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it A L. T i M O it E :
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1849.
Ij AT EST I> V TES—FROM
LIVERPOOL, July 28 | HAVRE,...JuIy 25
Letter Sheet Prices Current.
A Review of the Baltimore Market, for the week
ending last evening, printed on fine paper and adapt
ed to correspondence, can he had at J. Robinson's
Bookstore, 117 Baltimore street, 2d door West of;
South street, this morning, by S o'clock, at 5 cents
each.
Mails and Traveling Facilities.
On the title page of this paper will he found the '
time of the Arrivals and Closing the Mails in differ
ent cities—Steamboat and Car regulations—Depar- j
turcs of Foreign Steamers, Packets, Bcc.
REVIEW OF THE
BALTIMORE MARKET, 1
(AND INCIDENTS CONNECTED THEREWITH,)
For the Week ending last evening.
REMARKS. —We have no new feature to note
in the general market as far as regards Domestic
Produce; the demand for most descriptions continu
ing moderately fair at steady prices, and money I
more readily obtained for the usual ordinary opera- i
tions at 6 V cent, per annum. The market for
West India Produce is pretty firm; and although
transactions have been only to a moderate extent in
Coffee and Sugar, the cause may he ascribed proba
bly to an unwillingness on the part of holders to sell
at* the present improving rates. —We have great
pleasure in reiterating our former declaration of the
freedom of our city from any epidemic.
The steamer llibernia's Liverpool telegraphic ac
counts to 4th inst. were promulgated in our city pa
pers on Thursday morning, but they arc of little in
terest, further than to show that our market is not
to he materially benefitted by them, or any subse
quent advices, probably, during this season, as far at
least as Breadstnils and other Provisions enter into
our list of Exports to England. 1 larvesting had com
menced under the most favorable circumstances. In
dian Corn was depressed, yellow and white quoted
[email protected] 6d. qr. The operations in Cotton had
been more limited than for some time past. The
sales of the week amounted to 42,200 bales, of which
speculators took 9,300 and exporters 5,700 of Ameri- |
can descriptions. Upland ranged from 4Ad. to 5Ad.;
Orleans 4d. to7d.; Mobile 4]d.® .Vjd.; and the mar
ket closed with a turn in favor of buyers.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.—A tolerably fair
business is doing for the season; but arrangements
are in progress, and preparations making tr a gen
eral and an abundant supply of staple and desirable
descriptions; and as money is more plenty, it is ex
pected the Fall trade, which will shortly com
mence, will be active.
BEESWAX —Continues nominally at 21 u22
ets., the offering and accepting prices, with limited
transactions. .Sales ot about 20Ul) lbs., in lots, at 22
cts., cash.
BREAD—Is without change in price, and de
mand only moderate.
CANDLES. —The supply of Sperm is better, but
still limited, and price firm at 35 cts. Adamantine
arc steady at 27, and Mould Tallow at 11® 13 ets.
V lh.
COFFEE. —The transactions have been tolera
bly large, comprising about 9000 hags Rio, at 7 cts.
for inferior to 8 for fancy, the larger portion ranging
from 7.1 to 7.H c f s * VML 9 mos. The stock on hand
is now about 31,000 bags. There have been also
small sales of Old Government Java at 101 ets. r P"
lb., on same credit. The arrivals from foreign ports
this week have been 4329 bags.
COFFER. —We note sales of 3001) lb-. Old at
1C ets. ! l " lb , cash.
COTTON.—The sales of the week have been
onlv moderate, and no transactions have taken place
since the telegraph report by the Hibernia steamer,
buyers asking a reduction on late previous rates.
Of the sales reported we note 25 bales fair Upland
at 11, and 415 do. mid. and mid. fair New Orleans
at 10.'// 101 cts. 'IP* lb., G mos. The stock on sale is
about 1500 bales.
DREGS AN D DYES.—There have been small
sales of Crude Ginseng during the week at 30 cts.
V lb.,cash.
FEATHERS.—SaIes have been moderate, but
prices remain steady, good Western 33® 34 ets. Hf' 1
lb., cash.
FlSH.—Transactions have been chiefly confined
to No. 3 Mackerel, and include 700 brls. Halifax
inspection, taken from vessel, on terms not public;
and 150 do. Massachusetts inspection, at $4,371.
The prices from store, for considerable lots, are 81.25
for the former, and $4.50 lor the latter. New No.
2 are selling at $7- There are no No. lin market.
FLOUR AND MEAL.—The market for Flour
has been steady in price through the week, hut not
active, and towards the close less disposition to pur
chase was manifested. The prices for 1 loward street
have been $5.12.1 for old, and >5.25 for new; the
transactions, which probably have not exceeded 3001)
brls., were mostly of the latter. The sales of City
Mills comprise some 4001) brls. in lots, a portion to
he delivered in short time, at >5.25, in some in
stances at a small discount for cash; and IGOO brls.
1 larpcr's Ferry and Susquehanna, in lots, at $5.25
brl. The receipts of all denominations arc light
for the season, tin; streams being poorly supplied for
grinding, they enable holders to maintain prices
with much firmness. The sales of Corn Meal com
prise about 1000 brls., all from City Mills, ground
from white Corn, and have been taken tor shipment to
the British Provinces. Inspected this week:
Corn Meal, 1,616 brls.—
Rye Flour, 21 brls.—
Howard street Flour,. •. *8,541 brls, 2.>7 hf. brls.
City Mills do 5,070 " GSI "
Family do 504 " "
Susquehanna do 726 tc "
15,441 brls. 938 hf. brls.
forming a total of 15,910 brls. of Wheat Flour.—
Exported this week to foreign ports, 3,GUI brls.
Flour and 550 do. Indian Meal; 1235 brls. of the
Flour were to Liverpool.
GRAIN. —The supply of Wheat has been fair
and prices pretty steady, red ranging from 1.03 to
$1.07; ordinary white, 1.05® $1.10; and white, suit
able for Family Flour, I.lo® sl.1 5. Among the trans
actions towards the close was a cargo of GOO bush
els white blue stem, weighing 65 His., which sold at
>1.12, and 1200 bushels same denomination, 63 lbs.,
raised by Doct. Steuart of Ann Arundel, which sold
at $1.15 V bushel. Penna. Rye is worth 62 ets.
Corn has been in limited supply, but was less so
yesterday, and free sales w ere making at 56®. 58 cts.
for white, and 59® 60 for yellow, the latter firm.
Oats, 25® 30 cts., the latter for prime. Exported
this week 29,090 bushels of Indian Corn, 27,590 of i
which were to England.
GUANO.—The price has declined, and consider
able sales have been made at $ 11W ton for Peruvian,
and $29 for Patagonian, G mos.
HIDES—Arc scarce, the only supply is in the
hands of the trade.
