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DAYS OF THE STEAM SHIPS.
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■bcadia, Dee. 4, Jan. 1
■batnhria, Jan. 4, i-el" 1
y ALMANAC.
W Sun Sun
JANUARY. Rises Sets. Moon's piloses.
30, Monday, 7 20 4 40
31, Tuesday, 7 20 4 40
1. Wednesday, 7 23 4 37 D. N. M.
iff, Thursday, 7 23 4 37 Lastqr. i 10 20 A m
3. Fliday, 7 2-1 4 37 New 8 2 11 A. it
4. Saturday, 7 22 4 38 Firstqr. 15 3 50A.M
5. Sunday, 7 22 4 38 Full 23 9 19a M
MARRIED,
At Atwilllon, the residence of Samuel Atwill, Esq.,
on the 19tli inst. by the Rev. T. B. Sargent, Mr. Wnt.
Edwards to Miss Clarissa A. It. Crahh, both of the
county of Westmoreland, V'a.
On the 35'h instant, by the Rev. Mr. McJiltoti, Wm.
Siheiy to Miss Mary Ann Martin,all of this city.
On the 26th iust. by the Rev. Mr. Morris, Mr. A. F.
Fisher, of Baltimore, to Miss Mary Jane M. Rollins,
of Washington, D. C.
DIED,
On thc27th inst. Mrs. Ann Kiley, in the 53d year of
her ngc.
On the 27th inst. Jamoi 1.. Smith, in the 39th year
of his age.
LATEST DATES.
LofTOon,... ■. ..Dec'r 3 I Canton, Aug't 3
Liverpool, Dec'r 4 Rio de Janeiro,...flct'r 24
Dec'r 1 | New Oilcans,... Dec. 20
lUtrrER BAGS CP AT TIIK KXCIIANOK RKXDIXtI ROOMS.
Ni'or Havre—Ship Eutaw, few days.
I'or Bremen —Snip Matiunne, soon.
For Kingston, Jam.—Barque Hermitage, with des
r patch.
I For Liverpool—Brig George Gardner, few days.
■VIA ill SE LIST—PORT OF BALTIMORE.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 99, 1644.
S RITOM TIIF. XXCHAXGt READING-ROOM BOOKS.
CLEARED.
Sehr M. Elizabeth, Wheeler, Richmond and Peters
burg, Va. Clias. Pendergast & Son.
Sehr Michigan, Terry, New York, 1. Mnnkin.
Sehr Milli-cnt, Tunncll, do. do.
Sehr Traffic, Gardner, Netv York, John W. Rravrn.
i Sehr Jack Downing, Passapea, Philadelphia, J. W.
I Brawn.
I SAlLED—Barque Latrobc, Allen, Galveston; Br.
■brigs Favorite, blasters, Bermuda; Queen Victoria,
Hnicker, Trinidad.
W ARRIVED.
[ Sehr Elizabeth Jane, Dukes, from Philadelphia,
I pulse, to John W. Brown-
I Sloop Union, Cottinghaui, from Philadelphia, tndse.
I to John W. Brown.
f Steamer Cumberland, Colmurv, from Philadelphia,
mdsc. to E. G. Harris.
MEMORANDA.
L Ship Leila, Higgins, for New Oilcans, sailed from
■ Rotterdam fit!til Oct.
r > Barque Paoli, Fuller, from Bremen, arrived at New
Orleans 19th inst.
Bremen barque Philadelphia, Greve, for Bremen,
L via Baltimore, cleared at Philadelphia 2Glh inst.
f Btig Alabama, Dudley, for Baltimore, cleared at
| Mobile 20lh in t.
I Brig Henry P. Sumner, Howland, for Richmond,
from New Bedford 25tli inst.
Mary Stanton, Bcar.e; sell is Essex, Otis, nnd j
Murray, llevermx, from Balliutote, urriv, il at I
astli inst. Brig Eagle, Fasseuden, for Balti- I
cleared same day.
Emeline, Bourne, hence at New Bedford 2lith I
I Sehr Gazelle, S|iarkn, hence at Ftankfott 20th inst. |
i Sehr Pallas, Aiken, hence for Bangor, repaired, re- J
loaded ami sailed2slll inst. from Holmes's Hole. Tlte
I New En land for this port, from Portland, lutd gone to I
■ Wood's Hole to go on the railway. It will be remem '
Bbered that, lite above vessels were carried ashore in a j
■gale ill the harbor of Holmes's Hole 11 til insr.
■_ Sehr Mariner, Adains, fur Baltimore, sailed from I
■Nantucket 21st iust.
Lady Warrington, Griffith, from Baltimore,
at Newport 25th inst.
Sehr Delphi, Nieketson, from Baltimore, arrived at
N. 11. 23d inst.
Sell is Tryall, Gibbs. and Queen, Bray, from Balli-
Bnnrc. arrived nt Providence 2511t inst.
I VAlft A lid. i". FARM FOR SALE.
The wner will sell, on very reasnnableand
IKJH accommodating teints, a valuable, healthy,
Minimi lianilsoinely situated FARM, on tin: East
■ ®LllLerii Shore of Maryland. For particulars, ap-
Hply at the Clipper office. dlO-cofiw
Wr HANDSOME PRESENTS. "
K'EI.I.IVG OFF IN ItEAMTY. To close
out the entire stock of FANCY DRY GOODS,
35 IIOIV*1111) ST., fid door from Fayette.
Cashmere Shawls for sl2; $lO do. do. for $8;
do do for G; sls rich cmbrciilercd Thibet for 12;
do for 10; $7 embr'd Cloth do for 5 59; $2 50
Velvets for"; $3 do do for 2 50; fiij cents Silk
or Ties for 25; Half do do for 12j; 50c Cash
d'Cosse for 37J; 31c Mqusliu dc Laines for 25;
do for 31; Gije Ftenelt do for 50; 75c super do
$1 fig'd Gro do Naps I'oi 80c; 87 jc do do for 70;
dodo for 05, !Bjc Bonnet Ribbons for 13{; 25c do
)r I8jf; 31 jo do do for 25; 50c Ciape d'Ecosse for
Gloves, Mitts, &e he.
above Goods have been put down to the prices
to close them out. in order to make a change
HAYVVARD'S Cheap Store,
Howard slreei, 3d door from Fayette.
Bs. B. Particular attention hereafter paid to keeping
a Cheap stock of Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
■it prices compared with any in tlic city. Goods from
expected every week. d 24 tf
HtALTIMtIRE BLACKING AND INK
MANUFACTORY, LIGHT STREET, (Oppo
the Fountain Hotel.) A superior article of Oil
Blacking, warranted to produce a fine jet polisit
to retain its virtues for any length of time unini
|Baired—offered at wholesale and retail at moderate
r prices ami on accommodating terms.
I Aiso—4oo gallons Black Ink, by the bottle, gallon,
I or barrel. British Lustre, warranted pure lead in bulk
I or J to packages. Purchasers e.re rcspectfuJy invited
JtocalL CHAS. WISEMAN i CO. dlO Im
AND MOHAIR FRINGE KIRCHILI.KLN.
I k 1 have on band a large and fresh assortment of
■Fringes of all widths, shailes and colors—to which I
■nvile the attention of the ladies. .
V JAMES M. lIAIG, c
■yJ2S [p] 121 Baltimore st., 4 doors above South.
SILK VVAISTE TASSELS.—I have
just niauufiiciured an assortment of the above
to which I invite tlte attention of the ladies.
