuig elsewhere.
oc 24
L EI 1A II AHLt ItE bL'l'\bL.l.H l.N I.--t
I I. I .,' mnrrari hn ti S liars enlr.al iriao CIO-P. t I '-
N I-. -H I P in irP i [ hD Rlu ARE BIUSI N .an-.,it.ld
mo.'t rep-.clili'l -limcill 1re plr.i-ags of Ire puti.cr;
an.l beln, l -irlo,4d in.0 01.n11tolt. e s.ir, lie hd''.' lailt
in an l w-r-. .r-in e a.-..i-irrnent. It i iheir il nri-ri,lion
to lln;V- alas,,y- >rn ,unuld, arrrichb ol ine best qilalllm
an l in thlie i ,- Ir r. Nail. am all kinsl n il .i Siz,
Willbe cO,,t.,nl. I.-'l oi hai,nl, a, Ih i$ hdV irmade
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 a,,i-r.,,Siniainon.
S\MiNIE. MASS,
IikNJ F ZIMMERMAN.
mh 30 d2m Nu -I t Ir.rnklin street.
It E|h%% il I'- ) .I --It, re ul iii,, r, -
$P5L0 sclIeit' w-di entl-r. i though lhel rap
door -n m i. r.-ul o %.inith -y ,rnnlri-, 'g.,i iiilt thnI ir
vaults broken open and the 1lolowing money stolen
near as can be recollected :
One half ,f a $50 U.S. Bank note
Thre right halves of 3 one fiiinItred dollar South Ca-
rolina Bank notes, payable al (iadilrbsor, thought to
be on the R. R. Bank
About $100 in B. & 0O. R. R. orders
$200 in Virginia Bank notes
One $20 Delaware note
One 95 new style Phila. note
One Gold Eagle
About $20 in specie change,and some $200 in va-
rious Counterfeit Ih *it ,.i *s
Also out it ainjrt'vaull;
100 Soaereigns
401 half Eagles
$80 in silver Quarters
$132 50-100 in other Gold.
l'For the arrest and conviction of the thieves and
recovery ot tI.e money tlhe above reward will be gi-
ven. THOMAS & CO.
ma i1 P I PNo 19 Brltiinnre st.
I IL 1. I I I e..l,,,,'-' nne,,I, I r. l 'r ni-.e
I between the subscribers under the firm r \lIe-
KIM & HARRIS, is this (lay dissolved by mutual
consent. Tle business of the concern will be settled
by either ot the partners, to whom all personsindebt-
edl will please make immediate payment, at their
store, No. 248 Baltimore street.
The large and general stock of HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, .&c. belong,n nu tie artosefirm is offer-
ed for sale, andi to arty 1-ei-rn li-i|d.TI n-, o engage in
the Hardware business an unusual (.i.p. ii-,in, is
now presented of commencing under il.e UiuIl ba.Oi-
able circumstances.
ROBFEPT MeKfIM,
S \I :'IOc.L HARRIS, Jr.
P'all-.rioe, Mly 15'h, 1941. mea 18 d4t
D I'O L .OL I ''ION.-The copartnershrp nereotoore
existing under the firm of MILES & MAC-
BllIDE, is this day dissolved by mutu;iA consent.-
All peisoos indebted to them will please call and
make immediate payment, and all persons holding
cla.:, -, rin, I lie said firm will please present them
to .N I HuiNy MACBiIDE, whois duly authorised
to settle the same. WII.LIAM MILES,
ma 18 ANTHONY MACBRIDE.
1 ca l It ii- .i-uI -.mcII.i ..-.-.ir.i 0ot dlscOnr niu-
ing the Mercantile Business, and of closing
their c-ncern, will sell at Wholesale, on accominmo-
dating ten mg, their entire STOCK OF GOODS.
Those who wish to purchase will please call;to
whom the terms of sale wi!l be made known.
Until a sale is effected, Ihey will continue the bu-
siness at reduced retail prices. All those who have
unseti led accounts with line firm, are respectfully re-
quested to call and close them by cash or notes.
EVANS, MORGAN & CO.
Havre-de-Grace, Feb. 27, 1841. tf
P. S. The purchaser can obtain a lease on the store
house, which for advantages, is considered one of the
best in town. 2 1 E. M. & CO.
1200 PACKAGES
BOOTS, StiIOES, HATS, BONNETS,&c.
C H. CAR'OLL & 'I'INGES, N. WIV. cor-
ner of Baltimore and Liberty sts., Up Stairs-
offer for sale by Ihe package or dczen
500 cases BOOTS aud SHOES, comprising a full
assortmentof goods in that line
250 do Fur, Silk, Wiol and Palm Leaf HATS
t100o do Floience bid., Straw & Tuscan Bonnets
50 d j Palm Leaf HOODS
10 do Fur, Hair Cloth and Sealette CAPS
40 do Silk,Ginghamrn &Cotton UMBRELLAS
250 do "Whittemore's" Cotton, Wcol & Horse
Caids; I.nehrr: Trunks; Shoe
Thread; tWai.ptni Paper, &c. &c.
The above are fresh goods, received direct from the
manufacturers, and selected tar tire country trade.
,BYI THE LATE AtitI VA S.- -
OIOHN R. Itilft 11111 & CO. 185 BALTI.
NIIMRKl Si t1-.lI, I..- received by thIe Belvi-
dera and Philadelphia to thii port, and Sheffield to
SNem York, the remainder of their Spring inmporta-
tinms, which addition renders their stoi k complete.
Among them '.1 el) iec.i-,. .1 .- .a few cases superior
new style Pr t,.-i 0 \Ii\ltkit ,, (\r.-.lii .1 beau-
tiful; Chintz and Plaid (Chines LA -% NS; New Style
MOUSLIN DE LAINE; blk and dove CHALLES
entirely new; Albert VESTINGS, &c. &c. Their
stock is now inferior to none in the country, and they
invite the attention of purcha-ers. mh 25 dtf
.CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS.
RASSi CLOCKS, at the low price ot FOUR
DOLLARS each, suitable for stores, offices,
bed rooms, kitchees, &c. Southern and Western
Merchants would do well to call anil look at the a-
bove mentioned Clocks. They are an excellent arti-
cle for exportation, as one dozen can be packed with-
int the compass of one Yankee Clock. For sale
wholesale and retail by A. SHERMAN, 12 Balti-
more street, norihb side.
N. B. Also, a few Bed Room Alarm CLOCKS, tor
sale as above, ma 5
TO MILLIVIIGtT.S. ,CARPEAT'IELt.S, d&
STONE MASONS.
ROPOSALS will be received for rebuilding
illck Mill, situated on Jones' Falls, about two
miles trom tlie city-
For rebuilding the walls, the contractor to have the
benefit of the old materials.
For all the carpenter's work, including the mate-
rials.
For all the mill work.
Apply to WM. A. TUCKER,
President Baltimo-e Fire Insurance Co.
FRANCIS H. SMITH,
Agent Franklin Fire Insurance Co. Philaadelphia.
nra 12 ?eo4t
ANTHRACITE COAL.
THE BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY
are prepared to contract Ior the delivery of ONE
HUNDRED THOUSAND TONS OF A PURE
WHITE ASH ANTHRACITE COAL, from their
Coal Brook Mine, at Wilkesbarre, in the Wyoming
Valley.
For all purposes the Coal from this vein is yet un-
rivalled, having Ior mariy years been sought after for
domestic purposes, and having been successfully test-
ed in several oflhe Iron furnaces at Danville, Pa.;
and in Cupola Furnaces at different places.
It will be contracted for either in lump or broken,
in lots to suit purtchasers, and delivered tunitrncontract
at any of the maots on the Susquihanna river, from
the Mine to H ,Ire de Grace.
This Coal merits the attention of those desiring a
cheap and lasting heat. Aptl) i.5 litens, or in person
to WM. B. srI rlKr. E, President,
of Baltimore Coal Company, Baltimore.
3.-The Boston Daily Advertiser, and New York
Journal oi Commerce, will publish the above to the
amount of $5 eacc, and charge this Office.
mains I-eohm


N l w .0BOOD.
O F, WINCHESTER, No, 1051 Baltimore
0 street, (one eloot east of Charles,) having late-
ly received large additions to his stock, is prepared
to supply customers at wholesale or retail, with a gen-
eral -assrtment of desirable articles, comprising in
part,
Plain and Trimmed Satin STOCKS
do do Silk and Mode do
do do Bombazine do
Silk anti Satin Ope;a Tie do
Summer Stocks, of every style and quality
Fancy bilk and Satin CRAVATS
Plain do do do
do do do SCARFS
Fancy do do do
French and Madras CR \VATS
Linen and MnIusin SHIRTS,
Plain and Ruffled BOSOMS
Linen COLLAIrS and SUSPENDERS
Gloves and HOSIERY, in great variety
Silk, Cotton and Merino Under SHIRTS
Woristed and C(ashmere do
Sillk, Cotton and Merino DRAWERS
Silk en,- Linen Cambric HDKFS
CANES, UMBRELLAS, &c. &c.
Tailor's Sheer., Points and Trimmers,
With a general assortment of TAILOR'S TRIM-
11 NGS., all of which the attention of purchasers
i.-i it:r|'',|]) reqaeslted before supplying themselves
el-ewhere.
Vt IIL., .%% I .. L Qi:. N-NIV tP.., CItL% i
AND GLASS WAREHOUSE.
T HE most compete and s general as oitment of fall
kinds of CHINA GLASS & QUEENSWARE,
now in store and Ior sale on accommodating terms.
(\--ir%'\ Merchanta are invited to cadlland examine
tbl,.-itir) purchase elsewhere
CHINA HALL,
NO. 191 BAL'l MORE ST.
ma Sign "Octaa,,n Pitcher."
009) 1DOZ. LINEN & COT ION TAPES
0 500 doz white and cmi'd Spool COTTON,
100 dcz. Coltn and Silk HOSIERY
50 doz Linen Camhbric HDKFS.
150 p Thread LACE, EDGE and INSERTING
1 case Brown linen DRII.I.S, fig'd.
G \II1hlt. I i N' ,l as.h,,mi-, l.OTHS
.-l~b -nilie. ,md *i,,t.i, V I.' 1 \ NG
Brown French LINLN., HOLLANDS. &c.
Received and for sale by B. C. WRIGHT,
ma 6 No. 151 Baltimore street.
P-ATENTI LiFE ESCAPE LAODrlwl.
INVENTED BY MR. JUDLIN of this City.
It is principally intended to be kept in bed cham-
bers, and so constructed as to be let down from the
window in thecase of fire. It is made ofstrong girtine,
attached to which are steps at a regular distance. At
one end is a large box. lin l with canvass, in which
persons who are sick or imni-I can be placed and low-
ered from any part of a building without the least dan-
ger or difficulty; at the other are iron hooks, which
can be fastened to the wall or window sill. When it
is thus letdown, it becomes a perfect ladder, on which
any one can descend with ease. It is made to fold up
in a very small compass-. 'mitne nox or chest in which
it is placed is fashioned after the form of an ottoman,
andis a handsome oinaiment to a room. jy 27


FOSIERY.-I have jiit received a large lot of
1 COTTON HOSIERY, of all kinds, which I
will sell at much less than the usual prices-among
which are
Brown EMBROIDERED
Wiite (o
Gents. Brown and White Half HOSE
Do do Clocked
Children and Misses cold anIl white
Boys Half Hose. col'd andt white
Misses Brown Embroidered.
Persons in want of their Summer Stock of Hosiery
would do well to call at JOHN A. ROCHE'S,
ma 18 No. 61 Baltimore street.
'OT''iE MEDICAL PROF-SSIOLN.
j HE Select Medical Library, and Bulletin of
Medical Science, No. 2, has lately been pub-
lished, edited by John Bell, M D). &c. &c. Lecturer
or Materica Medics, &c. containing complete the
work of.raftaus on the causes and signs of Acute Dis-
ease, and icuvlt's Outline :of Palhological Semeiology,
translated by 1). Spillean, M. D.Smc. &c.
In No. 1. (January) was issued complete, Bell's
Practical Dictionary otf Materia Medica, including
the Composition, Pieparation and uses of Medicine.
and a large number ofeextemporaneous lorminulm, on
the bases of Brand; crt i ,.iii.z also, in the Bulietin,
notices ot New Won i-, il',ihi Schools, &c.
Subscription $5 per annum, payable in advance.
Published quarterly, by
HASWELL BARRINGTON Et HASWELL,
Philadelphia.
0l3-The Members of the Profession are respectfully
informed that by remitting the amount of yearly sub-
scription ($5) t) thle publishers at Philadelphia-
their Nas. will bg regularly sent en, free of other
charges, ta Balhimore. 131t maa 12
VALUABLE WORKS FOR CARPEN-
TERS, CABINET MAKERS, &c.&CIe.
TlE CABINET MAKERS'ASSISTANT
--Embracing the most modern style of Cabinet
Furniture, exemplified in new Designs, practically
arranged, on 44 plates, containing 198 figures, to
which is piehfixed a shoit ITrratise on Linear Perspec-
tive fobr the use of Practical men. By JOHN HALL.
Architect and Draftisinman.
A SERIES (IF SELECT AND ORIGINAL MO-
DERN DESIGNS FOR DWELLING HOUSES, for
the use ol Carpenters andt Builders, adapted to the
style ot'f Bwl.rn, in, the United Stases, with 24 plates,
2d eltiion. By JOHN HALL, Architect,&c.
A NEW AND CONCISE METHOD OF HAND
RAILING, UPON CORRECT PRINCIPLES:
simplified to the capacity of every practical Carpen-
ter; also, a lull development ct lIbe Cylindric Sections
as applied to Niches, Groin', Domes, and all the
most intricate p trts of Carpentry. By John Hall,
Architect, &c. For sale by the dozen or single copy,
by JOHN MURPHY, Printer and Stationer,
an 20 tf 116 Bl imiore street.
BRANDY, GIN. WINES, OIL. &C.
HE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale the follow-
ingvaluable cargoesof desirable GOODS, re-
ceived direct, the entire shipments beingon consign-
ment.
The cargo per Autamne from Rochelle, consisting
ol 500 hhd. andl qr. casks ri Cognac, Champagne, and
Rochelle Brandy, of vintages 1824 to 1836 ot PELLE-
VOISIN Brand.
The cargo per Lexington from Marseilles, consist-
ing of upwards of 3,10 packages, CtOUSSETS
Brand of Maderia, Port, Run-sillon, Muscat, Olive
Oil, Liquorice pas'e, Castile Soap, Coiks, Maderia,
&c.
The cargo per Cybele from from Palermo, consist-
ing of 370 Butt', Pipes, bhdis. and qr. casks of L. P.
Sicily Maderia, INGHAM'S Brand.
The cargo per Macon ftom Cadiz, consisting of
420 hhdis. and qr. casks of'Sherry oh various qualities,
of the WIDOW SHEIL Brand.
80 pipes of Holland Gin W. PAULS & SON,
BLACK HORSE Brand, direct importation tram
Rotterdam.
With several importations of Port from Oporto,
CHARLES HARRIS and TUKE and HANKY
brands.
Of Madeira LEACOCK,SYMINGTON, WELSH,
LEST andi other brauls, trom Maderia.
With various other Wines, comprising a stock ol
upwards of fiva thousand casks of Wines and Liquors,
selected andputup Xitl e1udl care to suit the market.
They will tbe sold ,it ita credit, and on advan-
tageous terms, without reference to the intended in-
crease of duties on such articles.
GRANVILLE S. OLDFIELD,
ma 13 d Lombard street.
SOOK HERE FOR CHEAP DRY GOODS.-
S DRY GOODS ,f all descriptions, new and hand-
some, will be sold off, at 165 Baitimore street, three
doors from Charles, at such prices as will suit all buy-
ers-SILKS, SATINS. MOUSLINS. CHALLYS,
LAWNS. P-inted MUSLINS, CAMBRICS, JA-
CONETF; handsome SHAWLS, SILK, CASH-
MERE, BERAGE, &c. at uncommonly low prices;
French, E- el'-h. Amnerican 4-4 and 5 8 PRINTS.
GENTI. %I1:EN'-S WEAR--London TWEED,
GAMBROONS, Drillings,CASSIMERES, CLOTHS
&c.
DOMESTIC GOODS ofall kinds, at the manufac-
turers prices, by the bale. case, piece, or yard. The
whole of these Goods will be sold offas low as atany
other house in the city. Call and see.
B.H. RICHARDSON,
105 Baltimore street, 3d door below Charles at,
ma 8
TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET IRON
WARE MANUFACTORY.
STEPHEN BOUIS,
No. 28 BALTIMORE STREET,
(BETWEEN FREDERICKI AND HARRISON STREETS)
O FFFERS FOR SALE on accommodating
0 terms BRASS ANDIRONS, SHOVELS AND
TONGS, &c, BRITTANIA WARE, generally;-
COFFEE and TEA POTS; TABLE and TEA
SPOONS; KNIVES and FORKS; TIN WARE, in
every variety, &c.
He witl Iso> attend to putting up KITCHEN RAN-
GES, alter the latest improved plans;-(not interfer-
ing in thie most remote degree with thie patent rights
olotheis.) Also, Rooting of Copper and Zinc or Tin,
as likewise tLte complete fitting up of Bath Houses.
Latomps repaired, bronzed and lacquered.
i; f- \ll orders sent to him will be faithfully attended
to i I eodyl
A'CITEN TION LAIIES.
If* PAIGE & CO. No. 1211 Baltimore street,
opposite the Mfusevina-Take this method olf in-
forming t ie Ladies of Baltimore and its vicinity, that
they havejust received ,irict from France, a splen-
did as-orttuenit oi Paris KID and MOROCCO, oh'dif-
flrent cqloarrs. Also. a lot of French Coloured LAS-
I l.NiS.iA,, i te now prepa,:." ')i maile to order all
a.nI. ant1,.,c BOOTS and ,ltii,, art the shortest
notice. They have now on hand a complete assort-
ment ofLailies' French and Englishi MoroccoSLIP-
PERS. The Ladiea are re-pecltully requested to call
and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
ap 10 d


SADDLES, SADDLES.
F IIrE SUBSCRIBERS continue to sell ata re-
tduced price their large assortment of SAD-
DLES. Personal wishing any thing in the Saddlery
line are requested to cal: ij.lne rpuicha.ming as we are
determined to close our p.-ri.t t ock tint h spring.
Also. a tiist rate assortment of DOUBLE and
SINGLE HARNESS fir sale at very low rates. Per-
sons about purchasing Cr. ia.a- are requested to ex-
amine our stock. R'l 1.,t-HS & BLASDEL,
ma 13 190 Baltimore street, above Charles.
A CARD,
W ILLIAM F. GILL, Cupper and Leecher,
may be found at all hours iof I he night and day
in the office with B13. Gill, his lalher, at the North West
coiner oat Hanover and Lombard sts. He returns his
thanks for the verI lii e. d r. rI -rise received at his
former office, and .esprctlully u, hIcus a continuance
of the same.
N B. Constantly on hand a large supply of EU-
ROPEAN LEECHES, for sale. ma 12
OIlkR-. HEAD QUARTERS 3d Diriti M"M.
No. 1. 5 Baltimore, 6th May, 1841.
THE following appointments have been made in
the Division, and the officers named will be o-
beyed and respecte'l accordinglv-
HENRY A. THOMPSON, Division InTpecior.
JOHN I. GROSS, Division Quartgr Maler.
JOHN M. GOLIDSBOROUGH, Aid de Camp.
By ouder of Major General SMITH,
WILLIAM MicKIM,Aid-de-Camp.
ma R R* eo4t*


BOOTS AND SHOES ON COMMISSIONN
W M S. SAUNTERS, 9',i ,.1gRKIfT ST.
Philadelphia, has just recr,-.i 1.1n (....O -
sion, an extensive assortment of B9 0 1 AS ANn D-HOES
which are offered at the manufacturers prices for cash
or approved totes, am'.- na ,ihich are Itt- I'olliownlg-
2,00 pairs Means Kmin, .r.,n arnd Seal BROGANS
1,000 do do Calf do. and do. VWeted. Sewed and
Peg'd BOOTS
1,000 do do do Seal & Grain Pump Peg'd Boots
1,000 do do Thick do
2,000 do do Grain and Roane SLIPPERS
3,000 do Boys & Youths KipGrain & Seal Brogans
1,500 do Wn. & Misses Kip & Grain Peg'd BOOTS
1,000 do Women's Kip Peg'd an.i Stiapped sHOES
1,500 do Women's Run Rounds
500 do do Welted and Pump Springs
500 do Leather and Morocco BUSKINS
500 do Misses Run Rounds and Pump Springs
3,000 do ChildrensCACS
Mens Dancing Pu mps, Heel Pumps. Boys
Seal, Kip and Thick Boots, Grain Shoes,
&c. &c.
ALSO.
1,000 doz. Mens and Boys Black Seal Skin CAPS
ofsuperior finish in cases of 13 doz.
1,000 reams common Wrapping PAPER. W. S.
S. is sole sgnt lfor Holden & Saunders Superior Paste
anrd Liqnid BI.ACKING. ma 18 d6m
'llHOSE CliEAV SILKS AMRE NEARLY
GONE AT LEWIS & LEVERING'S.
TEHE great qnii.aii of these extremely cheap
Selection of '-I LKS which we have soid lately,
has thinned our stock oft Silk Goods much. And as
we cannot replace them at such prices, as we are sel-
lirg them, we advise those in seach of silks of any
kind to give us a call soon, lest they might miss great
bargains. We have yet on hand BIk and Blue Blk
Plain and Fi.wed-l Rep SILKS, one yard and a hall
wide; Blue il t Gros de Brilliants; Plain, Figured and
Plaid SILKS, at scarcely half price.
ALSO, LAWNS.
A splendid assortment of French and Enali-h fa-
bric, Silk,Nett, Satin SHAWLS and sCAHFS ala
great reduction in prices.
Bonnet Lawns, Crape Lise, Bombazines, Mouslin
de Laine, which together with a full assorment of
other Dry Goods, we will sell wholesale and retail at
very low prices at our store, 161 Baltimore At.
ma .17 1w 8
A RAiOLS AND SUN'ii(- Rl-.l-:E?.--tilnrg
off, now is the lime to get a cleap and beSulilul
Sunshade, of the tniost fashionable styles. Just open-
ed, I case of assorted Parasols, such as 20 inch plain
of all colours; 18 inch ditto
I case 18 inch Figured PARASOLS
1 do 16 inch do do
1 do 13 do do do
I io 18 do Rich Chenna PARASOLS
2 do 10 do assorted Sun Screens or shades
The above comprise as beanutiful an assortment as
has been offered this season, and the prices much less
(as I am selling off) also, a large assortment ofLi-
nen Drillings, Ganmbioo.ts, ribbed and plain Summer
Cassimerea, beautiful patterns,fine wool Black Cloths
and low priced CLOTHS, for boys, large lot Cotton
Fringes, very cheap, ,,.i .l-m% hi,.en ,, cost pri ces
by GEO. I. KLNN. tRD, 1.5 Balto, st.
mo 18 above Calvert.


