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:
February 3, 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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oclc - 02257236
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issn - 2325-3169
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AA00020290:00016

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

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AMERICAN


& COERCIAL DAILY ADVERITISER.


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FpBLISHEO EVERY MOtNING El
DOBBIN, MURPHY 4 BOSE,
NO. 2 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMOR.E
Daily paper, 8 dollars-Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-the advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
n one city-all new advertisements appear in both
papers.
OOUNi) PIG IRON-For sale by
B ma 24 J. M. SLAUGHTER, Bowly's whi.
A LM ONDS.-65 trails soit Shell ALM'ONDS-
For sale by LAMBERT FITTINGS,
ma 24 d6t Exchange Place.
SACON-hog ouud, tor sale by
3 KERNANU& STILLINGER,
ma 24 17 Spepar's whf.
B LOOM I lRON-200 tons Bloom IRON, warren-
S led quality, for sale by
,raa ? J M.SLAUGHTER, Bowly's whf.
'UTI'ON -luU bales Louisiana Colton, for sale
S by J. Ml. SLAUGHTER,
ma 24 Bowly's whf.
C%)a v-ER(A A, in1 l.rcer. ,h.i r.t.. i,. Ii.. and
for seleby WELD &JiNK',.
ina 24 P 8 Bowly's whf.
HAMPAGNE WINE-50 baskets low priced
Champaigne Wine, tbr sale by
ma 2t JOHN P. ADAMS, 7 Bowly's whf.
HOCuLATE-No. 1 Chocolate, of various
brands, for sale by WELD & JENKS,
ma24 P 8 Bowly's whf.
H OPS-4 bales first sort, 18411, lor sale by
Il WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
ma24 85 Bowly's wharf.
SEMP.-48 tons Russia HEMP-For sate by
LAMBERT GITIINGS,
ma 24 d6t Exchange Place._
IN VIiiO-8 seroons prime Caracas, for sale by
I WITHINGTON & EAST'I'MAN,
ma 24 85 Bowla's wht.
iWIAUGAN Y--50 logs to tIe lauded t.is morn-
irg, offered from the whari by
mae 21 eo4t Z. H. COOCH, Wool st. Bowly's.
IV EW ORLEANS MOi,-AS -S-in traces,
.1 for sale by J. M. SLAliGI 1LR.
mna 24 Bewly'swnf..
0 ARKS.-lUU.:tel OAKI-, I nll gI '. -al-' 1b
,,,WELD, &JENKS,
ma 24 P 8 Bowly's wrn.
p RIME FRESH RICE, in tierces anid half
P tierces, for sale by J. MAl. SLAUGHTER,
ma 24 slowly's whf.
OAI -I100 boxea No. I Soap, lor sale by
S GARLAND & ELWELL,
ma24 P 86 iowly's whf.
S AL.aKAT''Ua-I5 casks prioe Saleratus, tbr
shle by GARLAND & ELWELL,
mea24 P 86 Buwly's whf.
-LMlYRN A FIGS--502drums Flesh, noN landing
s and lbrsale by J. CRUSBY,
ma 24 No. 40 S. Charles st.
tL/ELATUS--u c.,su,, prit. ,i,.i, [or
saleoy JOHN P. ADAMS,
ma 24 7 Bowly's whf
S UGAR H-OUSE MoLANNES-40 hhds. su-
perior Sugar House Molasses, fbr sale by
ma 24 JOHN P. AI)AMS, 7 Bowly's whf.
O TONS JUN.IATA BLOOM IROIN, lor
13 sale by SELLMAN &. 'k(i1'6,
ma 24 coinier South s. I'.a- 1:.
,h 1h BBLS.6T'IH PROOF WHISKEt.it or
4 sale by KERNAN & STILINGER,
ma 24 17 Spear's whf.
GO BI BUNDLES STSEL-"Haseiclever Fa-
CPOL other and Son,"just received and for sale by
ma 24 F.W. BRUNE& SON.
B OOTS AND SHOES-180 cases BOOS and
SHOES, just received and tor sale by
PENDEXTER & ALDEN,
ma 24 d4t P 248_ B_!altimore st.
B RAN DY-Cogna oc Iai.ly, I,1 htpipes and qr
asks, domestic Brandy. in half pipes and bbls.
forsaleby GARLAND & ELWELL.
me24 P 86 Bowly's whf.
REAM TARTAK-3 casks Cream TAR-
TAR, for sale by
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
ma 24 d6t Extchanae Place.
( O A. SAL''.-800 sacks Liverpool G. Alum
S SALT, in bleached sacks of large size, bfor
sale to arrive by J. J. CORNER & BRO.
ma 24 d4t P
M ANNA & GUM ARABIC-3 cases liianna,
small; 1 bbl. Gum Arabic; received this day
and for sale by THOS. B.ADAIR,
ma 24 Commerce st.
N E. HUM-50 bb'.. isot, i taRm, lI.,'..n.I
Store sale by
WITHINGTON &EASTMAN,
ma 24 85 Bowly's whf.
JEW ORLEANS SUGAR-100 hhds. New
t Orleans SUGAR, (or sale by
J. M. SLAUGHTER.
ma24 Bowly's wharf.
p LASTER-8O tons Plaster, on board schr. Fran-
cis Hallett, for sale by
THOMAS PIERCE,
ma 24 No. 6 Bowly's whf.
11I0 COFFEE-648 bags Rio COFFIE, part
&.superior, received per brig Fabius. For sale ty
JAMES HOOPER & SONS,
ma 24 d(4t No 16 Light t. wthart.
-Tt STKi itN BACON --.,i i.a..a,.l. h .g .uhi..
will be sold low to close.
C. D. HINKS &CO.
ma 24 3 Spear's whf.
-HiAD-200 bbls. N. C. Trimmed SHAD, landing
and inspecting this morning, antd orsale by
THOSE. WILSON & CO.
"ma24 48 Shutlh Gay Ft.
T, DOMINGO LOGWOO --20 to 24 T.aos,
S afloat bright and of good size. deliverable at the
Point if wished, for sale by Z. H. COOCH,
ma 24 eo4t Wood st, Bowly's wtif.
^HERRV WINE -82 casks sup'r. pale Sherry
C WINE, "Hortez" rad.- F..r sale hb
LAh M BERT GITTINGS,
ma 24 d6th Exchange Place.
IHEETH' LEAD-in rolls ul about 300 oIns. ecU,
Standing and for sale by
SUMNER, ROBIN'd ,\N & CO.
ma 24 15 Bowly's whf.
W ENTJ' MALAGA WIN E-47 quarter casks
S Sweet Malaga WINE. Huerlin's brand, for sale
by LAMBERT GITTINGS,
ma24 d4t Exchange Place.
STORAGE-Will be tiken on a lower floor, if
applied for immediately, situation convenient.
C.D. HINKS &CO.
ma 24 3 Speai's wharf.
1 OO 1)RIED VENISON IHAMS-400bus.
Dried PEA Cl-i I't.or sale by
DRAKELY & FENTON,
ma24 1w 282 Baltimore st.
R IO COIFFPEE-780 bags RIO (I itfl t-.,i. ,.
G een anl strong scented; landing fiora brig Fa-
bins and tor sale by
mc 22 d BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE.
RIO COFFEE.-1225 bags Gleen Rio COFFEE
part oR superior quality-landing from the brig
Tweed and for sale by J. J. CORNER & BRO,
ma 22 P d4t
UN LAP'S VEGETABLE BLACKI G.
50 gross of the above named celebrated Black
ing, just received and bur sale by
JOnEPH BOURY,
ma 21 dim No. 164 Ba!to. st.
F FAMILY HERRINGS.--20O bis. HER-
RINGS, carefully selected and put up in tight
barrels expressly for family use, a superior article-
for sale by SELLMAN & CROOK,
ma 24 corner Sarith and Prati sts.
l HIT'E WHEAT FAMILY FLOUR,
made of best Maryland White Wheat, and
warranted to please, for sale by
JACOB P. MILLER,
ma 25 4t 12 Spear's wharf.
SPRIlNQ CRAVATS.-New Styleol Spring
( Cravats, entire new patterns, also very heavy
Silk Gloves and Linen Cambric Hadkfs. Just re-
ceived and for sale low at CAIRTER'S, No. 173 Balti-
more street, 5 doors west ot Charltet st. rn- 20
OLTING CLO'HrOS.-Genuune Dutt volt-
liag Cloths ot Iie approved brands ot "Haerlem
Arms'" Paradise Bird" and "Leon"--For sale by'
LAMBERT & GITTINGS,


ma 22 d6t Exchange Place.
Hn AV UN-I% EGi ART-A.s in -.p.r Ila ni
SEGARS, of various brands and i-',i31,1t ueni.
tied to debenture, tor sale by
LAMBERT FITTINGS,
ma 22 (l6t Exctlarge PlAce.
RICH SHAWLS AND SCAtt'S.
B TOLDRIDUL has rectved another in-
Svoice of those be.ailtiful CHINA AND NETT
SHAWLS AND SCARFS, whici will be sold30 per
cent, lower than asy heietosore imported this season
ma 20 123 BA.IIMIPRE STREET.
uLTuI I CLN TIt As I I_,ml I ..L .m % 'aS -.,
A FRESH SUPPLY of Genuine ANCHOR
BOL'i'ING CLOTHS, for sale to dealers or
Miler on, tIre ino-l liberal terms. Also-COLOGNE
M ILL S ill N E, ol the various sizes.
J kMES CHESTON & SON,
je 22 d? Commerce street whirf.
SONDON EAST INDIA VALE ALE-The
S subscriber has on hand a supply of Hodgson's
celebrated Pale Ale in pints and quarts in pinime or-
der. This article is brewed expressly for the East In-
dia market and well adapted tlor warm climates.
mea 22 P D. McilLVA IN, 38 S. Chas .st
,L LIVEL- )i> IN I Ali'ktl DA I -.,h. i.s.
Ut o ned.illl WIHI fE L1 'Cl:. A...,. -
We invite families who are particular in th:sis kIater
to give usa call g ..,l ,nt tIeir summer supplies .
MElIX'I:L & STONEBRAKER,
C' ('orr.-r of Pratt and Howard st.
On hand, white strni' FLOUR, suitable f rtam-
ily bread bakers, and tldi use our utmost efforts to
keep a supply. rna20
HAMPAGNi BKRANDY, over30iyeais old
COGNAC do. 1805,
OTARD do.
Pure PLACH do.
Superior OLD SPIRITS;
High flavored JAMAICA do;
Old Highland SCOTCH WHISKEY, and
MONONGAHELA do.
Constantly on hand and for sale by
G. M. HUTTON,
mh 19 24 Balto. at.
RICH TOILET SETS.
E M. KERR & CO., have just received among
* other fancy articles of French China, rich
painted flowered and gold Toilet Sets, 15 pieces.-
Also new style Green Line, French China Dinnter
Sets of latent patterns end hipem--ihi.; tidcle will
be found worthy the attentll-rn If pesorni going to
House Keeping. A complete and general assortment
of all kind of China, Glass, &c. suitable for families,
taerchanls. &c., always on hand and for sale cheap on
accommodating terms at CHINA HALL,
103 Baltimore street,
ma S Sign "Octagon Pitcher."


IOi HATITERS-Ju-i r.civ-,I a ire-hainir
la, dige supply ol RiS.a Fur, whinc we ullci lU
sale. CHARLES WILL & DICKEY,
7 Hanover street, few doors
sia 12 !4t Baltimore st.
B llITTANIA WARE.-100 packages Britan-
ia Tea and Coffee POt'S; LAMPS; Tumblers;
Spittoons; Castors &c.-For sale by
A R BICKNER,
mnh 23 20 German street.
JKAZIL SUGAR-
500 bags Pernambuco White SUGAR, part su-
300 bbls. 5 perior qual.
For sale by EDWIN ROBINSON,
ina 14 P 12 Conmmerce st.
BOLTING CLOTH-A complete assortment
ot genuine Anchor brand Bolting CLOTH,wai-
ianted to bolt freely, or sale at reduced prices, by
C.W.KARTHAUS,
ma 11 9 CommeiCe street,
F AMILI FLO UAi-'Landeb'celebrated brand,
a small lot; in all cases taken back, free oel
charge if it tails to please. We have never yet had oc-
casion to exchange a bdirel of it.
C. D. THINKS & CO.
ma 24 3 Spear's whf.
S iEESE-20 boxes, containing 2 Cheese each,
ot very superior quality, equal to English, and a-
bout one third of the price; for sale low to close sales
by THOS. B. ADAIR.
ma 24 4t Commerce st.
HOT AND BAR LEAD-A large quantity
e o shot, comprising all sizes, and 30 kegs Bar
Lead, Ior sale at Tower prices, by
SUMNER, IOBINSON CO.
ma 24 15 Bowly's whf.
A LOIN EIL PLASTER-i00tobbls. Calcined
SPLASTER, ofthe :same kind used in N. Yoik
and Philadelphia, lor sale by
THUS. R. MATTHEWS,
ma 24 10 Bowly's whf.
AEW JEWELER AND WATCHES.
R & LA. CAMPBELL, No. 155 Baltimore
street, have received by recentarrivals, a com-
pleteassortment ofJEWELERV and WATCHES.
which they will sell much below former prices.
ma 12
FAMlILY FLOUK-Barnes&Son,Welstn, Ait
S Mill, Wirgmau, Walter, all otwhictn we recom-
mend and warrant.
ALSO-100 bhls extra super, for retail
25 Fine C.D. HINKS& CO.
ma 24 3 Spaar's whf.
LAI K lk OL. i7; i -11" i 4 **"i i.i.i I !i.d
B GIN, lack Hroise brand, from W. Paula IS on
Rotterdam, direct importation. For sale on liberal
credit by their only asent
GRANVILLE S. OLDFIELD,
ma 24 d4t Lombard street.
AB CON, IoLES AND LAURD-
500,0)0o Ibs. Prime Wagon Bacon, Hog Round
3000 lbs. JOLES
50 kegs No. i LARD. For sale by
DRAKEIY & FENTON,
ma 24 d(t 282 Baltinoie street.
ALM Il h A'l --31 casa menl's anid boy's white
and variegated PALM HATS, rdilinm and fine
qulalities. ALo loodozen PALM HOODS, just re-
ceived and for sale by
PENDEXTER & ALDEN,
ma 24 d5t P 2841 Baltimore st.
O'FEVE, &c.-2 bags Rio COFFEE
3 do ALSP1CE
60 boxes 8-10 Window GLASS
5 kegs LA RD. Sold low to close sales
by THUS. R. MATTHEWS,
ma 24 d4t P 10 Bowiy's whf.
CI 1SOF IRISH ELOQUENCE, WIT .
ANECDOTIE, by James roban. ol the Wash-
ington Bar; just published and for sale by
JOHN MURPHY,
146 Baltimore street.
SSubscribers will have the kindness to call lor their
copies. dlweo2w ,ina 3
OR K, &Oc-27 barrels Mes PORK
18 do Prime do
55 boxes No I SOAP
50 ito Mould Candles. assorted
sizes, for sale hy THOS. R. MAT rHEWS,
ma 24 d4t P It 10Bowlt'si whf.
I BOXES MANUF'ACI'URiDA j O-
o BA(;CO, landingex steamboat Columbus
34 boxes 12's luup-"Ro-s"
31 dio It. lump-"Neal"
10 do 5's lump-"Mackenzie For sale by
CHARLES D.@DEFORD & CO.
mra 24 63 Smith's whf.
FLOUR ,&SPI(1TS.-
S50 bbls. Overholi & Son's Extra Family FLOUR,
15 do. A.Uverloltsk.&ooSthproof Re Spitits
5 do. do. 41h do. do. do.
100 do. J. Barnes & Son family and Extra Flour.
For sile by DAAKELY & FENTON,
ma 24 Iw 282 Baltimire street.
.'i ItLANj BitIaDt'li E,, '1"s -l u., .
now manufacturing and r 'it i. Jaily, every
description ol tihe RUTLANID Li. il' BONNET,
superior in style and finish to any ever offered in this
city. Also, Flrtnc. 7 indl II Biaid BONNETS,
very loev. S. & 1. .1 I %. 'iD. 187 Baltimore it.
ma 4 jrltl5tpJ near tlanovpr, up stairs
tJL I i.M qL .1 i KliS.-Just received a trleA
S supply of PLAYING CARDS, fiom the laceo-
ries of 'T'tos. Creoore & L. J. Cohen, viz:-
EAGLES, ) Which will be sold hvy the
HARRY, VIII, gro.< or dozen, to suit pur-
DECATUR, chaiseis by
HIGHLANDERS. JOSEPH lBOURY,
ma 21 d _______ No. 161 Baltinnoie st.
^tIUPER1OR FiAMILY FOUR of approved
Brand; Oveiholt and Sander's celebrated brand,
,itl be delivered lien ol charge and warranted to
please.
6000 Ibs. Baltimore cured BACON, hog round
3000 Ibs. Western do do
Dried BEEF aindt Beef TONGUES
50 kegi No. 1 Western LARD
ma 12 PE'ER ZFI.L,_
l- < l 1M \<. I. 1- . C NAC BRANDY, cargo of the brig "Autoc.ne"
from Rochelle.
500 bls. anuid qr. casks PELLEVOISIN Brand, of
highly flavnured 4th Proof Chaimnpagie. Cogiac andi
Rochelle Brandy, Vintage's 1825 a 1836. In Store
and for sale on liberal credit by
GRANVILLE S. OLDFIELD,
ma 24 d4t Lombard stiept.
R t itIAN UEMcENT--Itgtily recomineitrrti or
its durability in the construction o( Canal Locks
-Slone Wharves, Cisterns, anti foundation Walls of
f)wellings and Warehouses. effectually I r.'.-,ltr .,
Water or dato' i.-.- t ,a'.c. l't been i. ,. *ull;,
used on the ( ir, oi..,l.- ahi i 'ti, Canal-and in the
Public Buildings at Washington. A further supply is
received and Ior sale by
ina 18 WM. H. BEATTVY CO.
^ '.* t~i t.E P L 1 \ E & 1 1 .i It t n .
n' E u-iiderignedl Iasjul received by ship Gu'-
UB try, from Bremen, a large assortment ot hite
ZEPtt YR WORSTED PATTERNS for embroider-
og; -Silk, Liten and Cotton CANVASS, which he
oilers for sale on accommoiiating terms.
G. H. MITTINACHT,
No. 58 Lexiiiglon street, 5th door above
ma 19 8t Howard street.
B 0 DIOZ. assorted Cordial, surersor to any
JL xJ O\ imported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Kemnme
5 do Win~e Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup and alse a great as-
sortment of Liquors and Groceries for sale by
AMAND COURTOIS,
no 21 Second st.
,AiCON. LARD CHEESE, &c.-
U- ],.,i,, lbs. BACON, hog round
50,000 do do Shoulders and Hams
100 kegs LARD
50 casks CHEESE
1,500 Ibs. FEATHERS
300 boxes 'I IN
1,2011 Ibs GLUE
150 If. boxes GLASS-For sale by
JOSEPH TAYLOR 5i SON,
ma 21 dlw Co'n-r ot Eutaw & German "as.
BALTIMORE FINE AND FANCY SOAP
MAN UFACTORY.
No. 14 Pleasant irc,.r'. between ttolliday and North,
FIIANCIS 111 Dl: & SONS have always on
hanrt and fr sale-
DIP'D) CANDLES, all sizes


White Variegated and Palm SOAP, in boxes
Do do do. in lb & i lb lumps
Shipping and itailr.i.: OA .P, a-P..
Fancy SOAPS, .I t. ,'i pi,.,.i ,.
oc I ditf
F INE GROCERIES.-
Top St. Croix, P. R. andt N. 0. SUGARS
Old GuvernmentJava COFFFEE
Fresh Green anl Black TEAS
Do Salad OIL
OLIVES and CAPERS
Choice Havana and Principe CIGARS
Extra fine ri, Air..; TOBACCO
SPICES, t.,c .: For sale by
BLISS & CALWELL,
ma 7 No. 254k Biltimore et.
BLACK TAFFETA RIBBONS, GAL-
D LOONS, &c.-
I case blk 'l'aitfelta Ribbons, No. 2,3, 4,6,9, 12,16
1 GAILLOtONS
1 bILKCRAVATS
1 col'd borders
1 Linen Pocket Hdkfs
I Bleacli'd Rt)LLS
5 Ticklenbergs
5 9 Sail Dqck
10 bales Burlaps, in bales of assorted Nos.
Cotton HOSIERY, a full assortment. Just re-
ceived and for sale by ALBERS & CO.
ma 13 d8leod8t No. 2 German street.
POltRK, BIEE', LARD AND BACON.
F SS, No. I and P'ime PORKt1
BElF, best quality for stores I Of our own
LARD in small kegs Rpackingand cu-
BACON,assorted ring, and ot
HAMS in bags I prime quality.
Smoked BEEF and Tongues J
ALSO ON CN'1 INN' ENT.
Mess No. I and P.wi.' 'I'llkK
LARD in bbls. hit bbls. and kegs
And several lots BACON a-sorted, for sale by
ISAAC REYNOLDS & SONS,
Lombard between Charles and Light sts.
ma 18 d8t P
EW HARDWARE ESTABLISHMElNT.-
. Thi ,.,5 .lr-i.p-. l l. ri ;r. .e,,i r i lt, C- P \ i; r-
NKKlSHII' in1 r, e IH % ilW \!il 1;l_'b] N -.'-..wrnul.I
most respectfully solicit the patronage of the public;
and being desirous to accommodate all, they have laid
in an extensive assortment. Itis their full intention
to have always on hand, articles of the best quality
antd in the best order. Nails of all kinds and sizes
will be constantly kept on hand, as they have made
arrangements with some of the best houses for a
continual supply. Country merchants would do well
to step: in as every .reasonable inducement will be
offered towards their ,,cc,.m.I,,trio.
S\MUEL MASS,
BENJ. F. ZIMMERMAN.
mh30 d2m No.21 Franklin street.


of almost eve y color and qualiy, winch togtier with
a carefully andt fresh selected stock of DRY GaUODS,
'vill be so'd at prices that cannot fail te give satis-
faction, it beuig the determination ot the subscriber
to offer his entire stock at prices cerrespomiing to the
times. IDW. J. RICHAIRDSON,
mua 24 No. 39, coroer Baltimore and G;y st.
COFFEE, III DES,T'OiACCO. IMAIIOGA-
NY AND LOGWOOD.
690 0 GS NEW CROP COFFEE-
6 W Represented tiandsome
250 HIDES
12 seroons TOBACCO
5i logs MAHOGANY
20 ton; LOG WOOD.
Cargo ot schr. Salem, Capt. Mallows, from Cape
Haytien, to be landed tils morning, and f.,r sale by
Z.H. OOCH,
ma 22 eolf Wood st., Bnowly's wharf.
SIK .41. L-SI tN N.1 FRENCH BURR MILL
l NI. \1I.\NUFACTORY.
r H E su ,t-criber :-.i-t:t.,.'i announces to the
U citizens of Maryland, Viaginia andl all olher
States -.,-.aiti t ihit ie is now prepared to furnish
every a 1 ,-11 i. ,. above named article cheaper than
they can be Ihad at any other establishment in the
United States, and that all water transportation will he
at his risk, and all woik warranted and sent to order
to any p.'rt of the Counnty, and lerms of payment
made to suit any purchaser that may see proper to
favo r him with their patronage. And also at his es-
tablishmeunt lie will keep orn lIand a large supply o
Anchor Brand BOLTING CLOtTHS of a superior
quality, an improved article, warranted to be thIe per-
feet square meshed Cloth, and that lie will furnish the
article twenty per cent less than they can be had at
any establishment eitherin Baltimre or Philadelphia,
as he is connected with an importer, who imports di-
rect from Holiand, which gives him this advantage.
This article is warranted also to be of thc right ium-
bers and proper lineness, and equal to any Cloth now
in use.
The subscriber will be found at all times at his
Mill Stone Mianufactory, in Harford County Md., 7
miles above Havre de Grace on the Tide 'A after Ca-
nal, where all orlers addlres-ed to him, Rock Run P.
0. Harford County MId. will be thankfully received
and promptly attended to by
ALEXANDER W. BARR.
REFERENCES.
Isaac G. Reynolds, (Practical Millwright) Por
Deposit, Md.
B. S. Woolverton, Danville, Pa. de 18
T O DRA LE.,S IN FANCY SOiP ANU
PERFUMERIES-Just received from N. York
alot of Ga .m.:,V,', Washington SHAVING CREAM
which i" al-r-il at prices worthy the attention of dea-
lers in this line, warranted superior to any other in
the United States Ior Shaving. Please call and ex-
amine before purchasing elsewhere; sold at manufac-
turers prices, if applied for immediately, by
JOS. HANKEY,
ap 22 corner Pratt st. and Spear's wharf.


If IIlt.\ IIl0 111%,6 000.
JOSHUA RO1101'ION I .,,y C-,vi,'ng ,ot..
auction and first hands, a choice assortment of
fresh SPRING DRY GOODS, such as fine French
Mouslin de-Laines, plain do. all wool; rich fig'd and
plain SILKS, lor ladies' dresses; blue black Gro-de-
Rhine and Gro.de-Swisse; wide and narrow handsome
Chintz CALICOES; Fieuch and English Rich Fur-
niture Calicoes and Furniture DIMITIES; 10and
12-4 Linen SHEETINt,; DIAPERS and Napkins,
uncommonly cheap; Irish LINENS; a large assort.
ment, flomr 20 cts. to $ 1 per yard; Sumimrer CLOITHS;
Drilling arid Cantoons for gentlemen's wear,
with a large acsortiment of superfine Cloths and Cas-
simeares, all (f which will he sold very low, for cash
to punctual customers.
JOSHUA ROYSTON,
No. 57. Baltimore street,
ma 22 1 door above Trppolett's alley.
FK-tSH DIESIRABLEJ RY GOODS.
IFIHE subscribers are daily receiving from auction
I and other sourcts, clhoic additions to their pre-
sent desirable stock, which they offer wholesale and
retail, consistinig in part-
Sup'r. bl'kand blue bl'K BOMBAZINES
a.. ."' POULFDESOI
Col'd. do do
Fancy Shawls and HDKFS.
Fillet arnd Kid GLOVES
Lisle and Thread do
Thread Lace and EDGINGS
Worked Muslin Iirsertine an I EDGING
Barkle;s best solft finish Irish LI N EN
Long lawn iand Linen CAMBRIC
Linen Cambric Hdkts. Hemstitched and plain
Bird Eve and Russia Diaper
Damask Napkins and Table CLOTHS
Bro. French Linen ant Drilling
Sup's. white, plain anti striped do
Striped Gambroon and Summer CLO i H
White andl bi'kColton HOSE
Extra English do
Mfins and Womens Silk do
Drab, bl'K and blue Italian SEWINGS
Best ChantilA L,,ce VEILS
Parasols and Umbrellas, well a-sorted
With a larz.i assortment ot blea & bro. Muslins,
'Checks, nip.j1 andt Plain Dnoinesrics. &c.
WEIHERAL & HOFFMAN,
ma ?1 2151; Pjltn hote-eeo Libeuty & Sharp.
PFitIg I .A'%% N--$ i1%'i.LIN_#'LAIlNES &c
O N hand beautiful new style Paris Lawns; plain
an) printed Mouslin D'Lrires new styles; bhick,
blue black andi Srcom Il Mourning do do.; black, blue
black and svtiht .re ,rud fizr,'et Silk ; black aid blue
hIack Gro .' ",'i i .; l..ii Lutestrmine; iEoalish and
French Chintz; Calicoes nn great variety; plain, platid
and striped Gir ghams; Cahblric MNuslhns; Bishop
Lawns; P'latid Jaconets; planit), figured and dotted
Swiss luslin; 'Thibet Gauze Flannels; Bllack Lace
Veils; figure! Silk Shawls; black net Gloves; lighl
Kid to.; Linen Cambric Hlikfs ironm a5 to 75 cts ; Lin-
en Cambrics; plaint and ibbed Eaglish Silk Hose; blk
white, slate and mixt Cotton Hose, all prices from 12i
ets. utp. Also on hand a gotd a'-oI tnentofgentin-
rmens wear, such as U'I ths, Caqsimnrea.Silk and Sa-
tn Maiseilles Vesting; Ciape Face, Diagonal, Plain
,tnd Twilled Summe i Clotuhs; plain andt niibbed Gam-
broon, i ,:'ir ...... ribb, plain toj an,. whiteand fancy
Linen Ilm n.-. with a general a-soat.nent of Dry
Guods, wvtich we will sell by the piece or retail at the
very lowest market prices. Persons who wish tj
purchase will please call on
DO)RSEY NELSON,
No. 13 Balti:hore sAtet, 3d door
West of Maaker Space.
N. B. Just receivPd 1 case beautiflil new style
PRINTS, Chirntz patterns at the low price of 18 cts.,
cases 4-4 Long Cloths Muslin very fine, 121 cents.
ma 21
j OOK IIERE FOR CHEAP DRY GOOI)DS.-
S DRY GOODS r(t all descriptions, new and hand-
some, will be sold off, at 165 o.ti ...r- -i,-ri. three
doors from Charles, at such pri..- ,., ia i ,it .,1t l buy-
ers-SILKS, SATINS. MOUSLINS, CHALLYS,
LAWNS. Pointed MUSLINS, CAMBRICS, JA-
CONETS; handsome SHAWLS, SILK, CASH-
MERE, BERAGE, &c. at uncommonly low prices;
French, English. American 4-4 and 5 8 PRINTS.
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.-London TWEED,
GAMBROONS, Drillings,CASSIMERES, CLO1 HS
&c.
DOMESTIC GOODS ofall kinds, at the manufac-
tuiers prices, by the bale, case, piece, or yard. TIhe
whole of these Goods will be sold offas low as at any
other house in the city. Call and see.
B.H. RICHARDSON,
165 Baltimore street, 3d door below Charles st,
ma 8
I'lll 'iill .I McUOZSNELL, No. i65 Bo himore
slr'l. a., received from auction and the various
I mportig Houses, the toov, ingt Seasonable GOODS,
viz-Han some plaid SILKS; Rich fiiir'ored :; v-rv
superior POULT DE Sol; Italian I tL1'i I .',
lich painted LAWNS; plain, ribbed andl plaid DRIL-
LINGS: Brown Duck do, Brown French do; Brown
Fiench LINEN: twilled and plain Summtoert CLOI'H;
dark arlr, Ihti '; A l[iROONS; fine Elastic siniale
milled C" \'-J1 '.I ,1 fine Silk SERGE; line (' \- II-
MIFRIETT; Erglish SATIN; Marseilles and Fancy
VESTING; LI,en SHEETING; Marseiles Q tilts;
linen Camobric tiDKFS; plain and figuiedS'WISS
MUSLIN; Furniture DIMI I'Y; Cotlton and Silk HO-
SIlt;RY;UGum ElasticSUt PEN DERIS, Thbet Gauze
FLANNEL, withav vaiiely otiler GOODS-alloft
which will be o!d low.l ma 24
GREAT BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS.
STILL SELLING OFF.
YARD WIDE REAL FRENNII CHINTZ,
311 cts; yard wide painted LAWNS, 25 cts.
Extia hIeavy Bed Ti l. ;:. ia 20c., suchassold tor 31c.
MiOUSIAN lDE I .lL',Lt31',Jc,sItchas sollfor50
Gooi (.aCottion ,1 r 8 ct. i it air, wirt, 18c.
Colored Spool 16 i .'., 1 cti. doz. Spools
COTTON TAPES, 8 cents doz. pieces
C0 FTON HiSE and Half Hose, very cheap
Larae Silk SHAWLS, at $8, such as sold Ior $12
If; h it- iN., (by the piece) at a great sacrifice
Superior heavy Linen Drilliags, in great variety, and
cheap
SUNIMMER CLOTHS; GAMtBROONS
Good 1IISH LINEN, 23 tu 37 cdants
Thread LacPs and Edgings, at a very low price.
I'".- 'r,., with a large assortment ol GOODS, all of
%wl.cii till be sold at very reduced prices.
B. C. WRIGHT,
ma.24 No. 151 Baltimore street.
A CAtD TO C.-', I I. i. N.
SUMMreR AVEAR.
10OBERT HILL & CO., No. 73 Baltimore
S street, have iust received the lollowang desirable
GOODS, which they offer on pleasing lerms:
Super plain and iTwiied iSummer CLO1THS
( Crape Faced do do
Platn ana Ribbed GAMBROON
and Fancy Cassimeres (single milled)
a" TWEEDS
Prince Alberts
Blue, BI'k, Brniwn and Gieen CASHMERETS
Bt'i BOMBAZINES, fo- Summer Coats
White and Blown Duck DRILLING
French do
White Russia DRILLING (very heavy)
' Whitn Butff nd Coloredf Marseilles Vesting
Real American NANKEEN
French and Germau UIN ENS (superfine)
Barklae's Sort finished I1NENS, tor Shurting,
at 20 per cent b low tormner prices.
ALSO-BI'k anu Btue BI'k CLOTHS aol CAS
SIMERES ol the very best manutic'cure, and fitrest
quality. Those in walt u Ilro well to catl and exa-
tmine our stock before tuOcha iig, as we can assure
them it will vye with any it tihe city.
RO)BERT HIll, & CO.
No. 73 Bltieiore street,
ma 2S nearly oppouile Hollhday at.
SILK AND COI'froa HOiERy.
T H UN DERSIGNED has iust received arid
offers ar sale a large adl well selected assort-
ment ul SILK AND COTTON HOSIERY, com-
prising almost every variety, to which he r spectlfully
calls the immediate t lelntis-n oh all those wis-hing to
purchase, assuring uhem they will be sold as low as
can be purchased in the city. The assoitment con-
si-ts in paut only of-
Ladies' superior plain black English Silk HOSE
" '" wit)e "t
black I wbite China Silk Knots
Hosle, plain amid
ribbed
". Extra heavy English white Cotton Hose
black Mnoravian "
superior unbleached Cotton, p tom aurd silk
clock'd
blue and grey mixt COTtON, together
with a beautiful aisorinment or
CHILDREN'S HOSIERY