JAMES M.HAIG,
[P] Tassel Factory, 121 Baltimore st.
■ TIN PLATE, SH¥ET~IRON, &C.
N BOXES best charcoal brands i of
VP vr Tin Plate y x and ex. sizes ' direct
best charcoal brands of Leuded ('impoit
bundles English and American SHEET [RON
packs Jaceliff Russia do.
iiuiirlles bright and annealed lion WIRE
do. hrttss and copper du.
pigs Government Batica TIN
Braziers and sheathing COPPER
rolls Hlfeet LEAD
and bar Lead; Spelter; bar Tin; a full assort-
of tinned and iron Rivets; ulso, a large assort-
BBnt of Tinners' Tools anil Peeks Machines, in setts
Blr,single pieces. Fur sale on liberal terms, bv
■ E. PRATT BROTHER,
nl-3m 27 and -29 South Charles st.
■ 'foBACCO! TOBACCO!!
IIPO.OOO assorted qualities.
supcrioi pound Lump TOBACCO
do. Mediuiu - do. do.
do. Common do do.
do. Superior 12's do.
do. Medium 12's do.
do. Superior lG's do.
15 do. Medium 16's do.
Superior s's do.
■ 20 do. Common do. do.
I For sale by STEPHEN THORNTON,
| dl4-tlstJ No. 24 Clienpside.
I MU FYS! MUFFS!! MUFFS:!!
■ A PR ? }SH INVOICE of MUFFS, just recciv-
Li>. c( l from New York, will be opened this morn
consisting of Namral arid Lustred Lynx; Sable,
Bjoney, Syberian Squitv ), Natural and Lustred Gen-
a few of tltos.. verv fj,,o and fashionable
BEAK MUK'S; all of which will he
at exceedingly low piiees, in order to insure
sales. Ladies and purchnpri generally are in
to call. G. 1 HOPKINS,
The MERCHANTS' FIRE IN
SURANCE COMPANY, huve removed their
to the Building of tlte American Lift. Insurance
No. 19 SOUTH STREET, direuly oppo-
former locntion. (Iff-AH kinds of Property
in 'Town or Country. n4-.Viiif
KT B. DONAHUE'S TAII.ORIXU EST
turmH. n7-2a\vtjl
HfeXTLEHE-IS CLOAK TASSELS—i have
manufactured a fresh lot of the above arti-
I wall sell very low, wholesale or retail
, 101 „ , JAMES M. HAIG,
i r j LH Baltimore St., 4 doors above South.
AMUSEMENTS.
IIOLLTDAY STREET THEATRE^
R. .1. WOODWARD, Nanagtr.
FIRST NIGHT of the celebrated Tragedian, Mr.
A9IUEUSUA, who is engaged lor 3 Nights
only, and will make his first appeainnm: before an en
lightened Baltimore audience in the character of
CUi UDK MF.LXO 77''.',
which Iras been pronounced by tlte critics n masterly
eflort of genius and talent; in fact, Mr. ANDKRSON is
acknowledged to be the only correct representation o!
the character, now living; all other artists who have
attempted to perform the part are mcie shadows com
pared to Mr. A. His youth, his beauty, and his noble
bearing, aided by his deep, itch and mellow voice,
and all governed and directed by bis educated mind
and brilliant genius, produce an efiect upon his au
dience which leaves them no power to wonder at
Pauline's sudden and sirong love for hint. Very many
of the fairer portion of Ins heart rs have left lire The
atre iviih aching hearts.
ON MONDAY EVEVI.Vti, Dec'berfid, 1844,
will be performed Sir U Lytton Bulwer's much
admired Play, called
THE LADY OF LYONS.
Claude Meluotte, Mr. ANDERSON.
Pauline, Miss CLIFTON,
Having been expressly engaged to support Mr. An
derson.
To conclude with THE RENDEZVOUS. Simon,
Mr. FORREST. Rose, Miss KIKRY.
(Jff-Boxes 50 cents. Pit 25 cts. Colored Gallery 25
ets. Box otliee open from lb to 2 and 3to 5. it
LAST NIGHT BUT fBSSi
or THB
FAKIR OF AVA.
AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, FAYF.TTE-KT.
TIIIS EVENING, Dec. 30 th, splendid new illu
sions and Experiments in HINDOO MIRACLES,
ASIATIC JUGGLERY, DEMONOLOGY, Stc.
(jfft Admittance 33 cents; children, if accompanied
by guardians, half price. Open at 7, commence at
hall pa-t 7 o'clock. It
A LL PERSONS wanting to got GREAT BAR
iV GAINS in the way of CHRISTMAS PRE
SENTS, should look sharp for No. 112 BALTIMORE
STREET, as it is considered un absolute fact among
the knowing ones, that they gel inoro and prettier
goods for the money thatcau bo had at any other store,
suull as Fancy BOXES, Gold PENCIL CASES, Gold
BREASTPINS, Cold FINGER RINGS, CHAINS,
BRACELETS, PERFUMERY, WALLETS, CARD
CASES, PURSES, ike. Jtc. too numerous to mention
at wholesale and retail, by ELIAS lIALE,
d 23 Gt No. 118 Baltimore Street.
CIHKISTMAS PUEbEliTsTVinTtTriid Rings
/ and Breasljrinr; gold Bracelets and Earrings; gold
and silver Pencils; gold Watch Keys and Lockets;
Boquel Holders; Fancy Boxes; 8 day and 30 hour Brass
and Wooil Clocks; drilled eyed Needles, 3 cts. a paper;
Jet Breastpins 6>; Jit Buttons 3 cts. doz; Hooks and
Byes 1 ct. box; Tape 3 cts. doz; Twist Combs 3 cents;
Side Combs 3 ets. pair; Rear's Oil 12j a bottle; Shav
ing Cream 18} jar; Lead Pencils 4 cts doz; silver Pen
cils 18} ets. each; colored .ton Gloves 5 ets. a pair;
Lard Lamps 37). Also, a general assortment of Jew
elry; Clocks; Combs; Perfumery; Brushes; Buttons;
Thread; Hosiery; Gloves; Japan and Britannia Wares;
Candlesticks; Spittoons; Lamps, ike., all of which 1
am selling al astonishin'hi lot" piiees
GEORGE T. VICKERS.
No. 9 Baltimore street
dOS-lw Between the Market and the Bridge.
CTHRISTMAS XMTKSKNTS to be renieutber
> ed through the whole year, and what more suit
[ able for a present to a Young Lady than either of the
| following periodicals, viz:
I Godey's Lady's Book - $3 per year.
| Graham's Magazine 3 do.
I Columbian .Magazine - - - 3 do.
| Ladies National Magazine 2 do.
Arthur's Magazine - - 2 do.
j Pictorial World ... 3 do.
1 fiff-Call and subscribe to-day, at
W. N. HARRISON'S, 49 N. Gay-st.
I N. B. Delivered in any |rart of the city free of ex
tra charge. d 24
CIHRIST.IIAB BOOKS—In all their varieties,
! at low prices for Cash,
j ANNUALS, he. —Leaflets of Memory, splendid
engravings, elegantly bound, morocco gilt, $! 30; —
Friendship's Offering for 1845, embellished with nine
engravings. $2 25; Religious Souvenir for 1845, splen
did engravings, bound in morocco, gilt, $2 25; Lady's
Scrap Book, numerous engravings, richly embossed,
$2-25; The Token for 1845, elegant plates, $2; Shak
speure, richly bound, $2; Family Christian Annual for
1845, $1; Louden Saturday Magazine $1; London
Penny Magazine $1 25; Bibles and Prayer Books,
richly bound. Toy Books in great variety- Received
and for sale by WM. N. HARRISON,
No. 49 north Gay street,
d' 23 opposite the Odd Fellows' HalK
HOLYDAY PRESENTS.