HEMP.—We note sales of about 100 hales Mis
souri, in 2 lots, at 6$ and 71 cts. V lb., the latter for
a prime article.
INDIGO.—The supply is light, particularly Car
accas, and prices of all denominations firm.
IRON.—The market is inactive for Pig, hut there
are indications of an improvement.
MOLASSES.—The. market continues without a
supply of good retailing qualities. By auction on
Tuesday, 40 hlids. Cuba were offered, but only 15 1
sold at 254® 26£ cts. per gallon, 4 mos.—the resi
due withdrawn.
NAVAL STORES —Have undergone no change.
OlLS*—'There is a better enquiry for all descrip
tions, and prices are tending to an advance, particu- <
larly Linseed and Whale—the former scarce.
PLASTER PARIS.—We quote 2.125®52.25|
ton, with sales at both prices, closing at the lat- |
ter.
PROVISIONS. —The market has been moder
ately active; and although in general transactions
were not heavy, their numbers would show a hand
some aggregate —at well supported prices.
Beef. —'Ime sales comprise about 160 brls. No. 1,1
in lots, at 12® $12.25 IP brl., 4 mos., the latter for
City-packed.
Pork. —There have been free transactions in 1
both Mess and Prime, the former at $11.25, and the
latter, which is scarce, at $9,621, for 400 brls., and
$lO for small lots, the latter City-packed.
Bacon. —We note sales of 125 hhds. Shoulders, in
lots, at s*j, and 42 do. u Sehooley 8t Son's" brand at I
6 cts. cash; 600 pes. loose, in bags, at the same
price; and 200 do. extra cured, OA ets. IP Hi. Of!
Sides, about 100 casks have sold in lots, at OA ets. I
for merchantable; and of Hams, the various lots
have been as follow : 1000 common, plain, but
sound, at TkfaH cts.; GOO canvassed, 9A® 10; 700
do. 9A :a 11; 5000 do. 9 ets. U v lh. 3 mos., adding in
terest, (all the foregoing were Western;) andßso do.
' Baltimore cured at 10 ets., and on same terms.
Lard. —The sales have been comparatively heavy,
and comprise 1720 kegs, 1300 of which were at 7.!,
and 320 at Sets., 4 mos., and lot) do. very uniform
' pkgs. 7j{ cts. V lh., cash, all taken to go East. Small
I sales of brls. at 7.1 cts.
j lint ter mid Cheese remain rather inactive,
i KILE.—We have sales reported of about lOOtrcs.
in lots, at 4.12A® $4.25 'l v 100 lbs., very little to bo
] had at close under the latter.
SALT.—Several cargoes have arrived during the
I week from Turks Island, hut the sale of only one
'is reported, which was at 17 ets. ; |P bushel, 6 mos. ;
| NEEDS.— Clover is scarce and wanted, and will |
command s 1.25 P 1 bushel, at which a good article
free of ripple has been sold. Timothy is also scarce.
Flax sells in small lots, as it arrives, at 1.15 a $1.16.
! SPICES.—We note the sale of 23 bags Jamaica
, Pimento, from vessel, at 9 ets. r i v lh., on time. In
| store it is held at lOets., 6 mos. Sales of Pepper at
i6l// GA e.ts., 6 mos.
I SPIRITS.—There is no X. E. Rum in market.
The demand for Whiskey is fair hut the stock light,
and prices have improved. We quote hluls. 25, and
I brls. 25A cts. per gallon.
SUGARS.—The market continues buoyant, and
prices have further improved, say .} // A cent l v lb.
within the last two weeks. The private transac
tions this week comprise about 509 hluls. Cuba, at 5
ets., and 50 do. New Orleans at 5.\. Bv auction on
Tuesday, 25S hluls. 27 tres. and GO brls. Cuba Mus
! covado sold at 4.90,// $5.45, and 25 hhds. Porto Rico
at 5.50/.' $5.80; and on Thursday, 22G do. New Or
leans, s(<i SS.GO V 100 lbs., all 1 mos. Arrived this
week from foreign ports, 401 hhds. and 40 brls.
TOBACCO.—The market has lost none of its ac
tivity, and prices for Maryland arc fully supported.
There have been fewer transactions in the Common j
qualities this week than we noted for the last, but [
all the good lots have been sold as soon as sampled. !
The. transactions in Ohio have comprised some 400
fa, 500 hluls., but few or none of very fine grades
have been taken; factors, for various causes, amoug
them is the great certainty that a very small crop
will be grown this year, have advanced their rates
higher than buyers feel disposed to submit to; and
although the sales above noted were made at above
the. late previous rates of 1 n >7.50 1 J 100 lbs, which
the better sorts commanded, the quality was not so
good. The inspections for the week amount to 655
hhds. Maryland, and 471 do. Ohio—total, 1126
hhds. Exported within the same time to foreign
ports 1919 hhds. Tobacco and 6 do. Stems—making
the amount of Maryland and Ohio Leaf exported to
1 European ports since Jan. Ist to 15th inst., as fol- '
lows :
This week. This year.
To Bremen, hhds. 1940 9,075
Rotterdam, 9,659
Amsterdam, u ...3,520
Emden " 310
Marseilles, 3,030
Bordeaux, 577
Havre, 3,218
St. Petersburg,.... " 533
Cowcs, &.e u 836
Cork, See " 581)
England, 9 119
Stock on hand 15th inst., 31,223 hhds.
WOOL.—The only transactions reported to us
comprise about 3000 lbs. fleece-washed of mixed
grades at 25/// .33 cts., the latter for fine; 2500 do.
tub-washed, 2 1 a 28; and 1501) do. unwashed at 15 //
17 ets. T" lb., all cash.
FREIGHTS.—An American bark has been en
gaged to load Tobacco for Amsterdam at 225. : U
iihd.;unda Bremen ship is taking in for Bremen at
17s. Gil. We know of no other foreign engagements.
Small sehrs. of 1000// 1500 brls. are wanted.
BEEF CATTLE.—The offerings at the drove
yards lust Monday exhibited a material decline in
in numbers, only 450 head having been brought for
ward, and of those but 270 were taken by city butch
ers; the remaining 180 were driven Eastwardly.
The prices paid ranged from 2.50 to $3.25, gross,
equivalent to sft $0.25 W 100 11 j*. net. Live Hogs
are without much alteration, but range from 4.50 to
EXCHANGE.—SterIing Bills have further slight
ly advanced, but transactions for the last steamer
were on rather a limited scale. The operations in
Continental have also been light We quote, to
include Foreign and Domestic, as follows:
Bills on London, J! stcrl'gGO days, 8a </ 9J r Uct. pre.
Paris sf. 27/>5f.25
Hamburg 34 A fa 31!}
Bremen (a7Bl
Holland (7/10
Sight Bills on Boston par®— Vet. pr.
