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THURSDAY MORNING, Nov. I I, 19-14.
WARD MEETINGS. The propriety of calling
Ward Meetings for the purpose of organizing
the American Republican party, &c. is suggest
ed by a correspondent in to-day's paper. The
matter is entirely in the hands of the Ameri
can Republicans of the several wards, and it is j
for thcin to determine when it will he expe
dient to hold meetings and to organize.
MARYLAND STOCKS. These stocks have do-!
clined considerably within a few days past, the
present price of 6's being 13 1-2. We cannot
soe any reason for this depreciation, as the le
gislature will doubtless pass such revenue law.,
as may he required to sustain the credit of the '
state. Laws to this effect have been too long
delayed, and it will be found indispensible to
enact them at the ensuing session, unless we
are prepared to submit to the disgrace of be-,
coming repudiators.
PARTIES. The New York Tribune, in en
deavoring to induco the whig party to continue
its organization, says—"The more parties shall
be multiplied the more those who take up po
litics as a trade will bo sure to have it all their !
own way." This is precisely our reason for j
wishing to see but two parties in the country,,
viz: thoso who unite for the extension of the
naturalization laws, and for the advancement
of American interests; and those who combine
in favor of foreign interests. The American
party consists of whigs and democrats, who
think it high time that foreign immigrants
should be prohibited from interfering in our
elections until they shall have been long
enough in the country to exercise the right of
suffrage intelligibly. They desire also to re
form the abuses which have arisen from party
conflicts—to have our elections conducted free
froin fraud and violence—the constitution and
laws of the land respected and obeyed; and a
truly American feeling infused into the people,
and into all the transactions of government.—
With this party all can unite, for it is based
upon principles which must conduce to the
general happiness, socially and politically.—
Why then, should the Tribuno seek to per
petuate present party distinctions, when the.
welfare of the country can be better promoted '
by a geueral rally with the American Repul>-
lican party? The conflict between the two old
parties has continued for about twenty years ,
and what we ask, is the benefit which tile
country lias derived from the contest? Has it)
advanced the causo of religion or morality? or
has it increased devotion to the union? Neither: j
on the contrary, an inveteracy of feeling liasj
been produced, which, in many cases, inter
feres with the harmony of social intercourse |
whilst even distinguished statesmen talk as fa-'
initially of dissolving the union, as if it wore a
matter of little importance. Is it not then the (
part of patriotism to endeavor to turn the cur
rent into a more peaceful and beneficent ehan- 1
nel? This cannot be done by continuing the j
present array of parties; but may be accom
plished by uniting all who desire the happiness
of their country, in the noble effort to preserve
the union.
LECTURES ON CHEMISTRY. We notice b>
the papers, that Prof. W. E. A. Aikin, of this
city, proposes to deliver a course of experi-;
mental lectures on Chemistry, at the Medical I
College in Lombard street, commencing this!
evening; and we hope the ladies and gentle
men of Baltimore will avail themselves of so
favorable an opportunity to obtain, for the tri-j
fling sum of one dollar for the sixteen lectures,
an amount of information upon this interest- j
ing science, which they could not obtain in any j
other way for twenty times the amount. Pro
fessor Aikin's abilities, as a lecturer, and as a
perfect master of the science, are well known;
his apparatus very extensive; and his experi
ments always singularly successful and bril
linut. Each lecture will he independent.
FRONT STREET THEATRE. It will he seen
by advertisement that the managers of this
Theatre, having made engagements olsewliere.
will conclude their stay at this Theatre, on Sa
turday evening next. A fine bill is presented
for to-night, for the benefit of Mr. Silsbee, the
laughter-making personntor oftho true Yankee
character. No person should let this favora
blo opportunity pass without enjoying tho rich
treat it affords. Go early if you want to get a
good scat, for wo apprehend a crowded house.
MAD'I.LC FANNY. The inclemency of the
weather lias hitherto prcventod many ladies
calling on this c istinguished foreigner. She will
be at homo every day and evening during the
week, dressed after the latest imported fashion.
NATIVE BORN CITIZENS. In the Court of
Chancery, New York, on Monday, Assistant ]
Vice Chancellor Sandford decided in the cast
* ofß. Lynch vs. J.Clark and Julia Lynch, that
a child born in this country, of alien paren s,
is a citizen of the United States. Ihe rulo
applies equally whero the paicnts are bore
temporarily, as when they come here for a per
manent residence. The children or foreigrf am
bass idors are an exception.
NAI VI." The U. S. frigate Constitution, Cap
tain Pcrcival, sailed from Rio Janeiro for the
East Indies, previous to the 19th September.
The Congress sailed Sept. 15th for Mor.tevi
dco. There was no American vessel of war in
that post on the 19th Sept.
[For the American Republican.]
Taking a groat interest in tho course you
have adopted, by devoting your paper and labor
to the cause of true American Republicanism,
allow we to ask your answer upon a few ques
tions, such as aro put to mo daily by a good
many adopted citizens, and particularly those
of German tongue, in our city and its neigh
borhood, viz:—Mow long would you wisli the
naturalization law extended? Shall the honest
adopted citizen be capable to fill ofliecs as for
merly? And what is tho course you will here
after follow, as regards the toleration of Catho
lic as well as Protestant sects in our country?
Certainly you will not claim that your cause
is the same as tho Kensington and Southwark
rioters in Philadelphia?—and let my word he a
sufficient guarantee, that a fiee answer to this
will dcci le the course of at least 800 or 1000
of our German Americans in this city. I must
confess, that of late the European Governments
have transported criminals and others to this
country, who never ought to possess the holy
right of citizenship: but at the same time would
it not be well, not to admit any person to the
said right who is net able to prove by a certifi
cate from some of our consuls in European
harbors, that he is neither a criminal nor for
mer inhabitant of an almshouse? And further,
it might be of great importance that every per
son wishing to become a citizen should bring
forth a good recommendation by twelve of our
citizens, such as have known him for five years.
However, this is merely a wish expressed by
me; let more capable men think ot this. In
conclusion, 1 expect an answer upon this
through your paper, and recommend to you |
that such should bo published in all city papers,
German as well as English.