INGHAM & BROS. beg leave to state to
their numerous friends end customers that they
have reduced their Freight on thei following Goods.
To $1,50 per 100 lbs. for Dry Goods, Hardware.
do. J,20 100 Ibs. for GI...- ,. ;,
do. 1,00 100 lbs. tor ( i .-,
do. 1,75 per hbl. for Mackerel and Shad,
do. 1,50 for Herrings.
Receipted for the shortest posaitl' time. Apply at
the Depot, No. 122 N,- i Ii)Nart street, orto
J.tM L WILSON, Agent,
Howard street.
Passengers and Emigrants desirous of going West,
will find our line a cheap andI expeditious mode ot
travelling, eae" p,...nT, r is allowed 125 lbs. baggage
tree, andanny t' a,- .-. n..,rv-y trw,-t terms.
B|ibIHAMI.'S Lilia., .e \.l LIJa .



I?,GII L3M & BIOTHERI S have now made
apple arrangements t')r C iii I' -.,.r' un.i
emigrants by their Line, (via -, mii.' I...tn Rilhua-
and Penna. Canui) to Pittsburgh, at the very lowest
rates and in the shortest possible time. Emigrants
desirou, of aoing West wi t find by this line accom-
modation and dispatch, as every exertion has been
used to make it cheap, quick and comfortable; and as
a further inducement each passenger is allowed 100
Ibs. baggage tree-any extra at the very lowest rates.
Apply to JAMES WILSON, Agent.
Howard street, or to
N. W. G. HILLEBRANDT, Agent,
ma 13 Ann street, rear Thames. Fell's Point.
UT UNION BANK OF MARYLAND, May 15,
1 1841.-Notice is hereby given, that a general
meeting of the Stockholders of this Institution will
be held at the Banking House, in the city of Balti-.
more, on MONDAY, the 28th day ol June, 1841, at
10 o'clock, A. M.
The regular annual meeting for the election of six-
teen Directors, lor the ensuing year, will be held at
the s; me place on MONDAY, the 5th day of July.
1841, between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. and 3
P.M.
By (he act of Incorporation, mnt nore that eleven
of the present Diteclors are re-eligible. By order of
the President anti Directors, K. M ICKLE,
ma 17 tawl5thJy Cash'r.
ANN UAL ELECTION.
N EW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN
TURNPIKE & RAIL ROAD COMPANY.-
Notice is hereby given that a Meeting of the S.,i- kli
holders of this Company will be held at i te Office
of the Company, in the town of Newcastle, on
THURSDAY, the 13th day ol May next, between
the hours of 12 o'clock M. anti3 o'clock P. M. for
the purpose of ti. cuna iiiirn-.-n, Drectois to manage
the affairs of the i'.ipr, I-'-..r itih ensuing year.
Thetransfer Bo. I. iill t.- cI-ael from and after the
4th (lay of May until the election.
By older ot the Board,
S M. COUPER, Secretary.
Newcastle, April 27, 18il. eot)3
OFFICE OF TiHE BALTIMORE WATER?
COMPANY, May 11,1841. S
T HE President and Directois of the Baltimore
SWater Comnany, have declared a dividend of
four per cent. ior the last six months, payable at the
Merchants' Bank of Baltimore, on or after the 25th
in-,tant. The transfer books will be closed until that
dale. COLUMBUS O'DONNELL,
ma 12 eo4w P Pre'ident.
OFFICE OF TH''E GAS LLlH CO. OF BAL.
May 12, 1841.
OTICE is hereby given that an election for five
direclorsa to manage the affairs of the company
for the next year, will be heldat this office on Tues-.
day, 1st June, proximno, between the hours ot12 m.
and 2 p. in. By order,
JAMES MOWTON, Sec.
ma 12 3tawtE SPR
FEVER AND AGUE.
R. KERSHAW'S TONIC OR AGUE
AND FEVER MIXTURE, DOUBLE THE
STRENGTH OF ANY OTHER OF THE TONIC
MIXTURES-This Medicine basa never been known
to fail in curing the worst cases of AGUE & FEVER
It has been extensively used for three years, and not a
single case has come to the knowledge ofthe proprietor
where it did not perfectly and permanently cure the
disease, lie can therefore recommend it with the full
confidence that whoever will try it. will find this
statement to be true-Marny Certificates cart be shown
whete the Mixture has produced the most astonish-
ing cures.
Prepared and sold by P.S. CHAPPELL,
Druggist, No. 170 Balto. st.
This Medicine is prepared also in the form of PILLS
as some persons prefer that form of taking medicine,
and is composed of the same ingredients as the mix-
ture in a more concentrated Ib*o.m, and is equally as
efficacious as the Mixtur-; Ii,, are l.nown as Dr.
KERSHAW'SAGUE AN 1.-E'VER PILLS, and
kept for sale by those who sell the Mixture.
ji 14 d
DEItPOT o'v Ti E CELEBRtATEDUGErf-
UINE JOS. ANTON. FARiNA'S COLOtNE
WATER.-The subscriber being appointed agent for
the celebrated genuine Joseph Ant. Farina's Cologne
WATER, will have constantly on hand a large sup-
ply of the finest quality, put up in a superior style,
and which he will be able to offer to the trade on the
most reasonable terms.
In reference to the above advertisement he
begs to state that he has just received by the late
arrivals a large supply of Ihe aforesaid celebrated
Cologne WATER, and can assure the trade that for
quality and price it cannot be excelled, and respect-
lully begs their attention. JOSEPH BOURY,
Importer of French, German and English
mhi19 dIm Fancy Goods. 161 Baltimore st.
F, DEVILLi.,
No, 4, South at. 3 doors from Baltimore Street.
Just received, an extensive as-
-.-" ,-ea' sortment of PERFUMERIES.
"e~'.-v'. I-Having made arrangements with
several of tt" m. fashionable
p-rlumer in Pun. ,_ ,it
h-m o ,.rier thm m lr-
ale price'i, viz.
uCol gene;, La'.?ss Wo ; Po-
matums; Soaps; Cream-; PaiCte; P.sd,rs, Puntf;
Hair-Dye; Vdalentines; Depilatory Puldeir; Tooth
Pa'tes, Lxtracts. &c. &c.
Constantly rrcrving, Drsraring Caies. Gloves: Mitts;
Suspenders; Prs; ldaz)rs anil Strop.-:; Coibs;
Briihe.; Hand hrinois, i hb a afiely of olher fancy
articles.
PARIS IILLINERY and FLOWERS up stans


JAIIIl ; 3 U U.. ,U.It .. LU
A RE prepaid to forward (GOODS by their PORT-
ABLE CAR BODY LINE, Ihom BALTI-
MORE to PIT'TISBURG. This is the only line run-
i-ine btui,.rn Baltimore an r.'. burg,. thst carries
G,.o.ls ihoil Re-packing, i-l. j *,,, or Separating
b) the way.
Receipts given for 8 days at the following rates per
oo0 lbs,
Dry Goods, &Ic. $1.50 Hardware&Qu'nsw. 31,50
Groceries, 1,20 Shad & Mack'l. pr. bl. 1,75
Coffee, 1,01 l1.rri,. -, rrbbl. 1,50
Merchants are T-p. c,-.l T i ii..t- ito call at the
Dept, No. 68 North street, near tie Post Office.
ap30t JOHIN WEST, Agent.
F-lkEltHT I TTO PI0ITa BUL.G.


THi" UiTl'rL :T %mas.2'4i rtia.Il'A.LE
BOAT LINE.
S now prepared to receive and forward Goods
via Baltimore and Susqiuehanna lidil 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 10 days.-
Shippers are requested to call at the Depot, No. 19
Speari's Wharf. No transhipment takes place between
Columbia ra.-i Pitdili.ira. W. D JONES, Agent.
On the o.peri ig l mhi. Tide Water Canal, Goods
will be sent per Schooners to Havre de Grace and
from thence in Portable Boats to Pittsburg,
ap 21
U 'I'ATI...TS P0 I'.tBLHE: hO TI' LINE.
FRtOM B11 'tI 'lih)E 1t0 FI1 IR[_tIRG BP1
.'-'HtOEIRiS Ii) \VF.V -DE. GIE CE. 'VI
TIlE V WUIER C'NAI ANI) IFI-.N'\SLV'-
NIA CANAL AND. ALLEI.IiAN'i 1-uRl'AGE
RAIL ROA l[ TO PI i 1.,BUIhG.




THIS LINE IS COMPOSED OF BOATS
buiit in four sections, susceptible of being se-
parated and passed over the Alleghany .rouiainri rn
cars constructed for ihe put pir. -. iLLereiy avoiding
the great delay and e meh. oel a I r.,itipmienlr at each
end of the Portage RdlW'ay. The daig.r ofjiLury
from the frequent handing, and reuderig tj imposi--
ble to separate lots ol goods on the route.. ...
These boats are of light construction, towed by
two horses, and iun day and liihu (n'i[ii.iiif .xcep
ted) delivering goods in the -I,...-1t '- .-.-ible lime,
andt at the fbllowiing rates per 100 Ios.
Dry Goods, 4c..............................$1 25
Groceries -............................... 1... 121
Coffee.......................................1 00
Hardware and Qureensware.................... l 25
Shad and Mackerel, rer bbl.................. 175
Herrings.............................. .50
Consignments trom New York, Boston or, else-
where, will be received and lbrwarded, and all ex-
penses paid without a, -ch isv f.r Commission.
V1ILI,.1AM I,. JONES, Agent.
ap 21 No. 19 Spear's wharf.
SUSOUEIHANNA LINE.
FOR INTERMXIEDIATE POINTS, PENNSYL-
VANIA IMPROVEMENTS.




T il I'. 1 I'- t, lv r L'.I i bl b.r'- g -, c-iiI u[..ra-
tio-n, Gcods will be forwarded to al points along
the Pennsylvania State Improvements. Apply to
LOWRY & GILL, Agents,
ap 22 No. 75 Bowly's wharf.


KILIU11 |.:4 it *11 l 5UUioll.
D i I I .I H l '.
Fi filht L r 1 i./,f, r..
DL'I'OT.
No. 114 North Howard Street,
between Fran/lin id AlMulberry sts.
D LEECH & CO. are now prepared totrans-
port goods, to I i i[ ;I, ,. i the Susquehanna
Rail Road. and Pennsylvania Canals, at the follow-
ing prices.
Dry Goods &c.,.............. per 100 lb. 81 50
Hardwarep, ........ ...... '" 1 50
Groceries ........................ 1 20
Coffee........................ " 1 00
Mackerel and ShIad...........per brl. $1l 75
Herring....................... 1 50
Time 8 days.
an 29 dft JOS. TAYIOR & StON, Agents.


WV .aNTED--. YtUlIH in a WI.il .c rii.l
SRelil DMy Gc-.oai tare, alhe t%%s lI a i I.e
knowledge oft Ihe business would be preferred. Enr-
quire at this office. ma W'----
C OOPERS WANTED.-Several Coopers are
wanted to g o South, where constant employ-
ment and liberal wages will be given. Apply to
ma 19 J. J I tINE[R N lie0.
TWOTICE-The owner or consignee of two
11 stoves per Sloop Picopftil5, K', rit, iitrr, from
Havre-de-Giace, will p!, r'c-C.i i bn 11 c'Ite.' tie
same ot J HANkEV,
ma l9 corner Pralt at. andlpSinai' v.ati, ,
D RAVING & PAINTING.-'T'HOMAS
R. HOFLAND, late Professor of lrathin, ...1
Painting in the West Chester Young La-li.-.' i.n-n.
ary, anim Bolmar's Academy, Penn., bpg' l1ave ta an-
nounce to the ladies and ginlltemru 01i Htllin-. ir aind
its vicinity, that he is pre.areid to instruct classes in
the various departments on the art-ceomprising Land.
scape, the Human Figure, Perspective, ant Topiogia-
phica iDRAWING, in the lilowinig sni.i.:-L'm,!
Pencil, India Ink. Sepia, Pep LDra"ii.ig and Pai, ,ii,
in Oil and Water Colors.
Mr. HOFL \ ND having arudied his profession un-
der J. D. Harding, Esq. k A of London, and tho-
roughly acquired ire aysnem of intat eminent master,
relies confidently rburn b,-rig able to give '-rinte sa-
tisfaction to those who may honor him witt itheitr pa-
tronage. TEH MS.
For ne quarter, comprising Thirty-six Lessons,
Common Branches.................$12
Painting in Water Color........... 15
Painting in Oil..................... 5,
Principals of Schools will be liberally treated with,
and lessons given at lheir rooms.
Private leson9s givn at pupils' residences when
desired.
B~rzaaxicxs:
Jno. L. Carey. Esq. I
N. C. Brooks, Esq. -Balimoe.
J.N.McJilton, Esq. ala.
H. Lewin, Esq.
Mrs. A. H. Lincoln Pielps, late of W. Chester
Y. Ladies' Seminary, lahway, N J.
Anthony Bolmar, E-q. West Cha er. Pa.
Juohua Shaw, Aiirlt, Philadelphii.
Classes w i meet at the building corner of South
anil S-,rornd trieelt. %%here Mr. HI)FLAND nmrvy i.-
wayi be loinI. between tre hours ol 9 and 12, A "M.
and 2 aiid 6. P. 1M. ap "4 'il
T EKALEttIS IN FANCY SOAP AND
oPEUFUNiERIES-Jusl ecerve. i rumin N V, ik
alot of Greacry's Washinglun SHAVING ('KI AN,
which is offered al prices worthy the anet1n,. i. I d-. -
lets in ibs line, warranted superior io aiv olliPr n
the Lnited Slates l t6 virin. Please call ird -x.
amine before purchmsingelse-heir; sold &I manuiic-
lurers prices, if applied for immelialelv, by
JOS. HANKEY,
ap 22 coiner Pratt at. and Speai's wharf.


aS FOR LIVERPOOL-Ti e hin- c r-rr.l
Suab copper lsite, tihp L[.Z I 2 \ it ,lI" Ii K
Francis Dai I-, ma-itn; caring. lake I tie U I t1.i iI'tL ar
rits. For Ieight 0ol nicli, or ta;sage. |bias In ;.b [ne-
nor accomm,.noitois, .appli t,
ma 17 '(L\kK u KELL.OGG.
j f FOt R ANT'WfE P--I lr., re cippered
etand copper fastened bark BALTIMOrtr, I.
M. Hill, master; will have immediate desatach Ilur the
above port. For freight of the bulk or 50 hhd, or 0CO
bbls. Apply to F.RODEWALD & DIDIER,
me It 11 H.r. -t r .,.i
.FOR BsEME,--lie .. -,, .i -
A PHEN LURMAN, CaptainJohn A. Conic-
ling, will be despatched for thea above port wiltiout
delay. For freight apply to
ma 18 oELRICHS & L.U [A N.
SFORI KIiNGSIOUH. JAMAi I('A-I-..,
icoplered arid ci.pper lasIrI-id baaiq.t (O.,li, *
I. m.J. aIlls, ma.ler; Will .ill l ur t- o,01 1at'l .E
in or about the 20th inst. For balance of treiglitt ur
passage apply to WMl. MASON I& w.
ma II dlts No. 6 Spedr'. wharf
] PASSAGE FOR THE I.LiiND ut?
O TRINIDAD.-The supermur rI.eAi i.rnj EN-
Y P. SUMNER, Capt. Tyler,viii gn.. a-. coin-
modations, will sail for Port Spain the tore part uf
next week, For passage only apply to
RUTHERFORD & HURLBUT,
ma 19 II Bow y's wlhart.
a FOR NEW ORLEANS--egulai Line
of Baltimore and New Orleans PacKets-I lie
packet Lbarque MARY, Captain Mvyrick, is nw
loanirg at 'enby's whart, and will have de-pat:h.
For irigmt or taasiage apply to
u.a 17 1..A HK & KELLOOG.
I FOR HARTFORD-Reguirar Line.--I fie
schr AVON, Capt. Crowell,wil receive lreilglt
tor me above named port. Apply to
RUTHERFORD m H URLBUT,
ma 19 14 Bowly's wtarf.
tF R I BOK BSl'WU N-KF..Ulnl L,, 1rU.--
s eili t bril TOKE., Mayo.mst-i. all erl ,grn
despatch. For freight or passage apply to
J. W. OSBORN, 82 bowly's wharif.
:J-Shippers by this line pa),; 5 per cent less harf-
age in Busion iUhen by any otLhr vraeli'.
ma 17 P
ma u FOR BO-S'iUN-L-IUiihit i,,1 i.i.,n __
kLine--l'he packel bring CHA I'HA .I, Cap ,i n
Nickeison. can l4ke tie b ilk or 3'JU nbs .hI.a tili
sail in a day or two. Foi lt:iini to I ) Io
ma,17 CLARK & KEL.LOGG
g I UK BOUTO '-l-lg,.a.r ,...amu ,L, l'
Linre-'l'he pact brig ALINI. NA, H..->v,'
n,,nri, -will have der.d'iti. For hI -i,.t cr o -ar p ae
apply to the Captain on board, or to
THOS. R. MA T]TTHLWS,
ma 14 d4t P 10 B,,wlv's wh'rf
j au OIL OSTON --lli'ri ,,,, L.,. -
a TIt'e regular packet brig BAL I 1 1,PIt;,-. Par-
ker, master; will have despatch. I-.i riigtii .i pas-
sage apply to THOS H 1 i hI ui. i
Owma a d P 12 & 13 Bowlv's whnarf.
&I FOFU ALEXANDUtlA, U. u.- itn
good 6chr. REPEATER, Capt. Travels. For
fileni apply o10 W. ItriuiAliS,
ina ; ('5t 61 Sinli.' ,.,.
SFUlo SALE FO CLOub' A tuN-
M CCER N --' h, belt sailing cipp-r I'.;'r.,te.m an..l
ci.petr-id bigi RIIXBLI-V, buti'lien li t ..
2000 bbls. now in complete order for ai.y vy,,age.
Apply to Capt. McDonald on board at Cordery'a wlif
F. P; or to THOMAS W1LSOIS & CO,
mal12 48 S (;ay st.
S FOR SALB, FREIGHT OR CHAR-
Th. i- I'hebrig CONSTAN D'IA, 'ailt #a!-
I n, a goodI l.w deck vessel of 148 63 95 tons buithen:
nine years old and in good order. Ap; ly to the Capt,
on bdard at Jackson's BlAI.,l, or it
rraiO P W ,\il HOIWFLT. I& SO.
F FOR NALE, I. LITI l OW I II 1%t, -
Eli.--The coppeird ir.-I copper fastened
Iba.q e ELINOMU ,I apl. W. \V -,'furd, 240 torts,
carie, ".:otI barriels Apply to E. 1)ltLW, or on bnardt
dt Ramnsay'" whirl, F P. ;,p 19 dtt
-- FOR 'FR IGHT' OR-(HA R'I Li-
The copper tas-neld and,,I c..ii|'red brig SAL-
D,\NA, 'd pl "-t-ltb,. I nrtij i n db,il 1800 bbl$
In ie hie ltahr. L.-.ZELLEI-, Capt. I1.1ilm.'gP,
JW(burlbjih-7jiuttbib.
"lihnte bne c)iper f'a tered ch.-r. GRND
ISLAND), Cdpt. Pani.e, b.iblint '9to "i-.--
r, terms apply to CLA iK & KELLOijt,
m; 17
fl FOR SALE-The new ati td-t s, ni ng
/ Bai tore bui t arhi CLIO, of 137 84-ittn t n.s
tuitni, ( I iw, DOi 8 nn, ) coppered and copier l a-
tined, and in order to.anrty vovage For I t.Lri apply
to Calt. M. Kelly, on tait .1 Smit i'% trip yaid.
Fell's Point, orto HENRY H ll I. lM',
ap30 ( itt P No, 4 Coieunrce rt.
SFOR SALE, FREIGHT Ht HAIL-
I& TER-The new schooner MERCHANI',
clipper built and copper fastened, 130 tons. For terisis
apply to Capt. Thomason board, ;ov.sr .n I MIcK -
derry's wharf, orto J. R. GIt.HA %I,
ma 13 4t 88 Dugan's whirf.
fn FOR I .KEIHt'r Oil CIIAItT I a-A-t
bTh.t lie I a lriina .:upp-i-I.liiij c-ip. I.s.
lein-i mug AMAZI' N, %edg.,, naWtler; tilnlIhni. a-I-
bout 2200 bbls. Apply to
LAMBERT tiITI INGS,
ma 19 6t Exclhanee Place.
WS FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.-
The eschr JOSEPH GORHAM, C qpt John
Winiams; will stow about 1400 bbls. now in order for
a voyage Foar terms apply to E. P. COlhIEN,
ma 19 P 74 Bowly's wharf.
FOR FREIGII t'll (Oil Iit(Ti.i-
A The fine achr. ESTHEH EI.IZA, It adron,
waster; 650 bbls. burthen. For terms apply to
JOHN P. ADAMS,
ma 19 7 Bow y's whtF.
WANTKEO-A vessel to load witni t0 nor
150 pigs iron at Havre de Graca lor Provi-
dence, R. I. Apply to
KERNAN & STILL[NGER,
ma 19 3t 17 Siear'is wnf.
SFtiKEIGHTI FUR AMAUEItiA-ihub0
bbls. freight for Madeira can be had fora gotd
VESSEL. Apply to R. &I A CARTER.
ma S18 74 Bowly's whtrf.
IH HORSES FORI SAtLE.-6teveula
pairs of match HORSES, gentle and
well broken to harness. Also, several
saddle and single Harness Horses, soa e
of which are fast. They way be seen at
JOHN STEWVART'S Stables,
Nomlh 1C.Itriu street,
ap 7 d Oppn,,ite In. t',(y Spring.
ELECTION.-Notrce is hereby given to tie
Stockholders in the Baltimore and Lhesapeake
Steam Towing Company that an election lor seven
Directors to serve the ensuing year, will bp held be-
tween the hours oft ten and twelve on THURSDAY,
the 20th inst. atthe office of ile Baltimore Insurance
Company.
ma 17 d P C.W. KARTHAUS, Pres.
3|O DARK BAY HORSES WAN'I Fl) -
Wanted, thtirty dark bay Horses. Irty oust
be at least 15j hands high, of good form, sound,
compact and active, free from defects and blemishes
of all kinds, and not over seven years old. A cross
with the thorough bred horse would be preleired.
An agent will attend at be Geo'l. Wayne tayrrr, at
the corner of Baltirsore and Paca streets, daily, from
3 P. M. till 6 o'clock, P. M. None need be exhibi-
ted but such as are perfectly sound, mra 18-dtf
1 N PF0O1Hi.'. TION-WA N T E D-The sutibcni-
bers are desirous of ascertining the address of
Garrett Burke, a gentleman connected with (ie Ford
family, his signature being required to a teed of con-
veyance. The information will conler aSr. rbr.si,, n
on FOWLEK & "1 \'IN,
n', !R -it lans ageerti. Tt.tifrnn e
A bUiJ \v ilv'J EiU, I., iu tr.e r.d.- -. N- ,t
my Printing Office. Jt)S. ROBINSON,
ma 18 No. 110 Baltimore st.
W AZNTEDTO HIRE-A smart, active col-
oured BOY, between 14 and 16 years ofagae--
a slave would be preferred. Apply at this cffiee.
mal8 dlw
,A 'I EU--A ensrit a WuVi'i nhii cii. ris r
S ,,l':,ret, uo go atOilt 2 iitile in t Lie c, ni rit to
conk, wash and iron. None need apply but tlose
who can come well recommended. Apply at this
office.
Also-A servant man who underetsnda gardening.
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AMERIC

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THURSDAY MORNING

PoWaished every morno N
street, by DOBBI

Tagu-Daily paper eight dol
yearly. Country papers five
advance, unless tre subscript
All new advertisements appea
pars 6+ cent*.

