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From the Boston Jltlas. HARRISON MELODIES—No. 1. VAN AND THE FARMER TONE- The King and the Countryman. A farmer there was, who lived at North Bend, Esteemed by his neighbors and many a friend; And you'll see, on a time, if you follow mv ditty, How he took a shortwalk up to Washington City. Ri tu, di nu, di nu, di nu, Ri tu di ni'nu, ri tu, di nu, ri 11a. His tidy log cabin he "left with regret. And he'put up a sign that it would be to let; But whatever rare sights the White House might display, . , He'd find none so strange as he'd seen 111 his day. Ri tu sic. The farmer walked on, and arrived at tlie door. And he gave such a thump as was ne'er thumped before; . Mister Van thought tlie rap was the sound ola flail, . , , And his heart beat with fear, and he turned dead lypalC - Ritu, See. ♦'Run John, and run Levi,-run Joel and Jim," Said Van, "but leave Amos, I cannot <spare him, There's only one living dares make such ado; That sturdy old fellow called 'I ippccanoo, Ri tu, fctc. They were all growing merry, and taking cham paign, And the farmer impatient rapped louder again; To the door all the cabinet ministers run, And demanded who so boldly had spoiled all their fun " Ritu, Sec. ♦. . r Says Tip, "my fine fellows, get out of my >\ aj, I've routed whole armies like you in my day; My mind is made up to walk into that chair, Where Van takes his wine with a swaggering a ' r " Ritu, Stc. Then Amos, who listened, spoke up, "Mister \ an, J know how to tickle that old farmer man; I'll ask him politely to con e up and dine, And then we can 'muddle his wits with the wine.' Ri tu, Sic. ♦'Oh! pray, Mister farmer, just walk up this way, We hardly expected to see you this day; So many stout swiggers are here at this time. There's" but one bottle left, but you'll trnd it is prime." r Ritu,Sic, ♦'l tell you what, Amos, I see what you're at, I wont take a glass of champaign, and that's fiat; But a mug of hard cider will answer my turn, It's getting in fashion up here, as I learn." Ri tu, &c. Then Amos and Van searched the table all round, Not a drop of hard cider was there to be found; So the fanner advised them to lay it in a store, On the fourth of next March, if they should'nt be fore. Ri tu, Sic. The farmer was off, but 'twas easy to see That his visit had sobered their cabinet glee; And Van said he knew how tlie matter would end; — He should have to clear out for the man of North Bend. Ri tu, Sic. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PROPER- BV Virtue of a Decree of Ball imore County Court, sitting as a Court of Equity, the subscribers, trustees ap|tointed for ihe purpose, will expose to sale, at Public Auction, at the Exchange in the city of Balti more, on Saturday, 1 (ith day ol May next, at one o'clock, P. the following Valuable Pro perty, belonging to the late Col. WILLIAM STEUART, 10 wit: 1. All that piece or parcel of ground in lite ci ty of Baltimore—beginning for the same at the corner formed by the intersection of the west side jf Calvert street, and the north side of an Alley , laid out by the Baltimore Water Company thro'i their grounds, which place of beginning is at the ; distance of one hundred and lour feet or therea bout northwardly from the north side o( Centre .street—and running thence uorthwardly bound ing on the west side of Calvert street twenty three feet four inches to the centre of the parti tion wall, between the first and second houses e rected on the west side of Calvert street north of said alley; then westerly running through the centre of said dividing or partition wall, and con tinuing the same direction parallel with the a foresaid alley, in all one hundred and twenty four feet, or thereabouts, to another alley, about twenty feet wide, laid out by said company thro their ground, parallel with Calvert street, from J Centre slteet to John, now Constitution street; : thence southwardly binding on the east side of said last mentioned alley twenty-three feet four j inches to the alley first mentioned, and then | bounding on the north side thereot eastwatdly to ( the place ol beginning. Being part of the gtound conveyed to William Steuart, in fee by the Pte sident'and Directors of the Baltimore Water Co. Nov.G, 1819,Lib.W.G.No. 152 f01.512. Upon this M' lot is built one of the buildings of Waterloo Row, affording every conven ience for a family lesidence. 