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MARRIED.
[On tli'- 12th inst hy Rev- Mr. Kurtz,Choice Stein
I Miss Frances Rosk Ann Wrioht, allot this pity,
i Jn the lthli inst. hy Itev. 11. Hciner, M ahchlloj
:aouk to Miss Julia A. Dacohertv, all of this
y-
At Frederick, on the I lilt inst. DknnisD. Wagner,
L'inerly of Haiti mora, to Sophia E. daughter of Ma
• John llarritl, of Ihe hit titer place.
DIED.
Jn the Bth inst, Levis Henry, aged 11 months und
days, son of Henry (1. and Susan B. Weber.
Tin the 1 1 ill tint, in Ihe 22d year of her age, Sarah
If*, wiio of David Heath.
'i LATEST DATES.
rndon Sept 18 I Canton, June 21
iverpool, Sept. 19 I Uio de Janeiro,.... Sept. 2
gvrr Sept. 16 | New Orleaas, Oct. 8
OTER BAGS UP AT THE EXCHANUE KEAIIINO RO' g.
'For London—Ship Alexander, with despatch.
IFor Liverpool—Ship Uio Grande, Willi despatch.
iFor Liverpool—Ship Hargrave, (to succeed the Rio
iande.)
[For Antwerp -Ship Hermann, few days.
For Belfast, lielund—Ship Washington with dee
',tch.
For Bremen—Ship Troy, soon.
Tor Bremen—Slop Schiller, with dcspalclt.
sFor Bremen—Ship Johannes, with despatch.
Tor Marseilles— Frcro h ship Hemi, Willi despatch.
Tor Marseilles— Fr. Barque LMhge Gurdien with
■spate h
'■For Valparaiso and potts in ihe Pacific— Barque
lortensin, Oct. 25.
For St Thomas—Barque Francis Partridg few days.
For Kingston, Jam—Brig Cambrian, few days.
'For Uienfuegns, Cuba—Brig Volusia, 17th inst.
IARINELIST—FORT OF BALTLMt )l. I .
THURSDAY OCTOBER 15, 1846.
[IINTHI BXCHAhtI RBADM(O>ROOM LOOKS
CLEARED.
Schr Maria, Nickcrson, Brazos St. (ago, Kellttm &
errtll.
Schr V eridian, Levertun, Philnd , J W Brown.J
Schr America, Coin, Postell. Savannah, master.
arrived!
Brig Jaseph Batch, Hallett, 8 days fm Boston as-
Tied cargo, to Titos. Whitridge fi Co.
iSchr Wilmington, French, front Wilmington, N C,
itiiber and naval stores, to Win. Mason.
Sr.hr Itradore, lobby, 10 days from Portl nd,plas
■r and fish, to Kirkland, Chase & Co.
Schr Jno. Emmy, Wood, from Alexandria, mdsc.
i Rose, Merrill Si Go.
Schr Star, Griliin,6 days tin Providence,domestics.
MEMORANDA;
Brig Mary Stanton, Parker, sailed from Boston for
allimore 12th inst. and returned again next morning.
Schr Yeso, Ryarson, for Baltimore,sailed fin Lubec
,h.
Schr Cadet, Fowler, for Baltimore el'd at Baagor
h itist.
iSchr3 E. H. Adams, Adams,fin Baltimore, arrived
Natituckei9th inst; and Exact, Folger, sailed fin do.
ume day for Baltimore.
! Schr Cynosure, Waite, for Baltimore, sailed front
fortlund 1 0th inst.
Schr John Allyne, Riekctson, fin Baliiinore arrived
tNew Bedford 10th inst.
Schr Mary, Howland, for Baltimore, sailed fm Pto
idence I lib inst.
SchriJohn Hnweli,Lowdcn, fm Baltimore, a rived
t N York 11th inst.
Schrs Mariner,and Amat da, for Baltimore, cleared
t Albany 10th inst.
HIV. TILYARB, SURGEON DENTIST,
• N. W. corner of
jy2l Mm EUTAW and LOMBARD STS.
■M 11. DOCWII4,
Ei ATTOnNEV AT LAW,
3T FAYETTE STREET, Baltimore. Md.
Qf7*AII claims punctually attended to. sc2B lm*
fiIIEPPARD A. LB A KIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
je!2 6m No. 13 COUItTL AND-ST.
Dll. J. STANLEY, from London,can be con
sulted daiiy, for Rheumatism, Paralysis, Spina
Jisea-es, and all Nervous affections, at his office,
homer of Gove street au l Burgundy alley. m22-6m
DISSOLUTION. The ro partnership hereto
fore existing 'elween WM VV. DIX and AR
THUR 1,. FOGG was dissolved by mutual consent on
the let inst- VV. W. DIX,
Oct. 12, 1846. ARTHUR L. FOGG.
THE FOUNTAIN HOTEL will hereafter
be conducted hy ARTHUR L. FOGG & PHI
NEAS 1 HUHSTON, who have entered into cn-part
nership th s day, and will use their utmost to merit
a continuance of the popularity and patronage which
his house has hitherto sustained in public estimation.
ARTHUR L. FOGG,
PHfNEAS THURSTON.
3TYAVING dissolved my connection with the
■ ffl Fountain Hotel, it gives me grtal pleasure to
solicit for the present proprietors, Messrs. FOGG &.
THURSTON, a continuation of the liberal patronage
with wh ch the above eatabli-hment lias been favored
during my eonnectr n with it, and satisfied that the
accommodations will be at least equal to what they
been heretofore been.
tc!4 4t WM. W. DIX.
F A S II I O N A II L E
HAT AND CAP ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 04 WEST PRATT STREET.
AUEOHG E K. <IUAII. would inost
respectfully Inform bis friends and the
public generally, that he has n w on
hand a large aim general assortment of
HaTa.of all kinds, of his own manu
facture, which, for beauty of style and fiui.-b, cannot
be excelled. Together wi'h a large stock of GAPS,
consisting of Fur, Cloth and Glazed.
He would also call the particular attention of the
LADIES to his handsome selection of Lynx, Sable
Martin, Genet and other MUFFS; also, to his beau
tiful fancy velvet and (Loth CAPS for children.
Qg- The above Goods having been selected by him
self in New York, for his retail trade, and purchased
at the lowest cash prices, he is enabled to sell them
wholesa'e or retail, as low as any other house in the
city. oIM-tistJ
Dili HARRIS'
MOUTH WASH AND TOOTH POWDER.
The subscriber, having procured the formula of Dr.
U. A. Hartis' Aromatic and Astringent Mouth Wash,
and Aromatic and Detergent '1 onth Powder, takes
pleasure in offering them io the public, feeling assur
ed thai they will meet with general approbation.
They combine, in an eminent degree, all the import
ant medical qualities which are desirable for prepara
tions of the sort to possess. They cleanse the Teeth,
excite a heathy action of the gums, and impart to the
bteath a roost delightful fragrance.