U. S. BANK.-The Reply
Committee to the letters o
in this day's gamerican.
thus promptly we have bee
editorial articles, adverti

BALTIORE AND ENNSYLVA
FrsedIs, delivered a few d
Rooms, on the Resources
West, and the Relations of
occupies in reference to th
EVENING, at eight o'clock,
Sfdrmity with the request
tile, trading and manufact
interest in the mass of stat
will be presented

THE CONGRESSION
heartily congratulate our r
election in this District
to the national councils B
best. As an able and cons
American policy he is n
than as a man of genius
such men there are in th
the better it will be for t
our of that body, whose do
have nol. elevated its cha
thinking men. Mr. RANDAL
time to Congress, will car
"afi-an o-nhis eonstiluents and
able mind which gained i
been known. It is no slig
tifleation at the success o
thy to be its representati
contest.
The Hon. DANIEL WEBSTE
Tuesday night by the stea
phia, and departed for Was

The travel on the Annapo
sumed to-la

The venerable Judge DUsv
resigned his seat on the
of the United States, is r
health, on his estate in P
ryland-ria his 89th year.
December, 1753. His mind
tion, are, we understand, as
time of his life-a remark
effects of regular habits

UNITED ST
An adjourned general me
ofthe U.S. Bank,was hold
day, which was nu
Mr. Lippincott, chairman
mittee, submitted a Report,
which was adopted, accept
"relief bill," and agree
which may hereafter be pa
ban
A resolution offered by M
StedL authorizing the Boar
lie notice, according ta la
Legislature lor a reducti
of name of tie Inatitutin,
the directors to exercise
time aid manner of pledge
payment of the circulation
In rep!y to a question ask
thea bank, Mr. Bayard read
which was handed to him b
Dray
Relative Position of the As
Bank, May
The liabilities of the Ban
the other city Banks, am
were sercuredi by an assig
to 87,7
The liabilities of the B
863 829 -secured by deposi
$24,71
It was further proposed t
of the Bank-the circulat
td1 In either banks, amount
special pter-ge of assets
Th,-p arrangements wo
317,787.433 in assets unple
$2224,898, not sec
SSome other proceedings t
notice t

TIDE WATER
Correspondence
HAVE DE GRACE,
The trade on the Canal
boats have arrived here ye
freighted with wheat, flou
ber, &c. The boatmen repo
throughout the whole line,
ference over the Pennsylv
they can carry much heavi
than they can bring to C
here yesterday with 72 to
anotherto-day
The steamer Linnrmns b
boats from Chesapeake Cit
at anchor in John's Creek,
yesterday. On Saturday sh
Thursday seven boats. Ab
sed through the Union an
have returned by this rou
been mostly but lightly f
Wolcott will have two boa
morning. She brought up t
of Weaver and Miller's Pe
ning heavily laden. This
boat ibis spring. The wind
greater part of yesterday,
no damage to either vesse
which were outside of th
carg
The bridge over the Su
was very much damaged
continued blowing with e
hour longer, it would hav
1 am unable to state the p
age. On several of the p
at least t

4 Gleam of Hope.--The
8th instant states that a l
passed Pope's Harbor on F
three o'clock-supposed


from New York for Bris
mercial Advertiser seems t
may have been the Presi
the first part the wind w
--vtintbeen ice boun

The steamer Britannia le
ton at I before 5 P. M. on
go out at Ihe hou r announce
clock, but grounded on a b
wharf, which caused the d
was outside Boston light, h
12 miles per hour against
8000 letters, 7030 newspap
the Atlas, over thirty p
CASE OF McLEOD.-The
Tuesday's proceedings in
York, is from the New Y
after
Al the opening of the C
trict Attorney of Niagara
depositionstn relation to t
ofDurtes, with McLeod's p
was also read-the part of
of December last, not read
McLeod was, in the Presi
ble to the Cour
On the affidavits and doc
Bradley. on the part of th
quett speech, took tihe b
entitlert to his discharge
done what he was charged
perior orders, high
Mr. Wood opened for the
authorities, andti showing t
charge os a return to a h
dictnent had taken place
pleaded
The Attorney General, Mr
very learned argument, ci
to the same effect, and is
ing to discuss the case, i
its merits.
AUrHENTIC FROM FL
from the Nadlinal Iit, ell
been received from the Co
ida, under date ol the 71r ir
been made from Tampa Ba
two hundred Ir dians, ol %
ing all that had been eolle
last few months, and man
moved during the e,-r. F
tour hundred ansl inty,
dred and twenty are w-iir
emigration of the rem.iind
not without some hope s ef
Jones and his followers, wh
Fab


MARTLAND CONGR
TI
We are enabled to present
turns ofthe votes cast o
Fourth Congresa
FOURTH DISTR
Whig.

00 M
*a a
S '*
3 t
~' u
1 ,4 3


Baltimore City,....... .
*Anne Arundel,.......1340

7783 7733
Randall's majority overM
Kennedy's do do

*Including An
We annex the official ret
more city, which shows a
the statement publ
BALTIMO
OFFI
WCS
00
I s~
S .
Wards.
I.................. 433.
2.................. 375
3 .................351
4 .................. 592
5-..................466
6................... 190
7..................360.
8............ ..... 933 50
9 .................343
10...... ...........492
II ..................703
12...................36
S13.................. 480 482
14 ................... 32 .320

Total,....... .6413.
FIRST D
WORCESTE
Districts.
Caston's,...-........ ..
Snowhill,...............
Cross Roads.......... 5
Parson's...............
N utter's,............... .
Berlin, No
Colbourn
Atkinson's
347
SOMERSET
Salisbury..............
B Creek,...............
Quantico...............
rap......... .......... ..
H. Neck..........:^...
Dame's Quarter-........
Princess Anne............
Tyaskin,.... .........
Brinkley's, N
519
DORCHESTE
The majority for Cottman
reported
Mr. Jones' majority in W
far as heard from above, is
man a majority thus far of
the districts to be heard f
vote considerably, so tha
elec
THIRD D
No Whig candidate
HARFORD
Williams.
Abingdon.
HsllsX Roads,
Belle Air,
Marshalls,
Dublin, 2
903
4

470 msJ. i
BALTIMOR
(Offi.
Districts. Wil
1. Ellicott's
2. Randalltown, 106
3. Pikesville,
4, Reisterstown,
5. Whito House,
6. Middletown,
7. Wiseburg,
8. Cockey's,
9. Govenstown,
10. Slade's
11. King's,
12. The Neck,
1202
5

663 maj. in
FIFTH D
FREDERIC
Wm. Cost Johnson
Jefferson............... 1
Creagerstown,......... 17
New Market...........2. 2
Emmitaburg ........... 175
Buckeystown,......... 200
Woodsborough.........
Liberty................ 3

779

29

481 mpj in
MONTGOMER
Johnson,
Medleys,.............. ..
Cracklin,................
Rockville,. ..............
Clarksburg......:........- .
661
7

588 maj. i
CARROLL
Johnson.
Westminster District,..
Uniontown ...........
Taneytown-,..-.......
Myers' District- .
Franklin District-...

3
*
370 maj. i
Total majority for Johnso
SIXTH D
Freder'ck co. Ly
Frederick city......... 45
Middletown--.....-- .. .
Pelersville-......-
Hauvers ...........
Washing
Hagerstown-...........
Wihhismsport,.-..........
Leitersburg,. .
Clearspring,-...........
Cavetown---------
Boonsborough-........ 55
Sharpsburg,. .. ...
4lleeg
Cumberland-...........
Flintstone-.............
Froslburg,.............
Little Crossings......-
626
A memorandum from Cum
60 majority in Ahle

The Editors of the Ameri


quested to publish the fol
Patriot of yesterday, relati
on Mutilated Railroad Not
Ptriot of the 13th and the
3. F
Both of these statements
that the public may not be
lowing statement: On the
12th instant, I called at th
Ohio Railroad Company, in
ed two of their one dollar
demption or exchange. Th
worse of the wpar, and the
idently worn off in the ha
handed them to Mr. Atkin
Company, and asked him t
ted, that several attempt
the Company by presentin
for exchange, and that th
cessary to guard against s
jecting all that had no part
that if there were only one l
it would be sufficient to ju
kinson also 6tated,thatthis
the matter, as Mr. McLan
in the president's office. H
of the clerks,and requested
to these gentlemen, andt s
Patriot office, and an exc
minutes the clerk retrirned,
ofthemwould be redeemed,
by Mr Atkinson was, the w
Beale H. Ricbardson, a di
ing present, heard the latte
and knew ofthis decision
opinion that the notes w
gentlemen were also in th
time, and heard Ihe conve
son andi
One of the notes I had j
ofWestminster, Preriden
ings Institution, and ment
kinson at the time. I aft
Reese. The other note is n
ing room of the Patriot. It
and has very distinctly o
tor Louis McLane. Wilh th
public will be able to d
Ralroad Company refuse to
which in long service have
original
l also said to Mr. Atkins
to know the facts in the ca
would.Jlog iled in the P
gd,,maain against loss b
O tAJi fe office I comm
tl Ihe in H ir meiat
whichT appea-iTiin 'he Patri
Is how le-puh
JOHN F. McJILTON, C
BALTIMRE May 1
The St. Louis papers men
Madison, the prinrmcipal of
late murder at that

Among the passengers i
Philippe, sailed from New
tain McKxU vBa, of


REPO
THE INVESTIGATE
To the Stockh
Bank of the U

It is with considerable
Sabers of the Committee o
at the meeting of the 4th
the attention of the Stoc
on certain statements ma
in his letters to "the Hon
published in t
In submitting the report
which was to them as une
having assumed the offi
wasla duty from which the
formation of the causes a
prostration of a Bank wit
which had been declared
years before to be in a s
was demanded by the al
those interested, and it w
due to the community, an
members of the committee
swer should be an hone
answer was given in thie
tive of facts, which had oc
it became a State Insti
think and calculate, thes
cient to account for its a
ference fairly deduced f
to any of those who had b
with its management, it
themselves before the St
The Committee were not a
was not for them to arraign
and Directors as persons
confined examination to
planation on any partic
sought for it from those
able to f
A vindication of the me
administration was certa
the former President, aind
limited to this, the com
silent. But a personal
upon them, their motives
peached, and some of the
report having been formal
notice of charges grave
neces
It will be remembered th
pointed not only to verify,
the report of the Director
did proceed bolh to verify
We conceived that we had
quire how the immense ma
come into the possession oft
at once conducted us back
granted to the Exchange C
settlements which had been
to the cotton operations,
led to the hypothecation of
of these securities for deb
tertained that the Stockho
amination to be made, and t
heard to the forthcoming r
munity in general looked
nmere verification of the
further confirmed in theso
the BoarJ of Directors, in
"the affairs and transaction
causes of its actual situati
that such an investigation
that the results might be la
Stockholders in April follow
that this resolution is tobe
confusion" which followed t
meant by the Directors as
for the purpose of "reliev
the blame on the
Whether this were so or no
explicitly to deny thai it
standing such as that refer
to add after what has alre
no difference in the cour
before determined to pursue
been passed, a full and t
affairs and transactions o
attempted; and if access t
that purpose had been ref
been reported to the stock
have been left to adopt s
have deemed proper un
It has also been asserted
"a conspiracy got up by th
Navigation Company, aid
who did not see that they w
fish associates," and tha
geance of the Schuylkill
the Bank of the Unitetd Stat
Reading Railroad." The s
been informed that four of
the committee was composed
a single share of Schuylkil
nor have the interest of a s
ment. As additional evident
assertions it is stated tha
man of the Committee, was t
of stock in the Bank, and Mr
important fact, which the
information was obtained w
noticed, that the remaining
tors together of five hund
which the whole Board of t
January last (in which ele
Biddle had a considerable ag
hundred and fifty-four sh
to have been so incautious
as to invite the remark th
two shares was ju
Mach pains have been tak
that the labors of the co
likely to be, iniurious to their
Now ihe facts are that the st
upon the publication of the
1841), from 64 to 50, and up
last to 16, and the n tes to
Whether the losses of thec
cribed to the policy and m
tration, as the committee t
which made that prostrati
Mr. Biddle contends,-in ne
all been done before the c
But it was evidently oune o
reassure the Stockholders,
them with a fair and honest
availability, but of the pr
assets in better times and
stances, and thus encoura
stock. This was a prominentur
terly inconsistent with ani
the Bank. carry down tie R
increase the profits of th
Comp
A aingle observation may be
the subject of thie condition i
Banlk. "'dhIe report ofdividend
ed resolutions and statement
referred to, and much relied o
Report may be safety left to
appendix, and form ajudgmaen
sel
It will be there seen that tin
amounted to
Steck Remittance to Europe,
Special Loan to the Commonwea
And the following not
having to pay tnemn
into presions t
Bonds of Planters' Ba
Mississlppi 5 percent.
Michigniu 6 per cents,
-- 6 30
t.'. .? r
To this may, with great proprie
items In the account of Aaril
the same nature wv
Bills discounted on o
curiny,
Real Estaute,
Banging Fontuse,
Bonds and Mortgages,
800,532
So dirproportionnate an invea
eltise would render any bank e
and ltookirg at the fluctuating
make it highly problematical wh
cumstanced would not bu oblige
mercial revulsion that might o
this course of policy cripp'en t
sue for money mn Europel andl ca
ed. if Mr. middle leather prose
1839, how it happened mhnt not
before any of tlose octirrenc


now ascribed, before the "lpro
Co," before $the sales of post
fore "the publication of the fir
resumption, fnd o before "thie t
of August, 1839, Mr. Jaudon e
and Biddle for 50,0001. and tel
Bank of the United S
We proceed now to a brief rev
to which thIe accuracy of these
have been call
1. As to Mr. tidd
Tbe first item of that account
as fo
"Jan. 30, 1840. Hisnot
interest, being for 700 sh
Stock purchbased of ime
3, 1839,
Mr. Biddle affirms tlat it was
long after he leit the Bank that
bro
The Journal Pntry of thie S
relation to this i
Feb. 3, 1841. Nicholas t
suspended, for anmouunt
cording to the following
est, from Jan. 30, 1840,
"'Sold by Thomas Biddle & C
waited,
1839, Jan. 29. 100 share
$45,
Interest 12 mos. to Jan. 1840,
33,3
Commission J,
'..
1839, D
To cash paid,
1840, Feb. 1, do do
Balance due by N. BHdte, Es
wrichn is payable in 12 mosa. f.
at 6 percent
(-igneB)
Thus it appears, if this ent
stock was bought on tile 09th J
interest in twelve morrt'e, fro
when 'is maturity : arrived, Feb
paid, it was transferred to the
and Mr. Biddle.ither asked
twelve mntm
The second hitem of the
"Jan. 3,1841.-lils note
intetsi, anV. '.n hU ilt a -.
teesd I-) lr it ld. snj no
In the original impression thi
tile word never printed for n
until liter some four hundred
soonas discovered, lhe corre
and with the pen inas a tnyny as
ble, however, ttat a few copi
fore this was 4one. This is th
second item, which as it was an
ed, wruld ha e- led almost an
cal mi
The third item o
--Balance o 1i ans from uin
Now it is true the Committe
Mr. Cowperthwaite, declaring t
from the Bank for Mr. Biddle, wi
their appeared thaI Mr. Middle
waite ti purchase for him tlie
which the deed was given, and th
to his knowledge ihast tine m
Teller's drawer, and while hi
and charged on the books to hi
the payment of i
It will thus be seen that the
mirtted, was, setting aside the
fully sustained by the books of
tated to pronounce it a "'tti
The committee confined Ihems
counts was standing unpaid
further back it would have app


had been made to Mr N. Bidde
ved.
January 1, 1638,
February 13,I10,
February S8, 1838,
June 30, 1838,
September 1, 1838,
Amounting in all to
which remaiinedl unpaid up to
it was paid in fu
If it be asked, why parade Mr
the world? thie answer is a si
These debts were contracted he
cer-and hound as such to set
dinate offices, and because, a
"officers of hanks ought not to
borro
2. THE ACCOUNT OF
The statement ofthe expense
Mr. Jauduon's Comnmissions, we
pose of casting censure upon hm
the consequences of thle police
ejected her to heavy discounts
Europe; and a tno to exhibit t
I.'' I-itm %;Ih that) ut genml B
-n.i-i -wli -. .I.I,.: extra comm
tri t. ,t :i p ul e *lm a '[lt e tu
i'-i,i li, H i i ,II li-at for
ti-.J ir iiiud .tvomd -r hiimsl
tie
Mr Jaudon had also been
referred to and gave his ac
the numnounts aind dates of h
nmounts and dates of his coll
ed in detail. "Here are a
Mr. Bid dle, calledd facts, and
are so scattered anid separated
contain is studiously hidden l
that Mr. Jaudon had reduced hi- 1
cash payments amounted to 93
i*i! F- ieitI~ j- r i -- It -, I h tt eltero l x e d
s i' i i ..ii. .i. i.. . -h.i
in,] 1, im rilt. i
II- ,- .- 1.11 --Inentirey nw...,
whole question. For after al
debtor o thie bank iras paid sin
time. T doubt whether there is
in n, ic it s.e.., miu e same prp
I Ile- I i. .. ,, r heavy de of
guage in pay even in full if emp
a salnhary or commission o f on
annulm four times thie salary
United States, and eleven tim
sador
Mr. Jaudoni's accounts would
duced, had hot Mr. Middle c
with scattering and separ.aitIi : '
truth which ilhey contain is su.i
-i i, ,n .e assition foar an
'. i ..111 I At page t16, Mr
time he wan elecrteld f rl9le \"l'
and in tie very next .:in-i -i ii
had I.. -, i. .e-. -i ..Su.7.,u-
his I .Im ,i. r nii . i 1, i .h.
'I .- .I. e I' .-:- W hat clos
d .--.lI .:- i- n -- i l
3. TIlE COTTO
We have carefully examined M
relation to tihe Cotton operation w
discover that a single fact sia
ject, ias been directly controvre
er, thatthlise transactions we
they were going on, and that thr
could not have been ignorant
explainred why their formal c
tained to so In r.!, -i.ji ,..ir,
tution torso .,e i ,lr.i ,. iI i>
sustain thie position that the
,. -i ii -I, *- 1 .- an extract o
i-. n.. t J..i, Quincy Adamso
It is to be remarked, that in
soon as tile capitnl a-.d indusr
subside intli their acenstnned
were. - ',i.-.i.h- ,u *d,.m n u t
ed." i >.ieL- 1- iI t.
after these liansactions were clo
ied them correctly, it would be
question. But it by no means sa
ly was. It contained this c
not pnuchase these staples, it
the South." l'he Bank, how
Southern plil-,r .i ,r ttah;,li.,,
plies. On I' c.- i i i -. ,e i n
arid his partiers in interest,
ton and sbhip to England, ;i ..Jr
lege of purchasing their :i,-1.1,i r
the proceeds in which
Now the evidence that the op
or sanctioned by the Boa
i. n-in a. it in .;relanit f
.in T.. I, n. ..ti ,- Ii. ,i in i, t
(lurin g it
2. The Preamble and Resolut
Cabot, Wain, Neff, Connell, Ey
dyand Taylor, adopjited unanim
ber,
"As it appears by the - ..ib--
that large tra nscnetions 1... % i *
without tiln sanction or knowle
anid as it further appears that th
if not wholly for tile account a
executive officers of this Bank s
thins Board, that their just con
be fuitly expressed arm r
Resolved, That thIe large advaem
the Bank in the periods of 1837
authorized arfd unknown to the
receives our just censrn
3. Mr. luiddle's own admission
muot be done I w
Indeed, it is very apparent, lt
ring the latter years of his Presi
thit Banik, and sill considers
exhibiVitse alfin several olher p,
w. iel hasjn-E bieern adduced.
the resumption in January last,
position I once did, .I -ould no
tion." Rteferring to 'ii ..i.t. e
firms in Ihis city, he i I o.
making g the necessary advances
trouhtbls, anrid they were accnrfi
of Thomas Biddt i & Co. JIr woul
ted aCommnnittee to examine their
expedient, I would
It i i true, hiat I y tie stale
rectols' table at every stated
adVanc s on merchandise, was
',Foreign Bills of Exchange.' It
mittee thought when lthey made
that so large an itemn ouaht to h
explanation iianul detail of the
amined. Still, it is oiirty o
tlealing in Foreign Exchange
the favorite, becanse thle mostpr
tin'h salft btanch of tirhe busine
who inspreeed the Statement were
than otherwise, in oberving the ex
tainly 'had no rcaon to suspe
a Inad
aiim
On qunotina the passage of th
tinned, Mr. Bidldle exclaims, '
more vengeance, they thuw re
all that tluey have previously
was seen .I i,. Q., 1ir-,u 4.m1. ,. ,r
pletely in 'I,. Iir I,.." i I t.- I
every part of the Report wsea
well as every other. Time fict
trniverted, and rtity show, wh
to sirow, with what improper l
acted-rwhat a mere form tle Boar
ing Coninitt'es bod hecoemnn,
President seemed to bie of is
rect its
On a re-examinatiohn of the
aue fully boirm' mImi in their i
Merchandiz waj ; n o meiation u
without t, eaunho ity; sanction
Boa d of frI
Some facts, however have be
buamcss, which wer.- not kn
which requires a few remark
bearing may be cl
1. Wcsuppoased that t aV 3i
nd distributed amonugthe parties
then re
It now appears from the sta
rublishhe h y Mr. Biddle iu- hiu
Lhe amo :ntwas linr anticipate
'enut as correct, although min
the ( a'cu
co thuat we humve it from the
22d of Atloust, I8Sl9, when Mr.
wruit' to Messrs. Bi tlle aumnd
50,000/.; telling them "It' 500
them go, be the 0oss what it may
fi~re 0,0011. more, in conseqe
nie em tt -n was sac ific d,-a
his associates in this busine
mount drawn from the Bank
wilhoumt doubt would have been
Mr, Jan ten, to lvre rerventld t
2. It app, ars that Mr. nidd
ruwithuut rie leas. idea (ifpe
and that tin objye; was tnot p
Bank to mn et with -afety the
meet ts Batuts payrbhr iln Lons
the re- iefof New York. It w
Bidd'e, as President of tlme B
Bank. On tbis ground, auii ou
ea ed. It is even boasterd, tha
abroad, was ihe means of prot
the Bank, and ofcr-urse the Ba
If then thle whole operation
of nIne tank, in order to enable
it that, after tie $800,000 hov
is demanded of a paut of thin
losses, Btie transaction suidd
becomes all at once aeeording
far, looking at it as a simple con
possible ligltt in which it could
no iunger connected witih the
of thi sta
If t ccordmrhu to "the only pos
S, ,- i ti" it was ''a si rpe
ma,-i ..a- Biddle, Ihen mere was
tUirOU, enuployed at a salary
tiat rte might devote ilnn whole