AN ADOPTED GERMAN CITIZEN.
We publish the abovo communication with ;
some hesitation, as it introduces a subject which
we desired to keep out of the paper entirely— j
namely, religious differences. We entertained [
the hope, that what we had heretofore said in j
reference to this subject, together with the :
whole tenor of our lives, would have afforded
a sufficient assurance, that we never could or ,
would unito in the proscription or persecution
of any persons or sect because of their religious !
! belief. But we shall proceed to reply to the
i questions of our correspondent in regular oi
j der—and
First —How long shall the naturalization
laws he extended?
Wo answer—a sufficient time to enable the
foreigner to become familiar wi.h our system
of government—its policy and its interests:
long enough for him to abandon prejudices and
predilections, and to become identified in feel
ing and interest with tho American people. It
, is not for us to prescribe the precise period of
; probation; and on this subject there inay well
;be difference of opinion. We shall be content
with such prolongation as will accomplish the
! object, and nothing less, even if it be found
necessary to adopt the longest period which
i has been named; though possibly a shorter one
would suffice.
Secondly —Shall the honest adopted citizens
bo capable of holding offices as heretofore?
Wo reply—yes. When once a man has been
received as a citizen, lie should have the privi
leges of one as now allowed by the constitution
;of the country. Some of our most valuable ci-
I tizens are of foreign birth; and we would not
' advocate any measure which couid affect their
rights as citizens. Although we are native
born, and ardently attached to tho country of
our birth, we have not, and shall not, hoist the j
.Votive American flag—on tho contrary, our j
motto is "Our Country," embracing all, whe- |
tlier nativo or naturalized, who are for promot- !
ing its interests against the designs of foreign i
governments.
Thirdly —What is the course you will here-]
alter follow, as regards the toleration of Catlio- J
lie as well as Protestant sects in our country? '
Answer—Precisely the course which we have j
heretofore pursued—that is, to let every man i
Pdlow the dictates of his own conscience. Wo j
shall not undertake to dictate to any one in
matters of faith; and never—i.ever can we bo !
induced to persecute any one for difference of
opinion. The very religion which we profrss
teaches us riol oven to judge others lest we be j
judged. Wo deny the right of any man to !
question U3 as to our mode of worshipping our j
Creator. It is a matter between our God and
ourselves; and for which we do not hold our
selves responsible to any man, or to any hu
man tribunal. What we claim as our own j
light, wo willingly grant to others. No man
nor no sect, need therefore, apprehend persecu
tion, or evon interference with religious belief, J
at our hands. It is true, that we would oppose ]
to the utmost of our power, tho combination of
any sect to produco an union of church and ]
state—even if the sect to which we belong were '
to make the effort. We are in favor of perfect'
toleration in religious matters.
We have thus replied to the query of our
correspondent, on this point, in plain and ex
plicit terms. In this matter our principles arc
unchangeable. They have "grown with our
growth, and strengthened with our strength;"
and no consideration shall induco us te swerve
from them. We hope, therefore, that our cor
respondent is satisfied that wo will never at
tempt to violate a right guaranteed by the con
stitution of our country.
Wo claim no affinity with rioters or violators
of law, of any description. If we did woshould
he unworthy the nuaio of American Republi
cans. What wc aim at is the good of tho coun
try, by tin extension oftho naturalization laws,
and the absolute prohibition, if it be possible, of
the transportation by foreign governments, of
their convicts and paupers to tliis country. We
have no idea that the convicts and paupers of
Europe shall enjoy privileges and exercise
rights, which wc would deny to tho same classes
of our own soil. The suggestions of our cor
respondent on this subject arc good, and might
afford the moans of security against the evil.
Having responded, as we believe, to all the
questions propounded by our correspondent, we
have only in conclusion to say, that wo hope
the subject of religion will never again be
brought up in connexion with that of Arueii
can Republicanism. Lot others do as they
will, we shall never deviate from the course
which wehavo prescribed to ourselves, as above
indicated.
NATURAIUZED. It is staled that there were
1400 voteis naturalized in Erie county, N. Y.,
a short tuno before the election.
HOOKS. We have been favored by Mr. N.
Hickman, with the following publications:
" Elements of Rhetoric and Literary Criticism
by J. R. Boyd, A. M.—designed for the use oi
Common Schools and Academies.
"Critical and -Miscellaneous Essays," by T. B.
Macaulay—l'nrt VI. Price 12 1-2 cents.
"McCulloch's Gazetteer" —Part XX. Price 25
cents.
From Messrs. Armstrong & Berry, we have
also received copies of the first and last men
tioned works.
ILLUMINATED BIBLE. The 12th No. of Har
per's Illuminated Bible, has been received by
Messrs. Shurtz & Taylor.
Also, the Ist No. of "A History of Greece,"
by the R't. Rev. Connop Thirl wall, Lord Bi-j
shop of St. David's. Harper & Brother's pub- 1
fishers. Price, 25 cents a number.
BETTING ON ELECTIONS. VVe see it stated I
that a gentleman of Philadelphia lost $ 17,000 j
on the late Presidential election, and that Mr. ,
Blair, of the Washington Globe, has won $lO,-1
000 from Messrs. Riggs & Cochrane, of that
city. This, wo presume, forms but an ittsig-L
nificant portion of the great amount of money
lost and won by the result of the recent politi
cal contest. The practice of betting is becom-j
ing too prevalent, and we trust that some modej
will hereafter be adopted to suppress it.
UNIVERSALIST FAIR. The ladies engaged in j
the fair, now being heldi n the session room
the C'alvert-st. Universalist Church, will accept J
our thanks for the very fine pound cake sent us
yesterday; and if it may be taken as a speci
men of what they have prepared for those who,
patronize them, we commend their good taste,'
and would advise all those who desire to en
joy "the good things of this fife," to pay them
a visit. Some fiuo chances, too, arc offered,
to obtain possession of excellent articles of use
and fancy. We bespeak for the ladies a liberal
patronage.