MRS. V t A. NICKBRSON respectfully calls
the attention of her numerous customers, to the
extensive and elegant assortment of French and Ger
man FANCY ARTICLES, together with the largest
variety of TOYS to be found in any one establishment
in this city, all of which she is determined to sell at
the lowest prices for cash. Among this choice collec
tion will be found WAX DOLLS with moving eyes,
also Kid Bodies with Heads to suit—Fancy BOXES,
and the greatest variety of every thing neat and fanci
ful, can be had at this Emporium of Holydny Presents.
d' 23-1 w AP-4t No. 52 NORTH HOWARD-ST.
ALL THOSE who wish to give a handsome
Christmas present, in the way of a good Watch
or some handsome piece of JEWELRY, arc invited
to call and examine the new Goods .received by GA
BRIEL D. CLARK, at his Store, WATER STREET,
second door from Calvert, where WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and SILVER WARE, of first, quality, are of
fered fur sa'c at reasonable prices. d! 9
GREAT CURIOSITIES
FROM SWITZERLAND!
MESSRS. SCHULER R CO. have the honor to in
form the public, that they have received and just op
ened a most splendid and original assortment (if FAN
CY GOODS, CLOCKS and TOYS.
These Goods art the first of the kind ever opened
in this market, and are principally carved out in tin
far tamed Swiss style. The CLOCKS are 15 days,
patented works, and are of the finest und most dura
ble workmanship. There are also some heaulil'ul
small DAY CLOCKS. This assortment of Goods is
in every respect novel and suitable for Christmas and
New Year's Gifts.
(Iff"The public are most ropectfully invited to call
and see for themselves, nt
BOSWELL'S MUSIC STORE,
No. 141 Market street,
dll-3w A few doors below Calvert-st.
MCLANE'S WORM SPECIFIC AND LIV
ER PILLS. The undersigned, having been
appointed agents for the sale of the above valuable
medicines, have just received a large supplv, direct
from tlte proprietors, put up in improved style. It is
unnecessary to say any thing in recommendation of
these medicines, us they have been long and favora
bly known to the public. Pamphlets containing cer
tificates. !ic. received for gratuitous distribution.
COULSUN ft CO. Wholesale Druggists.
No. 4S. Librety-st.
TO MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS
A AID DEALERS GENERALLY.
W7" B. PALMER'S AMERICAN NEWS PA
▼ • 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 iu
some of the best news|iapers of most of the principal
towns and cities throughout the United States.
CARDS, setting forth the nature of the Agency, may
lie had at the office, where the pupcts anil terms of
advertising may be seen.
To enterprising and energetic business men, desi
rous of exploding country trade, litis agency affords
the means , through the power of the press, of increasing
it to almost any extent.
fit?" Now is the time to advertise for the Fall and
Winter trade throughout this State, in Virginia, nnd n
portion of Pennsylvania—nnd tlte time is close at hand
when it will be. proper to advertise in the Southern
and Western pupers. for tire Spring nnd Summer trade.
V. B. PALMER,
Agent for Country Newspapers,
Cff-OFFFCES— S. E. corner Baltimore and Out vert
streets, Baltimore.
No. 59 Pine street, Philadelphia.
No. 161) Nassau street, New York.
No. 16 State street, Boston. 2fi-tfif
RSPFTE LOVERS OF THE WEED WILL
JaL meet with superior Chewing Tobacco, at
S. T. SlMMONS'Tobacconist,
No 168 North Gay street, next to
d2leo3t* Independent Engine House.
ERICSSON STEAMBOAT LINE
FOR PHILADELPHIA,
M say ii DAILY, (Sundays excepted.) at 3}
OXOtiuf"'"'"" 1 ' " ft°m No. 3 LIGHT-ST.
I diaUJK. WHARF. One or more of the Boats
of this Line will leave No. 8 Light street wharf daily
(Sundays excepted) at 3 o'clock, P.M. For freight,
PP'y 1" E G. HARRIS, Agent,
No. 3 Light-st. wharf.
NOTICE TO TUAVHLLt HS.
"OPPOSITION LINE TO PHILADELPHIA."
Jt axwr The Steamer MARYLAND, of the
New Steamboat Line to Philailelehia,
TSQA-IVWNUALL will leave the wharf, corner of Light
and PratUU., onTHHKßaturdav) MORNING, 28th
inst., at 7} o'clock, for Philadelphia, and continue to
run daily (Sunday excepted) as long as the ice will
permit. Fare $1.50
ROBERT M. HILL, Agent,
(128 corner Pratt and Grant sis., up stelrs.
AMUSEMENTS.
FRONT STREET THEATRE.
W. E. BUHTO.V, Leutc.
Lower Tier of Boxes or Dress Cirele, 54 eelits.
Second ami Third Tiers,; 371 "
Pit and Colored Gallery, 85 "
THIS EVENING. Dec. 30, will lie performed
the Comedy of WILD OATS. Rover, Mr. G.
BARRETT. SirGeo Thunder, Mr. BURTON. Jno.
Dory, Mr. E. S. CONNER. Ephraim Smooth, Mr. W.
CHAPMAN. Sim, Mr JOHNSTON. Lady Ama
ratli, Mrs. WILKINSON. Jane, Mrs. BOOTH.
After which, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, with
all the Original Music. Sir Aldgate Pump, Mr. BUR
TON. John Quill, Mr. W. CHAPMAN. Selima,
Mrs. BOOTH.
Off- Boots open at half past 0, performance to com
mence at 7 o'clock precisely. It
ALHAMBBAr
REDUCTION OF PRICES.
30 BALL GAME, <>} OTS. EACH PERSON.
ALLEYS LET at 50 " PER HOUR.
rBIIIK Subscriber, having fully established the AL-
I. IIAMBKA as a place of geudemauly resort, as
sures its patrons that IU reducing Ills prices, the same
rules, which have proved so satisfactory to all, will he
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 be permitted to
remain.
The subscriber wishes the above distinctly under
stood, lhat gentlemen may feci assured they can visit
the Alhamhra and indulge in quiet amusement and
exercise without the slightest fear of annoyance.
(iff- MR. BRADLEY, my former assistant, having
returned from the North, will have the entire conttol
of the Saloon department.
(Iff-The ALHAMBKA SALOON OF REFRESH
MENT, as usual, is furnished with all the requirements
of the season, which are served up in the best style,
d 10-1 m AMBROSE HALL [MORE.
IfOALJ COALIf B
ARTICLE*?#
TIHE undersigned has now in his yaru, a supply
. of ANTHRACITE COAL, in the lump, or brok
en and screened of various sizes, for Grates, Stoves,
See., of the following descriptions, viz: 'Colebrook,'
< Wyoming,' 'Good SpringCrcek,' and 'Panther Head,'
the two latter are free burning. All the Coal sold by
hint he will warrant to be of the (est quality, being
carefully selected expressly for his sales, from ilie i
most approved mines in the Pennsylvania Coal region.
Having had much experience in me business, lie is
enabled confidently to assure all who may purchase
from hint, that a better article than he will furnish
cannot be procured.