New York City par®— do.
Philadelphia par®— do.
Richmond, Va A® -J dis.
Charleston, S. C fj® 1 do.
Mobile 1 ® 1A do.
New Orleans A® 1 do.
1 .ouisville 1A ® do.
St. Louis lA®— do.
Cincinnati lA® — do.
Treasury Notes, G V cents 114J® 115
Mcxi -ail Dollars par® A Vet. prem.
Spanish do A®l do.
American Gold par®— do!
Doubloons, Royal IG—®lo 10
do. Patriot 15 55® 15 GO
Statement of Merchandize exported from the Port
of Baltimore to Foreign Countries, during the
week ending on the 15th August, 1849.
TO BREMEN.
Shooks bdls. SO | Logwood tons 75
Oak Bark, bags 745 Clocks 8t Weights, bxs. 8
Rosin brls. 947 | Coffee, bags 287
Tobacco, leaf, hhds. 1940 I Sugar hhds. 116
do. stems 6 do bxs. 937
Dried Apples... .brls. 31 |
TO LIVERPOOL.
Oak Bark bags 1378 I Hams lbs. 270
Treenails in. 37 Flour brls. 1,235
Handspikes no. 790 j Indian Corn..bus. 27,590
Water Casks 3. Tobacco, leaf.... hhds. 9
Pork brls. 81 |
TO DKMERARA.
Beef brls. 7 I Scales 9 boxes, tubs 16
Pork 12 I nests, baskets 5 bills.
Bacon lbs. 1,265 tinware 9 cases, mcdi-
Hogs no. GO eines 5 boxes, currants
Flour brls. 52G | 2 csks, almonds 7 bales,
Indian Corn ... .bus. 200 I Scotch snuff 180 lbs;
Biscuit cans 100 candy 15 boxes, hops 1
Biscuit. kegs 30 I bale, malt 10 hags, axes
Lard Oil, gals. 203 I 5 doz, mineral water
Tallow Candles.lbs.Booo 10 brls, butter 10 jars,
(ieese 8c Ducks..doz. 10 | walnuts 1 bag.
TO BRITISH WK.ST INDIES.
Staves ni. 46 I Tallow Candles,lbs. 3,750
Shingles 70 | Tobacco, mfd 3,015
Fork ..brls, GO j Vinegar 2 e.sks, leather 1
Bacon lbs. 1,727 | bdl, potatoes 20 brls,
I Lard 846 maccaroni 2 bxs, letter
Butter 1,266 paper 1 bx, tar 2 brls.
Flour brls. 775 | lard oil 64 gls, matches
Indian Corn ..bus. 1,300 1 5 bxs, peas 8c beans 12
Indian Meal . ..brls. 250 bus, medicines 2 cases.
Biscuit 105 | 1 carriage.
TO BRITISH NORTH AMERICAN COLONIES.
Pork brls. GO I Rye Meal brls. 32
] Flour 1,065 Tobacco, mfd lbs. 10,500
Indian Meal 300 |
THE EASTERN MARKETS— Latest.
At Boston : Flour was selling at 5.25® $5.50 for
Southern, and 5.37A // $5.50 for Western. Transac
tions in Corn light at G5 ets. for white, and 6N®7O
for yellow.
j At .;VUio York: Coffee steady. Cotton in good
j demand at an advance of ',® Jof a cent. Sales of i
I Ginseng at 32 cts. Flour in steady good demand,
i with sales of Baltimore at 5.25® $5,311, and at close
i held higher. Wheat and Corn in good demand at
steady prices. Hides in moderate request without
I change in prices. Sales of 1000 tons Scotch Pig
i Iron at 20.25® $20.75. cash, the hitter f<r Gart-
I slierrie. About 15000 pigs Missouri Lead changed
hands at $4,564, cash, and 1.56| a $4.62A on time, i
adding interest. Whale Oil had further advanced, I
45 ets. being generally demanded at New Bedford,
where Crude Sperm had been sold at $1.12A. Ohio <
Pork dull, Mess having declined Gl // 12A ets. Lard !
l in request and prices very firm. Sugars in pretty
fair demand, hut the market had lost some of its |
[ buoyancy. Whiskey steady at 24®2 lA ets.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS MARKET. 1
The Dry Goods market was more native during I
the week past. Cotton Goods have advanced about '
4 ct. per yard and in good demand. Some styles
\v i: i: kl v co nml:it c a \ L .5 ouit\ al .
I are entirely out of market. Bleached goods are
held 4® A e.t. higher. This advance is mainly the
' result of the improvement in the raw material,
j Printing cloths are also advancing, with consider
able inquiry. Prints have sold freely with an up
ward tendency. Cloths arc quiet and without
change. In Cassimercs a good business is doing at
87A ">1 37A. Satinets are in good repute at Spring
rates. Flannels arc active at advancing rates. The
sales have he n large. In Foreign I >rv Goods there is
something doing. The business is active in desirable
goods. The supply is not in advance of the demand.
Prints are in good demand at last year's rates. Stall
Goods go oif freely without change. Mous. de
Lairics are in moderate supply, .the American styles
competing fully with the foreign. Blankets are in
large supply and without activity. Dundee Goods
are in moderate supply and good demand. Prices
are improving. The demand for Linens is fair with
a good business doing. The supply of French and
Continental Goods i.s considerable and charged high
; er than la st season. Colored Silks are in demand,
j Black Silks sell steadily at regular prices. The
; assortment of Ribbons is good, and Jobbers arc buy
ing freely. I losierv sells at advancing rates. The
sales of Cloths are largo at firm rates. The slock
of Canton Goods in market is very small. So says
the Dry floods Reporter.
THE COAL TRADE F0R1849.
[From the Miner's Journal.]
The. quantity sent hv railroad, this week, is
38,038 05—by canal, 13,521 15—for the week,
51,600 tons.
It is not to be denied that the coal business is un
usually dull, at the present time, and that the prices
for small lots, forced into the market, have been less
than the usual rates, hut we have not yet heard of
a single sale made below si.SO for white ash, and
only one or two as low as that, which were forced
sales to meet liabilities; but the tendency is unques
tionably downward, which is aided and assisted by
publications, made in certain quarters, through a
morbid appetite to do mischief; and this downward
tendency, if it continues, will result in a reduction
of wages, which is as certain to follow as it is for ,
j water to run down stream, in spite of all the combi
! nations and unions in the country, as wc stated a
i few weeks ago. If the market /locs not require coal,;
it will not he purchased if offered at even >1.50,
nor will it increase the demand for the article; and
therefore we consider it the height of folly, since
we have remained idle so long, at this critical pe-j
riod, to mine an excess of coal, and oiler it at low
rates, and thus lose all the advantages of the market
for the closing three months, when it is admitted by
all who have any knowledge of the business, from
the demands of the market, that the trade must be
brisk for that period, unless the disastrous effects of
the present revenue laws of the country should prove
more destructive than even the most desponding
have admitted. We have always been of the im
j pression that t here could not be any increase in the
consumption this year, and have refused to endorse
statements to the contrary in our columns, but we
have yet to supply an increase of four hundred
thousand tons, from the different regions, over the
supply of last year for the balance of the season, to
throw as much coal into market as was consumed
that year: besides, the great number of coal yards
in the various sections of the country, with but a
few tons in each yard, will always require about
100,999 tons as regular stock. This would require
an additional increase of 100,009 tons, provided the
consumption only of last year i" maintained.