LORD'S DAY CONVENTION. The Maryland j
1 Baptist convention has appointed the following
1 delegates to the National Convention to assem
! ble in this city in a few days, to adopt measures
1 for a more due observance of the Lord's day,
! viz: Rev. J. Chapin, D. D., Rev. A. Samson,
; Rev. S. P. Hill, Rev. J. Aldrich, Rev. R.
Compton, Rev. G. W. Samson, Rev. J. A.
] McKean, Rev. F. Wilson.
I RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT. Religious services
, are to be held simultaneously this week in some
of the churches of the third Presbytery, N. Y.,
when addresses are to be made by clergymen
appointed for the purpose, on the follow ing sub
jects: 1 Obstacles to, and peculiar desirableness
, of special etfusious of the Holy Spirit on that
j city 2. Duties growing out of tire present low
J state of religion. 3 Encouragements to seek the
j special mercies of Heaven.
MORMON DIFFICULTIES. We understand,
! says the St. Louis Republican, that the late
i grand jury of Hancock county, 111., assembled
1 at Charthage, found indictments, for the rnur-
L dor of Joseph and llyrum Smith, against Sharp,
j Williams, and ten others, making in all twelve
'indictments. It is believed some curious and
I probably strange developments of the political |
maneuvering and management of some of tlioj
political managers in Illinois will be made in the.
course of these trials. We are told that nearly [
every one indicted has caused subpoenas to bej
issued for Governor Ford; and boast of what j
they can prove in justification or extenuation
by the Governor. Timo will show how fur!
these expectations are to he realized.
A NOVEL AND USEFUL NOTION. Awagish!
boarder at ono of tlie New York fashionable j
hotels, where they are in tho habit of putting!
every man's bill under ins door weekly, hasj
nailed a tin sign at the foot of his door, on the j
outside, with the noted inscription, "Stick no
bills hero." The same sign would do to hang ;
on the musquito bars of one's BEDSTEAD, in tliej
summer season.
LARGE REWARD. A reward of one tliou-j
sand dollars is offered for the apprehension ofj
tho person that stabbed Mr. N. A. Lowry, in
Jamestown, Chatauquc county, N. Y., evi
dently with a view to take his fife. The re- '
coverv of Mr. L. is doubtful. Suspicion rests j
on an individual.
CRFY INTELLIGENCE.
Haiti more City Court. In this Court yester
day the following cases were tried:—Nicholas
Foxcroft, charged with rioting — not guilty.
WM. B. Scliaeffbr, charged with assaulting
Fred'k Eilorman, was found guilty, and fined
$1 and costs; and for a similar offence towards
John Nordman, was fined in a like sum. John
YV. Turner, charged with having burglariously!
entered the house of Mr. Parrott, was declared
not guilty. Tho Court adjourned over till 10
o'clock this morning.
Important and Interesting Sail. We learn |
that two of the officois recently dismissed byi
the new Mayor have instituted suit for the pur-j
pose of obtaining the payment of their salary 1
up to March next, to which time they contend |
they were appointed to servo. This will bean'
interesting issue.
Melancholy Death. The body of a female,!
named Eliza Sparks or Parks, was taken from!
the Falls yesterday morning, in an almost life
less condition; soon after which she clapped her
hands upon her heart and died almis n lant
ly. YVO learn that she had been seen in the
neighborhood tho previous evening, witli a
small female child in cliarge;and it is supposed
that passing down L'ilt-st., she may have miss
ed tho bridge, und thus fallen into the Falls.
We also understand that the voice of some per
son, supposed to have benn in distress, was
iicird in tho neighborhood, on the previous
evening, but no one could ascertain from
whence it proceeded. An inquest was held by
Coroner Hare, and a verdict rendered of acci
dental drowning. The remains of tho unfortu
nate deceased were taken t > tho Middle Dis
trict watch-house, to await the arrival of her
friends, who reside in Baltimoro county.
Caught in a Bad Box. YY'm. Thompson was
dis overed in the store of Mr. Thomas Rice, on
Tuesday night; and not being able to show
cause why bo should not bo suspected of an
evil intent, he was taken to the Western Dis
trict watch-house, and from tlieuce, in tho
morning, by order of Joseph Brown, Esq., he
was taken to jail.
Stealing. Wm. Vent, charged with stealing
a coat, pair of pantaloons, jacket, and a watch,
the property of Andrew Negal, was committed!
to jail yesterday, by 8. S. Briggs, Esq. I
PRINTING, and PRINTING of
very description, executed with great despatch, at No.
134 BALTIMORE STREET—euch as
M VMMOTN p. IT TsS Much larger than any other
MAMMOTH BILLBJ offic „ can execute.
LOTTERY BILLS, CHECKS,
CIRCULARS, BILLS OF LADING,
STAGE St HATTERS' BILLS,
RAIL ROAD BILLS, Sic. Sic.
Indeed it is needless to enumerate, an we are pos
sessed of facilities for doing work, in every style, and in
a manner unsurpassed in thin city.
ftty-LADIES' FAIR AT THE UNIVERSALIST
CIIURCH. The Fair for the Beneftlof the Univer
salist Church which commenced in the Session Room
of the Church, cor. Calvert and Pleasant-sts.nn MON
DAY EVENING, Nov. 11, will be continued every day
and evening through the week, from 16 o'clock, A. M.
to lo o'clock, P.M. The collection of useful und
fancy articles is very large, and we would respectfully
invite ALL to visit the Fair.
Season tickets, admitting a lady and gentleman, 50
cents; single tickets 1*24 cents each - to be obtained at
the door. M. A. VV. MASON, President.
MABY E. SIIRIQLKY, Sec'y. nl3 tf
30-MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
Members are informed that the regular meeting for
the present month, will be held on THURSDAY
EVENING, Nov. 14th, at seven o'clock, having been
adjourned from Nov. 7th.
Several interesting doeumenis relating to Maryland
will be brought before the Society.
A full and punctual attendance is desired.
nl3 2t S. F. STREETER, Rcc. Sec.