Spanish, Kiteioot, Canister, Common, and Stems.
(0-A liberal discount matte to Wholesale Dealers.
PETER LORILLARD, Jr.
42 Chatham-Street,
nih 25 2aw2m New-York.
DISSOLUTION.
T ^HE partnership heretofore existing between the
J subscribers under the firmi of DENSON &
GRIESTE, was dissolved on the 17th inst by mutual
consent. All persons having claims against the tirm,
will please present then t, Mo,;es Gri ste or pay-
ment and those indtrbted will make payment to the
same, who is authorized to settle the concern.
ISAACM DENSON,
MOSES GRIESTE.
MoFes Grieste tenders his acknnA ledgmeLts to the
public lor the pationage he has rec'd in tte old firui,
and informns his friends and ceslomers that lie conti-
rues tbeGrocerv and Commission business in the :Id
sand, No. 21 Light st wiharf. oma 20 eo4*
II 15' .. i '. I* ... 1 A .1 M AI 'P .Ui _N E.
' lI IH t who intend io procure ReapineN Machines
.. i ,. comitig harvest are respectfully remitd-
ed that early application should be made to me to
p.-event disappointment. The following certificate
will rider Itrthir sen.arks by me unnecessary.
Baltimtore May 15, 1841. (OBED. HUSSEY.
I hereby eritity, I hdve used Mr. Husiey's Wheat
CUTTER for the last two year ; have cut over more
than two hundre r acres ot wheat and oats each year;
that its operation h Is perfectly satisfied me. I be-
lieve I have savtd mor,- th.1n the cost of lthe machine
each year. Witti proper attention 1 d, not believe
a bushel of wheat would be lost in cutting over a thou-
sand acres. WM. H. DE COURCY.
Wye Mills, May 7th,. 1841. 4eo?"
REMOVAL.
THE SUBSCRIBERS having removed from
Liberty Street to No. 150 Baltimore street, op-
posite Light Street, offer for sale on accommodating
terms,
35 casks Sal Soda
160 barrels superior German Black Lead
10 casks Powdered Turmeric
8 White Mustard Seed
15 Seroons Cochineal
1 case Fresh Vanilla Beans
30 casks Potatoe Starch
500 lbs. Powered Jalap
250 oz. Otto of Rose
25 barrels Powdered Manganese
12 Casks Sugar of Lead
Besides a general assortment of Drugs, Chemi-
cals, Paints, Dye Stuffs, &c.
Also, of direct importations:
90 cases Hock Wine ofsuperior quality, dlfferen
brands, vintage 1834, warranted PURE
8 cases Tokay Cabinet Wines from Prince Ell-
6 Eslauer terhazey.
For sale by G. & N. POPPLEIN.
se 10 eo


J 1 S I El--'-.], hi,' r'rN-e1 pem lie armved' itMnI
Europe, and has constantly on hand for sale low,
on accommodating terms, the following articles-
such as Gentlemen's super Fowling Pieces and
DUCK GUNS, Double and Single barrel; Youths
do do, Brass, Steel and Damascus Barrel PISTOLS;
a very lull assortment Dixon's, Yates andti other kinds
of GERMAN SILVER WARE, such as Spoons,
Forks, Sugar Tongs, Soup Ladles, Fish KniveKPock-
et Combs, Rogers, Stenton's, Anderson's CUTLERY
Gillott's, Perry's, Windle's, Warin's, Attwood's,
Mitchell's, Chance's, Harwood's. Mosley's, Heely's,
and Dannis's STEEL I'EN.--o:o.-it-, r with a large
and complete assortment -I -l.: LL'I.> L and FANCY
STATIONARY, with other articles, too numerous to
mention. Country merchants would do well to call and
examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
oc 24
A O4t0l0 R % VEWARD.-The store of the sub-
0J [yV sciihers was ent-ered through the trap
daor on the roof on Sundiy morning, 9't inst., their
vau Ills broken open aod these following money stolen
near as can be recollected:
One half (% a $50 U.S. Bank note
The right halves of 3 one hidred dollar South Ca-
rolina Biank notes, payable at Charleston, thought to
be ou the R. R. Bank
About $100 in B. & 0. R. R. orders
$200 ia Virginia Bank notes
One $20 Delaware note
One $5 new style Phila. note
One Gold Eagle
About $20 in specie change, and some $200 in va-
rious Counterlbeit Bank notes
,also out of another vault;
100 .- r,.;.,.
40 1. I ..i lr
891 ... 'l- Quarters
$132 50-100 in other Gold.
For the arrest and conviction of the thieves and
recovery ot the money the above reward will be gi-
ven. THOMAS & CO.
i10 1 P 0 No 196 Baltitmore st.
CARD -
G1ARDINER'S PAIENTFEATHER DRES-
.SER, being refitted, is now in successful opera-
tion. Thie great utility o this machine has been too
well estanlihted, to require any puff in the way of tie-
comutendation; as legrds the pieservaition of health,
as well as leathers. All riders in tle line promptly
attended to, anid the beds returned thie same Jay at
sotall expenite by F. i. \ illWNEli, corner Frederick
and Second sts. '. mh 19
tit I S N GILL,-DENTIST,
N. WV. Corner of Hanover and Lombard st. Baltimore.
P ESI S.C'TFULLY inform i friends and the
t public that he will be hanpy to wait on them at
all I.ours of Ihe day to perform all the various opera-
tions appertaining I.' 1r -1 I -,jIrg-, .
1h.I-. rI t- IkL-N L L'.
Richard Sextin, M1. D.
It. McManus, M. D.
Jottn Chapman, M. D.
Richard H Thiomas, M D. ma 21
CUeiL'Ii AND LEUHCIrIIt,
ILLIAM F. GILL announces to the Med-
ical Facuity and the public geneieally, that he
has just nc ived a large supply of EUROPEAN
LEECHES. All orders lur Cupping and Leeching
tliankliully reo,ived andl promptly patented to, day
andi nili!-Oflfice N. W. corner Hanover and Lom-
bardi sheets, Baltimore.
N. B. (Ciupping and Leeching by B. Gill and Mrs.
Gill, as usual. i ma 21
t iB i- --T--)1t'FrHCHGARLES ST.,
*ie has in store and ffirs lor sale-
BUNCH RAI1INS-170O boxes whole
700 do half
KEG RAISINS-50 kes. d-e,,a'zel un
LEMONS-800 boxes I.n- i I-:-iLa
PALM NUTS-100 bags Fresh
FIlBERRTS- 8 bags
WALNUTS- 35 to
GROUN I) NU 'S-30 bags African
PRUNES-40 cases in glass Jars
20 do in wood boxes
CLARET WINE-50 cases
MADEIRA do-5 cases
CHAMSP 'IGNE do-20 baskets
MALAGA do-100 qr. casks Sweet and Dry
PICKL.ES-20 cases a-sorted
SUGA R-30 boxes Philadelphia Lump
CURRANTS--30 barrels Zante
SUMAC-20b lags Sicily
SEGA RS-300 b.-xes aasortad brands
CARRAWAY SEED-10 barrels
PALM HATS Is HOODS-l00 dozen
Al.LECANTE MATS-200 do
LIQUORICE PASTE-10 cases
MACA liON 1-100 cases
Winter and Summner OIL-10 bb't. ard hhds.
OIL LEMON & I ilURG AMOT-5 cases
MOLASSES-5 tilida. Phila. Sugar House.
mna 22 P
i^,i I- ~',i .*'l' .~t i;TL'-ii ii I.< i *,
C OTTON N, \RN--
4 0 (0 0 0 J b s Y e,'r a N o 5 t o 1 2 a e s t r F .
2, do to 2 Manchester Fac.
15,ioo0 to tolt Wilmiogton Del,
ool0 rdo '' 14ot20.V
2,000 Wrppirn IThread
20 bales Cotion Batting
5,0001 bs Fancy Carpet Chain
1000 White do
20001 Bleach-d CoverlItt Yarn
1000 Unbleached do
1000 Seine Twine No. 4 & 5
Satinelt Warps on Beams
Fancy Block and other Carpeting
The above named Goods are now in storemerchants
will do well to call previous to pinchasing as every
article will be sold at the very lowest manufacturing
prices. E.F. BRADY,
corner of Baltimore arid Hanover sts.
ma 19 3m Up Stairs.

FACTORY,
NO 8 PRATT ST. HEAD OF THE BASIN, AND
OPPOSITE BALTIMORE &I OHIO RAIL ROAD
DEPOT.
r-'.IIII SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform
(heir cusottoies anti public generally that they
still conltime to manufacture and have on hand a
laree and gneralassortment of Tobacco, Stuff and
Seg mrs, riz,-
400 whole and half boxes Sweet Cavendish Tobac-
co, extra fine quality
100 boxes 2nd da
300 200 do I and 1 I h .11. SpaH do do
50,000 Principe l : -, i h'
40,000 Haiv aa do
4!),000 dto Large size do
200,000 H-alt Spanish do ,
100,000 Country and Common do
70 bbls Scotch SNUIFF
10,) dozen 5 La. bottles do
Smoking 'I OBACCO, in bbls and boxes
New York fine cut Chewing TOBACCO.
A. & J. In' I.N IS BROTHER.
ma 10 2awlm P'l.I _____
BE.VAImE:OF DECEPTION.
IT has tiequefitly come to the knowledge of the
subscribrrttlat mnty SnuelJars, wilt his Label on
them, have been bought up. lor the purpose ol selling
in them an interior quality Snufb; and, also, that his
Snuff-lbels have in some instances been countereit-
ed, or tlIe general des gn 01 the same so imitated as to
easily deceive Ihe unwary; Ihe deems it, tlherelore, his
dtuty to inform pmrchasers of the manner in which tey
are olten Imreposed upon; and ite would hereby request
them lo tear ofl or device the Labels i*n the-ottsitie of
the Jars, aiter having thdposed 01 the contents, so as to
prevent Iurthier use oit the same.
A suitable reward will be paid fIr such evidence as
will lead to the detection and conviction o1 the i'-
poaters.
Thie subscriber continues to manufacture, and offers
for sale, the following articles:-
FINE BROWN SNUFF.
Genuine AVlaccoboy, .rose American Rappee,
Initatatioi do Sfiav'd. Holland do
Sicily, do 'Tubrmose,
Maltese, (do St. Omner,
Cuiacoa, do Stra'burg.
COARSE BROWN SNUFF.
Demigros, Natchilonhes,
Pure Vitrginia, French Rappee,
Bourbon, American Gentleman,
St. Dominmgo, Pure Spanish,
Copenhagen, supnr flav'd. L. Mixture.
YELLOW SNUFF.
Scotch ) luish Blackguard o
anrishne or >Coarse
I =,, I...rr Irish High Toast,}
S,. ,..t>..ted Fine-Cut CHEWING TI.OBACCt)
ORONOKO do do
FINE-CUT SU1OKING TOBACCO.


Dr. C. Humphireys, )of Somerset, Co.
Isaac D. Jones,
Hon. S. Hillen,
P. Poultney,
Drs. Orrick and Risteau, of Baltimore County.
Hon H. Ely, and o alore County.
M. Duvall,
N. R. Smith, Professor of Surgery in the University
otf Mld.
fe 15 2a"? PRSeo3t
STONE WARE.
T HE SUBSCRIBERS have on hand and in-
tend I. ..-iwi. i large and general assortment ol
very superi.-i I|'NE WARE, which they offer fbor
sale at reduced prices. Country Merchants and others
would do well to call as they no doubt would be pleas-
ed with both the goods and terms.
They have also on hand a lew of BROTHER-
TON'S PERCOLATING FILTERERS, the best
article ever invented tor the puriticatin not water, as
it cleanses it from all extraneous matter,and by its op-
eration renders the most turbid as clear and pelucid as
spring water.
nt-Orders are delivered in all parts of the city, free
of expense. BROTHERTON & MORTON,
jy 24 dtf Pitt street Uadjoining Hartord Run.
AMERICAN CK1-01ENT.
N OTICE.-The subscribers respectfully inform
the public that they have succeeded in establish.
inga u-,-.,i.-.rI i flhe AM ERICAN CEM EN T,
at the e ,r.. 1.i .r',h h and Washington street, Fell's
Point, Baltimore, where they are prepared to fill or.
ders to any extent, on the shortest notice, which will
be accompanied with directions to guide the mechanic
and engineer in the successful application of the ar-
ticle. As to the utility of the American Cement, it
suffices to say that it is impervious to water, and has
been used to advantage in the construction of Locka,
Aquedaicts. Piers, Arches, Cisterns, Foundations of
Bralr.hrg to secure dry cellars in wet ground, and in
,ill iman.tr, '. where properly applied, it has been found
to have answered the purpose. Thus from our
knowledge of the article, to those wishing to use it we
will warrant it to answer any o f the above purposes,
or no charge, if applied according to our directions.
B. CURRY,
jy24 ly JOHN McMANUS.
BY THE LATE ARRIVALS.
JOHN R. RICARDS & CO. 185 BALTI-
MORE SI'REET, have received by the Belvi.
dera and Philadelphia to this port, and Sheffield to
NerV Yoik, the remainder of their Sluing importa-
tions, which addition renders their stock complete.
Among them lately received are a few cases superior
new style Printed CAMBRICS, 1 \.I,. a'1. beau-
tiful; Chintz and Plaid Chine LAI NS; New Style
MOUSLIN DE LAINE; bik 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 purchasers, mh 25 dlif


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& i*'- .,* i **,iii '1. 1 ijre a11 nic j^ l ~r- i, nL *
GON.\ ,\ 1 %I S.f l t Lt.LRINI.''.
T HE great quantity of these extremely cheap
selection of SILKS which we have sold lately,
has thinned our stock of Silk Goods much. And as
we cannot replace them at such prices, as we are sel-
lir g 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 Figured Rep 'SILKS, one yard and a hall
wide; Blue BIk Gros de Brilliants; Plain, Figured and
Plaid SILKS, at scarcely ball price.
ALSO, LAWNS.
A splendid assortment of French and English fa-
bric, Silk, Nett, Satin SHAWLS and SCARFS at a
great reductions in prices.
Bonnet Lawns. Crape Lise, Bombazines, Mouslin
die Laine, which together wi'lh a lull assorment of
other Dry Goods, we will sell wholesale and retail at
very low prices at our store, 161 Baltimore st.
ma 17 Iw S
P AtASOLS AND SUNSCREENS-Selling
off, now is the time to get a cheap and beautiful
Sunshade, of the most fashionable styles. Just open-
ed, I case ofhassorlei Parasols, such as 20 inch plain
of all colours; 18 inch ditto
1 case 18 inch Figured PARASOLS
1 do 10 inch do do
1 do 13 do do do
1 do 18 do Rich Chenna PARASOLS
2 do 10 do assorted Sun Screens or shades
The above comprise as beantiiil 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, Gambroonis, ribbed and plain Summer
Cassimeres, beautiful patterns,fiue wool Black Cloths
ant low priced CLOTHS, for bjys, large lot Cotton
Fringes, very cheap, and every thing at cost prices
by GEO. 1. KENNARD, 125 Balto, sat.
mo 18 above Calvert.
TO THE MEDICAL PROF.,SSIIO.
THHE Select Medical Libraiy, and Bulletin of
Medical Science, No. 2, Ihas lately been pub-
lished, edited by John Bell, M D. &c. &c. Lecturer
or Materica Medica, &c. containing complete the
work of Aratrus on the causes und signs of Acute Dii.
ease, and chtlt's Oultline:'.of Puathologicul Semeioluogy,
translated by I). Sipillan, M. D. tc. &c.
Ino No. 1 (January,) w.t isiuied complete, Bell's
Prartictl Lictionary of Materi Medica, including
the Coinpositnotr, Ptepaiation, and uses of Medicine,
and a large number ofextempoianeous tormnulm, on
the bases of Brand; containing albt ,in the Bulhetin,
notices of New Works, MAledical Schools, &c.
Subscriptitun $5 per annum, payable in advance.
Publilshed quarterly, by
HASWELL BARRINGTON I HASWELL,
Philadelphia.
)03-The Members of the Prolession are respectfully
informed that by rmittiutig the amount ofyearly sub-
scription ($5) tu the publisliers at Phiiadelphia-
their Nos. will ba regularly seit an, free of other
charges, to Balliitore. 13 ma 12
A S THE SEASON 11 r'.-i,.,chia, when very
many will ro orioutt if.l i Irii tll- too free use
of lruit, GOUI.EY'S VEGETABLE BITTERS is
recommended as an antidote; because for Dysentery,.
Bowel complaints, Chills, Fevers. or the Cholic, no
medicine will be lound more beneficial. Per-onis o
any age, or sex, can take this medicine, as there is
nothing nauseous or disagreeable to the taste in it.
Thousands- aye, tens ota thousands have experienced
great benefit trom the use of it, and the great and in-
creasing demand on lhe proprietor from all parts of
The country, is a sufficient guarantee that its good ef
I, cts are fAt and sppreciuled. For children subject
to worms or Summer complaint, this is oneofthe best
muetdicnes .xta, t.
GOULEY S COUGH DROPS are an excellent
renmey ifor Coughs, Colds. Whooping Coughs, &c.
Persons afflicted with a Cough of l ong standing, will
find relief by making use of this Mledicine; hundreds
of persons in this city and vicinity can attest to its
curative powers. For sale by the proprietor only.
L. GOULEY,
211 Baltimore At., near the Market.
N. B. The subscriber also oflrs to those affected
with that ,r r-- -im e..rnplaint the Tooh Ache, his
TOOTH .A it Lihti I.'," which will be found on tri-
al a certain cure. ma21 d4t
FRANKLIN BANK PAPER TAKEN AT
PAR FOR FURNITURE.
SOUTH EAST CORNER LEXINGTON AND EU-
TAW STREETS.
Entrance on tIerinv on and Eutaw Streets.
SAM UEL FRR E since Ihis establishment was
S burnt out in the tall, has repaired and improved
his Ware Rooms, so that at the present time, they are
rilly equal, if not superior to any furnishing rooms in
the city, and having enlarged his manufactory, he is
prepared to execute all orders with promptness and
despatch. His present stock comprehends an exten-
sive assortment of the most elegant Furniture,-con-
sisting ol Solas, 1iI... .---. rt- r l ir 1 i -.,: ,, C1 ll.s,
iai-t. ;.I' t., -it -, I', ,L \ Irn, Llrinli iarIt Ble.k-
l ., | l . -., ,r ., is ., ,i l I %, i d l l]i...ll ;, ill
new a..I ,, iltern. Bedsteads, Bureaus, Fancy
and \% i h'i1, i I .,i -. & c. & c .
He also inlorInms the public that he has no boys in
his manufactory, and that his workmen are all ot the
very best stamp. Their work, he can with perfect
confidence recommend to his customers. Persons
wishing to purchase are requested to call anid examine
the Ware Rooms.
UNDERTAKING attended to in person. Hacks
and Hearses furnished, and every effort made to give
general satisfaction. -ja 16 d?
N ,*i- xORK. POUDIEiTTE COMPANY
f iE IS company has been in operation nearly four
years.
Present price of shares one hundred and five dol-
lars;land each sIhaie is entitled tol fly busnels of Pon-
dretie every sixr mnths. wliich is equal to filthy
city cart loads of stable manure, for 18 years from
March, 1811.
Price of Poudrelte 40 cents per bushel, or two dol-
lars a barrel, of four bushels, rdeliveied on board of
vessels i, this citf. Those farmers who wish to ob-
tain tiit roanuse regularly, will do well to take
Shares sion; and those who wishi ti purchase the ar-
ticle will do well not to wait another year, until they
wish to use it.
Owing to the unutualuy wet season, orders received
new cannot be filled under four or live weeks, but it
is believe l that there will be a supply in June, July,
and August.
'oi' ensure a supply for early spring use, shares
should be taken in tme to receive a full Dividend,
which will pre vent disappointment or by a wet spring
like the present; or
Those at a distance, who desire to make an exper-
iment, can obtain one or more barrels, in turn, by
remitting, at the rate cf two dollars ter barrel, A
pamphlet will be sent to any person who desires
one.
bO-Shares will be sotd for the present at $105
each, but they will surely advance in price, notwith-
standing the number of dividends will diminish eve-
ry six months.
D.K. MINOR, Agent,.
120 Nassau street. New York, (Up stairs.)
N.B.-It is to be distinctly understood that this
Company is in nio way connected with Ihe "Uraite
and Poudtette Company," or "Lodi Manufrscturing
Company"of Antahory Day S Heler Birlhtleisy, on
New Jersey Meadows, wlticht, it report be Irue,failed,
after an expenditure of over $50,000.
New York/, May 10th, 1811. ma 19 6w
N. S. Wll'iE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CHARLESTOWN. JEFFERSON COUNTY,
VIRGINIA.
A TTENDS the Courts of Jefferson, Loud-n,
Clarke, Fiedeiick, and Berkeley Counties, Via.
ma 8 2aw3n
CH1Ai.'IbES L. a'1OS3Y,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
L YNCHBURG, VIR(GINIAl-
HRACTICES In tile Conts ot Campbell, Bed-
3-ford, arid Aniherst Counties. Business entrust-
ed to his care, will be promptly attended to.
Refers to--Messrs. T. Is(I R. Viss Is Co.
H. Pike Is Ward.
". J Is J. Williams I Co.
Mr. Thos. Mackenzie.
ma 17 eo4til_*_____________
A C;ARD.
D R. WILLIAM H. SELBY, recently from
Worcester County,and now residing in Baltimore
County, six miles fuomn the City, upon the York Road,
and on the Farm he recently puurchased from Hon. S.
Hillen, formerly the property of Mr. Bullet,and oppo-
site Jacason's tHotel--onffrs his Professioual Setvices
to the citizens of Baltimore County. Relerences:-
Hon. Ara ,-r'rc I ia.f iludge, "|
Hon. Win. Iari. '.- ...,.'e Judge, Iof wercester
Hon. Teagle Townend, otl the Senate, County.
Drs. John S. Martin & T. R. Spence, |
Dr. Jas. I-. S. Purnell, J


I


A'iHtiLi'i'a '10 A I S'I iBUR...H.
D). LEECH (t' O.
Freight Line to Pittoburg.
DEPOT.
No. 114 North Howard Street,
between Frun] I tin ail Muilbenry ts.
D LEECIH & CO. ale now prepaid ed to frans-
0 port goods, to Pittsburg, via the Susquehanna
Rail Road. and Pennsilvania Canals, at the follow-
ing prices.
Dry Goods &c.,..............per 100 lb. $1 50
Hardware, ............... 1 50
Groceries ..................-...... 1 20
Coffee....................... " 1 00
Mackerel and Shad,..........-per brl. $1 75
Herring...................... " 50
Time 8 day's.
ap 29 dBtt JOS. TAYtV 'R I& SON, Agents.



SINGHAM & BROS. beg leave to state to
their numerous friends end customers that they
have reduced their Freight on lie following Goods.
To $1,50 per 100 Ibs. for Dry Goods, Hardware.
do. 1,20 100 Ibs. for Groceries,
do. 1,00 100 Ibs. tor C-.ffia,
do. 1,75 per bbl. lor Mack-rel and Shad,
dto. 1,50 Ior Herrings
Receipted for the shortes nr sa-il l time. Apply at
the Depot, No. 122 Noith Howard street, or to
JAMES WILSON, Agent,
Howard street.
Passengers and Emigrants desiramous of going West,
will find our line a cheap and cxpetditious mode of
travelling, each passenger is ailio.,ed 125 lbs. baggage
tree, and any extra, nn the v-v !,west terms.
BINAGiAM'aa EAllt ..A 1' LIAE.
^ .'..~ ;*" ... .- i sS

IGGHIAM & BBOTIIIctW hawva now made
D ainpte n;,.,, r.:,,l, fhrr camrr ing passengers and
emigrants '-.%t it,.-ir i.n (via tus-qrri- nnr Railroad
and Penna. Canal) to Pitsoitrahi, 1t H.e very lowest
rates and inthe shortest 1,sitre ti.iae. Emigrants
desirous of going West will tirl b this line accom-
modation and despatch, as evwy x, i,iia has been
used to make it cheap, quick aril ( ontorlable; and as
Sa further inducement each pan etaer is allowed 100
Ibs. baggage tree-any extra at thIe very lowest rates.
Apply to JAMES "Al StU)N, Ag-nt.
Howaidut sirpei, or to
N. W. G. HILLEBaNDI', Agent,
ma 13 Ann street ear Tlhames Fei's Point.
,m0o WHOM IT MAY CONL ERN.-Whereas
S William TI'. Savin, did on the lIoI day ot March
last execute a deed of Trust of ill his effects and lio
perly to the subscriber, to be dirpo, ea of, and lhe
proceeds thereof to be divided am .ngat his ciedito.s
according t) their respective cir i which having
been so disposed of-Now th;s is tnareiore to notify
the said creditors to exhibit their clhrais o or before
the fi:st day of November next. O'terwise they will
be debarred Ironm ariy dividend lof'lte a tale.
ina 20 eo4t* SAM. WILLIAMS, Trustee.
NOTICE.
TO NAVY AGENTS, SHIPPING MERCHANTS
AND OTHi.1RS.
HE subscriber has row on hand, and continues
to manufacture in a superior manner, largequan-
titiesof SAUR KRAUT, to which the attention of
those to whom this notice is addressed, is particularly
requested.
Ir the opinion of Medical Men, no vessel intended
for a Southern latitude should depart without this
highly important article to the health tof Seamen, be-
ing a certain preventive against these scurvy and other
cutaneous eruptions, besides burnishing an excellent
dish for the table. It is put up in such a manner that
it is warranted to keep for several years. For sale in
any quantity by WM. BODMAN, at his Pickling
house and Vinegar Depot, No. 57 Soulh Howard st
4 doors from Praitt street.
N. B. Also keeps constantly on hand a large stock
of superior CIDER VINEGAR, for sale low in any
quantity by W. B,
nma 19 2aw8t
A. PAUL & CO
ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHIN-
ISTS,
ABRE now extensively prepared to execute all or-
ders in their line, such as building Steam En-
giues, Water Whiels, Grist, S&w, Rolling and Sugar
Mills, and machines for pacig sugar in boxes or
hogsheads, Cotton and Woohle A Gearing, Friction and
common Callenders, and all kinds of Bleaching and
Printing Machinery, Hydraulic and Screw Presses,
Upright Drills, Screwing Machines, Turning Lathes
&c. &c.
The Foundry is supplied with an extensive assort-
ment of patterns of a very superior description,embra-
cing Spur and Bevel Wheels of all sizes, Pulies from
6 to 36 inches, a complete set of Hangers, Couplings
and Plumber blocks, Water Wheel Flanges, Shrouding,
and Segments of various sizes, Shaft Patterns, &c.
&c.
Persons in want ofany kind of Machinery, Casting
Forging, or Patterns made would do well to give us e
call, as we ate determined that our work will be so
made as cannot bail to give satisfaction.
A. PAUL & CO.
Phoenix Iron i. orks, West Lexingnon st,
oc 15 n between Pearl and Pine.
A CARD.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
his friendsand tihe public, that he has removed
his SILVER PLATING &COACH LAMP MAN-
UFACTORY, fromrn Bank lane to No. 16 South Cal-
vert street-and having associatef-d himself with Mr.
GEO. H. S.HI hIl.,H the business willheieafter
be conducted under the firm of CAMPBELL &
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in store and 1or 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 andl on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
VARNISH, warranted equal to any in use.
SILVER PLATING in all its varieties, executed
to order in their usual superior style.
ACH'D. CAMPBELL,
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CAMPBELL avails himself mu this occasion to
express his thanks to his nuuLerous t lends for theii
very liberal encouragement, and hopes to deserve a
continuance of their patronase.ud? ja 15
BRUSH AND BELLOWS FACTORY.
JOSEPH K. ST'API.,'l-N,
(No. 258 Baltimore St.. FFERS FOR SALE Ilm- inlowing articles
very low, tbor cash, or oni the usual credit to town
or Country Merchants.
B -er.n BRUSHES, No 2.3, 5 and6
'r..,t,.-r BROOMS, 3 sizcs (v-,y superior)
Mill Brooms and Dusting II.tUzfHES, assorted
sizes
Scrubbing BRUSHES, 6,7.8 10 and 12 rows
CLAM PS, 0, 7, 8. 10 l I h 12 do
Shoe Brushes, common siz,, uKtunifle and covered
Halters' ,il~l. "hl I-.'.,, . ,i
'l'saner's lot tl,,irg, P'.l.-..r .t Scouring BRUSH-
ES
Weavers' Brushes, Horse BRUSHES, all sorts
White wash 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 .-i.d 12 kiuOl-t
Plasterers' BRUSHES, sutper -xtra assorted sizes
Pai nters' Brushes and Sashi Tuola, all sizes and
quality
Cloth BRUSHES, plain and fancy, all descrip-
tions
Head Brushes, every variety and price
Shaving Brushes, of every descriprion
Plain and fancy Tooth Brushes san elegant assort-
Nail do 5 moent
Parlour and extra fancy Hearlh BRUSHES
Kitchen, Chamber and Fancy BE.L.OWS
BLACKSMITHS BELLOWS, all sizes, (war-
ranted to thepurchaser, and at reduced prices.)
*t lrJFrankliu Bank Funds will be received at par for
Brushes. P rp 17
PATENT REFRIGERATOR, Made upon a
new and improved plan. and superior to any at
present in u--- for pit.er arir, Butter, 151lk, Meat, and
all things ;,c-c.,, k,, h a'e use, cool and sweet du-
ring the warm season. All house keepers should be
in possession of the above article, as they will save
their cost in a short time. Apply at the Manufactory
No. 9 Sharp street, near the Rev. Mr. Henthaw's
church. JAAES GETTY.
ap28 4awlm


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J A.1i1 L'9 O'. t ,. C. U
RE prepared to forward (.0 D. by their PORT-
ABLE CAR BODY I INE, trom BALTI-
MORE to PITISBURG. '1 isthe only line run-
ning between Baltimore and 0'il sburg, that carries
Goods without Re-packing, Haudoia, or Separating
by the way.
Receipts given for 8 days at the following rates per
loU Ib'.
DryGoods, &c. ,5,,' I -Ir.lwa,'-. & Qu'nsw. $1,50
Groceries, i &,'. 'i isl (I MasL h'l. pr. bl. 1,75
Coffee, 1,00 H-n-ri ,.. er bbl. 1,50
Merchants are respectfully solicited to call at the
Dept. No. 68 North street, near tIe Post Office.
ap 30 JOH N WEST, Agent.
FILLI IHT TO PIT't aBBU KG.


'I ilL t kl.l'i.ip %1'.l I F.'I ki-vaL'*,i.K 1.
BOAT LINE.
IS now prepared to receive and forward Goods
via Baltimore anid Susquehanna Rail road to
Columbia, and from thence via Penna. Canals and
Railroad to Pittsburgh, at the lowest rates of freight.
Receipts will be given for delivery within 10 days.-
Shippers are requested to call at the Depot, No. 19
Spear's Wharf. No tratnsHipment takes place between
Columbia m.id Piuil:.,.a. W. D JONES, Agent.
On the I" ..me l rih Tide Water Canal, Goods
will be sent per Schooners to Havre de Grace and
from thence in Portable Boats to Pittsburg.
ep21
U. mTATKi;S POKfTABLe BOa aTi LINN .
FROM BALTIMORE TO) PITI.bURG BY
SCHOONERS TO HAVRE-DE GRACE, VIA
TIDI)E WATER CANAL AND PENNSYLVA-
NIA CANAL AND ALLEGHANY PORTAGE
RAIL ROAD TO PITTSBURG.
TIIIS LINE IS COMPOSED OF BOATS
S built in four sections susceptible of being se-
parated and passed over the Alleghany mountain on
cars constructed for the purpose, thereby avoiding
the great delay and expense of a transshipment at each
end of The Portage Railway. The danger of iitjny
from the frequent handing, and rendering it impossi-
ble to separate lots of goods oc the route.
These boats are of light construction, towed by
two horses, and iun day and night (Sundays excep
ted) delivering goods in the shortest possible time,
and at the following rates per 100 Ibs.
Dry Goods, Ic............................. $1 25
Groceries.................................. 1 121
('oflee.. :..... .............................. 1 00
Haidlware and Queensware.................. 1 25
Shad and Mackerel, rer bbl............. ... 1 75
Herri'rgs................................... 1 50
Consignments from New York, Boston or else-
where, will be received and forwarded, and all ex-
penses paid without any ch ige for Commission.
WILIIAM D. JONES, Agent.
ap 21 No. 19 Sp-ar's wharf.