Amount of coal sent over the Philadelphia and Read
ing Railroad and Schuylkill Navigation, for the
week ending on Thursday evening last:—
RAILROAD.
Week. Total.
P.Carbon 13,044 17 188,278 10
, Pottsville 3,959 04 80,301 04
s. Haven 17,582 11 245,811 19
P.Clinton 3*461 13 72,532 13
38,038 05 586,924 06
CANAL.
Week. Total.
P. Carbon 5,813 01 99,231 19
Pottsville 2,161 09 30,331 19
s. Haven 4,709 15 54,451 12
P. Clinton 838 07 16,421 11
13.521 15 197,437 <>!
By Rail Road as ab0ve,....38,038 05 586,921 06
Total by R. R. 8c Canal 784,361 07
To same period last year, by Railroad..7-5,627 69
" Cana1....217,172 05
Total by R. R. and Canal 942,799 15
1 )ecrease this year. .158,437 18 tons.
Clearances for California. —From a register kept
in the Bulletin office, of clearances for California
ports of the United States, as well as from England.
France and Bremen, we find that the following is
the whole number, from November 14th, 1848, to
August Ist, 1849:
United States. Europe. Total.
5hip5,....... 132 13 145
Barks, 130 1 131
Brigs 71 7l
Schooners,. • • 51 5l
Steamers, 6 6
Total Clearances, 393 11 407
Wool Growing in Illinois. —The Peoria Register
gives a good account of the sheep pastures of that
part of Illinois. They are becoming numerously
stocked, with very superior qualities of sheep. The
entire number of head in the county is stated at 30,000,
and the wool clip of the past spring at 90,000 lbs.
The venerable Bishop Chase is one of the chief wool
growers of that immediate vicinity, owning a flock
of 2,000 head. C. Stone also has a flock of t lie
same size, and there are several other flocks of 1100
to 1500 head.
The business of wool growing is receiving a great
ck'al of attention there, and becoming one of much
importance. An interesting account is given of a
flock of pure French Merinos just introduced into
that county, by Mr. Truman Humphreys, of Elm
wood. These sheep are represented as distinguish
ed for the extraordinary firmness and thickness of |
the fleece, large frame and strong 'constitution. I
The head and face is completely covered with wool,!
down to near the end of the nose. The imported
buck weighs some 250 lbs., and shears 22 lbs. of
wool. The average weight of fleece from these
sheep i.s said to be from 10 to 11 lbs. V head.
Receipts of Breadstuff's at Tide Water. —lt ap
pears that from the commencement of navigation to
Aug. 7, the receipts of Wheat llour at tide water,
exceed those of last year, by quantities equal to
140,535 brls.—The corn of this year exceeds that
of last by more than seven and a half millions of
bushels. The amount of flour, wheat and corn is
nearly equal to that of 1817, the famine year. Pro
visions generally have fallen off, as compared with
1818.—.V. York pop.
IMPORTATIONS AT BALTIMORE.
FOREIGN.
Liverpool—Ship Franconia.
Blankets 34 hales, woollens 14 do, fustians 9 cases,
thread 4 do, bleaching powders 75 csks, Me 11 vain St
Williams; mdze 39 pkgs, .1 C Brown 8c Bro; 1 do,
Hoflinans Sc Co; 8 crates, Burgess, Dale 8c Co;
chemicals 113 brls 25 kegs, T Wilson 8c Co; mdze
1 csk, W Proctor St Son; 1 pkg, W Graham 8c Son;
G do, Stebbins 8c Co; 4 crates, Herring 8c Co; 10
pkgs, C M Keyscr; 4 csks, 14 11 Miller; 1 cases, A
W Poulson; 1, 11 Easter 8c Co; 3, L W Gosnell St
Sons; 25 csks, II Thompson St Son; 15 pkgs, J C
Boury St Sons; 4, J Falconer; .3, F. P Tabb; 46, Tif
fany, Ward St Co; iron 1054 bars 680 bdls, 102
moulds, J Brooks; 31 I bars G IS bdls, mdze 1 1 pkgs,
14 T Turner; 3 pkgs, F W Dammann; harbwarc 52
pkgs, Thomas 8c Co; 7 do, Canfiekl St Bro; mdze 7
do, Stellinan St Henrichs; 4 do, Hodges St Bro; 3 do,
Rippclmeyer St Grauc; G, Sangston St Co; leather 3
hales 2 cases, B 1 )cford Sc Co; mdze I pkgs, F Konig
8c Co; 15 do, Hopkins, Lane 8c Harden; 20, B F
Voss; 7, 14 11 Owing* Co; 11, Griflith, Fitzgerald '
St Co; 11, King St Hiss; 50, Penniman 8c Bro; S, D
Lecche 8c Son; 50, Schaeffer St Loney; 7, Hoffman,
Burneston 8c Co; iron 1657 bars 382 bdls, L Jones;
mdze 187 pkgs, Aldridge, Higdon 8c Co; iron 612
bdls, mdze 17 pkgs, Sticknev St Beattv; 12 do. Cur
ley, Clopper St Co; 38 do, Eaton Bros. St Co; 13
do, Duor St Norris; 24, Norris St Bro; 5, E Jenkins
St Son; 2!) csks, Albert St Bro; 50 pkgs. Ward
Bros; salt 0)17 sacks common 1110 do hne, imlzc 30
pkgs, iron 6855 bars, order.
Itiver Ems — Bus. ship John nness.
Mdze 29 pkgs, F W Dammann; 19 bxs, F Konig
St Co; 32, Kippelmcyer St Graiie; 18, Spilker St Al
bert i; 7, C Fisher 8t Co; 4, C W Caspari; 13 H
Thiermann; ft, C Vezin, Son St Co; 41 Stellinan St
Henrichs; 5, Delius St Halven; 5, J Trust; 6, Wal-
ter St Baghauser;43, E Uhrlaub; 17, J Boury St Sons; I
120 csks, A Schumacher lie Co; 49 pkg", order. !
Cadiz— Ecu. ship Jidda.
Salt 136A carts, leeches 2 bxs, J I Fisher.
Rio Janeiro—Bark RavtiJbow.
