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TIU'R 'DAY MORNING, DEC. 31 1846.
' GOVERNOR 1 ! MESSAG*. We published ii
yesterday's paper, so full an abstract ol lim
ducu wiit, n to render ii unnecessary to insert
it in i xloiiso. The most important portion ol
(he'messago'is that which relates to the fmari
eiai condition of the SUte, which is represent'
ed'tis prosperous beyond our anticipations; th
Tecoiptsof the year having been $#18,162
whilst the whole current expenditures, includ
ing interest on the State debt, aro given at
$861,821. This would leave a surplus ol
$06,631. If, as is proposed in the message, the
interest due bo funded on tlin lirst of July next,
to tlio amount of $ 1,200 000, tiro above sur
plus will nearly pay the interest which will
thus accrue on the newly funded debt, at the
rate ol six per cent—a rate of interost which
justice demands should bo adapted—for the
State has no right to compel any creditor to re
ceive less than legal interost upon iris debt.—
It will be thus seen, that the present laws pro
vide ample revenue to authorize the legislature
to fix a day for the resumption of payment;
and wo hope that there will be no further de
lay upon this subject. For this happy result
Governor Pratt deserves groat credit; for it is
by bis independence and firmness, mainly, that
the Stale is placed in its present prosperous
condition. Ho pointed, with a fearless hand,
to sources uf revenue which were considered
by many of bis political friends, as of doubtful
propriety, and of course lie did not escape cen
sure lor the boldness of hts recommendations.
Happily lie was sustained by the intelligent
and indefatigable chairman of the committee
of ways and means, (John Johnson, Esq.) and,
as a consequence, wo have now a fair prospect
of seeing old Maryland resuming her station
among the honorable States of the Union.
Wo think that it may be safely calculated,
that the revenue tor tlio ensuing year, w ill ex
ceed that of the past, as we have no donbt
there will be u considerable iucrcnse of re
ceipts from works of internal improve
ment: so that payment being once resumed,
we shall have no apprehension that suspension
will again become necessary. Whilst the peo
ple of the State aro thus engaged in sustaining
the public faith, they will have the consolation
to know, that, by the operation of the sinking
fund, (lie principal of the debt is being rapidly
liquidated—and that the whslo amount will be
discharged in about thirty years. We con
gratulate our fellow citizens on the brightened
prospects of the State, and upon the death blew
which has been given to repudiation.
"Oi.i> AND WELL TRIED FRIENDS." WC
might well be excused for not submitting to be
catechised b\ uuanonymous Washington corres
pondent, although he approaches us under the
guise of one of our "old and well-tried friends,"
but as the burthen of ins communication is our
inconsistency, wc tin k proper to let him be
heaul. lie says:
"Youi inconsistency lies in this: that for
years you have condemcd the thirst for increas
ed territory stimulated by the Democrats; you
warmly opposed the annexation of Texas as
wrong; you feared (and as since shewn, right
ly i that it would load to luither invasions of J
foreign Letritory, and you have judged the
country tuo young for the indulgeuco of a
grasping spirit and policy. JVoie you applaud j
tho President for commencing a war with- ]
cnt first being authorized in the lawful and
constitutional way, and you sweepingly con
demn all inquiry into the causes of this Execu-;
tive war thus unconstitutionally set on loot, as :
Unpatriotic and unjustifiable.
"Your 'statement of facts'is thus easily used
up. Either tho claim of Texas to all the ler- j
ritory East of the llio Grande from soureo to
mouth, and West of the Nueces, was good, or
it was not. If it was GOOD, then, why did the I
President send Gen. Kearney to capture the
province of Now Mexico, with its capital, San
ta Fe, and why did tho message announce this
capture of a territory already Texian, and
th. irefure American, as a new conquest?
"If the claim of Texas was BAD, then tho
commencement of the war by tho orders of the
President to occupy the valley of tho llio
Grande was unjustifiable towards Mexico as
well as unconstitutional towards the United
States, and tlio Pre ident must be adjudged
guilty of originating an unjust war, and this
unjust war you would liavo our country vigor-1
ously to piosecute."
That wo opposed the annexation of Texas,
and argued against the encouragement ofa dis- j
position to grasp teriilory, is certainly true;
and it is equally true, that we havo never
changed our sentiments upon these points .
Wo believe now, as we have believed hereto-j
fore, that the annexation of'Tc-xas was an un
wise stop, calculated to bring the coentiy into ,
difficulty. Hut the deed has been done. Tex
as has become a State of the Union; and all ar-;
gumcnts based upon the impolicy of its admis
sion, would be clearly now inapplicable.—
Could wc have kept her out of tlio Unien, we
should have done so; but, being once admitted,;
she is as much entitled to the protection of the
general government as any other State. So
much on that point.
The next objection to our course is, that we ,
justify the President for commencing a
war without constitutional authority. We
deny that we have justified any such act, or
that any such act has been committed. Con-;
gress lias solemnly declared, that the war was
produced by Mexico, and not by the President;
and men and money were voted to enablo him
to prosecute it. But suppose, that, by an im
proper movement en the part of the President,
ivar had been produced; would the writer have
■s desert our country and support the enemy?;
If be be really a patriot, be could give no such
advice; and, if given, it most assuredly would
net he taken. There is this slight difference
between the writer and ourselves. What lie
cells "an Executive war," we regard as a na
tional war, and hence we consider all that may
be written, spoken or done, which ean enceur
age the enemy to persevere in hostilities, as
but of place end injurious to the country.
The writer next proceeds to dispose vf 'ju;
I "stdteinenl of liict=," heretofore tarnished in
' reply to a firmer article—and ho assorts that
they are "e isily used up;" but in this '.ve np
■ prehend lie will find himself somewhat tni-la
j ken Notwithstanding tho assumption, by
Texas, of a boundary lino fro :i the mouth to
n tho source ol the R o Grande, (includ lig San
la Fa, kc ,) that boundary has never been lo
rt j cognized by the United States. Certain por
)t-, lions of the line have been recognized; but tho
! i United States, in the act ndinitiing Texas as a
! 1 State, lias expressly reserved the right to settle
' the boundary ii no with Mexico. I exas never
, ; exorcised any authority in New Mexico. It
l_ 1 was notoriously under the government of Mex
i ieo. and in the possession of Mexicans; and it
j- was therefore just and propar that it should bo
attacked and taken. Wo have no doubt that
t I now that it lias been conquered, Texas would
gladly embrace it w ithin her limits; but we
II hope that it may not bo thus or otherwise an
j nexed to tho United States Permanent an
l( | nexatien does not ncceasarily follow the estab
lishment of a temporary government, and wc
presume, that, on tho conclusion of peace, this
territory will be restored to Mexico. Indeed,
wc hope that not a foot of tho Mexican empire
will bo retained by virtue of conquest.