in a lirge commercial operation
is inre aind worse, using tio tn
nloney of ti.- it rk i I iti. i i
or even the i-., l -I.
If, on the ,..i 1-h. i i... i
dertaku en so -'% i r i..- I.- o. t
nmake remintan"es to inteet its
it becomes absolutely neceessary
sustain the Agent of thie Bank
very object of the whole opert
si tently with this view, could
money appiopriatted to themsel
Hadit .. '1.1.ra v, r been
Bank Sm ..ri. Iii hI.o b:en a ls
tin, % 1 -1 I' n- 4 . t .-';
r..-....'. r IV, 11. -, ti. imu m.:
c.imed and ws'ru allowed a deti
Funds, anmd in tire purchase of
was a proper allowatince, if it
time benefit of tie I Bink, but w
"the only possible light in w
that of a simp'e coinmnercia
h One or Iwo other matters re
connmclion with 1hisan
1. Mr. IlBiddiestates thatit
thai Mr, Caontl presented to hit
realized and expected on the s
when he received this account
correctly stated, aind it was s
die resigned the Presidency on
Committee cannot of course, say
000, his pretended share, in la
lowing as the dates at wh
March 25, 1 39,
29, .
AprilI 16,
May 22, "
$8115
More than one half tihe sum th
Mr. Biddle left the Banik; a
those days or not, it is certain
upon the 2Sth of March, 1839,
diafis, he paid his debt to th
of.$70,0!0, w
2. Another circumstance to
letter signed 7"T. Dunlap, Pre
Humphreys of Feb. Q5, 1840,
direct Messrs. lhumphreys and i
sate of any or all the merchaim
"if this sale should e attended
i,, .i. ui' hi I, t, the Banuk w i
mi.ni,.- i- -,. dilfferencew
had already sold." It is to hbe
received thle approbat ion of t
without their knowledge. Th
reason to believe that it was
urged by iiui upon Mr. Dunlap,
tleman with great reluctance-
etily was, which he afterwnrds r
sible, by nsistinue, in the final
thC parties tn refund the loss,In
inmrents in his power to repay h
ter
4. THE PERMANENT
BR in.. re c11mrmr-re rum I iru.
Bit t i.ni d i ii. i.' b I. bI te" '
mitted to state, ns far as we ar
nory ofihe entry of,410,tiOO
genftIi fund" for Parenit Bantik Not
dix to the Report (i. 68) andt n
having been satltsfl
It anmp ars that on tie 29,h o
sundries in ihe First' Teber's
this surm $100,0U0 wart lili '1 P
neys paid h is on "the ( s-iun r .s
dries on the following day, Ma
049 905 42. The receipts in qu
cannot now be fuund. About
hanik notes was burned under t
ofthe Board, and among them t
which had been entered in the s
in the margin not issusu.ed. T
*


oat as Usual 1 tUe oafcers, was
Lommies, atndit ple Ll
Thi' report included mie amo
under mte o tieral head of ParesN
accordingly made on the journ
amount destroyed and carried t
Parent Bank is-uesin the gen
June, 5t39, tie clerk who kept ta
prise, that the balance was o
seemed that more ParentiBaiuk
Iination, had been destroyed t
having satisfied hinse/f that
culation, reported the fact.
tis false entry by a corresp
winch was accunudingly done up
the amount as we see curried t
able to the co
Thus, then, to the amnountt of$
the ofhcets of th, Bank without
ter, is to be added this sum of
that very period, making in al
In regard to these expendi
they did not find stated on
dressed the President of the
answer was in substance, th
had been expended before the
could not furnish the Committ
as to $99,200, charged in M
been disbursed under the dire
Board, appointed under a re
Similar letters were thea ad
Cowperthwaite. From Mr. B
ed. Mr. Cowperthwaite, as i
the chairman of the Committ
had been at the Banuk, where
been refused to him. This
small piece of paper, and re
add ant il;.,. 6 r,,i.. i.., wi
he was ii 1 t,1- ,y, i ,. iri
he was .*. i Iti I hias
dressed to the Committee.
this statementet and that of M
says that hestated to Mr. Lip
was," respecting the vouchers
quested it might be put down iar
random was accordingly mad
does not communicate that w
know-what it was which lie
vouc
The simple question was an
were these sums expended
has not yet been given from a
miltee, to the stockholders,
for legitimate and proper pu
close them
Is it at all credible that after
od, the officers in question "f
were the objects of1i-,. i ._.
for Mr. Bidl-te aga i, ..r, ...r..
report of a Dividend Comntmit
states the fact that there ,..i .
tent Expenses, an amount 1 2
was included a part of th. ...
only authority for the assert
disbursements" made during "h
of them WERE DULY EXAMI
COMMITTEE. AND CONFIRM
" HE" LEFT THE BANKK? Even
fact certainly ought not to p
such information as was requ
not only was that report, acc
chairman of that Committee
tion of the vouchers of tihe
that the sumof .:t '. 25 p
President, was not char
Mr. Biddie conuplains that t
made during his administra
trom those of his successor.
character or the object of th
Committee, but it is here st
The amount charged a
March 29, 1839, is -
To this must bo added
charged at various
all been expended prior toM
And this further sum bei
dent, on cashiers vouch
charged to Parent Bank note a
$827,
i.. ]. ,, Mr. Biddle
t A1,8,-, ,.re., to Aprilf
years and one month, t
purposes not yet explained, the
Leaving for the nineteen months
1,018, 1
Before cmnluhding., the Committ
other short explanation. It is in r
10 of the Report, that there h
debt from Messrs. Bevan & Hum
of that firm, being at the time a
of United States Bank Stock, in
250 shares i .L ti. *i. tim. iL I
% ,,5, .0 a s, a d.. i.1 .*,i s.. o,
; =. i y r it .. i 1. ..
-i.. i t I.l ..,it it hams pui
i .. -nm-a. ase published atiI] ;-. ea
) i .. .,-r, They affirm tha
any member of it "ever made arly
Banuk in any stock at any pri
the slock was witidra in from
it being $100 per share waas dul
per cent." This is so: but thek
tIhe very days when these sales
the stock had been pledged, were
if not in form, a settlement. As t
that of the 900 shares was above
though it is remarked that these
count;" that is, were owned by t
individual and noit in their part
or il-,e 250 shares, the 'Committe
the books of the Bank, which su
have been the price next day was
who made the settlement ought
thie Bank was then selling. Th
that they should have been men
proper to add that it was done
adopted by the Committee, to m
which came to their knowledge, i
cer was a pare
In reference tc i. .,,- ,r i..
by Mr. Thomas L,.. mIq i ".
gan stoek -the statement r.. i. .
note to the Commitice is entir- -.. .
, r ." i. J i -.. ,,., :b f, *
., .. I I t .. *e e n n 'l "
port, in a manner ad connect hichshoed
clearness that it was really for the us
that the particular mode had been a
without a violation of the charter
Sto,-k. Th.. ,,.r, I1 ..-i
contract oht. i ... .... 1.- I
been asked r
Havinil thu. re-examined, it is b
which the fidelity or impartiality o
question-we must now finally
judgment of thire Stockh
JOSHUA LI.
MOsaES K
CHARLES M
EDWARD
JOHN
JAMES S.
Philadelphia,

Mitchiell, the forger, re
on Monday evening, havi
treal by a police officer,
by Gov. iewamd to the civi
na
The Courier gives the fol
esca
It -t'i r1 it, it on his f
to I ii ..... I',n ,, w here
at lhb Pit eburgh Railroad
mioliaiintn any who might
e:d himself in a suttit of g
hat writi crape band, in w
tacl-s, ani(d with a carpen
four duys openly walkutd th
qientiy meeting person
qiiainted. He lett Pltilar
cars, ansl weot up the riv
being oill the while in co
knew, but noue of whom d
dlsg
An incident occurred a
eotisianr atpprehlnrson of
mtst have been laiborinh. \
ticket at hiat place, a p
reas nholrtd ftorn a news
"Mitchell the Forger,"
turned suddenly ariuod, ui
was discovered, but finding
merely siltl ho knew him
great

The New York Commercia
Mr. Hill, the successful m
pected to return home e
been ab:ent more

The Weather and the Cr
piler
The temperature continues


inhab!arnts say it rein
Sping of 1816, which th
year." Andti s a consolati
tar Ihe appearances indicate
"great wheat )ear." The c
represented as flinrishing
dance should silence all g
The Miltonian, published
Branch of the Su
The anticipated crops of
pearances, will not at all
our Farmers, owing lo the
wet weather. flowever if w
the prices will before fvr
man will be reward

OFFI
APPOINTMENTS BY
Coin. Wrn, M. Crae, tlo I
of Navy Cm.uimissione
POST ,W
James Hi. Turner, a
John Wall, at Win

A young man lale!y commit
inghaul (Va.) chmaiged with
has been triei by .,in ,-xai,,
and ecquiitedr. I, I. h-.l
altfair, te killing ont a feth
ofa diunken frolic, in wh
were all eneeged! The tat
tack upon the -on, who rep
ing a blow wilh a hoe wh
skull and laid thim dead a
has been acquitted by the l
moranse eit atinirh must an
while life, and taoi

For the I
Alit-,:t..u I have no co
State C'olonization Society,
in the success ol its labors
at heart the moral and poli
portion of our population,
cure to the blacks the full e
ly limited rights. That th
us is destructive ofthat mo
ject of our institutions t
apparent from the consider
share our political and soc
sequent want of induceiment
culture of the mind, were
attention is called to th
conrins, to the daily returns
reports of those woo are e
tion of our various prison
gardeJ in the liaIkt of a po
the consideration that t
many ot our poorer citizens
'The tce'% wi, accompl
mo,.'l I' .in inh -tatl t
come prosperous and happy
to their African brethren.
sures proper t brine abou
convention will hehd in t
of June, next. The people
that scattered through t
thousand free colored pers
backward in giving any ai
upon to afford on that


LATEST IPFROM I
The buig Fabiuq. a tihh is
brings accounts a lew days
vic
Rio DBE JANEIRO,
We have had ro arrivals
inst. but we hear that 20
in two weeks. Brokers aIe
tall to Ill1a1211 or $3.98a$4
al411 or 35,02a$5,54 for R
export demand even these pr
ed, and as dealers end spec
will be difficult to find
chance for partial relief is
tion at Buenos Ayres. Thi
long apprehend ed, and ca
want of acquaintance with
ral months past has been s
cumst
The last sales were a fe
at 1011250on board. The
been made in the hope
open to its introduction. C
the way thither, compare
prospects are very unfavora
fore probable that tha ca
thrown on t
Thestock in this market
consumption 10,00
The stock in Montevideo
22,000 bbls.-consump
Buenos Ayres miy require
mon
In prailuce there is no c
quota
The imports of Flour i
March, were
APRIL 1. The Azelia,
Foar, arrived to.day. Th
highest obta

NAV&L.-The U. S. ship
timer, Esq. Commander, f
the way of tha talanois oc
de Verdes, the Ciast of
West India islands, last f
she left on tho 3d insta
Mond
The C. spoke on thn pas
the 9th inst. the schb. Va
to Port au Prince, anl on
Hill, from Porto Ric
LIST OF
W. K. Latime
Lieutenants, F. B. Elli
Havarl, C. Hfewo
Acting Mstr,
,,ga r.L.. H.
Pu-rIe, I
Ass't. Surgeon
Pof of Matheata
Midshiptnen-A. McRae, C.
,aid Allen, G. V. F( x, F.
A. C .Ihind.
P ssenger. Passed Mid'n.
til U. S. brig Dolphin.
Dolphin from St Tnioo -,
her on the afternoon

A duel, which for a consi
more to be in progress, w
10 and 11I o'clock, in the
about aix miles above this
Ctssius M Clay and (Rober
Lexington-the former being
They fought with pistols at
After the first fire, in which b
jury, tihe seconds inlerposed, a
abhy and amicabttly adjusted
ri-p ia..d egeat coolness
Journal,
Jinother Express for Chlin
little yankee vessel is sho
thii port for Canton. Shi
Mediford,as we are inforinmedn
sixty or sevnty tons bnit

BALTlMKttiE-PENiN
WE
CORRESP

BALTIMORE, Ma
WM. Bo
Dear Sir.-The undersig
ber ol your fellow citize
being present last week, a
dress on The subject of 't
vania and the West, anti Ih
Baltimore now occul'iei i
testimony of those who hea
of its ability, and the gre
munity of l te facts deta
you. therefore, on behalf o a
of your fellow citizens, it
favor to repeat the Addres
mey best suit you
Very respectfu
LEO'D JARVtIS,
WM.SCHLEY,
SAML. JONES, Jr.
SELLMAN & CROOK
HUGH JENKINS,

BALTIMORE, M
Gentlemen.-I have defer
flattering note, until I sh
timeant place for the repe
you have done me the hon
leave respectfully to
EVENING NEXT, the 20th i
at the Musical Saloon in t
afford me great nileasure t
Resount'ces of Pennsylvania
lotions of Trade which Bal
ference
Witll grea
Yriur
WM.
To L. Jarvis, Esq. Win.
P

Married on tbIe 6th inst. by
LErIAN to Mis RACHEIL BUt
Married on the 17tb inst. b
SON to Mies ELIZAB~d I'll
Mnrriedl on the Iith inst.
NERto Min ,r G 1
M',,d 1 "r the t6thl inst.
di(:rt.r i l.irr. eiirminy,
dii tr, t I .riu d ou t
nf I[,lt[iU
Married nt WVashiingtnn, on M
hy Hih- lev. Mr. H. i-i..r;'.
lt Mttsi- MARtt I i ,
Diedrn tire 18th inlt. afte
hi At It
H etl our Thursday, 131h ins
Selvage a
Dicd on the 14|1h inst. JAN
terof \Vilhum and Carolins
da

BENEFIT OFOTTO MO
THEA
This Threatre has since
Citizens of B.ltimore that
constitute a Circus, a mor


source of entertainment,
strict adherence to and
tional rules of Societv.
Bartlelt and Oelavan hav
p aise worthy determination
essentials to general enttert
for this department a chara
the promiscuouns members o
eqiuestrians. The Frcnt
knowledzed this by the u
Ihe amu;tutudes who have v
fashionable families who w
joyed its varied exercise
makes his last exhibition
andI with a nmultitudeofothe
tarnishi a strong motive f
Motty, whatever may be hi

O, 8i-The attention oft'e oub
creyi'ors ot'f Nicholas U.
spe(t-vely, is called to th
place tflls day at I P

t,,-;lXTH WARD.-The
W i D, (the "Spatan ban
on FRIDAY EVENING NEXr
hotnn-e o Mr. 1) STEEVEr ,
streets, on biuin's ofim

I POSITIVE SALE OF V
S ON CAROLINE NEAR OUG
-Will be stld on 'he pr
at tie hourol 5 o'clockk.
on the east side iof Carol
Row, and nexl to Mr. La
Each Let about 16 teet fro
feet. As theowners are d
may be expected.
R. PURVI
ma 20 It


d IHINA, GL,ASA AN
' l We invite the public to
of Cthine, Gass aind Q't
AFTERNOON, May 20th, a
Baltimoie street. -ale pos .i
chasers. W
ma 20 ut
W I-IISKEY-200 bbli choi
ma 20 G
A' PRIVATE SALE-20
SUGAR, ot vari
loa 20 rd4t R
ACON.-700u lbs. Ho
JOHN P.
mta 207 _hr
HLAMPAGN -of vario
Sale by HENRY
ma20 4t P4 Gy
NDIGO -9 seroona sup
GO, for sale tby
ma 2117o___
p 'I'ATU'S-20- bls. Whi
iTay landed,
in20 WM. GUNNIS
Il..--50 casks PrimRe uR
by. P.
;-ina 2'),} _____
S6UUAKR HOUSE MOLA
perior Sugar House M
JOHN P.
m&a 20


BALTIMOR
Office of the AMERICAtAM
FLOUR.-The receipts ofH
tinue small, with very lit
sales o l'good standard bra
uniform this week at $4.6
are now very firm. The de
active. We continue to q
$43
Salesof City Mills Flour
prove
Susquehanna Flour has al
several parcels
GRAIN.-Wheat is in did
parcels of Pennsylvania not
a 91,01. No. Md.
Sales of white Corn to.da
at 55i
We note sales of Penna.
ryland a
Oats cotitinue scarce an
ginia was made to day at
land aEt 37 cts. and a lot
ct
PROVISIONS.--We note a
Mess Pork this week at a
$12. There has been not
and the price continues u
barrels Mess Beef have a
specie, which is equal to
Ibs. Baltimore cured Sides
lbs. Hams at 9 cents in the
We note sales of very p
cents to some extent. In
con or barrel meats very limi
ing place. We continue t
Bacon at i6 to 6} cents; Ha
6 to 61 cents; and Should
advised of any sales of L
I in kegs atS8 cents. In B
i
WHISKEY-Is in better
slightly improved. Saes o
a 22 ct,. No hhds. in ma
bbis is 17 cts excl
Sales at the New Fork l
1)00 .shares U. S. Bantk.
8looU0 Illinois sixes,...
$5000 Indiana Fives.....
S.,'ei ,. Stocrc at
317 hlne? I.-. S. Batink..
15 do Phil. & Balto. Rail

NEW YORK
May 18,-2 o'
There is less activity in d r
country &I I. i l
The '.ii.,N 0L .rK. L .4 ratio
larger than for some days past-
Flosris firmer at the prices o
of Genesee sell freely at$4.62
1-200l bushelslJrsey Rye sold at
dywine Me
Mooey is very abundant and v
tisfactmiy investment
Stocks reputed snmiad are much
found. State stocks ar
Exchange', including Certiit
on distant places are at p
Boston ................. a v ta
Philadelphia............. 4a4 .
Hiiltimorc............... do uo
'gl. .n, I, .. do New Or.....1
I..m ni i.n .. ... ....... tai6s
Petersburg..............do do
Norlolk................. do do
RaleBieh................. 4ja-N
tWi:mington............. do doi
Charleston.............. lia-
Interior,8. (C.......... ..--a-
Aaji'nia,................-a
Macon ..................--a-
Columbus ...............19a2
.loar
PIILADELPIHIA
Pennsylvania wvheat is q
Sotliern do. 95ct Southern ye
Oats 371c. Rlye
Four isstationary at $4,


I -'

e ',irow the I.t.:rhUr .e'
ARRI
Br. brig Majestic, S tiekney, 16
to R. & .. T er.II
Bra Fabiusia, While, from Rio
J. Hooiper & Sons, M. Bathut
Pearcc. The ship Azelia, from
other veselsf in port the satir
nor. Passed ii the bay, bri
Brig Walikico, tHowlanid, froin
sugar, to J. K. landfill. 14th i l
rchangtd Asignaltswithi brig Robe
to Batii
Scihr. ]. .,,|]ir.. ..r..., ha li, i,
Wirgninr, &. i . .. r-c. .lr fi- w
er Clarion,
Seti. 4 iwr ., IHall. iin, 8 da
toT. %i
Schr. United States, French
to tile
Scrr. Mobile, from Havre ite
lard and wheat from 'Piutsburg,
D.J.l
Schr. Saratoga, from HIavre de r
blooitii lion, whiskey and liveh
Iriu I in.l..i.'. to WV. Ig
Seh- i' ., Jane, Apiplegarth, :'
key, flour nid wheat, to John
Wailter tnd uck & rr.
Schr. Wave, Woolford, from
l; .... i, R in..
L '..i), MeKowen, from Have
Borg.'
Sclir. Aid, Hubbard, from Hav
whiskey, to Johin ioggs 4'
Schr. Mary Bright, Bright, fr
co, to J.
Stoop Splendid, Jarman, 2 day
io J. I
Sloop ''artar, from lHavre dir
key, to Dluck & Herr a
loop G. Tompkins, from Huvr
& S
Sloop Elizabeth, t.yon, front
rye ad n lumber, to H
Caral boat Faume, Moshier, fr
feather, noild, whiskey
Canal bo(t i'iii;di'dlphia, C
colt) hloin Uion county, whea
Steam packet Georgia, Coff
full rigged brig (Bo ioi pick
der. Leeds, from New York, of
lirnce, from Savanna
'I'EI.EGRAPHIED-Brmg Tweed,
aft s
CLEAR
Brigs Virgieia, Baxter, B.,i.,
(Br.) 8eon, Grenada. It & II
tVeleden, Providenice, T. Pit,.
N. P., F. T. Montell; sloop Ulnu
W. B
SAILED-Ships Gulnare, Bre
brigs J. it. Gardner, Montevi
Indies; a
The ship Moslem, McLarren, f
York 17i
The barque Virginian, Sincla
The brig Joseph Balch, Dalrs
The brig Effort, teisoin,
The lOr. brig Falcon, I'itt, fr
ilton, Bermu
*I he ctr. St. Pierres. Osgoo
was left at St. Pierres,
TIre schi. Nomshong, Matthew
11th
Thbi schr. Ada, Wiley, of Ba
15th Inst. for
The schir. David Coy, Cox, f
yo k )7
Tile schr. Mariner, Adams, f
arrived at Newt
WARREN, May 14-Art. br
BRISTOL, May 13-Arr.
BOSTON, May 17-AArr
Brid Htenrietta,
Brigs Albert, Aux Cay,, 1
It riz Jamies t I
Schr. I. Warren, from


Srhrs. Sarah Ellen, 8t Johns
CI'd. ship Talma, liavana; br
call, Malta; barque
PORPLANL1, May 13-Arr. Ame
nies, Ma
May 14-President, Matanzas.
CAMDEN, May 5-Arr. brig C
mou
May 10-Danube
Ci'd. Loansetr
BANGOR, May 15-Arr.
NEW YORK, May 18-Ci'd. ship
Manhattan, Cadiz; Fr. Luffre
Arr. brig Clinto
tclir. David Cox, from Balt
May 18, noon-l;rd. ships
pont, Havana; baiqu
Arr. ship John T'l'ayl
Prig Pedraso, Porto Cbaello.
nllow-ahip Scotlan
PHIL lAELPIIA, May 19-Arr
vara; hiig Rowena
AI.EXANDItA May 18-Si'd :
RICH1MON D, May I-CI'd.
Arr. schr Forest g
Serls. Patrick Henry, from
Sclirs. Amandi, from Sali
NORFOLK, M-'it 17-A i ir I.
Schrs. Ulion.iir. in [a%..l i, .
Maya18-Arr .,ig. ErT. i. LU.ii
Sclre. Merchant. trom
CHARLEST ON, Mtay 17-Arr.
Newporn, Wales;
C*l'l. barque Anna
MOBILE, May 12-CI'd. ship
cro..i.-.l. 'r.!- ..rd, i, en
M ",, 11i. 1:, 'I 13-C i' po
Arr. schr. Mary.f
NEW ORtLEANs, May I l-Ci'.l.
Kutosoif,New York; Fr. ship Zr,
ralar; Unea,
Are. Fr. barque Ann
Brigs Caratbon, fron VeraC
NEH'\ IL, .rU". Mi1 12 -(.lU
fi ri. 'l i t.. d ..I i ., i.ia l. iir l
Rl.\ it .. 1..| 11 ."ei,1
,lr5 G mjini 1 ii im i

M1,0 100 20IN % 1GC3sljcl
.i9 t ed r, b
mavij 114Ji i
n OL ,N LD UI I -Hl-5 "
WIN,jrst receive
ina 20 JOHN P. ADAMS
C'OTTONf kAoHN-from No
prices, or sale
HLENRHV THOM
111. 211 4t P 4
O LU illK tI FUR SAL
have 1or sale shault
HULER& &
minrl


. 1,IN i' IlCa .-4-t me
F.e-h br.,t iiel, lihndiW
kinco, and
THOSE. PEN
ma 20- -____
LUIBELRI, LLIUJ K
UF 100.000 * WPFU t