Coffee 1720 hags, J Hooper St Sons; 1 153 do, or
der; 282, M Bat hurst 8t Son; 230, V Winchester;
40, i 1 Rieinan; 32, J E Wilson; 551 A, sundry persons.
Cumann —Sch. Cecil.
Ballast.. Specie >12,000, new San Pedro Co. j
Kingston, (Jam.) —Brig Cambrian.
Coffbe 13 hags, Pimento 2 do, rags 70 bales, wool
11 do, old copper, iron an/1 brass several large pr Is, i
F. P Cohen; pimento 65 hag", coffee 7 do, R St H R ,
Tucker.
Savanna-la-, Mar, (Jam.) Brig St . Jladre.xn. j
Pimento 23 hags, old Iron 22 tons, old copper 2 do,
Spenec St I4eid.
Dcmcrara Br. brig Lady Chapman.
Ballast.. Old Iron 5 tons, old copper and coinpo- j
sit ion 2 brls, specie 2 hags, It St II It Tucker.
Dcmcrara —Sch. I Yilmington.
dd Iron 52 tons, old copper 3000 old brass ,
437 do, Huvden 8t Coale.
Arccibo, (/'. R.) Brig Royal Sailor.
Sujfar 221 hluls, \V llowell be Son.
Poiicn, (P. 11.) —Brig Stisrtn.
Sugar 171 hhd" 16 hrls, Johnson St Trav< rs.
Turks Island—Brig Water Witch.
Salt 6392 bushels, Kirkland, Chase St Co.
Ragged Island Brig Henrietta.
Salt 1600 bushels, J Williams 8c Son; cigars 2
eases, old copper 2 pkgs, (ill Howard.
Jl ilifar, (.V. S.) Br. sch.. IliLh iron.
Mackerel 793 brls, J George.
COASTWISE.
/ lost on—Brig Co ;t 1 r.
Saltpetre 150 hags, tn.lze 1014 pkgs, sundry per- j
I sons; mackerel 100 brls, master.
Boston— Brig Ben). Franklin.
M l/.c 161 pkgs. order; plaster 50 tons, master.
,\* tc York—Sell. Michigan.
Wine 10 qr csks, L Thomson St Co; cement 50
hrls, G Small; sugar 20 hrls, J Park hurst, jr: tin
! plate 3') bxs, Wylie 8t Wilson; mdze 5 cases, F Ko
nig 8t Co; champagne 100 bskts, coffee 100 bags,
mdze 272 pkgs, sundry persons.
,\V//j York—Sch. Pharo.
Cinnamon 120 bxs, pork 200 brls, mdze 45 cases.
| orfer.
,Win York—Sch. S. E. .Merrill.
Mdze 28 cases, Miller 8c May hew; tin 5 bxs, G
Small; mdze 1 keg, T J Clare; copper Senses, W
Spear; oil 11 csks 12 tres, hides 100, mdze 314 pkgs.
! sundry persons.
. W:iv York—Sch..Mary .Mankin.
Sirup 50 hrls, Withington St Eastman; tobacco 7
, cases, F F Pope; 2 hhds, Spence St Jteid; nails 5 ;
csks, W 8c 11 McKim; anvils 1 csk, Thomas Sc Co; '
cloverseed 100 brls, mdze 347 pkgs, order.
MARINE LIST.
I BALTIMORE lrrivcd
• Jlug. 11, 12. Br.brig Lady Chapman,Frith,Deinerara
>1 Sch. Mary,* Gardner, Providence
I Canal boat Cumberland and nine others, Susq. val.
, Jlug. 13. Brig Henrietta, Dubel,.... Ragged Island
1 .dug. 14. Ecu. ship AJela, Echevanie, Cadiz
Bark Buv State, Dill, Boston j
> J. \Y. Paige. Taylor, ditto |
■ Brig Cambrian, Walter, Kingston, Jam. 1
Volusia, Borum, Police, P. R. |
- Water Witch, Ennis, Turks Island 1
Foster, Biker, Boston j
Bi-nj. Franklin, Flinu, ditto j
Albion Cooper, Giles, Dighton j
Uncas, Beard, New York ,
I Sch. Cecil, Binnev, Curacoa j
I ; Pro&pect, Genu, Bangor j
) Sylvia E., Gibbs, Sandwich
i! Minerva, Baker, Fall River j
- Alida, Wiggins, Greenport ;
J ! Michigan, Wyatt, New \ ork
Sarah E. Merrill, Blissett, ditto j
Wm. Burke, Lawrence, ditto j
) Lady Clinton, Cramer, ditto j
l -Timothy Pharo, Lines, ditto 1
I *dug. 15. Bark Rainbow, Cator, Rio Janeiro j
1 | Brig Royal Sailor, Henlon, Vrecibo. P. 14. i
-| Br. sch. Aldcliaron, Banks, Halifax
I Sch. Harp, Pratt, Portland
i j Queen, Niekerson, New Bedford
. Win. Spear, Bose Richmond
' .dug. 10. Brig Samuel, Linn, Boston
I Sch. Alary Mankin, Myers, New \ <>rk
j j Charger, Blakeman, ditto
! .lug. 17. Ship Pioneer, Child, ...New York
II Brig Zoe, Gayle, Rio Janeiro
.lug. 10. Ship Zcnobia, Jackson, Liverpool
.lug. 11. Brm. ship Marianne, Warkmeister, Bre
men via another port
Brm. ship Louisian, Ratjer,..Portsmouth, (E.) Bce.
. Brig Margaret, Hill, Boston
| Br. sch. Relief, Crowell Halifax
Sch. Henry A. Barling, Gait, Now Orleans
Sophia, Jones, Petersburg
Falmouth, Creighton, Richmond
Advance, Foxwell,. ditto
lfendron, Fcnnis, ditto
Jlug. 13. Brig KatePendergast,Evans,St.John's.\.F.
Sch. Orb, Eaton, Charleston
.lug. 14. Brm. brig Somerset, Black,.. ..Dcmcrara
Sch. Union, Harrington, Georgetown, D. C.
.dug. 15. BrisrT. C. Mather, Niekerson Boston
. Sch. Juliet, Miller West Indies
S. 14. Blakeman, Jackson, Charleston
Miranda, Smith Norfolk, Bte.
. .lug. 16. Brig Cynthia, Rodgers, Bahia, Sic.