We cannot see wherein wo have been guilty
' of any inconsistency by urging a vigorous pro
secution ofthn v/ar —on the contrary, from the
moment when tho first blow was struck, we
havo uniformly urged the necessity of carry
ing on tlio war with tho utmost vigor, as the
H
surest means oi obtaining a speedy peace.—
I I And, whether the boundary claim of Texas be
I good or bad—or the Presiuent guilty or inno
cent of "originating an unjust war," our ad
vice would be tho same; for, whenever we are
I engaged in hostilities with a foreign power, we
shall, wo trust, be always found on the side of
our country.
I The writer will see, from what wc have said,
! that there is r.o necessity to publish the balance
of Ins communication, embracing an extract
from a Texan paper, which lias appeared in
various papers. Wo havo no expectation that
, we can please every body, and shall, therefore,
shape our course to please ourselves. If we
have spoken too favorably of tho President's
message, to suit the taste of some persons, we
| liavo at least uttered our honest sentiments,
and hence are the more regardless of censure.
We hopo that we have satisfied the writer
that we havo preserved a consistent course; but
. if we have failed, wo ms.-t be content with hav
ing satisfied ourselves.
LETTER FROM SANTA ANNA. The editor of
the Courier des Flats Unislias been shown two
letters from Mexico, one of which is from San"
ta Anna and the other lroni Almonte to a '
friend in New York. The former writes from 1
Saint Luis de Potosi on the 24th Nov., and is
i a contradiction of the report that he had gone
to Victoria. He had no such intention, arid
scorns to have made up his mind with firmness j
and prudence. He says, "I believe firmly the 1
probability of success is with us, (Mexicans,)" j
, and his whole letter boars the mark of dignity 1
and patriotism . He expresses his determina
tion not to end the war but with honor to his
country. Not otherwise important, the letter !
is curious, as it was written fur a privato eye
and not to be published.
I COLONEL OF THE BALTIMORE H ATTALION.
A letter received in this city on Tuesday night,
1 from Capt. Kenly, of tho Baltimore Battalion, i
• at Monterey, Mexico, stales that a meeting of j
; the officers of the Battalion had been held, and
) had recommended the appointment to Gene
: ral Taylor, of Major B. Buchanan, of the 4th
; Regiment U. S. Infantry, as Lieut. Colonel,
vice Col. Watson. Major Buchanan i 6 ana
' tive of Baltimore, and a gallant soldier.
ARRIVAL OF THE SARATOGA. We learn
from the Norfolk Herald and B. aeon slips,
that the U. S. ship Saratoga, Corn. Sliubrick,
arrived at Norfolk on Tuesday, in lil'ty-four
days from Rio Janeiro. Among her passen
gers are, Mr. Elins Van Rossen, of tho brig
Brazil, late of this city, which lias boon sold
at Rio, and several invalid seamon from tho
American squadron at Rio. The Saratoga
encountered a violent gale oft' Capo Horn, and
had all her sails split into ribbons.
THE COVENANT —a Monthly Magazine, de
voted to Odd Fellowship and General Litera
ture. Wo hive received the January number
(being the first of vol. 6,) from the publisher,
Mrs. Catharine NeiLon. We observe that the
llev. Win. K. Doan has been associated with
i the Rev- Albert Case, D. G. Sire, in the edit -
' ing of this work. This nutnhor contains a good
! representation of tlio O Id Fellows' Hall in this
city. We have not leisure to examine tlio
' contents of the number.
FROM TIIB ARMT. We have seen a letter
says the Argus, fruin Major General Pattersen )
i dated Camargo, 291h November, stating that
Mr. Mills hud arrived at Camargo, on his way
to Monterey, on the holy mission of bringing
to the United States the remains of the lament
ad Watson and Ridgely. Gen. Patterson says I
| that he has given orders to the United States,
Quartermaster, to furnish Mr. Mills with eve.
ry facility and transportation. Tho citizens op
Baltimore and Maryland feel profound grati
lede to tiie gallant General for his considerate
i kiedness and sympathy.
VERDICT IN THE VAN NESS CASE. This j
! protracted trial was brought to a close yester
day, as will be seen by our Washington letter, '
1 by the jury, under the instructions of the I
Court, giving a verdict against the claims of j
the widow. It will probably betaken up to j
the Supreme Court.
THE W. S. MILITARY FORCE IN MEXICO.—'
i According to an official account of tho present
condition of the Army, it appears that our mil
itary force in Mexico amounts to 8,413 regu
lars, and 16,5 11 volunteers I'i all 24,984. —
i The number under Gen. Taylor, 15,332j under
Gen. Wool, 2,66o;arid under Gon. Kearney, 1
3,992
11 NORTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS. Gen.
t Louis I). Wilson, a State Senator from
I Kdjjncomb county, has raised a company oi
| volunteers ti>r Mexico. At Raleigh, on Sat
" urilay, the two regiments for that county as-
I semhled, hut on calling the roll only litteer
' men volunteered to go.
j VOLUNTEERED. Thompson Mason, Ks<|,
I late a citizen and a memlx'r of the llagors
" town liar, has, as we learn from the paprs.
' joined the Virginia regiment of \ olunteers.
STABBED. Mr. \V. T. Sharp, of Kirh
' J inond, Va., was dangerously stabbed on Mon
r day night, liy K. llazzarao.
t i } }
TIIE SOUTHERN MAIL. NO mail sjutli
II of Montgomery, Ala., last night.
11 1 UNION ENCAMPMENT. A proposition has
1 been started in Elkton, Mil, and a committee
' ; of military officers appointed to carry the same
j into execution, for a Grand Union Encamp
" j ment of the volunteers of tbo two cities of
' : Philadelphia and Baltimore, the State of Del
j aware, and the Eastern Shore of Maryland,
'iand such other companies of the adjoining
' i Stutes, as may bo diposcd to unite in the same,
' tto bo held at or near tho town of Elkton, to
! | commence on Tuesday, ttyfcilßth day of May
next.