Off-Orders left at the following places will be
promptly attended to:
CiixexcY BROOKS, SON & Co., 355 P.altitn ,re sf
B. F. GARDNER, NO. 279 Baltimore st.
FRANKLIN GARDNER, N0.909 Baltimore st.
F. G. ID NT, corner of Gay and Aisquith sts., and
at the Yard, Spring Gardens, foot of Euiaw st.
d-U-colt [AJ " PETER FAIINKSTOCK.
" ""ALLEBASI'S MEDICINES."
rniiiK above Medicines having been thoroughly
i tested, and become highly popular throughout
the greater part of our own, and to n considerable ex
tent in other countries, are now offered to the citi
zens of Baltimore, with entire confidence, and tlte
proprietor solicits for them a trial, for which purpose
each agent is furnished witli an extra supply. To ac
commodate alt, a large number of agents have been
enlisted, and furnished with a neat chest, containing
"THE BLACK, (OR ALLEBASI'S SALVE,"
"ALLEBASI'S HEALTH PILLS,"
"ALLEUASI'S TOOTH-ACHE DROPS,"
"ALLEBASI'S POOR MAN'S PLASTER,"
AND
"ALLEBASI'S INDIA RUBBER BACK PLASTER.'
Each agent is also furnished with pamphlets for
general distribution, scting forth the uses of tin; Medi
cines, and containing testimonials from highly re
spected individuals to their value.
They are prepared by Lyman W. Gilbert, of New
York, proprietor; and fur sale by
ROBERTS AT ATKINSON,
General wholesale and retail agents,
nlB ly Cornet Baltimore and Hanover-sts.
And by A. K. Lee, 215 W. B.iitimore-st ; Wiseman
ft Wroth, 111 Light-st.; J. M. I.aroque, corner Balti
more and Harrison-st.; J. W. W. Gordon, 152 W.
Pratt-st.; 11. L. Duhurst, 27 E. Pratt-st.; Boston & Co.,
N. E. corner Market anil Pratt sts.; Win. Hollowny,
N. E. corner Baltimore and Front-sts.; C. Wiseman,
541) W. Baltimore-st.; C. P. Rogers, corner Howard
and Marion-sis.; E. Raymond, 106 Lexington st.; Win.
11. Balderston, corner Howard and Franklin sts.; J.
F. Perkins & Bro., corner Franklin and Green-sis.; J.
8. Bain, corner Howard and Saratoga-sts.; C. P. Rog
ers 8c Co., corner Howard and Madison-sts.; D.
Monsarrat, Baltimore St.; E. li. Perkins, corner lial
i timore and Green-sts.; S. 8. Hance, corner Pratt and
Charles sts.; A. G. Ridgely, corner Pratt and Hownrd
sls.j J. A Sawyer, corner Pratt ami I'aca-ats; E. Y.
Forney,corner Euiaw and Clay-sts.; W. A. Wharton,
93 Hnnover-st.; Bueklin St Giilinun,corner Camden
and Howard-sts.; H. W. Andrews, 51 Hill-st; J. H.
Lcminon, corner Baltimore and Poppleton sts.; Sani'l
Reed, corner Gay and Saratoga-sts.; J. P. Williamson,
corner Gav and High-sts.; G. K Tyler, corner Balti
more and High-sts.; T. J. Pitt, corner Pratt and liigh
sts.; J. W. Johnson, center Baltimore and Eden-sts.;
Chahot and Co., corner Saratoga and North-sts.; T.
W. Rountrce, corner Gay and Forrest-sts.; J. H.
Moore, corner Monument and Aisquith-sts.; A. J.
i Gillingliam, comer York and Harford avenue; A.
I Cooper, corner Eden and Orlcaiis-'sls.; Oscar Monsar
rat, 221 Market-st., F. P.; J. B. Staiisbury,6l Thatnes
st., F. P. nlB-2aw3m
UN ITED^FATES HOTEL!
IYA,SHIMGTON CITY, D. C.
TYLER & BIRCH, Proprietor*.
Tin: subscribers respectfully inform their friends and
the travelling community, that the back building, re
cently erected and attached to their former large es
tablishment, is now completed and thoroughly furnish
ed. it contains forty-five elegant bed chambers, ami
nne of the largest dining rooms south of New York.
Having now every facility and convenience that can
render mi Hotel comfortable, we feel great confidence
in our ability to give entire satisfaction > all who may
patronize us. [n!9 tf] TYLER ft BIRCH.
TO SHOEMAKERS.
HAMILTON EASTER & co., aori bai.-
TIMORK STRKLT, have just received another
supply of extra fine black EASTINGS.
we have regularly on hand Jet and Blue Black
E ASTINGS, of'fine to extra super quality; various
Fancy materials for Gaiter Hunts; Galloons, all silk
and union; No. 2 and 3 RIBBONS; cotton and silk
LACETS; Canton Flannels; Bleached and Brown
Drills; 5 4 blenched Linen for linings; white and black
SATINS, Bte.
To the trade the above articles will be made at very
, tow prices.
(iff— We have also on hand a large and splendid
r Stock of Fancy and Staple DRY GOODS, at tlte low
. est prices. d 23 fit
UTTVIIAGL, ~I
BALTIMORE, NOV. 21th, 1844. (
HALF MOON ALLEY NOTICE. The
undersigned Commissioners for opening streets
in the City of Baltimore, hereby give notice, that they
have deposited with the Register of the City for ex
amination a statement ol the damages, benefits and
expenses assessed by them for opening Half Moon al
ley, and also two explanatory plats of said alley.
Thev hereby further notify all whom i' may concern,
that tin y will meet in the Cirv Register's office at the
City Hull, on FRIDAY, tint 3d day of January, 1845,
at 3 o'clock, P. M. to review any of the several mat
ters set forth therein in said statement, to which arty
person claiming to In: interested therein shall on lhat
day make objections: ami any parson interested mak
ing objections may appeal In the City Court any time
within thirty days front the date of this notice.
DAVID PARR,
JOHN H. MfJNUOE,
W.M G. GOKSITCIi,
Commissioners for opening streets in the
'l2B-ft city of Baltimore.
CITY HALIo ~
BAITIMORK. Dee. 24, 1844. I
(qJARA.II ANN STREET NOTICE. The
f undersigned Commissioners for opening of streets,
t't lite City of Baltimore, hereby give notice thaithcy
have deposited wn'.i the Register of the City for ex
amination, a statement of the damages, benefits and
expenses, assessed by them for opening Sarah Ann
street, from Chatsworth to Gove street, and also two
explanatory plats of said street.
They hereby notify a'l whom it mnv concern, that
they ty ill meet in the City Registers' Office at the Citv
Hall, on FKiD AY, lite fid dav of January, 1845, nt 3
o'clock, P. M. to review any of the several matters set
forth in said statement to which any jrerson claiming
to he interested therein shall on that tiny make objec
tion, and any person interested making objection may
appeal to the City, Court any time within thirty days
trout the late of this notice.
WM. G. GORSUCH,
JOHN H. MONROE.
fISMt DAVID PARR.
BEAUTIFUL GOODS AT COST.
COR. HOWARD AND FAYETTE-STS. i
A large stock of Cashmere D'Ecossc
Repp Cashmere; French lie Laines, all wool 1
Superior qunlitv Crape Delaines; Pushann
Plaids for hoys wear: Alpacas of all colors
Cameleon Brocade; Pompedorc Delaine
Grecian Stripes, &c. &e.
(Iff-The nhove Goods are of the richest styles nod i
bought low. dfi-tf
JUP'T RECEIVKB. a large lot of fine Whit
ney and Rose BLANKET S , !, II and 12 qrs.