30- WHOOPING COUGH, ASTHMA, Ac. The
"IVHOOPING COUGH CORDIAL" is a specific
or absolute cure for WHOOPING COUGH, ASTH
MA, and all Strictures of the air passages, Ac. Itis
believed to he the only Specific ever discovered for
these complaints. It affords comfort promptly, and
when its use Is persevered in effects a permanent
c ire of all the diseases above mentioned. Upwards
of two hundred children have been cured of Whoop
ing Cough within the last 8 weeks by the use of this j
Cordial. To be obtained only of Dr. GIDEON B.
SMITH, Basement of the Chesapeake Bank, North
street, and at his residence in Mulberry street, be
tween Peatl and Pino streets, Baltimore. Price ONE
DOLLAR per bottle. n9-lm*
ag- ANNUAL MEETING. MERCANTILE U
HRARY ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting ofj
the Association will be held at lite Library Rooms on
THURSDAY EVENING, 14th instant, at 74 o'clock, I
w hen the Board of Directors will make a statement
of the affairs of the Association for the past year.
Honorary members are respectfully invited to attend.
8 J T. ENGLAND, Cor. Sec'y.
raj- ELECTION NOTICE. MERCANTILE LI
11RARY ASSOCIATION. Notice is hereby given,
that an election for officers to manage the affairs of
the Association for the ensuing year, will he held at
lite Library Rooms, on SATURDAY, Ifilli instant,
between tho bouts of 10, A. M. and 5, P. M.
nS J. T. ENGLAND, Cor. Sec'y.
30-TO THE LOVERS OF LITERATURE. The
Miltord Bard will write for any person in the city of
Baltimore, or in the United States, on any subject con
nected with literature or science. Orations from $5
to $lO, occupying twenty and forty-five minutes. Lec
tures $5 to 1(1; Letters and Essays $3; Pieces for de
, clauiaiion $3 to $5. Inscriptions for tombs $3 to $5.
' Sentimental Tales $5 to $lO. Advertisements $1 to
$3. Songs $3. News Carriers Addresses $5. Acros
tics $l. Pieces for Alliums, Ac. Ac. 5 cents per line.
Persons at a distance will address (post p.iitl and en
; closing remuneration) the Milford Bard, or I)r. John
Loll,mil, Baltimore. Citizens will call ut the VVash
i ing ton University, East Baltimore street. Those who
cannot call, will drop a line iu the post office, enclos-
I iog the quid pro quo (£0- Editors friendly to me, will
please give an insertion. nl2
A N AMERICAN REPUBLIC A N wants a
situation as Porter in some large establishment,
where lie could make himself useful to his employer,
i For referent c, apply at this office. n 1*18:
BilTi' MCti. .lust tceeived. a good lot of VVEsT
BM EllN BUTTER, which will be retailed at 1-2J
' cents per lb. by T. VV. GEORGE,
i It* cast cor. of Lexington and Green sts.
(AO-PA tPMERSHIP. ELI AS CL AM PITT
J litis this day associated witli hint, in the lira s
i Foundering Business, JOSHUA REGESTEIL The
j business will in future he carried on under the firm of
I CL AM PITT A ItIUESTKR.
EL lAS CLAM PITT,
It* JOSHUA REG ESTER.
C 1 LAM PITT At REG ESTER,
J BRASS FOUNDERS,
No. 47 lIOLLIDAY ST., near the City Hall,
! Respectfully inform their friends and the public gen
! erally, that they are now prepared to execute all or
! ders in their line of business on Ihe most reasonable
terms, and at the shot test notice.
N. 11. Cosh given for Old Copper, Brass and Zinc,
till eo2m'
SELLING OUT!
ONE OF THE MOST SPLENDID STOCKS OF
GOODS ever offered in this Market.
EI!. ESTES. No. IDD BALTIMORE-ST.,
• being determined to sell nut his entire stock of
Rich Full and Winter GOODS, will oiler them at
prices lower than they have ever been sold, or can lie
had elsewhere- every article will be sold below the
market price, without regard to cost, so as to make it
to the interest of all to buy. Great inducements will
be offered to Country and City Merchants. A? it is so
generally knowi! h's s toeK consists of the richest
and most desirable goods imported, he deems it un
necessary to give a particular description of them.
30-Purchasers are moat respect ully solicited to
call and see lor themselves. nl4-2t*
FASHIONABLE HATS AND (JAFB.
A Fashionable and Cheap lIAT and CAP
STORE, No. 189 PRATT STREET, (on
the south side,) between Charles and lla
novcr-sts. The undersigned offers to his
friends attd the public, hi- best Beaver
HATS at $4; Nutria Beaver $3 and $0..i1); Uassimcre
Hnts at $3; Brush Hatss3,sll; llus.-ins at $3; Silk lints
at $O, $2.50 and $3; For HATS of good quality, $1.50
to s2.so—with a gootl assortment of plain and fancy
Cloth and Velvet CAPS; fine Fur Caps of every kind,
cheap for cash only at the new list and Cap Store,
No. 189 PRATT STREET, between Charles and Ha
novet, on the south side. Please remember the name!
nl4 lm RICHARD H. lIURTT.
LUM BEtt: I X'.VIB EH!!
WE OFFER FOR SALE low, for cash or
approved credits, in lots to suit purchasers,
104,090 feet 4-4, 6-4, 8-4 Panned ami Common
200,000 4 4,6 4, 8 4 Select Callings
200,00(1 " 4-4,6 4, 8 4 Culling*
250,000 " Joist, Scantlings and Rafters
50,000 " Dressed Flooring
25,000 84,124, 16 4 Ash and Oak
100,000 2 feet Cypress Shingles
100,000 1 0 and 12 inch Bundle Shingles
150,000 Sawed and Split Lathes
50,000 VV. Pine 2 feet Shingles.
Together with a general assortment of Lumber.
BURNS A SLOAN,
nl4-eo4t* Corner of German and Eulaw-sts.
T l>!t. LEACH, T
E SURGEON AND MECHANICAL K
K BRKTIST, K
T No. 51 NORTH CHARLES STREET, T
II Opposite St. Paul's Church, H
Pretends to lie the Cheapest Dentist in the city, and
warrants nil operations to he equal to the best, and to
suit tho paricnt or no pay required. None but the best
Porcelain Teeth, and purest Gold used TEETH in
serted from $1.50t0 s3 each Extracting v 5 els. nl4
co N.VB Y AN <JI N <;.