Qg- Prepared and sold only by G. P. ROGERS,
Druggist and Chemist, corner of Howard and Marion
streets, Baltimore. 014-lw—Jcl9-fim
UKADY MADE CLOTHING. I have on
hand a wei' selected assortmen' of READY
MADE CLOTHING, front fresh GOODS, purcba-ed
this Fall at their reduced prices; which I will sell at
rates to correspond with their reduction. Country
Merchants and others, who want CLOTHING, can
Sad quite Bargains by calling at
JOHN 11. REA'S,
N. E. corner of South and Pratt streets.
ocl4-eolm
PERIFOCAL SPECTACLES.
Blake & lyon, no. id* Baltimore
STREET, have just received a large invoice of
the above PERIFOCAL EYES, set in fine Gold,
Steel ami Silver Frames, to suit all ages. The above
glasses are of Hie first quality, and ate peculiarly
adapted to as-ist the sight and strengthen the eyes.
Tlte many testimonials that can he produced is a suf
ficient evidence of their superior virtues. We invite
the citizens generally to call and examine our stock
of Spectacles, Watches and Jewelry, at No 192 Bal
timore street, Mil door from 8t Paul's. 013 lw
TO FAMILIKS. A huge supply of Tinned
Carpet Tacks, just received and for sale by
ALFRED 11. UEIP.M33 Baltimore street,
013 2d Tin store above Iloward-st.
Rougf. —a nf.w article. Mrs. nicker-
SON has just received Rouge and Li'y White,
a new article,
ol No. 52 NORTH HOWARD ST.
PRINTING PAPER- 1350 Reams Printing
Paper) of various sizes and weight, received and
■ for sale by TURNER Jc MUDGE,
013 3 South Charles street.
VIIOWAIIE FAPICRS-150 Reams Hard
ware Paper, just received and for sale hy
TURNER fc. MUDGE,
013 3 South Charles street.
B~ INDEItS HOARDS— B.UIXT Ibs. Biruferi
Boards, j tst received and forsale by
TURNER & MUDGE,
013 3 South Charles street.
JUST RECEIVED AT THE NEW TEA
STORE, No. 110 GAY STREET, between
Prom and lii&ti, another lot of the New York Canton
Tea Company's superior TEAS, which, with the
large assortment already 011 hand, forms a very
choice stock. The Company is the oldi st Tea con
cern in America, tied their facilities and expsfitnee
ill the TEA TRADE are unbounded. The universal
satisfaction which our TEAS have given since their
introduction into this city about four weeks since,
render their superiority more certain than li.ud boast
ing. We invite all to g'vh them u trial and see if
they find any "Canton Humbug"
Always on hand, Green and Roasted COFFEE.
Qtj- We expect persons to return our goods when
thev do not give entire satisfaction.
o7 JAMES K. POUTER, Agent.
f ATE NEWS, BY EXPRESS!
MJ _ JONES St MULLIKIN,
No. "9 Hallimore-sl., cor. Tripoletl's alley,
Have received this day, hy express from the Eastern
cities, and are now opening, a fine assortment of very
rich colored Tekatia SHAWLS; also, some very su
perior CASHMERES, for ladies'" dresses; superior
blue black CRAPES and SILK VELVETS, and a
very handsome assortment of CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES, Ate., for gentlemen and children's wear.
(R7-Call early to day and examine for yourselves,
at lint cheap CASH store,
oia-lw JONES & MULLIKIN.
ICM. NEW AND DESIRABLE FALL.
DRY GOODS.—R. McELDOWNEY St CO.,
rre receiving from the New York, Philadelphia, and
litis market, a full supnly of choice and desirable
FALL DRY GOODS, selected expressly for city re
ail sales, comprising in part, rich SILKS; CASH
MERES; MOUSSEHNE DE LAINEW; Tartan
Plaid SILKS; Tartan Plaid CASHMERES; twilled
utd plain Ginghams; ALPACAS; BOMIIAZINES;
French and Emtlish CHINTZES; with a variety of
other Goods, which will be sold on reasonable terms,
tt 163 BALTIMORE STREET,
oc!2 between Calvert and Light sts.
fjxnrcsn FALL GOODS R. McELDOWN
EY St CO. have received a choice stock of Rich
DRESS FILKS— hlaek Mantilla Silks; Mark and
tailored Silk Velvets; French and English Merino
Thibet and Paramrtta CLOTHS; black and colored
Alpaca; Bombazines; Plaid, Woollen and Silk Cash
mi res and Mouselines de Laine; Clarence Plaids for
dresses; new SHAWLS; Blankets and Flannels;
Chintzes and Calicos; Inning Linen and Long
Cloths; Table Cloths and Table Diaper; Napkins and
Towelliun; Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs; Cloths;
I'assiineres and Vestings; with their usual variety of
Dry Goods cheap, at
163 BALTIMORE STREET,
oci2 between Light and Calvertsts.
JEW COAL V A KIT,
HOWARD ST., OPPOSITE CENTRE.
All the vaiieties of COAL, suitable for Grates,
Stoves, and Cooking Ranges—for sale hy
aHi 3m* HENRY SHIRK.
(10AL! COAL! COAL I
J The undersigned are now prepared to furnish
the very best quality White, Grey and Red Ash COAL
for Furnaces, Grates, Stoves and Ranges.
Lloyd, a per ton (Grate,
Cnalhronk, > of J Egg, and
and all other kinds ) 22-10 lbs. ( Lump,
ftr?-Orders to be left at the YARD, end SPEAR'S
WHARF,oraI GIE--E & SONS,
sel'2 2m* 48 Commerce rtreet wharf.
JXIRFI The subscriber has been antmincd Aoent
!T ofTHE SPRING GARDEN MUTUAL INSU
RANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA, and
having complied with the requisitions of the Law ol
the State ol Maryland for Foreign Agencies.
WILL INSURE ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY,
IN TOWN OR COUNTRY,
at reasonable rates, —and as an old Fireman, respect
fully solicits a share of public patronage, at his Office,
No. 23, South Calvert street, Baltimore.
JAMES LGVEGROVE.
BLANK BOOKS made in FIRST RATE STYLE,
as usual. JAMES LOVEGROVE.
au2!> 6rn
PATRON 17, KB BY HER MAJESTY QUEEN
VICTORIA, his Royal Highness PRINCE AL
BERT and used in the ItuYAL NURSERY. By the
several Sovereigns and Courts of Euro e and uni
versally preerred.
ME EN FUN,
TBI
CELEBRATED CHINESE SKIN POWDER.
For Restoring, Beautifying, and preserving the com
plexion, and rendering the skin delicately white,
stnooih and soft, preventing all kinds of cutaneous
disorde's, chapping of the skin, and too copious per
spiration. Co- This a'ticle is entirely free from all
mineral astringents, being solely a preparation of
Oriental Herbs and fragrant Exotics of inestimable
value.
Co~The sole Importers are Hobb, Thompson St
Co., No. 2 VVall-st., N. Y< rk, to he had wholesale
of them; wholesale and retail of SETH S. DANCE.
108 Baltimore street; tetail of J. M. LAKOUUE, 20
Baltimore street; SAMUEL KRAMER, cor Hanover
and Ptrry streets; E H. PERKINS, cor. Baltimore
and Green streets, arid Druggists and Perfumers gen
erally in Baliiuiore and through ut the U. States, in
boxes, price 37 and 75 cents each. r4)
f9ftIIAY UNRIVALLED CARMINATIVE.
i "BOWERS' INFANT CORDIAL" is the most
popular Medicine now in use among various families
of the first respectability throughout the country.