For sale low by JAMES PETERS, ]
d 5 tf Corner of Howard and Fayette streets. 1
W ANTS.
SITUATION WANTED, by u young Man, as
an n-sLtant Clerk, in a Grocery, Flour or Com
mission store, or Barkeeper in a respectable estab
lishment or any other situation where lie could make
himself useful to his employer. The beet of refer
ences in regard to character, Ac., will be given. Ap
plv quickly at tJCOTTI'S Intelligence olfice,
(130 No. lb Exchange Pliice.
WA NT El) A White Man to net as Pdrter, inn
commission house. Coiniiiuniciitions adores,
sd to J. VV. in the hand writing of the applicant, with 1
his references, and left at the Patriot otliee, will e
ccive attention. d2B-3t j
WANT ED TO HIRE, n while Gilt I, to do ;
lloiioewoik—to one who can come well re-;
commended, may heai of 11 good situation by applying
at No. !20 FAYETTE S TREE T, next door to ttic of
fice of the Green Mount Cemetery. d27-4t
LJITTATIDJI WANTED, by a Young Man, as
V7 an assistant clerk, in a Grocery, Flour or Com
mission Store, or any oilier respectable mercantile bu
siness where he could make himself useful to Iris
employer. The very best of references in regard to
character, Ac. will be given. Apply to SCO I'Tl, j
d 23 Exchange Place.
OlTtjiiflOjl WASTED, by a Voting Man,!
fVom New York, who has had the management j
of one of the first public houses in that city, wishes to 1
obtain a situation in the city as bookkeeper in a re
spectable house, or would except a situation as an I
assistant clerk, in a general mercantile house. Let-j
ters of highly respectable persons nil) lie given in re- j
gard to character aim qualification. Apply at
L. F. SCOT T I'id Intelligence ollice,
dio 10 Exchange Place. |
WANTED, a Partner or Agent, with a email I
capital of #IOOO or IJ2OWI, to which will be ad '
ded a linger capital, say 3 to S4OOO, and the advantage
of the business will lie made greatly in favor 'if tiie
person who has the smallest sum. Enquire nt
SCOTTI'S Intelligence olfice,
dl 9 No. 10 Exchange Place. !
ANTED.—Part of a FURNISHED HOUSE !
in the upper part of the eily. A liberal rent
will be given;the apartments that would be required
are a parlour, two huge and one small bed-room, anil
the use of a kitcncn. Apply q rieklyat
LEWIS F. SCOTTf,
dl 9 No. 1H Exchange Place.
CHEAP FURNISHING WAREHOUSE'
I "■NOR, the especial ewiivenience of HOIISEKEEP
: IT EllS, BOARDING HOUSES, HOTELS, Ao—
| Convinced tli.it such an establishment has long been
I needed in Baltimore, we take pleasure in informing I
the public that one is now open, where can he seen a I
collection of the greatest variety of new nod useful i
HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES to be. found in the
city. Many of the articles ore of entirely new pat
terns, and were never before seen in this market; they
have been selected with great cure and labor, ami will
be sold at such prices as cannot fail to please. House
keepers will find it for tlieir interest to visit tins es
tablishment, as tlicv 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 hut ONE PRICE. We
are convinced that this is the true policy for the buyer
as well as for the relief. For 11 hut of goods see Un
published catalogue, or the occasional advertisements
in the papers. U. E. WETMOHE A CO.,
Howard street,
n9-d2in 2d door north of Baltimore, east side.
BRITANNIA" WARE.
JUST RECEIVED, at the New FURNISH
ING WAREHOUSE, a good assortment of BRI
TANNIA WARE—consisting in part of
'Tea and Coffee Seta
Sugar Bowls and Cream Cups
I'itctiers ami ivlugs
Table and Tea Spoons
Soup and Gravy Ladles
Spittoons, various patterns
Lamps, Candlesticks, Tumblers, Sic. Ar.
V. E. WET MORE A CO.
030-eo2w NO. 9 N Howard street.
HPANNED WARE.
JUST RECEIVED, a iaige lot of JAPANNED
WARE—consisting of
Fine Gothic TEA TRAYS, in sets, some very beau
tiful patterns
Common TEA 'TRAYS, of different patterns, in
sets and single
Waiters of different sizes, by the pair or single one
Japanned LAMPS of all kinds
Chamber CaHdleslicks; Bread and Knife Trays
TEA CANISTERS, all sizes
Gentlemen's DRESSING CASES
Night and Nurse LAMPS
Match Safes; Light house Lamps
TOY CUPS, for children
Wash Bowls, Spittoons, Dut Pans, Ac. Sic.
(XT* At wholesale anil iclail, at the manufacturer's
prices, at No. 2 N. Howard street, (east side.)
nll -co2m 0. E. VVETMORE Si CO.
BRA SS ANDIRONsT ot various patterns and
sizes, some with Fenders attached, a new article
SHOVEL and TONGS, in pairs and sots, with and
without standards
JAMB HOOKS; STAIR RODS
Copper, Rrass anil Sheet Iron COAL HODS
Copper Tea Kettle.-; Chafing Dishes
Rum ford Heaters; Brass Kettles, of all sizes, Sic.
(Iff- For sale at the NEW FURNISHI NG WARE
HOUSE, No. 2 N. Howard street, (east side.)
iill-co3m C. E. W ETM ORE Si CO.
COIjAU LAMPS, for burning Lard; also, Lustres
v 3 Candelnbras, Hall Lanterns, Ac., at Hie NEW
FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, No. 2 N. flownrd-st.
nll-eo2ui C. E. WETMORE & CO.
BROOMS, imusiif.s,"basicets, and a
general aasoitinent of WOODEN WARE—For
sale at No 2 N. Howard street, nearly opposite tiie
Wheatficid Inn. nll-eo2m
4 1 HIND STONES. Small family Grindstones.
<8 N" for sharpening dinner knives, Ac.. at the NEW
FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, No. 2 N. Howard st.
(east side.) nll-eo2in
f Ve.ND KISS, KEN DlO ItsY"B rass an<i wire
FENDERS; Nursery Guards; Bird Cages; Wire
and Hair SIEVES; Oyster Gridirons, Ac., at whole
sale and retail, at No. 2 N. Howard st (east side.)
nll-eoßm C. 11. WETMORE V CO.
tVORY NAPKIN assortment,
at the NEW FURNISHING WAREHOUSE,
nll-eo2m No. 2 N. HOWARD-ST. (east side.)
BLOWER STANDS, a new ailicle to use with
grates. Also, Door Porters, Foot Scrapers, &e.
at the NEW FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Howard
street, 2d door nortli of Haiti more-st. nli-eo2m
MATS7 MAivkm Manilla. Alicante,
Jute and Sheepskin MATS, of various colors,
at the FURNISHING WAREHOUSE,
nll-ou2m No. 2 N. Howard street.
A. SMITH have removed 10 No. S ID H,
• LINGSVVORTH STREET, a few doors from
their former stand, where they offer, wholesale or re
tail, their Stock of BAR IKoSI, STEEL, Ac., at very
low prices, nod would respectfully ask their old cus
tomers nod others to give them a call before purchas
ing. A good second hand double mahogany DESK
for sale. Inquire as above. (i' 27 4t*
ANXIOUS TO CLOSE SALES, TIK-STOCK
of Fall and Winter >RY GOODS at the Agency
Store, is offered at reduced prices. Those wishing to
supply themselves with Cloths, Cassimeret, Fattim-ts,
Tweeds, Pilot Cloth, Blankets, Linsey, Ticking, and
DOMESTIC GOODS generally—or with Cashmere,
Delaines, Mouslin dc Laines Alpacas, Silks, Fancy
Prints, Ac. Ac., will do well to call early and make
tlieii selections.