I ' " * '
; PROVISION FOR THE SOLDIERS. The Ohio
Legislature has inado a motion towards mak
! ing provision for the soldiers in Mexico. The
! Senate has passed a resolution instructing their
Senators in Congress to vote ill favor of a law
giving to each American soldier who has been
or who may be engaged in the Mexican war,
160 acres of laud and slid per month, and pen
sions to widows of those who tuny die in said
service
HON. J. Q. ADAMS. WO regret to learn from
. the Boston Emancipator, that this venerable
patriot and philanthropist, in Ins eager zeal to
get well enough to go to Washington, tried
his strength too far, and full while walking h s
chamber, bruising. Ins person somewhat. 11 :s
physician has forbidden him to think of going
to Washington this winter.
A HEARTLESS WRETCH. A young man in
Sabine, Texas, named Slaughter, a few weeks
since killed one of his brothers, and then at
-1 tacked and wounded three other brothers and
a young man who was on a visit to tho family.
MURDERED. It is believed that the aid-de
' camp of Gen. Shields and the express rider of
; Gen. Taylor hare boon murdered on the route
j from Camargoto Monterey.
PETRIFIED HUMAN BONES. A short time
' ago, some workmen, while digging a well in
Giorgia, near the Florida line, found, about
30 feet from the surface, a human body cum
j plctely turned to chalk.
CITY INTELLIGENCE,
i The remains of Lieut. Cochrane. A commit*
Ko ol five gentlemen, one of them a brother of
j the gallant deceased, arrived in this city yes
, terday morning, for the purposo of conveying
| the remains of Lieut. Cochrane to Columbia,
Pa., his native place. They will leave this
i morning at 9 o'clock in the cars by the way of
I York, and will ho escorted to the depot by the
| Junior Artillerists, Capt. McDowell, the Eagle
' Aitillerists, Lieut. Col. Kane, and deputations
] from other companies. We understand that
j the military of York, wilt receive the remains
with all due honors, on the arrival of the cars.
As there has been no minute account of the
manner in which Lieut. Cochrane teceived his
death published, and it will probably he inter
esting at this time, wo make the following ex
j tract from a letter written by G. V. H.dlor, at
I Matamoras, to Thomas E Cochrane, E-q , of
I York, Pa., in which full details are given.—
The letter says, "We were marching towards
our Fort, (on tho 9th of May,) opposite Mata
moras. The 4th Infantry penetrated the chap
peial on the right of tho road as it advanced;
its last orders wore—"charge tho battery."—
The party of about 30, to which Lieut. Coch
rane belonged, charged across the Resaca (wa
tering place,) and captured tho cannon. Their
direction then lay towards the road, but the en
emy presented themselves in force and seemed
resolved to force then, hack and recover their
artillery. The enemy at length retired, and a
small parly of our men—not ever a dozen— ,
entered tho open space, in which was deposited
all the subsistence, stores and baggage of the
Mexican army. The enemy hastily disappear
ed, and the American band rushed out on the '
road, when they were repeatedly charged by
the Lancers. They were enabled to cope with
llio superior numbers of the enemy's Lancers,
by rustling into the chnpperal at their charge,
and tiring upon them as they passed. The
bursts generally recoiled lirnui tho fire, and
rusheci thiough tho opposite thickets. In one
of these sudden charges, Lieut. Cochrane un
fortunately concealed himself in the chapporal
on the opposite side, and when at tiie fire of
the Americans, the Mexicans dashed through !
the thicket close by him, the unerring thrusts j
of their practised Lanoers, cut short his glori
ous career. He was stabbed with the lance
in a number of places, and also shot, either of j
which wounds would have proved mortal." I
Splendid Building. Wo porceive that the [
large and splendid building, erected by Mr. \
Lee, on the south-east corner of Buiti- j
more and Calvert stroets, is rapidly advancing
towards completion. The unsightly scaffold
ing has been removed and tho side pavements
are being put down, a vas' improvinent to its
outward appearance. When finally finished, !
it will be one of the most beautiful and sub- ]
stantial buildings of the kind in Baltimo/E.
The "Stockton Artillerists " This fine co-ps |
I from Maueh Chunck, Pa., under Capl. Mil
ler, whose arrival we noticed yesterday morn
ing, stopped at the "National" and "Commer
cial" Hotels, Pratt street, and proceeded in tho
early train of cars for Cumberland, en rente for
Pittsburg, to join their regiment.
Case for Courf. Officer Small yesterday ar
j rested George B Marlin, charged with as
, saulting and beating Charles W. Beach. Mar- j
j tin was also held under a warrant to keep tho j
j peace towards his brother. Justice Wright j
' committed him to appear at court.
| A Smash. A four horso wagon was run in- J
|to yesterday morning by a burthen car, in!
J Pratt street, near Chcapside, and broken to j
I pieces. One of* the horses was knocked down, |
and quito seriously hurt. The accident is
j wholly attributable to the culpable carelessness
ol the driver of the car. who could have avoid- j
' ed the collision if he had endeavored to do so. J
I Improving. We aro-pleasod to learn, that;
Mr. Hiram Cranston, ot the Kutaw House, was
considered yesterday to be slightly mending, j
and that the hopes of Ids recovery are better, j
j A gradual improvement appears to be tukingj
place, which we sincerely hope will restore
him to his friends and family again.
l # 1 Grand Ball OP TIIK I. O. K. W. THRC grand ball i
q the Great Council of the I. (>. K. M. of the Stat" of Ma
jp ryland, will Ix iyi v?n this • vening at "Washington
Hall." The room has been titled up i• a style oi' tin
Mi r passed inagniiiocnco and novelty, embracing M'om'H
drawn fr n the natural character of the Red Men,
which cannot fail pleasing as well as in.-truotiug all
who may he present. 'l'hc Hod Men in their warliK--
dresses, the Indian w ml the chief standing b<
;' neath the brant lies of tint tately oak. the war diui'-es,
and peculiar way*, will all be exhibited in a manner
which can not fail giving entire satisfaction to all. An
additional interest w ill be given the ball by the display
of relics—boats, puddles, war-clubs, arrow:), calumets,
likenesses, fite., which will !•< conspicuously pla< ed in
the room. Every thing that can conduce to pleasure,
or interest the company will hi r fleeted, and we feel
confident that none will regret being present. Mnr
ray's band w ill be present, and the floor will be under
the charge of Messrs. Spies and Phillips.
s , lIotLMA y-st. Tiik vtre —Benefit of Mr. William H.
e Blake. This accomplished gentleman and highly ta
e lented actor, takes his first benefit in Baltimore at the
Hollidny-st. Theatre this evening. Il< will appear in
two admired pieces suited to Ids best style—••Old
Heads and Young Hearts" and '•Grandfather White
- bead." In the first piece lie personates Jesse Rural,
in which character he has no equal. Mr. Blake is one
of Baltimore's decided favorites; and during his visits
r to this city he has formed many warm and adijiiring
• friends. We hope to *•-•• th" -'Old Drury" crowded to
i overflowing, with the most fashionable audience seen
there this season. Mr. Blake will be supported by the
best actors in Mr. Marshall's company; and in addition
to which. Madam Augusta and Ms'lle Hinder will also
* appear during the evening.