2. Also, all that piece or parcel of ground in the said city, which by Indenture dated July 28th 1807, recorded Lib. \V .G. No. 94, fol. 482 was granted and conveyed by Edward Pannell to the said William Sleu'art, in fee—to wit: Beginning for the same at the intersection formed by the south side of Pratt street and the west side of Concord street, and tunning thence bounding westerly on Pratt street sixty feet, thence south erly parallel with the Centre Market Space one hundred feet, thence easterly parallel with Pratt street until it intersects the west side of Concord street, and thence northerly binding on Concotd street to the place of beginning. 3. Also, all those pieces or parcels of ground in Baltimore city aforesaid, which by indenture dated Feb. 6th, 1812, recorded Lib. W. G. No. 116 fol. 566—was granted and conveyed by Tho mas Buchanan, Trustee as therein named, to said William Steuart, his heirs and asigus in fee which are distinguished and known by the the*numbers, 11, 12, 13, 14,15, 16, 17, 18, and 19 contained within the descriptions following, to wit: Beginning for the same at the end of the second line of a deed from Edward Pannell to uvd William Steuart, dated July 28lh, 1807, and i'u.,.;in" thence parallel with Pratt street south 87 f-2 dec. west five and a half feet, then paral lel with the Market Space south 3 1-2 deg. east two hundred andeightewi and half feet to Jay s Slip then binding on said Slip parallel to Pratt street north 87 1-2 deg. east one hundred aid twenty three and a half feet to Concord street,; then binding on Concord street, north fifteen de crees west two hundred and twenty two feet to 3te end of the third line of the before mentioned deed, and then binding on that line reverse south eighty seven and a half degrees, west seventy nine and a half feet to the place ot beginning. U 4. Also. All that piece or parcel ot ground in Baltimore city aforesaid, which by indent te bearing date on or about Dec. 18th, IMb, recor ded Lib. W. G. No. 140. fol. 56—was granted and conveyed by Henry Thompson and wile and others to said William Steuart. in lee, to wit:— Beginning for the same at the end ot sixty-three feet on a line drawn from the south side ot I ratt street, southerly parallel with McEldeirv street, and at the distance of sixty-five feet easterly there from, and running thence soulheiH parallel with McElderry street, and bounding cm a parcel oi "round heretofore conveyed by Edward 1 annel to the said William Steuart thirty seven feet, then westerly parallel with Pratt street five feet, ihen northerly parallel with . McElderry street I thirtv-seven l'eet, then by a straight line to the I place of beginning. . The above 3 last mentioned pieces of ground have been divided into lots numbering from 1 to 1 i inclusive. Nos. Ito 3 inclusive front on Pratt street, and the rest on Concord street. This di vision of the property for the purposes of build ing makes it very desirable, and the plat can be seen at anv time bv calling on either of the sub scribers. "On No. 3of the subdivision there is a M Brick Office for a Lumber Yard, and on No. 1 a Brick Dwelling— gWgl on No. 6 there is a brick Stable.gJj£L and also a brick Stable on No. 14. 5. Also the one undivided moiety, or equal half part of and in all those two LOTS or par cels of ground in Baltimore city aforesaid, which were by indenture, dated June 18th, 1805, recorded Lib." W. G. No. 85, folio 351, granted &e. by Daniet Bowlv to Robert Steuart (the fa ther of said William and Bobert St. John Steu art) his heirs and assigns in fee, and devised by him by his last will and testament daiedNov.l Ith 1817, duly executed and proved and now ot re cord in the office of the Register ol \V ills for Baltimore ceunty, to his two sons above named, as tenants in common, subject to the payment of live hundred dollars to their sister Margaret, which two lots or parcels of ground are the same as described in a release from Witliain Rusk and Margaret, his wife, to said William and R. St. J. Steuart. bearing date on or about the 12th day ot May, 1830, recorded in Liber W.G. No. 205, 101. 