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SAILING DAYS OF TUB STEAM SHIPS.
RBUM UVKWOOL. rnosi AMKRICA.
Caledonia, Nov. 39, " 16
Aeodiu, Dec. 4, Jan. 1
Cambria, Jail. 4, Feb. 1
ALMAN AC.
1844. Sun j Sun
DECEMBER. Rises | Sets. Moon's phases.
2. Monday, 7 Hi I 5 44
Tu-sday, 7 17 | 5 44
f4. Wednesday, 7 17 | j 14 D. H. M.
5. Thursday, 7 18 4 4.4 Lastqr. 2 9 lr.M
6. Friday, 7 18 4 42 New 9 4 be.M
7. Saturday, 7 19 4 41 Firstqr. 16 10 15 A.M
8. Sunday, 7 19 | 4 41 Full 24 222 e.M
MARRIED,
On the 3d inst., by the Rev. Henry Slieer, Mr. Jo
seph T. I'eirson to Miss Martha L., daughter of the
late Joseph Turner, all of this city.
On Monday evening, 2d inst., by the Rev. Augustus
Webster, Mr. John VV. Webster, of this city, to Miss
Priseilla F. Srnithson, of Harford county, Aid.
' On the Ist inst., by the Rev. Air. Slieer, George
' Wells to Miss Amanda F. Gudgeon, all of this city.
On the 24th ult., by the Rev. S. V. Blake, George A.
Buiith, of this city, to Miss Catharine A. Wolf, of
York, Pa.
At VVarrensbure, Greene county, F.ast Tennessee,
on the 14th ult , by the Rev Samuel W. Douk, Tim's
T. Gosnell, formerly of Baltimore, to Alius Laura E.,
youngest daughter of Hugh U. Ilale, Esq.
J ITI E I),
On Tuesday, 3d inst., ISABELLA ELIZA, daughter of
the late Thomas Welsh, in the 19th year of her age.
The friends and acquaintances of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend her funeral, this afternoon,
at 3 o'clock, from the residence of her mother in Sa
ratoga street.
On the 2d inst., at the residence of a friend, in this
City, after a severe illness of one week, in the 48th
year oflier age, EI.IZA, consort of Henry Dietrick, and
eldest daughter of Jacob and Catharine Cronise, of
Monrovia, Frederick county, Md.
Her mortal remains will be conveyed, this morning,
to the residence of her parents, and thence to the
place of interment.
Tlio' the summon was tints sudden, she bowed sub
missively to the will of her Heavenly Father, passing
sweetly and calmly from this to a brighter and hap
pier existence.
On the 2d inst., Sarah Ann Griffin, wife of William
Gritlin. in the 24th year of her age.
On the 2d inst., Miss Sarali Ann Diviniiov.
At New Orleans, on the 26th ult., W. Maitland
Berlain, formerly of Baltimore.
HEALTH OFFICE, December 2, 1644.
Report of interments in the eity of Baltimore, for the
wcel;, ending Monday morning, viz:
Cancer I; consumption 14; apoplexy 1; scarlet fever
8; casualty 1; infantile, unknown 7; dropsy 1; convul
sions I; disease of the spine I; disease of the liver 1;
catarrhal fever 2; bilious fever 1; unknown, adult 3j
effect of wounds 1; croup 1; inflammation of the lungs
1; inflammation of the brain 2; pleurisy 1. Total 48.
Under 1 year, 5 i Between j and 10,..2
Between 1 and 2,.. 4 " 10 and 21,..2
" 2 and 5,., 12 | Above 21, 24—18.
Males, 22; females, 26—16. Of which number 12
were colored persons—9 free. 4 slaves.
By order, EDWARD 1'- ROBERTS,
Clerk to tiie City Commissioners.
LATEST DATES.
London, Nov'r 4 | Canton July 24
Liverpool, Nov'r "> Rio de Janeiro,. ..Oct'r 16
Havre, Nov'r 2 | New Orleans,... Nov. 26
A LETTER BAGS IT AT THE EXCHANGE HEADING ROOMS.
For Valparaiso, ports in the Pacilic, and Canton
| Ship Behind, soon.
For Havana—Ship Hellespont, soon.
For Kin de Janeiro—Barque Baltimore, 15th inst.
For London —Barque Louisa, 12lh inst.
For Savanua-la-Mar, Jam. —Barque A. Gracie, de
spatch.
Fot Kingston, Jam —Brig Plunnix, few days.
For Ponee, P. R.—Brig Juliet, lOtli inst.
For Halifax, N. S—Br. hrig Fawn, few days.
MARINE LIST—PORT OF BALTIMORE.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1644.
FROM THE EXCHANGE READING-ROOM BOOKS.
CLEARED.
Schr Sarah, Boyee, Providence, Tho's I'. Williams,
Sehr Harriet, Dunning, Nassau, N.P., F. T. Monlell.
ARRIVED.
U. S. revenue cutter .Madison, Mathers, from New
London, via New York.
Canal boat Robert Kennedy, Middleton, from Lan
caster, I'a., castings, iron, ftc., to Elder, Gelston Ik
Co., and Giese ft gnu.
Canal boat Win. T. Walters, Martin, from Harris
burg, pig iron, ike., to Elder, Gelston A Co.
Steamer Baltimore, Green, from Philadelphia, mer
chandise to E G. Harris.
■■steam-packet Jewess, Sutton, from Norfolk. Saw
nothing.
SAILED—Brig Senator, Davis, for Boston; schrs
Harriet, Dunning, Nassau, N. P.; Colorado, Churchill,
Kingston, Jam.
MEMORANDA.
Barque Ida, Hallet and a brig, (supposed the Jos.
Balch,) both from Baltimore, bound to Boston, were
at Hyannis 29th ult.
Brig Martha, Parker, hence, at Boston 40th ult.
V Schr Andrew Gray, Dukelutrt, (as supposed in a
previous report,) arrived at Nassau, from litis port, on
the 14tlt Nov'r.
"CHEAP FURNISHING WAREHOUSE^
IN Oil lite e.-peeial convenience of HOIISEKEEP
' ERS. BOARDING HOUSES, HOTELS, ftc.—
Convinced that such an establishment litis long been
needed in Baltimore, we take pleasure in informing
the public tliat one is now open, where can lie seen a
collection of the greatest variety of new and useful
HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES to be found in the
city. Many of the articles are of entirely new pat
terns, and were never before seen in this market; tiiey
have been selected witli great care and labor, and will
be soid at such prices as cannot fail to please. House
keepers will find it for their interest to visit this es
tablishment, as tliey can here obtain almost every
article they want without the trouble of going else
where. We shall sell our goods at a small advance
and consequently can have but ONE PRICE. VVc
are convinced that this is the true policy for the buyer
as well as for the seller. For a list of goods see the
published catalogue, or the occasional advertisements
-In the papers. C. E. WETMORE ft CO.,
1 Howard street,
' n9 dim 2il door north of Baltimore, cast side.
JAPANNED WARE. ~
JUST RECEIVED, a lurge lot of JAPANNED
WARE—consisting of
Fine Gothic TEA TRAYS, in sets, some very beau
tiful patterns
Common TEA TRAYS, of diffeieut patterns, in
sets and single
Waiters of different sizes, by the pair or single one
Japanned LAMPS of nil kinds
Chamber Candlesticks; Bread and Knife Trays
TEA CANISTERS, all sizes
Gentlemen's DRESSING CASES
Night and Nurse LAMPS
Mutch Safes; Light-house Lamps
TOY CUPS, for children
' Wash Bowls, Spittoons, Dust Pans, &c. ftc.
• (JTf- At wholesale and iclail, at the manufacturer's
varices, at No. 2 N. Howard street, (cast side.)
' nll-eoQm C. E. WETMORK ft CO.