I UnoQUEHANAIL
S l9 j tbl,. l-.xl ia,
80 i n
30 do Broad Ar
ma20









5

S JOSEPH B. rROCE
CROCK ETT
JTTORNE VS.
AND COLLECT
ST. L.o
Refer to-DnvalI &
Gienrge ItI G
Norris &
Mereditl
Janney. HopkinwiS &
BUTTFR &
U2hrkins
75 kegs l.ARD, receive
ma 20 d4t J.k
Y ELS' T' COl KS -5
CORKS. Receiv-
WILLIAM B
ms3in d4t 2 56Balir
HO'T l& BAR LBAD.--A
STower prices, cdr
PR\IT
ma 20 Nos. 27 a
l'lIDE W'ATEIl,CA.
Sfor sale at a l
H. WI
ma 20
jtj BUSH. RIC
2 0 8500 cords OAK W
from Railroad ears;
ma 20 H A C
WHITE H.
150 boxes whit
45 hints. N.
150 bbls. do MOLA
ma20CA KE O
PAING CRAVATS.-N
Cravats, entire new p
Silk Gloves and Linen Ca
ceived and for sale low a
more street, 5 dooms west
N LS l'At IRON.-Orders
ved iron received by th
will exhibit to those wanting
cesand siz
HENRY THOM
ma 20 4t P 4
RICH SHAWLS
B TOLDRIDUE has re
voice of those beau
SHAWLS AND SCARFS, whi
cent. lower than any heret
ma 20 123 BA
"HEWING TOBACCO-
VENDISH TOBACCO,
Keen
Hare's l Extr
Brow
WILLIAM B
ma 20 d4t

T 0 thirteen Ib. boxes
100 six lb.
101 thirteen Ib.
.0 do d
50 six Ib.
50 do do Gunpo
for sale by
ma20 85t P _
RECEIVED ON YESTI
R of hmda.iliil WHITE
We invite families who are
to give u-s a call i.I cEI
MNIEIX &-.L &
Corner of Prat
On hand, white strong F
ily breal bakrs, and wil
kunep a iuppl
]TWOTICE-- dividend o
1 ing m he hr-t upon thee
& C-., will be ready for
the 7t
Cie-Jilors whvo have not
statements oh claims will
mediately to either
THOMAS HANit
ma20 FRANCIS W L
PUBLIC NALI O_
ACRES NEAR THE CI
B VY VIRTUE and in pu
of Baltimore County Cou
ty, theu,, i ,nl,-i.r'.. t. .a,
at amicdin, atl Iti E nxc, n-'
or, THUISI)% Vi l'ii. olni n
situate abhouil faee ,aili.
between the Bel-Air and Ph
the lands of Mr. Laroque,
ati rnw occupied by Obe
boul 230 acresbe the same
same lands which by a de
of February 1834 and record
of Baltimore, County, in
867, were conveyed by Joh
trustees of John Kip to Rc
soil of a larei- portion of
good qiilny an-i suitable
gr iso auid vegribles. Som i
prasaig Chesnut fit f
fl Ik R.QH HOUSE and a
l!jn -,m vey
1'erun 4a sale, one-third
the i-si.lie in three equal
and th,ee years from the
from that day, the purcha
with approved security for
may pay the whole in cas
be given when all the pur
apsiiomi may be ha-I o n th
any h ine l'mre oi paying t
crops in the ground.
Trust
R. M. HAL
me20 RP 2awt
1i>J IN: IST,
Y VIRTU F." ,an order
i-.'r Baltimorre County
31st inst. at 4 o'clock P.
lowing described property,
tIe late Joshua
No. 1. A LOT OF GROUND
tersection of Dolphin andR
Ross stieal ,uitiy seven fet
back boliahI,, on the sou
sev-nlvs.-ia Ih-et. The imrp ,
sior of two two st.il 5r
.'nn lSt.i'. Thewhole
MlJ reni nl tlir v d
No. ". A 101 Oi1 F GROUND
ereehion of Dolphin stre
Getting street (formerly Wa
on the east side ol Etling
inches, and running back I i..
J lLsixly three feet. 'Pi
... hlut consist of ea b u
IJ$#None story high, cont
floor, and combines thIe
country residence. The te
by the court are one-third
months, and tile balance
payments to bear interest
notes with approved secori
dit payments. Upon the p
chase money deed, will be
trator. JOH
D. B. N. with th
Isaineditelv mufter the s
I am authorised to offer
situate on the south side o
-nsaid street 12 leer en I rn
this Lottihere is a Iaa,.M,
with a portico in front. I
subject toany ground ren
present owners, but at thei
a ground rent of seven
Terms of sale, one-third
monthis and the balance i
from tha day of sale. Not
tobe given lor the cred
meant of the while purcha
executed to t
ma20 2wts8lg _
A I'Alt2l IF'Ot SA
LAND.-For sale, a
led InALL'S PLAtNS, cont
Also a Tract called THE
acres of Land, part an wo
place is high and healthy,
Baltimore by the Philad
miles from Bush, in Harf
coitmIly roeal running 'n[O
ty is within four miles Ir
pot of the Baltimore and
and 6 miles fnom Havre d
comes,-! will take for bo
duced price of $500, one
dry goods or Enaa'menar-a-i
E. I. J.
3 miles on the


ma 20 eo4ot*1 _
HALTO. -l K AL
181 SOUT
OR SALLY OR LEASE.
builiiirg Lots, in the mo
Lexmingtnn Si'lee, will be
separately, to
F ORt, SAItI, a cota
f 1-fl I-l' with lor
cS c1'm- it- ifn-rr t m-
sive biiclIina ng ,,.i'hs- '
for some yeurs advantageous
west Pra
S t S,' I FOR SALE, a
,ffloarslm, 2 'ury
I c,,ir, nro h i'-is back bn
lot. lI ,- piro,, ,it is ple
ste-s'i. n-id '-'-r uri r
f ALSO FOR SALE, a
digus 3 story DWE
"iU.ilteiniiVt back buildi
sadble, sHiuate orj an agree
lreeal, arild vel, much c,."
liuwnii and county. For ur
FOWLERt T
ma 20 ___
REAl. E-.I%
No. 27 Sec
V VALUABLE MARKET
SALE--3.i acres of la
terstown road, 6 miles fr
l 7 acres ln cultivation
711Wrmor pamera'-. a p
J UDWEI.I.ING. nearly
six reoom lltfi:in'ralI l
moderate size, a egood Barn
place its well watered andi
AL
OneThree Story RIC
fr-dl.tng nr, Lomnbard t.
jtsLten, ive Bac ht Build
back o an ailey, i&o par
and kitchen and eight be
who wish to purctha-e to c
selves, and they ill ini
datllro, the owner built it
Also-We lIovs on h
gale at 7
We want to purchase Cit
012000. ma 20
CONSI'ABL
B V virtu of 4 wo writs
J ihn Wright. Esq. one
Peace o thie Stats of Man,
City, at the suit of tie ic
InslilultIor, against ine Go
Tenement i o Joseph Stewt
seized andl taken in execu
claim, intare-t and estate a
IL said Joseph Slewart
ft-iSTORV BRICK HOUSE
jU _tie, between Park an
1 hereby give notice, tha
next, at 4 o'clock, P. M. o
for sale the said property
cution, by public auction
cash.
me 20 enl0or'
1-W YUKU &. EXCHA G
SPAIR&
at 19 dot


DISSOL
I HE partnerahip here-1oi
S-iiuhrCibjr9 f umidli-r
GillE.r1E, tm ? dis1.-%vd om
consent. All persons having
will please present them
ment and those indebted
same, who is authorized
ISAAC M.
MOSES G
Moses Grieste tenders hi
public l or the patronage har
and informs his friends andi
nues the Grocery and Commi
stand, No.21 Light at.
F M B r.OIii-y- t-EP
T '1181 F-611 DLR-At El S H IS &C
HAMILTON EASTERN
Baltimore street, hava o
richti EMBROIDERED
great variety
Also the largest size of h
Mi-.lii Ba,",- SHAWLS a
n.i- -i. l-s ,.t rich Si
splendid chene
Plain Swiss Muslin 2 yard
Shawl
French LAWNS and print
of striped and plaid M UI
tm-,'. en-i-'y cheap; worked
serting; v-iy cheap .Thre
serting-: Line
80 dozen Parasols and Su
fresh lot of plain and Fr
at very low prices,
A MIES PAe E i ,--,.a i-,
Wove and WVhW irle ,ui Q" S
Fine, No. 2 and No. 3 B
FOOLSCAP, (ruled and a
CAP, No. 2 and No. 3 F
White Wove Packet Post
PAPER. )Double Crown a
ing- PAPER, BILL PAPE
TURNER, WHEEL
nia 20 C
FPOt FtREDIER
It-a.'artesn
IV^.^ r-fS semotRxPA
1 NNOCK,CapaFir-
Ce --' -b-a' wll--gllah we
m nt-for Frleikbg
an.-I Inr- i .,-a l i.,. i ia -e'
.r ., i,-r.n A1 'ItI I E
oh May, at
PASSAGE FOR PO- '
MAC CutNI
Thesteamba
-HANNOCK, Capa
17" bank;willeav
whauf on
EVENING NEXT, Ihe 22d o
Pongnteague, Accomac C
POll PITT
DESPATC




H'IME CANAL BOAT F
Sday at our Warehouse.
lowing
Coffee, 75c. per 100 lbs. G
Dry Goods, $1 do
Herrings, $1
Apply to
ma20 No'. 75
.OF t LEWISB
r ___, G+ -



THE ne covered deck
PHIA will leave in tow
Saturday morning. Ithe 22d
Canal. and will take tr-aihl
termediate point on "-16
fre ght apply to
i ID 19
FORl COLUMBIA
TERRI
THIE fast sailing cop
a fpered ship LAUSANN
a -,, .a- from New York on
Columinbia River aboui th
ing at Valparaiso and the
plies. For tfeight or pass
commodations ior filly
A ,. A. W. B
31 (hOld Slip
Another ship will he d.lo
let oh Feby. 1842. Applicati
may be mladl to
mi 14 P
F,--._ i-OR-BREMEN-
c_. .' p.)er las'ened ainda
t.1 itiail'AV, C. P. Reime
patched tor the above port
For freight of 100 hhdsa of
pas-age,
ma20 d8st A
G.rz--FOil -1 M ILU 1. -,
'.'- . ,in chr. ('.\ .\li 1), t'
all this week. Apl
THOSE. H
ma 10
t- it>'- CiiAit
', "ANKINCO, Capt. How
pakicln. Fcr im,r h- to
TH'I'OS 'IS I OIllar, ;
JNO. K. RANDIALL,
inrt201
ma gn ______
VRtAt SA VAN HAH-
GEN'L. ',ALL, Cap. E
in a lew days. For li ig
JNO.KR L
inm 20 P
I-R ,- .LIZ t 1Is
I TON arndl iYvoljt -
MNarCHANT, Capt. Dowdy
the.above porit and sail w
WM. A.
ma 20
t IIOST'ON--ln
'r,- packet chr sM
..1 1 n.,%r despatch. For
Ii11- WHTI(E
ma 20 d P
-- i. 'P i t t.% s O i. .
_,7. -. [:. paclet schr
Peafirld, can take the bul
des -atch. Apply to
ma 20 md P 12
'.F FOR ItPIILkDEL
Il{-, .'..I's Canal LaI
I). \, i-. l;.mad, mate
J. W. l
ma 20 P
If& jt r ae'ii in T. ia 11
nut L re--'lhi D,>y-
D I. Capt. Carman.
JOS. I1
ma 20 Corner Pratt
NS. OiIIFOLIi. A~)
PACKETS.-New I ine
burnt whauf.-Sail on Sat
DOLPHIN. is now loading
and will sail as above; lon
to
ina 10 Corner Sm

S PACKET--Hooper'- )
--ir,.- schr. MEDORA, M
nell's wharf, will sail as ab
boanl, ornto
5 Spear'
Refrence--.las. Hoop
%B. N~t uFOLK.
PACKET.--Regular Li
:a,, .'lhant--To sail
.-"lH1 imI.BOY. Jones mn
or Spear's wharf, arnd will
apply ou board or ta
,na 20 cornerr Prt
e: I- flu. It II.
I .r I mr,.-- las ,'i--.h
VI l~tN 5, DI.I ., .-ti.h .
head of Spear's wharf, an
freight apply on board
JOS. H
mn 20 Corner Prat
I A t l .'ItIUl' I'
-r*ahl on Saturay-
A\lli, Lje. Meakins Ua
head of Smith's wharf, ans


above. For freight
WM. M
ma 20 Corner Sm
ItCH JMON)1) PACKO
Si ne-On Satuiday-Tl
f1 ir.Hi, Tyler, masta
nell's wliai, will sail as
THOS. iii
5 Spear'
Reference-Jas. Hoope
FOIlD FREI G I;liT
4& ,- -. ir J.-LPi-]L C
% im ..I.-, will stov ab-.us
a voylage For terms ap
mia 20 P
iVANTED--A VESSE
150 tons burth-'in, to I
thii cuy and Havre de Grace
West Point Foundry, New
.IONES, Agent W. S. P.
W'hairf ma
W W i". A,.tINm it 0 UN
r.t-Ttie 2 story PFrck
itVJ-lPaitt street, 2nd door
respecti suitable for a gent
low to ai approved
JOHN BOG
ma2 20
'-2 FOR SALE OR t
'jyiT :criber interling tole
.IlL)WELLING HOUSE
Ior sale or for rent. For f
the subscriber
GEO. ST
ALSO-A PEW in S
ma 20
.- I- O t IRlENT-Aa ac-
r:'f a r i.-:l tAO story
z l!i311 o1,11 : on Conway
II mc.aei. iThe house is
dern style, with large hac
yard, and is in every resp
date a genteel lamnily. P
mediately. For terms ap
Key will be lound, or att
ma 20 ___
A-... iFOR llf I-ir,,i
I'- BfeHIcll Dwelling HO
Vl3 ...c. st. next to theo
a good hack building and
the Eastern fountain is
THOSE. M
at his Lu
ma 20 e__o4t*N
L I r I R .L.'1I.- Ii
1jjI.ING No. 871 Baltimo
?1L canm be had immediate
Bit ,,,i r,- street.
k HORSE FOt-
handsome GREY HO
perfectly broke to h
first rate saddle
person going on a c
can pace 8 miles an hour
more street.,e0
WHITIG
SBBLS. WHITING,
0 close a conn
W. & G.
ma 17 W t*


NEW YORK POTD
T HIIS compary has been i
yea
Present price of shares
lars;land each share is enti
dretie every six mon's,s
city cart loads of stable
March,1841.
Price of Poudrette 40 cents
lars a barrel, of lour bts
vessels in this city. Tho
tain this manure regular
shares soon; and 'hose wh
ticle will do well not to w
wish to
Owing to the unusually we
nrw cannot be filled under
is believed that there will
and A
To ensure a supply for
should be taken in time t
which will prevent disappo
like the p
Those at a distance, who
iment, can obtain one or
remrnitting, at the rate of
pamphlet will be sent t
on
f,-Shares twill be sold
each, but they will surely
standing the number of di
ry six
D.K. MINO
120 Naseau street. N
N.B.-It is to be distinct
Company is in no way co
and Poudrette Company," or
Company" of Anthony Dey S;
NewJersey Meadows, whicu
after aor 'aor-- u'i=
New 1'.. y ,-1jt, 1mfi
CAR.
TRUSTEES' SAL
T HE attention of Ihe publ
able sale on MONDAY N
o'clock, o'f Slaves; Horse
en: Sheep; all kinds of F
all tIhe valuatle Funailur
consistiu ol mahogany c'a
beds; mattresses; oil cloth
mahogany tables; writing
line gunn; silver spoon-; I
blankets; sheets; quilts';
towels; kitchen us
JOHN GIEN
COLUMBUS E. CO
Oc-Persons wishing to go
the cars that leave here a
11W1O WHOM IT AY CON
.I William T. Savin, dida
last execute a deed of Trust
perly to the subscriber,
proceeds thereof to be div
according tI) their respect
been so dispos d of-Now ti
the aid creditor- to exhibit
the first day of November
be debarred froni any ii
ma 20 eo4t* SAMM
NIIEcreditj,s olm L:t%\ I' i
1. hy notified to produce
designed before the st da
claims duly proved against
a dividend may be made of
in the hanidsha
nia2 d8lt* P* J
icl-The United States G
and Inquirer, New York, w
of 82 each, and charge
IN BALTIMORE CO
Sting in Equity. Ordered t
D. 1841, that the sale ma
Frick, Trustee appointed t
perly, viz:-Alcock vs. Win
tioned, be ratified and con
contrary thereof be shown
oh June next. Provided a c
ted in some ldally paper pr
each o f three successive
dav of June next The Re
sales to be $118
inma 20 law3t Tuine Copy
1~ lva l. 'itiaIa" tuil
-1 1" % fI
ing in Equity. Ordered
141, that the sales mad
Friuk, Trustee, appointed t
perty mentioned in the proi
in Andrew Weigart is comp
and others are defendants. be
unless cause to the. contis
before the 15th (lay of Jun
this order be inserted in
in rI- city o BIal'imore,ai
ce sive weeks bhelore the a
The Report States the am
00. By order.
ma 20 ,law3t
4'0,J1 is ..F-VA l.lt
11. I't.tI'I1.R l'\ .-Thbe st
valuable Property situated
Falls, about 16 miles Ifron
milesot fBel Air o thel. lt.,
Joppa, near the head of L
intersects the old Joppa r
[louse, Post office. This t
acres of Land part in woo
improvements consi't o
,%o n two Running Sto
.,Ir,.- Cloths, anI the
-, . iai, i,nd TuiningS
repair, and has a good r
Dwelling House, with to
many other necessary out
reduced price ol 2,7r0 doll
dance in 6, 12 and 18 months
dcisputable. Person or pe
will call on Samuel Watki -.
or to ti-lliam A. LewiF, I
E. T .I. a;: ,
3 mites oiut ou l
ma 20 eo4t*
S.-4-,2 X" A In iii--in1ii
t"I 0__ ., ot ? R\B, h,,i lf
in the District of Columbia,
bedrawn ;.t Alexandria, .
1841.-D. S. Gregort
SCHE
1 PRIZE OF $8,0oi00
1 3,)000 1
1 2,50U2
Tickets $2, shar
f% 10 PRIZES O 1
S CJfsPff MarylanState
No. 37 for 184-Til'o be dra
TO-MORROW, May 21st,
Co, .l.
'ILENDI
1 PRIZE OF' 50 PSaE O
1 5.000
1 3,000
Tickets $4,-shar
t--For Tickets apply *
Managers.sa'oner City Hot
*g,,'L[, i- ITi.ri Oar
.--Thi:: Partnershtip hrrei
firm of SAMUEL J. IE
dissolved on the first of J
sent.
mie9 -it
73 HE FIRM F -JPT
DJ UNLEVY having beend
consent,nn thre lat instant,
against said firm were t
levy,-all persons indebted
to make payment ti said l
whim a sail firan Is indebte
him lor settlement and payn
20th August, 1840.
JOHN H.
ma I9 d4t
f,-j it-. (.)i' I: IIm. mn, .u
Liberty st. on Monday and
clock, Cr inn. n,.. m.n
At thb I',.i a r.- un Ves
inday and Satsrilay Evenon
ing Satorday
And at Dr. Monkur's Le
Fell's Point, ola v..i.s--i
at 8 o'clock, rinsam-a- .-i,
Lecture at Dr. MSI,.mki,' I1
lation of the Bloo
Admaissuon to the above
arid tiso ladies 5(1 chs. Sin
era ofPublic Schools admit
price. The Lectures to
corner of S'aarp and Lomba
4 o'clock,


VoUilS i.iPA Vt I' l'K C
F, HE undersigned lI.aju
.I t-v,from B.'emeo, ala
ZEPHYR WORSTED PAI I
Ing: Silk, Linien and C
offers fur sale on a
G. H. 1MI
No. 58 Lexington st
ma 19 St
jiEi'rUCKY AND V
CO0
124 blhhds Kentucky TOB
pe
9 do Kentuc
9 d) Vi .is',
18,000 lbs. I'.
l40 keg Fa
60 bbls, Prime BEEFr
Double Counting Roon
JOHN SULLI
ma 19 d3t P 2

To lthe Voters ofthi Cit ty
1 Ut' hll h oGEDa t. ofesr.n
L N
u-t ..i ..i. l ,undsie, th in
preseitt himself to t vIe
and county as a candidate
at the ensuing election Sho
to receive lhiirprelfrence
important andil responsible
shall be discharged with tr
mina 6 2a,4w R WIL
A CARD.-' tie snitscriut
fariture. at the B
WGRKS on Columbia st
DYE STUFF-, &c.. and I i
for thIe sale ot Chemicals, :
Messrs. Lennig 4 Co otl P
the counting room, recently
son Ramnsay No 59 Smi!th'
for sale, at the lowest man
the most tavo
ALUM T
COPPERAS
BLUEVITRIOL
B'eaching "AA LTS
OIL OF VITRIOL
AQUA FOR[IlS
M uriatic At:ID
NITRIC ETHER
Sulphuric ETHER
.'L.UA AMMONIA
,., Is 0o3w w_
O',3T OO FICE, CO
HOUSE-Tbe subscribe
ton) begs leave to inform h
eai-mI .'. Ithat he has be
I ii.phlistrrio ui], and is
Oysters, (dr,-ssed in ever
hard, Fresh Fish. Terrani
and all the delicacies of
have on hand. the choices
of first ra
N, B. Breakfasts and D
shortest notice, anl sent ut
Holliday and Nort
ma 17 4t G
SIMBRIE I&
G-NTS fin "AI-xan ler
COTTON, No. 7 SauL a


BALTIMOR
AND GALLEhV OF
CORNER or BALTIMORE A
RE-ENGAO
MR. AND M
MONDAY EVENING
AND EVERY EVENING UN
li-Admittance to these
26 C
.MISS J. .
THE ORIGINAL ENCHA
age, who will present to
mance of POLITE ILLUSI
of Mechanism, with many
ducing the woinderlul D
GENTL
MR. WYMAN, V
03-For particulars
Saloon performancee to co
cis
No postponement on ac
ma
AMERICAN THAT
FRONT
NEW YORK CIR
For the B
OTTO
And positively the Last N
On THIS EVENING,
A splendid Classification
by an entirely new
trian entree of Men n
SONS OF Fi
On, The Star Spangle
Fancy Dance..... ..
GRAND H,;a-I
GRA.NDASSOCIATION
VAUL
A after which, the celeb
MOTTY, will appearing tlie
Thie whole to conclude wi
and for bhe last lime thi
pular and ever tlav
DAME TROT; or, Harlequ t
For particula
tgt-Boxes, 50 cents, Pit,
ed Gallery 50 cents, Secon
fllJ-Doors open at 5, o'c
mence precisely ai
-Ar n Efficient Police are
direction ol Messrs. ZELL
1 V-1 --II % I.E
AT 2'i CLOCK, ON
r 'ARMORY ANDTW
be drawn STATE
HALL LOTTERY, CLA
ry dealing public are again
Hall Lotteries are what th
fair schemes; and owing t
allowed to agents on retail
of adventurers in theTown H4 t
25 percent. geatrer than in
to the public.-78 niri d
SCH
1 PRIZE OF $13,333
1 do. 5 00 C
1 do. 4,000
I do. 2,50015
I do. 1,601C
20 do. 1,000
27) do. 5001
20 do. 300
40 do. 250
81 do.
Tickets $5,- Halves $
03-For sal
COMMISSION
No. 146 Baltimore
And of any o
P.S. Return hour for Age
ma 19