Sch. Naomi, Hall, Savannah
' ST. JOHN'S, N. F. .lrrivcd
1 July 20. Sch. Science, Holly, Baltimore j
. THOMASTON, Mc. Sailed
. .lug. 4. Sch. I. O. of (). F., Hill, Norfolk
) BANGOR, Mc. Cleared ,
Jlug. 7. Brig Osceola, Stone, Baltimore
. Aug. 9. Brig Bcnj. Carver, Carver,.. Buenos Avres
\ SACO, Me. .lrrivcd
July 28. Sch. Caroline, Hill, Baltimore
, PORTSMOUTH, N. H.— .lrrivcd
.lug. 7. Sch. Meridian, Hart, Norfolk
' SALEM, Mass. Cleared
f .lug. 6. Bark San Francisco, (new) Reutmonds,
San Franuisco
' j BOSTON, Mass. Arrived
[ Aug. S. Brig M. St J.C. Gilniore, Harding, Baltimore
f Scli. Yeso, Ryarson ditto
, Aug. 9. Bark Lowell, Loveland, ditto
Brig J. Niekerson, Niekerson, ditto
Aug. 10. Brig Dover, Clifford, ditto
Aug. 13. Bark Zion, Reynolds, ditto
Cleared
Aug. 6. Brig Victory, Horsey, Buenos Avres
Aug. 7. Ship Argo, Mcaeom, Calcutta
Ship Robert Pulsf-ml, Cook San Francisco
r Aug. 8 Bark Justice Story. Ryder, Baltimore
. Sch. E. Atkins, Welilen, Norfolk j
Aug. 9. Ship Almaar, Barry, San Francisco 1
! Ship Norfolk, Rogers, ditto j
Grotius, Leonard, ditto
Brig Cronstadt, Hatch Buenos Avres |
! Aug. 11. Bark Grafton, Francis, Sumatra
Bark Maryland, Davis, Baltimore j
N. YV. Bridge, Brown, Norfolk .
Brig Candaee, Mathews Baltimore
Sch. Ann A. Parker, Baker, Norfolk
Aug. 13. Brig Vandalia, Litton, Baltimore !
. NEW BEDFORD, Mass. Arrived
■ Aug. 9. Sch. Oscar Jones, Kellcy, Norfolk
, Cleared
\ Aug. 7. Ship Citizen, Howland, ....San Francisco
Aug. 9. Ship Olive Branch, Place, ditto :
; ship Alex. Coffin, Hale, Valparaiso, &c. ;
> FALL RIVER, Mass. Arrived j
Aug. S. Sch. Richard Borden, Benrse.... Baltimore ,
WARKHAM, Mass. .lrrivcd
July 31. Sch. Franklin, Gumev, Norfolk
w YRREN, H I. : brwed
' Aug. 10. Sch. Jos. Turner, Gibbs, Baltimore j
PROVIDENCE, R. 1. .lrrivcd \
Jlug. 3. Sch. Company, Burt, Norfolk ]
.lug. 6. Sch. Queen, Dawson, Baltimore
Aug. 10. Sch. Maria, Keen, Norfolk J
Sch. Roxburv, Scars, Baltimore
NEW YORK. Arrived ,
Aug. 8. Ship Patrick Henry, Delano, ... Liverpool .
Aug. 9. Br. steamer America, Harrison, ditto 1
1 Ship Ariel, Copp Canton .
Waterloo, Allen, Liverpool
. New York, Lines Havre 1
Sell. Alice, Seaman, New York j
Plato, Weeks, ditto
-—-Baltimore, Sleight, ....ditto'
Connecticut, Elwood ditto i
Aug. 10. Ship Gladiator, Williams, London
£hip YY r estminster, Doane ditto j
Queen of the West, Hallet Liverpool
New York, Cropper, ditto
Brig Fiiidora, Mathews Para j
Aug. 11,12. Steamer Empire City, Wilson, C hag res !
Ship Napier, Maples, River Ems 1
.lug. 14. Ship Leila, St afford, Rotterdam
Bark Almira, Tarr, Para '
I .dug. Ship Sea. Springer, San Francumo ,
Ship Virginia, Salisbury, City Point I
; Jlug. 10. !)ut. .ship Van Galen, Decker,... Bat a via
| Hark A. G. Hill, Curtis, City Point |
! 'tux- 'I- Ship Manila, Given, San Francisco J
Ship Devonshire, iiovc.y, London
Hark Fntncis Watts, Bearse, ....... Port Walthall
I Seh. Lydia, Tunnell, Baltimore
I 'lug. 13. Ship Mechanics' Own, (new) Malcotn,
San Francisco
! Seh. Ann I*.. t)s|,orn Norfolk
■ Jlug I 1. Ship Napier, Maples Baltimore
, Ship Vandalia, Norton, I ity Point
i Seh. Josephine. I\ ingsland, Baltimore
I PHILADF.I.PHIA, Pa. irrived
' .'lux. 13. Ship Wyoming, Miereken, l.iverpool j
j Jlug. 1 1. Ship Europe, Itevnegom, l.iverpool I
J Ship Minerva, Michaels,..' I.iinerick |
\ .'lug. la. Ship Finland, Johnson, l.iverpool j
Swed. brig .Inlia. Ilartz Leghorn I
I Brig Clara, llcwitt, Turks Island '
. Jos. Cowpcrthwaitc, Brcvoor, ditto I
lames Marshall, Loud Trinidad, Cuba
Jlug. 9. Bark Cordelia, .Johns West Indies
| Jlug. 11. Br. seh. Tweed, Albury,..Harbour Island I
; . /'l/f. 1 I. Bark Diamant, .W dler, \alpnraiso
.lug. 15. Ship.lohnF. Whitnev, (tlidden, I.iverprsi! j
I NORFOLK, Va. : irrived I
.■lug. 11. Brig Palm, Hall, Boston i
Sell. Vietorv. Blinker, .' New York j
Leader,'Clark ditto !
; .lug. 12. Sell. Id. II lleirick, Grant, ..Thotnaston
; Sch, Elizabeth is. Helen, Nash Troy |
I Splendid, II New York
• . tug. 13. Sch. Gen. Taylor, Crane, Camden |
! Sell. Eorotas, Trefelhcn,.., Portsmouth
John A. His. Pieraall New York
! Sherwood, Van Name Stnten Island 1
. lug. 1 I. Bark Samuel Train, 1 lopkins, New 5 nrk .
] Brig Malvern, Jerman ditto
! Seh. Daniel Franci , Harris N inlucket
NF.WBF.HN. N. C. Irrived
' Jlug. 3. Brig Clara Fisher, Gordon Baltimore
j CHARLF.STt)N, s. C. Cleared
' Jlug. 7. Brig Magnolia, Morris San Francisco
1 .lug. 11. Seh. Louisiana, Pritehett Baltimore
I SAVANNAH, Geo. Irrived '
• .lug. 2. Sell. Brilliant, White Baltimore I
I S.-h. Marv Willis, lit to
. tug. 6. Seh. (Icean Queen, Parker ditto
Sell. Ellen Goldshorough. Brown ditto
Jlug. 7- Seh. Southerner, Caruthers ditto
MOBILE. Ala. -Cleared 1 .