CAEORGE 11. CINNAMON D will prepare to
JC order, nnv Deed or Instrument of writing for the
Conveyance and tra mfcr of real estate. He will al.-o
make examinations of titles to property in Baltimore.
Having been for many years in the employment of
one of the must eminent Conveyancers in iltis city,
and more recently engaged in the Record Office, lie
trn-ts ho has acquired sufficient experience to perform
satisfactorily ull business entrusted to him.
To the members of the Baltimore Rar lie particu
larly tenders his services: Engrossing of Deeds will
he done in superior style, and searches made that can
he relied on with confidence. At Mr. Lloyd's office,
St. Paul street, cornet of Church Lane nl4 "i*',|
RUBBERS! RUBBEK&ti! KUiiitLtvo::!
OVER-SHOES! OVER-SHOES!
Of every Kind, quality an 1 description, at loo; prices.
A -—x Misses Rubbers, for 50 cents
Lndies' do. 75 "
Men's Rubberssl. Also, a vety beautiful article of
Ladies' new stxle Goodycnr's Patent Rubbers, war
ranted not to hard n by cold, a very choice and com
fortable article. Ladies, gentlemen and children can
be suited in Over shoes, at No. 231 MAKKET-ST.,
one door above Charles-st.
II!4-3I It. R OntFftV
.IAIVILS t>trUt,tx,
No. 168 li VLTIMORE-BT.,
INFORMS the public that lie has, at considerable
expense, erected a Transit Instrument, and has
otherwise prepared himself to rate and repair Chro
nometers in connection with the celebrated house of
Bliss A Creighlon, of New York. Any work entrust
ed to lum will be attended lo promptly and faithfully
/r>S? at moderate i barges. He also continues iu
rt% repair Watches of every description. A good
frj-e jßnssortinent of t'krouometers, Watches, Ac.,*
ijCi'.i-J'.vill he constantly on hand for sale. A stand
ard of true time xvill he kept and daily noted with the
greatest accuracy, and every attention given to the j
subject, that perfect rclinnce may be had in that de- j
partmcnt by the community. nl4 2i*
EAST BALTIMORE
YOUNG L\I)I KS' Hid il SCHOOL,
CORNER EXETER A* GRANIIY STS.
,3. BUTLER .ITKLVS, B. -3., PRINCIPAL.
fittllS Institution has been established in cmnpli- |
M- ance with the urgent solicitations of ninny of
the citizens of this portion of the city, and will lie
opened on THURSDAY', the 21st instant.
The Principal is determined that the School shall '
be one of the highest order, and not excelled by any
in the city.
It will he conducted in every department, similar to
the celebrated Albany Female Seminary.
The Principal will make it his chief aiin to impart
to his pupils the most thorough practical and accom
plished education, to encourage ns-iduily in study,
and to observe the strictest discipline. Instruction
will be given in the Ancient and Modern Language*.
Lectures on the Sciences and Belles Lettres, will
be delivered throughout the year.
Reports will be made weekly, by the Principal, of
each young Ladies' progress and deportment.
The building is pleasantly located at ihe corner of
EXETER and GRANBYSTS., and the school rooms arc
very commodious.
Alusic, Drawing. Painting and the Ornamental
Branches, at Professors' prices.
The Principal would respectfully ask the patronage
of the citizens of East Baltimore.
Kcferencisi
Rev. ELIPHAI.ET NOTT, D. I)., Shenectady, N. 1".
" ALONZO POTTER, I). D , "
" CYRUS MASON, D. IL, New York.
" HENRY S. KEPPI.ER, Baltimore.
Judge JAMES HARWOOD, "
RKVEROY JOHNSON, Esq. nIJ-lw
PRICES REDUCED!"
rajHE Subscribers have yet on hand a very large
JL and desirable stock of English, French and
American CLOTHS, CASSIMEUES and DOE
SKINS, of all colors,. tyles and qualities, Wool Bl'd,
Indigo Blue, and Drab Beaver and Pilot CLOTHS.
Beautiful Fancy SII.KS, all colors; rich FRENCH
CASHMERES; Repp Cashmere; Cashmere de Ecosse
and Mouslin de Laines.
Splendid SILK, Printed Cashmere, Broche and
Woollen SHAWLS, and many other seasonable
Goods, which they are determined to close out. Per
sons wishing to obtain bargains are invited In give
them a call, as the above Goods will be sold at a con
siderable reduction on former priecs.
HORSEY A NELSON, No. 65 Baltimore st.
Also, fine super and extra fine Whitney BLANK
ETS, and low priced Point do., which will be sold
cheap. nl4-eolm
AN OTHKR NAGI\ 1 CICEAT BIULEUI
THE FIELD! The Illustrated Oxford Bible,
now published in London—the first part of which has
just arrived, and lor beauty of typography and rion
steel engravings cannot be surpassed, at the low pi ice
of *25 cents per part. Part 1 contains 3 large splendid
steel plates—to he issued on the Ist and 15th of encli
month. To illustrate the Sacred History, in a series
of Historical Engraving from tho well-known and
highly-prized works of the Old Masters, as Rubens,
Rembrandt, Kafi'aulle, Michael Angela, Titian Cor
ropgio, Ac as well as from designs by Modem Artists,
is the object of the present work. The plates, which
are new and expressly engraved for this work, adorn
ed with characteristic borders, illustrative of the dif
ferent subjects, will lie finished in the highest style of
art, and will bear a comparison Willi the most expen
sive works of the kind. Subscriptions received by
W. N. HARRISON, Agent for Maryland,
No. 49 North Gay street,
ni l Opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall.
J UST RECEIVED, at No. O NORTH-BT.,
by Publishers'U. Slates Mail, in advance of all
others, No. I*2 of H ARPER'S ILLUMINATED AND
PICTORIAL BlBLE—the most beautiful number
yet —being embellished by no less than nine splendid
engravings, as well as the usual small illustrations,
and Ornamental Letters.
Subscribers will please call early, to secure u first
| superb impression. Price 25 cents.