SO BALTIMO
BELOW THE FRA
NE OFTlE RICHER
MAGNIFICENT LOFI'TERE
long period. Prizes in the
upwards of HALF A M
to be drawn on the 29th o
respondents and others at
ture, have nov a -i-....'...o.
their fortune, p - ia .n.-aa i.
fI-r life. The i t ,.i> a I
State Lotteries, no less th
pitals, ntiing nupwards f
Dollars, besides a countless
prizes. iOrdera inthe o llo
prompt altantion and liuck
without a mo
3 PRIZES F
UNION LOTTERY.-Ity A
Internal Improvement in
Ti. v, Dlaware ColleaC
thIn. t. of D'laware.-U
State ofSouth Carolina.-G
rinent in thIe city of Savanna
Public Institutions in the
turcky, class No. Four f
Alexandria, ). ., on SAT
D. S, Gregory &
RICH S
3 PRIZES OF(I1 PIZ
I PRZ PIZE o
$2 5,000. j PRi{ |
1 PR'ZE OF $5,ouo
1 2,)0
100 PRIZES OF 1,
10 50
20 30(
85 201
Besides man' of $100, '
IN ALl
^5OO
W,,,-mt, Ta I. -. -d ian-in
-. Ti 1. -n h ,' I, -i nl
which can draw three ol ti
sent for only
25 Halves
'5 Quarters
25 ..'-I
For the C'.,inl Prizes,
to 1.I'
so80 B.iL l'I'.)h
BALTIMO
ma 1I TuTh&
A I t\ ~ -'i i. i '
a I ;MI| .\ I ^ OH l.m l'i
RESPECTFUL
O THE FOLLOW
1MAt)NI F1CE NT LOTTR
id to HEISLER 4 CO., in
and confidet,taal attention
thia Splendid Lottery, as by
you have double thle chance for
instance, a par kage oal 5
comes to $250, and they mu
ble luck $102, which leave-.
whole tickets j 1in, -hare
ray cottai Iltr: Ft
PRIZES, WIIIC

BESIDES 'I'-i1' SP
ARE 100 PRIZES OF
Theie never was a bueter -.-.
a package. \We respectlully i,
respmudenst far and near to
woild respectfully urge ti
without delay. Promptitu
relied upon. prizes are pand
in which we sell Tickets
publicly nnler the super
ers appointed by Ihe Stat
HEISLER
BALTIsM
RICH AND BRILL
75 NUMBERS. 12
UNION LOTTERY, Class
positively drawn on SAT
at Alexandria, D. C.-D. S.
Sa. HEISL
Agents for D. S
3 PRIZES OF 25.00
75,0O0
100 PRIZES OF ,,(
100.O09

GRAND SCHEM,-e-Ah
MAY SECURE
1 PiIZE OF 825,O00
1 PRIZE O(F $25,100
1 PRIZE OF 1)1$5,000
1 PRIZE OF 8,0(10
I PHIZE (IF $2180
10ha PRIZES OF $1,0


Tickets only $10,-Halve
Eighths u l.t l We will issu
es of25 \i t...i- Ticki i. .oi
25 Quarters $37; 25 Luin,.
lains all the Nos. in tIe w
*s we stared above, may
pital Prizes, we again urge
ward their communications
ber the address
No. I North C
Baltimore,
When we send Certificates,
es pl iced in Bank mor sec
aer thIe Baltimore Sun, or
soon a
DRAWS ON NEXT SA
Spleadid VIRG
CAPI
35.2195
&c., &c Tickets $10, sha
nsa 18
IS U1ISE & CO.S1:~E
LO- LE 1' L UC-it-%i- -
NO. 24 PRA
Oppo ite the Batltimor a
& RIZt'S, PRIZES.-In
wre awarded to those w
ets at this ever lucky office
as-ented with confidence th
as ld at this office as any
States; as he tolloswing S p
wifl ful
Combination 2 5 38, a pri
51, a prize of $500, Maaryla
drawn May l hi. Combiin
$1,000, Maryland State Lo
12th. Combinalion 4 38 51,
Comb. 36 51 63, a prize of a
No. 3, drawn Mlay 15ta. I r-
numbers:-4 36 3 GS 5 5
On THURSDAY. Alexandri
17, will be drawn. Capitd
ets $2, halves $1,
On FRIDAY, Maryland Sat
priz- 4_ 5tiil Tackets $
On is Ili i D.L)A Va. S
is a very brilliant and rich
THE CAPIT
1 PRIZE OF $35,295
1 do. 10,00
1 do. 6,01
Tickets 210,-shar
For sale in the greatest v
the package, single
Orders per mail should
DOYLE, 24 Pratt street
OFF'I-s-.F TrHEGA'-
TO. May 17,
Y'HE President and Direc
Syearly dividend of 3 p p
fundJa, non or after 1st June
innma 18 eo8t SRP
I ATEaNT' REFRIGER
new and improved plan.and
present in use for preserve
all things necessary for ta
ring the warm season. Al
in possession of the above
their cost in a short time
No. 9 Sharp street, nea
church.
ap2S


jay R. Le &

O N FRIDAY, 21st inst.
auction stores on
S, BAGS GREEN R
S19605 Imported per baq
brig Saldanha Catalogues
samples may be examined
ma 14.4 L
Will be addedil to the sale
21st inst, the cargo of il.-
I H 8.P H tIS. D'll1 UA
10 sented to beoi very
26 hhds and 9 tierces
ma 19
Will be added to t
SALES SUPER
BACCO.
ma
Will be added to the sale
(T BBLS. P. R. SUG
05 0 George. ma 28
BUILDING MATER AT
SALE-On WEDNES
thae2Cth instant, at 4 o'cl
posing that large building
of Pratt street, between
and well known as the 'Re
ment of Wra. Gwynn and oth
chaser will be allowed thr
trials from the premi
ma 17

60 BALTIMOR
FLOWERS-
a PARTICULAR AT
-DIES AND GENTLEM
a.y store on S
S NEXT, May 22, 181t1,
ss., Plants and Flow
new varieties of Roses,
large Cactuses; new and l
dodendrons.; large Lemon
daanges; Jasmine,; Helaio
Suckles; Verbenes, many
&c
GRAPE VINES IN POTS
Vir esin Pots-will b
The sale positive, and w
he arranged so that every
my storeon Fri lav aiternoo
lic will avail themselves
tive, and only fo
ma 19 41 ___H
XTRA SALE AT
In consequence of my ve
ings and Framned Pictures,
I seal commence with the ma
my store at 9 precisely,
the Navy Agent-300 pieces
bracing iackels;trowe!s;gus
slops-also grocerie--and
harness, and extra finish
noti -e of persons wanting
auction for the sale will p
ALSO-A second hand Bar
probably some horses. Al
Be-is, Palli
To Druggists,3 barrels S
ma18H W.
TO THt RELIGI
A N )0 I'H E RS.-SpleTiri
H. W. BOOL. Auct., w
MORNING, May 20th, 184t
stire, the best collection o
among which are loo fine
rammedd; 150 do of the Sain
of the late disinterment o
colored heads of the vario
rope, large size, and ric
as well as the various frai
fixion, are well adapted f
medialely afterwards will b
of f nir-.iil ., 1-n. i .lii
&c ., Z 1l : .--I I., A pi it
&c I ih" I',lI I .: .I t f i
amination on Wednlesday;
cratailes at
I,.. I: _
OR EXCHANGE for Dwelling
tonedr Pianos-
UNION HALL, corner Tipot
more sti'eet, Ior rent, by
or year. ma 19
TO GROCERS, PUB
(hi BOXES RAlISINS,
40 0cilli, &c.-Will hbesola
SATURDAY MORNING, Ma
Soite without reserve for a
boxes Raisins in lota to s
dry (ro. Vermacilli, with
rels Domestic Brandy; onea
land Gint; 2) casks Cnees
Measures, &c. Immediate
stock of Furniture; H.rdw
at 10 precisely, commence
as will appear by the ann
continue mysales on Monda
nuowprepared to have sales a
or elsewhere. Sales of Rea
ing sold at fair prices on
Ground on Aisqu;th, Canal
very fair prices.
ma
PERtEMPTO
VALUABLE BUILD
LIBEw'TY. NEAR SA
Y VIRTUE of a gene
County Court, passed i
debtors, the subscr.ber, as
l's Maynard. of the city
debtor, will offer at- ,.. j i
the city of Baltimore,a.'- I 1
ot May inst., at the hour o
luable building L't, si:t o
Liberty street, in tihe ciiy
street, the lot Itrontals twe f
and runs back an average
hundred feet, as wilt be s
be exhibited oni the day o
'.-7 pr-perty will be sol
'.- m.a siory DWELLN
a .lam i, frame rear, bt
lot consists in its .dmira
private dwelling, it being
of the most splendid reside
sale of thle above will be o
of the above, designated a
This lot Ironts on the W. si
ty-two It. and a quarter, a
depth as Lot No
It would serve for a smnoill
or the purclaserof'No. I
garden of it, as an alprap.|
then possess the large ;i ,
Liberty sa. The two lot
ground rent st filteen dol
which, by arrangement, wi
way, ten dollars per year
and on Lot No. 2 five doil
ye:r. lf desired both lots
of sale, asorescribed by tr
that the purchaser or purc
option, pay the pur chase m
give bonds or notes, wiah
the Irunalee, for the paymn
chase money with interest
m i miin g halt, with inter
the day of sale. The plat,
be sold, can be seen tt
ROBeRT IUR
Permanent
ma 14 eo4t

VALUABLE FAR
WOOD LOTS on or ne
pike Road about 5 m
Ira puru'nance of a dec
Court sitting as a Court of
nmndereisned tmnstee on
May next. at the hour of
& I)WELLING HOUSEo
(i alter described as L
I.l very valuable parcel
lonming to Wi
First LOT No. I, is a pa
miles and a quarter from t
the junction oa the Old
and Harlord Turnpike Road
tity ot sixty three acres,


peaches of land, umuch of i
large part ol it also value
vation, with a wood lott
sufficient Ior the support
.rn-ints on thI, lota
T.lSJ-..ri Ka[ioi" DWELIGsial ~ h
" a rofg'e rs, [amir,, stWE
i.M/i-i ot iiu,...,,Ji.o.,i
and barn. spring house, a
lent fruit. Thesltuation is
and would suit any one wh
a small scale, and attend th
desirous of a snu,
Secondly-LOT No. (2) adj
prices ,he quantity of thi
and twelve lerches of Lan
other, and is is thriving
front on ithe liarlord Tuir
be nt
Nuint,.-r (3) containing
two roidsaind welva penc
It has It-ae a h rantageol tth
homread leert on th, turn
di d into -ra 1 Il -
N .xt .ill 1,. rl I d .\ c
o ninaitcen aesa, three r
eo of LAND, of good quali
wood. 'I'Tis Lot is situated
ford 1 ,- '. .'. Iv opposite o
will b..h ul .. -ILot No.
acres, three romlds aue twen
4,consisting oif Land of sim
with same quality of thri
a front on the old Haror
are in the immediate neig
Mrs. Kfls.o, Mr. Christop .
Mar. Robiinson,and the farm
ter's, ana ioma their local
best riur[:k leading omi
a ino,' I, i ,1 section
of the attention of person
farm, oroi small cottage lo
o0 blacksmithls. B. W. Ha
opened an extensive lime s
ty, lands and wood on this
pike Road will prohrabiy r
of the properly designation
been accurately laid off
ly Surveyor, may be seen
heart, St. Paul's lane; a
.i% i on Lot (!,) will she
Ji p:tr- o view thero. Ter
by the decree, one-third in
and eighteen months with
ments to be secured by app
payment of which and ratify
will be executed to the p
conformity wiah the decr
property was sold. For parti
to SAM
ROB1'. PUR
ap 26 Ilaw3w
A CA
JOHN D.
No 269 Balto, street, os
RESPECTFULLY info
dealers in Provisions g
hand and lor sale a qu
(in barrels;) also D
TONGUES, BACON and L
more packing and curing.
will sell upon favourable t
a share of the public p


PUBLIC

By J. F. Os
No. 32. S. CH
G ENTEEL SECO
TURE.-On FRIDAY
at our rooms, we will sell t
lining house keeping; co
octagon centre table, black
match; 3 oak passage chairs
maple do; 6 black dto: I d
pier glass; large carpets;
wardrobe; rocking chair; d
ware; china and Liverpool
erally; parlour grate, st
J. F. OSB
Will be added-12 pieces
DamaskC 2
ma 21)0J. F.0.&C
By J. 1
OLD TOWN AUCTION
NER OFN. GAY AND
0 RLEANS ST. IP F
-1--I will sell on WEDNES
on the premises, a LOT OFC
west side of Orleans street
fronting 14 ft. and aning ba
Improved by a substant
f story Brick DWELL
S ently arra nged for a
cash. ma 2 0
SPRING STREET PR
1. sell on MONDAY 241h,
Lot of Ground situate on.i
the fourth and flfth from
west corner of Goghi andi
fronts Spring street thirty
tg ha. k 65 feet. The i
Tyi b.ilt 2 story BBick Dw
'1Jle I- t condition, andbui
and workmanship. The H
ately or together. The who
of $. Terms liberal.
ma 20 8
OUSE AND LOT FO
POINT-By viltue ol aer
Court of Baltimore County,
trix of Anr E. Parrott, lats
will offer at public sale
AF J'ERNOON, thie 21st inst
that LOT OF GROUND and
that part ol the ciy called
for the same on the line o
Anna street, attie distnc
ty feet Ea'tetly, trom t
and Alice Anna streets,
twenty feet, then North pa
hundred leet, then East
street taenlty eet, thence S
place of beginning. Subject
of eight
Teams as presc ibed by th
balance in 4 6 and 8 months
ty. S.
ma 19 G__
TRUSTEE'S SALE
DWELLING HOUSE.- B
ul order of Baltimore Coun
tion to the Estates oh Inso
ber, as Permanent Truste
solvent Debtor, will offer f
Thi- v the 20th day of
M. at th Exchange in the ci
lcwing VALUA
Ai. THOSE TWO PI
GROUND, situate and lying
which are contained with
courses and distances lollo
ning for the first parcel on
Franklin street at the dis
and eleven inches west
ed by the intersection of
lin street, and the west si
ning thence westerly, boui
Franklin street twenty-fou
parcel of gronnd herein at
northerly bounding on tha
Pearl street one hundred
alley, then easterly bound
feet and one inch to inter
parallel with Pearl street fr
reversing the said line sor
southerly to the place of
parcel ol ground, which b
the fiiteentl day ot May,
and thuty-four, and rec
cords ol B, 1imore Counity
237, folio 511, &c. was dis a
R. Bowly, t) the said Jam
lor the term of ntinety-nin
at and uniter the yearly rer
ty cenrlt, in equal hall year
lars and ten cents eacb, on
and March, respectively
forn the first day of Maic
dred and t
And nteginning for the sec
the nomt i side of Franildtlin
three hundred and twenty-
corner formed by toe inters
Franklin street and toe wei
running t e tv eatrly
of lFranklin st. fitly feet
inch, then northerly para
hundred and twem ty feat to
lv hounding on the south s
feet six inches and one-hal
erlv by a-traight line on
t) the place of beginning
parcel -f ground was also
date with that above refer
tie I.and t-econirds aforesa
bfolio 509, & c. deminsed an b
Bowly to the above named
signs for toe term of ninet
ever at a yearly rent of sixth
six cent, ;, ..hi. in eq
thirty one i.-il, and nin
riods and accounting from
The above property i
and well built two
ft LING HOUSE, new andi
is in a most delightful ne
ous yard is stacked with
fiuit
This properly will be so
of the ground rent to the d
to the first day o
The terms of sale are cash
the option ,f the purchase
money with interest, to t
and the remaining half wi
months from the day of sa
with security t) be approve
trustee. W E
No. 20 St. Paul's At
ap 24 I.w3w&dss
TRUSTEES' SALE
DISTILLERY, AND
BY virtue of a General o
Court passed in relation
vent debtors, and of an ord
property herein after men
Permanent Timustees of Nic
vent Debtor, will offer for
Tf1UR.DAY, the twentieth
o'clock, P. M. at the Exch
mo'e, the following v
TYi situate in Pennsylvau
B.ltimore, part of which
Nicholas U. Chafee as
All those two PIECE
OR GROUND--beginning fo
of the south-westermost
Reisterstown Turnpike Ro
nia A venue, at the north-e
ol Land or Ground, lately
icker, deceased, and at th
ot the parcel of Land her
Bowly to Zebulon Holhings
and bounding on the Pen
westerly, one hundred and
tofore conveyed by the sai
the heirs of a certain Ree
said Lot soulh 43 degrees
ty three feet to the lots
Zebulon H,..thi,.iw.n'rrt
with the said Lols southes
leet to the said lot of the
thence with a straight line
And begmninz for the othe
south 43, degrees west 257
tract of land conveyed by


worth to John Reese arid o
November, 1797, and runni
said lot south-easterly parale
Avenue one hundred and lil
above described parcel o
on said parcel south-vsester
a half inches to the pait o
day ofFebruary, 1799, co
Hollingsworth to the sai
bounding on said part no
and fifty seven feet to the
pari, and thence to the pla
two parcels of land which
the third day of October,
the land records of Balti
by Winm. H. Collins,Trusee
Chaf
SThe improvements ona
[110 ofa large 2 story
jt ,f.with a cellar and a
contains a large anid power
water pump, a very large
Tub andl other Di.-i1gn.r
menting Vats, a GLINillN
pair of French burr stones,
R Three Brick DWELL
TjM ing on :he avenue, of 2
I!jm story in height,
S Three FRAME HOUSES
the avenue, 2 stories in
lifj is used as a Stoe and
the remaining two, which
six months, as
There are also on this p
with a pump of excell
The Di)stilery is believe
a very large amount havin
prove
The above property will
one wishing to e-gage in t
is also very suitable for
Orancies ofa
This property is subject t
dred and fifty dollars, andl
and iiacumbrances, and of
of sale and of the taxes to
ye
The terms of sale are, o
money to be paid in cash o
balance in four equal inis
eighteen and twenty-four m
with interest from that da
to be secured by notes wi
by the subscribe
WM. GEORG
No. 20 St. Paul'
T. YATES WALSH,
Court Hou
JOHN I. G
ap 24 law3w&
GREEN TURTLE A
EUROPE A
-g-The subscriber
ved a small lo
GREEN TU
Nassau, acd wil
eleven o'clock
Steaks a
He has also some very
served at
JOSEPH
ma 11 dtf S coiner


.PUBLIC -

Di Furlong
Cornar of Lombard and
ON THIS MORNING, at l
CLOCKS, FURNI
6 cases Wooden Clocks
6 0. G. pol
6 Bevil W
1 Second ha
1 Extra Wo
2 dozen Boston Rockin
bles; Stands; Bedstead
Tables; Looking
1 Wheel
ma 20 FURLONG

TOCK OF GROCEI
MORNINt, at 10 o'clo
taw st.the slock of G
Fixtures, &c.
ma20 FURLONG
My I ,ever, a
No. 28 SOUTH C
PEREMPTORY SAL
On MONDAY, May 24th
o'clock, P. M., in the Cou
our Warehouse, we will sel
stantial draft Horses. Te
inma20 WE

PROPERTY ON MAR
day Afternoon. May 24t
premises, we widl sell by pu
andi parcel of GROUND, sit
Marion st. about midway
taw sts, fronting on Mario
ning back 66 feet to a wid
jL equally divided, on
by a comfortable tw
liU tING, covering 16t a t
tiially built 2 story back b
by a two story brick D
sions, with basement and hy
The property will either
ate, as the ground rent whi
if des
Terms, one third cash, th
months, wit
REBECCA S
Admin'x of Isa
ma 20 WEVER, CAN
STOCK OP
ONMONDAY MORNING,
91 o'clock, on the third flo
we will sell without reserve
selected stock of season
ing many articles suitable
name a portion of them,
white Cotton Hoisery of va
white Linen Drilline; Ga
Shawls,and Hdkfs; Gum Su
Summer Cloth; Irish Linen;
Gauze Flannel; Bobbinet
do: French Lawns; Mousli
long Cloth Ticking; Casi
Also a small lot of sum
Terms cash, in
WEVER, CA
GIG AND RIDING WHIP
ing at 11 o'clock, on same
count of whom it may con
Gilt mounted Gig Whips;
Whips: 3 doz. best Trott
WEVER, CANNON
ma20
OSTPONED-The sale o
sed to take place This M
Franklin and Park sts.
MORNING, May 271
ma 19 WVER,
FURNITURE OF A
LY-On THURSDAY MOR
at 10 o'clock, we will sell
the north west corner of
the Furniture of a family
We name as part-Wiltoni,
pets; Rugs to match; Spri
Chairs; mahog. Rocking Cha
top, Pier Table do; Route
anti breakfast Tables; e
Blinds; 2 valuable Paintings,
rural scenes: Secretary and
boards; Mirrors; Ottomans
ments do; Candelabras;
Tones; Bronze and Brass
SILVER, PLATED, GL
viz:--One richly embossed
manufactured by Mr. Kir
Pot; Cream Mug; Sugar Bo
sert and tea Spoons; Ladle
and fruit Baskets; silver
dia China dinner sets, Frenc
na Bowls; Cut Glass Cent
Tumblers; Decanters, &c.;
forks; Passage oil Cloth Ca
Brass stair rods; Chamber
Ladies Cabinet, o- dressi
poplar Wardrobes; Washstand, ma
maple and other bedsteads;
Chairs; Maple Crib; Feath
mattress; with an assort
Terms cash, in
ma 19 WEVER, CN
FURNITURE SALE BY C
On TUESDAY MORNING
10 o'clock, we will sell t
the dwelling, situate in E
ing to Mrs. Donnell. We n
Turkey Parlor passage a
Chairs; Lounges to Match
Extension Tables, extra large
Card do; one large Library
veral sets of Damask and o
Pier arid Mantle Mirrors,
Chadeliers, very rich; one
sive Mantile Clocks, one o
delabras; Mantle Lampswith
French Vases; Plated Candl
ParlorlA ndirons; Shove's
Ware; Rich Cut Glass War
and Tea
CHAMBER FURNITURE,
and Fiench Post Bedsteads
tresses; Wardrobes; Dre
Wathstands: Chamber Tabl
&c. Together with a full
Culinary
*Catalogues will be prepa
dy for examination on Mon
vious to sale. Terms c
ma 20 WEVER, C
CONTINUATION S
GLASS and QUEENS
Afternoon, May 20ta inst.
street, a general and full
and Qoeinsware. We nam
other dinner sets- very ri
sets; fancy and white do: co
ous sizes, from 3 to 20 pie
plates; dishes, bowls; mugs
celleries; centre bowls; tum
&c., &c. Sale positive, a
leave the store i
Terms, cash, in
mal8 PC WEVER, C
COUNTERS, GLASS C
be sold at 4 o'clock pr
Counters, Glass Casing. G
the store.
toe 19 __
ANARY BIRDS. E
AND GOLD FINCH.-Wi
DAY AFTERNOON, May 21st
our auction rooms, 10 pair
Birds, in cages; one Engli
hnch, all to be so
AL
HORSES.-On same aftern
past 2 o'clock, ii front e1
Horses, one a sorrel and t
tive. Terms cash
WEVER, CANNON
ma
I FURNITUREE IN
On THURSDAY MORNI
at 10 o'clock, we will sell
net street, near Charles S
to a family about moving
tion as part, parlor carpe
breakfast tables; chairs; si


case; pier and looking gla
longs; lenders; Franklin s
dining and breakfast ware
pets; brass stair rods; cha
steady; matresses; washstands;
anid basins, &c. &c.; toget
kitchen furniture, among w
ing stove. Terms cash
WEVER, CANNON& C
ma 18
RICH RARE COLLECT
ERS IN POIS
PHIA-On FRIDAY AF
inst., at 3 o'clock, at our
a very rare and splendid co
Flowers in pots, select and
&c. being consigned by M
Scorner ot SchuylF ill Four
Sdelphia. We name as par
Geraneums; Azelias; Cap
Cactuses; Dahlias. Rhodo
ROSES-We also enumerat
and elegant assortment of
ed true to name, viz. Kin
Modest; Thea Golcondi;
low and Blush do; Hoiat
Florence do; Camelia do;
Hemosa; Noisette Amoena;
tde France; Otahite and S
Banksia; Kentucky and da
new Russele:inum;White a
a great variety of hardy
in Bankab
ma18-PSC WEVER, C