SOLAR LAMPS, for burning Lard; also, Lustres
Candeluhras, Hall Lanterns, Sec., .-it the NEW
FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, No. 2 N. Howard-st.
nll-eoJm C. E. WETMORE & CO.
FEN DF.RB, FENDERS! Bra*.-, and Une
FENDERS: Nursery Guards; Bird Cages; Wire
and Hair SIEVES; Oyster Gridirons, Ike., at whole
sale and retail, at No. 2 N. Howard-st (east side.)
nU-eo2m C. E. WETMORE ft. CO.
BRASS ANDIRONS, of various patterns and
sizes, some with Fenders attached, a new article
, SHOVEL and TONGS, in pairs and sets, with and
without standards
JAMB HOOKS; STAIR RODS
Copper, Brass and Sheet iron COAL HODS
Copper Tea Kettles; Chafing Dishes
. Rumford Heaters; Brass Kettles, of all sizes, Sec.
8(7- For sale at the NEW FURNISHING VVARE
HOUSE, No. 2 N. Howard street, (east side.)
nll-euSm C. E. WETMORE ft CO.
B~ ROOMS, BRUSH BS, BASKETS, and a
general assortment of WOODEN WARE—For
sale at No 2 N. Howard street, nearly opposite the
Wheatfield Inn. nll-eo2m
I\RORY NAPKIN RINGS, a good assortment,
at the NEW FURNISHING WAREHOUSE.
nll-eoQm No. 8 N. HOWARD-ST. (east side.)
BLOWER STANDS, a new niticle to use with
grates. Also, Door Porters, Foot Scrapers, &c.
the NEW FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Howard
street, 2d door north of Baltimore-st. nll-co2m
MATS, MATS, MATS. Manilla, Alicante,
Jute and Sheepskin MATS, of various colors,
at the FURNISHING WAREHOUSE,
nll-eo2m No. 2 N. Howard street.
of 1 RINDSTONES. Small family Grindstones,
" W for sharpening dinner knives, Sic., at the NEW
FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, No. 2 N. Howard-st.
(ea3tside.) ull-eo2m
VP, NET IA N BLIND S. VENETIAN BLINDS
of the very best style and finish, constantly on
hand and made to order. Also, FANCY BLIhfDS,
WINDOW SHADES, fte., all first rate articles, and
for snlc low by J< >HN C. HOLLAND,
Paper Hanger and Upholsterer,
n2 48 Gay street, uear the Shot Tower.
FOK SALE &, KENT.
VALUABLE PROPERTY.
PR I VAT K SALE. Those live small two !i,ory
!i,or y houses on the north side of Franklin-st.
Mm IJ j| between Gteen and I'nca-sts., will he sold in
ffijUJiLfec or with a {.round rent, at a very low priee
it applied for immediately. Also, several Ground
Rents in the same neighborhood. Apply to
ALFRED II.KEIP,
No. .Tie Baltiinore-st.
(14 Second Tin Store above Howard street.
gLOR SAI.K— A first rati Cook, Washet and
Ironet; aged 34 years; to serve 13 years. Apply
quickly, at L. I\ SGOTTI'S
ill Agency Office, 10 Exchange Place,
UC'KERS. FOR SALE LOW—Oueve
la ry superior double barrell DUCK GUN. Apply
at :IVA HALTJMOKE STREET. dd-eolt*
110USES7~FARMS, BUILDING LOIS ic
GROUND RENTS.
FOR .SALE. A large two story dwel
©iLlm] ling in fee, in North Gay street, near the Odd
Bfli'id Ei Hows' Hall, priees33oo; a fine large .'I story
JllaillLdwelling on Lexington-st. near Charles, in
lee, at only $0500; a dwelling on Market-st near Lom
bard, Fell's Point at $1600; one in south High st. near
Methodist church, $1700; one in Monument st. near
Aisquith, $650; a fine dwelling in north Calvert-st. at
$1600; 3 in Jefl'erson-st. near Caroline, $450 each; a
store with dwelling attached, corner Caroline and Jcf
ferson-st. $800; a store with dwelling attached, north
Gay-st. $950; a on west ltallimore-st .*IOOO and *1050;
1 comer Lombard and Market-st. F. I'. SI6OO. Houses
at various prices to suit purchasers—west Lombard st.
Monument, Aisquith, East Baltimore, Eden, Cove,
Pitt, Caroline, Exeter, Canal, Saratoga, and other sts.
M FARMS FOR SAI.K. A country re
eidence of 13 acres, adjoining the north-west
ern city boundary, at .*0600; a farm of 105
acres, 5 miles from Baltimore,on the Harford
Turnpike, only $3000; 3 Farms 18 miles out the Fre
derick Turnpike, of 360 and .T>o acres, with elegant
biddings on them, will be sold a hatgaih. Also, a
large number of others, cheap.
BUILDING LOTS FOR HALE OR LEASE—On
west Lombard st. near the Infirmary; on west Balti
more st. near Cove; on Exeter street near Fawn, and
Fawn near Exeter st. cheap; west Fayette; Lexington
st. near Calvert; corner Riddle and Madison sts; east
Baltimore near Market, and others on pleasing terms.
GROUND RENTS for sale, well secured.
Apply to BENJAMIN BOND—or
GEORGE GELBACII,
n37-tf No. 49 Second st., near the Exchange.
(JTE A M KN<4IN 10 FOR SALIO. AlO horse
STEAM ENGINE, in complete order, will he sold
very low. Apply to
JAMES S. SUTER, No. 7 Concord-st.
nl3-tf Near Lombard-st.
DESIKA IS 1,10 PROPERTY FOR SACK.
MTwo new Dwelling Houses, on the south
side of Hollins street, nearly opposite the
new Catholic Church, having each a front ol
sixteen feet, ami lots of a suitable depth.
Each house is two stories high with an attic and back
building, the one having eight and the other seven !
rooms. Ground rent, on each, about thirty-eight dol
lars. Price $1,1(J0 each. Terms—one-third cash, one
third in six months, and the other in twelve months.
Also, one new Store and Dwelling, having a front of
sixteen feet on the south side of Baltimore street, the
second house east of Cove street; two stories with an
attic and hack building. Ground rent about thirty
eight dollars. Terms—one-half cash and the balance
in six month.!. WILLIAM WARFIELD,
Conveyancer and Property Agent,
scl-tf N. E. corner St. Paul and Fayettc-sts.
rf tOUiVTKY KNIT HALF HOSE. An ad-
AA7 ditional lot of 500 pairs of Country Knit Half
HOSE, a prime article. Just received and for sale by
BAYNB, LATHAM & CO.
nl9-tf No. 6 Hanover street.
H AIRES, AS Vol Co A SHOPPING, just step
F J and take a look in store No. 9 BALTIMORE
STREET, (near the bridge.) It is considered one of
the greatest places for bargains to In; found in this
city. Good Needles only 3c. paper; Pins, 4c. paper;
Jet Buttons, 6}c. doz.; Tape, sc. do/,.; Hooks and
Eyes, le. box. In fact, every variety of Goods at
equally low prices. Wood and Brass Clocks almost
given away; Soaps. Brushes, Combs, Jewelry, Per
fumery, Stc., very low, at wholesale or retail.
G. T." VICKERS, No. 9 Baltimore-st.,
1130 Near the Bridge.
BEADS! BEADS!! READS!!!
1| RS. NICKEUSON, No. SJJ HOWARD-ST.