SFOR LIVERPOOL-In a few dis-
i The superior last sal.ig coplPre.lt a;.d ccrpar
lastenedship ELIZA WAR Il. LK, iPi'i.i [dtln.,
master; is now loauoing and will sail as above. A few
more cabin passengers can be accommodated hand-
somely. The steerage has a few births un ceiipi. d.
For trtight or passage apply on board at D,,nWl's
whaif, F. P. or to
Ima 1 4 CL % RL K & KELL LOGI1.
FOR ANTWLI P-1lh: In,e c ..p.i,-.t
B anrd copper la 1.ni e.1 0.rk B \L I Itrifcj., I.
11M. Hll, malP,,iil have inmnediate de-iatch for the
above port. For fieight of lth- bulk of 50 hlhds or 400
bbls. Apply to F. RODEWALD& DDIER,
ma 11 11 Hanover street.
f FOR BREMEN.-Tuefine i.--I-Litmg
copperr fastened and newly c.,r'r d Bremena
slip GUSTAV, C. P. Reimuers, ina-i i; v,11 be dlee-
patched for the above port on or before the 29th inst.
For freight of 100 bbds of Tobacco, small stowage or
passage, apply to
mna20 O St A.SCHUMACHER & CO.
j FOR BREMEN-The new ship SIE-
A PHEN LURMAN, Captain John A. Conic-
ling, will be despatched for the above port without
delay. For freight apply to
ma 18 OELRICHS I& LURMAN.
FOR, AMSTERDAM-The A. I. nrw
a coppered and copper fastened baique MAR-
GARET HUGG, will be despatched on or about the
1st June. For Ireight or passage apply to
FR. RODEWALD & DIDIER,
ma21 No. IlIHanover at.
PASSAGE FOR THE ISLAND OF
TRINIDAD.-The superior new brig ItEN-
RY P. SUMNER, Capt. Tyler, with good accomn-
modations, will sail for Port Spain the tore part of
next week. For passage only apply to
RUTHERFORD &HURLBUT,
ma 191 I1 Bowly's wharf.
h08 kOB STI' JaGO DE (liBA-3 or 400
S ibbls bulk will be taken at a law freight if ap-
piieu tor immediately, in the brig CONSI'A4NTIA,
Capt. Pattonm. Apply to
ma22 WM. HOWELL&SON.
ftI FOR hIG1 -'iO.N, J i I.-Ire ,,.ier
fastened anlucorpe.ddl brig ROXBURY, tM.
IvIcDonald, nuat.r; .& -.i n.ii for the above port ill tl
this week. For lieglhl apply to
THOSE. WIDSON & CO
ma24 4d S Gaystieet
fS FOR Na.WOlLEANAS-Regular Lieo
rf Baltimore and New Orleans Packets-Il'he
packet barque MARY, Captain Myrick, is'now
loading at lenby's wharf, and will have deepatch.
For freight or passage apply to
ma 17 CLARK & K1tLOt(;G.
jg V -OKElLIZAlBETH 4,111Y, JL
m TON and PLYMOUT.1.-T'he schoonier
MERCHANT, Capt. Dowdy, will take fireht for
the above port and sail with desaatch. A pply to
WM. A. MOALE,
ma 20 95 Bowly' whb,.rf.
SFOR PROVIDiNCE-Union Lir-
A The packet schr. MAY. Cam. Howeiand, will
take Ireight and sail with despatch Apply to
WM A. ('OL.E,
ma 24 84 Bowlv's whrf.
i t FOR BOSTON-Union and DC-plia
3 Line-The brig CHOCTrA W, Nickelson, is
now loading at Bowly's woart for Boston. Foi Ireight
apply to
ma 24 P CLARK & KELIOGG
FOat BU.ST) '-Kegu.ar Coiomemc.,,I
i Line-'The packet brig BOSTON,Cr welI),
master, will have 4espatlch. For ifright or passage
apply to the Captain on board, or to
THOSE. R. MATTHEWS,
ma 24 d4t P 10 Bowly's wharf.
a FOR BOSTOlN-Manufacturer's Linu-
The packet schr MAGNET, Capt. Hallett,
will have despatch. For freight apply to
THUS. WHITRIDGE,
ma22 d P 12 & 13 Bowlv's wharf.
FOR NA W YORK&---Depalch Line-
The packet schr. WASHINGTON, Capt.
Pifield, can take the bulk of 150 bbls. if immediate
application be made. Apply to
THOSE. WHITRIDGE, "
.ma 22 d P 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf.
A& FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
S The fist class brig LEXINGTON. stows 2300
barrels, iu fine order for any voyage. Apply to Capt.
Samuel Candler, on board at Jackson's Wharf, Fell's
Point, or to GRANVILLE S. OLDFIELD,
ma 22 dtf Lombard street.
J FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHAR-
& TER.-The coppered and copper fastened
baique EUNOMUS, Capt. W. W. Stafford, 240 tons,
carries 2000 barrels. Apply to E. DREW, or on board
at Ramsay's wharf, F P. ap 19 dtf
SFOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The copper fastened and coppered brig SAL-
DANA, Capt. Stubbs, burthen about 1800 bbls.
SToe fine schr. GAZELLE, Capt. Eldridge,
burthen 750 bbls.
The fine copper fastened schr. GRAND
M ISLAND, Capt. Paine, burthen 900 bbls.-
I or terms apply to CLARK I KELLOaG,
ma 17
FOR FREIGHTOR CHARTEg-
The schooner SAVOY, Hendick, master; 150
ubis. buithen. For terms, apply to
JOHN P. ADAMS.
ma 21 7 Bowly's wharf.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHA R'ITR-A
fist class VESSEL of 1600 bbls..coppered and
coppl-r hastened and ready for cargo.
ALSO-Onie of 2500 bbl'., corpered and cop-
per fastened and ready lor cargo' Anpply to
W. RHOADS,
ma 21 d4t P 61 .smii's wna rf
SFOR FREIGHT OR CHARTEICt-
I The fine fast sailing coppered and copper fas-
tened orig AMAZON, Wedge, master; bLrthen ot a-
bout 2200 bbls. Apply to
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
ma 19 6t Exchange Piaee.
fa FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.-
The schr. JOSEPH GORHAM, Cpt. J. N.
atams; will stow about 1400 bblsi. now in order for
a voyage For terms apply to E. P. COHEN,
ma 24 P 74 Bowly's wha,'f.
jk FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTERIB-
m The brig GEORGE, Haynie, master; 1350 bibls.
burthen, copper fastened and in order for anry voyage.
For terms apply to JOHN P. ADAMb,
ma 24 7 Bowly'd whf.
j& FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
Tbe coppered schr. COLUMBIA, Z. Kirwan,
master; burthen 750 bbls, THOS. HOOPER,
ma 24 5 Spear's wharf.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
5A A good Schr. of 700 bbls. in older for cargo.-
Apply to W. RHOADS,
ma 24 61 Smith's wharf.
t~- WANTED-A good VESSELoW 10o o
150 tons to load for Connecticut, a fair freight
and despatch will be given. Apply to
W. RHOABS,
ma24 d4t P 61 im ith's whf.
fsfcn WANTED.-A Vt&St.5. 10 take 120 tona
to New York--fair freidiht and immediate de-
spatcum will be given on application to
ma 24 THOS. HOOPER, 5 Spear's whf.
a :F.sEIiGI'T FOR BRIIDGETOWN,
N-. J.-75 tons heavy freight wiil be given to
a good vessel tor Blidgetown, New Jersey. Apply
-o J.M. SLAUGHTER,
ma 24 Bowt's wharf.
THOROUGH BRED MARE.--
For sa'ea thorough bred mare, six yeats
old Ibis month, ot fiue form and acion.
She is a deep sorrell, with a star, walks,
trots and canters well and goes kindly
it hiarness. Her pedigree which is authentic and of
the very best cross throughout, may be seen, with
her, at S. C. Owings' Stables, N. Calvert st. She is
by Maryland Eclipse, dam by imp. Valentine, g. dam
by old Topgallant, &c and is admirably suited tor
breeding or for a gentleman's nag. ima 24 d8t
A HORSES FOR SALE.-Several
pairs of match HORSES, gentle and
well broken to harness. Also, several
0 saddle and single Harness Horses, soane
of which are fast. They may be seen at
JOHN STEWART'S Stables,
Nornh Calvert street,
ap 7 d Opposite the City Spring.
^ FOR SALE,-A black HORSE of
e fine form, with long tail, a stylish and
very handsome animal and sired by an
< Arabian; he is 6 years rld and has been
used the last two seasons as a saddle


horse. Apply at Dukehart's Stables. ma 22 4t*
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY FOR SALE.
A neat square built Family Cairiage,
suitable lor one horse. ALSO, a first
rate BUGGY WAGON, with leather
mop, suitable tor a physician; both of which are Bal-
timore built, and run but a tew days; will be sold a
great bargain if applied for immediately, at JOHN R.
BOOTH'S, S. W. corner of Hanover and Camden sts.
ma 22
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY FOR SALE.
-A neat square built Family CARRIAGE. smi.
table for one horse. ALSO, a first rate BUGGY
WAGON, with leather top, suitable for a Physiciar;
both of which are Baltimore built, and sun hbut a few
days; will be sold a great bargain it'applied for immine-
diately, at the S. W. corner of Hanover and Camden
streets. ma 21
*1h DARK BAY HORSES WANTED.-
3 Wanted, thirty dark bay Horses. They must
be at least 15, hands high, of good form, sound,
compact and active, free from defects and b.emishes
of all kinds, and not over seven years old. A cross
with the thorough bred horse would be preferred.
An agent will attend at he Gen'l. Wayne tavern, at
the corner ofBaftimore and Paca streets, daily, from
3 P. M. till 6 o'clock, P. M. None need be exhibil-
ted out such as are perfectly sound. ma 18-dtf
W Aia TED-TOHIRE-A smart, active cofl-
otired BOY, between 14 and 16 years of age-
a slave would be preferred. Apply at this office.
mral8 dlw
W AN' TED-A Servant woman either white or
colored, to go about 2 miles in the country to
cook, wash and iron. None need Apply but those
who can come well recommended. Apply at this
office.
Also-A servant man who understands gardening.
ma 18
SANTED-A respectable Servant Woman to
accompany a family to Europe. None need
apply unless they can produce good reference as to
character, and are accustomed to the sea. Apply im-
mediately to the printer. ma 21 7t
WHITE & RED LEAD, BLACK PAINT,
&c. &c.
HE SUBSCRIBERS, Agents for the "Union
White Lead Company," have in store and con-
stantly receiving WHITE LEAD, ground in Oil, in
kegs of assorted sizes, from 25 lbs. to 250 lbs. each,
and of the following qualities;-
Extra No. 1, 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 lbs to 50 Ibs. each
E. M. GREENWAY & CO,
ma 4 dim No. 25 S. Charles at.









AMERICAN.
B A!LTIMOiR.
TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1841.
PubU1shed every morning at No. 2 South Gaty
Street. by DOBBIN, M HY & BOSK.

Tmas--Daily paper eight doltlaas per annum, payable hall
yearly. Country papers five dollars per annum, payable in
advance, unless the subscription is guaranteed in the city.
All aew advertisemenis appear in both papers. Single pa-
IeA 69 cents.

GREAT BANK ROBBERY.-It will be seen by
the advertisement in another column that the Fred-
erick County Bank, at Frederick, Md. has just been
robbed of upwards of one hundred and eighty-five
thousand dollars, in specie, notes and other valua-
bles. A REWARD OF TEN THOUSAND DOL-
LARS is offered for the recovery of the money and
the detection of (he robber.
BREADSrUFFS.-lt will be seen by our Report
under the Commercial head that Flour and Wheat
were both at higher prices yesterday, with an active
demand.
Last night's Southern mail brought us papers from
Alexandria to New Orleans inclusive-those of the
latter city being of the 17th instant.

THE PROTECTIVE -SYSTEM-THE CUR-
RENCY.-The regulation of commerce by protec-
tive duties has a more extensive operation than that
of merely affording encouragement to particular do.
mestic interests. Excessive importations, the neces-
sary result of low duties, not only break down the
manufacturing establishments of such a country as
ours, but in connection with the restrictive system of
E urope, by which our products are to a great extent
shut out from trans-Atlantic markets, the effects of
large importations are felt in the derangement and em-
barrassment of our currency.
When the crops in Great Britain fell short two
years ago, and she was obliged to import grain in
large quantities, every body recollects the pressure
that came upon the money market. The Bank of
England was compelled to negotiate a loan in France
-the rate of infiterest rose from three per cent to five
or five and a half and even six per cent in London;
and the distress which was felt in this country from
the demand for coin to pay British dues is not likely
to be soon forgotten. Why was all this ? It was be-
cause Great Britain became a large importer end had
to pay specie for the imported commodity. Now it
is in this situation precisely that this country stands.
We give every facility to importations, and when the
time for payment comes we are obliged to ship spa-
- cie, because our domestic products, with one or two
exceptions, are excluded from the countries whose
manufactures we admit so profusely.
While this state of trade continues we cannot hope
to see our currency established on a specie basis.-
Every year we must be subject to fluctuations in our
circulating medium. The diminution of the precious
metals must go on annually-unless some check be
put upon excessive importations. It is a part of
the theory on this subject to say that demand and sup-
ply will regulate themselves, and that we shall not
import more than our wants require or than we have
ability to pay for. Facti disprove this-and for the
reason that the business of importation is to a great
extent in the hands of British manufacturers and their
agents in this country. Besides, the vanities of men,
their weaknesses,cupidity and love of extravagance are
not taken into the account in the theory which goes
upon the supposition that every body is discreet and
prudent. It is the duty of a good government to pro-
tect men against their own infirmities which are often
their worst foes. But there is competition also a.
mong importers, and each judges for himself and
trusts to his own tact in getting his goods off. It is,
besides, the case that goods lying on the hands of
manufacturers and for which a market cannot be
procured elsewhere are sent to this country to be
disposed of at any price.
The experience of the last five or six years, how-
ever, is proof enough on this point. We did not in-
tend to enlarge upon it at present-but to introduce to
our readers an extract from a Memorial submitted to
Congress "in January, 1833, by the Permanent Com-
mittee of the New York Convention of the Friends
of Domestic Industry. It is from the pen of our dis-
tinguished townsman and newly elected representa-
tive, JOHN P. KENNEDY, who was Secretary to the
Committee. We ask attention to the extract, and
particularly request that the reader will observe how
accurately the statements made as a prediction in
1833, were fulfilled in the disasters of subsequent
years:
Your memorialists have said that free importation
is d,6-structive to a sound currency. They desire to
examine this proposition.
The first phenemen thatwill follow the repeal of the
duties will be large importations, both on foreign and
domestic account. This will beget, in this stage, low
prices resulting merely from the abundance ofthe sup-
ply. A debt will bh created abroad, as your memori-
alisti have before shewn,that it will require the assi't-
ance ofthe specie to pay. Immediately upon the ex-
hibition of this fact, a new state of things will ensue.
As long as the laws require the payment of debts in
specie, an effort r ill be made to restrain the circula-
tion of bank paper in quantities proportioned to the
waning sum of the precious metals. As the latter
take wings, therefore, the former will be compressed
into a narrower circle and smaller amount.
Supposing the bank paper ta amount to $ 120,000,00
issued upon a deposit of about $20,00o,000 of gold
and silver, then, if the relative proposition is attempt
ed to be maintained, every dollar of silver remitted
abroad mu't be followed by the subsiraction of six
dollars of bank paper from the circulation. In this
slate of things toe paper currency would speedily be-
come insufficient for the ordinary purposes of ex-
change and barter. The instant effect of this process
upon the commercial world is disastrous to an incal-
culable degree. Its mischief was amply illustrated in
the consequences that followed, what may be called
a comparatively small irregularity in the currency, in
1831. The dismay that visited our trading brethren
in ever city at triat period, at the calling in of bank
paper consequent upon the remittance of a few mil-
ions of specie to Europe, will not soon be forgotten.
As soon as this contraction of the bank circulation
begins to be severely felt, the proportion between pa-
per anti specie will probably be insensibly enlarged,
until, at last, as it were by common agreement, the
currency of the country will chiefly consist of paper
impossible to be redeemed to any amount in the pre-
cious metals. During the progress of this incident
money prices will decline in proportion as money
itself becomes sca ce, and as in th- first stage after ihe
repeal of the duties, cheap prices would result lrom
the abundance of merchandise, so in this stage, the
same result would be at. ibu table merely to Ihe state
of the currency; and however this phenomenon of
cheap goods may now delude the unthinking, there
wit be bit few persons concerned in the business of
lile who will not see in it many presages of disaster
and distress. Impoittion, on American account,will
gradually decline into insigntficance, and the void
wili, in all probability, be filled by the influx ot large
amout.ts of merchandise consigned by the foreign
Manufacturer to our market; and the wonder will ihen
be witnessed ol a seemingly flourishing trade, like
vampyre draining out the life blood oe this young and
robust nation until it grows weak from mere inani-
tion.


The inability to redeem the paper currency in gold
and silver would suggest the device of large issues
ot notes from banks in every form of organization.-
The precious wetIs, which before served as gauges
by which to measure the soundness and health of
the emissions of the banks, being no longer present
to perform their office, every profligate speculator,
every band of adventurers that can conjure up the
shade of credit, every reckless experimenter upon
public credulity will lend his aid to flood the nation
with a deluge of paper that shall float into every cor-
ner of society; the very universal license itself ren
during it impossible for the most wary to say who, in
this minhty crowd, was worthy of trust. Instead of
$120,000,000 of circulating paper, the sum might
be multiplied to twice the amount. Then will the
dear bought delusion of cheap prices vanish, and val-
ues will rise two-told. Land and the profits of land
will partake of this illusoiry exaggeration.-This cur-
rercy. issued at will, and without measure orrespon-
sibit). will be constantly fluctuating in amount,and
With every change the whole standard of values will
change. No man shall be able to assure himself
that the debt contracted to-day may be paid to-
moreow with the same amount of products; a
day's labour in one state of this currency may
vary by an hundred per cent., front the same la-
bour in another state of it; all contracts to be paid at-
ter a lapse of time, will become utterly incapable of a
just ascertainment of their value; and men will be
lrigttined frcm commerce with their tallow-men.
Tftn, too, will be engendered the hateful brood of re-
liaef laws, and slay laws; and then will he put in mo-
tion all the various machinery by Which the wit of
man has been accustomed to avert the punishment of
his own want of foresight, to remedy the common
misfrortune; until the nation, at last, wearied, broken
in spirit, and chastened into submission, consents to
that bitter but oily remedy for a disordered currency,
the resumption ofa specie basis. Then, it may be,
that having passed through the melancholy vicissi-
tides we have painted, the people, made wise by ca
lhmily, will again discover that their true interest
consists in so regulating commerce as to preclude the
possibility of any frequent shock t3 the currency by
this alarming but seductiveevil of large importations;
and that to prevent such mischances for the luture,
they cannot better consult their country's good, than
by adopting, and perpetuating that policy which now,
in an evil hour, they threaten to discard.

0 OFFICIAL.
Ertractfrpm a letter addressed to the Secretary of the
Navy by Lieut. JNo. S. PAINE, commanding the U.
S. Sooner UGRAMPUStr, dated Porto Praya, March
12. 180.
"SIR: I feel it my duty to mention to the Depart.
ment the feeling of obligation with which I am im-
pressed towards the authorities here for their very ob-
liging and liberal course towards us, in admitting our
sick to their hospital and barracks on our arrival from
the Coast ofl Atlrica.
"This was first the act of Captain Den Jose Paulo
Machado, on the representation ot the Surgeon-Gen-
eral of the Hospitil, Seffor Joaquin Marties Franco.
"The same liberal course has bisen continued to-
wards ius by his Excellency the Governor General ot
the Cape de Verd Iland, since his arrival he re."
The mansion houseot the Lieutenant Governor Win-
throp, on Beacon street, Boston, was sold at auction
fa Thursday lor $42,300,


S Cas of tith Grace Brown-Libel for Salvoag.-This
ease was recently decided at Norfolk before the U. 8.
District Court. The facts are generally known to
our readers.-The suit was upon a claim for sal-
vage brought by certain pilots of this city against the
owners of the ship Grace Brown, which vessel they
had found apparently abandoned by the captain and
crew off Cape Henry. The ship was, however, at an-
if char, and it appeared that Capt. Dunr, after having
n waited for a pilot in vain, had gone ashore for the pur-
- pose ofprocuring aid-the ship being aleak and in a
dangerous situation on the Middle Ground Shoals.-
During his absence the pilots boarded the ship and by
their exertions, aided by a rising tide and a change of
wind, succeeded in conducting her to the harbour of
S Norfolk.
The opinion of Judge MAsoN on the case, as pub.
lished in the Norfolk Herald, sets forth two consider-
ations essentially involved in the dispute: First,
Whether the ship was abandoned by the officers and
crew, and was in a state of derelict when she was ta-
t ken possession of by the libellants or not? Secondly,
I Whether the situation of the ship and cargo was im-
S misently perilous at the time of the salvage, and in
what degree ?
Alter a review of the facts of the case as furnish.
ed by the evidence and of the law bearing upon it,
S the Judge concludes that upon the whole the merit
of the libellants is not of a very high grade; that their
Services though promptly rendered were not very
Arduous, nor attended with great danger to them; that
t the ship was not in great and imminent peril at the
time they took possession of her, nor while in their
possession; and that the value of their services to the
owners was not considerable, as the master and crew
S were returning to her, and might have saved her wilh
f no great risk or trouble, if the libellants had not taken
t possession of her.
f The pilots were nevertheless deemed to be entitled
Sto a liberal compensation, and the sum of two thou-
sand four hundred dollars, clear of legal costs,.was
S awarded to them.

TIDE WATER CANAL TRADE.-The canal
boats John Boggs and Industry, both laden with car.
Goes ofgroeeries,dry goods, fish, &c. &c. will leave
the harbor this morning, inii tow of the Wolcott, for
Havre-de-Graee and the interior of Pennsylvania. The
Wolco't brought into the harbor yesterday evening,
Sthe canal boats Stars and Stripes and General Bull
With cargoes of produce from the interior of Pennsyl-
vania.
LATEST FROM AFRICA.
CoLONIZATrON OFFICE,
Baltimore, May 24th, 1841.
To the Editors of the American,
GENTLEMEN-Letters were this day received per
U. S. Frigate Cyane, from the Maryland Colony, at
Cape Palmas, of the most gratifying character. Not-
withstanding no eipedilion was despatched the past
year, and but a small amount of stores or merchandise
Swas sent by the Trafalgar, yet there is no complaint
or even allusion to the subject in the despatches from
Governor Russwurm.
Every thing on that side the Atlantic connected
with colonization wears the most favourable aspect.
The settlement is most abundantly supplied with pro-
visions raised by the Colonists themselves, and at
this time they are dependent on foreigners only for
articles of clothing, household utensils,and many lux-
uries which habit had rendered even necessaries of
life. Mr. Russwurm has purchased, without calling
upon the Society for aid, a schooner of 40 tons and des-
patched her with a cargo of Rice to Cape Messurado.
He has sustained the commercial credit of the colony
by promptly paying a protested draft returned to him
from the United States, with the avails of his trading
operations by means of his little cutter, "The Doctor."
He has lately erected a rough sugar mill in order to
grind up the six acres of cane on the public farm now
ready for cutting. In fact, every thing goes on
swimmingly there, and not a word of complaint from
any quarter.
Of the health ot the Colony, Dr. McGill writes:-
"From the month of August to the present time, a
period of eight months, there has not been a single
death in the colony." This fact needs no com-
ment.
Please give the above an early insertion in your pa-
per, and oblige your ob't. servant,
JAMES HALL, Gen'l. Agent,

Correspondence of the American.
FREDERICK, May 22, 1841.
Our County Convention met in Frederick to-day,
to nominate candidates for the Legislature, and dele-
gates to the State Convention which is to assemble in
Baltimore on the 3d June, to nominate a candidate
for the office of Governor. Sebastian Ramsbury, Ezra
Doub, William Johnson, Maj. James Simmons and
Dr. Hughes were nominated as candidates for the
Legislature, and the following named gentlemen were
chosen as delegates to the Gubernatorial Convention,
viz;
Richard Coals, of Liberty,
Win. J. Ross, of Frederick,
Robert Annan, of Emmitsburg,
Gralton Hammond, of New Market,
Dr. Jacob Baer, of Middletown,
Joshua Doub, of Woodsborough.
Frederick County is in favor of Richard Potts es
the Gubernatorial candidate.
The Delegates appointed to represent Talbot Coun-
ty in the Whig Gubernatorial Convention are Sam-
uel Hamblelon, Jr. John Harrington, Thomas Hop-
kins and Gen. Tench Tilghman.
The delegates to the Whig State Gubernatorial Con-
vention from Harford county are Dr. Charles H.
Bradford, Robert McGraw, James Moores, Dr. James
Montgomery, and Doct. Wakeman B. Hopkins.

The editor of the Detroit Daily Advertiser, writing
from Rochester, N. Y.says that Western New York,
which has hitherto been the great wheat granary of the
Union, and regulated and monupolised the grain and
flour market,-must, before the termination of five
years, surrender the palm to Michigan, Illinois, and
Wisconsin. He adds-
Already the large surplus of Michigan and Illinois
has troubled the market. What, then, must be ex-
pscted hereafter, when the four Western States will
send forward more flour and pork~jian is now manu-
factured and raised inthree-lonrlthq the whole Union
besides. Industry here must seek new channels, and
it mutt be lelt lor the west to become what nature
has fitted is for--the flour and pork furnisher ot the
country. Whether Western Ntw York will consent
to this or not, this will be the result. Nothing can pre-
vent it. Every thing is now shaping itself for that
end, and the present generation will not pass away,
before it shall come to pass.

FLORIDA.-The last advices state that on the 26th
ult. the mail rider and horse were killed about 26
miles from Tampa Bay. A friendly Indian gave the
news at Tampa soon after the deed was done. The


Commanding General ordered out a command of D:a.
goons, under Capt. B. Beal, 2d Dragoons, who, soon
as possible, proceeded to the place of the murder, bu-
ried the express rider, and pursued on the track made
by the murderer. After several hours pursuit, he
came upon a camp regularly fixed and comfortably
situated, occupied by one Indian, who was leisurely
opening the mail and burning the letters. Captain
Beall shot him in his occupation, but saved but one
entire letterof the mail. This Indian proved to be
Maxy Hajo, of famous memory in thoseparts.
We regret to learn that the troops at several of the
posts in Florida were becoming more and more sick-
ly.
Sunday School Celebration. -The numerous Sunday
Schools, under the care ol the Methodist Episcopal
Church, were convned yesterday afternoon in sev-
eral of the churches for religious exercises, and a
procession was formed, comprising some 3 or 4000
teachers and scholars, who were conducted to the
Washington Parade ground. It was the anniversary
of the Union, usually held during the session of the
Conference.
In the evening the Alien street branch of the Mis-
sionary Sociely held its anniversary, when after an
able sermon by Rev. J. Cross, of tie Oneida confer-
ensce, an excellent address was delivered by Rev.
Geo. Scott, Wesleyan missionary, from Sweden -N.
Y. Com. adv. _________
Itmas-frcm late French papers.
There is now living at Ambly Fleury, in the Ar-
dennes a woman who has attained her 102d year, and
is still in possession of all her faculties. At the last
patronel fete of the Commune, she figured in a quad-
rille.
The Toulouse journals announce that the Arch-
bishop of that See has been nominated by the Pope
assistant Prelate to the Throne, and add that the
Archbishop of Bordeaux anid the Bishop of Meaux
are the only members ofthe French Episcopacy who
previously enjoyed that honor.
One of the great causes of ihe diminution in the
comfort and nourishment of tne lower classes in
Paris is the octroi, or duty on entering the gates,
which is for meat nearly as much as ttoat paid on any
ex passing the frontier. Both together amount to
4, or 100 franca-bhetween the one-third and the
one-lourth of the price. As the Journal des Dtbats
observes, the capital of the working classes lies in the
vigor ot their muscles. Paris is erecting and gilding
fountains and squares. It is gradually starvingits
poorer population.
A wagon of a new construction, 40 feet long, with
8 wheels,has been built at Antwerp for the Brussels
Railroad. This enormous vehicle is to bear a load of
12,000 kilogrammes, and a trial is to take place in a
iew days.
''The Commerce states that on Tuesday last the oc-
troi officers at the Barriere de Combat seized 2,000
kilogrammes of horse flesh bringing into Paris,and that
the police are at this time actively engaged in sear-
ching all the restaurants where dinners under 2 fr. a
head are given, and where large quantities of bad
meats are served up,


The Mhasachusetts Westetn Railroad was to be
opened yesterday to Chester Factory, a place 28 miles
west of Connecticut river. There is now a contin.
uous line of 127 miles of i ail road open from Boston tc
Chester Factory, and an interval of 23 miles only re.
mains to complete the connection with Pittsfield
whence there is a rail road open to Hudson, on the
North River.

The corner stone of a new Roman Catholic Cathe
dral was laid in Cincinnati, on the 19th instant, by
the Right Rev. Bishop PURCELL.
The High School at La Grange, Georgia, was des-
f troyed by fireon the llth instant, together with the
f books and apparatus, both chemical and philosophical
It is believed to have been the work of an incendiary

In the Second Congressional District of Marylani
there was no opposition to the Hon. JAS. A. PEARCE
the Whig candidate, and of course wo have no regu
lar returns. In Cecil, we observe, he received 61
votes, in Kent 342, and in Talbot about 400.
We learn from the Charleston Courier that the Hon
HUosH S. LEGARE has been appointed to deliver th
Eulogy on General HARaIsoN. Theft choice is a hap
py one.
t The Cleveland Herald notices the completion of
r schooner on Lake Eiie. which is intended to carr
freight from Cleveland and other Lake ports to th
t city of New York, by way of the Erie canal, wilhou
Sany trans-shipment at any point. She is up, ards o
r 60 tonsburthen, and has slip masts and keel.
Rumored Accident to the Britannia.-The Bostoi
Transcript of Saturday evening says:-"Gen. Swift o
New York, who came passenger in the Noith Ame
rica, arrived this morning from St. Johns, states tha
a report was very current at St. John, that the Britan
nia had arrived at Halifax, damaged, &c.; that Mr
Itewart, a merchant, who had just arrived atSt.Johi
from Halifax, informed Gen. S. on board the Noitl
America, previous to her starting, that such a report
was in general circulation at Halifax and not contra
dieted. It was saidshe struck on the Sambro Rocks
which caused her to leak, that she arrived safely a
the wharf with difficulty, and it was thought it wouln
be necessary to heave her down to examine her bhot
tom.
But it is remarkable that no letters or information o
an authentic character have been received at the A
agency in Boston, nor any, so far as known, from any
of the passengers, notwithstanding the regular mai
for St. John did not leave Halifax until ite morning
after the Britannia is said to have arrived there."

In announcing the appointment of JOHN S, SKIN
NER Esq. to be Third Assihtant Postmaster General
the Chillicothe (Ohio) Gazette says-
"The above is called a first-rate appointment, ir
our eastern exchaniiges, and we have no doubt that i
is. We saw Mr. Skinner on one occasion. He passer
through this city, a stage passenger, about sighteer
months since. Arriving at 9 o'clock, A. M., he break-
fasted, walked over to our office, introduced himself
read a dozen newspapers, gave us the election newi
from the West, and a lecture on politics and agricul
ture, took us by the arm and sought an introduction
to three of our citizens, who lived in as many parts of
the town, returned to the office, borrowed the Wash.
inaton and Baltimore papers, and was seated in the
stage-coach, crying "Go-head!" in thirty minutes
after he landed. A man who can do up so many
"choirs" in so short a time, a Yankee would call a
"considerable smart fellow."

The Engineer of the Steamer Wilmington, Misnard,
who was tried before the U. S. Circuit Court at Ra-
leigh, a few days ago, on a charge of mutinous con-
duct on board the said boat, was convicted on Satur-
day, and sentenced to six months imprisonment. The
two seamen, Jackson and Bedell, arraigned with him
as accomplices, were found not guilty.
Activity of the Britiih Marine.-The Paris Journal
des Debats gives the following description of the ope-
rations of the British government in the extension o0
their naval means.
"Since September last, the naval arsenals of Great
Britain have displayed an activity and an immensity
of resources of every kind which are really prodig-
ious. Much has been boasted in history of that act
of the Venetians, which in order to prove to Henry
II. of France of what exertions they were capable,
consisted in building, fitting up, and arming a galley
during the day on which he visited their arsenal; but
the exertions and resources displayed by the English
are certainly not less remarkable. In the beginning
of September, 1840, England had 27 vessels of the
line in a manner, though inefficiently, commissioned.
Of these, 15 were in the Mediterranean unrier Admi-
ral Stopford, 3 were and are still on tne India station,
4 were in the English ports, waiting to be called on
to sail, having all their stores on board, but without
their lull complement o men, and 5 were and are in
port, serving as depots, schools for naval gunnery,&c.
At theend of March, 1841, England had 34 vessels in
commission. The fleet in the Mediterranean, which
had sent home two vessels, and had received a rein-
forcement of4, ot whichtwowere three-deckers, now
consists of 17 vessels of the line. Nothing had been
changed in the number of the India squadron, nor in
the vessels which serve as depots at home, but the
number of vessels held ready for sea has been in-
creased by 9, of which 4 were three-deckers. Besides,
England has increased her frigates, which in Septem-
her were only 3, to the number of 10. Thus, in the
space ofseven months, the English Admiralty hag
armed nine vessels of the line and 7 large frigates of
50 guns each. The crews of some of these vessels
alone remain incomplete through motives of econo-
my ; and what is not less astonishing is, that all these
vast expenses could have been incurred without the
aid of supplementary credits, by simply employing
the usual resources granted for the navy. Nor is this
all. This marvellous activity has not hindered a num-
ber of light vessels and steamboats from being armed
and fitted out.
A line ofsteam vessels to touch at Canada and the
United States has been organised since last autumn, to
communicate with South America and the Gulf of
Mexico, and will soon be in lull activity. The con-
struction of the vessels already commenced has also
been urged on with extraordinary vigour. For in
stance, in. the yard where the royal George was
launched in last October, may be seen the Aboukerof
90 guns, on the stocks, with her compass limbeis al-
ready laid down. At Desonpoit. a large steamboat of
100 horse power, which was commenced on October
last, has just been launched, and it is announced that
four other vessels of equal power are to speedily fd-
low her. Whilst the royal navy of England has been
giving such marks of activity, the merchant service
has signalised herself by enterprises which deserve at-
tention. She has definitively ananged her steam na-
vightion with the Pacifi- Ocean, and is completing the
communication between England and her Asiatic pos-
sessions. A line of steamboats of 450 horse power is
established between Alexandria and the English ports
and one ot the directors oh this plan, Mr. Anderson,
is at present in Egypt, making arrangements for a
regular line of steamboats on t hl Nile, which are
to go up as far as Thebes, and which will allow the
Bombay couriers to stop at Kossier. Travelers
will gain by this routs the advantage of a more a-
greeable journey, and the navigation of the Red Sea
will be shortened by half. In addition, in place of
bringing news from Bombay only, the monthly cour-
ier from India will take his departure from Calciuta,
and will touch at Madras, Ceylon, and Bombay -
And to conclude this account, a new attempt is made
to shorten the direct passage to India, by doubling
the Cape of Good Hope. On this very day, A piil 24,
is to sail from Grave.-end, for Calcutta, the Maria, of
five hundred tons. constructed with sails as for gen-
eral navigation, and with Melville's patent steam ap-
paratus, capable ot being taken off and put on at
pleasure. This vessel is to try th' effect el steam


power in making way through thoue calms, so com-
mon under the line, arid which i.1.,. so tediously
the passage between Europe rid liii -1'."

WELL DONE, TENNESSEE!
By a Letter from a friend in Tennessee we learn
that it has been prematurely published, all over the
country, that in the fourth Congressional District of
that State J. W. Blackwell, (L. F.) a member of the
last Congress, is re-elected. Not so. We have plea-
sure in stating that Thomas J Campbell (Whig) has
been elected in that district by a majority of 79 vo!es
over Mr. Blackwell. (Another Wlig candidate re-
ceived 164 votes. So the entire Whig majority in the
District is 243.) The majority of Mr. llAckwellin
the same district in 1839 was 1315 votes.
Thus in every Slate in which an election has been
held within the last two months there has been a de-
cided Whig gain in the number ot votes, and in eve-
ry State a gain in the results of the election except in
Rhode Island,where the late Members were all Whig,
and in Kentucky whose Whig Members were already
11 to 2.-Nat. Intel.

INDIANA.-The election for ',..rr. in Indiana,
has resulted in the choice of the I..'l .iAi.g members
ofCongres: George H. Profit, Richard W. Thomson,
Joseph L. While, James H. Cravens, David H. Wal-
lace, and Henry S. Lane, Whigs, and Andw. Kenne-
day, Locolbco. The latter succeeded in consequence
ot several Whigs running.

ilrbilrary Conduct of Nicholis.-We learn from
a late foreign periodical, that the arbitrary conduct
pursued by the imperial government or Russia, in pro-
hibiting the printing of books in Polind in any oiher
than the Ru'sian language, has been followed up by
a similar course ofconduct towards the Jews, who are
forbidden by a recent Ulkase, from printing works in
Hebrew, German, Polish, or any other language, than
the Russian, in any town or city except Wilta and
Kiew. Several thousand persons have been thrown
out of employ by this severe edict. In the provinces
of Bessarabia, tVie Crimea, and the country on each
side of thie Caucasus, there are upwards of two mil-
lions of the inhabitants protfessing the Jewish religion.
They have 1,007 parishes or congregations, 586 sya-.
gogues, and 2 377 schools for children prol'essing the
Mosiatic faith. In these districts 69 printing esta-
blishments have been stopped, arid the families depend-
ing thereon lor support lelt to starve; time works ema-
nating from these establishments were all printed ia
German or Hebrew.-Boston Times.

From the Nashville Whig, May 14.
A MAGNIFICENT SIGHT.-T-ie Ellen Kirk-
man, steamer, commanded by Cant. John Wilson,
lelt our wharf yesterday, with twenty-seven hundred
arid seventy one bales Cotton; two hundred and thir-
ly hhds. Tobacco; 450 pieces Tennessee Bagging; 20
hhds. Bacon and sundry other loading to trim, bound
lor New Orleans. Nearly tie whole of this immense
arid valuable cargo, together with the superb and
commodious vessel that bears it to its destination, is
owned by Messrs. Johnson, Baybuin & Co. of this
city, whose eminent success as Produce dealers, the
present season, we are at a loss whether most to attri-
bute to thibe benign influence ot a change of adminis-
tration at Washington, ortheir own indomitable en-
ergy and good judgment as traders. Something, we
doubt not, is tue to both.