The Mi'secm—■ -The Orphean Family. Anotlcr eon-
J ci rt by these celebrated vocalists will take place at the
r Saloon ofthe Museum this evening. A new and varied
- selection ol music will be given. The entertainments
t will conclude with the am using comedy of the'•Vil
lage Doctor." in the course of the evening Miss Val
lee will appear in a favorite dance.
Tot. RaKMi'.s I.F- 'f'HK. We have been requested
to say that in consequence of ('ol. Baker tint hi ing able
to leave Washington as soon as expected, the lecture
advertised to he delivered by him, this i wiling, Wilj
, not take place. Due notice will be given of the time.
i Nkvv BOOKS. The January number of The C'ove-
I tiant, dexotcd to Odd Fellowship, litis been placed on
our desk- It is published by Mrs. t'utliarine .Wilson,
and em, tains a 11 and some representation ofthe odd
fellows' Hall, Ga> street.
Cr/' A CARD. SECOND IIA.M) FURNITURE
AT AUCTION. The public are respectfully invited
to our sale of good and well kpt FURNITURE, to
take place THIS M( MINING, 31>t iiisl., at 10 o'clock,
at No. 1J LLOYD STREET.
For particulars, see advt rtisemenf.
1 it THOMPSON & Gt)VTBI, Auct'M.
{!;>• GRAND TEMPLE OF HONOR, STAFF, OF
MAR\ LAND, Baltimore, Dec. 111, 1810. An adjourn
ed meeting of the Grand Temple of Honor will be held
THIS , Thursday) EVENING, 31st inst., at *>; o'clock,
at Siloain Hull, Harrison street. Members are. earn
estly requested to be punctual in their attendance.
Those branch Temples that have not sent in their
quarteriv returns, will please mml them in. Bv order,
It * JOSEPH H. WEATHERS, G. W. B.
gteZ y .SOUTHERN DISPENSARY. A meeting
of the I'ontrihutors of the SOUTHERN
DISPENSARY will lie held in the Lecture Room of
Dr. Haunter's Church, Hanover street, on MONDAY
EVENING, 4tli Jan., at 7 o'clock. [e] d3l-4t
I'lli: SECOND ANNUAL SACRED CON
CERT. The undersigned would most re.-|Hctlully in
form the benevolent public that their second Annual
Sacrod Concert, for the benefit of the Home Mission
ary'Societv, will he held on NEW YEAR'S EVEN
ING. 1817'. at 7 o'clock, in FAYETTE STREET IWE
TIIoDIST CHURCH, under the direction of Profe^-.
sor T. Shaw; and as some of the best singers in the
city have kindly volunteered their assistance for the
occasion, they flatter themselves thai it will he one of
the best of the season. See Programme at. the door on
the evening of the Concert.
Tickets to he had at the 'book stores of 1. P. Cook,
Armstrong &. Berry, and at the door on the evening of
the performance. A. BRENNER,
J. BARLOW,
T. WILLIS,
d3i)-3t # JESSE 11. M AGRCDER. J
(Kjf-CONSUMPTION. There is, perhaps, no dis
ease with which our country is affected, which sweeps
oir annually so many victims, as that fell destroyer of
tlie human race—Consumption. What a vast amount
of suffering might be saved the human family if they
would but avail themselves in season of the remedies
which nature has provided for her children, and which 1
science has reduced to such a form as to be within the
reach of all. fc' ar he it from us to tamper with those
who are suffering with this painful disease. In off. ring
you a remedy, we do not ask you to rely upon the re
presentation of those who might he actuated by selfish
and pecuniary motives, hut we give you the most de
liberate testimony of some of the most respectable Phy
sicians, that Wistar's Balsam ok Wild Chkrry hits
established for itself a reputation that cannot he assail
ed. Dr. Wm. A. Shaw, of Washington I),. (\, writes
under date of May I, 1840, us follows:
••1 have heard of many cases of decided beneficial
effects from its use, especially in Astlnna and chronic
cough of spasmodic character. I have used the Wild
Cherry a great deal in practice, and with marked good
results in those cases of great nervous mobility, ami ir
ritability, to which phthisical patients are subject. 1
have no doubt it C the best form in which the effects of
PrusHO acid may he had as a sedative on the constitu
tion without danger to the patient. Every one knows
the reputation of the Turpentine and Balsam constitu
ents in protracted coughs. The combination of these
principles in Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry is inge
nious and judicious.
Medical lm n are justly distrustful of Patent Medi
cines in general, but candor must disetiniiiiate between
outrageous humbugs and nostrums and those medicines
which have proved and in man) well attested
cases curative. <>n hand and for sale by i
E. 11. STABLER & CO., I*2o W. Pratt st.
Also, by Geo. \V. Jones, coy. Baltimore and Jligli-sts.;
Set.h S. Dance, Baltimore and Pratt stn < L; Smith
Atkinson, *3BB Baltimore st.; Citnhy & Bartlet, corner
Lombard and Light sts; J. F. Perkins Brother,corner
Green and Franklin streets; Joseph B. Stansbitry, 01
Thames st; Dr. E. H. Perkins, corner Baltimore and
Green streets; George 11. Keeil, No. 333 Baltimore st.;
arid N. N. Robinson,sß North Gay street. (138 1 w
i SCHOOL EXHIBITION. An cx
j hibition ofthe Scholars attached to the Sabbath Schools
of tile Methodist E. Church, Fayette street Station,
will take place in the Church on MONDAY EVEN
ING, 4th January, at 7 o'clock,
j The exercises will consist of Speeches, Dialogues,
| Catechism, Singing, Sic., by the children.