Ti has just received a large quantity of Jet and
Pound Beads, Bugles, satin and pearl, of every size
and variety; a large quantity of DOLL HEADS with
moving eyes; TOYS of every description, selling off
at cost to close the present stock and to prepare for
the coming season. Also, a large assortment of llooi
ming's bust NEEDLES, at 4 eta. per paper. nl
SO 01KTHINO VKAV —HPLENIHD ILLUS
TRATIOXri. The Pickwick Cards, a New Came
invented by Samuel Weller, for the entertainment of
the Club, and dedicated, by Toney Weller, to his
grandson and namesake. For sale by
PARSONS & PRESTONS, Pratt street,
d 2 3t [*r] adjoining Railroad Depot.
NIGHT WORK.
WILLIAM SIMPSON, CAROLINE-ST., 1
door south of Pitt street, Baltimore, is thank
ful to his friends and the public for past favors extend
ed to him, and informs them that lie still continues
the above business oil the most favorable terms.
Ijty- Orders left with R. Mills, corner of Gougli and
Eden streets; Samuel Boyd's Lumber Yard, Caroline
street; M. W. Mettee's Smith Shop, Harrison street;
Robert Claim, corner of Low and Forest-sts., oppo
site the Bel-Air Market; cither of the Police Officers,
or the City Commissioners, at the City Hall, will be
promptly attended to. n37 6m
B I L L t A R D ROD M,
OPEN AT THE EUROPEAN HOUSE.
TRIE Proprietor of the above has, with great ex
. pense, fitted up his Billiard Room, as to give,
general satisfaction, comfort, and strict attention to
all visiters. He lias also, two PARLORS, always
warm and comfortable, for Dinner or Supper Parties.
ills Resteaurat is supplied with all the delicacies of
tile season. [n7 inij JOSEPH BOI'/AHD.
PLAIN' mode color French MKRINOES and
CASHMERES, for Ladies' Walking Dresses
and Cloaks.
Mode colored MARCELINES. Just received from
New York, and opened this morning by
FRANKLIN GARDNER,
No. 399 Baltimore street,
nSB Between Charles and Light-sts.
UPHOLSTERY* PAPER-HANOINOS STORE
rHfilE Subscriber will make Brussels CAIU'ETS
JL for t cents per yard; Ingrain CARPE'I'S tor 6;
cents per yard; OIL CLOTHS laid at low prices, ac
cording to quality; BEDS, MATTRESSES, CUSH
IONS, and every other description of work done in
the neatest manner, promptly and low, always for
cash, on delivery, or when completed.
LOUIS MULL Ell, Baltimore street,
n25-lm* One door from Charles, (No. 336.)
OOKINU GLASS, PORTRAIT, AND
J PICTURE FRAMES, fff the diffident styles:—
Gilt Comic Rods, Rings, and Box Cornice. A fine as
sortment of French and German Plates. Old frames
re-gilded, and Plates inserted at low prices. Call at
No. 1, North Gay street. E. S. FRYF.R.
DR7i>URBIN'S TRAVELS. Another sup
ply, just received, of the above, and for sale by
PARSONS & PRESTON, 151 Pratt st.
adjoining railroad depot.
The above is tiie most interesting Book of Travels
that lias been published for years. n3B
WILUAM McILVAINE,
81 EK C H ANT TAILOR,
358 BALTIMORE STREET,
Under the Eutaw Hocse.
TBHIIE Subscriber has constantly on hand a select
1 assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and
VEHTINGS, which lie will make to order in the latest
styles and on the most reasonable terms.
Gentlemen furnishing their own materials can have
them made in the most fashionable style and work
manlike manner. nfi-sw*
GREAT BARG AIN'S IN TANDY GOODS.
ri)H K Subscriber lues just received, a full assort-
JL incut of CUTLERY, JEWELRY, FANCY
GOODS and TOYS, which are offered ut very low
prices,such as—Razors; Scissors; Penknives; superior
sewing Needles; Warts, Spears and Hair Pins; Balls,
Tassels Hair Ornaments; Necklaces; Twist Combs;
Side Combs; Dressing and line Ivory Combs; Head
and Tooth Brushes; Coat and lint Brushes; Flesh and
Nail Brushes; Scrubbing and Silver Brushes; Silver
Thimbles and Spectacles; Gold Fringe; Rings; Breast
pins and Carriages; gold and silver Everpoints, of all
sizes; Perfumed Soaps; Dolls; Toys; Fire Crackers;
Baskets, &c.
WM. C. HARRIS, No. 94 Baltimore st.
nI.J-il Three enst of HolUdfty-at.
INXriIA SIZE SHIRTS. The largest size
J Scotch Wool and American Silk Hliirts, just
received. Forsaleat LOVEJOY'S,
n3O No. 123 Baltimore street.
TEAS! TEAS!! TEAS!!!
AT CANTON TEA COMPANY'.
CORNER FREDERICK AND BALTIMORE STS.
yftdtTA Just received, a choice assortment of
Green and Black, FINE and EXTRA
Sjf £*£ n|>H Fl NE, selected expressly fur Family use.
Ps HmL w h' ( :h w "l he sold lower than at
Rvnw. rfßr- any other establishment in this city. Call
and give thein a trial. n22-tf
I' NDIA RUBBER eases uu n's Ji
women's fig'd and plain, just received, for sale by
TURNER, WHKELWRIGHT tk ML DGE,
nAj 2 South Charles street.
AMUSEMENTS.
OXE MORE CHANCE!
rMIHK OKA.ua OUTASO will.be exhibited
u fur a FEW DAYS MOKE at her Room on BAL
TIMORE STREET, opposite the Museum.
Honrs of Exhibition— Morning, from 9 till 9. After
noon, from 9 to 5; Evening, from 6 to 9 o'clock.
{JQM Admittance 12J cents, without distinction of
age. (iJ tf
GREAT NOVELTY & ATTRACTION.
Mlt, KBEVIIii P. S. A., will have the honor
Iv 81 of delivering a course of two popular Lectures
on Light.and color,and two on ASTRONOMY, in the
LAW llrn.DiNos, on the Evenings of MONDAY, Dec.
2d, TUESDAY, the 3d, WEDNESDAY, the 4th,
and THURSDAY, the sth
The ASTRONOMICAL LECTURES will be it
lustra ted by the large PLANETARIUM, shew
in g at one view the whole of the i'LANETS, both
SECONDARY and PRIMARY. Also, tnovealile IN
STRUMENTS for conveying to the mind, in a clear
manlier, the cause of TIDES, ECLIPSES, &., with
40.000 inagnilicent objects of the Sidcrel Heavens.
The Lectures on POLARIZED LIGHT will he il
lustrated hy the POLARTSCOI'K, and a collec
tion of CRYSTALS worth SIO,OOO, including the To
pa/., the Tourmaline, the Diamond, and othffrs, pro
ducing splendid effects on Light and Coior.
{FTJ After each Lecture, THOMAS HENRY, ESIJ.
nietnhcr of tile National Institute at Paris, will exhi
bit his Diorama—ft,ooo square feet of Painting.
PROGRAMME AS FOLLOWS:
1 The Giesbaeh Cascade. 23 Eruption of Mount Ye
2 Fountains Abbey. snvius.
3 .Moonlight Scene. 84 Interior of Saint Paul's
1 Giant's Causeway. C'atheilrxl.
5 Lake of Killaruey. < 2ft Lake of Gcnnesarcth.
(i Absalom's Tomb. 26 Entrance to the llotani
-7 Ilideford Bridge. calGa dens, Versailles
8 Pool of Siloaiu. 27 Overflowing of the Nile
9 llosp'l of Invalids, Paris 28 Taj Mattel, at Agra.
10 The Polar Regions. 09 Smuggler's Cave.
11 Ruins of Whitby Abbey. 30 Fall of Babylon.
12 Ruins of ltalhcc. 31 Ruins of Palmyra.
13 Castle of C'liillon. 32 Chinch of the Holy Se
-14 Mount Tahor. pulchre.