BOWERS' CORDIAL can be given to the most
tender infant with perfect safety. For children, or
even adults that arc afflicted with inward pains, the
Cordial will be found of incalculable benefit. For
tltost children who are afflicted wilh a weakly or de
bilitated state of the bowels, the Cordial will prove
very beneficial. Children while teething suffer a great
amount of pain, and occasion the. parent thereby
much anxiety and trouble. The happy influence that
"Bowers' Infant Cordial" exerts, by its very soothing
qualities, makes it a very desirable remedy in all such
cases; let no family be without this invaluable rerne- j
dy Price 25 cents.
For sale wholesale and retail by
C P. ROGERS, Druggist and Chemist,
corner of Howard and Marion strests.
And at retail by the following agents:—Rodney Gles
- an, corner of Madison and Howard sts.; Dr. B. 11.
Perkins, corner of Market and Green sis.; H. Lemon,
cornerof Market and Popple ton sts.; A.G. Itidgely,
corner of Howard and Pratt sts.; J. li.Perkins k Bro
ther, corner of Green and Franklin sts.; 11. W. An
drews, Hill st.; G. K. Tyler, corner of High and Mar
ket sts.; Dr. T. Rountree, Bel-Air Market; Thos. C.
Hopkins, Broadway, Fe'l's Point; J. B. Stnnshiiry,
Thames st.; G W. Tucker, Pratt and Eden sr.; T. J.
Pitts, High and Pratt st.;C. P. Rogers, comer of Paca
and Little Green street; Dr. Riebuig. Pratt and Paca
stri et. 09-Iw—je!2 6m
fATOTICE. The undt rsigned has just received a
I.N large assortment of the new AIR TIGHT
COOK STOVES from the Peekskill Stove Works,
in New York State, and has opened a warehouse and
office at No. 49 S. CALVERT STREET, Bal imore.
The propiietor of this establishment feels warranted
i i. assuring the public that It is assortment of STOVES,
Sic., is equal to any that can he offered this season,
as they are all of the newest and best patterns, and
on :ts reas-nable terms. Your attention is respect
ful'v solicited to his slock of Stoves when making
purchases. He feels confident, from experience and
advantages in manufacturing, he can offer the most
satisfactory inducements as to price, quality and
style.
{ftT-Orders solicited at No. 498outh Calvert street,
Ba.timore.
{tr?-J 'BBING and REPAIRING done at the short
estnotice. THOS. NORKIS,
se 19-1 in* Proprietor.
S TRASS, STIIASS, STItASS,
BREASTPINS AND BTUDS.
A splendid supply of BTRASS BREASTPINS,
and STUDS, jmt finished—for brilliancy, are not
surpassed by the diamond. Call and see this morn
ing, at G. D. CLARK'S Jewelry Store, WATER
STREET, second door from Calvert. ses2
NEW FALL GOODS.
Wf MCELDOWNEY it CO. have in store
!%• and are daily receiving a latge and well se
lected st ck of NEW AND I IIOICE DRY GOODS,
to which they invite the attention of their customers
and the public generally; embracing—
VERY RICH BLACK SILK, from 3 4 to 4 4 in
width, plain and strip d and watered
Jet black Mantilla and other SILKS
Rich col'd Satin de Chine, Gro Grain, Satin Luxor,
all netv and beautiful Silks,for dresses
Rich Came'eon, in blue and gold, brown and garnet.
brown and blue, green and gold, purple and brown
Silk plaid and striped CASHMERE and MOUSE
LINES
Clarence ptaid and striped Dress Goods
SUPER FRENCH MERINO, at extraordinary low
prices
Parametfa Cloths, Thibet, Alpaca, Bombazines, Plain
and twilled Plaid GINGHAMS
Super Twilled Whitney Blankets, some low priced
A large assortment of new SHAWLS
A general assortment of Linen and Cotton Housc-
Keeping articles
Shirting Linens and Long Cloths
Cloths, CasDmeres, Cassinet and Vestings
Black and blue black and col'd. VELVETS, some 1
yard wide
Chintzes and Calicoes,llandkerchiefsand HOSIERY.
With a general variety of Goods, which will be of
fered at the lowest possible prices.
163 BALTIMORE ST.,
o" Between Calvert and Light sts.
CRKIIORE'S PLAYING CARDS—
-30 Gross Eagle Cards,
30 do Decatur,
50 Merry Andrew,
50 Highlander, received and for sale at manufac
turer's prices by TURNER k MUDGE,
0 13 No. 3 South Charles street
AMUSEMENTS.
FRONT STREET THEATRE.
WE. BUKTUN respectfully informs his pa
• Irons anil fi lends, thai in: has engaged, lor
four nights only.
THE HAVEL FAMILY,
whose extraordinary popularity attracted crowded
houses at N'iblo's Harden lor ninny seasons, until
burned out by the teeent destructive conllagratioii.
These wonderful nilistes, fifteen in number, consist
of GABRIEL HAVEL,
ANTOINE RAVEL, JEROME HAVEL,
Fiaucois Ravel, | Leon Javeili, | Martin Javclli,
M. HENRI, from the Opera at Paris,
M.Marcetti, | M. Ferin, | M. La Manna,
Madame Leon Javeili, | Madame Jerome Ravel,
Mad'e Martin Javeili, | Mademoiselle Javeili, .
'i'lllA EVENING, Oct. 16th, the entertaiamenls
will consist of TIGHT ill >PK, by tlte Ravel Family.
DANCING and SINGING.
A comic pantomime called ROBERT AM) HER
THAND. Characters by the HAVEL FAMILY.
Prior to which, TUB SECRET. Thomas, Mr. T.
G. BOOTH. Madame Dupuis, Mrs. GIBBONS.
fXf* Boxes 60 cents. Pit S& cents,
yy—Doors open at quarter pust7—Performance to
comme-ce quarter to 8 o'clock. It
HOLLIDAY ST. THEATRE.
MR. E. A. MARSHALL, I.KSBBC.
BENEFIT OF MUS. MOW ATT.
EVENING, Oct. ltilh. will be perfornt-
JL ed THE BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOK. Edgar,
Mr. DAVENPORT. Caleb Halderstone, Mr. CUN
NINGHAM. Lucy A sir ton, Mrs. MOWATT.
To conclude with THE HONEY MOON. Duke
Aran7.it, Mr. DAVENPORT. Jacques, Mr. W.
CHAPMAN. Juliana, tlrs. MOWATT.
{ kj - Price of adinis. ion—Box 50 cents —Pil 25.
(Kjp-Doors open at quarter past 7—performance S
coinmrnce at quarter to 8 o'c ock. It
BALTIMORE MUSEUM
AND GALLERY OF THE FINE ARTS,
CORNER OF HJILI J MORE * CJHWEJIT-STS.
After which, A p A S
SEE Tl rv. Gerlrride. Mrs. MOSSOP. V '
QtJ- Tire MAMMOTH HOYS will also appear
every day and evening.
cy-Admittance 15 cts,, children under 10years of
age 12J < cnts. Saloon pi" formiir.ee to commence at
7J o'clock precisely. It
" lIK
CANTON JOCKEY CLUB RACES.