Also, No. I HISTORY OF GREECE, by the Right
1 Rev CouirnpThirlwall, Lord Bishop of St. David's—
-1 to lie completed in 6 Nos., at 25 cents each.
ONSLOW; or. The Protege of un Enthusiast, an
Historical Traditionary Tale of the South, by a Gentle
man of Alabama. Price 31} cents.
For sale, wholesale and retail, with all the New
and Cheap Publications, by
SIIURTZ A TAYLOR, 6 North St.
Near the Post office, Halt.—and
WM. TAYLOR A CO.
It Penn. Avenue, Washington, D.C,
STEAM EHGINE FOKEAUR. AlO horse
STEAM ENGINE, in complete order, will be sold
very low. Applv to
JAMES S. SUTEIt, No. 7 Concord-st.
nI3-tf Near Lomhard-st.
£ fc g fed W V DDLI.AIIsI'AN HE OIL
TAINEI) TO DAY, AT
SCHOOLFIEI.D & GO'S, FOR AN OUTLAY OF
ONLY $5, where was sold yesterday, to Nos. 2 15 46,
a prize of.*sl,ooo, to a gentleman of this city; Nos. *2
61 70, n prize of $5OO, sent to a patron at Hanover,
Pa.; Nos. 30 *l6 75, a prize of $-()!), sold to a citizen.
Nos. Maryland Consolidated Lottery, class No. 37,
drawn Nov'r 13—lowest prize $5.88:
2 15 70 75 *25 61 5 46 13 52 80 14
Draws TO DAY, the brilliant scheme of Maryland
Consolidated Lottery, class 17 extra.
THE CAPITALS ARE:
1 prize of $20,000 I 1 prize of $2,189
1 " 5,000 10 " 1,000
1 " 3,000 |4O " 250, ic.
Tickets $5.00; halves $2.50; quarters 1.25.
In which Schoolficld St Co. will Sell on certificate
packages of *26 tickets for only $16.50, and can draw
over $30,000,
For th'c capitals, send on your orders to the ever
fortunate SCHOOL FIELD St CO.,
No. 1 Calvert street,
It First office fioin Baltimore street.
8 g UZZAI HUZZA! $l3OO sold'at EGER-
B TONS, for only $1.25, to comb. 514 30, drawn
yesterday. Who says now that ours are not the lucky
offices. This day, $20,009, tickets $5, qrs. $1.25.
_To-morrow, $12,000, tickets $4, qrs. $l.
__" Small Fry'' on Sntuiday—a full package of wholes
for $14.80; quarters only $3.70.
SPLENDID SCHEME:
1 prize of $4,000 2 prizes of $3OO
i '•< 1,000 2 " 200
I 6(O 5 " 150
1 " 459 5 125, ke.
Tickets sl.oo—shares in proportion.
Tickets hv the package or single share for sale at
EGERTUNS' EVER LUCKY OFFICES,
Corner Snuth-st. and Exchange Place; or,
It Corner Commerce and Pratt streets.
$3. a)<| THIS DAY, for $5, at
eiii $"5" "x * the prize office of MIL
LER St CO , where was sold in the Md. Susquehan
na Canal Lottery, class No. 37, drawn yesterday, the
rich and beautiful prize of $l,OOO, half tickets, Nos.
2 15 52, that cost only $2.50.
THIS) DAY will be drawn the Md. Consolidated
Lottery, class 17—75 Nos., 15 drawn ballots—a rich
and splendid scheme—making 15 prises out of every
package of *26 tickets.
SPLENDID SCHEME:
1 prize of $20,000 I 10 prizes of $l,OOO
1 " 5,000 , 40 " 250
1 " 3,000 |5O l5O
1 a, 189 | 75 lOO, Ac
Tickets $5.00 —shares in proportion.
Risk on a package of 26 quarters, that can draw you
over $30,000, only $16.75.
Fm rich and brilliant prizes, by the package or sin
gle share, apply to the all fortunate prize corner of
MILLER St CO.
Corner of Baltimore nod St Paul streets.
Drawn Nns. of the Md. Consolidated Lottery, class
37, drawn Nov. 13—lowest prize $5.00;
•2 15 70 75 25 61 5 46_ 13 5*2 39 11
C 1 HAND Aft'l) GLORIOUS LUCK 1 No.
W 2 Calvert street the lucky spot. Per drawing of
class 46, the beautiful prizoyrt $1,500 in a whole, sold
to Nos. 13 15 60, and purchased by n lucky citizen at
that; Nos. 4 30 33, a prize of $6OO in a package of
halves, sent to Columbia, Pa.; one of $1.50 and two of
$6O each, all sold in this scheme bv the lueky
' EMORY A CO.
$256,5951 This beautiful sum is to lie distributed
this day in sums from $l,OOO to $20,000. Truly a
splendid chance for a fortune, Tickets only $5.
BRILLIANT riCHEME:
1 prize of $20,000 I I prize of $2,189
5,000 . 10 " 1,000
1 3,0( 0 | 40 " 250, Sic.
Tickets $5 00—shares in proportion.
Drawn Nns. of the ,Md. Consolidated Lottery, class
37, drawn November 13—lowest prize $5.00:
2 15 70 75 25 61 5 46 13 52 30 14
30- Orders meet with prompt attention.
EMORY At CO., No. 2 Calvert-st.,
It Baltimore, Maryland.
DOYLE'S PRIZEIJKFOT. The oitfspot
for capital prizes. Considerable excitement oc
casioned in consequence of DOYLE having sold 3
three No. tickets in one day This is nothing very
extraotdinury either. It is almost impossible to get it
blank, and consequently the place to get prizes is at
M. DOYLE'S Prize Depot, No. 144 Pratt street,op
posite the Railroad Depot, next to Bradshaw's United
,suites Hotel. The ."ol.owing splendid schemes arc to
be drawn this week. Cnpital prizes on hand and
lor sale.
THURSDAY—I Cnpital of $20,000, tickets $5.00,
shares in proportion.
FRlDAY—Cuptutl $12,000, tickets $4.00, shares in
proportion.