15 Battle of Trafalgar. 33 Ruins of llolyrood Ab
-16 Pilgrims near Atitioch. bey hy Moonlight.
17 Crttcis Abbey, Vale of 34 Interior of a Convent in
Llangollen. Jerusalem.
18 Intei ior of the Holy Se- 3ft Thames Tunnel.
pulchre. 36 Village of Bethany and
19 Swiss Cottage and Mill. I Dead Sea.
20 Tower of London. i 37 Int. of an old Convent
21 MoonlightScetic, Italy. | at Bruges.
22 Jerusalem, from Mount ' 38 Sa. Shrines at Dtvarka.
Olives j 39 Abbey Dertuot,lreland.
| 40 A Motto.
(ft?- ADMISSION 45 t KNTS EACH LECTURE, or a I
Transferable Ticket, admitting one person to the j
Course, 75 CTS ,, may he liad a' the door of the room. '
(ft?- floors open at half past 6—Lecture to com
tnetice at 7 o'clock.
(ft?- Carriages may he in attemlauce at 9 o'cl'k. n3O
H ¥ M N AS IUIML
AND CALESTIIENIC INSTITUTE,
FOR LADIES ts. GENTLEMEN,
.INI) YOUTH both s<jr..
No. 5 N. LI BERTY-ST., 3d door front Baltimore.
M K. PERRY having tcceivcd the must libera:
JVM encouragement of many of our best citizens
who have realized the benefits of Gymnastic exercise,
has 'been induced to add to his establishment a com
plete system of < 'ale-thcnics for both sexes. Mr. Perry
pledges himself to employ every means to make his
institute worthy the attention of Parents St. Guardians.
{ft?-The Ladies Department will bounder the im
mediate charge of Miss Kenedy of Boston, an effi
cient teacher in the various branches of Calcsthcnic
exercises.
RECOMM EN DATIOXS:
We recommend all persons, both Ladies and G- n
tleiHcn, as they value health, to engage in the above
exercises—Drs. Alexander, Smith, Buckler A: Dunbar.
(ft?- Ladies' hours from 10 A. .M. till 4 P. M. Gen
tlemen's from 4 till 10 P. M. n27 liu
A LHAM BRA.
REDUCTION OF PRICES.
30 BALL GAME, OJ CTS. EACH PERSON.
ALLEYS LET at 50 " PER HOUR.
rjfHE Subscriber, having fully established the AL
-18. II A.VIIIKA as a place of gentlemanly resort, as
sures its patrons that in reducing his prices, the same
rules, which have provvd so satisfactory to all, will be
adhered to, and the strictest order insisted on.
Disorderly persons, who cannot conform to the rules
of the House, and Boys under age, are requested not
to visit the place, as they will not he permitted to
remain.
The subscriber wishes the above distinctly under
stood, that gentlemen may feel assured they curt visit
the Alhamhra ami indulge in qutrt amusement and
exercise without the slightest fear of annoyance.
{ft/ - Mit. BRADLEY, my former assistant, having
returned front the North, will have the entire control
of the Saloon department.
{gjf-The ALHAMHRA SALOON OF REFRESH
MENT, as usual, is furnished with all the require,: cnts
of the season, which arc served up in the best style.
n9-lm* AMBROSE DALLIMORE.
COTILLION AND MILITARY MUSIC.
f 'OIIN T. .RICK would beg leave, most humbly,
to offer his services to the Ladies and Gentlemen
of Baltimore and elsewhere, to petfortn at
PR!N ATE ENTERTAINM KNTS,
QUADRILLE PARTIES,
BALLS, kc. Ac.
He flatters himself that he can rentier general satis
faction to all who may be kind enough to demand his
services, and he can give the highest reeornmenda
tions to all who may desire it.
All orders left at n'ty residence, MARION STREET,
No. <>. neur Liberty, or at CENTRAL HALL, corner
of Baltimore anil Charles, will he thankfully received
and promptly attended to.
{ftj-All orders complied with at the shortest possi
ble notice. Your humble and ob't serv't,
030-2 m JOHN T. RICE.
TO MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS
AND DEALERS GENERALLY.
VET It. PALM UK'S AMERICAN NEVVSPA
t • PER SUBSCRIPTION AND ADVERTIS
ING AGENCY, is established at the South East cor
ner of BALTIMORE and CALVERT-STS., in this city,
where Advertisements are received for publication in
some of the best newspapers of most of the principal
towns and cities throughout the United Stales.
CAKIIS, setting forth tbe nature of the Agency, may
be had at the office, where the papers and terms of
advertising may be seen.
To enterprising and energetic business men, desi
rous of extending country trade, this agency affords
the mentis, through the poiccr of the press, of increasing
it to almost any extent.
(ft?* Now is the time to advertise for the Fall and
Winter trade throughout tins State, in Virginia, and a
portion of Pennsylvania— and the time is close at hand
when it will be proper to advertise in the Southern
and Western papers, for the Spring and Summer trade.
V. B. PALMER,
Agent for Country Newspapers,
00-OFFICES-S. E. csrner Baltimore and Calvert
streets, Baltimore.
No. 59 Pine street, Philadelphia.
No. 160 Nassau street, New York.
No. 16 Ste.te street, Boston. n26-tftf
SPOONS! SPOONS!! SPOONS!!!
GD. CLARK, No. 1 WATER STREET, se
• cond door from Calvert, has a large assortment
of SILVER SPOONS. Having the best of workmen
engaged, persons going to bouse-keeping are invited to
call before purchasing.
N. 11. Old Silver and Gold wanted. ad tf
/ff 11MPS. BINDINGS, FIUNGR* AND
XLW CORDS AND TASSELS Or EVERY 111
SCRIPTIO.N FOR CURTAIN TRIMMINGS. The
undersigned is now prepared to manufacture the
above articles, far superior in style and workmanship
than the imported, and 25 per cent. less.
{ft/-ALSO,-JO])
Ladies' Dress Trimmings, of the latest and most fash
ionable styles, in their general variety.
U3-2wif C. SISCO, No. 97 Baltimore.it.
CILAMPITT A HEOKSTKH. "
J BRASS FOUNDERS,
No. 17 HOLLIDAY ST., near the City Hall,
Respectfully inform their friends and the public gen
erally, that they arc now prepared to execute all or
ders in their line of business on the most reasonable
terms, and at the shortest notice.
N. li Cash given for Old Copper, Brass and Zinc,
n 14 eo2m*
1 ,"L A V GROSS superior quality OIL PASTE
U BLACKING, for sale in lots to suit pur
chasers, at the "Baltimore Blacking Manufactory,"
LIGHT STREET, opposite the Fountain Hotel.
it 19 lin C. WISEMAN & CO.
IV! ATERBTR4INBU WERE Oi L,
V v warranted to endure the coldest weather—with
Adamantine, Diaphane,Sperm, and other CANDLES.
For sale by E. J. 8c G. F. WEBB,
1t26 eotlstJ No. 3 Howard street.
SOMETHING NEW FOR THE LADIES.
MRS. NICKERSON lias just received a large sup
ply of WOOL LAPS, for interlining shawls, skitts,
comforts, scarfs, Stc., perfectly clean and may be used
with the lightest colored silk. On hat.d, a large quan
lity qfT TOYS, which will be. sold low to close the.
present stock and prepare for the coming season, it 15
STEAM SOAP & CANDLE WORKS.
LJMITH <Sc CURLKTT inform their friends,
™ customers, and the public, that they have com
menced operations at their NEW S TEAM SOAP and
CANDLE WORKS, corner of Holiiday and Pleasant
streets, and have on hand an assortment of MOULD
and DIPT CANDLES and BROWN and YELLOW
SOAP, all of best qualify, which they offer for sale nt
the lOAvest market prices. tiSO-dl w2awlai
WANTS.