B7VALL MEETIIVG, 1846.
1 SECOND DAY—FRIDAY, 16th Oct.
TWO RACES of three mile heats. First Race,
Jockey Club pttrse, {ssoo. Entries:
1. Samuel Laird ent. ch tit FASHION, aged, by
Trustee, dam Bonnets o'Blue.
2. Witt. L. Halloa, h c Claud Melnotte, 4 ys. old,
by Boston dam Slender.
3. O. P. Hare, ch nt Marietta, 4 years old, by Priam,
dam Canary.
(nj- Race to come off at 1 o'clock precisely.
SECOND RACK—SAME DAY. Proprietor's
purse .S3OO, three mile beats, viz:
I. C. Green enters b h Major, 1 years old, by Ce
tu, dam My Lady.
9. Cot. Francis Thompson, g It Regis! r, aged, by
Priam, dam Maria Louise.
3. O. P. Hare, cnts b. in Antonetta, 5 years old, by
Priam, dam by Virginian.
4. Col. Win. R. Johnson's br It Protrction, 4 yearn
old, by Holla, dam Kositie Soinmir'.
5. Win. L. Hatton, g It Wilton Brown, aged, by
P, jam, dattt Ninnon,
Cjty- Sucli a prospect for sport has never been offer
ed in one day since the establishment of this Course.
It i). I'. 11 Asli, Proprietor.
KING'S l> AGUE toil AN GALLERY,
1417 BALTIMORE STREET,
(NEAR CHAP.I.ES.)
The Oldest Establishment in the City.
With Light expressly adapted to the. Art, the most
superior Apparatus, and cettain Chemicals, the Pro
prietor, hy giving his constant personal attention to
his profession, has been enabled to produce the most
correct and beautifully toned DAGUBRRIAX MIN
IATURES thai have ever been exhibited.
Of?-Citizens and strangers are invited to call and
examine specimens.
(fry- Hours of operating from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Instructions given and all materials furnished.
selß-lf
SjIEW'S DAGDERRIAN UOOMts,
117 BALTIMORE STREET, Balt'e,
110 CHEBNUT STREET, Philadelplria.
A III. SHE IF would respectfully announce that he
tins opened Rooms at No. 117 Baltimore street, with
i light expressly adapted (or the purpose of taking
DAGUERREOTYPE MINIATURES,
upon the most improved system.
lie would particularly call attention to his facili
ties for taking children, whiuli are superior to those
rf any other establishment in the city.
dQ~The proprietor intends giving his personal at
lention to those who ma) favor hiin with a call,
ml-dtf
DANCING AMI WALTZING
ACADEMY AT LOGAN HALL.
V. C. PHILLIPS respeclfully informs his friends
and the public that lie will resume the duties of his
School oil TUESDAY, Sept. 29th, at /.oan Hall,
corner of Bank and Bond streets. Days of tuition for
young Ladies, Misses and Masters on Tuesday and
Saturday afternoons, from 2 till 5 o'clock, and Tuts
tay and Friday Evenings, frotn 7 till 10 o'clock, for
Gentlemen. Terms made known on application to C.
C. P at the ro un, or at his dwelling, No 234 VVoifst.
slßd2l&eoliu*
Dit "cU UGRN'StN DI A N V KGKTA BLK
SPECIFIC FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS—
This medicine is fast taking the place of every prepa
ration heretofore used for diseases arising from Weak
ness or other causes. All that is necessary to secure
this medicine a place in the Domestic Practice of
every family, when such a medicine is needed, is a
trial.
It speaks for itself—is innocent in its operations,
and tin injury can arise from its nse at any tint".
Wholesale anil Retail by ROWAND Ik. WALTON Pro
ptietors 376 Market Street, Phila Also,it Baltimore
by N. N. Robinson, corner of Gay and Saratoga sts.;
Kiiisloe 8t Toy, 98} Marsh Maiket Space; James
Stansbury, No 237 Broadway, Fell's Point; Gorden
&. Tubman, No. 152, West Pratt street. se2
WTEW AND CHEAP CAKPKTING. The
subscriber has just opened a large and very de
sirable assortment of CARPETING, consisting, in
part of—Super VELVET
Super SAXON Y
Super BRUSSELS
Imperial THREE PLY'S
Extra super and sitpur INGRAINS
Extra fine and fine do
ROYAL IJA VI ASK
Plain and Twilled VENETIANS.
Together with a large assortment of FLOOR OIL
CLOTHS; 6,Sand 12 4 DRUGGETS; Chinelle and
Tufted HEARTH RUGS, &e. &c. All of which
have been selected expressly for the retail trade, and
together with his former large stock, renders li s as
sortment complete—to which he invites the atten
tion of his friends and the put ic generally, as he
is determined to sell for cash, or to punctual custom
ers, at lower prices than the same goods have ever
been so'd in this market.
RICHARD DUVALL,
se2B eo6t [AP] N0.2L6 Baltimoie street.
AMKB M. IIAIG, No. 133 RALTLMOEE-ST,
(opposite the Clipper office) wholesale and re
tail manufacturer of GIMPS, FRINGES, TASSELS.
Odd Fellows'& Masonic REGALIA, FLAGS,BAN
NERS, &c. and dealers in MILITARY TRIM
MINGS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, &c., which he offers
for sale on terms that eannot fail to give every satis
factinn.
His stock comprises, in part, the following articles:
Trimmings of all kinds, for Ladies' dress- s
Webbings. Laces Odd Fellows'and
Co'ds and Tassels Masonic Regalia
Braids, Edgings Purse Twist
Tailors' Trimmings Carpet Bindings
Buttons of all kinds Military Trimmings
Gimps, Cords, Bic. of all kinds
Stpel Buttons Gloves, merino, silk, cot-
HnirVVork ton and Kid
Stars, Laces Suspenders
Navy Anchors Watch Guards, &c.
gy-A I orders left with Mr. 11. will be attended to
with promptitude. se3o
WEDDING KINGS. Heavy plain gold and
chased Finger Rings; also, set Rings; gold
Pencil cases and Bracelets, received this DNY and foi
BA I E BY G. D. CLARK, Water street,
AE 2S Second door from Calv rt.
NEW ARTICLE' Mrs. NICKERKON hat
just received BANDOLINE, a re* article fo!
curling and beautifying the Hair. ol
nam* <c-va mv*r%jxTje\i.~i\UA*k^•cvrrrx-nulino:, -rrv iwu■■•*■
FOJLI SALE in RENT.
FOR SALE.
,feL A NEVV TWU STORY h ATTIC BRICK
|onf DWELLING, 011 Wilk el., east or VP#shir>-
"" JJ - ton. Tilt* Honse frono 11 met: with two good
Parlors arm Kitchen oa first flung: ni.iiuutln the best
manner, stone foundation, dry cellars, ami in every
respect a convenient and comfortable Mouse. It will
be sola for gUsu—one half cash, and the balance in
two years. Ground rent s'l.oO per front foot. En
quire at this office, ofi if [
• t'o&'fc FOR KEDiT, The second I'/orv of tilt:
'! Book Store, No. tSI PRATT STREET, ad-1
raffijjj joining the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road
jkimiiiLo put, consisting of out; very large and com
modious Ron in, very suitable lor a commission rrrer- j
chain, storage room, or armory for a military compa-1
iiv, or any other purpose requiring plenty of room.