SATURDAY—S4,OOO. Tickets only $1 00, shares
in proportion. Risk on a package of qrs., only $3.70.
A liberal discount will be made to persons wito pur
chase by the package or quantity.
For sale in the greatest variety of lucky numbers, by
the package, single ticket, or share. All orders, pet
mail or otherwise, addressed to
M. DOYLE, No. 144 Pratt street,
ll £] Opposite B, A 0. R. R. Depot.
AT CALVERT 11 AM ~
On FRIDAY h VENING, Nov. 15 tk, at ?J o'M u( *
INOTLITIOSAUV It EH K. 4 Its A IjS, Jif N "
U Pro.. Whitney, and GRAND CONCERT br 111
the "Independent Blues Brass Hand " Mr. WHIT- '1
NKY has tiiii linnor to inrorin thn citizens or Balti
more that lie iuti'iids delivering a Lecture on POPU- ai
LAK ORATORY, illustrative ol the hatmony of Elo- " e
eutionurv intonation and e\| rrssion, "en enim in rra- lla J
tione quidain cantus."— Cicero. As also an imperso- '• I
nation of distinguished American Orators, ill the I'ul- ;J"1
pit, and nt the liar, in the Forum and on the Hustings, ;•' *
diversified with Lyric and Rhetorical, I'at lie tic nod J" J 'h JU
Amusing, Tragical and Comical Rehearsals; humor,
oils and diverting Western Law Cases; Hoosier Stump '■
Speeches, ice. Bcc. The productions of distinguished
eharacteis, selected for repetition, are of the highest
order, embracing—tile "Missing Ship," by Epes Sar- C
gcant; McDufliie's "Patriotic vindication of South as
Carolina;" liemy Clay's Speech on the Hustings, dis
playing his eaily struggles; John Randolph's "Legia- nd
iative Uu ickery;" Hying Vindication of Freedom's 7'er
noblest champion, Robert Emmet; the "Female Ma
niac;" "Bunting of the Lexington," by the Milferd <el
Bard; Extracts from Shakspeare, Btc. &c. >1
The Band wiil perform several pieces, arranged for
the occasion, viz: "Grave of Napoleon;" "Pas Sy- e '
riennc;" "May I hope to call thee Friend;" "Lovo nd
not;" "Quick Step;" "As the Stream from the Moun
tains;" Polka Dance;" "Ashland GaHop," fee. !ic. >h'
ftr?" For particulars, see circulars. -a;
tXf* Tickets, admitting a gentleinan and lady, 50c.; Cn
single tickets 25 cents—to be had at the Clipper and tr;
Sun oflices; Book and Music Stoies, and at the door.
nl3-3t Mi
IjirUUKO MAN FOR SALK UK HIRE.
J. N For sale or hire, tor one or a term of years, a '
colored MAN, now in bis 30th year. Apply at No.
220 Baltimore street. n 12-4t* ', r
CIOtMUY KNIT HALF HUBK. An ad- 1
) dilional lot of 500 pairs of Country Knit Half
HOSE, a prime article. Just roceiveil and for sale hy T>
BAYNE, LATHAM & CO. £
nlfi-tf No. 6 Hanover street.
OOTS AND SHOfcAL 475 cases BOOTH, X
SHOES and BKOGAN'S, just received |>er brigs j r ,
Chickasaw and Ida, Fresh and Seasonable Goods, di n ,.'
rect from manufacturers, and for sale by the case, at
the lowest inanu'aclurers prices. ~
E. H. MERRILL, Commission Merchant, j.
nl2ini No. 14 German street.
IA OK KENT. A good STABLE and CAR :!<-
1 RIAGE HOUSE. Apply nt No. 33 Hollins st. S|
Wanted, as above, a white WOMAN as uurse for a !
small family. n7-eo4t p.
CVoODYEAKS VVATEK-PIiOOK RUB- "
W BER SHOES, warranted to resist the most in- '* 1 '
tense heat, and will not haiden by extreme told. For V'
sale by the manufacturer's agent, ' C 1
H. B. FIELD, 823 Baltimore St., , RI
It* 2d door below Charles.
REMOVAL.The MERCHANTS' FIRE IN- 'i
SkJKANCE COMPANY, have removed their j
Office to the Building of the American Life Insurance <p .
I Company, No. 19 SOUTH STREET, directly oppo- ~q
site their former location. kinds of Property - ni ]
Insured in Town or Country. n4-3tnlf o il
SELECT NIGHT SCHOOL" ~ ""
<■ U. WILLIAMS, Principal of The East Bal- ,j,
ITS tin tore Department of the Central Collegiate j
Institute, has opened a NIGHT SCHOOL on Exeter ,
street, one door north of Baltimore street, for the pur- \ ,
suit of Moral, political, Intellectual and Natural
Sciences, Mathematics, English Literature, and the
Arts of Writing and Book-keeping. Terms $3 per p
quaiter —cacti si-hoar's quarter to commence when * (
lie enters the School. nl3 2w
f'Xja, HOUSES AND PARftisT'ORSALB; iil
[••] A two story House on west Baltimore street, g j
!!! * torc attached, $1500; a two story House, ou Jj.'.i
[iliLwest Fayette street, $1300; a store with dwell- "ill
uu attached, I'a. avenue, near Frankliii-st., lot 28 by <lj
101 feet, in fee, store underneath, rents at $2OO, dwell ill
ing occupied by the owner, price ■$•'!,800; a laige two ii|
story dwelling, with bek building, in fee,on I'enrl-st., j
$2,000; anil a great variety of houses and lots on very yi i
many of the streets throughout the city, from $450 to ;
$30,000. For sale, one farm in Fauquier county, Va., ,
•250 acres red soil, in very fair condition, good orchard,
well watered, dwelling a very laige house, new. hav
ing 12 to 14 rooms well finished, with barn, stabling, d-t
milk house and every building necessary to a farm, at i
the reduced price of $4,000, or city property; one of I
103 acres, near the city, for $3 000; and a very splcnd- I oil
id country seat, adjoining the city, on pleasing terms. I
Building Lots for sale or lease, 011 Pratt, Bond, >s. j
Washington, Ann, Exeter, Fawn, Madison, Riddle,
Lexington near North, Lombard, Fayette, Hollins, ni.J
Richmond and Riddle, near the market, Federal Hill, .