A 1 OVKIINES 5. Suuut.on wanted by a respect*
*1 M able lad) a* Governess, In a private family or
assistant in a Young Ladies Seminary, to teach the
higher branches of the Knghsh language, also paint- ;
in-/, drawing, embioiJery, &c.; and would have no
ohjeetion to go South or West. The very best letters •
of references of highly respectable persons in regard
to ebaracK r and qi alification will be given. Applv to
LEWIS F. BCOTTI,
dt No. 10 Exchange Place*
SIIT ATlO'. W.WTLD.ia aColored BOY.
as a I'orter in a General Mercantile House, Good
references will be given. Apply to SC'OTTI,
d I Exchange Place.
WANTED TO HKNT. A two story ;
M Brick House, in a healthy, respectable and
business part of the city, for which a fair rent
will be given, it immediate application be j
uiuUc at SCOTTI'S Intelligence other,
d£ No* L) Exchange Place* j
gl7'A XTEI). a Partner or Agent, with a small I
ft capital of SIOOO or S2OOO, to which will be ad
ded a larger capital, say 3 to SIOOO, and the advantage i
of the business will be made greatly in favor of the j
person who has the smallest sum. Enquire at
SCOTTI'S Intelligence Office,
u39 No. 10 Exchange Place.
A BOY WAIVTFD. from i i to lo years ol i
to work in a Fringe Factory. Applv to
JAMES M. IIAIG, 121 Baltimore M.
n29 Four doors above South-st. j
lM, r A!VTED. I wish to obtain a loan of s*i,ooo j
V ▼ from 3to , r years, for which a splendid Farm, I
i in high state of cultivation, good dwelling, barn, and !
necessary out houses, &c., cont'iniug 303 acres, in,
Howard district, 22 miles from tiie city, one mile from
Sykesville and rail road, and 2 miles from the turn
pike; title clear of all incumbrance whatever, will be
given as mortgage. For other information, apply at
SCOTTI'S luflkigence Office,
n99 No. jOTSxehnnge Place.
WANTEDI'.^xi
ON P. CLFiIIK, I book keeper, 2 bar Keepers, 3
Porters for stores; 1 English Teacher, to go a
few miles in the country; 3 Coachmen and 2 < tellers,
I Wagoner; 20veraeeis; 20 laborers; Agent; 20 Cooks,
Washers and frouers, Chambermaids, Wet and Dry
Nurses, Trav* Ming Maids, Seamstresses, House keep
l ers, and a number of other situations too numerous to
mention and ton valuable to lose. Fnmiles have only
I to give me a call, and thvir wants will be immediately
attended to Servants scut from my office can always
bring satisfactory recommendation.
SCOTTI'S intelligence Office,
j n29 No. \o Exchange Place*
O- TAKE iOO
I\TEO, at Seotti's office, No. 10 Exchange
; Y v Place, dry goods, groceries, gohi and silver
! watches, jewelry, and good- of every description, for
which 1 will pay liberal puces. Cash ami the very
highest prices given at all times for slaves, for life or
for a term of years. Planters or traders from the
South would do v. ell to give im i call. n29
LOOKING GLASS, PICTURE \ND ;
PORTRAIT FRAME MANUFACTORY. j
! f 53!1E undersigned beg.-, leave to iniorin his friend? ;
Hi and the public nerally, tlir.t he has commenced j
the above business at H tow'si Steam Saw Mill, in '
(JULUK'S ALLEY, between Charles and Hanover j
streets, south of Lombuid. Having steam power, he I
will be able to fill all orders promptly, ami at cheaper \
rate*, for cash, than any other stuldishnient in the'
eitv. Also, Toilet Boxes, of all patterns and sizes.
a9* 1 ; IMEB Vj. CQKEI AIR.
LOOKING GLASS PLATES.
fHAVK IS nTOHE, a large assortment of;
. Germanami I'rm li LOOKING GLASS PLATES j
I imported direct and con qantly receiving per every ar-1
rival, which I Matter myself I can seli on as reasona- \
ble terms as any oilier establishment in the country*
Also, PORTRAIT FRAMES of various patterns; Win
dow CORNICES, RODS, RINGS, See. Call and -sea- 1
mine before purchasing elsewhere.
K. S. FRY ER, No. IN. Gay street, j
v - AMT 7"17A cullki i < >K, :U- I
vTz tends tiromptly fo the collection of all accounts i
phlccd in bis hands. Residence,
No. 17b U BALTIMORE STREET.
Six doors East of Eden street.
OrjMlPr krkntfs YVillim Kean"v. Esq.. Charles
F. Mayer, Esq , Dr. Jacob Jennings, Maj. Joshua Dr\
den, St. George W. Truckle, Esq. n2fi-lm*
; Q/k HOUR V\i) 8 DAY BRASS CLOCKS,
x the eases of which are finished in a superior
style for the Mantle. Just received from tlu
yf'/\ tnunnfactureis and for sale at very low prices
'"5 quality. All those who want a good
fkl* I .j;k, ire* invited to examine the different
kinds at
GABRIEL D.CLARK'S, No. I Water -t .
nQ6 Fronting Cheapsidc, Bait.
SPEC ;T ACLES! sp EC TTA GLESH
WUM* I>. F.IJTOIVHEAR, from Philadelphia,
VV manufacturer of Gold and Silver Spectacles,
Spoons and Silver Ware, and fine JEWELRY ol
every description, <>n hand ami for sab' wholesale anil
retail. Also, a large assortment nf CLOCKS and
WATCHES of every pattern, of the most approved
manufacturers. Clocks, Watches and Jewelry, of
every description, neatly REPAIRED, and warranted.
N.B. Cash given for old Gold and Silver, or exchang
ed for Goods, at
ap3s tf No. 133 BALTIMORE STREET.
ARRIVAL OF MADAME YOUNG.
URDUS CISLIiTHRATRD PHII.OSOPIIEH
ft late from Philadelphia, has the pleasure to an
nounce to the ladies and gentlemen of Baltimore, thut
she has again returned, aitd can be seen at No. 1J
PITT STREET, (south side,; near Exeter, where she
is prepared t<> receive them She will, by her univer
sally acknowledged skill ill i'hrcut/logy, Physiology
and Philology, inform those who will iiivestignts U'.'f
talents, of their leading transactions of the past, the
present, ami the future, as if she had known them
front birth. She neither vvisltps to know the name
nor age, but guarantees that ail who visit her will not
regret it.
(Xf-Price 50 cents for a gentleman, and 25 cents for
a laity. Nt 1-1 in*
TIN PLATE, SiiKF.T 1 RON, tw.
*gs <4 !b h BOXES boat charcoal brands 1 of
• i"l)tKy Tin Plate I x and ex. sizes r direct
200 boxes best ichareoal brand# of Leaded t itnport
l'late, 14x33 for Rooting l alion
200 bundles English and American SHEET IKON
50 packs Jacolitf Russia do.
200 bundles bright and annealed Iron VVIRE
50 do. brass and copper du
50 pigs Government Kanca TIN
100 eases Braziers and sheathing COPPEU
50 rolls Sheet LEAR
Pig and bar Lend; Spelter, bar Tin; a full assort
ment of tinned and iron Rivets; also, a large assort
ment of Tinners' Tools and Pecks Machines, in setts
or single pieces. For sale on liberal terms, hy
E. PRATT it BROTHER,
nl-3m 27 and 20 South Chat Irs -t
BARGAINS IN MOROCCO, &C.
DUAL!.. NO. 17 HARRISON STREET, re
• spectl'uily informs Itis friends and the public
generally, that he has on hand a large and well select
ed stock of Ladies' black and colored MOROCCO,
both dressed and undressed. Also, a large selection
of Gentlemen's MOROCCO—together with a general
assortment of LININGS, BINDINGS, &c. &r. In
short, every tiling in his line, which he will sell on as
reasonable tctmsas anyother establishment in the city
(X}~ Country Dealers will plvase call and examine
Itis stock before purchasing elsewhere. 1)20 I 111*
NEW CARPETING.