Tickets 13' cents—to he had of the officer) and
' Tt aehers of the Schools and at the door on the even-
I ing of meeting. d3o-8t
I d:j- FRENCH AND GERMAN LOOKING GL ASS
j PLATES, of every fine, for sale liy the ease, dozen, or
single Plate.
i ALSO, the most complete and largest assortment of
Mahogany FRAMES to he found in the city.
I Gilt Portrait and Picture FRAMES, of entirely now
j patterns, never before introduced in lialtimore, made to
I order of the very best materials and by the best work
j men; together with Gilt Box CO UNICES: RODS;
i RINGS; CENTRES; CURTAIN BANDS, he.. &c:, for
I sale ami made to order, as cheap aa they can be obtain
ed at aav establishment in the United States.
E. S. FRYER,
deil-tf No. 1 North Gay street'
invite the attention of tile public to the cer
tificates of a cure performed by Dr. CULLKN'S IN
DIAN VLGKTA BLE PANACEA, which certainly goes
ahead of any heretofore published. The High standing
of the gentlemen whose names arc given ns having wit
ftesscd tliis cure, precludes the possibility of imposition.
! There is a large number of persons now taking their
I medicines in this city, whose residence will he given by
applying to the Agents, whose names will be found at
tached to the certificates. delid
CO- CITIZENS AND STRANGERS who wish to
j purchase Fine Gold anil Silver WATCHES; Gold
| Guard and Fob CHAINS; Silver Spoons, Gold Pencil
; Cases; Breast pins; Ear-rings; Silver Mated Cake BAS
KETS; Britannia Ware; are invited to examine GAB
KIEL 1). CLARK'S assortment, which is complete,
I at his Old Established Store, Water-street, ild door from
j Culvert. de-J2
HAMS! HAMS!! HAMS!!!
; E have now ready for sale a parcel of our best
[ Tt new sugar-cured bacon HAMS, to wfiich the
; attention of our customers, conmi.eurs and others are
: politely invited. We also have very nice smoked and
j packed BEEF TONGUES, smoked Beef, Bacon and
Lard, Beef and Pork packed both for the American and
| European markets—ail of which we offer for sale at
' moderate prices.
VAN BRUNT 5t ADAMS,
j Lexington st., opposite the
iLCtiill Market House.
NKYV PEIIFUMKRY STOHRI
k l<>ui si: it co ~
dm x iJh\ -I ( • TiJn krs/ v/> ran TEH s QJ'
I'ttßFl/MEKY AM; FANCY HOAI'S,
A). 7:4 H.'LTIMOIU; ST., ucst of (Ml' ST.
Fj. iy C 0., iii introdikiii!; then Elegancies fox
© the Toilet to tlio notice of ladies and
iin'n, would be sorry lo say .more in favor ot'their ar
ticles limn what they are com', lent a fair trial will ju. f
ly entitle tlic mto. Aftri a .series of experiment am
years oi ]n< i:iic<il i vjierienee, holb in Europe and Aine
riea, they flatter themselves they are nabled to pro
iluce article- in their line, equal to any in the country
as they hrinii tin in out they will simply state their util
it)*, without the aid of hilsouie put! or panegyric •
F. 1.01 ISK 4 t CO.'S
It E A li BE A It ' S (r K E A H E .
Tins article is purely what it is represented, beini
ohtainecl by J\ L. & CO. from two Beaks receiUh
Killed in thiH city. In Europe the gkntink article lia"
formony years Keen univerMillv admired, and acknow
longed to he the BKST for tlm HAIR. Us virtues an
pre-eminently displayed m the following respects, tin
opinion, word for word, of a celebrated F.nzlish Client-
U and i'erfumer: "it gives a vigor to the HAIK whict
soon prodnecs an inimitable curl, and prevents its fall
ing out either in exercise or damp atmosphere. Tt is
paramount to any thing over discovered for preventing
the hair falling off, or hueoming grey to the latest peri
od of life, and by bracing the pores of the bead
strengthens the weakest hair, and produces a luxuriant
gowth on the baldest places. It exceeding!v promotes
tin* growth of
EYE BROWrf, WHISKERS & MUSTACHIOS.
I o children's hair the effect is singularly beneficial and
perfectly innoxious, even to the vonngest infant. It
ERADICATES THE DANDRUFF easier and safer
than combs, &<•." For sale UNEY as alwive. in jars,
highly perfumed.
REAL OLD BROAVN WINDSOR SOAP!
TV TOR TED I) HI ECT.fX)
K V F . li Oi;I S K <Sk <o.,
FROM JOHN COSNELL fc CO.,
PKRPt'XtknS TO II Kit MAJF.STY, QI.'KEN VICTORIA,
No. 19 Three Kin gs' Court, Lombard street, l.ovdnn.
It is freed from all harsh or breaking qualities, and by
being formed of tile most Innoci-nt and emollient in
gredients, will In- found di-serving the patronage of all
who wish an artiele of rein and deserving excellence.
It bestows a sinooihuess of snrfaee. tind a delicacy of
complexion almost unparalleled in the annals of per
-onal improvement; in regard to durability, will last
'l.re,- times as low* as most soaps in common iu>, nor
does ebonite of climate in the least diminish its native
virtues.
i-'. LOUISE & CO.'S
POHADE 1)1 VIK E !
A CERTAIN ANII QUICK < 'CUE
FOR CIMPI'KD IMNDS,.IRMS Oil F.K'F.,
uid for restoring the skin-to its natural softness, how
•ver rotiah it may lie from the scverUy of the smother,
■mated by the influence of the sun, or injured by oilier
aus' s. For sale fIM.Y as above.
AKOMATIC CACIIOU,
or toying a pleasant flavor to the breath alter smoking.
Ir.-nkin, or taking inedieine. tin and ,'ii eta. per box.
F. LOUISE N UO.-S
Rlcgant Treble Distilled LAVENDER W ATER; snpe
•ior EI.ORIIIA WATER: lluir, Tooth and Nail
BRUSHES.
). Lot ISE N t'O.'S Rose, Magnolia, and other
P.'rliinios for the Handkerchief. dill eolfr
A PCI'ION Jf \!t:; OAS.