N EW CABINET FU
TION.-We shall sell o
May 21st inat.at 10 o'clo
street, the Cabinet FUR
the late Mr. Brewer, dec'd
hog spring seat Solas, fig
cloth seats do; Sideboards
reaus; pillar and claw di
mahog. Workstands; Book C
dies Dressing Cabinets, wi
mans; Washstands; mahog.
let Stands, &c. &c. Terms
WEAVER, CANNO
P S. The above Furniture
until the 20th inst.
ma 14 SC
DESIRABLE
E B. ESTES.-No. 18
Offers for sale-New
assortment and a variety of
Fillet Milts and GLOVES
Plain Figuted, BIk an
Plain Bl'k and Blue Blk M
New style ichena MOUS
Linen Cambrick HDKFS,
Bl'k. Green and White F
Fillet
New style Bonnet RIBBO
PaperCAiMBRICS, btl'k, wh
Cambric INSERT
German Linen HDKFS; Green
Cambric MUSLIN, Jacone
Swiss do ana
GAMBROONS fine qual
ma 13











P UBIICS.
SPURSUANCE of ad
SCounty Court, the s'bic
tion, at Hareweou, on 2
Ihe seivanIs. horses, can's,
farming unensil, belonging
Sale in begin at Ju o'c
ap 19 P JOHN
C. E Ci.-
P lOPAI-'I'Y ON P,
NUE-On SATURDAY
22d inst. at4 o'clock, on th
that valuable piece and pa
Pennsylvania Avenue, just
261 feet on the Avenue, an
a 20 fee', pive-.l alley.
on the rear part of the lot
0S per annum thereon, wh
time for the sum of $200.
in
M The improvements n
brick Bidliingi. cov
If front, wit', a goI two
other conriveri-nceQ I're
centre o1 the count
WEST ALLEY PROPERTY
fernon, at 5 o'clock on t
am ,ll lot ul Ground in fe
Alley, Which iuns from E
dem st. saying a front of
Terms which will be libe
thie sale. WEVER,
ma 17 PSC eo
TRUST' .5
B Y VIRTUE of a Decree
Court sitting in Equity,
tees will offer for sale by
change, on the 3d ot June
ALL THAT VALUABLE
with the improvements on
nearly opposite the Odd Fe
occupied by Mrs. Cary, T
inches, a-d runs back at
wi.,th 113 feet, with the p
loot ally to F
The improvements con
T two story Brick HOUSE
I stable, yard, and
The terms of sale as pre
one fourth in cash on the d
with interest at 3,6 and
mnents to be secured by a
On payment of the whole,
a deed to th
J. G
J. MASON
ma 12 eots R T
'--I PURSUANCE of
Conuily Court, sitti
scriber, will sell by auct
city of Baltirnu-re on
next at I o'clock, the fo
perty
HAREWOOD FARM conta
and thirty acres of LAND
are cleared, and with the e
the highest state of cultiv
30 bushels of wheat, and 8
tons of hay to the acre, the
teeth since set, without
lime or ashes, the balan
with white and re
Thre property will admit
as many farms, with fine
buildings for each. The l
the place are not equalled
ated on the Gunpowder Ri
morse. The Rail Road ftro
phia passing through the c
or switch for a stopping o
cures to the proprietors and
ing Baltimore twice and Ph
selh can load within 2 or 300
delphia and Baltimore. The
to the latter place not ex
for grain, and $ 1. 25 per t
formerly belonged to Rob
highly improved by that
every kind of house for co
tics and cattle, and it on
Sto turn in occasionally gre
utility, as there has been u
sand bushels of lime and a
The land is alluvial with
grow roots or any crop to t
it is not surpassed even b
ware tor its g
The Gunpowder anounads wi
the principal of winch ar
yellow perch, shad, herring
vass back, red and black h
flock to that river in the s
sources for the sportsman
The Gunpowder and Bird-r
miles around Harewood, f
whole distance, admitting
herring fisheries, where t
qunliny in great atbundance,
altimnore market in one hour
not to be met with elsew
great importance as it wil
The arable land is divid
thorn and locust hedges,
fences, and 250 acres of w
white pine boardl tence, an
nearly new, form
.l The buildings cons
i 50 leet square, built o
iU.eid so as to secure a
Overseer's house, 3 houses
Mill, Thrashing and 2 Corn
house, Potato. Boat and
spring,-Shedding lor 200 cat
and stone, and a large ne
ol Guinppwder Bridge on t
where persons resort lor
and is admitted by all tho
best place in the Atlanti
There are three otter stt
brick houses, forming a n
addition of a few out
The t-rms of sale which a
Trust e, will be made agr
The t tie t) this property i
ap 19 eots P JOHN
VALUABLE MILL,
STHUtsTEE' SALE.-In p
of the High Court of Ch
subscriber will offer at
28th-day of May next next.
ternoon on the premises, a
erty lying on Little Elk
onown as the "Rockville Pa
of land on which the samine
bout 83 acres and 12 perc
is situated but six miles f
in the midst of a well po
tv The improvement
bTON : P tPER MILL,
4 o ne htgri, and having
ch1in.-, I-r rni,m ',g Ihe
Grmni Mill. pinning two
BHaI ihll, a ,r1 a I irge
Sheddiing, &c. Besides th
ger's House, and five Colt
tor the accoinmadation of
several establish ments.
ble; and is, in general, ade
the M
The land is considered fi
ing easily susceptible of p
provement, amid is peculiar
ime, plaster, &c. It is w
into convenient fields, a
bundantsprings of best wat
in wood, and the rest in
The title is inoti.plaL.r.
,be seen upon, dpl' i'.
The terms oh sale as press
that one fourth ofthb pur
in cash on the ratification
ry Court, one fourth in
twelve months; and one f
wilhr itrn, st from the day
to be rirc.r],J by endorsed
tee, and upon the payment
ney a title
ap 28 eots GEO.
VALUABLE BUIL
THE WASHINGT
THE SUBSCRIIl1R is a
hbllowing desuratle pro
1. A LOT trontiing on M
same side as Mr. Greenwa
adjoining it but One. The
thirty feet ten inches and
CIO feet t


2. A LOT fro ting als
between Mir. Charles Howa
frontioiitwenty eight feet
Square anu running back 16
at the corner of Mount V
str
4. THREE LOTS oftwent
fronting on Cathedral st
feet to a twenty feet alley.
South East corner ofC alhe
"-----md-ffit-he-others adjoin i
Cathedral st
4 Eighty four feet upon
South and running back 1
tween Charles and St. Paul'
distance of b100 feet from
eastwardly eighty-fo
5. A LOT on Maldison st
and Charles firo.i ,a _tou
running back ini lt--i. TiL
some Buiding lately erec
terms &c. apply to
ma 17 di t at tl
VAI.U iItLE'rI StEI
S1hIE iC.B' %'1CIIIB' 1
T,,' c-rrl ncr. i. h, b
est timhtnrvd land in Pi'eii
lyingin Brown I -Ii.t 1n
balance in Tiongi t'.,m. a
ed chiefly with Pine, but H-
Poplar, Osk, Chesnut, Waln
dant, anid two veins of io r
ous coal, have been open
dant anml proved to be of ex
The lands aboundI with f
Pine Creek. which is in ord
tion of the ye.r, passes 1i
A- w,,d.-e power tor .-..
'tbei- is on it
uma.. Barn and other
tensive clearing which pr
excellent quality; also, fou
ent points wih Oure Ilnd
which coulf, %tinl, ,I 'e
order. Large qAntities ot
down Pine Creek to the Su
more market, and one es'a
higher up Pine Creek than
sends down from three to t
feet annually. Pine Cre
B-anc 'h -.f t.e Siiq,,h ani.
sey Sintp. i,.m namkrtn tl
every 15 or 20 irl,. no i A
Legislature for the consl
Jersey Shore to Willard s
whiih haie hren ex iii,'ri .,
i1.]1 io p.-" thr.
A more valuable tract of la
many at.,iiit,,,,,g-s Imag !-l'
lic, andI it n pailh lai l ly
Capil ,i.'is .n.l i-i-onrs di p
ly in inf- InmU-r Lhui,rre .
the balance in one and two y
red on the premises, F.- ii,
to i,H-
BE,\ NEVIL
aro28 enm In P
Fo. r IREIT-A bn
l Ithre s'al's, anr car
IUPralltt etlreet near
JAS. HA AMI
ma 18 4t1


PUBLIC SRLS
IHERI OFF'S SALE-By vi
s eri Facia isiueii out
to me directed against the
and tenements ot James Aul
F. Winchester, I have se
of brushes, twelve whit
twelve coloured cambric do
ty nine pair of gloves, el
mils, nine pair of cotton
stockings, and twelve pair
by give notice that on T
at the Court House, I wil
property
ma 18 R WILL
A MOST VALUABLE
TION-By virtue of au
us, we will sell by Auctio
city of Baltimore, at one
a most beautifully situ
FARM, lying within lour m
mo
This property lies direct
Havre-de-Urace Turnpike,
ioo.d in te
lIt has neen covered with l
ures, and is in a beautiful t
greater part well sttin cl
344 acres ot land, a ll p
wood. The Southern line
the waters of BacK river,
and shooting in
The barns, stabling and sh
A in good condition, andi
DWELLING near the r
or two beautiful sites
plac-. There is a very fin
the dwelling, and a noble s
it. An extensive and excel
ice house, and a t ig. i' t
most desirable in tno- t,-,.l
is sufficiently near to be
ble farm f
Terms of sale-One.fourth
in 12. 18 and 24 months, wi
titie will be made cl
JOHN
ap 19 2aw2weots P
BY LANCASTER
RICH
RUTHERFOORD'S
W E are authorized to se
property. The Mills co
for grinding wheat, one pa
rubbers, with all necessa
tached tothe Mill a comfo
ler, and a site sufficient
Mill, calculated to run t0o
&c. ap
LANCASTER,
Auets.,
The above described val
within sight of the city o
us to the highest Lidder,
DAY, the 1st June, at 4 ,
which will be liberal,will
of s
ma 14i 1)dts
VALUABLE BUILDING
S ETTE STREET AND
subscriber will offer at pu
on SATURDAY. the twenty
the hour or 5 o'clock, P.
BUILDING LOTS.situate o
ette street, a few doors
and Cove street, rnld imme
Ssomedwelling house
ted Col. Samuel McC
f eighteen feet front on F
back a depth ot'nirety eigh
leet alley. Immediately a
fered four building Lots o
the lots on Fayette street.
16 feet each, and run back,
little less to the three fe
the owners wish to sell,
Terms liberal, and will be
plat of the lots can be see
the Exchange. R.
ma 17 H__
A POSITIVE SALE
PROPERTY, NEAR P
On Saturday afternoon, May
immediately alter the sale
by R. Purviance, Jr. Esq.
Lane, which takes place a
sell to the highest bidder
lot of about 25 feet front,
20 feet alley, which is im
JAl by excellent two st
i Property is known b
MkilU.House on the Nort
Pearl st. The improveme
fitable by some repairs, h
at an expense not exceedi
will bring 8150 a year r
the estimate placed recently
pay, it properly improved
very liberal andi for Priva
by calling on H.
ma 18
VALUABLE PROPEIT.
S THUItSDAY, thie 27t
at four o'clock, P. M. on
valuable property on Pres
from Pratt street. The pro
27 feet, and runs back 1GO
The improvements on Presid
Stial and well built
fTU HOUSE, with an alley
.lU.cious hall, 2 parlor
cious kitchen on the first
and private-and thie Hous
ranged lor a larpe and genlt
ly undergone a
The rear of the Lot on Sl
-A by two well built t
ingood repair. The who
,rnht to punctual tenants.
property renders it desira
place of business; no prope
ed sp rapidly in value as
diate vicinity. Ground r
per
And at 5 o'clock, or imme
A-day, a two storyy
13 situate on tie west side
ll..The lot Ironts on sa
and runs back acoutone hu
ley; improved by a subst
story bVick kitchen, smo
house is conveniently arran
ly-ground
Also, a LOT OF GROUND
tution street, fronting said
,ga ning hack about ninet
W Mtwost)ry brick DWE
IEJI basemerit, two room on
voral pleasant chambers. T
pl
Terms; one third cash, th
months, with interest and
the payment of the last nate
be given to the property
property having removed to
be positive.
ma I 2aw&
A SM-AL-LBUT VA
WOOD LOTF AND EIG
LOTS, FOR SALE.-In pu
Baltimore County Court, sit
trie undersigned will sell a
June, 1841, at 4 o'clock
M All that parcel o
lIProspect" formerly
.IijUClemm, widow othel
distant about 3i miles from
Windsor Mill road, compr
Land-on which is a Dwel
house and barn, a garden
fruit Trees; the soil natura
improved by th
AIso,-All Ihat parcel o
Range," comprising about
the Libehty town and Garr
and on which they intesea
from this city, adjoining
grass, Gittings, Bohn and
Land was held and has bei
perlenant the above ment
strong d
And the premises herein
9th day ot June. 1841, at
lollowinr parts of t"Ritael
Lot" in this cr--n.in


very valuable B-Ar'Ji. g
on Cove street, near Fasett
of Cove; and one on Balti
have mostly 28 leet front
teet and upwards deep; tre
and salubrious, and tie vi
The term' of sale, as pre
I cash, thie residue on i trie
and twenty-four months wit
% ith approved secur t/ wi
the whole of these lots is a
and may be there
ma 12 2aw2weo4t J.
FARM FO
I OFFER at private sale
immediately in Iront ol an
nlia and Baltimore Railro
Elkton, Cecil county. M cl. (
of land, enclosed by a good
believed to be as ferlile an
the Snate, and particularly
grass, and is the more value
guous to the town of Elkt
times a good m
ALSO-The Farm on Itl
about 2t miles north fro
Little Elk Creek. (an
from Mackali'.- MII.
210 acres ofl AND1,.
woodland, suiltAle o
The cleared land hasa
lime within the last five y
the effect is very great.
ft L small stream passing,
ITIr ingsa are all new and
Jm sist of a stone Dwelli
ner, two Barns, one of t
lee House, Smoke House,
large stock. Any person w
ty of this kind wili find th
a permanent or summer re
situation cannot perhaps
desired by the purchaser of
tair price the stock now on
of Horses, 2 yoke ofOxen,
ofyyoung cattle, and a!l n
I will also sell the LO
south side of the Railroadt
in lots to suit purchaser'
ten to Fair Hill, and oen t
street to the Depot. and
lot, any quantity f
Tire terms on any or all
beaccommodating. Apply i
paid oa
ap 28 eo4w
f FOR RENT-Two T
HIDOUSES, on the east
J.between Mulberry, and
houses are very dry-the
they have two entrance-,
up three or four steps, w
two parlours with folding
papered. They are in one o
tor water and have paten
that never freeze. Possess
f A Two Story HOUSE
1T ing on Calvertat. a ,,rio
I on the south side olfh0
a beautiful residence with
session can behad a
ap2l


jPUB-LIC
PUBLIC SALE OF
PROP
TlHE subscribers will of
.premises in the City
NESDAY, the 26th day of
tb ur o'clock, P. .
The following very va
fronting one hundredand tw
bide of Pratt street, and r
A-& The improvements on th
fMlEty situate on Pratt str
ljUBvery well known
ot two two story bri
This portion of the pro
Messrs. Baugbman & Hau
Gould and Thomas Severso
ft street two two sto
iT re This property will be d
Ias purchasers, and a pla
se' ii at the office of S. M
All the materials c..mibo
as the Repository ii l tIe u
chaser will be allowed t
same from t
The terms ot sale are that
ers shall pay one fourth of
days, one fourth in six m
months, and one fourth ini
day of sale, with interest
secured by notes to be ap
The property is in fee simple
will be convey
Five undivided savenlhs
the above property fronting
running back of the same w
be conveyed under a de
Court as a Cour
WMl, GWYNN,
SAIL. MOALE, T
REVERDY JOHNSON
and JNO.H.B
Five undivided sevenths in
fronting 68 leet on Piatt t
the same width to Dover s
der a deed of trust from E
to Sam'l. Moale and
SAM'L. MOALEa
REVERDY JOHNS
The remaining two seven
property, will be convey
are respectively, by deeds
RANDLE H. MO
GEO. WM. BRO
apD21 2awts P R. I.E
IALE OF LO'TS ON FA
subscriber will sell
terms, the following d
to wit.-Four Lots on the
beginning lbr the same on
alley, at the distance of 15
lot having 21 feet front,
to a 4 it. alley. Also, fiv
directly in rear of the abo
having 16 feet 9 inches Ir
ig south 50 lest to the 4
Said alley being lor the m
of the future owners
It the property he sold,an
chase money satisfactorily
be had it desired. Should t
leased by private contract
next, the same will be scll
mises, at 4 o'clock, on th
ground may be seen it the
West Fayette st
ma I
TRUSTEE'S SALE.-Byi
the Baltimore County Co
ot Equity, thire subscriber,
public sale to the high
the 26th day ot May instan
o'clock
THAT VALUABLE LOT
north west intersection
streets, fronting on Baltim
bouts, and running back en C
A lThis Lot contains a
f WAREHOUSE, at prese
11 & telorling, under a
This property is too well
ness to need fur
The terms of sale will be
money to be paid in cas
thereof to be divided into
at six, nine, and twelve n
the day of sale, for which
be required to give notes w
dorsements, to be approve
the whole of the purchase
will execute a deed
J.P. KE
ma5 P 2aw3
Y' VIRTUE of a Deed ot
B will sell by auction, on
day ot May, at 4
ALL THAT LOT OF GRO
ot Lee street, Buginning at
win street filty-seven feet
eastwardly tweLty-five fee
angles to Lee street ninety
street; thence wentwardly
five feet; and thence north
&M ginning. The improve t
consist of a FRAM
M street, twenty-five fee
ingo, iand two two sto
Guildford street. This pro
will be divided to suit pu
At five o'clock, P. M. ea
prem
A LOT on th-e west side a
at a point distant 61 lfeet
thence running north on S
ches, thence at right ansil
thence south 15 feet 6 inc
ginning, with the privile
str
The improvements on
comfortable tree st
M' with good back t,;,t
subijct to aground ren
On the 25th day of May,
is
A VACANT LOT OF GR
the south east side of N
Bolton street, at a point
twenty feet nortih-eastwar
troiting on Howard late
wardly twenty five feet, a
to Tyson
On the 26th day of May, a
premises, a LOTI de
Beginning on the north
north-westwarilly 115 feft 6
thence Irontingon Fiont setih
ches, thence nonth westerly
line ofJonei' Town 115 fee
easterly 34 feet 6 inches, a
to the beginning. Oun tlhe
an alley 3 feet wide is to
thirty feet lor tle comir
adjoini
t Oi this property is
two story brick D
l buildings, &c. Titl
sale.
1 can also sell at private
I for $30 on
I for $5 on Addison
JOHN GLENN
ma 7 2aw3t
VALUABLE BUILD
AND WASHINGTON ST
IN PURSUANCE of a
County Court, sitting
by virtue of a special order
bar, as trustee, will offer
Ses hereinafter described, ari
on WEDNESDAY the second
not the next fair day thee
past four o'clock, P. M.,
or pared of Ground, situa
City o1 B
B-ei ,,i,,a for the same a
irine].r< ,.r, of the north
east side of Washington s
northwardly bounding on t
street one tbindred ard tw
ly parallel with Fleet esre
southwardly parallel with
dred and twenty feet to Fl
warmly bounding on the north
foir feet to the place of b
property which by deed bea
day of July in the year of
and twenty-eight, and dul
records of Baltimore Cou
No 191, folio 152, &c. wa


trnas'ee, to the late John
small purchasers who may
proposed to divide t ie prop
feet lots on Fleet street, w
to an alley, and four I)t
about fourteen leet each, i
feet. The property is re
improvement, being near s
yard', and the spacious wha
Canton Company. As the pa
onis to sell,bargaintis may
property as proposed to be
at the sle, and in thea m
H. W. Bonol's suction r
Terms of sale as prescribe
Court, are, one-third in ca
months with interest, the
cured by approved endorse
est from the
ROBT. PUR
ma 18 eo2vw
1I'ItU-,'1'El
ILL be s,,ld in viituen
cellor, on SATURDAY,5-
at tlie Tavern of John tOnio
t Lirtle Gunpowder-t
1 (formerly the proper
worth) situated onthei
tite Hartord County side,
Mill has fine water power
bu-iness. There is attack
OF LAND, A DWE
the miller, and the nec
It is now in the occu
cock whIo wiJl shew the pr
to pur
The terms of sale, are one
ney to be paid in cash, at
-menthis fom the day of s
bond with surety for the c
terest from the time
Sale to commenc
IOTHO SCOT
N OTICE. -The creditors
Ll deceased, are heieby i
claims with the vouchers
office within lour months
sale.
ma 17 _
FUR RENT-TI'at de
1T Seat recently in the
.LL!IConway, situated orLe
distance west ol Franklin
Country Seat ot Rob't. G
eleven acres of land, some
improve:l with a good lit
St,.ble, Carriage Hi. i,-,, -'
Buildings, all in good repa
immediately, and to a aro
low. Apply to VAN
Lexington st
Market Ho
DAN. H
ap'24 dtf Fayeter
" --DWELLING HO
lTn'A handsome 3 store
fJJ.tj.Paul street, in com
or about fat June. Apply
ma 19


TRUSTEE
E will siell at Public
Princess Anne, com
DAY, June 91h, 1841 and
until all are sold-toe
which were conveyed to u
benefit of the creditors
Stakes & Co. The stock
together with GROCER
ERY,
The terms of sale will be
all purchases over Ten Doll
with approved security bea
of sale,-lor all purchases
will be required. The ter
with in every case before
The sale will begin da
W. W. JOHNSTO
S. W. JONES,
Princess Anne, Md
ma 16 a
P PROPERTY ON EUTAW
I'HURSDAY AFTERNO
o'clock on the premises, w
tion, all that piece and p
Eutaw street, near Camden
deed as to lows, viz. Beg
west sideof Eutaw street,
north from the north we-tt c
law and Camden streets,
binding on Emutaw street 25
with Camden st. 77 feet
thence south binding on th
east by a straight line to
The improvement on
1 .wo story brick
MJ2 i. mitre front ot th
sayle, andl in the most sub
story back building conv
a good Stable and Carria
je't to an annual groun
sale. WEVER,
P.S. The property can
previous to sale by apply
at. W C
ma 18 endtd
ALUABLE FARM
SALE.-The subscriber
move to the city, offers for
property. If it is not soll
time, it will be offered a
the 15tll June next at the
M. The "Willow Cottage
resides, containing one hund
The land is ot prime qual
cultivation. with a suffici
port the place. There a
orchard in full bearing, of
young peach orchards, one
and the other of selected
Timothy and English Gras
flourishing
AA The improvements are
1t consist of a convene
0111 HOUSE, Kitchen, &c
near it, having a spring
through it-a Switzer Bar
House and other
The Farm is 6 ,r,-nl-- Ir
of ihe Washington Turnpi
as to brown, the beauty and
lion and the neighborhood
one ot the most desirable
2. ALSO-The property ad
as Owing's Sulphur Sp
acres of Land. There i
.A DWELLING HOUSE i
kitchen, stables, &c.
.2 scriber is now laying
of the very best of
This property has been
for the strong and pure sp
it and might be made a
3. ALSO A TRACT OF. I.
adjoining Port Tobacco, c
filteen acrea of
'The terms of sale for Nos
cash and the balance in 9
interest-tor No. 3 one hall
months wit
The crops now in the gro
action to be
Persons desirous of view
to do so, when the subscr
information necessary. Th
ton Road near t i
FRANCIS D
WEVER, CANNON
ma t18O