*nrE respectfully invite the attention of citizens
▼ V genera ly to our extensive ass rtment of CAR
PGTINGS, Ol L CLOTHS, ice., a part of which are
offered at the following reduced rates, viz;
too pieces English Brussels CARPETING, at 31.2.7
25 do. Imperial Tnree ply do. 1.25
100 do. SupcrfineKidderminsterdo. 0.75
IHO do. Extra Fine do. 0.50
50 do. Cotton Warp do. (1.37J
100 do. Oil Cloths do. 0.50
Also, Druggetts, Rugs, Maw; Stair Rods, Table and
Piano Covers, and every article connected with the
business. KHAvV, SMITH &. CO.
n2t-2wif 7 N. Charles street.
BEDS! BEDS!! BEDS!!!
{JUPKItIOK FEATIIKR IIEDi. to be had
vr at the Great Feather Emporium and Bedding
Mart, (new No ) 37 SOUTH CALVERT STREET.
\lso oil hand and made to order, Hair, Husk, Moss,
Manilla. Palm Leaf, Wool, Ci tton and Straw MAT
PRESSES and PALLIASSES) made in the best
manner and of ihe best Ticking, at the lovat prices.
UPHOLSTERING done in nil its braticho*.
FEATHERS, cured and Ulieitrod, sold by the hag in
large or stnnll quantities. Hotels, Bonrding houses,
Ships and Steamb .at-, supplied nt wholesale prices.
Old Feather Beds and Curled hair Mattresses renovat
ed at the shortest notice. For good articles cull nt the
favorite Stand, two doors below the Mechanical En
gine House, South Caiverl street.
n96-tf WILLIAM P. SPENCER.
< trash! CRASH I OEAiEI Only 6} cents
7 per yard. Just received, one Iwle heavy Linen
CRASH, for Toweling, lae, at the low price of 6} eta
per yard' at
E. It. IIAYWARD'S, 25 Howard slreei,
n2fi Third door from Fayette.
H Alt DWARF. PAPHII-200 reams various
sizes, received and fnr sale ty
TURNER, WHEEL WRIGHT &. MUDGE,
n'23 No. 3 South Charles street.
J'tHMtUEkT*. Wanted to puichoscat.all tune
Judgments of 6 and 12 months. Apply to
■4 L. F. SCOTTI, 10 Exchange Pltw*.
DRY GOODS, &c.
S MILLINERY ESTABLIsiiMENT. I
BONNETS AM> RIBBONS, BONNET
MILKS ANO VELVETS.
0s- The subscriber has just received from New .
York, by late arrivals from Europe, a general i
assortment of goods in the Millinery lute, i
such as rich dark RIBBI tNri, of all styles; also, a gen j
'*** assortment of Florence, Rutland. Brilliant, and J
Braid BONNETS; French and American Artifi- !
e-fnt Flowers; Bonnet Caps; Russia (inillings, See. To- i
gctltet with a splendid assortment of DRESS GOODS 1
for ladies, comprising every kind and stylo of goods in i
that line; plaid and striped Silks; Shawls of all kinds;
also, a general assortment of gentlemen's Shirt Col
lars; Bosoms; Stocks; Cravats; Scarfs; Umbrellas;
Boys' fancy Cloth ai d other Caps; men's do. do., See.
All persons wishing lo buy articles in the Dry Goods
line, ol any kind, would do well to call at the "UNIT
ED STATSS BONNET STORE" before purchasing else
where, as bargains may be expected. {Rjl-No. 991 and
139 BALTIMORE STREET, between South and
Calvert streets, opposite the Clipper office.
n2B-tf JAMES UORL'RN.
BEAUTIFUL AND CHEAP GOODS - "
VItI(• E S RED UC E I) .
re til to SufiKriiluT, anxioux to close his atock of
fe Fall and Winter Goods, will sell at a reduced
price, and can assure purchasers some genuine bar- |
•jains mnv he had hy an early call at No. h7 UAL
TIMORK HTHEBT.
Reautit'iil Cashmere Plaid CLOAICIVGS
Fall an i YVinter I')r'6B rfllsKH
(/ASIIMERKS—a great variety in style and price
MOUSl&LlNEs?—handsome for 25 and 3Uc.
SHAWLS! SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
A great variety of beautiful SHAWLS, of silk,
thibct, plain and embroidered, wool, cashmere, blank
et, extra fine, alpacca, &c. Stc. Also,
CLOTHS ANO CASSIMKItKS.
Fnglish, French and American fabric, of new and
handsome styles, the assortment large and varied,
with Scarfs, Cravats, &c., ot all kinds now
worn. Gentlemen may be satisfied of getting a good
j bargain, as it is the determination of the subscriber to
I sell at a -unall advance and close his stock
EDWARD J. RICHARDriON,
| n9B No. J 7 Baltimore street
W i t.ito BLA.NKBTB* 4&c* Just received,
a large lot of heavy twilled Negro BLANKETS.
Also, double warp Kerseys, warranted all wool filling.
I ruse Navy (Japs, very cheap; plaid and lulled Lin
sevs; Sattinets; Osnabtirgs; Drills; Flannels; low pric
ed Pritith; New style Cashmeres; Crape de Laine,Btc;
all for sale very low. wholesale and retail, bv
HENRY W COOKE.
(Of the late firm of Flint, Cooke Co.)
nOT) Corner of Hanover and Lombard sts. 1
SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!!
I WILL, in order to close off my Stock of WIN
TER GOODS, sell off nt reduced prices. This is j
!no humbug. Persons wishing to buy will call and
j examine my ST( >CK. 1 have oil hand, a large assort
| inent of—
| Superfine West of England, French and Domestic
CLOTHS, all colors and prices
I Woo! black and Fancy French and Domestic CASS I
j MERES, rich patterns and extra cheap
Velvt (. Merino and Cashmere VESTING
i Super Black SILK VELVET
1 Hlwe blk. a id fancy coPd VELVETS, for Bonnets
| Bonnet SILKS; rich Bonnet SATINS, of all kinds,
j closing i IT.
With a large stock of French CASIIMERES. AL
! PACAS, Monseline de Laines, all wool—with a large
! assortment of fancy articles, cheaper than ever,
i (iTJ- If vou want to buy Bargains, call on
J. EDWARD BIRD, at the old stand,
| ir2s N.). 117 Bahmi'ire -t . (formerlv \o.-q >
FOREIGN k Dt) vjmstk; i)l(\ GOUUtiL
W E liaVr on hauil a large and well selected
V v -toek of French, Engfish i?t domestic CLOTHS,
j CASSIMKKES and VKS'l'l.s'GS; Sattiin ts, all colors;
| French, English and domestic Beaver Cloths; White
j and Red Flannels
■ Bleached and-brown Cottons; Linen Sheetings;
' !ri-h Linen: d-imask and diaper Table Cloths; Table
j Liueu and Napkins llurkahnek, Bird Eyo and Russia
! Diapers; Linrn Cniiibriv; l.inen Cam <Tfints
Satin and Silk Scarfs; Silk fldkfr; Gloves Hosiery;
■ with a largo and splendid assortment of Silks, Shawls,
i Merinoes, Cloakings, S*c. Stc., all of which we will
Bell very low R. Mc EL DOWNEY fc CO.
n22-im* 163 Baltiinore-st., bet Calvert and Light.
iPRiCES REDUCED!
raillE Sntwcriber.. huvi y.'t on. hand n very targf
| .a and desirable stock of Eiitrrisb. French and
j American CLOTHS, L'ASSIMERES and DOF,
I SKINS, of all colors, stiles ttnd qualities, Wool Bl'ti,
| ludigu Blue, and Drab Beaver and Pilot CLOTHS.