S A capacious Bear Cellar.-A French paper gives
I the following description of a recent work in that
city.
D There is near the Marche aux Cheyva ux a brewe-
Sry, in which it is said the most excellent beer is made.
M. Chapuis. the owner of this establishment, saw
with regret that his cellars were not large enough to
e contain the increasing produce of his brewery, and
he wished to keep it in greater quantities. M. Cha
puis suspected that his house, court and garden were
placed above the catacombs of Paris. In order to
make sure of this, he bored and ascertained that it
Y was as he thought. Sure of success, he immediate-
ly set to work and built a stone staircase of 87 steps
through the spiral of which the liquid necessary for
daily use might be brought upwith the helpofawind-l.
lass. But the staircase was the least part ofthe work,
a for at the depth of about 55 feet a void was found, not
the void of the quarry, but a void made by an acci
dental falling of the earth. M. Chapuis got this clear-
ed with a great deal of trouble and expense, and them
great stone columns were placed in order to keep inn
d the bank of stone, upon which the fauxboig St. Vic.
tor and St. Marceau stand. And when you descent
these 87 steps, you enter into a large cavern whose
vast and long galleries offer an unlimited perspective
5 The effect of this cavern is so fin.s and so picturesque.
that Ciceri intends introducing it to the opera in the
Shape of a scene: M. Chapuisa has certainly the vast-
Seat cellar in the world.
e For the Amnerican.
OUR NEXT GOVERNOR.
The time appointed for thlf meeting of the State
a Convention to nominate a candidate on behalf of the
V Whig party, to fill the executive chair of the State ol
e Maryland, is now near at hand. Under the amended
t Constitution, it will be obligatory on the Convention
f to select the candidate from the Western Gubernato-
rial District. The names of several distinguished
gentlemen from that section of the State, have, from
n time to time, been presented to public consideration
f through the medium of the press, and amongst them
Shas been that ofRtcHAaD POTTS, E&q.,of Frederick,
t With all due deference to the opinions of others, I
think that he is the man upon whom the Whig party
Should now unite.
n Mr. POTTS is.a z.elIeman of mature age, and ripe
h experience. He has upon several occasions been
rt elected, by the people of his native county, as a De.
legats to the Legislature, Senatorial Elector under
Sthe old Constitution, and as Senator under the new.
t In the closest contests-at a time when all the rest ol
d his political associates in the field have been beaten,
he alone has succeeded in obtaining a majority of the
suffrages ofthe people of Frederick County. Al-
l though one of our oldest politicians, and frequently a
candidate before the people, he has never sustained a
y defeat. His popularity is of that kind which will
il bear the lest of sclutiny.-It rests upon the solid es-
g teem and respect of all who know him. Throughout
all his political campaigns no colourable charge has
ever been alleged against him, to diminish in the
slightest degree the favor and confidence of the peo-
ple. His head is now silvered over with years, and
in his past life the public may find an ample guaran-
t tee, that any trust committed to his hands will be
d faithfully and impartially administered.
n With these pretensions to commend him, and sur-
rounded by no "entangling alliances" to excite the
Is opposition of rival interests, RIcHADP POTTs is pre-
Ssented to the consideration of the Whig party of the
f State. Ifhe is nominated I feel well assured thatzeal
Sand harmony will distinguish our movements in the
approaching gubernatorial canvass, and that our ef-
forts will be crowned with an overwhelming victory.
So mote it be. PRO PATRIA.

TWENTY SEVENTH CONGRESS.-The extra
Session of Congress will commence on Monday next,
Sthe 31st inst. The result of the recent elections is
so far ascertainedas toshow what will be the political
character of bth Houses. The Senate is fall with
the exception of one member from Tennessee, and
Sthe House with the exception of two from Pennsyl-
vania, and three from Illinois. The election in the
latter State does not take place until August. The
two vacancies In Pennsylvania will be supplied by
one Whig and one Opposition. The Journal of Com-
merce has made out the following list, showing the
political character of the next Congress. In compa-
ring wit t e last Congress, it takes the delegations
Sas they stood when first elected. Any changes which
may have subsequently occurred, either by resigna-
t tion, death or transmigration, it makes no account
of.
W. Opp W. gain. Opp. gain. Vac.
SLouisiana, 2 1 1
Missouri, 2
Vermont, 5 2
Maine, 4 4 2
Georgia, 9
Pennsylvania, 12 14 3 l 2
Ohio, 12 7 4
New York, 19 21 5 7
New Jersey, 6 5
South Carolina, a 8
Delaware, l 1
Michigan, 1 1
Massachusettsl1, 1 1
Arkansas, 1
N. Hampshire, 5
Connecticut, 6
Rhode Island, 2
Virginia, 11 10 3 2
Kentucky, It 2
Indiana, 6 1 4
Maryland, 6 2 3
Tennessee, 7 6
N. Carolina, 8 5 3
Alabama, 5 3
M i.mi"ippi, 2 2
ll/hiOI s, 3

142 95 B9 13 5
95 13
W. mj. in Hse.47 26
Do. in Senate, 7
On joint ballot 54 [FLedger.
Wonderful Cure.-We heard the following particu-
lars, a lew days since, of an almost miraculous transi-
tion from disease and infirmity to health and vigor, in
the person of Mr. Isaac Newman, of Somerset coun-
ty, Md. Mr. N. for several years had been confined
to his house by severe affliction which ulisabled him
from walking, and from the tree use of his arms and
neck On Saturday night last he was expected to die,
but in a few hours became better; and, on Monday
evening, during the prevalence of a thunder storm, he
fell to sleep, and to his utter amazement, found, when
he awoke that he had the entire use of all his limbs
He arose Irom his bed, dressed himself, and walked
about the house. Mr. N. remembers to have expe-
rienced a peculiar sensation in his whole system dir-
ing his sleep, and from all the circumstances no other
conclusion can be arrived at, but that the agent 01
this wonderful cure was electricity. It at least fur-
nishes a subject for much scientific speculation.-
Easton (Md ) Gaz.
Mr. PETTricH, a sculptor who for some time back
has resided in Washington City, has been engaged by
the cituzensof Philadelphia, to execute in marble, a
pedestrian statue of GEN. WAsHINGTON, to be placed
upon a pedestal in the centre of Washington Square
in that citv. The model tor the statue is that which
was constructed and extimbited by him in Washington
two years ago. The artist isto receive $10,000 for
the work.
Quick Work.-Gno. C. Leslie, a gentleman pick-
pocket, was arrested on Tuesday night, examined and
committed Wednesday morning, indicted Wednesday
evening, tried and convicted Thursday, and sent to
the Per.itentiary nn Friday, where he will remain
three years; and in less than one week after his debut
in St. Loeis, in the character otfa pickpocket, he will
be at Jefferson City pickung stones.-St. Louis But.

Manufacturing.--On one day last week, in fue usual
hours oh working, there were produced from one loom,
atthe mill of the Brunswick & Co. in Brunswick,
Me., eighty yards of the best quality of Nu. 14 sheet-
ins, 37 inches wide.


This is said to be the greatest quantity of cloth ever
manufactured by one loom in the same space of time.
The Brunswick mill is a very large one,-built at a
great expense, and with a water power that can never
tail.
Official Insolence.-The sheriffof the city and coun-
ty ot .New York refused to obey the order of the Su-
pieme Court directing him to take McLerd into cus-
tody, thinking that lhe was the supreme and not they.
But the judges of tIhat court gave him a gentle hint,
to the effect that if he did not obey their order andt
immediately take charge of McLeod, they would take
charge of him. This brought our sheriff to his senses
-the nullifier was nullified. McLeod is now in the
City Prison.

8(3-Our advertising customers are respectfully re-
quested to send in their advertisements at as early an
hour in the day as practicable.

Ou- BALTIMORE POST OFFICE, May 24th
1841.-In connexion with the present arrangement of
the arrival ofthe Great Eastern Mail, at this office, at
8 o'clock in the morning the following schedule of
the time of closing the principal mails will be obser-
ved :
Eastern Mail closes at.................8 A. M.
Westernu........ do..................... 8O' A. M.
Southern .. .....do................... .8 A. M.
Northerni.......tdo....................8 kA. M.
Norfolk S. Boat.do.................8 A. M.
ma 25 THOSE. FINLEY, P. M.

Married on Thursday evening, 20th inst. by the Rev. J. G.
Morris, WILLIAM A. WISONG to CAROLINE W. MUN-
DER, a.I o; thiscily.
Married on Thursday evening last. by the Rev. Jos. P. Wil-
son, Mr. CHtARLES GROSS to Miss EMILY HOLLIDAY,
all of this city.

Died on Sunday morning, 23d iust. OHAS. P. TENSFIELD,
in thie 40thi year of Irs age, after a short illness of 4 days.
Departed This life, on Thursday evening, 20th inst. ARCHI-
BAtLD McLEAN, (printer) formerly of rincinatsi, Ohio, but
for the lasi 30 years a citizen of Baltimore, in the 54th year
of his age, leaving a wile and four children to mourn their ir-
reparable loss.
OBITUARY.-It was our painful privilege to notice the
death of an interesting child, daughter of Joseph and Julia J.
Bai;gher, of this city, who departed this life on the l2th imnst.;
since which time thie affectionate parents have been berenv
ed of two other children-the fisat before noted, ELMIRA
H ELENA, aged 5 years, 9 months and 5 days; thie second,
JULIA GENEVIEVE, aged I year and 8 months, who
breathed tier last on ithe morning of the 22d inst; the third, an
exceedingly intarestiig boy, RICHARD SkWELL, aged. 3
years, 9 nmonlhs and 23 iday, who died on Sunday morning,
23d lost. at 4 o'clock-all ofscar'et fever. Thus, in the short
space of eleven dayr, this heavy affliction has fallen on a fam-
ily who were all in health on the 8th inst. May the distres-
red parents find much consolation in knowing that their dear
babes have gone to Hint who gave them; and are all, at this
moment, angels in Heaven. They have left world of temp.
station andi sin, and are now forever beyond the reach of ei-
ther, sweetly restingon the bosom of their Saviour. MayGod
support the parents in this dispensation or his providence,
andl early reinstAte them in health, frou their present beds of
diisaiso and ufflictioul T, M. A,


FRONT ST. THEATRE-NEW YORK CIRCUS.
The beautiful and interesting Military Spectacle of
Charles the 12th was again presented last night
amidst the reiterated applause of a most crowded au-
dience, amorngt whom might be discovered the smil-
ing and approving countenances of many of the rising
generation. Nor were the entertainments of the Circus
less entertaining to all classes. They were conduct-
ed with increased animation on the pait of the per-
formers, and received with renewed approbation by
the audience. Bctih will be presented for this even-
ing-and between these and the completion of the in-
dispensable preparation lor St. George and the Dra-
gon, Old Joe Sweeny steps in on Wednesday to sol-
icit his peculiar portion for a benefit, to which he is
eminently entitled on Wednesday evening. *
fri-NOTICE TO THE CITIZENS OF PORT
DLP-'l I' AND VICINITY.-The citizens of Port
Depositand vicinity, ari requested to meet on SA-
TURDAY 29th inst., at 3 o'clock, at the Steamboat
Warehouse, for the purpose of giving public expres-
sion to their sentiments in relation to the recent and
officious interference of certain Lumbermen from the
states ot New York and Pennsylvania, (at present,
for a few days sojourning amongst ua) in the mater
of the appointment of a Post Master at Port Deposit,
-which interference has resulted in an appointment
in direct opposition to the wishes of toe citizens of
the plhce and neighborhood
Port Deposit, May 20, 1941.-25. d4t

OlJ-BALTIMORE COUNTY.-The Whig voters
of Baltimore County, are requested to assemble at
their respective places of holding the elections, on
SkTURDAY, the 29th day of May. at 3 o'clock, P.
M., to appoint delegates to a County Convention. to
meet at Cockeysville, on MONDAY, the 31s3t, to se-
lect delegates to represent said County In the Con-
verition to nominate a candidate for Governor on the
first Thursday in June next. ma 22 8t
(O-GCERMANIA.--The members of this Society,
are reqi.rs'ed to be punctual in their attendance TH IS
AFTEttNOON at the usual place ot meeting, as bu-
siness of iuportaace will be bid before them. By
order, WM. F. BOLLMAN, Sec'v.
ma 25 *
TEMPERANCE.
0O-THE BALTIMORE TEMPERANCE HFO-
TEL i itnow in lull operation by J. APPLER, at the
N. W. corner ot Fayette and St. Pauls streets, one
square west of Barnuinm' Hotel.

ATTENTION.-A meeting of the HARRISON
MONUMENT ASSOCIATION, of the 1st anl 2nd
Wards, will be held at Peduizi's, cornerof Market and
Thames streets, on WEDNESDAY EVENING
NEXT, (26th) instant, at 75 o'clock.
ma 25 P ALEX. CUMMINS, Chairman.



BALTIMORE MARKET.
Office of the AMERICAN, May 24, 5 P. M. 1841.
CATTLE-There was but little demand for Beef
cattle this morning at the drove yards, and some de-
cline took place in price. Of 120 head that were of-
fered, less than 20 were sold at $7,50 to $7,75 per
100 Ibs. Live Hogs are in good supply, and we quote
at $4.75 to $5 per 100 lbs.
DEER SKINS.-We note a sale to some exten-
at 20 cents per lb. cash and time.
FLOUR.-Flour is in active demand, and an ad-
vance of 25 cents per bbl. on all descriptions has ta-
ken place to-day. There is no stock of moment of
any kind in market.
We note a further advance in the price of Howard
street Flour, with sales ofgood standard brands from
stores this morning at $5. The receipt price has also
advanced, and we now quote at $4.75 from wagons,
with small receipts and very small stocks for sale.
Sales of City Mills Flour were made this morning
at 85, but holders now ask higher. No stock of mo-
ment.
Sales of Susquehanna Flour today at $5. No
stock on hand.
GRAIN.-We note a further advance in the price of
Wheats. Sales of good to prime Pennsylvania reds
have been made to-day at 108 a 109 cents per bushel-
ant none now in market. A sale of good Md. white
wheat at 115 cents per bushel.
We quote Md. white Corn at 56 a57 cents, and
Md. yellow at 59 cents. There is no Pennsylvania
in market-it is wanted.
Sales of Penna. Rye at 02 cents. Md. is worth 58 a
60 cents.
We quote Md. Oats at 38 a 40 cents. Pennsylva-
nia Oat;, none in market, and wanted.
PROVISIONS.-Thiets has been nothing done in
barrel meats this week, and prices continue without
change. We quote Baltimore Mesa Beef at $12.50;
No. I at $10.50; and Prime at $8 to $8.50. The
price of Pork is unsteady. Last sales of Mess at
$12. Bacon continues to go offslowly at'list week's
prices which we continue to quote, v.z. Western as-
sorted at 6 to 61 cents; Hams at 8 to 9 cents; Sides at
68 to 6. cents; Shoulders at 5 t) 51 cents; and Jules at
3j to $31 cents; and Baltimore cured Hams at 10 cts
There is no change in Lard. We quote Western No.
1 in kegs at 71 to 8 cents.
WHISKEY.-Hhits-none in market. Sales ofbbls.
at 222 cents, and in Howard street at 23 cents. Wa-
gon price of bbis. is 18 cent;, exclusive of the barrel

BOSTON MARKET, May 22.
Coffee-The principal transactious this week are 3a400 haga
St. Domingo 9.9e; and 2a300 do. Porto Cabello ilialOic.
per ]h. 6 imos.
Fish--alies of 1CO bbls. No. 3 Mackerel $6,50 per bbl. cash.
Flour- Genese i. i.. ;..r" ;,.: iF.. ,1,i -freely, and I..r....i. A
are making at $4 5i I,"'i.1, .1 i, lo arrive, a h i, .-
bbl. cash, which is a decline. S des of 2000 bbhs. Howard
street, part foir export, $, 4 mos andi $4 87, cash; 5a600 bils.
4,-- 1' . .,to a I .l~ u, d .] .h... .n.iII t 7 1. 1,.1 4 1.,

and price s have advanc- . 1 .1 , t i .,i
58c. and North liiver round 63c; Northern Oats 43e. per bush.
eauh. Sales by auc i n of 140 sacks Wes;ern Rye 60c. and
168 do. Wheat 85c. per tush, cash.
ilides-An active demand continues, and all that arrive sre
readily taklin. and at rather innpovirg prices. Sales of the
week are 1000 'ernambuco ille, and 1i000 Bahia ]10c. ner
Ib; 40 bales Calcutta green salted Cow at $1,40 each, 6 mm.
Sale by auction of 1100 Afriean 151c. per lh.4 inros; 1000 Cape
de Verls Goat Skins 331a351o; 5000 Kid 8c; 6000 Buenos Ay-
r-s Sheep Pelti 40.a5. e-ch, 4 mte.
cugar-Sales of 6a700 boxes Havana brown 7a7f. princi-
pally at 71 a7lc; prime white 10c; old crop white paying brown
duty, 9O. per lb. 6 mite.--Daiy do.
CHARLESTON MARKET, May22.
Cotton,.-The sales are 341t hales at 9 a 12 cts.
Rics.-iltte ransactions comprise 1190 tierces at (2,50 a
Grain-The receipts or the week of Corn have been 4000
beshels of Maryland, which were taken at 62; aud abour 2205
bushels North Carolina white flint ar 70 cts per butheh.
ltour.--Th'e stock of all descriptions ofithis article is very
tfght. Sa es of siall lots Howard street, atl$,i and $5-, and
Richmond $51 per bantre --Courier.


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ARRIVED.
Ship Ulysses, Gait, 42 daya from Amsterdam, ballast, to J.
H. lodges. Left barque Francisa, Cushlnan, loading lfor New
York. Spoke lat. 31 40, long. 45 40, brig Susan, Lauderman,
from Baltimore, understood bound to Madeira.
Bremen ship Everhard, Haake, 48 days from Bremen, Ger-
man goods, and 32 passengers, to F. W. Brune & Son.
Barque Solomon Sailus, Gray, 21 days from New Orleans,
sugar, cotton, pork, Lind, &c. to Cl rk & Kellogg.
dchr. Victormne, H iind ie. 20 days from Franklin, La. sugor
anid molasses, to Buthertord & Hurlbhut. Sailed in co. with
schrs. Samueli rl',.,,i. tVi.ji u, i..r New York, anrd Sariahi
Louisa, -- foi t i..,, i..r I 'I i iu, Independence, Davis,
for New York, ...11. v i 11, ,.. ..11ii Key Traveaier. saw a
large shi, ashorn', her sails were all b eni and appeared to have
been in tIh.it siimation but a short time; there re ae six wreck-
ers ahtigsidi. 2 in, lat. 34, long. 76, i'dl in with bria Frank-
lin, if Piortland, from (uayama, P. R. bound to New York,
with loss of bead of mainmast, spars and all of her sails; had
made a jill and trysailt wanted no assistance except some
sails, which we could not supply. 60 rniles east of Cape
Henry, s w whaling brig Pioneer, taking a whale.
Sc r. tQueen, Arey, 8 days from Boston, platee, to T. R.
MHt iews.
Schr. Star, Hudgins,6 days from P.ovidence, domestic and
ballaer, to ire master.
Schr. Fox, Harriniton. from Richmond, to T. Hooper.
Schr. Elizabethl Ann, Myers, from Havre de Grace, wheat
and rye, to Buck & Herr.
Schr. Plough Boy, Marshall, from Havre de Grace, wheat,
to John Boggs & Co.
Schi,, Columbus, Smith, from Havre de Grace, wheat, to
John Boggs 4" :o.
Schr. Saratoga, -, from Havre de Grace, wheat and rye,
to John BoeRgs & Co.
Sloop Exchange, Sutton, 2 days from Philadelphia, sundries
to Jos. Hlankey.
Sloop Cutter, Emerson, from Philadelphia, assorted cargo,
to John W. Blown.
Steam packet Georgia, Coffey, from Norfolk. Reports no-
thing.
Canal boat Stars &t Stripes, Miller, from Pittsburg, tobacco
and flour, to Lowry & Gill.
Canal boat Col. Bull, from Newport, flour and whiskey, to
James Girvin and Lowry & Gill.
CLEARED,
Barques Orb, Watts, Kiogtooi, (Jam.) Win. Mason & Co;
Baltimoore, Hlilil, Antwerp, E. Robinson; brigs Erie Gunby,
Rio de Janeiro, Win. udowell & Son; I. P. Sumner.%ordon,
'ort Spain, Trinidad, Hooper & Hardester; schrs. Esther E-
liza, Ryanrson. Halilfax, J. P. Adams; Daniel Webtir, Weeks,
Bostori, master; Grand Isl and, Paine, Be ton, Clark & Kel-
logg; Repeater, Stnrickland, Alaxandria, master.
The barque Paoll, Faller, for Baltimore, cleared at Newv
York 2l1st inst.
T'he barques Canton, Gibson, for Baltimore,in 2 or 3 dasi,
and Horntosia, Lambert, of do. unc. were at Montevideo 3d
ult.
The bri!; Colombo, Smith, arrivdat Boston 19th instant;
barque Ida,i Hallen; brigs Roman,, Eustis; Balimore, Parker,
and Ocean, i.l..:- .1 .t.. 21st; and schr. Plato, Pressy, do.
do 22d-all r ,I.n..rt,
The brig Eleanor, Jones, 9 days from Baltimore for Dema-
ramr, was spoken 6th inst. lat. 27, long. 64.
Thu m.r.,.- Al ,.u I r I .r Battinrre, cleared at Boston
210h i..I ,..I I'.i ...- .., ,, for do do 22d.
The schr. Wave, Rogers, from Ballimore, arrived at St.
John' N. B. 14th inst.
At Arecibo, P. It. April 26, schr. Lebanon, Htaltlet, for Bal-
timore next day.
Thie schrs. Grandee, Cozens, Milaroum, -, and Eagle,
Clarke, hence at Wilmington. N. C. 15thi, 16th and 17it inst.
The schr. Tom Wood, Symonds, for Baltimore, cleared at
Charleston 21 It nmat.
'l he sellr. Union, Smith, from Baltimore, arrived at Provi-
dence 19th iunst.
Correspondence of the Baltimore Exchange.
NORFOLK, May 27,7 P. M.
Arr. schrs. Elizabeth, Easton, from New York; Abigail,
Crane, from Riehiomond bound to Portland.
In Hnlamrpton toads, ship Delia Walker, from James River
bound to Rotterdam.
BOSTON, May 21-Arr. ship Dover, from Calcutta Jan. S0;
Sand Heast 27th; St. Helena Ap i 1. Spuoke M.y 6, lat. 27,
long. 64, brig Eleanor, 9 days from Baltimore for Demnarara.
Brigs Angola, fr m Mansainilla; Nauvoo, Matanzas.
Brigs Roman, from Bnaltimore; Ocean, do.
Office of the Journal of Commerce,
NEW iYORK, May 22, 11 P.M.
CI'd. ship Jessore, Manilla; barque Mary, Belize; brig Hud-
son, Baltimonre.
Arr. Br. barque Cosmoe, from Bristol. .a
Brig Cohansey, from Wihininaton. N. C.
Br. brig Paradise, from Newcastle.
Brigs Odessa, Ironm Lisbnn; George, (Sic.) Palermo.
Schrs. Mary Ann, from St. Croixs; Lycurgus, do.
Sehr Jaoseph ilowe, from Falmouth, Jain.
PHILADELPHIA, May 24-Ar. ship Edward, from Bus'
no, Ayres.
Scbir, signal, from Now Orleans,


RICHMOND, May 92-Arr. chdbr. Nassau, from New York.
Ochrs. Meridian, from Portsmouth; Elizabeth Jane, Bali.
Schru. Harriet, fm Phliadelphia; Flor del Mar, Portsmouth.
ALEXANDRIA, May 22-Arr. schr. L. L. Surges, N.Yoik,
Schir. John Emory, from Baltimore.
RICHMOND, May 23-Arr. echr. Union, from Boston.
Schrp. Josephine, frnm New York; E. S. Lambden, Bait.
NORFOLK, May 21-Arr. scbrs. Phebw& Eliza, from New
York; Vesper, do.
Schr. Pientice, from Boston.
The ship Vesper, bound to Antwerp, is on her way down
James River.
Si'd. schr Leo, Phi'adelphia.
May 2--Arr. -.'hRiE t, ii,. from New York.
CHARLESTON M .)',i t. i'.l Br. ship Wilson, Liverpoolt.
May 21, noon-Arr. ship Prentice, from Boston.
Barque Arethusa, from New York; brig Paul T. Jones, Phi-
ladelphia;schr. Rival, Key West.
C 'd. ship Majestic. Boston; schr. Tom Wood, Ba'timore.
CHARLESTON, May 22, noon-Arr. ship Chatham, Havre.
lir.- Fr,,.i.r,-. fr-..i IHavana; schr. Warrior, Matanzas.
S I'l ; i ;,o,..i I iverpoo;l Napier, Havre; Dan. barque
Apolloi, Flensbury; brig Gen. Sumter, Baltimore.
SAVANNAl, May 20-Arr. brig Prince de Joinville, from
Havant.
SAVANNAH, May 2 --Cl'd. barques Alchymist, (Br.) Liv-
erpool; LaGrange, New York.
Arr. s-chr. Two Sisters, fioun Baltimore.
MOB[I,E, May 17-Cl'd. ships Portsmouth, Liverpool; Ala-
bainan, New York; Ponmpino, Pailaselphia;schr. Coral, do.
Arr. ships Rienzi, from New York; Louisa, Boston.
Br. ship Corur ney, from Glasgow; Fr. barque Euphiosine,
H;-, r i t i ,Iti i r,. B oston.
M,,.'ii [, M .* 1,--Ci'd. ships Georgiana, Hlavre; Dublin,
dot barques Mearns, (Br') Liverpool; Suwarrow, New York.
Arr. ship Rienzi, from New York; brig Ann Eliza, do.
NEW ORLEANS, May 17-Ci'd. ships Avalanche, Havre;
Birkenhead, Liverpool; L'Union, Bordeaux; Henry Tuke,
Booron; Commerce, Philadelphia; John ounlap, Liverponol;
KatlharineJackan,do; steam ship New York, Galveston;
ba:que Cardinal de Chevrus, Bordeaux; brigs Pilgrim, Boston,
Ajax, tcnduras.
Arr. ships Alesto, from Liverpool; Persian, do.
Ship Vermont, fin Boston; barque B. Mezick, Phi'adefphia.
Brig Good Hope, fin Havana; schr. Litch'.field, Matanzas.


$10.OOO REWARD
BANK ROBBERY!!!
T HE FREDERICK COUNTY BANK was en-
tered by false keys, between last Saturday eve-
nine and Monday morning, and robbed of the follow.
ingfinrois, as nearly as can now be ascertained, to wii
In Gold, $ 10,049,31
In noles and bills of other Banks, and
Checks, 8,738.1(
In notes of the Frederick County Bank, 131,967,0(
State 6 percent Bonds, 6,001
State 6 per cent Certificates, 14,00(
5 per cent sterling bonds, 12,222
Making an aggregate of $185,976,54
At a meeting of the President and Directors of tnt<
Bank. they have authorised a reward of TEN-
THOUSAND DOLLARS. That is to say, 5000 dol.
lars will be paid for the recovery of the money, or in:
proportion lort whatever partof thewholesummay be
recovered,and 10,000 1or the recovery of the money
and the apprehension ot the robber.
JOHN P. THOMSON, President.
Monday, May 24, 1841. ma 25
A qAR1.-Uur sale, by catalogue, of ithe Fur-
niture belonging to Mrs. Donnell, Exchange
Place, commences THIS MORNING, May 25th in-
stant, at 10 o'clock precisely. We respectfully ask
public attention to this sale.
ma 25 WEVER, CANNON & CO. Aucl's.
4U YAL, & PATRIOT DOUBLOONiS-
Wanited to purchase by
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
ma 25 6t Exchange Place.
OR O I SALE.-A Sight Dralt on New Haven,
S Connecticut, for one thousand dollars, by
KELLUM & KELSEY,
0a 25 4t No. 18 Spear's wharf.
EXCUHANGEON PROVIDENCE, R. I.-
Wanted by
ma 25 WHITE i WILLIA MS.
"PECIE FUN DS--Drafts on Boston, $4000, at
4S sight, in sums to suit, for sale by
ma 25 WM GUNNISON, 99 Bowly's whf.
BROA I) % RROW FLOUR-24 bbls. lor sale
by ma 25 G. R. VICKERS&CO.
XTRA FLOUR-100 bbl-. white Wheat Ex-
tra-for sale by G. R. VICKERS & CO.
Yt Y .-10U0 blushels in store and lor sale by
R Ima25 G. R. VICKERS & CO.
BAKER WANTED-A German would be
preferred. Enquire at this office.
ma25 4t
IL UIE.-5000 Ibi, Gume firat ahd second quality-
SFor sale by JAMES BRUNDIGE & SON.
ma 25 d3t 68 Bowly's whf.
AVA COFFEE-o00 bags Uld Government
Java, a prime article, for sale by
ms25 W. H.BEATTY& CO.
ILN DRIEDCOHWN MEAL-in puncheons
and barrels-for sale by
ma 25 G.R. VICKERS & CO.
N O 0. SUGAR-33b hhrds, of good quality, fon
iNesaleby WITHING'ION& EASIMIAN.
ma 25 85 Biwly's wharf.
S. SUGAR- 50 hhds. part low priced. For
1 e sale by
ma 25 W. H. BEATTY & CO.
I lLAST'ER-31 tons on hoard brig Esther, rlo
sale by J. W, OSBORN,
ma 25 82 Bowlv's whf.
OHAN POTA I OES- A -4n1all 1.,- ilt-lii'.
LIL POTATOES best quality for seed. For sa'e al
175 Baltimore st. ma 25 3t
AU lD PAlP R--300 Reams Sand PAPEaK
or sale by JAMES BRUNDIGE & SON.
ma 25 d3t 68 Bowly's wharf.
t11AD-i-lU bbls. N. C. No. I Shad, lor sale by
S WILSON & HERR,
ma 25 d4t No. 71 ansi 73 Bowly's wharf.
V INE GA.R- In hhds. and:bbls, forsale very low
by G. M. ROBERTSON,
ma 25 d6t 50 S. Gay st.
IIAMPAGNE-Orange Champaigne, q's. ann:
pints; for sale by
WILLIAM B. NORRIS,
ma 25 d14t 256 Baltimore street.
C OUN TRY SOAP.- 8901bs.CountrySOAP,just
received and lorsale by
KERNAN & STILLINGER,
m_ 25 No. 17 Spear's wharf.
IDER-40 bbis and 10 lihtds Superior Refined
Cider, lor sale by
WITHINGTON k EASTMAN,
ma 25 8s Bowly's wtif.
I Nl lt 0-t .Mi ...7ho. :-- ,.i an .,i ,ll-.IN1,Il,;i,"
in orn ginal packages and broken to suit. On hand
anid lor sale by WILLIAM B. NORRIS,
mna 25 d4t 256 Baltimore street.
SAsi t-280kegs No. I and 2 Western Lard, in
S prime shipping order. For sale by
WHITE & WILLIAMS,
ma 25 lower endl Smith'" wharf.
SAGUAY KA UOFI,'Ef;-50 bags Old White,
J 50 bags Green Laguayra COFFEE; just receiv-
ed and for sale by WILLIAM B. NORRIS,
ma 25 d4t 256 Baltimore street.
J3OLASSES-17 ildas. prime quality suitable ior
L retailing, received and ftor sale by
G. M, ROBERTSON,
ma25 d4t 50 S. Gay st. next to Pratt.
L CHEIESE-Il00 boxes line old CHEESE,
said to be equal to English, for sale low to close
sales by BROWN & WILSON,
rma25 No. 52 South Frederick st.
ORtTH CAROLINA BANK NOTES-
L Bdrk Checks ani Certificates of Deposite-
Wanted by WHITE & WILLIAMS.
ina 25
a JL ) PU'lT WINE-50 doz. super old PFOR1
"'I \I., bottled 1830,suitable for medical pur-
poses. On band for sale by WM. B. NORRIS,
ir.a 25h d4t 256 Baltimore at.
Ill ; I,1lfilt SEHGARS-30,000 of very extra
4 -.,lt} For sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
ma 25 -,. 85 Bow lv's wharf.
AT t)SON CUOTTON yAttRN. No. 8i
St) %6, 'Twist & 'Twiliino, from the factories of
A. & RIt. Carrick and others, just received by
ma25 HENRY BEADEL & CO.
E)ENAA RYE.-275 bushels prime quality-on
I board schr. Elizabeth Ann-for sale by
BUCK & HERR,
in a25 8 Spear's wharf'
R IO COFFPE-275 bags; part prime and strong
scented-rec'd. per bainque MN. Hngg, and tor
sale by G. M. ROBERTSON,
ma 25 d4t 50 S. Gay st. next to Pratt.
SALTPET'IRE'& PlPPER-150 nagi Crude
S Saltpetre, 50 bags,Sifted Mallabar Pepper; land-
ing and tor sale by J. W, OSBORN,
ma 25 82 Bowly's whf.
iUYTIIE SNA1THS-3U dozen Barker's make
oftuperior quality; lor sale by
PEA rT h KEITH,
ma 25 Non. 27 and 29 South Charles st.
(IHAU--700 hbls. No. l N. C. Trimmed Shad,
k--landing and for sale by
WHITEIc WILLIAMS,
ma 25 lower end Smith's wharf.
CVT1I(S--50 dozen inman's and Waldron's
S brand ot Corn and Grass Scythes. For sale by
PRATT & KEITH,
r a "i Na. 27 and 29 South Charles street.
af'lT'F IIAVAN SUGAR, t~c.-3'i boxes
''v W. H. Sugar; 10 bbls. Crushed; for sale by
WITHINGTON & EAST AN,
inoM 25 85 lowlV's wthf.
t, ,, rjuA PpijNB PAPER-209 reams, suitable
d Iar Grocers, lor sale by
GEO. M. ROBERTStON,
rii 20 ett 50 Sout i Gay st.
L D P A& LOAF SUGAR -20 toxes Phila(!el-
it i.ta Lrmin Sugar, 20 do Single Loal do; 10 do
Boston Loal di; Ior sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
ma 25 85 Bowlv's whf.
O LD JAVA CO''FF1iE--50 bags Old Govern-
ment Java COFFEE, suitable fur family use;
just received and for sale by
WILLIAM B NORRIS,-
ma25 d4t 256 Baltimore slreef.
O ATS-3000 buih is, part Virginia, part Mary-
land and part Pennsylvania, which will be sold
at fair prices if applied for immediately.
PIER ZEIL,


rca 25 128 N. Howard st.
CANDLES AND SOAP-
130 boxes Jackson's Mould CANDLES
25 C..itg.-'. SOAP-For sale by
J M I-:E BRUNDIGE & SON,
ma 25 dl3w 68 South street. Bowlt's whf.
WRA PPING TWINE-25 bales Wrapping
TWINE, suitable for retail mnerchants; re-
ceived per schr Mary, and for sale by
PARKHURST & NYE,
ma 25 84 Bowly's wharf.
I HHDS. SUPERIOR N. ORLEANS
3 1 SUGAR; 25 hhds. and tierces N. 0. Molas-
ses; 350 bbls. New Orlpeans Molasses; landing and for
sale by RUTHERFORD & HURLBUT,
rea 25 I1 Bowly's whf.