A*. WILL OI'EN THIS DAY—
A LARGE LOT OF GOODgi, BOUGHT AT TKUS-
I'KK'rf SALE, A\|i WILL HE SOLI) AT 50 I'ER
'ENT. LESS THAN FORMER I'RIUES.
FOR I.JIDIES —One of the largest Stocks of Dress
■H LK, entirely new, and very rich, ever offered in this
•ity; Rich black Mantilla SIi.KS, plain iig'd and satin
itnp'dj now stylo French CASHMERES, Mous do
f,aim's; new style Uaslnnere ROUES; high colored
I'artan I'LAIDS, entirely new; nexv style OING
iI.VMS, superior ijuality; rich white Damask SILK,for
•veiling dieses; Embroidered ROUES, in white and
•olours; Tarlatou ROBES, Swiss Jaconet, Tarlatons.
Hook, Indian Rook MUSLINS.
(Kf-sil.l It'LS—SlMHLS. —Embroidered Uaiiton
'RAPE; Freiieti Cashmere; Terkeria I'rinted, very
ieb; ricii Silk, embroidered Casluncre; Savour Net
■ill AWLS.
Terkeria SCARES, SILK do
Scarlet and fancy eol'd Crape SCARES
I Cartoon extra fine Thread Edgings and Laces
I Do Swiss Insertieas and Edema*, very line
French Needle Work COLLARS and inside do.
'nils. Sleeves, Ste.
fXf-I'OR GENTLEMEN. —Superior Hlack, Blue,
tlive, Ilrown, Go-en, Drab, Freneli, English and Do
nestie CLOTHS, from Sh to 0; sup. Black and Flin
ty Cassimeres, ali prices; sup. cnihrn'd Satin, Plain
<aliii, Velvet, Cashmere and Silk A'ESTING; a full
toek off,'loves, ILlk's, Cravats, Hoiserv, Under-shirts,
Jrawer-, Jke., t.".
LISF.N (iuOi). S - Linen Cambric MIKES., all pri
es; Rich Embroidered and Revere Bordered Linen
ainbrie lIDKES; Irish LINEN; Linen SHEETING;
>nniask Table CLOTHS and Table Damask; Bird Eye
nid Huckaback DIAPERS; Damask Napkins; Scotch !
IOIJLUNS, Brown tlo., while do., &e.
DOMESTIC GOODS—'Bleached and Brown DO-'
AKSTIUS, all kinds; PRINTS of ...ry vmloj „0,1
a i"e; S ATTINETTS, all prices, very cheap; OSNA- ]
IIJKGS; C.'OTTONS; heavy fulled CLIJTH, tor ser- j
■ants wear, Sec., fitc.
Merchants visitim; Baltimore are respectfully invited
o call and examine my STOCK; they will liud many j
hoiee and desirable Goods, which are not kept in EX- J
■LI SI V E Jobbing Stores. Prices as low as any house
n the city. J. EDWARD BIRD, !
No. Baltimore-st.
dill between Light luid Chnrlce. j
PO U Pill L A DELPII i A.
I'VVICE A DAY BY KAIL ROAD—BOTH TRAINS
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
i- - - -a \A—|Tl ' rh '' MfiRNING
;?k-ja:il Qe - ''jp I'ltAIN leaves the
--HrxgP*"Saw I icon). Pratt street,
iaily (except Sundays.) at U o'clock.
(SJ -The EVENING TRAIN, leaves daily at 8 o'clock,
ftuturiiing the trains leave corner of lltli and Market
■treet, Philadelphia, at H o'clock, A. M., daily (except
Sundays) and 1 o'clock, P. M. daily. I
<l3l A. CRAWFORD, Agent, j
M 1)1 IRIAN STREET NOTICE. Notice is
hereby given, that application will be made to the !
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, at the next scs
donof the City Council, for opening Gravel Alley, from
Franklin struct to Centre street, as defined on the plal !
if cession deposited in the City Register's office, to the
rity boundary. d3l-law9t* j
dp- A (MllilEß PIGEON UISL A
blue Carrier Pigeon, with a white spot on the
hack of its neck, and the left wing clipped,
escaped from a cage on Tuesday morning last.
A liberal reward will be given if returned to the owner.
iIM-'lt ALFRED 11. IIEIP.
SILVER VI IRE, PINE GOLD JEWEL
RY, PLATED WARE. See.
\Eli~ VE.H R' S PRESENTS.
A E. AVAUNEK. No. 11l N. GAY STREET,
.'xL o Mamilheturer and Dealer, has in store an as
sortment of fine Gold JEWELRY, SILVER WARE,
PLATED WARE, tee., suitable for presents, and on
such terms as will not fail lo please.
V. B. A handsome lot of Silver CARD CASES, just
opened. (f3U-3t ■
OHN LECTURES ON THE USES OF THE
J*) LUNGS, and Causes, Preventive and Cure of
CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, and Diseases of the
HEART; On the Laws of Longevity, and on the mode
of preserving Male and Female Health to an Hundred
years, with 4S ILLUSTRATIONS.
By S ui'i, S. FITCH,R M-, AI. D., New York.
For sale by WILLIAM TAYLOR,
dV3t North street, j
ROGERS' DIAMOND CUUEVT—For
mending Glass, China, Lamp Shades, Mantle Or -
nancnn, &e., so that the break is scarcely perceptible
and as strong as before broken. For sale only by C. P.
ROGERS, Druggist, corner Howard and Marion, and
corner of Howard and Madison, and corner of Paea
and Little Green streets.
Dip Price 'J > cents. de !fl 1 w-jel'2-ly
MOW AND SPK-VDID VARIES V OF FAN
CY FRENCH GOODS.
SAMSON CAKISS, NO. MO Baltimore at., has
just rci eived per ship Louis Phillippe, from France,
and now opening a very large variety of FRENCH
FANCY GOODS, consisting in part of the most superb
VASES, BASKETS, CHINA WARE, new and fash
ionable Fenders, richly ornamented, &c. See., which,
with his large assortment of the most choice, colored
Engravings received by the same vessel, lie is enabled
to exhibit to the public such a collection of rich and
choice fresh goods as have not been heretofore equall
ed ill this city. All of Which tie will sell at prices that
cannot fail to please. dBQ-'lt
"iCVRfk" The'iindersigned,' having determined
j/%. to devote ali his time toother branches of his bu
siness, will sell out his large asssortmcntof ANNUALS
and JUVENILE BOOKS at COST or LESS.