Two handsome new store COUNTERS, with draw
ers,and u large SHOW WINDOW, for sale cheap. !
Inquire at the Bookstore,
No. 1.51 PRATT rS+KGET,
jeti-tf next door to Railroad Depot.
M STORE FOR RENT. Store No. 138 |
Baltimore street, one of the very best business j
stands in the city. Enquire of
SAMSON CARISS,
No. 140 Baltimore street, between
533 South and Calvert stieeta.
.CO-V. HOUSE AND EOT FOR SACK.
ruiflii A House and hot on the North side of Ross 1
idS!ia street, nearly opposite the inter ection of
l'uca street, having a front of 20 feet on Ross j
street, and running back 100 feet to an Alley,subject j
to a ground rent 0f.515 per annum, will be sold a bar- I
gain. This property is situated in tile most healthy 1
part of the city, and from the many improvements |
making in the ticighhoihood, a very profitable invest- ]
nifiii may be made. Apply at the Clipper Office, 134 i
Baltimore street. m 8 dtf
If7l OR SAI.E—A FARM of rich fertile bottom
IE land lying in Pacawaxen. Charles county, eom !
mnnly called Cocust Grove, containing 4110 A' RES | '
OF I.AND, and has many local advantages, being 11
within a half mile of ihe Wycomico llivcr, which '
abounds with Fish and Oysters, and all kinds ol'Wihl ]
Fowl in tlic season. The land, of itself, is naturally i
good, of a crumbly soil, and in a high slate ofcultiva- i
lion.
_ , The iai|irnvements consist of a large
GQWLFK FRAME DWELLI NG, in complete order,
jfjlfljjf with OVERSEER'S HOUSE and tpiarleis
.lifjdJfiLt'nr Slaves; Barns, Stabling and Granary, and
all ihe other out houses tor faroiing purposes, and i
also a fine Orchard of choice fruit, such as Apples,!
fears, Peaches, Actons and Cherries. The terms ]
will he ur.de liberal on application to NATHAN
HARRISON, ill Baltimore, or to ISAIAH POSEY, I
on the premises.
NATHA.V HARRISON J
a25-2nwßiv No. 11 Franklin Bank Building. I
FBI MUSTEK'S SACK. In virtue of a decree |
H of Baltimore County Court, siting i.i Equity, !
the subscriber, as Trustee, will, on TUESDAY, 3d i
Nov. lb'4fi, at 4 o'clock, P. M., expose at public anc- |
tion, on Ihe premises, that vny large and profitable !
„ , establishment occupied for many years pastj
f y Samuel MeKini and Samuel G. Hyde, as
ffjlM a Soap and Candle manufactory, and sit J
' 1.1 prffii"•'t'" l on the north east corner of Saratoga
and Itolliriny streets, in the city of Baltimore. The |
lot on which the factory buildings are situated, Ins an j
extended front on Saratoga street of one hundred j
and fifty two feet and six inch' s, and another on
llolliday trea tof fifty-two feet and six inches. The I
buildings are extensive and of the uiosl commodious
description, and in a good mid serviceable state of re- ■
pair; the fixtures, such as Boilers, Kettles, Pans, 1
Frames, he. he , ail of which will he included in I
the sale—are in good condition, and of the best kinds. I
For the purposes for which it is designed, no establish
ment can exceed this, in convenience, in its appoint !
im nts, in its location, or general advantages.
Capitalists and manufacturers are requested to I
visit and examine the premises, which will be at all !
times open to them lor inspection. The t-iins of!
sale, as prescribed by the decree, are one-fourth iri j
cash; Ihe test in three equal instalments at four,
eight and twelve months, with interest from the day |
of sale. The giound rent upon Ihe lot is $.3611 a year.]
Possession will be given the l>tof December.
525 2awts J. J. SPEED, Trustee, i
<&TKW CA UPKTI NGS !
LN N KIV CA R PF.TINGS !
AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES!
The sutiscriher has now on hand a beautiful as
sortment of FALL CAKPETJNGS, RUGS, FLOOR
1)11. CLOTHS, he. which we can sell at greatly re-1
luced prices from former rates. Mis assortment will |
be found to comprise—
EN IRA IMPERIAL THREE PLY CARPETING?
of rich and desitnble styles, anil i hoice quality.
EXTRA SUPERFINE KIDDERMINSTER; SIT-1
PERFINE and FINE do., manufactured expressly]
for our retail sales, at one of the first factories, of
the newest and hist styles; the colors ol which are
warranted permanent.
COMMON INGRAIN CARPETINGB, or good!
styles, langing in price from .''(J lo 50 cents per yard. ]
some of which arc manufactured entirely of wool, j
HEARTH BUGS and TABLE and PIANO CO-J
VERS—A full assortment on hand, of every variety j
of siyle and price.
FLUOR OIL CLOTHS, in various widths and I
qualities.
FLOOR HUUGGETTS AND LINEN CRUMB]
CLOTH; Stair Rods; Stair Driiggett; Stair Linen; j
Pulled Door Mats; Sheep -itins, Sic. Sic.
LANDSCAPE WINDOW SHADES—A handsome !
assoitmeiit of this new and beautiful style of Win- j
tow Blind, at prices from Two to Ten Dolls, a pair. |
(pjh Persons wanting CARPETING, are invited,
ind will find it to their advantage, to give the sub
ictilier a call, as he is enabled to sell at vtty low
irices for cash.
T. M CONRADT, Carpel Warehouse,
o5 lin [*n] 75 Ballinmre street, above Gay. j
"ROM THE LATE PEREMPTORY SALES I.N j
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK. |
RICH FKKNCH GOODS.
F. GARDNER, 11)5 Raltimore-ST.
a few above Ligth street, j
is now opening a splendid assortment of Rich Dress]
JOODS, SHAWLS,he., received from the N.York
mil Philadelphia Auctions, which are of new and ]
iplendid styles, and will be sold at exceedingly great [
Bargains: Rich DRESS SILKS
Plain Black and Amure SILKS
French CASHMERES
Plaid CASHMERES (high colors)
Plaid MERINOES
SILK PLAII)
Plaid and Fancy DE LA IVES
Kieli Cashmere SHAWLS
Brocbe do
Real Indonx Long and Square Shawls, i
from 20 to slllO a piece
Frenoh MERINOS, all shades and col's
CLOAKINGS, Ike.
Also, French Embroideries, Gloves, Hosiery, fic. i
EVENING DRESS GOONS.
F. G A RI) N E R,' 95 M arket-st.
013 Fourih house above Light. ]
LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS.
JED WARD BIRD,
• No. 309 BALTIMORE STREET,
between Charles mid Light-sts. j
Has received, and is now opening, a large stock of
the most fashionable
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, j
imported this season—to which the attention of uier- j
chains and buyers generally me invited.