VALUABLE SHIPTIM L
SALE.-The sunb ,ra're
private sale, a T r 'it d
River Neck, containing on
of the best situated and he
Necks. It is estimated tha
foity to fitty cords of wood
valuable Snip Timber, there
of large anilt' heavy O
It combines the advantages
adelphia Rail Road, which
it. with ar excellent land
chaser to bring wood from
ter, at a comparatively tr
adjoins the place of the la
same piece or parcel of gr
the late John T. Worthina
inuly recorded among the
County Court, in Liber W
liable tract of Woodland
the public, and it is partic
tion of Ship builders, and
extensively in the wood
an additional value, from
Canal, which it is suppo
-i F-. gI it. For reference
.iii be li.e
EDWARD WO
ma 18 eo3t Atton a
V ALUAkiLEK It'cOPR
Tho subsct iber will di o h
able estate known by the
peity," situated orn the Balt
equi iistalt between Bialt
'l'fhe improvements uo
if anexcellent
I! MILL, a large andc
HOUntI Coopers Shopt) and
A Farm of three hundred ac
ing on the Patapsco Falls
tached to the "Mill Proprty
at- to suit purchasers. T
ered with a heavy growth
&c. and is admirably adap
Tobacco and Corn. To capi
in a Factory or a large
; In; ,.'e immense) isp
,1 .-i I .r profitable specu
is highly advantageous,
Baltimore andt Ohio Railro
and Washington road pass
Its locality also, in a ple
the midst ol'a grain grow
rapidly improved by the as-
procured to be delivered
cheap rate, offers many
has been e'tiblshed at th
D,-pct. The timber that
and for which the Baltirnan
party present a ready ma
the Purch
Any information with rega
application to S. H. Tagait,
street, or to the subscribe
Baltimor
ma 6 0eo JO
FARM AND LO
Tr HE subscriber offers
situaed on the Philade
four miles from this city.
of fine meadow and WO
are cleared, thie remainder
premises are a com
with OUT-HOUSES, an
a ter, and thie wholear
po i and i.l tr I..'.-Ri.-
ot water, i..'- ilr.n ,ei
'I his Farm will be sold, it
30 acres, so that each lo
through it, and will make
Grazing lots. About 10 acre
side ot these Turnpilke and
doiff, and is well ad
The pastures will be ren
JOHN W
ma 12 eo8lt* Be-Air Roadil
SFORB SALE- 4,500-
fnTi.r .1 I andsome iesid
Iili,' lIv. mu street, o 25 f
al.3, .-11 ,-. divide, Irontingo w
ble andi CariageHousep; this
and clhar ofl ai
-L A SO-A splendid
.A -back iuiiim,,r t
ijj ran street, e,- .i H
to an alley; this House is
nience, built of the best m
to cost, can be purchased
accommoda
ALSO-A three store
L ini on Second street,
;.i,. g.-. with back buini
Lot lI deep" Ihis is a desiabl
and may be pureatlase
_& A LSO-DWELLINGS
m il.n.. fronting on Pitt, E
to ,j I (-, an al
s A AL.SO-Several va
COUNTRY SEATS, in t

P'usturuge Lots for Rent.
dow l .\ %i\ I, will be retted
th,'selots are within Mi e c
rich and productive, and
Il> i. Miit I
aSrit 19 e S. E. core
FN& fk)K REB^T.-A la
TH story Brick HOUSE, w
lJ J ring witi finer ciy
with suolke house, and hydr
Ilis fine size, ant it ha
floor and a hige .-u- of
g ro u n d b i..t, .' '.. in,
below Jc-n ,i I. in In E
in all respects fit fora iget
fol situation. Possession
.rna 10 di0tJ 1
,A- FOU I1{tNT-A two
,TWiback buildings, a
ImlHyard, wit i every other
unity, aud a very handsome
.,- .i.' '1, la te residenceo
%Ii sn-i L -e Fell's Point
The property may be exa
day, and possession may
ter mas apply to
mia 10
aL VOR SALE.-That
im DWE LLING on the e
A1.k -ir. i above Sarato
above Saratoga 6t.) The l
desirable in the city, and i
dwelling fitted up in heauit
,tible witl six stalls, togtt
age hous- and otier co
Terms one touitii cash, on
1, 2,3and 4 ears
mh2 JOHNI
^ DWELLING
tWailedt a modern bui
liiHOUSE, situated in
part oh the cRity-rent mus
P. S. podt office, stating
situation ot rooms. &c
SIFuR RENT'-Wareh
i wharf. Appl
i


HYGEIA
OLD PO,1NT COMf O
T IHE ,ubscrinbers mostt re
their Irienda and the pub
have taken that eligible,
establishment, the HY
been fitted up in a style I
fort of visitors, not surp
section of country. Consid
editions have been made to
now between seventy and
airy and well furnished,
BALLROOM, BILLIA
ROOM and REFECTORY, wi
ces ot amusements to suit the
They flatter themselves t
ence of one of the proprie
and most respectable esta
and their determiialion to
to give entire satisfaction
to give th
BATHING.-The Bathing
large and fitted up in a
both for warm and sea Bat
lully attended to and
Regular Boarders will b
Sea Baths, and will be c
tion to the warm. A mode
to transien
The deliglt'ul situation
ment of thie Sea breeze an
Crats and Oysters in every
procuring every delicacy o
farms in Elizabeth Cily C
ket, from which can be p
Meats, Poultry, Vegetable
daily ; the view over the
with the canvass of vessels
the lin -of.battle ship, b
some gallant Commodore,
laden witi tie choicest de
military reviews and stupend
ress Monroe and Fort Calh
enade on the rampati and
Old Point one of the most d
try to resort to for
The BAR will be supply
WINES and LIQUORS that
have in their cellar a few
Wine that was so much ad
Fortress Monroe, and wbic
tolled by some of our own
be added, Pemar's pale an
hope Madeira, .nd a varie
selected by Mr. Wi m Frenc
ct'ter judges, and they ar
such prices (according to
give entire
The facilities of -'eachi
Point give it a ereat advan
ol resort for invalids. T
and Portsmouth, James Riv
more. touch there daily a
arriving and depa
HUDG1NGS
Old Point C
ma 18S __ 3 t


$60 RE
I ANAVWA on the 16th
IL ployminent of Mr. Jas.
SAM'L. DOWNS, about 25 y
or five inches high, dar
looks pleasant when spoke
away a blue cloth coat not
ol the same colour, light
cloth or cassimere pantalo
ly new, hut as head othe
is probable he has chang
away without cause it is n
vour to make his way to s
ing Slates. Ten dollars wi
in the city-twenty five d
cuty and in the Stale-and
State, to be lodged in Jail
all reasonable expenses pa
residence ol Mr. Juo. Hass
Pratts t near
ma 19 d4t
i ,A FOR RENT.-A hanlo
I Tl ged small two story
L ous back buildings in B
for a small getiteel lamil
by its steps which are o
at the 6,eIti, g, ora
71 South Cal
Rent $250 with Hydran
J- WANTED TO R
) HOUSE, witi) back Bui
Ja story House in a cent
aion required in J
PAIRO0
ap 23 d
AM DESIRABLE ST
MORE STREET FOR
now occupied by Thoma
Balvimore st. 4th door ano
possession can be given.
more street., 1
FrlFOR RENT-A comfrt
Cimeit DWELLING in
(I iSlSarp street, Poses
Apply to JAMES
63 South
ma 17 dct f


A- FOR RENT-Two d
the second floor of
M aetly over those oc
Commissioners. Enqui
S. SCRIB
ap 22 Co
f FOR RENT-The !arg
Dwelling situated iii
two doors Iromin Germa
Mr. Waesche. Posssgsio
terms apply to
ma 11 C e S
A v Lv L BikR I T vI
S large end convenient
north east corner of P
is in good order,aud posse c
ly. Apply to
ma 19 !6t P
FA0IIH' l't il .In i -,i-,
I-Il H ,i 'F. AND STORE
'.itLl '.iit Market,t e
lor a iancy business, a lo
'nbaccu store, Possessio
ply lo
ma 18
A k FOR RENT.-A han
HOUSE in Sharp street
=a Lombard, with two par
kitener on the first floor
between Charles and Ha
Ful lE EAT.-Tthe
I Waterloo Buildirgi
ma 1 t
FOl t RENT-Th
3 Hanover at. apply
ft5 mil 27-d
N BALTIMORE COUNT
ting in Equity, Nove
vs. the United States Ins
that the Receivers of tlni
Company give notice by a
papers printed in Baltimor
Company, to produce their
duily authenticated, on or
next, in order to receive
respective claims.
True Copy, Test-
OFFICE OF THE RECE
STATES INSURANCE CO
In compliance with the f
more County Court, the und
United States Insurance Co
to the creditors of said Co
with Joshua J. Atkinson, A
or belfoe the Ist day of J
dividend of the ass
JAMES H
WALTER F
Receivers of the U. S
ja 7
TO CONTRACT
RAIL-
E ENGINEER'S OFF
AND OHIO RAIL ROAD
will be received at this of
20th day of May next,
MANSHIP of constructing
Harper's Ferry to Cumber
Road; there Company being
the delivery thereon of th
length o f the line is ab I
gidnfnie) of which it is de
ur.- ti'r.,m, Harper's F
of the present year, and th
and tall of 1812.-No prop
laying less than 10 miles
track and printed specific
companies by forms of prop
Company's Office in this c
ise ol Proposers, on the
Ful I testimonials of chiar
accompany the -)ff'eis of
known to the undersigne
addressed.-By order on the
BENJ. H.
Engineer of Locatio
BalItimore, April 8th
TRANSPORTATION OF
HOAD C COMPANY,
P ROPOSALS will be recei
S the 1st ot .tune, for furni
quality yellow Spruce Pine
must be clear ot all saps an
the size of a ten inch -tick
be delivered by the last of
of 2- cords per momt'a, a
Company's Let, at li- fo
Block; Ialf of the quantity
be seasonedm-the ot
The pric" proposed will
sureunient-paym'It twill b
monthly on 4 5 of the
ma It eo D. C
GARDEN
ROBERT SINCI,
SEEDSMEN, No. 6
have on hand a supi
SEEDS, raised princ
Gardens, near this ci
eit to pionluce vegetables of
kind that can be successful
ly obtained from the South
come mo-e perfectly ripe
raised in the humid
We particularly direct te
our Extra Blood TURNIP
raised tire last season Ireom
quality: also, Parsnip Se
Brunswick Cabbage. A fine
and Winter use; Lettuce,
Radi-h, Savoy Spinach, a
and red top Turnip, Toma
extra early and Mar
Our imported EARLY CA
sorts)-Scarlet Radish, Bro
flower, Cresses, white Ci
wot zel, &c. &c., arrived
der, all ofwhich have been
l
0y- Gardeners are respect
Seed Raising establishment
will find the business of s
most systematic manner, by
ALSO, I
200 kinds Flower See
Ploughs, Agricultural I
large and gene
Books on Agriculture a
Garden Toola, embracin
Hoes, Rakes, Trowels, Edli
Drill Machines, two ol
planting corn, beets,
ap2I


-~ ii~AiU


NOTE



'kl 1: jiLeamb-,t, ilor
present week, leave th
whaif on Monday the 17th
Friday the 21st. There wil
mediat
Due notice will be giv
resume her pla
Passengers for CHARLE
Certainly with the Great M
Ven
Passengers for RICH
will arrive at their place
leaving Baltimore at
JNO C.
General Agent Baltimo
ma 17 d22 PR
STEAM BOAT LINE
PHI
VIA THE NEW CAS
RAIL
S The Steamb
WASHING
Trippe, adN
TION, Capt.
alner-iasely leave Bowly'
day, (except Snday,) at 3
for Philadelphia. By th
Winchester, Harpers' Fer
erick city, in the morning
mid-day, may be in Phil
9K- Passengers landed and
ing, Elk River. going andr
84. Suppers o50 cts.
ap21 h __
tkJttEItiHTI' T
BY THE STEA
Merchandze
f freights by t
al, with care a
dia WN Shippers wil
notice that all freights b
wharf by 1 o'clock, P. M.
boat same day.
ap 21
TIME OF STAR
ThLe he m The a
boat Gov. WOLOT t
b.31 1"avoii nighw
Ej S BH Baltimore
Thursday ant Saturtay, at
and Port Deposit a.id Hav
Wednesday and Friday, at
Freight will be received at
wardd. Passage $1
ma 17 P
FOR PATUXENT R
HAV
The Steam
ENTwill comm
ular route for
THURSDAY,4
18)1, at6 A. Al. on that da
ery succeedingThursday.S
Stale wharf, in the city of
other places on thire Patxent
thence on the Sunday follo
"'unday until further notic
MN., and she will stop at F
in
Passage to or from Patuxe
and fare to or Irm
Freight as heretofore
fe23M LWEM
FOU ANjrAPOLIS,
WYE LA
This SteambaMAY
LAND will,on14O DA
24th May, heav atmr
Iat 6 o'clock,
end Dugan's wharf-her usua
above places, ar.d continue
season, returning the same
boat this trip, con so and
The boat will cotr for pass
napolis, which will givs s
business there, sufficient ti
Annapolis a
'N. B. All baggage
Passage to Annapolis a
Do Including fare to
MRa IS L G
FREKEIGHT FOR PET
MOND
The steam
BUS, CattaiPi
leave Limghtstre't Bb ol
~SATURDAYEVNG
NEXT, the 22d May, at
apply to J .1COB B
nIa 19 PR 4V No.
FUR- FAIR AEN


FOR' FAIR HAVEN
The SteamB
__ENT, will lea
NS S & land Wharf in
WV Baltimore forFiHa
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING
o'clock, and return from
freight intended for Fair
what on Monday, and the
be on the wharf at Fair H
mnlidian, to ensure its b
day. Ie 23


FOlt ALEXANDER
AND GEO
THE Steam
_LUMBIA, Cap
wh Guyther, wi
{rorcc street
SATURDAY AFTERNOON a
will leave Washington
NI NG at 6, and Alex
Both going ani returning
passengers and light goods
oni the
Orn-The freiglht on such
time of
rmuipter- are requested t
marked, and especially t
each package wnen practice
whether Alexandria, Was
And in cases of miscarriig
Ihereot to the agent at t
steamboat company will
such notice be given within
sons are he
Passengers baggage and pa
risk. Apply to CH
ap 7 PA gn
TO WESTERN ANU
TRAVE



THE GOOD INTENT
leave Baltimore every e
afterthe arrivalof the Pl
For Wheeling, Pittsburg
and Cincinnati, via., Bal
and National Road, t
Through to Wheelin
PILOT FAST LINE leave
o'clock, for the above citie
as the Good Intent Lin
The above Lines connect a
Ohio Lines of Stages,-also
villa, Cincinnati, Louisvi
lea
For Seats in :'..,nr.iir.e ,
sition 1 -,e(.oItii -, ,. Ii
site ile Baiiiriniore i
HUTCHINSON
THOSE. SHRVE
ALPHEUS BEALL,
WILLIAM H. S

C IT COMMISSION
titmioers, 17V) May, 184
ers tIf ve iec-ived an appl
Monument Street Irorf the
to the west side of Howar
proprietors of ground f
Str
Tliey thera'ore hereby g
,n c..,%.,, that they w
I A I'UtlltnY, the 29th d
clock, A. M., to take int
mine on said appl
ma 19 dt9C9 r
V ntT' COMMlISSION l
timor,, Mary 15, 1841-
hereby give notice uf thei
day Ihe 21stday of May in
to establish the Grade ofl
street to Frani
The Surveyor and all pe
quested to attend at the pr
pers. By order,
mh 19 d4t
GERMAN
THE Subscriber
Sed by late arrival
J stantly keep on
German Piano fo
none imported
which They offer ior sale
dep I1A S _
k0t11 SALI.-A h
hland PHA.ETON,
with a holding bac
tun, made tor one or tw
offite- or oh
*na' Is 9o4t__


COLUS! OLS!. Cts t
C season for these unple
a slight cough frequently
sumption, the public sh
s WAYNE'S SYRUP OF
is a sure antidote fos eith
anmd I know it. I can say
there is no mistake in this
you have a colt, to 19
and buy i
a-For sale by RICHA
No. 254 Baltinorestreet,
this city. _2_
PAPER HAA
HE SUBSCRIBER resp
friends and the public g
ceived hib spring assortm
Paper Hangings, which wi
his assortment v-ry extens
Chambers, Halls, &c. &c.
Fresco Papers, far si
Gold and Silver, S
Whili Satin Gro
New style Gothic
New style Gold andi Si
Gilt and Cl
Pannell Papers, Views,Co
&c. &c. All of which will
Persons in wait of Paper
and examine for lr. un-
WALTER C
No. 104 Ba
ma 10 Im betweenSo
DIARRt(ME
HIS mixture has been in
appearanceot the Choler
bly succi!ssful in arrest
toms ot that fatal disease.
ical principles, and may b
from looseness of the bowel
ly of fiuits and vegetable
dapted to the suiimmri c.mp
SO cents per boitle--
MACKENZIE & CO
ma 18 eud3w N. E. c


TRAVELLERS FORT
informed that by taking
for Washington at 4, P. Mt
ington, Frederieksburg, Ric
don, and Wilmington,
reaching Charleston theseco
IALTIMORE,and ofte
ot'fany other Line,-the Co
bound by the Post-Master
lowing quic
Leave Philadelpa
reach Baltimore, 2 P. M.
Leave Baltimor
reach Washington 6 P. M.
Leave Washing
reach Fredencksburg,12M
Leave Frederic
reach Richmond, 5 P. M.
Leave Richmon
reach Petersburg, 7 P. M.
Leave Petersbu
reach Weldon, I A. M.
Leave Weldon
reach Wilmington 1 P. MN.
Leave WilmingnI
reach Charleston next da
680 M ilesi
As this Line carries
cannot be delayed,) and i
ROAD LINE, it will be pe
Traveller, unless in some
is sure of a connection th
dent that Fogs, Rough We
ten occasion delay in a r
of which is by the Bay,-th
jected to Sea-Sickness,
risk, from boats being urge
to compete with the
ROUT
'The above Line will be
CERTAIN arid EXPEDITE
tractive-as it passes th
ment and in sight of Mou
and through Fredericksbu
burg, the largest and most
gin
IT IS ALSO CHEAPE
AS CHEAP AS THE B
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.-145
Petersburg to that city. S
the Raleigh Rail Road to
Milton, Danville, &c.-a
This is the ONLY DA
and Pet
0l-Passengers for the Ra
pay through to
0f,-For further informa
apply at the office of
Adjoining the Philadelphia
,e 12 dtf

WARRANTED FRE
SCOLO
STO

COCA LIO
\and ES7 d
FRENCHBUR
BU \ W KS
AND CA E
e !
PLASTERO
PARIS
'rIIHE S

1" \-'-f \ er
ALera beglevto
inform the
e s and t
that they
ed to furn
above artic
f~~~quality, at tesot
at possible notice. They o
Burr BLOCKS, selected b
quarries
Orders from any part of
panied with satisfactory r
attend
They may be seen at thei
nue, near Pratt street bride
Saratoga street
ie 25 E q
oHOURGLASS
GIhN.-- r
bhar h iare
i thepsroosb n .
others e ai
apenror lot


0 o EXCELN
fFLAVOR N
which h
sale on beaenabte
Sartog ste






CIAtems
C. W. K
SNo.9 Camm a
no


MR. ARCHER, (Graduateo
demy, at West Poin
BOARDING& DAY SCH
DI
Lexington street, S d
BALTI
THIS INSTITUTION is
S embracinga thorough a
instruction in all the bran
Educa
There is a'Preparatory D
school, into which little g
duced prices. A Prosp-c
studies, prices &c.&C. may
the Principals at the sct
made to Major Gen. Winfi
Dennis H. Alahan, Protf.
J. W. Baily, Prof. Chem.in
my; Roswell Park, Prof. ol
versity of Penn,; Rev. D
Rev. John C. Backus., R
B. Magruder, Dr. R. N. Ha
Dallamr Esq., Wm. F. Gile
Esq., Wmin. Reynolls Esq.
Baltimore; Rev. E. W. Gi
Rev. John Davis, Waabi
Fanney, Harlford co, Md.


m --


AiAlJL*

BALTIMOKRE &
ROAD.-Rhb.iUL


Jj1S0I) %7A 21U.1/N EtteST IS
rT'liE Itare 1ni tniroBd
E belteer, Baltimnuie n
propoilion to other
The passenger and builden
cept Sunday. The paaenger
A.M.
On and after the 15th inst.
tion on many articles of m
and those who may be in
rates by calling either at
office. .C.
an 14


ItUUKS OF
F IHE P..,.Pnrer Tiai
Ohio. ai 'ia ad-liri'
IST JANUA
MAIN
FROM BA
H.
For Ellicott's Mill
do do
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferry,
FOR BAL
H.
From Ellicott's Mi
Sdo2 30
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferry
"WASHINGTO
FROM BA
H.
For Washington,
do "
FOR BAL
H.
From Washington,
do
Passengers by the mcrrnin
can connect with th, We,
House;-and those destine
the train fir'om Harper's
the Relay House in ample t
evening train for Washi
ja 5 B. CHAS
EVERY lrMORNINGG
PHILADELPHIA, WIL
MORE RA


FUHE PASSENGiERS T
T. V' TATES MAIL, leave
morning at nine o'clock-th
Wilmington, and reach Ph
clock, P. M. in time tort
Yo
The regulations heretofo
ny for the comfortable ac
ease and facility of travel
will be c
J0-Colored Passengers mut
office hefor
**Packages intended for
be left previous
de 23 PRS d A.
HAUNtDEN & CO'S
NEW YORK & BO



MARANDENS & CO. respe
friends and the public t
rangements with the Phila
to run their cars through
and Philadelphia
These ca,'s will run in
York and B
Packages of Goods, Sampl
at our office, No. 12 SouiTh
before tie car leaves, wil
same, and in Bosto
H. & Co. will transact i
and all kinds 1o
N. B. Harnden & Co. are a
loss or injury of any artic
their charge, nor is any r
be attached to, the Camd
Steamboat Company, on who
theii crates are and may be
them or their cen a
N. B.-The above arrang
Thursday, Apr
J. W. LAWRE
No. 42 South 'Ihird
WM. WYMA.
No.2 Waail ,I
HAlINDEN
mh 19 tf N
WINTER AR
GREAT l. U iiD l..l
MAIL LIMNE, IMI
ft-THE ONLY LINE CARR
THIs 18 THE O