BAUCON.
4000 LBS BALTIMORE CURED
4000 BACON, assorted
2000 lbs. Western Cured Bacon, assorted
30 kegs No. 1 LARD. For sale by
ma 25 PETER ZELL, 128 N. Howard st.
BEEF & PORK &c.-
50 bbls. BEEF, Mess, No. 1 and prime
250 do PORK, Mess and Prime
200 kegs No. 1 Leaf LARD
900 HAMS, small size and very superior
24 hhds. BACON. For sale by
ma25 G.R. VIClKERS & CQ.


COUNTRY BOARDING.
jIHE subciiber atid made arrangements to ae-
L cnmmolale a limited number of respectable
boarders tor the Summer months, at his residence, 5
miles from Baltimore, near the Frederick I uropiks.
There is an Omnibus running to Ellicon's Mills,
which passes twice a day within alboul 3u0 yards ol
the house. The situation is very desirable and the
house airy and pleasant. A line addressed to she
subscriber lett at the Counting room ol Erskine k
Eicbelberger will be attended.
ma25 2aw2w? A. 8. OGLE.
IMAN UFACTURED TOUBACCO-
67 boxes 12's lump, J. Crosby
18 do 16's do; Anderson &Mosby
z0j do lb. do; Holmes
Landing per steamboat and schr Dandalia, for sale
by CHARLES D. DE FORD &CO.
ma 25 63 Smith's whf.
ALT-150n sacks fine (Ashtons)
b5 500 do Ground ALUM, part cargo of
ship Alexander, now discharging.
IN STORE.
5000 bushels G. ALU M in bulk
1000 sacks do For sale by
ma 25 D. STUART, Pratt street.
FINEt N E TRAS.
T HE SUBSCRIBER is now receiving and o.
opening for retail, a super assortment of FRESH
TEAS. comprising GUNPOWDER, IMPERIAL,
HYSON, Y. si-il-iNand BLACKTEAS of extra
quality, to which attention of those partculer in the
article is askeut. WILLIAM B. NORRIS,
ma 5 dt ____ 256 Baltimore St.
BACON. PORK AND LARD.
d' a f lirfc lBS. BACON, hoground.
100sU 0 bright and dry.
30,000 Ibs prime HAMS
400 hbl8. Mess PORK
500 kegs No. I LARD. For sale by
WILSON & HERR,
ma 25 d4t 71 & 73 Bowly's whf.
VAN BRUNT & ADAMS,
LEXINGTON ST., opposite the MarketHouse,
FFER FOR SALE at prices very much redu-
ced, superior Baltimore cured and packed
Mess and Prime PORK
Mess, No. I and Prime BEEF
BAr'tN. Hamris, Sides and Shoulders
II M%'-. in baes
%,;IiIKr r BEEF and TONGUES. ma 25
It h WI W I .-Just received per Lax-
ington direct Irom Marseilles,
730 qr. casks and barrels ol MADEIRA,
427 hlids. and qr. casks of Port and Roussillon,
72 hihilds. of Sauterne and CLARET,
400 cases of M uscatt de Fioutignan,
117 baskets of Sparkling CHAMPAGNE.
The above Wines ere all nf tie well known brand
Grouset de Granter. For easle on liberal credit by
GRANVILLE S. OLDFIELD,
ma 25 d4t Lombard street.
1l5| I C WINES.
HE subscribers offer for sale the following
WINES, which they have imported expressly
for private sale, and warranted pure-
25 boxes Canolle, St Emihlion Claret WINE
40 Medoc, St. Julien do
20 Labarde do
]5 Daux St. Julien do 1827
25 Haut Barsac White WINE, 1834
25 Haut Sautern, Chateau L'Uquene
BRAUNS & POCKE,
ma25 No. 1901 Baltimore st.
OM S.-30bales Lousisiana Black .Dry MOSS,
landing from bark Solomon Saltus. from New
Orleans-flor sale by
JOHN THEODORE KALL,
No. 7 Commerce street.
IN STORE,
80 hhds. Kentucky Leaf TOBACCO
50,000 Havana SEGARS
35,000 lbs. Superior quality cuied PORK
8 casks Fresh MACE
25 casks Pearl BARLEY
3000 two bushel and tie Linen BAGS. A gener-
al assortment of German HARDWARE.
mna 25 d2w
IN s,;S-
VI18 casks Bordeaux CLARET
800 boxes do do of various brands
and vintages
?, casks Marseilles do
39 quarter casks do PORT
20 qr, do do MADEIRA
15 Indian barrels do do
40 casks White WINE, Vin de Grave
200 boxes doI do Haul Sauterne
CHA M PAIGNE. of the following brands-Bouche
and Fils, Anchor. Harrison, Golden Crown, Golden
Eagle, all of direct importation. For sale by
J. F. STROHM & CO.
ma25 d6t P No. 45 South Gay st.
lHEET' LEAD, &c.
S30 rolls Shest Lead. from 21 to 6 in.
20 bars Lead Pipe, to I j inch
40 rolls SHEET BkASS
100 bundles bright IRON WIRE, assorted sizes
6 bbls. Annealed WIRE, assorted sizes
3 sets TINNERS TOOLS
2 casks PEARL ASH
20 bblt. COPPERAS
300 bundles English HOOP IRON
O00 boxes TIN PLATES, approved brands
Tin and Iron RIVETS, Sauce Pan Haniles, &e.
20 kegs Composition SHEATING NAILS
25 bbls. bright VARNISH, 25 bols. Coal TAR
5 bbls. Japan do. In store and for sole by
BROWN & WILSON,
ma 25 No. 52 S. Frederick at.
RANDIES.-A complete assortment, princi-
pally of recent direct importation, viz-
Superior old Cognac, of the vintage of 1805
Do do do do 1818
Do do do do 1819
Otard,Dupuy & Colot the Pinet, Castillon & Co. of
vintage of 1834 the vintage of 1835
Do 1836 Do 1836
Do 1837 Do 1837
D)o 1838 Very superior old Cosnac
Do 1840 of the virri;,ces of 1805,
J. Hennessy & Co." 1834 1818 antil 1819
Do ". 1835 Pellevoisin, Alex. Seig-
lDo oi3t nette, A. Duissaut, Jr., J.
Do 1837 J. Dupuy, While Cognac.
For sale upon accommodating t-runs by
J. F. STROHM & CO.
ma25 P d4t No. 45 South Gay street.
S 1M lMER WINES, &c. &c.
HE SUBsCRIIBER has jut received and ban
on hand a choice selection ofthe undermention-
ed Wines, &c. viz.
100 cases CLARET, St. Estephe, St. Julien,
Braun Marlon, Chateau Lafitte, Palma Mar-
gaux and other celebrated Brands
20 cases Sparkling HOCK
70 do Red BURGUNDY, Volnay, Nents &
Chambertline
50 cases Sparlding rdo-& superior article
50 baskets CHAMPAGNE, with an asdoitment
of Madeira, Sherry, Port, and Teneriffe
WINES, in wood and bottle. London E I.
Pale Ale and Brown Stout, and Edinburgh
Ale in pints and quarts in prime order, for
sale on reasonable terms.
D. MclLVAIN,38 South Charles at.
,na 25 P
6, iMfO BOXES BUNCH RAISINS
W 100 l do do
100 qr boxes RAISINS
50 drums Smyrnis FIGS
50 boxes CLUSTER RAISINS
5 cases PRUNES,ill elasa jars
10 bags Englinh WALNUTS
10 PALM NUTS
10 Fresh FILBERTS
5 ALMONDS
20 boxes Shet'd ALMONDS
20 dozen sasor e. PICKLES
10 Tomato CATSUP
20 boxes CITRON
10 cases Table SALT
4 Liquorice Paste
25 Muscat WINE
20 assorted CORDIAL
20 baskets Olive OIL
30,000 Havana SEGARS
100 dozen Dotmhle refined Lemon SYRUP
25 bags GROUND NUTS
29 boxes ROCK CANDY
Also, all kinds ot Candy manufactured and put up
at the shortest notice. For sule low by
WM. LANAHAN & CO,
No. 165 Baltimore street,
ma 25 6t 4th dour East of Charles street.


IMPLEMENTS& SEEDS.
R OBERT SINCLAIR, JR, & CO, No. 60.
I eight street, offer for sale,
PLOUGHS-20 sorts, embracing every uReful va-
riety and form of mould-board-prices varying fromin
$3 to $15 eah.
Plough and Machine CASTINGS, at reduced pri-
ces.
CULTIVATORS for Corn, Tobacco, Cotton, ex-
panding and stationary.
Wheat Fanning MILLS, made on Rice's and other
improved plans;
STRAW CUTTERS, 5 kinds, among which are
the cylindrical, which stands unrivalled in this couon-
try for cutting corn, fodder, straw, Ic.;
CORN MILLS, 3 sizes, for grinding corn meal
and chopping rye for horse feed;
Corn and Cob CRUSHERS, Baldwin's patent-
Thisistheonly crusher that is yet in successful use
in this country-price $65;
Corn HUSKER and SHELLER, Goldborough's
patent-warranted to husk and shell 700 bushels of
corn per day, or shell, alter the husk has been taken
off, 1200 bushels-an A. I machine;
Corn SHELLERS, several kinds for hand and horse
power;
Vegetable CUTTERS-$3 a $20 each,
Centrifutial Disserminators lo r spreading lime, &c ;
GRINDSTONES hung on friction rollers ready for
use;
Revolving Horse RAKES, made with hickory teeth
and on the inmost approved plan;
Thrashing MACHINES, made on the spike prin-
ciple, and the same that have given such general sat-
isfaction the last three years;
Horse POWERS, on the planetary and horizontal
plan. The latter, like the threshing machines, stand
unrivalled for strength, power and durability;
Harrows, made on the most approved American
ands English plan.
Driill and Sowing Machines, for hand or horse pow-
er, amount which is a machine of late invention,
(price $15) lor planting corn, beets, turnips, &ec.-
made very simple, and performs admirably.
Ox Yokes and Bows, on the Yankee plan, and
greatlv superior to those in common use.
Rollers tfor gardens and fields, made with iron,
stone and wood.
Scythes, with hangings, complete.
Scythe Sheathes, common and patent-the latter is
a recent and valuable invention.
Swingletrees mane for one or three horses.
Grain Cradles, with warranledl scythes attached.
Agricultural tool, embracing forks, shovels, rakes,
trace chains, plough harness, axes, hay knives, grub-
bing hoes, bull rings, &c.
Garden and pruning tools-a large and general as-
sortment.
Garden hand plough.-Those who cultivate vegeta-
bles extensively should loose no tume in procuring
this valuable labor Faving implement.
Books on agriculture and management ofstock.
Trees and plants supplied at the shortest notice.
Garden Seeds.-The garden seed department it
conducted to great extent at this establishment. Seeds
ot the finest quality can be furnished which are prin-
cipally raised under the inspection of the proprietors
who spare no trouble nor expense in keel.ingL seeds
which will produce vegetables of the finest qqaimry.
Field Seeds, embracing cummou American and va-
rious new European sorts.
Priced Catalogues with the above description of
machinery, time of planting seed, &c. furnished gsa.
tis. me2S












UDAH & BLOCK offer tfor sale:
S87 barrels I.eal L\ R D
42 da No I BEEF
22 do Prime do
17 do Rump Pork. Landing from the Sol..
Saltus, from New Orleans. ma 25 4t
ONONGAHELA WHISKEY-159 bbls-
tsuperior lst proof Monongahela WHISKEY,
landing from barque Solomon Saltus, from New Or-
leans. For sale by
ROBERT GARRETT & SONS,
ma 25 P 32 N. Howard street.
JUGAR HOUSE SYKUP-35 hhds. ofa very
superior quality. For sale by
JOSEPH P. GRANT,
2d story No. 82 Bowly's wharf.
Who has for sale,
Two small SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK,
ma 25 6t
BACON-
60ohhds HAMS
47 do SHOULDERS
64 do SIDES, in prire order; for sale by
WHITE & WILLIAMS,
ma 25 lo er ead Smith's wharf.
o PATENT HYDRANT COCK.-
THE SUBSCRIBER IS CONSTRUC-
TING at his FOUNDRY, No. I1 LIBER-
TY STREET, BALTIMORE, the highly
improved HYDRANT COCK. adopted into
the Baltimore Water Works. The great ad-
vantages of this improvement, secured by
Letters Patent, are poseeqsing tightness in the part
from the direct perpendicular action of the piston,
and the great durability of the whole apparatus-com-
bining simplicity with security.
One of the most important features of this improve-
ment, in the structure of hydrants, is the disconnect-
ing of the bottom of the piston by a fixture that the
lilting rod may be drawn out of the ground without
removing the pavement. E. H. will connect the new
Hydrant to old pipe allowing for the old Hydrant.-
Single Hydrants sold to individuals, the Water Com-
pany laying pipe in new attachments.
No. 1. Hydrant attended to for fifty cents per year;
No. 2. Hydrant Ior wet ant clay situation,tte waste
ipe can be closed for nine months-opened January,
february, andl March, at $1 per year.
N. B. Plumbing and Pipe furnished.
ma 25 en6t* E HUBBALL.
T li UNg DERSIGNiEL Executors and 'ru'-
tees of the late Peter Hoffman, will offer public
auction, at l o'clock, on MONDAY the 14th day of
June next, at the Exchange, the following Stucks and
valuable Leasehold Propeity, viz:
160l Shares Union Bank of Maryland STOCK.
,Am No.l. A Three Story BRICK DWEL-
1 LING, on the north side of Franklin st, beiig
filJ the second in the row, west from Park street,
fronting 22 feet on Franklin street and the lot running
back 96 feet to a 6 feet alley; subject to a ground rent
of $100 per annum, payable semii-annually on l1st
January and e1st July. It is at present occupied by
Mr. L. W. Gosnell, at $325 per annum.
No. 2. A Three Story BRICK DWEL-
fffU LING, on the north side of Franklin street,
jJMw being the 5th in the row, east of Larew's alley,
ot the same dimensions, lot and ground rent as No. 1,
leased to Mr. Goldsboroughat $475 per annum, until
e1st September 1841, but out ot the rent $50 per an-
num are to be allowed to the tenant tor repairs.
A" No. 3. A Three Story BRICK DWEL-
11 LING,on the nouth aide of Franklin street,
= being the 4th in the row, east from Larew's
al'.ey, of the same dimensions, lot and ground rent as
No. 1, occupied by Mr. M. Potter, at $400 per ann.
L_ No. 4. A Three Story BRICK DWEL-
ITLING,attheN. E. corner of Franklin street,
mj, ani! Laiew's alley, ol the same dimensions,
lot and giounnn rent as No. I. It is at present occupi-
ed by Mh aI'ottingsr, at $400 per annum.
No. 5. A Three Story BRICK DWEL-
f1fLING, with extensive Back Buildings, front-
loUt ing 30 feet on the south side of Lexington
street, (between St. Paul and Charles st.) wilh a 4
feet alley in common with the adjoining property-
lot running 115 leet to a wide alley, and sutiject to a
ground rent of $240 per annum; payable semi-.annu-
ally 1st January and 1st July. which may be bought
out before the let January 1842 for $4200. Occupied
by Mrs. Jenkins at $ 1000 per annum.
Terms of Sale-One third cash, one-third in six
months, and oti-.third in twelve months, wilh inter-
est on the credit payments from the day of sale, se-
cured by the bonds or notes of the purchasers, satia-
factorily secured endorsed. Any other information
may be obtained by application to the undersigned.
S. OWINGS HOFiFMAN,
WM. A. HOFFMAN,
EDW. HOFFMAN,
Executors and Trustees of P, H. (lec.
ma25 HOFFMANS i CO Aucts.
V ALUABLE SALE.-The undersignedl, by
virtue ofa power of attorney, executed to hinm
by the proprietor, will offer at public auction, on the
premises, on MONDAY, the 31st day of May, 1I41,
at 4j o'clock P M., a valuable LOT AND PARCEL
OF GROUND, sitnaie, lying and being in the city
of ,allimore upon the west side of William street,
between Hamburg and Cross street, fronting thereon
261feet 4 inches, and extending back westerly 81 feet.
- ^^,On this Lot of Ground are erecledl 2 comfotbrt-
'Nl able new two story Brick li[eliir g HOUSES
JAinR-calculated for small l-milIt,,-, .iii of the
best materials, under the immediate supervision of
the owner thereof, and now renting for $6 each per
month. Tnis property is situated in a healthy neigh-
borhojd, with excellent water very near to it. The
terms of sale will be made known on the day ofsale.
It is subject to the payment of the annual ground rent
of, $--. The properly will be divided so that one of
the houses shall occupy each lot.
ma 25 eo4t R. H. MOALE.
E XECU'TOR'S SALE.-By virtue ot a power
in the last will if John Hargrove, the under-
signed his executor, will offer for sale,at auction, on
the' premises on WEDNESDAY, the 16th day of
June next, at'f10 o'clock, A. M. that lot ; I ground,
in fee, fronting twelve and a half on the South
side of Hawke street, and running back sountlherly for
depth 50 feet, being distant25 lest west fromin Concord,
formerly Warden street;-and the same lot that by
deed bearing date the 2d day of December 1822, and
recorded among the I'nd Records of Baltimore' Coun-
ty in Liber W. G. No. !66, folio 123, was conveyed
by John Merryman and others to tte said John Har-
A grove. There is on said lot a two story brick
11 HOUSE, which has rented for several years
L past for $7 per month, and being near the
Centre Market, it is like ever to command tenants.
Terms all cash or one third cash and the residue
nn credit of 6 and 12 month, wilh in terest andl securi-
ty. EDWARD HINKLEY, Executor.
ma25 2awts H. W. BOOL, Auct.
P DSTPO :I)- S8%I.E OF VA.1,.l%.BLI.
PHOPEHI V ON HIGII "\'\,i E.\l 1 EAf HAI.-
TIMORE I-IEErT -lu p.r-u.u,.'- ,,i a.i.r.r p of
Baltimore County Court, sitting as a Court of Equity,
the subscriber as trustee, will otflr at public sale at
the Exchange in the City of Baltimore on SATUR-
DAY the 29th of May inst. at the hour of 1 o'clock,
P. M. that valuable lot otground sand improvements,
situate on the east side of High street, near its inter-
section with East Boltimore street, it being a part of
the property particularly described in the last will
and testament of the late Elizabeth Brown, bearing
date the 20th day of April 1826, and which will is du-
ly recorded among the records of .the Oirphans' Court
tor Baltimore Cu>unty, in Lib. D. M. P. No. 13, fulio
238, Sc. The lot which adjoits the dwelling of F.
Henderson, Esqr. fronts on High t. filly seven leet
more or less, and runs back a depth of about one
hundred feet, except on the north east corner' where
about eight feet square were formerly taken off to ac-
commoedate the adjoining lot. About tIlirty feet oi ttie
f front lot are covered by a lares and commodi-
f ous three story brick lIiWLLI.lNiN with a
spacious back building and every convenience
fir the accommodation ara large end g-t-l.-l usmly,
a large and well arranged cellar, a ',n.-l, .- t-iuu-t and
a hydrand in the yard. In point of tact, this is one
of the best dwellings now offered lor sale in that sec-
tion ef the City. Taking off the part of the lot oc-
cupied by the dwelling, &c. there are leit twenty-
seven fset with a suitable depth which wouhl serve
forandther large dwelling, or would answer for TWO
STORES, which mnght answer from the propinquity
of the lot lothe great tnior..uic-,f,,. East Baltimore st.
OnU hearear of the 27 tel ]>.t *a brick Stable If
purchasers should desire it, tlb lot will be divided as
above described, and in that view a plat of lhe premi-
ses will be eXhibuteul at the time of the sale, before
which day they can be examined by any oni calling
upon the tenant in possession. Tomres of sale one-
third in acsh, balance in six ard twelve months with
interest fi-om day of sale, the credit payments to be
secured by approved endorsed notes.
ROBT, PURVIANCE, Jr. Trustee.


ma 25 H. W. BOOL, Ainct.
POST'ONID SALE OF VALUABLE
HOWARD ST. PROPERTY.-By virtue ofa
decree at Baltimore County Court, sitting as a Court
of Equity, the subscriber as trustee, will offer at pub-
lic sale'at the Exchange in the City of Baltimore on
SATURDAY, the twenty-ninth of May inst., at the
hour of I o'clock, P. M that valuable Lot of Ground
and premises, lying on the east side of Howard street,
a few doors north ot Saratoga street, it being the same
property which was devised to Isaac Trimble of John,
by the will ot his grandfather, Isaac Trimble, dated
on or about the 20th of November, in the year of our
Loid 1822, and which property was then subject to a
groundil rent, which has since been bought out and ex-
A.&tinguished.-The improvements oni this lot
consist ofa Two Story BRICK BUILDING,
n known is No.92 on Howard At. and which
builuiug would make two Stores for a retail business,
leaving the dw-ljing with back builidne for a board-
ing house. Tn' ,ml, having a front of 25 leet on Le-
rew's alley; two small buildings could be erected on it
with a sufficient depth, as the whole lot runs a deatth
oh about 167 feet from Howard street to said alley.
Terms of sale one-fourth in cash, balance in six,
twelve and eighteen months, with interest Iroja day
sale, to be secured by'approved endorsed notes.
ROBT PURVIANCE, Jr. Tiustee,
nma25 eo3t S. Frederick street.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE-Thatthiie
subscriber has obtained from the Orphans Court
of Baltimore County, letters testamentary, with the
will annexed, on tne personal estate of ANN S. RO-
GERS, deceased. All persons having claims against
the said estate are hereby notified to present the
same to thesubscriber, on or before the 24!h day of
September 1841, or they may otherwise by law be
excluded from all benefit of said estate All persons
indebted to the said estate are requested to make pay-
ment to the subscriber.
Given under my hand, this 24th day of May 1811.
HENRY CARROLL, Executor.
ma 25 law4w P
IIHIS ISTO GIVE NOTICE, That lie sub
J scriber hauh obtained from the Orphans' Court
of Baltimore County, letters (.f 'lr,,,iin,,arli,.n on the
personal estate of FRANCIS "ITF.EVN--',i.N, late of
said county deceased. All persons having claims
against said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit
the same with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
on or before the 26th day of November next; they may
otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said
estate. All persons indebted to the said estate are
requested to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 24th day of May, one
thousand, eight hundred and forry-one ,
EDWARD STEVENSON,
ma25 law4w* Adw'r
F HIS iS TO61 GIVE NOTICe', Tnal tlie sutn-
I scriber baa obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Baltimnore Couitl5, Ird len rs ,'.imirialt.,n on the es-
lateolJAMILS LUURTAIN, lale ol .ial county de-
ceased All persons having claims against said es-
Islae are hereby reqirested to exhibit the same, with
bthe vouchers neineoi, to the subcrrber, on or before the
5 day of June next; they may otherwise by exclu-
eml Ieom all benefitol said estate. All persons in-
debied to said estate awe requested to make immediate
payment.
Given under my hand this 21st day of April, 1841,
JAMES CURTAIN,
S25 law4t* C' Admi'r,


NOTICE,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD.


H KCHANGE i the hour of arrival of th
Mail train from Philadelphia renders it neces-
sary that a corresponding change should be made in
the depaitureof the Morning Cars for the West.-
Notice is therefore hereby given, that on and after
WEDNESDAY NEXT the 26th instant, the Passen-
ger train tor Ellicolt's Mills, Frederick and Harper's
Ferry, will be despatched from the Depot in Pratt st.
at 91 instead oh 7A o'clock A. M. the present hour of
departure-of which travellers will take notice.
The Extra train for Frederick will continue to leWve
at 3" o'clock every Evensng, with which, as well as
with the morning train, Passengers from Washington
can still connect at the Relay House. By order,
ma 25 RCS B. CHASE. Agent.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
GREAT MOuJTHi-ERN UNITED STATES
MAIL LINE, DAILY TO THE SOUTH!


M iilc IN MINI' *I AT p.H.A-LLtULl4,
h h ,. . r .% i ,- 1 I Ie b r _,- h B j % i [,r l l r l l,,,
anJ l 'i-,ln h'li Rail! t-,.d, h.i.k 4" ILIIr- 1 l h. ll ho ',")
travelling through the Dismal Swamp at midnight, o-
ver one of the worst Rail Roads in America, and
then are often compelled to lay over 17 hours at Wel-
don, one oh the most unhealthy places in the whole
Southern country.
TRAVELLERS FOR THE SOUTH are inform-
ed thatby taking the Cars at Baltimore. for Wash
ington at 9 A. M. th$y proceed without one moment's
delay, via Washington, Frederiaksburg, Richmond,
Petersburg, Weldon, and W ihnington, to CHARLES-
TON, S. C.-reachina Charleston the second morning
after leaving I.\l. II MI ,IiL..c.j often ONE DAY in
ADVANCE of any other Line,-the Companies on
the route being bound by the Post-Master General to
make the following quick Schedule:
Leave Philadelphia. 12 P. M. reach Baltimore, 8 A.M.
Leave Baltimore,at9 A.M.reach Washington 1I A.M.
Leave Washington, 11 A. NM. reach Fred'burg,6 P M.
Leave Frederickb'g,6i PM.reach Richmond,I 1 P.M.
Leave Richmond at III P.NM.reach Petersburg,l A M.
Leave Petersburg at A. M. reach Weldon,6j A.M.
Leave Weldon, at 7 A. M. reach Chariestion the
next morning--(j-Of(en 24 hours in advance ot a-
ny other line.
Passen.g-r by this Line, not only often repch Char-
le-t .i ,, IN DAY SOONER than by the Bay Boats,
but they avoid being .mt-I..l to remain all Nieht
at Weldonr, on the Roanoke.-one of the riost UN-
HEALTHY PLACES in the whole Southern coun-
try,-where. hy the Bay Line, they are often DE-
LAYED SEVENTEEN HOUR!!!!
Passengers for RICHMO)ND and PETERSBURG
will find this Line far the moetexpeditious,-arriving
at Richmond to Lodge, (as will he seen from the a-
bove Schedule,) on the evening of thoe day on which
they leave Baltimore, being from 16 to 18 IHours IN
ADVANC. aof those taking the Bay Steam Boats.
This is also much Ithe nearest, quickest, and chean-
est route to the interior of Virginia, North and South
Carolina-at Petersburg, Virginia, commences the
route by way of Raleigh, N. C.-145 miles of Rail
Road from Petersburg to that City. Stage Lines
branch off trom the Raleigh Rail Road to the old
Piedmont Lina, to Milton, Danville, &c.-and to
Knoxviide, (Tenn.)
PASSENGERS for the Raleigh and Gaston Rail
Road pay through to Petersbuig, Va.
Fare lower than any other line!!!!
For further information and Through Tickets, ap-
ply at the Office of
STOCKTON, FALIS & CO.
Adtjoining the Philadtlphia Rail Road Office,
ma 25 Pratt st. Baltimore.
FOR HOLLIDAYSBURG.




HE Canal Boat JOHN FORREY, Miller, mas-
ter; will take freight for the above place tsnd
intermediate points on the Juniatta Division, and sail
on Thursday morning. Apply t,i
WILSoN & HERR,
ma 25 43t No. 71 and 73 Bowly's wharf.
FOR THEi JUN IATA.




HE Canal Boat COL. BULL, will load at our
warehouse This Day, for Newport arid other
towns along the Juniata. For ft'oight on the lowest
terms, apply to LM BY & GILL,
nit 25 75 Bowly's whf.
SDESPATCH-LINE-FOIR-'I I ['BUht-.-




HIIE Canal Boat STARS & STRIPES, will load
at our warehouse This Day, and a'art ip tow of
the Gov, Wolcott. Freight taken on the lowest
terms. LOWUY & GILL,
ma 25 75 Bowlv's whf.
j FOR FIEIGIIT Oit CHAIRTC.K-
s Ti', coppered atd copper fastened schooner
SALLY ANN, Wm. Pattison, master; burthen a.
bout 1250 bbla. Apply to Ithe master on board, at
W. B. Jones & Co's. Ship Yard, or to
LEVIN JONES,
No 41 Light street wharf.
Who has forsale, received by said vessel-
40 hhdIs New Orleans bUGAR
150 bbls. MOLASSES
20.000 lbs BACON. __d41* ma 25
_" ilkli I.SDr lhm .- 1'- truirn i.i'i in. "111
'.-ippeePd and copper fastonned brig A II I A,%
B. hit ll,, master; will sail in a few days tor the a-
bove port. For passage, having fine cabin eccom-
modations, apply to LAMBERT GITTINGS,
ma 25 d6it Exchange Place.
.FOR SAVANNAH-The line brig RO-
U BERT BRUCE, Capt. Fitzgerald, widl have
quick despa:ch. For freight or passage apply to
JNO. K. RANDALL,
ma 25 P 10(4 mhith's wharf.
Ji- FOtm l1HAitLES'.1ON-TIe line brig
WANKINCO, Capt. Howland, is nowloald-
ing and will he despatched soon. For freight or pas-
sage apply to
THOS WHITRIDGE, 12 &S 13 Bowly'swharf.
JNO. K. RANDALL, 104 Smith's wharf.
ma 25 P
u F'oR NEW VORliK-(Browa's "Peuiar
Line)- The packet schr. E. A. SI'EV-.N ,
B. Briggs, ma-ter; can take the bulk of 200 bbls. to
complete lier loading. For freight apply to
J. W. BROWN.
ma 25 P 59 Sini h's wharf.
'oIl. N l!V ,V OlI-KiOhl Keguniar Line
--The fine regular packet schr. ENMMA, J.
Cole, master; new loading and will have despatcl.-
For freight, apply to ISAIAH M ANKIN.
ma 25 P Corner Gay ,.i..u 1',;,, -.o.
leer.01. PIIiI.A IJLLPIII.i -:-.,i.la, .
anl Line--'I'tis day-ITshe line sloop EX-
CiAiNGE, Sutton,nmaster. For freight apply to
JOS. HANKEY,
ms 25 Corner Pratt st. and Spear's wharf.
..M.; eo.t i'Hlilt..D'LPlt -- -lI i,i.- '7'--
-lacil's Canal Line-Thue packet sloop CUT-
IER, Emmerson, master. For freight apnlv ti>
J. WV. Iltlum*\,
ma 25 P 59 Smith's wharf.
f NORFOLK PACKEI1S--Hooper's Oid
Line-On Saturday- The schr. PASTORA,
Crigliton, master; at Spear's wharf, will sail as above.
For terms apply to THOS. HOOPEt,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-Jas Hooper & Sons. ra 25
IJFTlOLLK ANL Prtl'ERSBUSKus
PACKETS.-New Lineu-To go to Peters-
burg whaif.-Sail on Saturday-The line schooner
LOIS, H. Hutchison, master, is now loading at head
Frederick st. wharf, and will positively sail as above.
For Ireight apply on board, or to WM. MOORE,
ma 25 Corner Smith's wham S& Pratt st.
NO tl,'OlOLK. AND 1ETEBSBUItG
PACKET.-Regular Line.-To go to Peters-
burg wharf on Saturday. A regular packet is now
loading and sail ao above. For terms apply ta
JOS. HANKEY,
ma 25 Corner Pratt st. ansl Spear's wharf.


SFUaR ICIHMON 1., DIR Ci'--Kegu.
S lar Line-On Saturday-The line schooner
.0 All \ BRIGHT, Bright, master; is now loading
head Spear's wharf, and will sail as above. For
freight apply on board, or to


ma 24


JOS. HANKEY,
Corner Pratt st. amt Sopear's wharf.


It lCIICMOND PACKEITS-New i.nne
Tosailon Saturday-The line schooner JOHN
AI.R, F. Holtlingshead, master; is now loading at
head of Smith's wharf, and will positively sail as
above. For freight apply on board, or to
WM. MOORE,
ma 25 Corner Smith's wharf & Pratt st.
S1(1| I ii- 1(31 .1 I A 1 .K __it. I- ....i ,1 li-ii
Line-To sail on Wednesday-The line schr.
ROCHAMBEAU, Morgan, master; at O'Donnell's
wharf, will sail as above. For terms apply to
THOSE. HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-Jas. Hooper & Sons. ma 25
S.FOR F'KEIGHT OR tC'HARTER.-
Thme schr JOSEPH GORHAM, Cdpt. J. N.
Wiallams; will stow about 1400 bbls. now in order for
a voyaae. For terms apply to E.P. COHEN,
ma 25 P 74 Bowly's wharf.
A VA0 -t) '*o CHARTER-A VES-
.! .ti in tbbis capacity A poly to
ma25 P E.1P. PCOHEN,74 Biwly's whf.
WA TED 'I'ED---- ti "li -I... ,1 aoJ
% -I t,... nI i, 1 -,,.... A plli IL.
ma25 P J. W. OSBORN 82 Bowty's whf.
-U COLtunSBIi CHII% ItOI-It,-.'S-
TERRITORY.
THE fast .airI L p* *r fastened and cop-
pered ship I A I. '- N N -., Spalding, master;
'al .,- from New York on her second voyag" to the
Columhia River about the hst of July next-touch-
ing at V.tlp a ,i...din the Sandwich Is'ands for sup-
plies. I'".r I- t .-.f passage, having furnished ac-
commodauioi- I1I 1lt passengers, apply to
A.G. & A. W. BENSON,
31 Old Slip, New York.
Another ship will be despatched as above about the
1st of Feby. 1842. Application for freight or passage
may be made to WELD & JENKS,
ma 14 P No. 8 Bowly's wharf.
FH DED RI('K-KBHll R( P -G'KE'I's-
& Regular Line-The good sloop ELIZABETH,
Captain Gilmere, is receiving freight fbr the above
port, and will positively sail tI-morrow (Fuesday ev-
ening ) Apply to GEO. W. FORD,
ma 24 8 Light st. wharf.
I L \ I H,,U-Nt \ \ E K I-.11 i i-C L N I .
fUNURNER, 10 North street, has just received an-
T other supply of the above .-' hilh, ii.'] hrest-
ing work at 3 ceLts a number. I, n- ir.ci-itlv the
cheapest, and one of the best works ever published-
the same amount of reading in the volumes costs $2.
50, being double the price of l the above edition. Go
to Turner, 10 North st. near the Post office.
ma 25 It
PHILADELPHIA FUNJSI
A LSO, I
DELAWARE, Wanted by
VIRGINIA arid I
SNEW YORK J
EXCHANGE and BANK NOTES.
LUDLOW, PARSHALL & CO.
ap30 No.I 111 Baltimore street.