FOR GENTLEMEN—Superior black, blue, olive,
frown, green, drab, French, English and Domestic
CLOTHS, from 2 to $10; sup. black and fancy CAS
SIMERES, ai| prices; super embroidered Sarin, plain J
Satin, Velvet, Cashmere and Silk VESTING; a tub |
stock of Gloves, Hilkfs.. Cravats, Hosiery, L'oder
sbirts and Drawers he. he
Ft iR LADIES—One of the largest stocks of Dress
SILK, entirely new and very rich, ever offered in j
this city; rich black Silks, plain lig'd and satin stripe;
new style French Cashmeres; Mobs de Laincs; new
style Ca-iimere Robes; Oregon and California Plaids,
entirely new; new style Ginghams, superior quality; j
rich white Damask SILK, for evening dresses; em- j
Iqoidercd Robes, in white and col's; Taileton Robes;
Swiss Jaconet; Tailetans; Book aud India Rook |
Muslins. |
SHAWLS—Embroidered Canton Crape, French !
Cashmere, Terkerri Printed, very rich; rich silk em
broidered Cash in ire and Saxony Net Shawls; Ter
kerri Scarfs; Silk do; scarlet and fancy colored Crape
Scarfs; one cartoon extra fine Thread Edgings and
Laces; I do Swiss Insertings and Edgiligf, very fine;
French Needle-work Collars and inside do; Cuffs,
Sleeves, he.
LINEN GOODS—T.inenCambricHdkfs,all prices;
Rich Embroidered and Rover Bordered Linen Caar
brick Hdkfs; Iri-h Linen; Linen Sheeting; Damask
CLOTHS and Table Damask; Bird Eye and Huck
aback Diapers; Scotch Hollons, Brown do., White
do.; Damask Napkin o , he.
DOMESTIC GOODS — Rleached and Brown Do
mestic, all kinds; Prints of every variety and price;
Satt new,all prices, very cheap; Osnaburgs, Cottons;
Heavy fulled Cloth, for servants wear, he. he.
Or?- Merchants visiting Baltimore are respectfully
invited to call and examine my Stock, they will find
many choice and desirabloGoods, which are not kept
in exclusive Jobbing Stores. Prices as low as any
house in the cilv.
J. EDWARD BIRD, 209 RALTiMORF. ST.
0 7 between Light and Charles.
LOLORED WORSTED FRINGES, for
J Dresses and Cloaks. I have just received by
direct impnrtalion, 1 case of the above goods, whieh
I will sell by the yard or piece.
o!3 JAMES M. HAIG, 33 Baltimore street.
i WANTS.
SITUATION" WA .VTRIt p. , , mail,
a* aw assistant feook Kteptir or Clerk nu count
iug room general grocery, Hour or
or hi an insurance office or any other n\-jn cfaH*
mercantile business, where he could make himself
useful to liis employer—Hie best of testimonials of
character and will be given. Apply at
LEW LS F, SCUTTI'd I ntefligenco otbee,
ol.'l 10 Exchange Plm e.
WANTED— SIX JOl HNEYMEN, three oil
small work, at ELMS & NICOLA IS' Ladies' i
Boot and Shoe Store, No. 88, Baltimore si. 012-4.
A SITUATION IS WANTED iu . ire
Jm. speciable Jobbing House l*y uyounif man from
Virginia, who could command a-considerable share
of trade from the Valley—the best of references, as
to character and ability, oan be greH. Address "J. ??
at this office. oBtf
SITUATION WANTED—By a young man,
as a porter in a store. He can come well recom
mended. Apply ar
L. F. SCOTTI'S Intelligence oOtee,
ießl' No. 10 Exchatitre Place.
WANTED— Young men, with or without ca
pital, may hear of tine opportunities t en
gage in profitable business, by calling on
aO9 L* r SCOTTI, 10 Exchange Plate*
WAXTEII. 1 wish to purchase a rurnlesr
good house servants for a term of years. Per
sons having such servants for sale, would do wetl to
give me a call. 1 will give a liberal cash price for
thena. Apply ro
LEVVIB F. SCOTTI, Exchange Place,
A few doors from the corner of South,
®l3 Nearly opposite the Exchange*
WAKE NOTICE—WANTED DAILY- Uteri*,
IS. l4)ok keepers, bar kceepers, Porters for stores;
English Teacher; Coachmen; Ostlers; Wagoners;
Overseers; 20 laborers; Agents; -20 Cooks, Washer®,
and Ironers; Chambermaids; Wet and Dry Nurses;
Travelling Maids*, Seamstresses; House-keepers, and
anumher of other situations too numerous to mention
and too valuable to lose. Families have only to give
me a call and their wants will Wo immediately attend
ed to. Servants sent from my office can always bring
satisfactory recommendations.
L. P. SCOTTI,
apl? No. 10 Exchange Place.
jUOSTIIOBANOY H. PRICK,
iVI PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER,
iuh24-lf No. BO R. CALVERT STREET.
J OHN W. "WATTS, HOUSE CARPENTER
FAIETTE-ST., adjoining Assembly Rooiut. Jal-ly
rim P) SU BSC lb I BlilUS would res joi'tful lyeal
if llie attention of their customers and the public
to '.heir well selected stock of choice CLOTHS.
CASSI MERES, and VE3TINGS, which they are
prepared to make up to order in the most fashionable
style, at the shortest notice, and on such terms as
cannot fail to please their customers.
ROGERS St ROYD,
■hlß No. 196 Market street.
FALL ISTVLid OF HATS AND CAPS.
a To be had in all their varieties at my
old Stand, No. 153 EUTAW STREET,
one door North of Lexington-St., whire
the public will find a I'u'l and general as
sor merit of HATS and CAPS of the
best quality and at the very lowest prices. I would
also call attention to my fine NUTRIA BEAVER
HATS, at only S'lt fitl, believing them to be unequalled
for the price in the city.
ADD AM CHARLES TOWSOV.
liEWAttK Ok ItlU'l 11-/ VI I[li llUIIPt).
t/'ifif## HR* LEACH, (formerly of North
(f Chniles street,) now No. tt SOUTH i
Tf CALVERT STREET, near Haiti- I
f .A more, cures Tooth ache by Extract-1
trQ\"f '"S. (" IC only safe and sure reme-j
(fAff iSJ dy.) Price Ofi cents.
r S~ i- V\ {jj-Also inserts ARTIFICIAL
"Tjn. TEETH in ilie best style, at very |
WtNa reduced rates. PULL SETS made :
to lie worn in the hare gum with- I
tySpa out springs or clasps, and warrant
UfYed to answer the desueil purpose, i
" selS 3rn*y i
tSTSTUSICA L TV JTI ON. MrTA." j7c .'LEAVE- j
ITS LAND, (Trofe-sorof'Music, and for several !
years member ol the Teachers class in the Boston j
Academy of Music,) having taken a Room at No. 117 ;
BALTIMt IRE STREET ; near South, is prepared to j
give his professional services to classes, or give pri I
vute lessons on reasonable terms, at lii.s rooms or at
the residence of his pupils.
Ladies and gentlemen can get gon l instruction on
any instrument, or in voettl music, hy calling as
above. All kinds of Instruments selected with
great care, free of charge.
RO- Particular attention paid to the cultivation of
the voice. setß 3m
TOR ANNAPOLIS. WEST RIVER. VVYK
LANDING, ST. MICHAEL'S AND EASTON,
VIA MILES RIVER FERRY.