This inav he relied upon; no mofe than COST will
he asked tor them, if application is made previous to
the 10th of Januarv.
T. NEWTON KURTZ, 151 Pratt street,
d'29-tlOthJa next door to the Rail Road Depot.
■ ATT-ST. IKON FOUNDRY.
B * NO. 304, ABOVE EUTAW.
( Recently occupied by the lute Jas. O. I Filsnn.)
The subscriber lias resumed business in the above
establishment, and is prepared to furnish to order all de
scriptions of IRON CASTINGS. Also, IRON TUR
NING and FITTING; PATTERNS for MACHINE
WORK accurately made, and for AGRICULTURAL
and ORNAMENTAL purposes, carved in the best
style. f<r> Orders respectfully solicited and punctual
ly attended to. JOHN COCHRANE.
d 23 t7ap
BJEARL, RlliT ANI> STEEL .SLIDES. I
8 have on lmnd n splendid assortment of the above
goods, all of winch I will sell by the single one or dog.
(1,21 JAS. M. HAIO, 133 Baltimore t.
RIR, op •. FAMILY *"*"■
■F DBCLINI Ml IIML.SKKBBL'LVT B
\v C will sell on JIIIH ('J'HURHI.\V) MORN* C. I
31st ins'., lit ID O'CLCK-R, at the Dwelling, No. 12 1/ 'N<M
street, .hi lumse below the Synagogue, the Hoiisdt lo*B
and Kitvln-n Furniture of A family nlc'lU to Icav hi" ■
city we II;1111 in part: I Sofa; Pmlor and ('HAT* ■ B
(/hairs; ( uipoie: 1.00 ,ing Classes; Itnreau; lled.L 'H B
Bedsteads; I Sideboard; Mantle Ornament*- <', LI AL
Crockery NAFL Glussw KCMHR ■
, O. 1r,,,.. : Y..v. s; Hooking Chair; I, tn.ps; MattP If I
Also, A I>.T NT KITCHEN FURNITURE. *.C*M U
• r "- < I-'I. 111 Laukahk I'IJIHIH. jm Y|
I'LOM.'SUN liovp.lt, VI 'YOTIB ®
OFFICE OK KMOKV K CO, I
Opposite Harnnm's, Halt. Md. \ I
OHII AL, DRAWING (IT- the Mil. Consolidate* I
Lottery, OLTWS .>, for 1846 For benefit of UIE Townoi I
llel Air and other purposes:
2 22 la Id 2LI 411 47 45 21 45 /I
•I and 211, being the Ist and 2d drawn Nos. earh SW) * I
ID and 15, being the lid and 4th; or 21! and 46. In; " I
ing the sth and 6UL drawn Nils, each :y " I
45 and 17, being the Ith and ft It; or 21 and 43, be- I
ing the 9th and lhth drawn Nos. eaelt 20 " I
All having two of the drawn Nos. on them, CASH 6 ■
All having one only of the drawn Nos. on. earl: 4 5 I
IT EMORY CO., NP. 3N. Calvert-at, ,} J
I OOK HEltEl 'l'le most magnificent scheme. I
J ever oll'ered to the public. This week EMORY, FL
& CO. calculate to sell a large number of high prizes., B
I lie lotu ries for this week are grand and no mistake V
< apitals range from 4 to3o thousand. Tickets from 251 I
rents to 910. A large number of the lotteries are 16. |
drawn N OS., the I, est schemes we have ever had the' I
pleasure OL offering to the public.
I HIS DAY draws a hcnulv. 16 drawn ballots ' I
SCHEME.
I of .920,000 1 Of M 896 1 |
4of 5,000 9J Of F.'ooo L-J
200 of .9100 each. B T"B
.... I 'ekets only 95— shares in proportion. 4FL
L.MORY ft T'O. will sell A package in the above V I
magmliei lit scheme for the small sum of 915, and A ]
package can draw you the live highest prize* IN the F ■
lottery. I ■
1 11 it, sure a pri/.e and immediate attention to all or J I
tiers lor tickets, you must address the old prize house O T, I
It EMORY ft CO., No. 2 Calvert street. | I
COLLARS. Consolidated ' FL
•S. XV 5 YF* rf f I, littery of Maryland, Class 12. 1 I
lor 1816. TO be drawn in the eitv of Baltimore. Md • I
'I'HJS KAY (Thursday) Dee. 31. S B
D. PAINE fit CO MAN LOANS. - FL
SCHEME: I fl
1 prize of 92.>.000 1* .*-1 1,000 Rfl
5,000 is 5,000 Afl
' 'I" 5.000 is 5,(>00 E I
(>0 5.000 I< S,'MHI t ■
] 5,001 is 5 000 1* I
1 DO 2.006 js 2,006 -FL
28 do 1.1100 is 2:I,OAO efl
do 500 is 10,000 1 I
DJJ DO 300 is 6,000 t I
D" 2'JO is 4,'t00 • fl
WW do |OO I, 3,1,000 -FL
Tickets ,9.'.— for licltetg call on f I
I). PAINE Ik CL>., Manager;', S
' L No. 12 South street. > FL
• DOLLARS. Whole tickets,
'•" "" •%•">• 'l'o secure this rich and 1 fl
health 1 111 prize, purchase a ticket of the every lucky . fl
Mil. l. Kit IT Co., corner of llaltiiiiore ami St.' Paul'S fl
streets, where tirst rate prizes are sold.
W ill he drawn THIS DAY, Thursday, Dec. 31st, fl
Mil. Consolidated lottery, class 12 78 No*. 13drawu V
ballots, making a splendid scheme for lite price of
tickets,
SCHEME. =;
1 prize of .S-JO,OOO | I prize ol' SSOOO fl
1 " 5,000 | I 2096
5,00# : 20 '• 1000 „
" 5,000 | 20 - F,0() 0 "K
Whole ticket* 9,1 — share* in proportion.
For lucky tickets by the package or single ticket, am
I'LY TO MILLER & CO.,
Comer of Jhiltiiuore and St. I'anl sis.
Drawn Nos. of Maryland Lottery, clam No. 5. fl
Drawn Dee. IW. Lowest prize 910.
52 125 59 '.:! 13 1- 21 36 413366 :41 H
#5 MOLIIARS is to be distri
buteil I'll I s DAY B, the
drawing of Consolidated Lottery. < lass 12, for 1816.