LUTHER J.COX, Agent, Baltimore st.
d7 tf 2d door below Tripolelt's alley.
MADAME YOUNG fielsgralefiri to the ladies
and (snUotnon of Baltimore fbrtht liberal pa
trnonge tlicv have bestowed upon her, and begs leave !
10 inform ilieni Hint she will leave Baltimore on the
lOtli January for Washington. She will remain at'
No. 43, PITT STREET, till 10111 January, where she 1
is prepared to receive them She will, by her univer- ]
sally acknowledged skill in Phrenology, Physiology 1
and Philology, inform those who will investigate her j
talents, of their leading transactions of ihe past, the j
present, and the future, as if she had known litem \
from birth. She neither wishes to know the name
nor age, hut guarantees that all who visit her will not
regret it.
9(7-Price 50 cents for a gentleman, ami 25 cents for j
a lady. d27-2w* j
■LY J. di U. PTVVEHB,
Mid* No. 3 HOWARD STREET,
Next "VVlientfield Inn," j
HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
New York Hull'd BUCKWHEAT, in packages for fa
mily use
Fresh Ruuch RAISINS, in whole and half boxes
Almonds, Currants, Fresh Citron, Rock Candy
Bordeaux PRUNES, in fancy boxes; Maple Sugar
Cocna ami Cocoa Paste; West India Preserved Limes
Citron, Pine Apple, and Canton Preserved Ginger
Macearoui; Vermicelli; Sardiner; Anchovies
Capers, Olives, Ac. A.
Med ford, Pie-Nic, Sugar, Wine ami all other CRACK
ERS; Boston CRANBERRIES, Ac.
Also. New York Premium FLOUR, "Whitney" br.
n26-eotlstJ.
SAMUEL CHILD,
COACII AND HARNESS MAKER,
No. 33 NORTH GAY STREET,
~ Keeps constantly on band, a general
! ryYRI-Svj&'as'mrtineiri of CARRIAGES of his own
! (-.'>4?-;_j*v3- t -make, and warranted of the first qual
I -P* VJ ity. Second hand Carriages taken in
j Exchange, or sold on Commission- Repairing done
I iv 161 the utmost despatch, and uu the most reasonable :
' torois, seti eo6in* 1
DRY_ GOODS, &c.
DRY GOODS CHEAPER THAN EVER.
8 AM STIMi SELLING OPP MY STOCK
of DRY GuwDrf WITHOUT REGARD luCOS'J'.
The largo quantity I have sold within the lust few
week* is the best guarantee oftlicir being rcatlyckmp.
Amongst them 1 have still oil hand some of those
M Kit IN OH which I have been and still am selling at
nhouthall their value. CASSIMiiKKS; Plain, Strip
ed and Plaid SATTINKTTS; Whitney BI.AAKETS,
all sizes; Full'd LIX.SEY; HOIHEKY, among which
are I)lack Alpaca, Itlack Lamb* Wool a full assort
uient from 31 cents to St). Clack Worsted and C.sh
n-iere do. Child.i nV heavy Scotch l.iiinbs YVool all
sizes. CM BRI'.I.L AS. t.'lotli, Velvet and Glazed
CAPS. CALICO, .MOCSLIN, Ac. ice , all of which
ram determined 10 Close out. Call and see.
GEORGE 11. RHODES, 170 Lexington st.
daa-lm* liveilooi s euslol Butaw.
fNLKECY LINED lIUSE. Just received, a
small lot of superior Fleeey lined SPU.V SILK
HOSE, with a general assortment of GOODS in my
line—all of which will be sold low at AMOS LOVE
JOY'S Hosiery. Yarn and General Trimming Store,
No. Id.) BALTIMORE STREET, nearly opposite the
Clipper offiee, 45
H AT REDUCED Fuict ti. p. iv ..
. io store a large stock of Uosieiy—among which
can be found
Drab and Slate colored Cashmere HOSE
Fine hint-k Cashmere do.
Piussian black Alpaca do.
Black, plain and ribbed Worsted do.
Plain and lili'd Woisted, assorl'd colore do.
Worsted mixed half do.
Merino do do. do.
Plain and riU'd bik and worsted cotPm do.
Unbleached aim mixed long do.
Slate colored, superior quality do.
Mixed und unbleached half do.
Uennantown and countiy knit half do.
JAMES PETERS,
80 Comer of Howard and Fayette-sts.
BECAUSE wso shiltli so CHEAP ~
At the NEW.FRANKLIN-ST. STORE,
No. 136, (between F.maw and I'aca, south side,)
Is the reason why the people are coining from differ
ent section 1 of tile city in order to secure Bargains!
MORE AUCTION GOODS.
New Style Uiissimeres only ®I; Cloths from $1.50
upwards; Citssinetts and Jeans 31) cents, upwards;
Flannels, all wool, 35 cents; Lindseys 121; Canton
Flannels 6 and lb cents; Calicoes 6) els; beautiful do.
12) els Crash (i'e; Ticking 10c; Silk Dress Hdkfs. or
Ties 12) and 2)0; Children's woolen Gaps 10 and 12Jc;
bieaelied and blown muslins 6) upwards; more Linen
C. lidkfs. at 12) cis; Mousiiu de l.aines; Cashmeres;
Merinoes; Alpacas; Clou kings; Blankets; Coinfmt
ali'.es, ready made, at $1.50; eol'd Cambrics; Brown
Hollands, Sto. Ac., and a great variety of other Goods
equally cheap.
(jjj-Goods from Aor lion every week.
No. 130 FRANKLIN STREET,
'in Between Eniaw ami i'aca sts.
CHEAP AUCTION GOODS.
IgMIE bITW IUUEKS now otter to their ena-
B toniers and otliers, who have not made their pur
chases, the cheapest lot i AUCTION CLOTHS, of
nil the dill'ercrit colors and shades, suitable for ladies'
and geirlemeii's 1 loaks, and boy' 3 and ehildren's
wear, tliey linve ever yet had,ranging in price froms2
up, and u liieh tin y do recoinnrenil as being of extra
ordinary fine quality for the prices; together with an ex
tensive assortment of plain noil fancy CASSIMERES,
embracing every variety of color and slyle,
Tliey have also on ltaml,ug||isu:il, a splendid assort
ment of Coopers Is. (shepherd's English, and Paul Ha
bit & Fill's French CLOTHS, CABSIMEKES and
lIOF.SivINS; wool blk, indigo blue, brown and olive
Beaver Cloths, id' fine and ■ uperflnc qu lilies; with
plain black and fancy E1121u.11 silk, Smins, Merino and
Velvet VESTINGS, fee.; to all of which they invite
the attention of persons wishing to pnroliaso, as tliey
will be sold, wholesale or retail, at the lowest market
prices. HORSEY Si. NELSON,
dn-col ire No. 65 Baltimore street,
FRENCH LAWN HEMSTITCHED HDKFS.
B| tlßEß'l' JicEhlKlWillEY st CO, have
t received a very large lot of the above goods,
which tliey are enabled to sell at least 25 per cent,
lower than they have been sold in this market,
163 BALTIMORE STREET,
dl 1 tf Between Calvert and Light sts.