4 ..--—si The Steamer OSIRIS, Capt. J.I).
pgki Bmir' 1 ' " w '" leave Patterson street
SfeKbraMflK. wharf, on IN<INDAY MORNING, the
21st September, at 7 o'clock, f rtho above places,
and reluin next day, leaving Miles River Feiry every
Tuesday Morning, at 7 o'clock, St. Michael's ?j,
VVy e BJ, and West River 11J, for Annapolis and Bal
timore.
For Centre' illeand Chestertown, every WEDNES
DAY MORNING, all) o'clock, and return next day.
leaving Chestertown every Thursday Morning, at 9
o'clock, lor Corsica and Baltimore.
At 7 o'cock every Saturday Morning, for Centre-I
ville and Chestertown, and return same day Ail i
baggage at tile risk of the owners. sl9 tf j
" tiIANGE IIK DAYS.
FOR ANNAPOLIS, CAMBRIDGE AM) EASTON. !
- The steamboat MAR V LAND leaves
iy rltimore on every MONDAY AND
iSMfc*<SBE.'rHURSi)AY MORNlNG,Hi7o'clock,
fiom the lower end of Dugan's wharf, for the above
places.
On SATURDAYS, at 7 o'clock, A. M„ for Anna
polis, Uambtidge and Denton, by Dover Bridge, and
return on Sunday.
She will leave Eastnn Point on every TUESDAY
Mid FRIDAY MORNINGS, at 7 o'clock, inr Cam
bridge, Annapolis and Baltimore.
N. B—All baggage at the owner'r risk.
Passage to Am apolis, 50 cts
To Cambridge and Eustcti, $1,50
Colored people, 50 cts.
oc2 LEMUEL C. TAYLOR.
OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY! j
CABIN PASS A Obi § I.
NEW STEAMBMBOAT LINE TO PHILAD.
FREIGHT on l>ry Goods 2l)c. per 100 lbs
FOR PHILADELPHIA on TUEB
- AND SATUR
DAY, at 12 o'clock, M.. from PRATT
STREET WHARF, near Light street, without
Change of Person or Baggage. 7'hf. new and supe
rior safety Barges MAJOR RINGGOLD and GEN'L
UAH WALL ADER. will leave Pratt-st. wharf, near
Light-st., daily at 12 o'clock. M ,for Philadelphia, in
tow of ibe stearmr LOPEB to Delaware city, where
ihey will take the new, splendid and swift steamer
PORTSMOUTH, and anive at an early hour the
following morning, without change of person or
baggage.
The Barges have been fitted up in the best order,
with 'toproved berths. 'I he cabin for Ladies is sep
arate and distinct from the main cabins.
Fare to Philadelphia sl. Meals *25 cents.
K. G. HARRIS. Agent,
se'l-d Office corner of Grant and I'ratt-sts.
FOR CKNT'IIKVILLK fc CIIKSTKHTOW Y
rsw—cii The Steamer CAMBHIDGE. Capt.
naiyjllHlliihgd' l " 'IfRNEii, will leave the lower
erid ofSpear'a wharf (for the ptesenr) |
on MONDAY MORNING, the 21st September, at 7 |
o'clock, for the above places and return the same
day.
For ANNAPOLIS, CAMBRIDGE arid EASTON,
wi'l leave every TUESDAY MORNING ai 7 o'clock,
and return the text day, leaving Eastnn every WED
NESDAY MORNING at 7 o'clock, and Cambridge
8J o'clock for Annapolis and Baltimore.
For ANNAPOLIS and WEST RIVER, every
THURSDAY MORNING at 7 o'clock, and reiura
the same dav.
Every FRIDAY MORNING at 7 o'clock for AN
NA Poi.H, OA MIIKI HUE and EAST' IN, and return
ro xl dav, leaving Eastnn every SATURDAY MORN
ING at 7 o'clock, and Cambridge 7J o'clock for An- j
napelis and Baltimore.
Kjk-AII Baggage at risk of the owners. 319- tf j
yE.VMI.VEB LI Mil It.
70,0011 feet inch Oak, for Tobacco Boxes
30,000 do Cherry do do
50,000 feet Chair l'lank, (Albany)
70 000 " 5-4 N. 0. Flooring, (part worked) |
25,000 " 5-8 Albany Poplar.
To-cilier with a large and g"nr ral assnrtrmnt of)
LUMBER, such as Panel, common, so leci and com
mon Callings; Joiet=, Rafters, Scantling; Ash. Cher- j
ry and Maple Scantling; Bufon wood do; sawed nnd
split Laths; Shingles; Ark Logs and Car Sir ins, j
chc ry and poplar; hand mil Poplar; Scantling; Hern- j
lock Fencing; Y. P. Silling; in' h Poplar; Spruce Pino
Flooring; Weather Boarding, Ac. Ac.
Of?- Buyers are rrquesied to call before purchas
ing, as we are determined to sill on terms that will,
please. D. E. THBMAS U CO. j
seib im West Palls Avenue. ;
PRIf.SR LIVING KKTTLTCS AND FUR
NACES. A large suppplv of ENAMELLEDj
and BELL METAL PRESERVING KETTLES; at-1
so IRON & EARTHEN FURNACES—ou hand and j
for sale cheap by , .
ALFRED H. RE1P,330 Baltimorest
se3 2d tin store above Howard t.
additional evidence,
regarding thk extraordinary power* op
CHRISTIE'S
GALVAIII! IflA'B
BELTS, BRACELETS, HANDS,
AND MAGNETIC FLUID!
r I!"E following testimonials are, for the firg
" lime, presented to tin; public, They have be
rice red during th past few da., s. It b unnecessary
to si Iff a single word other than to requorrt their can
did perusal. The first is from a clerryinao welt
i known, and of high attainments and reotrtaiion. A
case of r
RHEUMATISM, BRONCHITIS SI DYSPEPSIA.
n. a >. '' Sl "V,New Jersep, July 13. 184#.
A. H. Christie— Dear Doctor: I promised to
communicate with you respecting the effects of the
application of yonr Galvanic Hingis and Magnetic
Fl.lid in my own case. Tlie time is as yet 100 short
tojHstity my speaking positively in relation to the
peimaneney of my enre, bu' I can say that since the
appjlcatton of yonr Bracelets to my wrists and of the
Band to my r>ec!t, the whole series of my nervous
complaints has been suspended. I suffered inaoh
from Chronic Rheumatism, Bronchitis and Dyspep
sia, and felt satisfied thai those disorders were ail
connected with each other through the Nervout Syi
ton. 3 have had none of the Dyspepsia whatever
since Bie application of your Rings, Re.; nothing
wonli mentioning at the Bronchitis, (for I have been,
entthled to resume the discharge of my pastoral do
ties of preaching and visiting, Re., much to the sur
I prise of n.y congregation,) asd h ive had hut a single
twinge or two of the Rheumatism. I have enjoyed
: so far, more per'ect exemption from those maladies
j distressing as they are, than it has been my lot to en
joy for years. 1 cannot be too grateful to God, who
! in his Providence directed to you. I cannot say with
J certainly when I shall be in New York again, but
j shall certainly lake the earliest opportunity of call
' nig on yon.
| "The immediate design of this letter is to procure
j some of the same kind of assistance for two of my
' people. Many of my congregation are affected with
I nervous disorders, and should my cure be permanent
many will be led to apply to you. I Irave the largos:
| country charge in the State, and my cure has tied rt
fied them (so to nptak) entirely."