Persons wishing to pay off their old debts for 1846, and H
eoiiiiiieiice tin year free from liabilities of A pecu
niary nature, would do well to make a small invest-'
men! at my olfiee in 'J'( 1 LI.W 'S Lottery —-where, lor ■■ 7
the small .95. the eupital prize of .920,000 is of
fired. Look at this beautiful
SCHEME. HA
I prize of .99I).ll(M : 1 prize 01 .92996 1
I do 5,000 120 do *100(1 '
1 do r.,0'10 120 do 500
1 DO 5,'K10 |2O do 300 1 I
1 do 5,000 | 200 do 100
Tickets $5.00; shares in proportion. 'FMM
This i* A rare chance, and those who wish for prizes'
should call early ai my oi TU .,. NN ,| their tickets. '
Drawn Nos OF me Siisi|. t anal TSOIO I V, class 5.
8 52 I 35 29 59 46 13 48 21 38 44 33 66 34 41 ■
For prizes call at the lucky oilier of ;
M. ANHEL, 156 Market st. ><s
under the Museum. '
Small Fry every S ATI It DAY'—' Tickets 91, lialvcs
50 cents, quarters 25 cents. WB
43TVEEPIY(i HCK PBIZE AFTER PRIZE.
ST AND STILL MORE! Unabated luck at the of
lice ot C. S. MODONALD &. CO. A handsome prize GFIJ
of .9600, eonih 834 52, whole ticket; A snug prize of
§6OO, comb 1 25 29, half ticket; and another of .961M1,
comb 13 40 50, quarter ticket; also, a manlier of £3OO,
.9200,9150, Ste.. all on quarter tickets. Such are the
prizes to he had by patronizing the lucky C. S. MCDO
NALD F* CO. Besides selling the above, we had the
pleasure yesterday of cashing the .SIO,OOO prize sold on BH
Tuesday last.
Drawn Nos. of the Maryland Lottery, class 5,
Dee. 30th: Benefit of Husquehamiii Canal:
8 52 4 25 29 59 46 13 46 21 36 4 1 33 66 31 41
SCHEME FOR THIS DAY.
1 prize of $20,000 I 20 prize of SSOO .
4 do 5,000 |2l do 300 ,
1 do 2.996 | 20 do 200 '
20 do 1.000 I 206 (111 lot)
Tickets $5.00; Halves $2-50; tiuarters 91.25. AJH
For the luck; packages or single tickets apply to J|B
c. s. MCDONALD K* CO., MB
No. 201 Baltimore street,
IT between Charles and St. Paul sLs. |^H
KFOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. TIE Board I
J.™ of Control and lieview U 11%, attend daily (Sun-
(lays excepted) from HI to 3 O'l loS;, at their office in
tlie CITY 11 ALL, on Tuesday , the sth day of January, HB
to Wtdncsday, the 27th, inelnsive, for the purpose of
showing the assessment valuation to every person or
persons, ineornoraied companies, literary or charitable
institutions, liable 10 taxation in the city of Baltimore.
The Board will also nsseinhlu in the (,'ity llall 00
YYED.VESDAY 3d I'idiruary. and eoutiiiue in session
daily, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day. to Thursday, the Ist day OF April! inclusive, to
hear and determine the complaints anil appeals of per
sons who may considpr tlieiuselves aggrieved by |lio '
valuations made as aforesaid.
The Board take leave respectfully to inform tax pay
ers, that "an Ordinance for tlm general valuation and
assessment of property in the city of Baltimore," pro
vides "that the assessment, when made as aforesaid,
and corrected or altered 011 np|Mial, AS hereinbefore
provided, shall, at the expiration of the time limited
lor hearing aamploitltu Sad appou l * as aforesaid, he ah
solutely binding ANIL conclusive on all person* inter
csted therein." 901,. ET'L'INC,
J. I. IKLNAI.DSTLN, H
SAMUEL IK >1*1), mm
THOMAS SEVVELL,
HENRY 8. SANDERSON,
Board of ( ontrol and Review
d29-d2w,2awtJa27,(l9w,2iiwtApl
ifltlTAWll WARE. M
L COFFEE AND TEA POTS,
of various patterns, some very cheap; Sugar and Slop
BOWLS; Cream Jugs; Cnll'ee Urns; I'ifehers, with anu
without covers; SPITTOONS; Communion Sett; Tea,
I'able and Desert SI'OON'S; CASTORS in every va
riety. Also, English and Ameriean TEA and COF
FEE SETS, of various patterns. Always on liaiid, an
extensive asuortment of 'J'ea Tritys and Waiters; 'I'A
BLE CU TLERY; BASKETS; Family ami Fancy
HARDWARE and ILOUSEKEEIMN(i ARTICLES,
of every description, for sale at the lowest prices, at
the Furnishing Warehouses of
JAMES CORTLAN SI SON,
16 Balliuiori -st., opposite Centre Market, ami
t'ORTLAN & CO., 179 Baltimore-st.
331 till door EN D of Light
IAKK.NCII ' \l,|' SKINS. Just R..EIVD per
ship Louis Philippe, a small lot of first quality
Waxed and Varnished CALF SKINS, on consign
incut mill sale B\
d3O-4t [ VI'J SAMSON CAKISS, 149 Unitimore-st. 188
CTOAIiI COAL: COAL! The reason for laying H
J in COIII having eomnienceil, the subscriber is
prepared to supplv families W illi "Coal Brook" (Balti
more CoV,) "Hanover," "Pinkerton," and "Peach
Mountain" COALS, selected from the best mines and
expressly prepared lor Orates, Stoves, Ranges and Fur
naees. He lias also constantly on hand, lliunnino|
COAL from llie Cuiiiberlnnd mines, suitable ford.
mestie, inamifucturiiig and Blacksmith's purposes.
QTJ- Application may lie made at llie yard, bead of
Union Dock, or at the office, corner of South and
Lombard streets.
(129 2m JOHN PICKELL' ■
MO THI- LADIES. Lola of (in CAKE CUT
JL TERS, PASTRY ORNAMENTS PASTE CUT-
TEItS, PASTE JACCERS, 1 I FF PANS, I .VITIES,
I'LE-PANS, and DANDII for ornamenting I'astrys.—
C)n band and for sale liv \ T .FHED 11. RKIP.
No. 335 Baltimore street,
UV.J 2(1 tin store above Howard street,

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