I Beautiful Fiihcy. SILKS, nil colors; rich FRKNCH
C'ASIIMHRKS; Kcp|i Cashmere; Cashtnere de Gcosbc
j and Mouslin dc Laities.
i Splendid sil.K, Printed Cashmere. B roe he and
j Woollen SHAWLS, and many other seasonable
, Guods, which Iht'v are determined to close out. Per
| sons wishing to obtain bargains are invited to give
them a call, as the above Goods will be sold at a cou
sidcraltle redaction on former prices.
DORSKY 81 NBI.SON. N0.65 Ballitnore si.
Also, fine super and extra tine Whitney BLANK-
F.TS, and low priced Point do., which will he sold
cheap. nH-eoltn
CITY HILL, Nov'r 30lh. 1844.
%|ARKET STREET NOTICE. The ttn
; .11 der.-ietied Gointnissioners for opening streets in
the city of Baltimore, hereby give notice that tltey
i have deposited with the Register of the City for ex
i animation, a statement of the damages, benefits and
! expenses assessed hy llieut for widening Market street
j from Pratt street to Fast Kultintorc street, and also
two explanatory plats of said street.
Tlicy hereby further notify all whom it maj con
j corn, that tltey will meet in the Citv Register's office,
j at the City Hall, on M(t.NDAY, thc'Otli day of Dec'r,
I at 3 o'clock, P. M , to review any of the several nmt
[ ters set forth in said statement, to which any person
claiming to be interested theiein shall, on tuat day,
! make objection. DAVID PARR,
\VM. G GORSITUH,
j (13 dt JOHN M. MONROE,
MAYOR'S OFFICE, )
It Ai.TiMon;:, December 2d, Ib-H )
; rspllK following is "A supplement to an ordinance
£t entitled, an ordintutcc to regulate the Riding nd
j Driving of Horses, Ac. in the city of Baltimore, and
| for other purposes."
j SECTION 1. Be it enacted and orduineii try the Mayor
j an.l City Council of ftultimorr, That any person or
. persons hereafter engaged in racing any horse, mnre,
I gelding, or mule, within the limits of the city of Bal
i timoie, shall be subject to a fine of TWENTY DOL
i LARS, to be recovered as other fines of a similar
' amount, imposed by city ordinances, are now re
! coverable.
j Sec. 2. .trd he it enacted and ordained, That any
| ruler or driver of any express, going within the limits
of the city of Baltimore, at a rate mote than six miles
an hour, shall lie subject to a tine of TWKN'I V Dt >L
j LARS, to be recovered as other fines of a similar
I amount, imposed bv city ordinances, are now recov
| erable. ' JACOB G. DAVIES, Mayor.
I Approved March 28th, 1844. d3-3t
r A K T K 11 -S
FASHIONABLE FURNISHING STORE,
No. 197 BALTIMORE STREET.
M 1 LOVES. Sill SITS tS. HOSIERY. Jusl
*J* received, at the above eslalili.-liiiient, a splendid
assortment of gentlemen's K d GLOVES of the most
fashionable kinds
Fine Linen and Muslin SHIRTS, of superint make
and warranted to fit
Rich Satin Dtess SCARFS and CRAVATS
Buckskin Jackets and Draw ers
Extra size Merino SHIRTS attd DRAWERS
Shaker Knit do do
Rich Satin Dress STOCKS
M etitto, Casinncre and Thibet GLOVES
Gentlemen's Dressing Gowns and Caps
Silk and Linen Cambric HDKFS.
i j 'English Cotton and Merino Half Hose
| Suspenders, Umbrellas, and Stiffencrs.
5X7"The above articles will be sold at very ted.ced
| prices. nl2-d
CHEAP~ PAPER !iANGINGS.
Subscriber offers for sale, one of the largest
J A assortments of AMERICAN PAPER HANG
! iNGS io this city, at verv greatly REDCCEO [irices.
Also, VENETIAN BLINDS
MATTRESSES
FEATHER BEDS
! of the be.-t materials and workmanship, and at prices
' very near, if not quite as low, as what an mfetior ar
I licle may be purchased at elsewhere.
JAMES H. COX, No. 162 Baltimore-?!.,
j n2-lm 3d door Weet of the Museum.
rgnHR LONDON PBUIODICAL.S for No-
I vetttber, have arrived per Royal Steamer Colum
bia, at W. N. HARRISON'S
American and Foreign Periodical Emporium,
4!) \ Gay st. opposite odd Fellows' Hall.
I.ottdott World of Fashion; Church of England Ms
gnztne; VVesleyatt Methodist Magazine; Evangelical
Magazine; Chambers' Edinbutg Journal; Penny Ma
ga/.ine; Saturday Magazine, Ac. See.
N. B. Orders solicited for 1845—which must be fur
nishctl prior to the 23d lost. n27
WANTED TO'CH4RTRR.
Any iH'rsoit having n fore and aft Schooner,
that will carry from 5 lo GOO barrels, itt good
,-iE orffer, will find charter for it for the coming
winter. Owners of vessels on the Eastern rdioro of
Maryland and Virginia would do well to apply at
SCOTTI'S Intelligence OBiee,
j n25 No. 10 Exchange Place.
J'CST R.KCE IVED--A full supply of choice
new CHEESE. Also. Pine Apple utd old Cheese.
] For sale by MARCUS DF.NISON,
I a'J 51 Baltimore street.
AUCTION SALES.
IIV K. M EACH AM,
105!, COIINU; BALTIMORE 8C HOM.IDAY -I.
MTIGHT AIIC'TIOJI SALKS. .Monday, We.!
l_xl ncsday and Saturday evenings, for the j>Mbii
sale of Books, Stationary, Fancy Goods, Paintings,
Private Libraries, &c., BU
'3o'- Consignments of articles for positive sales re
spectfully solicited, on which cash advances will lie
made tvhen asked.
nfl-4taw R. MEACHAM
BUSINESS CARDS, &e.
J AMES NINDE,
CHRONOMETER St WATCH MAKER,
UIS iy No, 11 SOOTH GV STRBBT.
MfllSS SAKAII M. PEALK,
ifft PORTRAIT PAINTER,
No. ii(J7> BALTIMORK-ST.
Entrance through the Store of Mr. J. II Miller.
N.B. Old Paintings handsomely cleaned and re
paired. nlB-6m
J : M. MESCIIUTT, CABINET MAKERTNO
• 'J Holliday street. Orders for Cabinet work
respectfully solicited. alO-ly
■ "FCK. .IOIIN ROSE, THOMSONIAN PRAC-
A# TITIONER OF MEDICINE, Office and Dwel
ling, PRATT STREET, second door East of Sharp, Bal
timore. yyl.ly
J OHN W. WATTS. HOUSE CARPENTER,
FAYETTE STREET, adjoining the Assembly Rooms
executes, with neatness and despatch, all kinds
Carpenter's work. jal-ly
88/' ILLIAM~W. LJEk7 FASHIONABLE HAIR
WW CUTTER and SHAVER, No. 4N. GAY-ST.
Gentlemen's Razors set at the shortest notice. a! 6 y
FL - STALLS, HOUSlij - sTGN - and FANCY
• PAINTER, No. 1 FAYETTE STREET, opposite
Christ Cliurch. jalil-ly*
AMERICAN REPUBLICAN
HEAD QUARTERS,
LATE MILITARY HALL, S. GAY STREET.
fllllK Proprietor of Military Hall respeelfully in-
M. forms tlic citizens of Baltimore anil vicinity that,
in conformity with public opinion, he has changed the
name of his establishment to the "AMERICAN RE
PUBLICAN HEAD QUARTERS," where he will
be happy to accommodate ALL his old customers, and
such nutr ones as may desire to avail themselves of a
comfortable place of resort. The Bar will be, as
usual, supplied with the choicest WINES and Li
QUORS, and all the Delicacies of the season w ill be
served up, as heretofore, In the best style.