THEATRICAL NOTICE.-NEW NA-
TIONAL OPERA HOUSE, Corner of Leonard
and Church ktt, in the city of New York, to Lease.
The public is informed that this splendid establish-
ment, with all it, beautiful Sceneries, Wardrobe and
Properties, is now offered to lease for a term of years.
Application to be made to the subscriber, in person,
or by letter, post paid,at the office No. 46 Wall street.
in the city of New York.
N. B. None need apply but such as are prepared
to give undoubted security Ior the terno of their lease.
OSCAR W. STURTEVANT,
ma 25 Iwit 46 Wall street.
FRONT STREET THEATRE.
W ANTED 100 SUPERNUMERARIES
fuor the sew Spectacle. Apply to Mr. FOS-
TER, at the stage door, between the hours of 3 and 6.
ma25 2t*
A UTION.-AMIHERST J. HOYT, snipped on
board the brig Henry P. Sumner as Mate, re-
ceived his month's advance and has since absconded.
The above is designed to caution other persons, that
they may not be deceived in the same way.
Ima 25 4t HOOPER & HARDESTER.
9b:-The New York American, Philadelphia United
States Gazeltte, and Chaileston Courier, will publish
the above ta amount of one'dollar each and charge
this office.
BALTIMORE REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
18.SOUTH STREET.
ILL be sold at public sale t0 pay vnffa mort-
gage on the premi-eq, on SATU3DAVY 29th
day of May at 4 o'clock P.M.a valuable lot of ground,
situate ouni the earner formed by the north side of
Franklin street and East side of Republican street,
fronting about 200 feet on fIranklin street and about
128 on Republican street to Sarah Ann street, in fee
simple. Also for sale 4 two story brick Dwelling
I HOUSES with basement stories nearly new,
about 13 leet front, the c1t1 are h28 feet deed
S to Sarah Ann street, and adjoining lhe above
property on Franklin street; this property will be sold
on accomodating lerniams andi deserves the attention of
capatahlsts, Leing also in fee simple, and now ten-
anted by punctual lenants-Terms at sale or by ap-
plying to mra25 PRS FOWLER &TYSON,
A-& FOR RENT-Tnat large anl enmomodi-
M1 ous tour story brick WAIt-.HIt '-E No. 53
Baitimore st. now occupied by Mr. Wm. F.
boctee, as a queensware store. Possession can be
given the first of June, For terms esquire of Doct.
Charles Jackson, No. 4 N. Fned'k. st.
ma 25 '6t'
IO'k ItE R NT-The desirable twon story
DWELLING with spacious back building,
f No. 72 Camden st. norlh side, between Sharp
and Howard sts., with extensive yard and Glrdlen
attached, and alleys communicating back anti front.
Being newly papered and pamtAd &c. ts a good and
permanent tenant the rent will be made mnoderats.-
Apply to G. M. ROBERTSON,
ma 25 50 S. Gay St. one door from Pratt st.
STATE ARMORY AND TOWN HALL
LOTTERY, will be drawn on THURSJ)AY,
at 2S o'clock. Lowest prize $6. Tickets $5,(hares
in proportion -78 numbers-13 drawn Ballots.
SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF 815,(-6t 127 PRIZES OF;$130
I do. 5,000 63 do. 100
1 do. 2,500 61 do. 50
20 do. 1,1000 63 do. 40
10 do. 500 63 do. 30
10 do. 301 136 do. 20
10 do. 2501 3780 do. 10
20 do. 200 23436 do. 6
30 do. 150
6fl-For sale at the
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE,
No. 146 Baltimore St., near Light.
And of any of the Ageits.
P.S. The Lottery dealing public are ,g,;n r-mind-
ed that all the Town Hall Lotteries are vI.., t i-.3 pur-
port to be-full and fair schemes; and owing to the
moderate commission allowed to agents on retail sales,
the chance in favor of adventurers in the Town Hall
lottery is from 10 to 20 per cent. greater than in most
of the schern's offered to the public, ma 25
DOYLE'S EVER LUCKY OFFICE,
NO. 24 PRATT STREET,
Oppo'ite the Baltimore antd Ohio Rail Road Depot.
NEXAMPLE'D LUCK, contunue-to favor
the patrons of this TRULY LUCKY OFFICE.
Country and city patrons have been bountifully sup-
plied wilh Capitaul Prizes in each succeeding .ottery.
Comb. 27 65 70, the Grant Capital Prize of $10,000,
whole ticket was sent from this office per order, to a
gentleman in Chambershurg, Pa, Alexandria Lolt-ry,
class 19, drawn May 18th; combination 37 54 77, a
prize of $2,000, sold to a citiz-n, Maryland State
Lottery, 37, drawn May 21st; a prize of a $3,000; comnb.
16 53 60, a prize of $3,000, Comb. 53 56 74, a prize
of $1,500, sold on Saturday last, in the V,,i. r, Lees
burg Lottery, class G, drawn May 22nd. I ne above
are but the capital prizes sold at this aVER LUCKY
orFFICE during last week, besides innumerable prizes
of a less denomination. The following are the drawn
numbers:-15 53 16 60 75 33 74 6 19 56 7 38.
On TUESDAY, The Alexandria Lottery, will be
drawn at Alexandria, D. C. Capital prize $7,000
Tickets $21,-shares in proportion.
On WEDNESDAY, Maryland Slate Lottery, class
38. Ca;ilal prize of $12,000, and 20 prizes of 81,-
000.-Tickets 84, shares in proportion.
On THURSDAY, Alexandria Lottety, will he
drawn. Capital prize $8,000, Tickets $2, halves
$1, quarters 50 cents.
On FRIDAY, Maryland State Lottery. Capital
prize $20000. Tickets $5,- shares in proportion.
On SA'IUIDAY, a Giaud Union lottery will be
drawn at Alexandria. in which there are
THREE GRAND CAPITAL PRIZES OF
5.000 DOLLAIIS.
MAKING $75,000, ALSO, lou PRIZiS of $lu00.
Tickets $ 10,-shares in proportion.
For sale in the greatest variety of lucky numbers, by
the package, single Ticket or-share.
Oar patrons at a distance will please forward their
rr.l.- 9 as early as possible. Address MICHA1,-L
D h I.E, 24 Pratt Street, Baltimore. ma 25
AT'I'E NTIN OF DISTANT_ CORRES-
PONDENTS THROUGHOUT THE UNION,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
TO THE FOLLOWING GRAND AND
MAGNIFICENT LOTTERY -Orders address-
ed to HEISLER CO., my rely on the most prompt
and confidential attention; we recommend packages in
thiu Spleiitid Lottery, as by this mo I,- ..I a., i,...;1,
you have double the chance for tte in..iii p.,.i, I.,
instance, a package of 25 Whole Tickets at $10 each,
comes to $250, and they inu'tdrawthe wor-t possi-
ble luck $Ju2, which leaves only to be paid for the 25
whole tickets 4 i, 1. hares in proportion. A package
may contain 'I H. FOUR HIGHEST CAPITAL
PRIZES, WHICH AMOUNTS TO
6 3.00i DOLLARS.
BESIDES THIS SPLENDID CHANCE THERE
ARE 100 PRIZES OF 1,000 DOLLARS EACH!
There never was a better opportunity to adventure
a package. We respectfully invite the attention of cor-
respondenstefar and near to this Splendid Lottery, and
would respectfully urge them to forward their orders
without delay. Promptitude and punclUality may be
relied upon. prizes are paid in cash only. All Lotteries
in which we sell Tickets a5e authorized, ant drawn
publicly under the superintendanice of Cuinmis8ion-
ers appointed by the State. Remember the address,
HEISLER 4- CO.,
BALTIMORE, MD.
RICH AND BRILLIANT SCH-lEME,
75 NU'MBEIS. 12 DRAWN BALLOTS.
UNION LOTTERY, Class No. 3, for 1841, to be
positively drawn on SATURDAY, May 29tu, 1841.
at Alexandria, D, C.-.D. S. Gresory 4. Co., Managers.
K. HEIsLER 4- CO..
A gents for D. S. Gregory & Co.
3 PRIZES OF 26000 DOLLARS, MAKING
75*000 DOLLARS,
100 PRIZES OF 1,(100 DOLLARS, MAKING
100.000 DOLLARS,
GRAND SCHEME,-A SMALL ADVENTURE
MAY SECURE A FORTUNE.
I PRIZE OF $25,000 10 PRIZES OF $5110
I PRIZE OF $25,l000 20 PRIZES OF $300
I PRIZE OF $S5,000 85 PiIZES OF $IBO
1 PRIZE OF $8,000 63 PRIZES OF $80
I'PRIZE OF 520P80 63 PRIZES OF $60
100 PRIZES OF $1,000 16 PRIZES OF $50
Tickets only $10,--Halves $5,-Quarters $2,50),-
Eighths $1,25. We will is'ue certiticates of packag-
es of 25 Whole Tickets $148; 25 Half Tickets-for $74;
25 Quarters $37; 25 Eighuths $18,50. A package con-
tauns all the Noe. ii the wheel, irom No. 1 to No. 75,
as we stated above, may draw the lour highest Ca-
pital Prizes, we again urge distant adventurers to for-
ward their communications without delay,and remem-
ber the address E. HEISLER & CO.


No. 1 North Calvert street,
Baltimore, Maryland.
When we send Certificates,the tickets are in all cas-
es placed in Bank for security, and the Drawings sent
per the Bal'imore Sun, or by letter (if requested,) as
soon as over.
DRAWS ON NEXT SATURDAY, May 22nd,
Splendid VIRGINIA, Class 9.
CAPITALS.
p35.295 $ 10.O00
&c., &c Tickets $10, shares in proportion. Address
ma 18 II HEISLER & CO.
[t O Ii i "i-* N "s -OFF I CE, ,/
SO BALTIMORE STREET,
BELOW THE FRANKLIN BANK.)
ONE OF THE RICHEST AND MOST
MAGNIFICENT LOTTERIES, offered for a
long period. Prizes in the entire scheme, counting
upwards of HALF A MILLION OF DOLLARS,
to be drzwn on the 29th of this month, (May.) Con-
respondents aind others at a distance, disposed to ven-
ture, have now a fine opportunity presented of trying
their fortune, peradventure realizing an independence
for life. The subscriber has sold in past Virginia
State Lotteries, no less than seven of the highest Ca-
pitals, net ing upwards of Two Hundred Thousand
Dollars, besides a countless number of other handsome
prizes. Orders in the following Grand Scheme. Ior
prompt attention and lucky numbers, should be sent
without a moment's delay.
3 PRIZES OF ^$35.000.
UNION LOTTERY.--By Authority of Laws for
Internal Improvement in Alexandria, D. C.-StIte
Tna, .,,,, Dlaware Collee and Common Schools it)
-I. n !M.I. of Delaware.-Useful Manufactures in tue
State ofSouth Carolina.-Green and Pulaski Monu-
m(nt in the city of Savannah, and State of Georgin,-
Public Institutions in the States of Louisiana and Ken-
lucky, class No. Four for 1841. To be drawn at
Alexandria, D. t'..on SATURDAY,29th May, 1841.
D. S. Gregory & f'.. MlanazPis
Rill II SCHEME.
3 PRIZES OF'1 PRIZE of '25,000 ) ARE
PRIZES0 OF PRIZE of s$25.00'1 $7 !
$25,000. (1 PRIZE of ,'ij)7'000
1 PRIZE OF $5,000 1 $5.000
1 2,080 2,080
100 PRIZES OF l,o00 ARE 100000
10 ,' 500 5.000
20 300 6,000
85 200 17,000
Besides many of $100, $80, $60, $40, &c.,&c.
IN ALL OVER
$500.000.
Whole Tickets $10only, Halves $5. Quarters $21.
Certificate of a regular package 25 Whole Tickets,
which can draw three of the highest prizes will be
sent for only $S i i
25 Halves ; t
25 Quarters 37
25 Eighths 18
For the Capital Prizes, please address your orders
to E. W. ROBINSON,
80 BALTIMORE STREET,
BALTIMORE. MD.
ma 11 TuTh&Sa-6t
B ILLS ON LONDON, nor sale by
ma24 P WM. HOWELL&SON.,


FRONT ST. THEATIE-N. Y. CIRCUS.
AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE.
IESSRS. BARTLETT & DELAVAN,
Il at Ihe solicitation of many influential families
in the city and vicinity ot Baltimore, inform the pub-
lic, that tiey have made arrangements to open the a-
bove Theatre lor an AFTERNOON PERFOR-
MANCE, for the accommodation of the Juvenile
Members of Families and Seminaries on SATUR-
DAY NEXT, the 29!h of May, when a variety of
well selected Equestrian recreations, light and amus-
ing Stage Entertainments, Vaultiug and other Gym-
nastic Exhibitions (to be found in the bills ot the
ilay) will be combined, to render the performances
worthy of general alt-ntion, without interfering with
the usua'r arag-,inimti ofthe evening performance.
Doors .,ill t- ',.I.- t half past two, performance to
commence at three o'clock. Places.should be early
secured rt the Fox Office. ma 25 d5t'*
AMERICAN THEA'T'RE AND CIRCUS,
FRONT STREET.
NEW YORK CIRCUS COMPANY.
FOURTH AIV;HT OF THE CELEBRATED JU-
VENILE COMPANY.
ENTIRE CHANGE OFPQUESTRIAN PER-
FORMANCE.
On THIS EVENING,May 25th, 1841,
The P ertermatnce will comminenee with Grand En-
tree of the TWELVE PEKIN GUARDS; or, The
Jingling J,,,r.i.-; of 'anton.
Master iLI'..Nliii\ will appear in the Circle on
his Arab Steed, as the PRINCE OF MINGRELIA,
taken from thie Drama of Timour the Tartar.
Will be repeated by very particular desire of numbers
oarm families, the
SPRITE OF 'ITHE SILVER SHOWER;
OLD JOE SWEENY, and his Pupil, YOUNG
CHESNUT.
First appearance of Miss L. WELLS, on Horse-
back, as MERRY BACCHUS, GOD OF WINE, in
which she will pourlray her astonishing powers of
Pantomime.
Anew Petite Military Scene of Action, performed
by the Juvenile Company, called
CIIA RLES 12T'I'H;
Or, The King and ihe Deserter.
fjl-In preparation and will shortly be produced un-
der the direction of Mr. Joseph Foster, a New Mag
niflcent anrd u equalled Equestrian Spectacle, called
ST. GEORGE AND THE DRAGGON; or, The Se-
ven Champions of Christendom.
For particulars see Bills.
e ---.. B'.. 3, 50 cents, Pit, 25 cents, Ptrincipal Color-
ed Gill. o .) cents, Second Colored Gallery, 25 eta.
fpj-Doors open at 51 o'clock-performance to com-
mence precisely at half pa-t 7 o'clock,
O0j-An Efficient Police are engaged under the able
direction o! Messrs. ZELL and 1IDGELY. ma25
BALTIMORE MUSEUM,
AND GALLERY OF THE FINE ARTS.
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CALVERT STREETS.
IHE IlMan igrg-s-9 has much pleasure in inform-
Iog nh,- p,,r l,, ,t, she has effected an engage-
ment with the celebrated
BO'TON QUARTETTE CLUB,
MESSRS. B. B. BAILEY, W. H. WELLINGTON,
A. H. POND, AND W. WHITE.
Who will give their First
CONCERT,
AT THE SALOON OF THE MUSEUM.
On THIS EVENING,
& CONTINUE EVERY EVENING rmURING THE WEEK.
PR(OGRAMME.
PART I.
Introdurtion-Piano Forte-Variations, Bril-
liantes, sur uin theme de Beethlboven, par. C.Czerney.
Quartette-"Liuzow's Wild Hunt," Von Weber.
Trio-"Lady of Beauty," Knvyett.
Song-Wellington-"The Horn of Chase," Gilitbrt.
Quattitte--'Fisherman's Glee," Stevenson.
Trio-"Merily, merrily bounds the Bark," Willis.
Quait-tte-"Near the Lake," C. E. Horn.
PART Ii.
Quartatte-"Ha;l nnnili 4 Mon," Spofforth.
Song-White-' I'nn I, from my Native
Home," J.H. Hewitt.
Qiuartette-"Gipsy's Chorus,"-op. Preciosa, Weber.
Trio-''The Bold Ouilawv," Bishop.
Song-Bailey-"The Carrier Dove," Johnson.
Q'iartette-"Speep On," Herrmann.
,:,- X.....-. .X..c- to the Museum and Saloon ONLY
;l n I -
Saloon performancee to commence at half past 8
o'clock, precisely.
liAW JORtK UHINA %ILKS.
PEREMPTORY SALETO CLOSE a CONCERN.
BY S. DRAPER,JR.
54 WVILLIAM ST. CORNER OF PINE ST.
ON FRIDAY,28th May, at 11 o'clock, for appro-
ved endorsed notes at 6 months.
4 Ako CASES CHINA SILKS, to be sold
y without reserve, c.r,n'ii, of 7\8 black
friuged LEVANTINES, do. ,%r, i.-i borders; blue
black SEWINGS; 30 inch white PONGEES, 4-4 bl'k
LEVANTINES; darma'k embroidered Crape Point.;
High colored SEWINGS; Cloth do; Sardlers do;
br:tck and dark blue do; embroidered Crape Shawls;
black Sinchews: black Sarsnets; printed Pongee hkfs,
high col'd Crape Shawl, lor exportation, &c.
Catalogues ready,aud goods exhibited on Tuesday,
25th uinst
New York, May 21. P
I~2'~I~bS!~AL >lN~itlI LI% t
110 *l KRY, fonr Internal Improvement
in the District of Columbia, class No 20 for 1841.-To
be drawn at Alexandria,. D. C.. TO-DAY, May 25th,
1841.-D. S. Gregor k4 Co.. Managers.
SCHEME.
I PRIZE OF $7,1100 5 PRIZE OF $500
1 2,080 5 250
5 1,000 5 200
Tickets $21, shares in proportion.
-t04 f16,9k 20 PRIZES OF $1,000.
$1 ~.000 R, oo
NI Maryland Stale Lottery, class
No. 38 Ifor 1841.-To be drawn at Baltimore. Md., on
TO-MORROW, May 26th, 1841.-D. S. Gregory 4
Co., Managers.
SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $12,(00I 1 PRIZE OF $2,131
1 5,000 1 1,5(00
1 3,000 20 1,000
Tickets $4,-shares in priporni.-.,..
tr-For Tickets apply to D. S. .I(L., tl"' & CO.,
Managers, Corner City H1-otel, IBaltimore. inma 25

OR Patalso-, sinel| Tickets or shares in the ftbl-
F lowin' %I.1 alu|l III UNION LOT I'ERYT, or
prompt and careful attention, should be addressed to
the old e-tablished house of EMORY & CO., No. 2
Calvert street, Baltimore, who forwarded 3 weeks
since, in a i.. c', *., of a Whole 'Ticket, to Chambers-
''1.1g. Pa., ti.- t,i ..i Capital Prize of 12,000 lI)IOL-
I. 1;', an undeniable fact, that to draw a prize you
have only to purchase of EMORY & CO. The draw-
ing will be furisthed free of expense.
UNION LOTTERY, Class No. 4, for 1841. To
be drawn at Alexandria, D. C., on SATURDAY,
May 29. 1841. By authority ofLaw, &c.-75 Num-
bers-12 Drawn Ballots.
GRAND CAPITALS.
THREE PRIZES OF
$^.5.000. $S.OOO
$2,080, 100 PRIZES OF 1,000 DOLLARS
TEN PRIZES OF FInVE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
20 OF $300O!-85 OF $100"! &c.
Whole Tickets $10,-Halves $5,-Quanters $2,50
Eitl.ths 31,25.
Regular packages of Tickets, the State Agent
EMORY & CO., will issue at the following prices
25 Whole T'ckets $148 25 Quarters $37
25 Haltf Tickets $74 25 I .l.h $18 50
For Managers Tickers and Sham-, ,n this Grand
Lot ery, address
EMORY & CO.
No. 2 COALVERT STREET,
Nearly opposite Barumn's Hotel,
ma 19 WIeFr'aln&Ta-4t Baltimore, Md.
t 500 '10 BE INVES'I'EIIN A
permanent Ground Rent. The
security must be ample. A rent yielding an interest
on said muj. ii-;' t be created at this time. Apply
to I. & .\ SPURRIER, l-exington st..
ma 22 d4t West of Law Buihlingu .
7iy TONS AN'l'HK5,ACIIT5O COAL, Iron
SlL the Wilksbarre mines. Persons who have
tried it pronouince it a superior article. For sale on
pleasing termsi-Enquire of
GILBERT CASSARD, Jr.
ma 22 4t* McEhdcrry's wharf.
I3pll) WATER CANAL TOLL NOTES,
lB, I's, 2's, 3's (oc Sale at a liberal discount, by
J. L, NICHOLSON & BRO.
AI.SO FOR SALE-Baltimore and Ohio Rail
Road Notes; Franklin Bank Notes-and American
Gold;-Cnesapeake and Ohio Canal Notes, bought
and sold.
gt- WANTED Va., Pa., Del. and Western
Bank Notes. ma 22 d4'*


A SEMPST'ESS WANTITD.-A white wo-
man, to act as a SEMPSTRESS, and assist in
taking cars of children. Good recommendations will
be required; liberal wages will be given. Apply at
this office. ma 22
'UBtIE ADV' EIITISEl;itm. ui,~ [ ol enuuniloy-
l ment, arid being qualified to act in any capaci
ty, as a clerk or general assistant, would try to make
his service. valuable, particulaiiy where neatness
and system are observed. Any concern requiring a
runty andl permanent assistant will get very good re-
lerences. Please address (with real name). Enquirer,
at thisa office, and will be promptly attended to.
ma 22 d41*
$INLNEW YORK FUNDS at sight
$8 x M in sums tI suit purchasers, for sale
by A. SCHUMACHER Si CO.
ma 24 d8t S. Charles st.
E -XCHANGE ON ENGLANIO.--E200, or
3 sale by J..I. CORNER & BRO.
ma24 P d4t
EW YORK. & Pilli.ADELPHI FUNDS
iU in sums to suit purchasers, for sale by
ma22 d4t P ALEX. BROWN & SONS.
ElEW YORK FUNDs wanted,
SPhiladelphia do. For sale by
uma 22 CARTER, MNORTON &CO.
A SIGHT DRAFT on New York, lor $1248-
55. For sale b} THOS. WILSON & DO.
ma 21 48 S. Gay st.
A CHEICK ON NEW YOttai, or $179) 85-
for sale by R. LEM MON & CO.
ma 21
&LIG'tT DRAFT on Boslon i.r ,m ,',, lor
*' sale by JOHN btuu.,a N. 1 .0.
mn a 21
UNITED STA'A'ES BANK NOTES, want-
U edby NORMAN & COURTNEY,
mi 21 No. 49 5. Gay st.
DRA FTS ON NE kW YORK,PHILADEL-
PHIA & BOSTON, for sals by
ma 19 JOHNSTON &LEE.


SUPERIOR FAMILY BACON.
WVE offer lor sle our usual stock of HAMS,
SHOULDERS AND SIDES of our own
curing, in quantities from a single piece upward.-
Hotels, steamboats and families may depend on get
ting an article of the choicest quality at prices unusu-
ally low ta suit the times:
LARD), in small kegs
SMOKED BEEF, and
BEEF i0'NGL!'[S. always on hand.
G. CASSARD &SON,
ma 24 d3w 67 Ca'vert street.
GREEN TURTLE AND SoFT CRABS
EUROPEAN HOUSE.
B 9 ved a small lot of very fine
GREEN TURTLES, from
Nassau, and will have ready at
eleven o'clock this day, Soup,
,Steaks and Fins.
He has also some very Fat SOFT CRABS to be
served at same time.


By R. Liemmon 4' Co.
THIS DAY, the 25th instant, at eleven o'clock,
at the auction stores, Buchanan's wharf, the cargo of
the schooner Gallant Mary, consisting ot-
/11 HtHfIS, PORTO RICO SUGAR,
.14 1 part represented to be very superior.
iLSO--TIh- c_ ie t!e schr. Lebanon, viz:
S1O I .1111 U. PORT10 RICO SUGAR
I 59 casks do MOLASSES
R. LEMMON &CO.
Will be added to the sale TH1- DAY-
50 CASKS SUN RAISINS
S 40 kegs do do
550 halt boxes Bunch do
71 boxes and halt boxes damaged do.
ma25 R. LEMMON &CO.
BUILDING MIATEkIALSAT PUBLIC
SALE-On WEDNESDAk AlTERNOON,
thae26th instant, at 4 o'clock, all the materials com-
posing that la ge building, situate on the south side
of Pratt street, between Sharp and Howard streets,
and well known as the 'Repository.' See advertise-
ment ot Win. Gwynn and others Trustees. The pur-
chaser will be allowed three weeks to remove the ma-
terials from the premises. R. LEMMON & CO.
ma 17
By RoWft. Taylor 4' Co.
NO. 8 GERMAN STREEiT.
O N THURSDAY AFTERNOON, 27th inst
at three o'clock, in lots from the shelves, an as-
sorlment of SEASONABLE DRY GOODS.
mae24 R.A. TAYLOR &CO.
By John R. Wright.
NE CHANCE LEFT.-To those who wish
t obtain bargains there will be an opportunity
offered on TUESDAY, the 25th of May, at 9 o'clock,
A. M. at No. 2 Centre Market Space, viz.
300 Lots of STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS-
AT AUCTION.-Being the remainder of that valua-
ble, extensive and seasonable Stock which has been
sold so unreservedly from lime to lime, and which
will be sold in like manner, and in lots to suit purcha-
sers.
As the sale is positive in order to close the concern
and tha Goods being well selected, and consisting ot
a great variety much too numerous for a hand bill, it
will be well worthy the attention of all dealers, both
Town and Country. The flag willdesignate thestore.
Terms cash, in current funds.
Sale to comrinenee at 9 o'clock.
JNO. R. WRIGHr, Auctioner,
ma 24 3t 1 No. 2 Centre Market Space.
9.; y.. Whiteley,
S. CHARLES ST., ONE r, OR FROM LMBARD.
RUSTEE'S SALE OF SHOES, BOOTS,
HATS,&c.--l will sell on FRIDAY NEXT,
the 28th ilust. at 10 o'clock, at the store lately occu-
pied by Kidder & Wardwell. No. 169 Baltimore st.
one door west of Charles-tue entire stock of BOOTS,
SHOES, H ATS, UTEN SI LS, STORE FIXTURES,
&c. of said store, and which have past into the hands
of the trustees f'r the benefit of the creditors of said
firm. Terms of sale, all sums under fifty dollars,
cash, and all sums over that sum six months credit,
to be secured hy notes, withapproved endorsers.
ma 25 1' A. WHITEIEY.
Dy J. F. Osbourn 4' Co.
No. 32. S. CHARLES STREET.
ON TUESDAY MORNING, May 25, at 10
we will sell without reserve some very new Ca-
binet Furniture-I Book Case and Secretary;I Bu-
reau Secretary; Brussels and Ingrain Carpets; Solas;
and Chairs: Pier Tables; Centre Tables; Pier Glasse.;
a surerior Piano; dressing Bureaus; plain Bureaus;
Sideboards; Wardrobes; high French and low Post
Bedsteads; double and single Mattresses; Cradles;
f.....l,ii G(!.--. Card Tables; Breakfast and Dining
%'. i,. r...,, Tables; Wash Stands; Work Stands;
Windsor Chairs; Eastern Rocking Chairs; 3 cases of
Eastern Clocks; 2 idoz. English Cut Glass Tumblers;
4 doz. Decanters; Venetian Blinds; old fashioned So-
ha; Oil Cloth for halls, passages and carriages, &c. &c.
Bankable money only received,
rna 22 J. F. OSBORN & CO.
By di. W. B0ool,
60 BALTIMORE STREEt'.
T O DRY GOOD DEALERS.-Independent
of the large sale of DRY GOODS, for THURS-
DAY, May 27, 1841, at my store at 10, will be added
1800 (doz. of Colored THREAD, from No. 18 to 26
From the best manufactory.
ma 25 H. W. BOOL.
TO TIHE LADIES AND ADMIRERS OF
PRETTY THINGS-More Flowers from Phil-
adelphia-On FRIDAY MORNING, May 28, at 10.
by printed Catalogue, at mny store about 800 pots; a
fawwilh be named to wit: Commencing with all the
various Roses, and Lemons and Oi,,;- in, luill vigor,
with Grape Vines of various kind, .,u-Ill.,; Japon-
icas; Geraneumins; Azelias; Cape Jesemines; Olean-
ders; Cactuses; Dahlias; Rhododendrons,. &c.
ROSES-We also enumerate as part of the choice
andt elegant ,ssartmnent of Roses, which are warrant-
ted true to name, viz. King of Roses; Aurora; Victor
Modeste; Tbea Golcondi; White Tea Scented; Yel-
low and Illush do; Hortensia; Bourbon; Red and Flo-
rence dto; Camelia dto; Pink and White Noisette; He-
mosa; Niisette Amnen; Carmine Noisette; Gloire de
France; Otahite and Sanguina; yellow anud white
Banksia; Kentucky and daily Roses; Indica Menor;
new Russelevinun; While and Red Moss, &c. &c.
with a great variety of hardy garden plants. Terms
cash in Bankable money. A cash Deposite will be
expected at lime of sale.
COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR RENT.-Will
he rented on the first of June for the season with pri-
lege ut as long as desired a comfortable Dwel-
ling with stablinz, &c. about one mile from
5 'the city. For further particulars apply to Win.
T. Hamilton, at H. W. Bool's Auction store, No. 60
Baltimore st. H. W. BOOL, Auct.
ma 25 4td
HIP PLANK AND FLITCH TIMBER
FORt ALE.--y virtue ot an order of the Or-
phans' Court oftBaltimore County, the undersigned
will sell at auction, on Wednesday the second day of
June next, at five o'clock P. M. at the ship yard of
Mr. Duncan, on the south side of Thames street, be-
tween Market street and Ann street, Fell's Point, a-
bout 17,000 leet of Oak Ship Pl,ink, in lots to suit
purchasers, and also a quantity of Flitch Timber.-
Terms of sale one-thiru cash cash, one-third in two
months, and the their i third in four months from day
olsale. The purchaser giving notes bearing interest
with approved security.
EDWARD HINKLEY,
Executor ot Charles Chase.
ma25 eodts_ RP__ _H.W. BOOL, Auct.
VALUABLE BUILDING LOTSON FAY-
ETTE STREET AND PARK LANE.-The
subscriber will offer at public sale, on the premises,
on TUESDAY AFTERNOON, May 26h. 1841. at
past 4 o'clock, those four beautiful BUILDIN(G
LOTS, situated on tole south side of Fayelt- street, a
few doors below the Methodist Church and Cove at.,
and immediately opposite to a handsomne Dwelling
.^L. HOUSE auid improvements erected by Col.
IlWBSamuel McClellan. Each Lot is eighteen
.HlflUfeet front on Fayette street, and runs back
a depth oh ninety eiglttfeet to a lhree and a half feet
alley. Immediately af'ter the above, will be offered
four ..1,., Lots on Paik Lane, in th- rear of the
lots o-.. F .,i ,:,le street. Ttese lots are about 15 or 16
teet each, and rnn back, say ab uut fifty test, or a tit-
tle less to the three feet alley above mentioned. As
the owners wish to sell, bargains may be expected.-
Terms liberal, and will be announced at the sale. A
plat of the lots can be seen hanunina up in the area of
the Exchange. R. PURVI ANCEJr.
At 5, same afternoon, on the premises, the FINE
LOT OF GROUND on Fayette, near Pearl, on which
is a yellow Frame DWELLING, 25 feet
froent,80 lest deep ta a 10 feet alley, by some
repairs this will pay 20 per cent including the
ground on the rear on which there is room to build 2
fine houses. Terms at sale.
ma 24 H. W. BOOL, Auct'r.
STOCKS AT AUCTION.--Merchants and
Franklin Bank teck, Baltimore Coal Cd. Also
a Ground Reni. ,A" -ietiiu ,loilars, well secured,-On
TUESDAY NiuiN, IPin 25, 1841. atone, at the
Exchange, 3 shares of Merchants' Bank; 1 do Frank-
lin; 2 do of Baltimore Coal Co., and eighty dollars on
a Ground Rent in Albemarle, between Plowman and


Lombard sts. Terms at sale, which is positive.
Oa THURSDAY M..mi,. May 27, 1841, also at
my store, 500 Colored FPHI N I ,. principally Religious
Historical and Polilical,probably for design, execu-
tion and character have n-t been exceeded. These,
with 2000 a-sorted PRINTS just trom London, are
for private sale-the trade will be entitled to a large
discount. In addition to my auction for this day, I
shall sell a very fine collection of Furniture, Stiaw
Carpeting; Hair Mattresses, &c., with the stock of
Hardware and Dry Goods from a country establish-
ment.
Please notice the very extensive sales of Landed
Property; Impreved Lots, D)wellings, Ground Rents,
&c. &c which is advertised in this and other news-
papers lor auction this and the ensuing week.
For private sale, recorded on my books, 220 pieces
of Ground, improved, &c.
ma22 SMT H.W. BOOL, Auct.
D13S!itABLE (GUOO4.
E B. ESTES.-No. 187 Baltimore stret,-
0 Offers for sale-New style LAWNS, a large
assortment and a variety of the most beautiful styles,
Fillet Milts and GLOVES, cf the best quality,
Plain Fi ,ne i, BIk and Blue BIk SILKS,
Plain !'ii', .. Blue BIk Mouslin de Lain, very fine;
New style'chena MOUSLIN DE LANE,
Linen Cambrick H DKFS. a large assortment,
Bl'k, Green and White Fillet for Veils and Rich
Fillet VEILS,
New style Bonnet RIBBONS, very cheap, to close
Paper CAMBRICS, bl'k, white & colored, very fine
Cambric INSERTING and EDGINGS
German Linen HI)KFS; Green Worsted Barage
Cambrc MUSLIN, Jaconet do, Mull do, Book do
Swiss do and Bishop L.AWNS
GAMBROONS fine quality, Plaid CAMBRICS.
ma 13 St*
A CARl).
JOHN D EARLY,
No 269 Balto, street, opposite the Eutaw House.
R ESPECTFULLt informs Merchants and
dealers in Provisions generally that he has on
hand and for sale a quantity of BEEF AND PORK
(in barrel-;) also Dried BEEF ROUNDS AND
TONGUES, BACON and LARD of his own Balti-
more packing and curing. He is desirous to sell and
will sell upon favourable terms, and earnestly solicits
a share of the public patronage. ap 21
LIVEOsIiORe & CUSHING.
No. 3 HANOVER STREET,
AVE JUST RECEIVEO, and offer forsale,
at reduced prices, 10,11,12 and 13-4 WHITE
COUNTERPANES, of superior quality, ma 24
f&URS. GOVE will give Lectures at the following
At, places-
At the Universalist Vestry in Calvert st. on Tues-
day and Saturday Evenings, at 8 o'clock, commenc-
ing this Evening- FREE.
And at Dr. Monkur's ILecture Room, Ann street,
Fell's Point, on Wednesday and Thursday Evening,
at 8 o'clock, commencing this Evening,
Admission to the above Lectures for a gentleman
and two ladies 50 cts. Single Tickets 25 cts. Teach-
ers of Public Schools admitted free; their pupils half
price. The Lectures to Ladies at Baptist Vestry,
corner of Sharp and Lombard at. every afternoon at
4 o'clock. ?6t*


I ItIBRIE&FARNUM.


JOSEPH BOlZARD, A GF-NTS for "Alexander's" celebrated SPOOL
ma 11 dtf S coiner South &S Lombard st. A.k COTTON, No. 7 Seuth Charles at. ma6


PUBLIC S WLES.