.lug. 1. Seh. Belief, Campbell, Salt Francisco
N't (TICK. T > MARINERS.
A fog hell weighing about 750 pounds has been
set up near the light on lobby Island, mouth of <
Marinas Harbour, which is rung by machinery in!
, foggy weather.
! THE MCTCAE LIKE IVSIKVSCE CO.tl-
P VNV t)K I? YLTI.MORE,
I OFFICE, CARROLL HALL,
L Corner of llultimore mul Calvert Streets. j
I.XSI RANGE O.N LIFE in any sum not ex
ceeding >IO,OOO.
A wife can Insure the Life of her husband, free j
from the claims of Creditors.
' Joint Insurance oil the Lives of husband and wife,
or any two lives, so that when either lite tails, the j
survivor mav receive the sum insured.
To accommodate those who wish to insure at the |
I lowest possible cost, without regard to profits, the j
| Company will grant policies at the following rates i
of premium to those who will relinquish their right j
I to the profits, retaining their right to vote and ail
other privileges of membership :
PRKMII -MS FOR INSURING MOO >N \ SIN- |
GLE LIFE, WITH AND WITHOUTPR( I FITS:
Annual prein. Annual prein. Annual prein. j
> For for 1 for Life, for Life, J
I ~ one year. years. without profits, with profits.
i2l >0.89 A0.96 51.69 >l-S2
25 0.97 1.07 1.90 2.04
i 50 1.10 1.21 ' 2 19 2.30
35 1.25 1.37 2.53 2-75 :
t 40 1.44 1.56 2.96 3.20
45 1.65 1.78 3.17 3.73
50 1.87 2.10 4.21 4.60
60 3.46 4.31 6.68 7.00
Pavable YmiiiaUv. Semi-antiuallv. or Quarterly, j
THOS.M. AISBE I'T. President.
JOHN A. Tilt )MPS( IN, Se -rotary.
. 1/t ilicul Hoard :
J. R. W. DUNBAR, cor. of Hanover and Lorn- \
bard streets.
G. U. M. ROBERTS. M. 1).. 125 Hanover st.
For information on anv branch of the business, re- j
fer to the printed pamphlets of 1 lie Company, or to
'I IIDS. B. ADAMS, Actuary,
se 30 tf No. 16 South street.
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE.
THAME MUTUAL FIRE AND MARINE
2 INSURANCE COMPANY, at their Office, j
corner of GAY and I.tIMBYRD-STS., will insure
Marine and Inlaud Navigation risks—and against
fire on Dwellings, Warehouses and their contents, j
By the Charter of this Company, insurers with if, ,
t shmc in the annual profits.
DIRECTORS.
William YV. Spcnce, John D. Early,
Col. O'Donnell, Richard Norris,
Willian Loney, John K. Randall,
Henrv Winter.
KIi.MOM) I >IDIKR. Prrt. j
11. A. Pidicr, Sec'y. an 28 tf
AYAI. A 11. M'KIM,
HAVE constantly on hand, and oiler f r sale on j
liberal terms, the following articles, viz:
| SHEATHING COPPER, a full assortment, from j
14 to 36 07.. Also, Copper and Composition Nails.!
YELLOW METAL SHEATHING, Mi mZ"
PATENT Emilish Siieathinu METAL— the will i
known reputation of this article, and its superiority
to any other manufactured, entitles it to preference;
a constant supply received direct front England.
ZINC—" Mosselman's" Sheet Zinc.—We are
now receiving direct from the manufacturers in Bel
gium, a full assortment of this superior article.
COPPER INGOTS.—Refilled Copper, Ingots of
best quality, manufactured by the Baltimore and
Cuba Smelting and Mining Company. jv 22
FREIGHT TO PITTSBURGH.
GJ ;
1). LEECH <fc GO 'S
OLD KSTAB L 1 S II El) LI -V E. j
I No. 1211 NORTH HOWARD STREET. j
UT 12 BKG LK.WK to inform our friends and
customers that we will, on FRLDAA, the j
I 9th instant, commence receiving and lorwarding
j Merchandise lor Pittsburgh and all points on the
i Western Waters, free of Commission at Pittsburgh,
i via the Susquehanna Railroad and Pennsylvania
| Canal.
I Our Cars and Boats being in complete order, ship
-1 pcrs may rest assured that all Goods consigned to us
; w ill be forwarded without delay, and carefully ban
j died, and that our rates will be as reasonable as any
; of the regular lines. Being thankful for the patron
; age heretofore extended to us, we would solicit a
i continuance of the same.
JOS. TAYLOR Sc SON, Agents,
mh 9 Corner of Kutaw and German sts.
FOR IIAVUE 1)E GRACE AXD PORT
D K POSIT K.
A ccpxyi THK SUSQUEHANNA STEAM
i £lv>'*'Jfe**f*Tow Boat Company's new steamers
1 \\(y\sTKß, Uapt. Tomlinson, and
JUNIATA, Capt. Sprague, will commence their
regular trips to Havre de Grace and Port Deposite,
on TITKSDAY, 29th instant, leaving the lower end
:of Smith's wharf every KNING, (Sundays ex
| cepted) at tf o'clock.
Returning, will leave Port Deposite at 1 o'clock,
and Havre do Grace at 7 o'clock in the evening,
j Goods shipped by this line, and destined to any
point on the Pennsylvania Canal, will he forwarded
j free of charge for commission and storage.
• Shippers arc respectfully requested to send their.j
| goods early. For freight or passage, apply to
J. S. MURPHY, Agent,
Lower end Smith's wharf, Balto.;
SAMUKL WILT, Agent,
1 lavre de Grace;
WM. W. McLKAN, Agent,
I nia 5 tf Port Deposite.
PATENT HAMMERED SHIP AXD
BOAT SPIKES,
MADE BY THE ALBANY IRON AND
NAIL WORKS, TROY, N. Y., of superior
j quality. Also, RAIL ROAD SPIKES of all de- j
j script ions, and BOILER RIVETS, a large supply i
I constantly on hand for sale at manufacturers'prices, j
by E. PR ATT k BROTH Kit,
I je 12 27 &C 29 South Charles street. I
JOB PEIKTIN6,
. J/ji/ 'f (S/trarA, r A ru/A, V- tica/ait,
CHECKS,
ENTRIES, MANIFESTS, BILLS LADING,
£}anbbills, Catalogues, Store iVills,
Labels, Certificates, A i/srtisements. Notices,
EXCURSION BILLS, EXCURSION TICKETS,
&c. See.
Print oil at tin- very shortest notice, at row PRirF.S, by
J OS. ROBINSON,
No. 117 Baltimore St., next to corner
of South Street.
TIFF A. N V & DICKINSON,
CO. \I. MrsSlo. V Milll(. IUL\TS
F >r the sale of PRO\ ISIONS.