Q(f-The BOWLING SALOONS, attached to lie
establishment, are comfortably flitted up for the Win
ter Season, where gentlemen can amuse themselves
I in Ihis healthy exercise without molestation, and at
the smallest expense.
WILLIAM 11. ROSE, Proprietor
American Republican House,
I ri2o-3m Late Military Hall, N. Gay-st.
CERTIFICATE OF THE EFFICACY or
' SELLERS' Celebrated LIVER PILLS.
LIVER COMPLAINT.
! fISAO THE PUBLIC. fcJome lime since I was
□ taken with a severe pain in the riitht side, which
: continued for some mouths, when I was taken with a
; severe coughing and spitting of blood, winch reduced
j me so much that 1 had forever given up all hope o?
I recovery. I applied to various physicians, but with
: no effect, the last one to whom f applied informed me
that I was in the last stage of consumption, and be
yorid the hope of recovery, lifting persuaded to trya
i box of your valuable Liver Tills, I did so, and can as
i sure you, before I had takua them all, my health was
perfectly restored. Had I not taken them, 1 solemnly
) believe that, ere this, I should have been in eternity
Yours, ALFRED FRAYZEK.'
Mills burgh, ()hio, July 13,1844.
i ft?-The above certificate shows that Consumptive
j diseases may have their beginning in diseased Liver.
| and that by setting the livt r light, the patient's life
I often saved.
W. K- ORRICKj only authorized Agent,
Druggist ami Apothecary,
| n&Vlnr Corner Eutuw and Lexington-Kts. Rait.
H3- STRAAS! STRAAS!!
i THE FRENCH IMITATION OF DIAMONDS.
fBIHKSK beautiful BHEASTPINS, which excel
B the diamond for brilliancy, are just received and
fin sale by GABRIEL I). CLARK,
Water street, second doer from Calvert,
i For 3or A4, a Pin can be procured which looks as
j well as a diamond at .s'loo. Gentlemen in want of a
| handsome Breastpin, are invited to call and see the
| different patterns. jylß-tf
BOOKS"
A T AUCT IO N L'RICES.
j "HAIIK subscriber will close Uie sales of iiis exien-
SL sive assortment of MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
at auction prices. SCHOOL BOOKS and STATION
ERY as low as any house in the country,
j {'■/" All kinds oI BLANK BOOKS made to order.
I of best materials and w orkm.mship, at lowest rates.
JOSEPH N LEWIS,
j pao-lm _ "TO Baltimore -tteet.
WM. TREGO & BROTHER^
j MANUFACTURING C IIKMISTS, BiUt'e.
STORE So. HO CHEAT hIDE,
[One DOOR FROM PRATT-ST.
fIJL Continue to manufacture Epsom Salu;
Copperas; Chrome Yellow; Cromt Green;
W Pruss. Blue; I'russ of Potash; Bi.t'hrom
-3 ate of Potash; Tartaric Acid; Glauber
a Salts; Vcn, Red; Sp. Brown; Yellow
Oere; Ivory Black, kc. &c., which they
j offer for sale at the lowest factory prices.
Also in store, Itef'd Saltpetre; Alum; Blue Vitriol;
Cream Tartar; Roll Brimstone; Saleratus: Pot and
Pearl Ashes; Sal. Soda; Chalk; Glue; Ko-in; Lam;i
Black; Virdigris; White and Read Lead, dry and in
nil; Litharge; Sp Whiting; Alcohol; Sp. Turpentine;
Linseed, Sperm and Common Oils; Copal, Japan,
I Conch, Leather, Black and Ship Varnishes; Glass;
| Putty, Sic. &c.
j Dealers are respectfully invited to call. Prices will
I be made to suit tins times. nd'2-mthlm*
|gARCUNOENISON.SI BALTIMORE-ST.,
. 7 fit has now in store a full Hssonment of the most
I choice GltEl'.N and IILACK TEAS, LOAF; CRUSH
ED HAVANA and BROWN SUGARS; JAVA. LA
GUAYRA, PADANG. ltlo and other COFFEE.
GROUND and UNGROUND SPICES; FAMILY
FLOUR; OILS, MOLASSES, WINKS, LIQUORS
J and GROCERIES. For sale to Families, and others,
j at the lowest ruling pi ices. n29
DOTS AND SHOES. 47.1 easts BOOTS.
SHOES and I'.ROGANS, just received per brigs
I Chickasaw and Ida, Fresh and Seasonable Goods, di-
I rect from manufacturers, and for sale by the case, at
| the lowest manufacturers prices.
E. H. MERRILL, Commission Merchant,
nl2lm No. 14 German street.
! ROWLAND'S IMPROVED^PATENT
CONDENSING COFFEE BOILERS.
THE Subscribers, since having purchased the
right to make and sell the above economical
| Boilers, have made a decided improvement on them,
by which they save a still greater proportion of the
grain and aromatic flavor; consequently the Coffee ts
richer and superior to that made in any other Boiler.
References to gentlemen in Baltimore and Wash
ington as to their superiority can he given.
Both the original and improved Condensing Boilers
can be had, wholesale and retail, ol
JAMES CORTLAN & SON.
No. 18 Baltimore street.
| J2 Opposite the Centre Market,
i A LARGE LOT OF GOLD Ai SILVER
gIL PENCIL CAS ES, of the latest style. Also, Levi
| Brown's Premium Diamond pointed Gold PENS; some
| very rich Gold Fob and Guard CHAINS; Gold and Sil
I vcr THIMBLES, with a rich assortment of JEWEL
| RY. Just received at G. D. CLARK'S, No. 1 Water
! street, 2d door from Calvert. Purchasers aie invited
! to call and examine the Goods. mi
WINDOW SHADES.
JOHN O. HOLLA NO has now in store a choir-•
selection of handsome Transparent WINNOW
I SHADES, of every description.
Persons wishing handsome SHADES to screen
j Curtains and Carets from the Sun, will do welt to
j call, as I am prepared to furnish the very best New-
York and Baltimore made Shades, at very low prices.
(gy~ WINDOW SHADES furnished and hung ut
! short notice, by JOHN C. HOLLAND,
Upholstt rer. No. 4S Gay-st.,
j n3O ' Near the Shot Tow er.
H~~ ULL'l> HI t'KWHKAT. A further sup
ply of thai very superior Bueku-hent Flour,whieh
1 has given such general satisfaction. Just received and
I for sale, iti half and quarter bills, by
G. H. REESE & BROTHERS,
Pratt street, near llanover.
Opposite American Hotel
(U Delivered free of expense. dS-4t*
DESIRABLE GOODS.
fx OK BARGAINS call at ilie corner of IIOIV
' ARB and FAYETTE STREETS. A beautiful
J assortment of Mouse and Drab colored ALPACAS.
I French and English Drab MF.RINOES.a'I shades.
Together with a large stock of CASHMERES ati i
! MOUSLIN I)E LAINES.
d-J-tf JAMES PETERS.
B' LACK ANJ> WHITE M ADDING, the
best in the market, for sale at
n3O LOVEJDY S, No. 123 Baltimore-st.
BROWN, PURPLE, GREEN AND SHADED
VELVET RIBBONS. I have just received ai
( assortment of the above article, which I will se'
I wholesale or retail, on accommodating terms.
J. M. HAIG, Fringe Factory,
i tt£9 p 121 Baltimore street, 4 doors above South.

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