Samuel M,. Over, awctioneer.
S. E. CORNER OF LOMBARD STREET, AND
MARSH MARKET SPACE.
EXTENSIVE PAWN BROKER'S SALE.
-I will sell on WEDNESDAY MORNING
NEXT, 29th inst.atlO o'clock, at my stoute,),by or-
der of Mrs. J. Storm, (late Mrs. Smith) a great vari-
ety of unreedeemed pledges, consisting in part of the
following articles, viz; gold and silver lever watches;
do lepine do: common do; assortment ofjewelry:new
and second hand clothing; musical instruments; bed
clothing boots and shoes; womans apparel,of all kinds,
clocks, Furniture, together with a great variety
of articles, generally found in an establishment of the
kind, all ot which will be sold to the highest bidder.
Terms cash in bankable money.
ma 24 S.H. GOVER, Auct.
HIGH CASE EIGHT DAY FAMILY
CLOCK.-ON WEDNESDAY MORNING
NEXT, I shall add to my sale, one good eight day
family Clock, bass works, and walnut case-sold to
pay a debt. Terms cash, bankable money-rno reserve.
inma 24 S.H. GOVER. Auct.
My J. 1. Gross.
OLD TOWN AUCTION STORE, No, 88,COR-
NER OF N. GAY AND FRONT STREETS.

STOCK OF WELL SELECTED GROCE-
S.4 RIES LIQUORS. &c.-I %ill sell on TUES-
DAY 25th, at 10 o'clock in Forrest street, 1 door from
French street, a well selected stock of Groceries and
Liquors, the property of a gentleman retiring from
the business, in part Loa', Lump and Brown Su-
gars; Rio, St. Domingo and Java Coffee; Imp Gun-
powder, Y. Hyson and Skin Teas; Molasses; Olive,
Sperm and Common Oil, 10 casks Cheese, Stirch,
Nutmegs, G. A. and fine Salt, Maderia Lisbon and
Teneriffn Wines, Cognac and Dominestic Brandies,
Holland and County Gin,N. E. Rum,Jam. Spirits, old
Whiskey, Cordial, Vinegar. With Stand Casks, Store
Fixtures, Scales, Weiglts, Measures, &c. &c. Also
12 firkins Butter and Lard. Terms cash, bankable
money.
ma 24 J. I. GROSS, Auct.
RLEANS ST PROPERTY FOR CASH
0 -1 will sell on WEDNESDAY 26th at 4 o'clock,
on the premises, a LOT OF GROUND situate on the
west side of Orleans street third lot from Spring sat.,
fronting 14 ft. and running back 80 ft. to a 10 feet alley.
A- Impwved by a substantial and well built two
story Brick DWELLING HOUSE conveni-
M gently arranged for a genteel family. Terms
cash. ma 20 J. I. GROSS, Auct.
EXECUTORS' SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTY.
BY VIRTUE of the lat will and testament of
Luke Tiernan, late of Baltimore city, deceased-
the undersigned as Executors will offer at public sale
on TUESDAY,.25th May, at onie o'clock, at the Ex-
change, the following valuable real estate andi lease-
hold property.
No. 1. LOT AND HOUSE at tie north east corner
of Ann and George street, Fell's Point, binding 40 feet
on Ann street and 20 teet on Geitge street. The im-
JAp provements beitig a two -tory Brick HOUSE
under rent to Mrs. Bi,, t being the same as
M was conveyed in ftee by William H. Tiernan,
Tiustiee to Luke Tiernan by deed bearing date May
8th. 1832, and recorded in liber W. G. No. 218, folio
96, &c.
No. 2. LOT AND HOUSE on Ann street, Fell's
Point, adjoining the above, frounting 31 feet OR Ann
street with adept of(5 teet The improvements be-
ing a two saory Brick HOUSE under rent to
Mr. Despeaux, the Lot is suuj.'ct to an annual
ground rent of $60, being the same as was as-
signed by J. H. Staples to Luke 1 ietuan by deed da-
ted the 16th June 1829, and recorded the 20th June
1829.
No. 3. LOT AND HOUSE on North Charles st.,
the late residence of Mrs. Ti,rnian, dceased, being
part of the Lots distinguished on thle p.ot ol Hall's ad-
dition to Baltimore by number t56 and 157, fronting
23 feet 7 inches on Charles street, with a oreph ol 75
A,, feet9 inches. The imp, ovemenits being a 3
MT# story Brick DWELLING HOUSE faithfully
IIUlbuilt, being the same as was conveyed in fee
by the Trusteesofthe Catholic Cathedral Church to
Luke Tiernan by deed dated -the 8th June, 1822, and
recorded in liber W. G. No. 166, folios 155 &c.
No. 4, LOT on the north side of Fayette sir et (199
feet from the north east corner of Pine and Fayette
sts.) fronting (96) ninety-six leet on Fayette street
with a depth of one hundred and fidty feet to Vine
street, and will be divided into 4 building Lots of 24
feet each, being the some as was conveyed in fee by
L. Pascault to Luke Tiernan by deed i0th November.
1814 and recorded January 16, 1815.
No. 5. Part of Chatsworth, on the north side of
Sara;oga street 50 feet from the northeast corner of
Pine and Saratoga streets, having a front of 424 feet,
on Saritaga wiIh a depth of 118 feet to Peach alley,
this Lot will be divided into 18 building Lots.
No. 5. Part of the same on the north side of Sara
toga streets, between Pine and Chatsworth streets,
having a front of 85 feet inches on Saratoga street
and a depth of 118 feet to Peach alley and will bedi-
vided into five building Lots ot 17 teot I inch each.
No. 6. Part of the same on the rouht side of Mul..
berry street between Pine and Chatsworth streets,
having a front of 135 feet 5 inches on Miulbeiry street
on a depth of 1;8 heet to Peach alley, will be divided
intS) 8 Lots of 17 feet 11 inches.
No. 7. Part of the same on the east side of Pine st.
between Mulberry street and Peach alley, having a
front of 78 feet on Pine street and a depth of 72 feet
and will be divided into 4 building Lots.
No. 8. Part ofthe same on the soulthi side of Mul-
berry street between Pearl andt Pine trees, having a
front of 109 feet, 6 inches on Mulberry street, with a
depth of 118 lest to Peach alley, and will be divided
into 6 building Lsts of 18 feet 3 inches.
No. 9. Part of the same on the south side of Mul-
berry street, between Pine and Pearl streets, fronting
43 feet on Mulberry street, being two Lots of 20 feet
and 23 feet each with a depth of 11l8 feet to Peach al-
ley, there is a small Brick Tenement on the rear of
23 feet Lot.
No. 10. Part of the same on the north side of Mul-
berry street, between Pine and Pearl streets, fronting
77.1eet on Mulberry street with a depth of 137 feet to
Pierce Etreet,a'id will be divided into 4 building Lots.
Also a LOT adjoining on the south side of Pierce st.
f, .i.i u-g feet 7 inches on Pierce street with a depth
el01 I ii.r[.
No. 11. Part of the same on the north side of Mul-
berry Street, between Pine andt Chatsworth streets,
lifronting 110 fee I 10 inches on Mulberry street with a
depth of 136 feet 10 inches to Pine street, and will be
divided into 7 building Lots ol 15 feet 9 inches.
The wholeot the above described property parts of
Cha'sworth, being the same as was conveyed in tee
by D Bowly to L. Tiernan by deed 30th July, and
recorded in liber W. G. (No. 91) ninety-one, folios
103, &c.
No. 12. LOT on Cove street, N. W. corner of
Franklin street, containing 345 feet on the west side
of Cove street, with a depth of 650 feet to Schroeder
street, in tie rear. Schroeder street is laid out in the
rear of this Lot and George street will divide it cen-
trally, so as to term two squares of about 90 building
Lots, and is worthy the attentros of capitalists. The
improvements are a rough cast Brick DWELLING
HOUSE and Stabling, &c., with a Brick Ten-
ement on Cove street. This property is now
l in the occupancy of Mr. Alexander Falls,and
is subject to a small ground rent of ($ 18,66) sigh.
teen dollars and sixty-six cents per annum, being the
same as was conveyed by C. Johnson to L. Tiernan
by deed the 20th August, 1803, and recorded in liber
W. G. No. 77, folio, 83, &c. and by H, Didier to L.
Tiernan by deed June 6th, 1822 and recorded in liber
W. G. No. 164, tolio, 130, &c.
No. 13. Two Ltseon the north side of Mulberry st.
42 feet from the northeast corner of Pine ant Mulber-
ry streets, fronting 28 teat on Mulberry street with a
depth of 30 feet, together with the brick tenementi
thereon, said lots being part of Chatsworth and con-
veyed in fee as aforesaid.
A No. 4. A three story brisk WAREHOUSE
on the west side of Para street, between Lex -
initon and Fayette. This Lot is subject to a
ground rent of $120-being the same as was conveyed
by H. Didier and wife to Luke and Charles Trernan
by deed dated August 1st, 1837 and recorded in W. G.
&c.
No. 15. About $2,000 well secured ground rents.
Plats will be exhibited on the day of sale and re-
ference to John Nelson. Esqr.
Terms of sale 4 cash, and the balance in 6, 12 ard
18 months, wibh interest frmn the day of sale; notes
with approved security to be given for the credit pay-
ments; upon the payment of the whole purchase mo-
ney deeds will be exrecuned by the Executors.


ALEXANDER NIELL, .Exe'rs
W. T.SOMEhVILLE, I 'r.
ma21 rl JOHN 1' GROSS, Auict.
CHOICE FIUII' T tELS.
THE subscriber off-us tor sale, some
choice FRUIT TREES, which were im-
ported from France, in 1839, as standard
Trees lor a Nursery ef select Friit. They
were planted then where they now stand-
they are very thrifty, the greater part of them in blos-
som.
Purchasers can make their selections now or re-
move the Trees in the Fall, and m.ay expect fruit the
,,,ir.ir" season. They may be seen adjoining Mount
Pl-'leaafa., 22 miles on the Falls road Apply to
SAM'L. SANDS,
American Farmer Office.
Who has for sale choice Durham, Devon and other
CATTLE, Berkshire and other PIGS, SHEEP, &c.
ma 24 d4t*
CHEAPEST YET,
AT THE BALTIMORE CASH STORE,
No. 153. BALTIMORE STREET.
EW Style small checked SILKS at only 50 cts.
Handsome real French LAWNS at 18 ctsa.
Rich large size Silk SHAWLS at $6
Rich and splendid Turk Satin do. at the low price
of $50, the most splendid imported
Brown, bl'k and green Summer CLOTHS, for men
and children's wear, at 371 cts., the cheapest ever
seen
Black SILK, black Net and Plaid Silk SCARFS
New style Chena SILK, some very rich
1 Plaid beautiful
Plain and figured bl'k and blue bl'k SILKS
A variety ob handsome LAWNS
Irish LINENS, very fine and cheap
Fine Gauze FLANNEL
Fillet Gloves and Mitts and Kid GLOVES
French CHINTZES, very cheap
New style Fancy CASSIMERES, very handsome
GAMBROONS and CLOTHS of l kinds, very
cheap.
Purchasers will please remember that our Goods
have been bought since the great decline in prices,
and will be sold for cash, at prices lower then ever
seen before.. WM. RYAN & CO.
ma 21 41? '
"THE MONONGAHELA MOUSE" ON
WATER, SMITHFIELD AND FRONT
STREETS, PITTSBURGH, PA.
THIS NEW AND SPLENDID HOUSEis
eligible located on the bank of the Monongahela
River, below the bridge and convenient to the Steam
Boat landing. It covers an area of 120 by 160 feet
and contains 210 apartments-156 of which are chainm-
bers-admirably arranged for tne ACCOMMODA-
TION OF FAMILIES and SINGLE PERSONS.
There are 13 Public and Private PARLOURS, LA-
DIES'ORDINARY, Gentlemen's Dining ROOMS,
READING ROOMS, &c. the whole being surround-
ed by spacious and airy Halls.
The Proprietor respectfully announces to his friends
and the public, that this Establishment is now com-
pleted-and handsomely furnished, in modern style,
and ready for the reception of visitors.
JAMES CROSSAN,
Late of the Exchanee Hotel.
- N. B. Eastern and Western Stage and Canal Pack-
et Line Offices ih the basement story of the Hotel.
ma 19 dIOlt?


PUBLIC SAIIIU.

By 11. .I. Hall u Co.
NO, 24 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
0ON FRIDAY NEXT, the28th inst. at 10 o'clk.
A. M. atourAuctionlooms,we will neilaged
ral assortment of new:and second hand:mabogany and
other Furniture, such as tables; cbaii; beds and bed-
steads: husk, hair and straw mattresses; one large size
elegant Wilton carpet and rugs to match; two Brus-
sels carpets; one bed sofa, and a variety of other ar-
ticles. Also, 8 day and 30 hour Eastern made Clocks,
of brass and wood works; 15 qr. boxes cigars; 3 iron
chests of medium size and one large size ditto, suita-
ble for counting rooms: 25 do spunk; 300 doz. wooden
combs; German silver butter knives; plated cantiea-
sticks, &c. &c. R. M. HALL & CO.
ma 25 d4t PS3t Auctioneers.
RPHANS' COURT SALE.-By order of
the Hon. the Orphans' Court of Baltimore coun-
ty, we shall sell on account of the Executors ofJohn
C. Clark, deceased, at the store S. W. corner ot How-
ard and Marion streets, at II o'block, A. M. on Mon-
day next, the 31st May instant:-the valuable stock
of GROCERIES contained in the said store, consist-
ing of a large and general assortment of Loaf and
Brown Sugars, Coffees, Teas" Spices, Salt, Chiee.e,
Tobacco, Cigars, Wines, Brandy, Gin, &c. &c., and
such other articles as are usually found in a grocery
store. Terms-all sums under $100 cash; abive
8100 and not exceeding $300,sixty days; above $300
and not exceeding $500, ninety days; above $500,
four months credit; tor approved security.
FRANCES CLARK, Executrix.
SAMUEL JONES, Jr. Executor.
ma 25 dts PSC R. M. HALL, Auct.
NEWINGTON PARK.
J This delightful country residence, wil be
sold at public sale, at the Exchange, on
IS TUESDAY, the slet of June, proximo, at I
o'clock, P. M. It is situated on Madison street,
within the city boundary and near the village ofNew-
ington; but a short distance beyond Rose Hill, the re-
sidence of the late Win. Gibson, Esq. The improve-
ments now in contemplation, lobe made at Rose Hill,
will render the approach to Newington Park, the
most agreeable ride in the neighborhood of the city,
besides adding greatly to the value ot the property.-
Newing'on contains seven acres of Land in a high
state ot cultivation.
Aa The improvements are a beautiful and sub-
I stantial Brick DWELLING, fifty feet quare,
5V cotaiting 13 rooms; the Hall is 10 teet wide;
running the whole length ot the house and rendeiing
it very airy and pleasant. Also, a Summer House; an
Ice House, filled with ice from the purest Sping wa-
ters: a Carriage House, and Stabling Ibr 4 horses and
4 cows; a Poultry House; a Tool House; a Spring or
Milk House and an Ire Pond. There is about 50
young Fruit Trees; Strawberry bed; aboutS200 Rasp.
benry bushes; 100 current bushes and 2 large hot be Is.
The whole is enclosed by a substantial fence seven
feet high. Terms, one third cash, and the balance in
equal payment at3 and 6 months, for approved paper,
bearing interest from the day of sale.
ma24 d8t R. M. HALL & CO. Auct.
PAINTS. BRANDY, WINES. &c.
E WILLSELi,. at auction on WEDNEJ-
DAY NEXT, the 26th inst. at II o'clock, at
the warehouse, No. 6 Commerce street-
500 kegs English Black Paint, 25 lbs. each.
18ljars chrome yellow, deep and pale colour
To which will be added, to close sundry consign-
ments, asithout reserve.
201 half pipes Brandy, J. J. Dupuy, A. Seignette,
6 qr. casks Otard, Dupuv & Co., and
other brands.
4 pipes Meder Swan Gin.
4 half pipes Poit Wine
9 qr. casks do.
50 baskets su. quality Champagne, Victoria brand
16 do. Champagne, various brands
7 cases Madeira Wine, 1 doz. bottled in Madeira
19 qr. casks Madeira Wine,imported direct in 1838
At 12 o'clock precisely, for account of whom it
may concern-
3 qr. caskm superior old Madeira Wine.
Wi 1 be added to the abov, sale-
F.l lSBS. iRI4H GLUE, of the very
40. 0 0..be I quantity in quantities to suit pur-
chasers-received per ship Eliza Warwick, fiOm Bel-
fast.
ma25 R.M. HALL&CO.
By Ever, q tnasn if Cot
NO. 28 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
RYBURGH'S SALE OF VERY SE-
LECT FLOWERS, BY CATALOGUE-
On SATURDAY MORNING, May 29th inst. at 10
o'clock, at our Auction Rooms, we will seal by cata-
logue, a very superior collection of rare FLOWERS,
in pots, which Mr. A. Dryburgh is induced to send
from Philadelphia, at the special solicitation of per-
sons desirous of obtaining the choicest Flowers. In
the lot will be found splendid Cactuses; every species
of rare Roses, Oleanders; Camellias, all colours; beau-
tiful Geraneums; Rhododendrons; &c. &c. Catalogues
will be prepared and the Flowers ready forexhibition
on Friday afternoon, previous to sale. Terms cash in
bankable money. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
MODERN Oil, PAINTINGS.-Immediately aftfr
the sale of the Flowers, we will proceed and sell in
same Room, 75 modern OIL PAINTINGS, in gilt
frames, viz.-Marine Views- Ships of War; Packet
Ships; Transatlantic Steam Vessels; Summer and win-
ter Scenes; &c. &c. Terms cash, in bankable mo-
ney. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
ma 25 PCS Auctioneers.
URNITUkE SALE BY CATALOGUE
On TUESDAY MORNING. May 25th inst. at
10 o'clock, we will sell the Furniture, contained in
the dwelling, situate in Exchange Place and belong-
ing to Mrs. Donnell. We name in part, Brussels and
Turkey Parlor passage and Stair Carpets, Parlor
Chairs; Lounges to Match; Pier Tables; Centre (to;
Extension Tables, extra large; Dining, breakfast and
Card do; one large Library Case and Secretary; se-
veral sets of Damask and other curtains; 5 extra size
Pier and Mantle Mirrors, French Plates; 3 Parlor
Chadeliers, very rich; one do. tor Hall; 2 very expen-
sive Mantle Clocks, one of recent importation; Can-
delabras: Mantle Lamps,with Cut prisms and Shades;
French Vases; Plated Candlesticks; Snuffers & Trays;
Parlor Andirons; Shovels and Tongs; Fenders; Plated
Ware; Rich Cut Glass Ware; China Dining, Desert,
and Tea Sets, &c
CHAMBER FURNITURE, viz. Carpets; High
and French Post Bedsteads; Feather Beds; Hair Mat-
tresses; Wardrobes; Dressing and other Bureaus;
Washstands: Chamber Tbles, Ewers and Basins,&c.
&c. Together with a .ull and general assortment of
Culinary articles.
FAMILY CARRIAGE-Will be sold precisely
at 12 o'clock, in front of the door, the Family Carri-
age, made by Mr. Carter, expressly for Mrs. Don-
nell, and is nearly new and of superior workmanship.
Catalogues wiil be prepared and the Furniture rea-
dy for examination this day, 21th inst. the day pre-
vious to sale. Terms cash in bankable money.
ma 24 WEVER, CANNON &CO. Aucts.

FURNITURE. IS NORTH PACA ST.-
--On FRIDAY MORNING, May 28th inst. at
10 o'clock, we will sell at the three story dwelling,
No. 81 North Paca st between Saratoga and Mulber-
ry sts. the Furniture belonging to a gentleman about
declining house keeping. We enumerate as part, 3
ply parlor carpets; wilton rugs; sofas, plain and em-
bosed hair cloth seats; spring seat rocking chair; pier
tables; Egyptian marble tops and mirror backs; ma-
ple cane seat chairs; rocking chair to match; bronze,
mantle lamps, cut prisms and shades; astral lamps
mirrors; mahog. dining and breakfast tables; card do;
sideboard: venetian blinds; brass and other fenders;
parlor andirons; ,hovel and tongs; brass spittoons; di-
ning sets; china tea and coffee sets; Britannia tfa and'
coffee sets; rich cut glass ware; passage and stair
carpets: brass stair rods; passage lamp; chamber cars
pets; straw matting do;mahog. bureaus; washatandt;
chamber tables; one very superior maple high pos-
bedstead; suit curtains for same; low post bedsteads
do; windsor chairs; leather beds; bedding; hair mat-
tress &c. Several stoves, among which is one for a
parlor,and a fine cooking stove; Stanley's patent; to-
gether with an assortment ot culinary articles.-
Terms, cash, in brnkable money.
ma24 PSC WEVER, CANNON&CO.Auct.
TOBACCO AND SEGAR ESTABLISH-
MENT, BY CATALOGUE.-On WEDNES-
DAY MORNING, May 26th. inst., at 10 o'clock, we
will sell by Catalogue, the entire stock of manulac-
tured Tobacco, Spanish Segars, &c in warehouse
No. 8, North Howard st., belonging to Messrs. J.
Hack & Co. The assortment is extensive and corn-


prises every article usually kept in an establishment
of this kind. We will name as part, 200,000 best
Spanish Cigars; medium qualities do; various brands
of Chewing Tobacco; Snuff of every description, in
bottles and kegs, &c. ALSO,
Tobacco Presses, Tools, Fixtures, &c., viz: Seve-
ral Tobacco and Screw Presses; one Cutting Ma-
chine; Spinning do; Benches; Counters; Shelving;
Desks, &c. &c.
Term,-All sums under 8 100 cash; under $200,60
days, and over $200, 90 days, for approved endorsed
notes.
Cstdl gues will be ready, and the Stock for exa-
mination on the afternoon previous to sale.
WFVER, CANNON & CO.
ma 21 SPC Aucts.
FURNITURE OF A PRIVATE FAMI-
LY-On THURSDAY MORNING, May 27,
at 10 o'clock, we will sell at tie dwelling situated on
the north west corner of Franklin and Park streets,
the Furniture of a f Unily declining housekeeping.-
We name as part-Wilton, Venitian and Ingrain Car-
pets; Rugs to match; Spring Seat Soft; matihog. Parlor
Chairs; mahog. Rocking Chairs; Cenire Tbte. marble
top, Pier Table do; Route Tables, Eliplic an I dining
and breakfast Tables; extension Table; Venitian
Blinds; 2 valuable Paintings, descriptive of English
rural scenes: Secretary and Book case; mahog. Side-
boards; Mirrors; Ottomans; Mantel time piece; Orna-
ments do; Candelabras; Astral Lamp; Shovel and
Tones; Bronze and Brass Fenders, Andirons, &c.
SILVER, PLA TED, GLJSS 1j CHINd WARE,
viz:-One richly embossed silver coffee and tea set,
manufactured by Mr. Kirk, viz: Tea Pots; Coffee
Pot; Cream Mug; Sugar Bowl; Tankards; T'able, des-
sert and tea Spoons; Ladle, &c.; Silver plated cake
and fruit Baskets; silveredged Waiters; Coasters; In-
dia China dinner sets, French gold band tea set; Chi-
na Bowls; Cut Glass Centre Bowls; Glass Dishes;
Tumblers; Decanters, &c,; Ivoiy handle knives and
forks; Passage oil Cloth Carpet; stairs do; Hall lamp;
Brass stair roils; Chamber Carpets; mahog. Bureaus:
Ladies Cabinet, or dressing Bureau do; mahogany and
poplar Wardrobes; Washstand, marble top; maple do;
maple and other bedsteads; cane seat and Windsor
Chairs; Maple Crib; Feather Beds; best curled hair
mattress; with an assortment of culinary articles.
Terms cash, in bankable money.
ma 19 WEAVER. CANNON & CO. Aucts.
LOTTERY TICKETS AT REDUCED
RATES.
3OSIAH LEE & CO.-Corner of Calvert and
Baltimore streets-Will sell Tickets in all the
Lotteries at a small advance over the scheme price
for cash, or on the usual credit to punctual customers.
Orders foi Tickets or Shares from any part of the
United Slates promptly attended to by return mail by
being addressed as above.
Tide Water Canal Notes taken at par for Tickets.
ma 24 J. LEE & CO.
JOSEPH B. CROCKETT, ROBERT C. GIST
CROCKETT & GIST,
TTORNE YS AT LA W,j
AND COLLECTING AGENTS,
ST. Loouis, Mo.
Refer to-Duvall, Keighler & Co.
George R. Gaither & Co.
Norris & Beatty.
Meredith & Co.
Janney, Hopkins & Hull. eoi4t* mi 21l








P URLIC S
VALUABLE PROPRAT
THURSDAY, the 27th day o
at four o'clock, P. M. ont
valuable property on Pres
from Pratt street. The pro
27 feet, and runs back 10
The improvements on Presid
^ tial and well built
m HOUSE, with an alley
lMicious hall, 2 parlors
cious kitchen on the first
and private-and the Hous
ranged tor a large and gent
ly undergone a
Tihe rear of the Lot on Sl
ft by two well built tw
l in good repair. Thew
rent to punctual tenant
property renders it desira
place of business; no prope
ed so rapidly in value as
diate vicinity. Ground r
per
And at 5 o'clock, or immed
AM day, a two story br
JnjsituatL on the west sid
T.U''he lot fronts on sa
and runs back scout one h
ley; improved by a subst
story brick kitchen, sm
house is conveniently arra
ly-ground
Also, a LOT OF GROUND
tutionstreet, fronting said
A-& ning back abhot in
In two story brick DW
.lm basement, two rooms o
voral pleasant chambers. T
pl
Terms: one third cash, th
months, with interest an
the payment of the last nate
be given to the property
property having removed to
be positive.
ma 1 2aw&24
A GAINS, B ARG AlN
No. I City Property oPratt
and other business street
tion on the respective
AFTERNOON, May 26, 1841
side of Mctlenry street,
feet on Carroll, 100 leet
has authorised me to asser
be positively sold, their
man of common prudence to
and most secure chance o
offered in this city. Te
, No. 2. West Market or
TY at auction on the
AFTERNOON, May 27, 18
LOTS on Market, Fayett
and other streets, affordin
locations in this or any
Square, the Crescent, th
Spring-with the full assu
tal who have already invest
this neighborhood the beau
tention of a Company from
a Line of Omnibusses to ru
with the powerful incentive
itself in a few years, and
ing location being immed
nell's estate, where proper
ing four dollars per foot,
that its real value is not
will be divided in such si
or surplus means will have
a purchase, and such as ar
will be positively sold.
can be examined. T
H. W.
ma 22 A ncts.for Pe
Fr RUSTEIES' SALE.-I
First purchaser not ha
terms of sale,the undersign
at the premises hereina
NESDAY, the 9th day of Ju
P.
A Lot of GROUND, front
the north side of York str
the city of Baltimore, wi
the improvements thereon,
^ ry brick DWELLING
R under a lease for nin
ft ble forever, subject
per annum; and it is a par
by Peter Wilson to us, for
deed d ted to July 1
The title is good, and the
fall incumbrances to the
chaser one month for exam
terms of sale are one their
six and twelve months wi
Refer ta David Stewart a
HENRY PIKE, T
JOHN EASTER, o
WEVER, CANNON
ma 18 2aw
PROPERTY ON EUT
THURSDAY AFTERNO
o'clock on the premises, w
tion, all that piece,and p
Eutaw street, near Camden
deed as fo lows, viz. Begi
west side of Eutaw street,
north trom the noith west c
taw and Camden streets,
binding on Eutaw street 25
with Camden st. 77 feet
thence south binding on that
east by straight line t
A- The improvements or
ftU new two stoiy brick D
JUIlentifre front ot theo
asyne, aid in the most subs
story back building conve
a good Stable ant Carria
ject to an annual groun
sale. WEVER, CAN
P. S. The property can
previous to sale by applyi
at.
matS eodtd
VALUABLE BUILDING
AND WASHINGTON ST
I N PURSUANCE of a d
County Court, sitting as
by virtue of a special order
her, as trustee, will offer at
ses hereinafter described,
on WEDNESDAY the second
not the next fdir day their
past four o'clock, P. M.,
or parced of Ground, situa
City of Baltimore.
Beginning lor the same at
intersection of the north s
east side of Washington s
northwardly bounding on t
street one hundred and twe
ly parallel with Fleet stre
southwardly parallel with
dred and twenty feet to Fl
wardly bounding on the nor
four feet to the place of b
property which by deed be
ay of July in the year of
and twenty-eight, and dul
records of Baltimorr Cou
No. 194, folio 152, &c. w
trustee, to the late John
small purchasers who may
proposed to divide the prop
feet lots on Fleet street, w
to an alley, and hour lot
about fourteen heet each, w
feet. The property is re
improvement, being near
yards, and the spacious wh
Canton Company. As the pa
ous to sellbargains may b
property as proposed to be
at the sale, and in the me
H. W. Boul's auction r
Terms of sale as prescr
Court, are, one-third in ca
months with interest, the
cured by approved endorse
est from the
ROBT. PURV
ma 18 eo2w
Y VI t'V'lUf of a Dec
ty Court sitting in Chan
sell by auction, at the Exc
more, on the 6th day of
P.M


ALL THAT PIECE OR
lying and being in the ci
tract called Upton Court,
ed P. B. set up on the wes
to the Ferry Point, then
W. 2 perches, S. 37 degree
greed, W. 5 perches, to the
lot leased to Henry Frede
up, then running and boun
grees, W. 53 perches to a t
W. 26 perches to a branch
stone set up, then running
branch of Patapsco the t
74 degrees, W. 8 perches,
ches, N. 26 degrees, W. 1
N. 71 degrees, E. 391 per
B. at the end, of the 8.8
line of Doctor Gilder's 2
line and binding on it N.
to the beginning contai
This property is subject
This land rushing to t
the purchaser will have t
the ls to the Port Warden
bly increasing its extent
const ucted along it, Bric
tion upon it, and in its i
altoseiher the property is
in the city
The ground rent can he
This property will be di
sold. Aplat of it may be
Trus
ALSO-All that property
Beginning at the corner t
Scnroeder street and theS Soi
then fronting on Schroder s
second 20 feet alley, the
Airilty street, then North
inches,to the first mention
on said alley t
,,M On this property are
TmntialTwo Story Bric
j Amnily st. and five on
rent to iespece
The wholeis subject with
on Lcxington st. to a gro
dollars t be redeemed by
perty will be sold subject
to be made known at sal
prescribed by thie decree
in 6,2, 18 and 24 months
approved security to be giv
JOHN GLENN
ma 12 3aw2
A FOK RIENT-A two
back buildings, a pump
Ma yard, witVi every other
mily, and a very handsome
ers,being the late resident
Market it eet, Fell's Point
The property may be exa
day, and possession maybe
terms apply to
f ea in 10tt_ _
FO R ENT-Th--
a '3,Harover at. apply
lU mh 27-d
B LACK NM '1ITII SBEL
_J. and for sale at i lessth
by ARMISTEAD
ma 17 eod2w


PUBLIC Si
SHERIFF'S SALE-By vi
k eri Facias issued out o
to me directed against tihe
and tenements ot James Aul
F. Winctfsleir, I have s
of brushes, twelve whit
twelve coloured cambric do
ty nine pair of gloves, el
mits, nine pair of cotton
stockings, and twelve pair
by give notice that on
at 10 o'clock, at the Cou
above mentioned p
ma 18 R. WILLIA
BY LANCASTEIRI
RICH
RUTHERFOORD'S
W E are authorized to se
property. The Mills co
for grinding wheat, one pa
rubbers, with all necessa
tached to the Mill a comf
ler, and a site sufficient
Mill, calculated to run to
Icc. a
LANCASTER,
Ancts.,
The above described val
within sight of the city o
ius to the highest Lidder,
DAY, the 1st June, at 4
which will be liberal,will
of s
ma 14 dts
TR USTEF
E will sell at Public
W Princess Anne, com
DAY, June 9th, 1841 and ntd
until all are sold--i
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
wil be required. The term
with in every case before
The sale will begin da
W. W.JOHNSTO
S. W.JONES,
Princess .dnne, M
ma 16'
l RUSTED'S SALE.-By
S Baltimore County Court
signed Trustees,will offer a
ses hereinafter mentio
day of May, 1841, at
A Leasehold interest for
renewable for ever, in all
and lying in Catonsville, i
Fredericktown Turnpike ro
from the city of Baltimor
i offLand, in good order
m improvements thereon,
JMi LING, Barn, &c sub
the annual ground rent of t
same lands conveyed by
Wilson perdeed dated 15th
ed in liber A. J. No. 220,
was afterward conveyed
trust for the ben
The terms of sale, as pre
one-third of the purchase
the day of sale, and t!ie
months thereafter, with in
indisputable.
JNO. EASTE
ma7 2awts
N PURSUANCE of a ge
more County Court, in re
property of Insolvent deb
permanent Trustee of
solvent debtor, of the city
sale on the premises, on
June next, at 4 o'clock, P.
and interest of the said In
VACANT LOT OF GROUND
the West side of Greene s
Lexington streets, and runn
abshouts to Forney Alley, be
by Indenture bearing date
of December, 1836, and re
cords of Baltimore County
folio 375, was leased bh Lo
len Griffith, for the term
ever, at and under the year
able half yearly, and the s
the arrears of said rent no
hst May inst, and terms ar
at his option, pay the who
cash, on the day of sale,
approved security for the
interest in six months, a
interest in twelve months,
veyarce to be made to the
of the whole of t
OTIS
Permanent Trustee
ma 18 2awt
VALUABLE FARMPR
SALE.-The subscriber
move to the city, offers for
property. If it is not sold
time, it will be off-red a
the 15th June next at the
M. The "Willow Cottage
resides, containing one hund
The land is of prime qual
cultivation, with a sufficie
port the place. There a
orchard in full bearing, of
young peach orchards, one
and the other of selected
Timothy and English Gras
flourishing
A- The improvements are
TM consist of a convene
MMHOUSE, Kitchen. &,
near it, having a spring
through it-a Switzer Bar
House and oth
Thire Farm is 63 miles fr
of the Washington Turnpi
as to Town, the beauty and
tion and the neighborhood
one ot the most desirable
2. ALSO-The property .. --.-.'i
as Owing's Sulphur Spi--*.
acres of Land. There i
DWELLING HOUSE in
kitchen, stables,S&c.&
.1 scriber is now laying p
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 L
adjoining Prince Freder
hundred and fiteen acre
The terms ot sale for Nos.
cash and the balance in 9
interest-for No. 3 one hall
months wit
The crops now in the gro
ation to be
Persons desirous of view
to do so, when the subscr
information necessary. Th
ton Road near t
FRANCIS D
WEVER, CANNON
ma 18
TRUSTEisf
BY VIRTUE of a Decre
Court sitting in Equity,
tees will offer for-sale by
change, on the 3d of June
ALL THAT VALUABLE
with the improvements on
nearly opposite the Odd Fe
occupied by Mrs. Cary.
inches, a-d runs back at
width 113 feet, with the p
foot alley to F
AThe improvements con
two story Brick HOUSE
J stable, yard, and t
rhe terms of sale as pres
one-fourth in cash on the d
with interest at 3, 6 and
ments to be secured by a
On payment of the whole,
a deed to th
J. G
J. MASON
ma 12 eots R


VALUABLE TIMBE
I HE SUBSCRIBERS of
Thousand Acres ofthe b
est timbered land in Penn
lying in Brown Township,
balance in Tioga County, a
ed chiefly wilh Pine, buH
Poplar, Oak, Cbesnut, Wal
dant, and two veins of ico
ous coal, have been op.eri
dant and proved to be
The lands abound with f
Pine Creek, which is in ord
tion of thie yei.r, passes
-; water power for saw-
' Ttrere is on i
EU larg- Barn and othe
tensive clearing which pr
excellent quality; also, tfour
ent points with some land
which could, with little
order. Large quantities otl
down Pine Creek to the S
more market, and one esab
higher up Pine Creek than
sends down from three to
feet annually. Pine Cre
Branch of the Susquehanna
sey Shore, from thencs, th
every 15 or 20 miles to t
Legislature for the const
Jersey Shore to Willardsu
which have been explored,
said to pass throut
A more valuable tract of
many advantages has selido
lic, and it is particularly
Capitalists and persons di
ly in the lumber business.
the balance in one and two
red on the premises. For
to
BENNEVIL
ap 28 eolm
FOR RENT-That d l
Seat recently in the
I (Conway, situated onLe
distance west of Franklin
Country Seat ot Rob't. G
eleven acres of land, some
ii.roveIl with a good la
"ilubkl, Carriage House, S
Buildings, all in good repa
immediately, and to a goo
low. Apply to V
Lexington st.
Mark-n n-o.
DAN. HII
ap 24 dtf Faye
AL COUNTRY PLC
S The advertiser is desi
summer or longer,a g
distant from the city no
Any person having a C
do not intend occupying th
like to rent the same to
have the address of the adv
American office.