LOOK OUT FOR THE BARGAINS.
BI I WE just opened 2 eases extra super N. York
. mills SKIRTINGS, damaged by being wet on the
voyage from the factory. These goods are too well
I known io need any further recommendation!, than to
<ay that tliey arc the best make of the Mills, and no
j doubt are the best goods for wear made in tills or any
1 other country. They are hut slightly damaged and
I will be sold at fifty percent, less than the usual price.
| Heads of families will do well to call and see tlieni
I immediately.
Also, great bargains are now being sold to close off
WINTER GOODS, such as Cloths, Caaaimerea,
Vestings, Cashmeres, Affglian Satins, Bonnet Vel
vets, Ribbons, Ac. Ac. J. EDWARD BIRD,
No. 11l Baltimore si,
d2O 2d door above South st.
UNION HALL .ACADEMY,
No. tMfi MAKKET-ST.
NEAR FLEET STREET, FELL'S POINT.
rgVIOMAS HEXDERSO.V (l.ate Principal
ft. Teacher in St. James' Academy, Baltimore eo.)
intends opening a SELECT SCIIUOL FOR YOUNG
GENTLEMEN, 111 the Union Hall, No. 186 Market-?!,
near Fleet street, Fell's Point, for the purpose of giv
ing instruction in the common and higher English
branches, the Mathematics, the Latin and Greek Lan
guages. Having been engaged in teaching for several
years, lie flatters himself that he will be able to ren
der ample satisfaction to those who may patronize his
efforts. Tc •in s s
English Branches, viz: Orthography, Reading, Pen
manship, Arithmetic, Geography, English Grammar,
Composition, Rhetoric, Book keeping and History,
per session fS.OO
English Branches, with Chemistry, Natural
Philosophy, Astronomy, Mensuration, Sur
veying, Navigation, Geometry and Algebra, 7.50
The above, with the Latin and Greek Lan
guages, per session 10.00
(57-The year will he divided into four sessions, of
twelve weeks each—the first session commencing De
cember HOili, 1844.
References : Prof. N.C. Brooks, A.M., Princi
pal of Public High School; VV. Gibson, A.M., Public
High School; J. W. Randolph, Esq , Dr H. Morris, Dr.
F. K. McManus, Rev. 11. Slicr.r, Rev. L. F. Morgan,
Rev. C. B. Young, Rev. J. W. Collum, Rev. J. Sewell.
_d23-lw*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TIN WAKE MANUFACTORY.
BIIIE subscriber would respectfully inform his
ft customers and the public generally, that he is
constantly manufacturing in the best manner, a full
assortment of TIN and SHEET IRON WARE, of
every description, together Willi a good assortment of
Housekeeping articles, including all the necessary
j Kitchen Utensils, Ike. Ac. Persons going to flnuse
, keeping, and those who may wisli to add to their
present stock, will find my store convenient for sup
plying themselves, 011 the most reasonable terms
Any articles in the above business can be repaired or
made to ordei at the shortest notice.
(67-Goods sent to dwellings, or packed for trans
portation, with care and despatch.
LOIJIS HENRY REIP,
No. 7 South Sharp street,
dl7-2w a few doors below Baltimore street.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
YARD LOWER END SPEAR'S WHARF.
rSj'.RE Subscribers respectfully inform their numer
al ou* customers and the pui.lie generally, that they
are now fully prepared to fiiinish them with COAL at
their usually low price, of the following kind, for j
grates and stoves:
Baltimore Company's COAL /
Coal Brook do. > per ton 01" 2240 lbs.
Lloyd, Ac. &e. do. )
Our yard being central, affords an opportunity for |
purchasers to call anil examine for themselves—the j
agent ai the yard will take pleasure in showing the j
Coal. We will warrant our Coal to give satisfaction
in all cases (ftj- Orders left at our office or at the '
Yard, will have prompt attendance.
GIESE Si SON, Commerce street wharf,
se!4-eotf Yard lower end Spear's wharf. |
COAL! COAL!! \
C \ EO. W. STEE.V, at the Maryland Coal Co's !
* Yard, south Ride of the Basin, near the intersec- |
tion of Light and Lee streets, respectfully announces i
to the public that lie lias on hand NANTiCOKE ;
COAL, from the Lee Mixes, of a superior quality, for j
family use,and which will not form aelinkct in stoves. ;
Also, Baltimore Coal Co's Coal and Lehigh Coal, I
which he will dispose of at prices to suit the times.
Orders lell at the following places will be promptly ;
attended to:
At the Office, Exchange Place, adjoining Mr. Fger
ton's Lottery Office
" Messrs. John Boyd & Son's Cellar, South street
" Mr. Thomas Wildey's, Gay street, O. T.
" " Jas. L. Macuiro's, corner Charles and Lom
bard streets
" " Thomas J. House's, corner of Paca and Sara- ;
toga streets.
u u VV. E. B. Faithful, Pennsylvania avenue, op '
posite Seminary lane.
Or at the Coal Yard, on Hughes' Quay.
N. B. Notwithstanding the puffs of other Coals,tho
above Coals are warranted to he superior to Bny other
offered in this market sel2 eollsQn
JELLY STRAINERS. A largo supply of
Jelly Strainers (assorted sizes) on hand and t'or
sale low,by ALFRED 11. REIP,
No. 335 Baltimore-st.,
d-2S if 2nd Tin Store above Howard street.
AUCTION SALES.
BY H. IMTATIIA.II,
102, CORNER BALTIMORK fit HOLLIDAY-STR.
j%TH*lll' A( ( 'I'IO% NAI.BS. Monday, Wert
**", "p ( ' a y and Saturday evening, for the public
rale of thinks, Sluli.'i.ary, Fancy Goods, FAJIIIIIIN,
Private Libraries, &c., &c
09- < "risigiirnonts of articles for positive sales rs
specttully solicited, on which cash advances will he
made when asked.
•X-4tttw It. MEACHAM.
I AST AM) CLOSISO HA LKS OF BOOKS
A AI AUCTION. 1 will sell THIS and every
EVENING this week, at the Stole of Z. &. I!. P.
I'rnlt, 2.1H BALTIMORE HTUBKT, the balance at
that larjje assortment of BOOKS, (as they arc declia
ing business,) consisting of Medical, Theological,
l.aw, Miscellaneous anil School BOOKS; English and
American Annuals lor 1B45; a large assortment of
Book- in rich and elegant binding, suitable for Christ
mas and New \ ear's Present*. Also, a large assort
au nt of Juvenile BOOKS, PAPER, and STATION
CRY of all kinds.
'Ay- The Entire stock will positively be sold, as the
premises must be vacated in a few (lavs.
d7-tf It. MEACHAM, Auet'f.
" KUSINKSS CARDS; &C7 ;
JAMBS NINDB,
CIIKONO.VIETER Si WATCH MAKER,
nlB-ly No. 11 SOUTH UAY STRUCT
QIHS SARA II Mi PEA hi,,
if*. PORTRAIT' PAINTER,
No. 2071 BALTIMORE -T.
Entrance through the Store of Mr. J. II Miller.
N.ll. Old Paintings handsomely cleaned and re
paired. _ _ "!Tu
JM. MKSCII err, CABINET MAKER, NI
• t) Uolliday street Orders for Cabinet work
respectfully solicited. alO-ly
OK. .TO UN lIOSK, THOMSON IAN PRA6-
TITIONER OF MEDICINE, Ortice and Dwel
ling, PRATT STREET, second door East of Sharp, Bal
timore. jylly
JOHN W. WATT%""HOUSE GARTENTHR,
FATETIE STREET, adjoining the Assembly Rooms
executes, with neatness and despatch, ail kinds
Carpenter's work. jal-ly
WILLIAM W. I,EE. FASHIONABI.E HAIR
CUTTER and HIIAVF.It, No. 4 N. GAY ST.