(A detail of the cases alluded to fellows.)
"May God's blessing attend vnnr efforts In these
cases, my dear Doctor, and if you afford relief i>
these cases there will be avast number of u thorn
who will apply. Very truly, yours,
ROBERT W. LANDIS.
817-Tlie original letteriaay be seen at the Agency
! No. 182 Broadway.
HIP COMPLAINT.
Natv York, July 2In%IMS.
! This is to certify that for the past two years I haw
! been afflicted wrh the disea-e called the Hip Com
plaint, duiiug which lime ! was attended by Doctors
Carter and Watson, of ihis city, without receiving
any relief. The severity of the disease was su' h
thai I was obliged to give up my buiinesa, and t
have often lain several days without being ahlc ts
turn in my bed. M' dicine only made we worse and
I was daily getting more and mote helpless. Early
last winter I procured Doctor Christie's Galvanic
Belt, a pair of Bands and the Magnetic Fluid, and
font the time I commenced wearing ilicni I began te
improve in health, lam now stronger than I ever
was previous to my sickness, and am now so far re
covered thai I can suffer any fatigue, I would also
state, three months alter commencing the use of the
Galvanic Belt and Fluid, I framed the whole of the
limbers of a three start dwelling. I consider Dr.
Chris'ie's Galvanic and Magnetic leuicdies an inval
uable blessing, and have made the abnv: statement
voluntarily and as a matter of duty to the afflicted.
GEORGE GAITKB,
No. 190 Church rt., New York.
(if?- Messrs. Wells, Brownsnn & Co., the celebra-
I led Xylugraphic Printers, No. SB Gold street,N. York,
j i re well acquainted with the case of Mr. Guiles, and
permit their names to be used for further reference.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. >
Stale of New York, City of New York, ss. j
[L. B.] By this Public Is
Btrument lie it known to alt
ESju. w ''<im it doth or may in any
concern, Tiiat i JAMBS
"ILL, a Public Notary in
" VaFJIV .fast ♦. and for the State of N. York,
1 F by Letters Patent, under the
Gieat Seal of the said State,
duly'cnmmissioneri and swo n, dwelling in the city of
New York, do hereby certify, that'for about six yea*
j last past, I have been greivously afflicted with an In
j flatumaiory Chronic Rlieumatie affection, at time*
pervading the whole system, and putting the powers
of endurance to ilie most severe test, and canning a
heavy lax for medical advice and treatment, and a
mush larger tax upon my business and comfort until
I was induced by a friend who had found relief from
I the same source, to make a trial of Dr ChristikN
1 Galvanic Rinus and Maonstic Fluid, which I have
used less than two months, and am now entirely
free from pain, rigidity of cords or joints, and aai
quite well.
In testimony whereof, I have subscribed my name
and caused my notarial seal of office to be hereunto
affixed, this seventh day 01 July, 111 the year ®f our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-six.
JAMES 11. DILL
Notary Public, No. 98 Wall srt., N. Y,
SEVERE INJURY TO THE SPINE.
This will certify that for a number of years past !
have been in faebls health in consequence of having
had a severe fall in the hold of my vessel, which
sprained my back and seriously injured my spine.
I have consulted physicians and tried the Balsam of
Liverwi rt, HarsaparHla, and many other medicines,
and all lo no purpose. About a month ago I procar
ed Dr. Christie's Galvanic Beit and Magnetic Plaid,
and I have entirely recovered. I never expected u>
he well again, and thought I would have to give ap
coasting, but I now feel belter than I have for a num
ber of years past and am in every respect an altered
person. Nothing would induce mo to part with toy
Belt if I could not procure another
( c igned) MORRIS OSBORN.
Resid. nee No. 15 Monroe St., New York, and Mas
ter of the Norfolk packet schr. "Mary Jane."
NERVOUS TREMORS, Ac]
I hereby st ate, that for several months I have beea
constantly troubled with Nervous Tremors, affecting
me to such a degree that I was unable to hold a pen.
I had also a dixaine-s of the head, affecting me very
severely. Using a pair of Dr Christie's Galvanic
Kings, wiih the Magnetic Fluid, I found almost im
rnedia e relief, end all symptoms of my complaints
have now disappeared. I would farther state, that
having severely injured iny left hand by the accident
of a heavy iron boll falling on it, anil causing great
swelling and torture, I applied the Fluid, and ia two
day - every vestige of swelling and pain had dis&p
pear i. I believe Christie's articles a real blessing
to the world. (Signcu)
JOHN BOORHOOF,
137 Fulton striet, New York.
[ t!(J- It must be remembered that these results have
j been effected by CHRISTIE'd Galvanic Rings a*d
: Magnetic Fluid, whicti are the only genuine articles.
1 Therefore, llkware or CotiNTEßriiTs, and purchase
j of the onlv Agency in Baltimore, S.B. HA.NCE
1118 H M.TIMOBE STREET, and corner CHARLES
| and PRATT STS,
N.B. The above articles may be sent to any por
tion of the United States. A very liberal discount to
wholesale purooasers for places where tbero te no
I established Agent. Adilress
11. C. MOORFHEAD, Agent General
se3 for the U. States, 18-' Broadway, N. T.
SCARPA'S OIL,, FOR THEONRE OP HEAP
NESS, AND THE DISCHARGE OF MATTER
FROM THE EARS. We cut the following high!)
important intelligence from a newspaper printed ia
Lockpnrt, N. Y.
Messrs. Murray A Son are members of the society
of Friends, and ae well Known in the business coni
nihility.
"The undersigned, ngenls for Loekport, from per
sonal knowledge of its good effects, can recommend
the above article without hesitation. We have sold
| within the lest year about §"II woith; and in most
I cases it has proved beneficial. One case of twelve
| years standing, (the. wife of Joptha Bahcock,nf How
! ersct.) has h> rll entirely cured hy its use. If those
! interested will call on us. we will Iny before them
j what evidence v.e have of its remedial qiialties, and
then they can best judge whelhcr to nr. ,'t or not.
J. MURRAY h HON,
For sale by FF.TH S. HANCE, 'OB Baltimore st
ai'24 end cor. Chart, s and Pia;t-sts.
LHIH SALE.-A very liK.-ly BLACK GIRL, 19
R years of age, to serve 7 years. She is a first rale
| conk, w asher end irener, and can come highly recom
-1 mended. Also for sale, a Blac k Woman, 3d yearsof
age, a slave foi life— a gocd cook washer and ironer,
from the country, and can rorne well recommended
I Also for sale, a Black Man. 85 years of age, to serve 4
I years Irom next January . Also, a Black Boy, 14 years
| of age, to serve about 19 years. All of these servant*
I can come well renrmenrb-d. Apply to
L. F. HCOTTI'B old established
ie2l Intelligence office, 10 Exchange Place.
PRINTING PAPER—I 299 reams Priating
Paper, from 19x64, 20 lbs to 50 lbs per ream.
I received and for sale by TURNER Si MUDGE,
' 9e2l No. 3 South Charles st,.

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