VALUABLE MIL
TRUSTEE' SALE.-In p
of the High Court of Ch
subscriber will offer at
28th day of May next next,
ternoon on the premises, a
perty lying on Little Elk
known as the "Rockville Pa
of land on which the same
bout 83 acres and 12 perc
is situated but six miles f
in the midst of a well po
Am try. The improvement
STONE PAPER MILL, 8
Stories high, and having
chinery for making the v
Grist Mill, running two p
Bark Mill, and a large St
re.i.ii,' ., &c. Besides
gear's House, and five C, i.
for the accommnadation ol i
several establishments. '
ble; and is, in general, ade
the M
The land is considered fi
ing easily susceptible of p
provement, and is peculia
lime, plaster, &c. It is wel
into convenient fields, a
bundantsprings of best wat
in wood, and the rest ina
The title is indisputable,
be seen upon applica
The terms ot sale as pres
that one fourth of thi pu
in cash on the ratification
ry Court, one fourth in
twelve months; and one l
with interest from the day
to be secured by endorsed no
tee, and upon the payment
ney a title
ap 28 eots GEO.W.
r TRUSTEES SALE of va
B there city of Baltimore.
the Chancery Court ot fMaryl
Trustee, will exptiose to saa
DAY, the ninth day of Ju
o'clock, A. M.
ALL THAT VALUABLE
fore conveyed by William R
the poor of Baltimore City
bearing date on or about
seventeen hundred and nin
mongst the land records of
liber W. G., No K. K., l
said deed is described as
the same at the intersection
and on the west side of sa
ning and bounding on the
street north forty tour degr
es and the half of a perch
one half degrees, west their
of ground heretofore sold
by the said William Russel
ing on said ground south fo
four perches to Price stre
street south easterly thirt
of beginning, containing
an acre and thirteen squa
le
The above property adjoin
is in the neighborhood of t
timore and Susquehanuna R
the limits of direct tax
the payment of City Taxes
be divided into a large n
mensions as will enable t
become purchasers. Madisi
Southern boundary has b
entire front and beyond, a
to Biddle street, which f
Morris Alley, Gibson stre
don street, pass through it
ter opportunity than the p
for investment or specula
very liberal terms of paym
dera
The terms of sale prescri
the purchasers shall pay o
ninety days, one-sixth in
nine months, one-sisth i
sixth in fifteen months from
instalments to be secured
sureties to he approved by
terest from th
GEO, GORDON B
ap 24 2aw4weo2
B Y VIR'T'U of a Decre
Court, sitting as a Coar
signed Trustees, will exp
premises, on MONDAY th
o'clock in the afternoon, t
ces or parcels o
LOT No I. Beginning on
Harlbrd Avenue, formerly B
ly eighty-nine feet from Mad
thie beginning of the ground
ver by Mary Jordan and ot
tember 1831, and running
ford Avenue, northeasterly
easterly at right angles t
thence southeasterly paral
No. 136, about 132 feet to
thence southwesterly boundi
jl feet to Let No. 136,
bomindirgonsaid Lot No.
ItImprovements, 2 small Fr
LO No. 2. Beginning o
Harfbrd Avenue, tormnerly B:
the first line of Lot No.
easterly boundin- on Harfo
southeasterly at right an
feet, thence easterly about
the east rn boundary line
northeasterly 15 leet from
Lot No. 1, thence southwest
line oh Lot No. 42 15 leet t
of Lot No. 1, then running
No. 1 northwesterly about
second line of said L',t.
Lot No. J, t ) Hlar
a ofbeginnirg. Imopro
ft.Framne DWELLING
Ltir No. 3. Beginning on
Hatford Avenue, formerly B
end of tie first line of Lo
northeasterly, bounding
1 inches to the northeast
ing house erected on said
erly at right angles to Halti
aoutheastwa.dly about 94 le
sects the eastern boundary
point northeasterly 15 leer
line ot Lot No. 2 above de
and bounding on the easter
42, soutitwestwardly 15 fee
said third line of l.ot No.
said third line northwestern
of the second line of said
ing the sai i second line of
iLteieon about 60 feer
nineg. Improvements
i DWELLING. with
LO 1' No. i in. ir,..n f
east side of Harford Avenu
at the end of the first lin
thence nor heastenly bound
feet two inches, thence so
with Harhord Avenue sixt
easterly about 81 feet unt
boundary line of Lot No.
feet from the end ob the tf
described, then running a
boundary line of said Lnt
teen teat to the end of the
No. 3 and then reversing th
3 northwesterly about 94 f
the second line ol said Lo
ing the said second line no
to the begin
LOT No. 5, beginning on t
ford Avenue formerly Brita
the first line of Lot No. 4
eastwardly at right angle
bounding on the second li
heet to the end of rhe sai
then running and bounding
Lot No. 4, southeasterly a
said line, then nortbeasierly
ford Avenue thirteen leet,
to Harford Avenue at a poi
inches from the beginning
bounding on Harford Avenu
begin
AImprovements sma
| A plat of this prop
e .office of t
The terms of sale are one


in equal instalments, in
twenty four months with
proved security will be re
ments. JOHN
WM.H. GATCHE
ma 7 2aw4teo4


FARM FO
I OFFER at private sale
immediately inlront of and
phia and Baltimore Railroa
Elkton, Cecil county, Md. ci
of land, enclosed by a good
believed to be as fertile a
the State, and particularly
grass, and is the more val
guous to fihe town of Elk
times a good m
ALSO-The Farm on wihic
abmut 2t miles north fro
Little Elk Creek, (ar
from Mackall's Mills,)
210 acres of LAND, about
woodland, suitable lo
The cleared land has
blme within the last five ye
the effect is very great.
- a small stream passing mu
ings are all new andu ol
l sist oh a stone Dwelliui
ner, two Barns, one of th
lee House, Smoke House,
large stick. Any person w
ty of this kind will find th
a permanent or summer res
si'ltation cannot peihapi b
desired by the purc-haser of
fair price the stock now on
ofHonses, 2 yoke of Oxen,
of young cattle, and all n
1 will also sell the
south side of the Railroa
in lots to suit purchaser wi
ten to Fair Hill, and an t
street to the Depot. and
lot, any quantity f
The terms on any or all o
be accommodati'fg. Apply i
paid o '
ap 28 eo4w
FOR S
VALUABLE PROPERTY
West side ot Peninsylv
A front of 80 teet, runn
ffm this lot are erected
IUMa HtOUSES, the corner
Grocery and Liquor store, i,
tom;there is a good pump
and all the houses have fine
tion healthy, and a very de
any kind.
Terms will be liberal an
by applying to the o
ma 22 ero8jtJ
S FOR RENT -The DW
'e'-..r ii. ri ot'f Lloyd as
te.iini-la l opposite
rij., Si Llisnuch. Posses
Apply to
ma 22


PEREMPT
IN PURSUANCE of a
SCounty Court, sitting a
undersigned will sell by
on '1' L-DAY the 1st June
All those several TRA
being in Baltimore County,
about six miles from tie ci
dry, Delight, Maiden's Da
containing 255 Acres of La
merly the Centr
ftw Ti.ie property is fi
01Ti' "l auiersive DW
I' llJ l .i bl41, a l irge C in
a i ,.. ; .i.n. and ever
country lif
The title clear
Terms of sale, j in cash,
nine and twelve months,
Notes with approved securi
credit p
In order to avoid the rep
ticed upon the Trustee, at
perty, he will require t'i
notes with securityy be gi
perty is struck off.
ma 8 P*
CONSTABL
tY virtue of two writs
SJohn Wright, Esq one
Peace ol the State of Mary
City. at the suit of the
Institution, -.urn; I i. G
Tenements n-r ,) t ti Stew
seized andi taken in execu
claim, interest and estate
fpSea, n-ado Jlseph Stewa
..V u tt:;;" BRICK
ViIt'. bre'ween Park a
I hereby give notice, tha
nex', at 4 o'clock, P. M. o
for sale tihe said ru I .,rf
cution, by public iuCint.,
cash.
ina 20 elO'!* ot
V ALUABLE PROPERTY
Thie subscriber will disp
rable estate known by then
pertv," situated on the Ba
equi distant between Balti
A The improvements upon
of an excellent C
l MILL, a large and
HOUSE, Coopers Shop and
A Farm of three hundred ac
ing on the Patapsco Fa!ls
tached to the "Mill Prope
ate to suit purchasers. Th
ered with a heavy growth
e. andi is admirably adap
Tobacco and Corn. To capi
in a Factory or a large
power being immense) this
ducements for profitable s
is hiabhly in. ;>n )e ia,,l'e,
Baltimore ini u ,,i.i. hatenr
andl Washington road pass
Its locality also, in a ptea
the midst of a grain grow
rapidly improved bv the as
procured to be delivered
cheap rate, offers many a
has been established at th
D, pot The timber that
and for which the Baltimnc
pary present a ready ma
the ourch
Ary information with rega
application to S. H. Tagant
street, or to the subscribe
Baltimor
ma 6 eo JOiN
OR SAlE-VALUA
PROPERTY.-The subscri
valuable Property situate
Fills, about 16 miles fro
miles of Bel Air on the
Joppa, near the head of L
intersects the old Joppa r
House, Post office. This t
acres of Land part in woo
t improvements consist
f 'li within two Running St
I trling Cloths, andI the
Saw Mill and Tuining Sh
repair, and has a good ru
Dwelling House, with fo
many other necessary out
reduced price of 2,7(10 doll
ance in 6, 12 and 18 month
disputable. Person or pe
will call on Samuel Watkin
or to William A. Lewis,
E. T. J.
3 miles out on th
ma 20 eo4t*
REAL ESTATE
No. 18S So
FOR SALE-A valuable
bout 260 acres of LAND.
timbered; most of the lenc
sufficient rails cut to com
well watered, and can he
supply in every field. Th
tlortable new Frame
ar large Barn. with space
1 1j. a good spring, dairy and
dwelling, with a large app
fruit. This property is
healthy '.I -p- n ,,t llo
County, t u inn, ,e. I
the Phila. R Road Diepot a
from Bel-Air and 3 trom
churches and schoolsin t
ma24 it PR
BALTO. REAL E
I8s SOUT
FOR SALE Ott LEASE
builtdiig Lots, in the moi
Lexington street, will be
separately, to
-. FOR SALE, a comf
to 'IH '-1.. with lot 18
o. t' h d ihe necesary bu
'ive bhtcherirg bi.siness,fo
for some years advantage
west Pratt
n-L. l. FOR SALE, a
yDWELLING1-i 1'i wt
,'-.'-l, b--.I, .. .,'
,' I t ic" ,"''i arn ov ,e b
-.[ ,, ni.., .ii is .i.,-.~l i
street, between Graina
ALSO FOR SALE,
.. tlory DWELLIN
2.bL .1-.'- i-nm-- backbudn
stable, situaite on an agre
street, and very much cor
town and country. For fu
FOWLER &
ma 20
FOR SALE
A Tt -'1 subscriber will e
in '--r.-, a Thiree
jiL ., ,i a, Back Build
i1. ., .ini r.I-, teut Hyd
Countland, between Pleas
lately in the occupancy o
now undergoing repairs, an
order, ard possession may
June next. For terms apple
street wharf.
ma 24
FOR REVT.--A lar
story Brick HOUSE, wi
ing witi fine dry
with snooke house, and hyd
Iors fine size, and it has
floor and a large grove of
ground beloingine to the
below John '.',n Knl, J, mu
in all respects fit br a ge
lul sitnun.tion. Possession
ma 10 dlOt ___
-,,-r, .'0ug SA LE.-'t
i^'i '. LLLING on the
l 5j -ir., r 5bove S .r ,h f
a.i..... "..*r l. d s' t.) it
desirable in the city, and i
dwelling listed up in beau
table wito six stalls, tog
acep hous- and ottier c
I, ,, one fourth cash, on
1, 2,3 and 4 y
mh2 J(HN


AL FOR RENT-And po
l 1- im'.n ot June,
i HtmLI 1. withati a tos
ing and good yard and dry
street, between High and E
WM. McC
ma22
FOR RPENT-'Two
T-' -I.:ond floor of
1 | ...it river those occ
tALJiii ina.,t s.o En
S. SCRIB
ap 22 C C
.nA. FOR KIEN T-The a
i j l.l-, Iing situ ated
1 fGi ... ilnIors from Ger
\l, '. a. ,e. Possess
terms apply to
nma I1
v '-ILL B RENTE e l
I aI and convenient
lkl1 i. n-it east corner of
is in good order',and pose
ly. Apply to WA
ma 19 (!6t P
DESIRABLE STA
IMORE STREET FOR
is 4 now occupied by 'l'boN
Balnnmone st. 4th door above
possession can be given.
more street,
0 ti % Oh It N TEE -(
Sseriber intending to l
.li IrWEILLANG HOUSE
-'i" .,'e the Cathedral forsal
er particulars apply to th
GEO. ST
ALSO-A PEW in S
ma 20 ev5:*
RWWEL lIN1lc1u 0 1
inn'- -The 2 story Pri
1.!2U Pralt stret-t, 2nd do
respect suitable for a gent
low to an approve
JOHN BOG
ma 20
F 'OR RENT-On moder
in 1-,flf[Ii Li -," 'l e N I 'T
S. nIt..- Ml. 1 k-n tm tSe
lor a lancy business, a lot
Tobacco store. Possession
ply to
-m a 18 t . ... .
Fa iR ltIt I .,nim
meant DWELlING in
,i tl,. -in *. J. Pou-..e
Apply to JAMES &
68 South
ma 17 d6t
WANTED TO RENI
HOUSE, witi back Buil
Im story House in a centi
sion required in J
PAIRO
ap 23 d
gA..2 F to1 KI t1'"'.-- '
!'Iff tIt !'-h: in Sharp
l. .Lia iL'-.cu', with t
kitctlien on the first flo A
between Charles and H
&. FOR RENT.-TheD
m1 Waterloo Buildingr
L Ma maI T


A ..FARM CR SAO
LANI D.-For sale, a T
led HALL'S PLAINS. cont
Also a Tract called THG
acres of Land, part in w
place is high and -.:a.i]i]
Baltimore by tie Pl.I.1
miles from Bush, in Harf c
county road runinzin. i r.p
Sty is within four irnItSi i
pot of the Baltimore and i
and 6 miles from Havre de
comes,-- will take for bo
duced price of $500, one
dry goods or erp..cy,--tlo
E. l'.J. %\(
3 miles on the
ma 20 eo4t*
LOTS FOR SA
THE UNDERSIGNED of
described eligible build
No. 1. 245 feet on the eas
running back 150 leet to St
ing southwarnly on the Nor
ry et. anrid northwaidl
No. 2. Compirises 78 feet
ferson st., c-'mmtinciing at
running ,-I, -i,. l .I l Al
of Edeni -i- .'. ..mei cin
running i .. 11.f e
No. 3.86 feet on the west
menacing about 110 feet nor
running back 90 feet
No 4. 1605 feet on the eas
mencing at the corner of
running back to Spring str
on Little McElderry
No. 5. 40 feet on the west
Point, commencing 30 feet
Gough st.. and run
No. 6. 25 feet on thie sou
west of t- It urinary, r
street. ''lI I- a most d--s
ing, ai;:, i i .-s uated in aI p
pidly i t
No. 7. .50 feet on thie ea
feet
T'l- Itrins will be made easy
be divjide. to accommodate
ifreqiired. Apply t
mal8 2aw3w
Plats roay be seen a
t. flLiE:^,*It)UN'i
L O'I 1fOLDERS desirous o
are respectfully informed
shop of the subscriber (corn
streets, up stairs,) they w
designs and patterns, for t
up. Also, now prepare ing,
decorated or perfect Gothic
durability, arid economy.
not be loaned or hired to
whatever. As the subscribe
prices shall not retard the
instead oil the cost being a
even 121 cents per lb cont
will have it "well anid quic
or less, if possible-andc c
ing ground lian and superin
gle lot, $7 a double, and
il lot holders encourage h
will be snared to create a pl
in Egyptian, Grecian, Gothic
ping wita the beauty of th
about 30 lbs. to tie runni
le
Designs for monuments, t
&c. made to plea
ma 13 2aw4i* Mr
TO SOUTHERN AND
RKEN IS AND
IUR. & MRS. DAVI
No. I11 St. PAUL STORE
the season at which young
fihe South and West, to b
North, the attention of p
spectfully invited to the a
been organized with especia
instruction and comfortable
from the quarters mention
this establishment are in a
beri of the family, and tihe
ticable, is conducted by th
being aided where assistant
struclers ot well tested a
among the various branches o
French receives a particular
verness being employed in
of the professor of that
pupils are required to assoc
recitation and elsewhere,
the constant medium of c
deemed necessary further to
facilities of access, to the
timore in point ot healthin
mnate, and thire fact of its
ihe southern cities. Parti
favor by calling at the Ins
additional intbimation, as
necessary. 2
) YOUNG LADIES
fV'llE PEV'D. IE
".-I ['., of the, Episc
WHITESIDES, intend openie
Soutn-we-tern srctiton of
13Bt \DING AND DAY
Lsdies. liy permission re
filowin, F... i ii, .r i lI-R t.
D D.; 1.. .n l, 3it, Rev
Johns, Rev. MAr. Peck, Re
Rev. Dr. Milnor, New Yo
Phtlad-lphia; D. Biunner,
John I. )cvlalt, Esq. Bat
4 i 4lt it k. NI-A 1-n
L, %t. 1uiT r .i 1. LI 1 I

11-irr.,|.- .. en' in1 u11
i_^UH ....I ,;', [1. II.. i.-.

dern style, with large ba
yard, and is in every resp
date a get;eel family. Po
mediately. For terms app
Key will be lound, or att
rna 20
I t t I .V '- Ii.. H--1i
,'q i'iM H. It,,' 11 , iiii, : i I
I'.L Ij' .., 'si .-
a good back building andnt
the Eastern founritain is
'THOS. M
at his Lu
mao20 eo4t*
I Nott I Fl'it i..-e ere.P es
S'iB NGp No. l a-, N Io n
,' ,, e had iu,.'..in
Baltimore street.
H OUR S
GIN.-Th s
her sole Ag
10, City, fort
ffy ,LonpuytClbae




Pr'
A.I a comply

which is
reasoa
C. W. K
inSa22 N
F. DEV
No, 4, South st. 3 door
,- Just rec
".o'sontr sort eo
-:n ',' "'' [ Having
y several of
f." y'' Per users
'- him to of
ate pric
i. Colign
matums; So!ps; Creams;
Hair-Dye; Valentines; D
Pastes; Extr
Constantly receiving, Dres
Suspenders; Proses; Ra
Brushes; Hand Mirrors, wit
arti
AIR &t WATER PR
SODA POWDER BoX.-
so favourabty noticed by
sively used by the pubic,
in unninnces-ary ior hfm to
will, hiisieser, say, that i
tents from the liimid condi
also previrnts them Irom acq


or simell from the presence
the anlmostheie. The sligh
perieinced when the box wa
'rt-i h'n- lhe powers, is e
.t a.. .'a spring winct present
to the opening
Baltimore, 28t
Dr. Gordon-I have seen,
of, your method of putting
ders. The box which ciiun
in construction, is perhec
seive its contents without
Yours, truly,
Prof. Surgery
Baltimore, Apri
Dear Doctor-I have exa
preserving Soda Powdiers, a
dapted to the purpose deitg
ly uelhil to persons
With great respect
Prof. of Obs
Dr. Gordon, Dear Sir-
the box or case to Seidlht
as a coinplele shield -r [,- ..
able ingrethdients on a "i 1.,
b,-vrae-. It nill alo an
i l..iu.-r Medicinal Prepa
yuurs, &c.
Prof. ofAnatomy
We have examine I )r, Gn
Tight Seidlitz anid SudW
hesitation in stating that
dated to preserve their cn
air or water. RICHAR
J. C. TCHO
Baltimore, 4!h
The prices of the above P
per box. Six and a fourth t
returned uninjured. The s
up in the ordinary way, for
box-the difference between
the former, owing entirely
costs of the boxes. Both f
the S. W. corner of Howard
where it is constantly k
such articles as are used
Merct
ma 3 2awr?
PAPER H
T IHE SUBSCRIBER resp
friends and the public g
ceived his spring assortme
Paper Hangings, which wi
his assorinment very extends
Chambers, Halls, &c. &c.
Fresco Papers, f.'rsi
Goid anIl Silver, Sat
White Satin Grou
New style Gothic
New style Gold and S
Gilt and Cl
Pannell Papers, Views,Co
&c. &c. All i.t which will b
Persons in want of Paper H
and examine for these
WALTER C
No. 104 Balti
ma 10 Im betweenS


,-, xa Avi A It, pCaA l',A sA A i tIA1 l
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE, BAL'
DAILYTO TH' .,.':Fil. ('-LNDAYSEXCEPT
VIA THE tl-l-.t %KBY N
PORTSMOUTH AND ROAOKE RAIL DO
i/1 !L- tJ.\71ALCi the S
T H Ef tare on this roa
.1 between Baltimore a
1i13. hALi'IOIal :"T ETI'AM PACKET p
JCOMPAN Y announce to the public, that in ac- The
cordance with the new mail arrangement, the Boats N
composing their lne, viz : nd ater the
ALABAMA .................... Capt. SUTTON. o
GEORGIA...................... Capt. CoryEY. ano
JEWESS .............. ........Capt. HOLME r. at
Will on and after WEDNESDAY, the 26th otMay, e
leave the oIrwir end of Spear's whaif, d
exc-pted) at 9 o'clock, A. M. or Norfo
mouth, Va.
Passengers for Charleston will find the cars
Por tsmouth and Roanoke ail d Company, on
whart, on, their arrival at Portsmouth,ready to cove
them to Weldon, N. C., where they will always ar-
rive in time to take the cars for Wilmington, f
which point to Charleston is by Steamboat, shich
leaves Wi!minr.ton rrimmediately after the Passenge
are delivered horn tihe cars. Line, on a
Passegris (or Richmond, Petersburg, or interme-
di;.ti points on James River, by leaving Baitimrie on
Mon ay, Wednesday, or Friday, witl sleep on board d
toe Bay Boat and be trarislerred to the James Rive
Boat next morning.
The Steauribot Fox leaves the Black Water station
on the. Portsmonih and Roanoke Rail Road, every T
Monday,Wednesday arid Friday, on the arrival of the
cars from Portsmouth, tbr Edenton antd Plymouth,
N C., and returns every Tuesday, T
Saturday, delivering her passengers to the ca
they pass down from Weldon, enabling them to ar-
rive in Baltimore next dc\ t&i,:.l i excepted
Returning. one of the t,..- will
folk every night (Saturday excited) at 10 o'c
and cross over to Portsmaul, wherese will wai
arrival of the cars Irorn Weldon and depart fo
more as soon as the Passe.gers and a. ...,- a;.eo
a ]F' THE Passenzer Traiso h atml
board, arriving here iuabout 14 hours .itf-0 p
from Port-month.
Should the Boat get nearly ,tart from
Passengers for Philadelphia and New York w
.-.L ,, ,,.i y ,.f being placed on board
.,.' -.,t.t. in thie Patapsco River, and will a
rive in Pniladelphia the same night by 11 o'clo
after having traellet 300 miles in 20 hours,w
as inmuicli tigue as would be incurred n wak
lrom the Hot, I to ti.e wharf.
... freight w:ll be forwarded on the
lelt, unless it is alongside, prior to 8 o'cl
JNO. C. MOALE, General Aget.
imn 24 Baltimore Steam Pac. Co.
STEAM BOAT LINI' FOR PHILADi.L-
PHI1A, do
VIA THE NEW CASTLE ,f FRENCHTOWN
RLROD. HINGTO
k! The Steamboats GEORGE
W- VASHINGTON, Captain
-. .w Trirpe, arid CONSTIfU-
;1 TION, Capt. Chayror, will
alterna eny leave bowly's wharl. Baltim
day, (except Sunday,) at 3" o'clock in the at
fhr Pniladelphia. By this Line passengers lea
Winchester, Hairpers' Ferry, Hagerstown and Fre
crick city, in the morning, andi Washington city at
mid-day, may be in Philadelphiasame evening,
to-.pan-nr-,rs landed and taken up at Ford's Land- Hou
ing, Elk it. aoing andreturning. Passage through
$4. Suppers 50t cts. T. bHl EPPARD, Agent, the
ap) 21 I(t _____d______venine
'l.':teUiIT TO PilliLAAIiLPHIA, ja5
BY THE SIL.LNM BOAT LINE,
S, -' ., freights by this Line asusu-
al with care and attert PHn L
S., .;,' ..,. Shippers will
notice that all treights by this line must be
wharf by 1 o'clock, P. Ml. to insure its going by the
boat same day. T. SHEPPARD, Agent. T %T
ap 21 di I *. f
'T'IMi OF STARTING CHANGED. Wlim'l t. ,a
Tire stearrtowand freight t.,i''.NI.
'" boat Gov. WQLCOTT(t Y
avoid night work) will leave The rigul
.a* aikl Baltimore every Tuesday, ny or the
Thursday arind Salurdav, at 9 o'clock in the morning,
and Port Deposit aid Havre-de-Grac
Wv, *:, i I and Friday, at 8 o'clock in tie morning.
irigi T .ill be received at alltimresand
ward.d. Passage $1. WMI. OWEN, ***Packaes
ma 17 P Psitersri at. be


FOR PATUXEN'T I
HAV
t '_ ..- _ ,,,,,, _
nn .rENTwill commua
uiar. y~ rout o h esuo
THURSDAY oMfrc THU
i i ..,' i .\ ..., h.i d
,1 -.,..n'- 'In. I'hiursday
- -, ,I ,., 'h e city of
other places on the Patxent
thence oni the Sunday ",.eni
n,,-h until further no c
i.. i. I she will stop at
ing
-,:.,- .-. or from Pat
and iare to or hrou
Fre;hf;lt as
le -,.W M
10 .l.i'.A..-''.L. I,
IYE L
LAN1) wilho
v.' v- ,a.--~i.--," .-~
..e ^ .-.a..d.g, .'.., d~aS t
S.1t 6 o'tncckfrmtelr
end Diinain's whatl-her usua
above places, a.d continue
season, returning tihe same
boat this trip, can go and
The toat will cnl for pas
napolis, winch will give
business there suffiicient ti m
Annapolis a
N. B. All baggage'
l'as age to Annapolis ad
Do Including lare to t
_ma 18LEMUEL _L.A
moeK-FA is sAV 1I FP1--l
FTO.SFA1a.B oiA. LN N
ENT, will le
landl Wharfnthectyo
"."... ....; .'' ,''
r .' -'. '. ni
I i'' It i. i.-l" ,e
o'clock, and return from t
freight intended for Fair
whart on ilonday, anid the
be on the wharf at Fair H
meridian, to ensure its bei
today. he 23 MA
lt'0 .. ". .\. ", -'. ,*
,m 'I! Ii JLi i
'I'll Iniiit
T EL N m BIA oa
v~s- --E^. - i tir,
%.-1.7.IBI., Captain George
II ierwillaeCo
S N I nItII \ i N 1.:,Ni|
will leave Washington
NI NG at 6, andl Alex
Both going and returning
passengers and light goods
on the
rti-The freight on such
time of
Zn lippfies are requested to
marked, and especially t
each package wnen practice
whether Alexandlria, Was
And I, cmi.es ot moicairi,
theie t to the agent atlt
s-teaminoat con.piny will
such notice be given wilbi
sons are her,
Pissengeris baggage and p
risk. Apply to
ap 7 PA gn
TO WESTERN AN D
TRAVEL



TlHE GOOD INTENT
leave Baltimore every
afterthe ar ival of the P
For Wheeling, Pittsburg
and Cincinnati, via., Bal
and National Road, t
Through to Wheelin
PILOT FAST LINE leave
o'clock, for the above cities
as the Good Intent Lin
The above Lines connectat
Ohio Li. ,- .11i"i.- -.,;.-al
ville, C' nui.i .ti, l.ouis
lea
For Seats in Baltimore, a
sition "ni .-. f -. No. 1
site th- B i in, ,; an h
HUTCHINSON
THOSE. SHRIVE
ALPIHEUS BEAI.L,
WILLIAM H.S
de 21J .. E An


S Q'TIIER JOHNArHA
" .0, "ay 22d, will con
Sermon on Ihe National Fast
arine st. Presbyteian Chs
steam-stnip Caleonira amr
week, as confidently exp
unaby Rudge, by Boz. Tlhe
embrace a greater variety
ous and Religious Reading
lashed Among thenem are
elections ihorn American and
The Adept, a classical Tal
Animal P1 -n,, .i, an .
,l-'nHr- i,,r ... M
S".-m ', ., a humorous Song,
and other coinplete Tales
&c. Single copies six cen
WM. TAYLO
TEN THOUSAND A
WORLD of this week will
April number of Ten Tto
New World of next week ca
readers, and the admirers
part which will be recei
zine for May, by the Bos
mirable romance by the
will also be presented t
story, enfitled"The Gobl
German of ''Tieck, by the
author of "Sartor Rosartr
tion," &c. Also, a poem
the authors of "Rejecte
North st 4tma
O 1 --'1 he annual .( t
tant L't.--.,',p. Ci.ur.-h ,
session in I'aul*, cl-.in
at 11 o'clock, A.M. on
RICHARD
Secretary of t
ma 4 d4t 10 1


de 23 IRS d A.
IHARNDEN & CO'
NEW YORK & BO



R IA DFiN A. CO. res
friends and the public
rangements with the Phila
to run their ears through i
and Phil
These cars will run in
York andt Bt
Psckaaes of Goods, Sampl
at our office, No. 42 Souini
before tne car leaves, wil
same, and in Bosto
H. & Co. will transact i
and all kinds ou
N. B. Harnden & Co. are
loss or injury of any article
their charge, nor is any r
be attached to, the Carmd
Steamboat Company, on who
their crates are and may be
them or their con
N. B.-The above arrange
Thursday, Apr
J. W. LAWRE
No. 42 South '1 bir
WM. WYMA
No. 2 Wall st
HARNDE
mh 19 If
N u.T.ICE-A dividend of
Inning the first upon tihe
& Cq., will be ready lor
the 7th
Credilors who have not
statements of claims wil
mediately to either
THOMAS 11 II
ma 20 FRANCIS I. l
I NII E creditors of LE
. by notified to troduc
designed before the 1st
claims duly proved against
a dividnlend may be made of
in the hands t
ma20 d8t* P* J
C IT T COMMISSION
timore, 170' May, 1841
ers have received an appli
Monument Street from the e
to the west side of Howar
proprietors of ground f
Str
'T'hey therefore hereby g
may concern, that they wi
SATURDAY, the 29th day
clock, A. M., to take int
mine on said appl
mRa 19 dt29 RC
( I'I COMMISSION
S timore, May 21, 1841-Ti
hereby give notice of thiei
day the 28th day of May i
M., to establish the lines
situated on the east side
Fleet and Wilk streets, a
Daniel
The I,-',.-.r and all p
quested I., ,t-:1.1 at the
pers. By order,
ma 24
P lIMl FAMRILT H
from S. Schooley of Cinci
Family HAMS, considered
rior to n, tinr' nup in tha
ness. .',m ,sL ite
On hand-A Lot Jo.y
Z. H.
rera 13 eo6t WP
T THtEi PREKOSB
TORY, BOOKS on sale;
Religious, History, with
locations. No Il
London Works; Miscell
thew Henry, containing ri
pendix of what Christ is
Itev.Phillip Henry; Halibu
on his life and writings,
the whole Worms of the l
M. A.; Whitson's Josephu
plation on the Old and Ne
ot God and Truth; the Wo
D., Bishop of Cboyne, with a
1 volunr,; Dairy of 'I hi
the Parliaments of Oliver
4 volumes; Jennings' Jew
Hi',tory oflhe Inqnisition;
to the east coast of Green
un ,e 1r.nis
ma 19DV O S
'1O I'll. L.- i ..Cu' C it--d
l ing the Mercantile Bus
their c-ncern, will si ll
dating tea ins, iheir
Those who wish to purch
whom the terms of sa
Until a sale is. effected,
siness at reduced retail
un-etltled accounts wti thm
que-ted.lo call and clo
EVANS, M
Havre-de-Grace, Feb.
P. S. The puinchaser con o
house, which for advantage
best in town.
LOG CABIN FAN
C Y. HAYNES, No. 52Nort
wold inform the trade
continues to manuf.cture
Plain Fans of all descripts
ored paper, satin, silk and
is in great demand in theN
facturer is daily adding h
numerous orders. Merchan
would do well to call ant
purchasing elsewhere. An
dence or at Mr. Otis Spear's
tende
ALSO--Has on hand and
every variety of Fancy Bo
and Puff Boxes, all of which
or approved paper,
CLOCKS, CLO
RASS CLOCKS,at th
S DOLLARS each, suitable
bed rooms, kitchees, &
Merchants would do well t
above mentioned Clocks. Th
cle for exportation, as one
in the compass of one
wholesale and retail b
more street,
N. B. Also, a few Bed
sale as above.,
'i tOMAS W.
AUCTIONEERS AND
CHA
No. 8 CENTRAL
Thea. W. Sears.
Liberal cash advances'm
fer to Garland &
I ocl P