Gentlemen'b Razors set at the shortest notice. al6-y
BE. N. 4 LLS, H( )U SE,~~SIUN and FANCY
• PAINT ER, No. 1 FAYETTE STREET, opposite
Christ Church. jalß-lyt
I' A T K IN T
MI'SCVLAR G ITU E TO PEN HANSIIIP
FOR A COUKHK OF I.ESSONS... ,§5.
IMK- DAVISOS will continue to receive pupils
lV ft at the above price, until the fust of January,
when Ins terms will he again established ai §lO.
Circulars containing full iuforioatiiin in reference to
his plan of instruction, fee , with lull Recommends
Bans, Sic., to he obtained at the Academy, 103 BAI.
TIMOKE STREET, near Charles. Open day and
evening. I.adios meet in the Afternoon. Evening
class 7j o'elock. ( (pj
SELLING OFF !
CHEAP WLSFER CORSETS.
f Wishing to reduce her stork before
the end of lite year, the subscriber
ofl'crs her large stock of dark Satteen
and Jran CORSF.TH much below the
usual price.-; the matt rial, style and
finish cannot fail to please. " All HI
want of a good article, arc iuritcd to
call-they will find all prices, shapes
and sues. Ladies please call and see
for yourselves, at Mrs. BOSLEV'B
wholesale and retail Hone, NORTH
LI BERTY STREET, one door from Baltimore-?!.
gg- Wanted, immediately, a middle aged white
woman, to do housework. d2l-J?o
tkRANICLIN EIRE INSURANCE COM*
1 PAN VOF PHILADELPHIA, cominues'to take
risks upon every description of property, either in
town or country. He would call the attention of pro
perty holders particularly to the subject of perpetual
insurance —a mode of insurance successfully adopted
by the Company he represents,and which has become
very general in Philadelphia. The motto Is this: To
insure a substantial brick dwelling or store, the pro
prietor would deposit with the Company (according
to the character and situation of the building,) from
2J to 3J per cent, upon the amount intended to he in
sured. As long as this deposit remains with the Com
pany, the insurance continues without the trouble of
an annual renewal.
The do,"visit may lie withdrawn at any time with a
decuction oi* fi ve P*' r cent., and the policy cancelled.
This mode of insurance, b( sides avoiding the trouble
of renewal and the rL?k of omission, will be found to
he inuch cheaper than tite ordinary mode. For in
stance—a fust rale dwelling ?-'iui!d lie insured to the
amount of .53,000 by a deposit of 2£ per cent., say 5125
the annual interest on which would he only 57.50 —
whereas insurance on the same house to.?! hv the or
dinary mode, at the very lowest rate, the annual
premium of .$ 12.50.
The undersigned also takes risks in the usual mode
on as favorable terms as any other office.
The CAPITAL of the Company is §'loo,ooo, ah
pa id in and invested in the most substantial manner;
and certainly this Institution stands second to no sim
ilar one in the L'uited States, in point of credit or
character. It is under the control of the following
Hoard of Directors:
Charles N. Banckcr, I Jacob R. Smith,
Thomas Hart, George W. Richards,
Thomas J. Wharton, | Mnrdecai D. Lewis,
Tobias Wagner, I Adnlpho E. Boric,
Samuel Grant, | David S Brown.
CHARLES N.BANCKEB, President.
CHARLES G. BANCKER, Secretary.
Applications for insurance will he reccvcd and tin
mediately attended to bv
FRANCIS H. SMITH, Agent
No. 2 North street.
F. IL S., is also Agent for the NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE & TRUST COMPANY, anil prepared
to make Insurance on Lives, grant Annuities, and sek
Endowments. did eo
IHBAP BUY hOOUS A lame' and hand
J some assortment, consisting of— CLOTHS AND
CASSIMF.RES; CASSINETS; BEAVER CLOTHS;
KEUSF.YH; Blankets; Flannels; Linseys; Merinos;
Alpacas; Mouseliue de Laiues; Cashmeres; Shirtings
—a large assortment of Long Cloth Shirtings, of the
most approved makes; Irish Linens, Sheets and Dia
per.*, Counterpanes; cotton Wadding and Laps; Ves
ting*; Silk and Cotton Velvets; Lustrings; Canton
Blankets; Beriiiek, Burlaps, Apron and Furniture
Cheeks; linen cambric and silk pocket hdkl's; superi
or Saxony Wool Shirts and Drawers, gentlemen's
Stocks and Scarfs; Suspenders; L.iccs; Edgings and
Cap Netts; Bombasines; Figured Saxonies; Worsted
Serge Gala Plaids; Poplins; Kentucky Jeans; bleach
ed, unbleached and colored Canton Flannels; Call
I cnes; Ginghams; Pongee; Silesia; Patent Threads;
Sewing Silk; Skein Cotton; Cotton Osnabtirgs and
Drillings; Brown Holland; Brown French Linen;
Gloves; Mitts; SHAWLS, .Merino. Bruclie, Blanket,
Taglioni, Caasiiuerc, Wattle, Ac.; Buttons; Padding:
Canvass; 3-4 to 12-4 bleached and brown Domestic
Cottons; Domestic Plaids; Shirting, Snipes, 4ic. Ike
Selling wholesale and retail, very low, at the Depot
of Bargains, S. E. corner of Hanover and Lombard
streets. HENRI' W. COOKE.
dB3 iif tin: late firm uf Cpokt, Finn c.
LOOKING GLASS, PICTURE AND~~
PORTRAIT FRAME MANUFACTORY.
THE undersigned begs leave to inform his friend*
and the public generally, that he has commenced
the above business at Stow's Steam Saw Mill, in
UHLER'S ALLEY, between Charles and Hanover
streets, so aHi of Lombard. Having steam power, he
will he able to fill all orders promptly, and at cheaper
rates, for cash, than any other establishment in the
city. Also, Toilet Boxes, of all patterns and sizes.
a23d JAMES M. COKE FAIR.
SPOONST SPOONS!! SPOONS!'!
C~"1 D. CLARK. No. 1 WATER STREET, se-
W• cond door from Calvert, ha* a large assortment
of SILVER SPOONS. Having the best of workmen
engaged, persons going to house-keeping are invited to
call before purchasing.
N. B. Old Silver arid Gold wanted. a0 tf
DIXON'S SPLENDID NEW STYLE
BRITANNIA WARE. Just received per par
ket ship Ash burton, via New York, a most splendid
nssoitment of Divon & Son's English BRITANNIA
WARE, in nets of six pic< es: Also Dixon's Coffee
Pots, separate Coif, c Urns, lie. fee.
In the above arc embraced a great variety of pat
terns, including all the latest styles, which are the
most splendid ever imported into this Country. We
invite Housekeepers and others to rati at our FUR
NISHING WAREHOUSE and examine many' ml
some and useful articles in onr line.
JAMES CORTLAN &. SON,
IB Baltimore street,
4M opposite the Centre Market,
fNOK THE LADIES. A supply M r
1 PICKS and NUT CRACKERS, nit hand and for
I sale by ALFRED H. REfP,
No. 335 Baltimore si.,
d25-tf 2nd Tin Store above Howard street.

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