E. and W. Baltimore street; 260 by 129 feet on Amity ,y
street near Saratoga; 50 fee* on Loin hard to Carpenter |j,
alley, near the Infirmary. g,l
B. BOND, Property and Com. Agent, ,j|!
No. 49 Lomhard-st., Exchange. -■'
Grsnnd rents wanted. ril3-3i* " 1
CITY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, i i
Baltimore, 12tli Nov. 1844. j I I
NOTICE TO TAX PAVERS, The Collect- ti
or, desirous of closing the collection of tiie City ,
Taxes for the current year, as near as possible, before j, '
it exuites, and anxious to avoid any process by which r! \
the 'I ux Payer may be subject to additional charges, t|
publishes, lor their information, the following extract o
from an Ordinance of the citv, approved 16th March, ,
16-11: '
Bee. 1. Be it enacted and ordained by the Mayor jy
and City Council of Baltimore, That from and after y '
the first day of November, in each and eveiy year, itg'
shall be the duty of the Collector to enforce the pay- IC
mcnt of all Taxes remaining unpaid hy distress of,, !
otherwise. fil
That legal process may be avoided, and the conse K" j
quent expenses, persons owing tliis office are earnest- j( 1
ly requested to pay the Assistant Collectors, promptly,, j.
as they may call, or at tlie office, which is open lorfc
that purpose early in the morning until late in Hy y
evening. >£
n!8 dlweo2w A. R LEVERING, Collector.
CLOAKINGRI, CI.OAKTNGST TJ
J UST KECEIVEIJ, a splendid assortment of |
FANCY CLOAKINGS, beuutiful itylos, rich,
colors, and very cheap. ' '
CLOTHB U CABBIMEIIE3. It is now acknow- J
Iwlgutl by all who have examined our stock of French, 3 *
English and Ah;Cf'cau CLUTILS, CABBIMERE3 and® 1 '
BEAVER CLOTHB, thl we have the most exten -
sive stock and greatest variety nfltv lit the city, i" 11 ' al f.
the lowest prices. j"
Those who have not yet supplied themselves fur I,
the season will certainly do well to give us a call. t /.
B. H. KICHAKDBON St CO. |Ji
No. 223 Baltimore street, '
nl3 (alt] 3 doors below Charles st. |, (
uTCH" AND " It I
MAGNIFICENT VELVET VEBTINGS. >.
JUST KEC'D hy FRANKLIN GARDNER, K*
209 Baltimork stres:t—
Rich Paris corded Moleskin Velvet VEBTING3
do. Cashmere stripe do. do. ' <
n6 do. Rich fig'd do. do.
BOOTS AND SHOES. 2t)o cases such a a
men's kip, thick, calf, grain and seal BOOTBjr • .
men's thick, kip, and split RROGANB; boys' thick
and kip BitOGANB; children's kip mid grain Booieea;t,
women's and misses Leather BOOTB, Buskins andpi
Welts. For sale hy
TURNER, WHEELWRIGHE ft MUIKJE, ( 4
ItM 28. Charles street. V
LIVER PILLS! LIVER PILLS!! TRI
TIIE SUBSC-KIDER HAS JUHT RKCEIVEDD)
a fresh supply of Seller's only true and genuinea's
cure for Liver Complaint and other diseases
from a deranged state of the Liver. Those who are/r Mj
afflicted wiili the Liv, r Complaint, lire invited to cafi/A -.JH
and examine the many certificates in favor of the mm
ficacy of these Pills. I- H
W. K. ORKICK, only authorizeil Agent, .at
Druggist and A|iotliecary, |i
025-lni* Corner Eu'aw und Lexington-sts. Ball. j|
FANCY HELLO WS & HEARTI HSTFTUSH-V V
ES TO MATCH. I
JOSEPH K. mPLETOV. (Manufacturer)V ifl
No. lUK BALTIMORE STREET, 4 dours went", tfl
of St. Paul's, offers to Country Meridian s,
tuiersaud others, a full assortment ol House
emhrat ing eveiy article in dome-tic use. Also, tiie '
greatest variety of flue Ilead, Cloth, Hat. Tooth, Naju 1
mid Shaving BRUSHES, and Keallier Dusters of alt
sorts and sizes. Also, superfine Buffalo Pocket n>".
Dressing COMBS, (in cases,) with many articles r „"
the Fancy Brush line. Also, Kitchen and Parlour
HELLOVVB, very cheap, and worth tiie attention of'
housekeepers; Biacksmiths' Bellows, all sizes; lira"
zier and Jewellers' Bellows, assorted;
Walking Canes; FISHING TACKLE, with other ar-,
tides usually found in a Brush Store. All of whlclr!
he will sell at fair pines en time, or liberal rfiteoutJ"
I tor cash. 018-tf "
fBIHE SUBSCRIBEII, being almut to reniovt,
i into the country, will dispose of his present bnai LB
slness of DRUGGIST and APuTHECARY, No. 17R" H
LEXINGTON STREET. The present stand bar
been oceu|iie.l by the aullscrilier for 25 years, and h
a good run of city nitd country custom, nod Is vl'l
- for a wholesale nod retail business. Tl'. 1 ! 1
House, which is large and well calculated fiir the bust'.'
neas, will also be sold if required, and part of tin"
purchase money may remain on the property. K
n'3 3t* [A4I] JOHN CHAPMAN. 8 hH
AMERICAN REPURLICAN NEWSPAPEF FL
AT IYASIUNGTON, D. C. *
T3HE undersigned propose to commence, in X
short time, the tiiihlieniion of a newspaper 4A'
the city of Washington, devoted to the cause of
AMERICAN REPUBLICANISM. w
The Prospt i tits, giving the plan. &c , will be issuer
in a few days, end the paper couiiiieitcod as soon a*
our arrangemen.- can be completed. •
J. k G. 8. GIDEON, Printers,
nil Gt Ninth st-, Waabingtou, B.C.

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