\MI \V EST EH \ PRODUCE GENERALLY.
PP-WOMP TIITWV, .I, . 1 ,Mi I .'I I laymhrtrd street,
WVI. T. DICKINSON. j BALTIMORE Md.
dec!t f
R. HORACE LOVE, C. V. MARTIN, (IF.". It. W. ALNL'TT.
LOVE. MARTIN A i <>.
GEN Eli \L Gt I t!. MIS -it )S M EUCII ANTS,
.i.vo wr.s i pitovi ce dealers,
'NIP, 5 EXCHANGE PEACE,
jan 1 tf BALTIMORE.
JOIIV S. WENT,
CO M M ISSU.I.N ;\I E it C II AN T,
,Ni>. 75 Jluictifs Wharf'.
of. II (1 BALTIMORE.
WALTER E. HARDINPI. I ICIL'S REE.LP
HARDING A liEEL),
PRODUCE AM! GENERAL
COMMISSION MEIiCUANTS,
*Vb. ti, Jlruatlway,
NEW YORK.
Givpi prompt ;it i fill inn 1,, I lie execution ,pf orders for
American Produu ~nd Miivhuudisc generally. Ad
vances ippaile un consigipiuenL.
je 'J If
ROBERT IIOOPER,
BISCU IT AM) CRACKER BAKER,
,\u. HIS I'rult street, near South.
21 tl BALTIMORE.
COTTON SAIL DI CK.
JOHN HENDERSON be CO.
Corner of Pratt and Commerce streets,
Aireipts fur the spple of all kippds ipf
oc 2 tf' COTTON NAII. DUCK.
AYESI.EV STARR A HONS,
1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND
AGENTS FOR THE SAI.E OF LEAF TOBACCO,
w ESLEY STARR, I No. 4 Light street Wharf,
; itoiiEUT v. STARR, V BALTIMORE, Md.
w M.M.STARR, ' junta Iyr
I W. RHOADS. JOHN R. RHOAIPS.
AV. RIIO ADS A SON,
SHIP BROKERS,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Corner of Spear's It half anil lS'utt-st.
ap. 21 tf BALTIMORE.
s. HOWARD MOAI.E. CHARLES MEDCALFE.
MO ALE A: MEDCALFE,
PRODUCE. SHIPPING. AND GENERAL
I'< 'M.MIsMt >N MERCHANTS,
.Ah. a O' Do mull's Wharf,
may 20 BALTIMORE.
MR VAN A CO.
DISTILLERS AND RECTIFIERS—CANTON.
(Ip/tCf, .Ah. S5, Howlfs ll'hurf. South Street,
BALTIMORE.
Manufacturers of WHISKEY, GIN, BRANDY,
RUM, PURE SPIRITS, Ac. nov 0 tf
HODDEN A CO.
BISCUIT AND CRACKER BAKERS,
Corner of Lombard aipd Gay strepits,
opposite the Custom House,
BALTIMORE.
All the varieties of si IIP BISCUIT and CRACK
ERS constantly un hand and for sale, wholesale appd
retail. June 5 tf
JOHN 1\ PLEASVNTS A SONS,
TOBACCO AN i' GEN EJJ Al,
CI).MM ISSION MERCHANTS,
•No. 4S South street,
j'me 5 tf BAI.TIMORE.
WM. COOK A SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
For the -ale of I.E VP TOBACCO,
•Ah 75 Eight street ll'hurf,
june 1 Iyr BALTIMORE.
J. A 11. WARDEN,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.Vu. 2'J Commerce street,
J no 25 Iyr BALTIMORE.
GARLAND A CUNNINGHAM,
COMMISSI! >N MERCHANTS,
,Ah 7d Bowly's ll'harf,
| oc 2 tf BALTIMORE.
ROBERT LESLIE A SON,
SHIPPING t, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.ACI South Gay Street,
oc 21 tf BALTIMORE.
DRAKELEY & FENTON,
tVHOLBS A I. E (i it O C E IIS,
PRODUCE s. COMMISSION .MERCHANTS,
571 Sf 37C Baltimore street,
je 12 Iyr BALTIMORE.
W I LI.I A .11 LAII I* I NO,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
And Agent for tlpr sale of Leaf Tobacco,
No. 75 Light street Wharf,
je a Iyr BALTIMORE.
TO SOAP BOILERS, GLASS MAKERS
AN l> RLE Ai HERS.
rw lEN N A NT'S SODA Asll, BLEACHING
B POWDERS, Sec. constantly on hand and for
sale PPII liberal terms, by the agents lor this market.
McILY AIN Se WII.LI.VMS,
jv 3 tf 10 German street.
JOHN SULLIVAN A SONS,
COMMISSION MERCH ANTS, Si AGENTS
for the sale of LE \ F TOBACCO,
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE GENERALLY,
.Vo. '.id Eight street Wharf.
BALTIMORE COMPANY.
BAKE-HOUSE, O'DONNF.LL'S WHARF.
Salt's Rooms, A">. -10J I'ratt-s!., near Frcderick-st.
Manufactures for exportation and consumption :
PILOT AND NAVY BREAD,
SODA, LEMON \NI) WINE BISCUIT,
SUGAR AND WATER CRACKERS,
At.SO
HAND-MADE WATER CRACKERS.
gTr-VF.SSF.LS SI PPLIED WITH STOILF.S.
By giving early orders, Bread will be prepared
and packed to stand the longest voyages,
jy 10 W.'H. BEATTY.
W ESTERN BACON, AC.
a .Ait C VSIvS Western Smoked SHOUL
HMf DERS
100 casks Western Clear SIDES
72 do do Bone do
100 dip Canvassed and plain HAMS
200 bales Kentucky aptd Missouri dew rotted
11 EM P
21)0 barrels superior Lard OIL
100 ipf. barrels do do do
300 bushels Ohio CLOVERSEED
50 barrels Mouongahela appd Bourbon V\ IIIS
KEY, very old and superior—for sale by
LOVE, MARTIN Ik CO.
j e to tf 5 Exchange Plaoe.
faJI'PEKIOIt II ICON.—'The subscribers have
CV heretofore becpp ipnaiple tip keep on IIUPPII through
(put the sumntir, a constant supply ol thbir much ad
mired SUGAR CURED BACON HAMS. They
have now ready lor sale a large quantity,ami, invite
the attention of connoisseurs. Thipse desirous of a
SPipply throughout the supnmer can secure, at mode
rate jpriees, any quantity aipd have it kept in good
order until wanted lor ppse. They also oiler for sale
superior Sugar Cured Bacon SllOl LDERS, Beef
TONGUES and Ppire Leaf LARD, in small pails.
ADAMS S. STEVENSON,
Lexington street,
m h 24 tf opposite the Market House.
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