87—to wit: Beginning for one of said pieces at the north west corner or intersection of Pratt and Concord streets, and running thence wester ly binding on the north side of Pratt street sixty feet more or less to a lot of ground sold by said Bowly to Thomas McElderry, thence northerly parallel to Market Space, sixty feet to a four feet alley, thence easterly binding on said alley to Concord street, and thence southerly bounding on said last mentioned street to the place of be ginning. ti. And beginning for the other piece thereof at the North west corner or intersection of Con cord street, and the aforesaid four feet alley, and running thence Northerly, bounding on the west side of Concord street to a lot of ground conveyed by said Bowly to Thomas McElderry, on 11th January, 1800, 'thence westerly parallel to Pratt street, until it intersects the grounds heretofore sold and conveyed by the said Bswly to the said McElderry, thence Southerly and par allel to Market Space, and bounding on McEl derry's ground to the said four feet alley, and thence Easterly bounding on said alley to the place of beginning. On the above property there is a large brick | Stone Cnttei's Shop. The title to the entire in- I terest; will be sold on the same terras as the moi | ety above described. ! "7. ALSO. —All that piece or parcel of ground ! in Baltimore City aforesaid, which by indenture dated March 25th, 1830, recorded in Liber W. ;G. No. 210. folio 417, &c. was granted and con ; veyed by Robert Armstrong and others, to said ! William Steuart, in fee, to wit: Beginning for 1 the same on the line of the west side of Liffey st. or Falls avenue, west, at the distance of two hundred and forty feet southerly, from the cor ner formed by the intersection of the South side of Pratt Street, and the west side of Lifley street aforesaid, and running thence southerly bound ing on the west side of Liffey street to Bowley street thence westerly bounding on the north side of Bowley street eighty-nine feet to Concord si. then northerly bounding on the East side of Con cord street CS feet to the lot conveyed by the City Bank of Baltimore to Nicholas G. Ridge ley, and then Easterly bounding on that lot eigh ty-seven feet to the place of beginning. This property will be offered in two lots, num bered 15 and 16, on the Trustees plat. Also all that piece or porcel of Land situate and lying in the city aforesaid, which by inden ture dated about the 31st December, 1812, recor ded in Liber W. G. No. 121, folio 365, was gran ted and conveyed by Whitley Barnes to said William Steuart, to wit: beginning for the same on the East side of Granby street southerly seventy-five feet from Prince street, and running thence easterly parallel with Prince street, one hundred feet t'o a ten feet alley, thence southerly binding on said alley about twenty six feet to lot No. 3'J'J, thence westerly parallel with Prince street sixty feet, thence southerly parallel with Granby street eight inches, thence westerly par allel with Prince street forty feet to Granby street and thence northerly bounding on Granby st. to the place of beginning. On this lot there is Man excellent two story brick Dwelling House, with a large yard taken from an adjacent lot, and exhibited on the trustees' plat. The yard as now shewn on the plat will be sold with the lot here described; and makes an addition to it of 16 feet by 60. 0. Also, all those two lots or parcels of ground in Baltimote city aforesaid, which by indenture dated Nov. 7th, 1810, recorded Liber W. G. Ne. 41, folio 286, were conveyed by Thomas Bucb- anan, Trustee to said William Sieuart, in lee, to wit: the lots distinguished on a plan oi Phil pot's addition to Baltimore Town, by the num | hers 100 and 101. Beginning for the same on the north side of York street, easterly one hun dred and twenty feet from Granby street, and running thence northerly parallel with Granby street, one hundred feet more or less to lot num ber 378; thence easterly parallel with Prince st. eighty feet to lot number 402, thence southerly bounding on said lot to York street, and thence westerly bounding on York street eighty feet t* the place sf beginning. This lot is subdivided into five lots of 16 feet front on Fawn, formerly York street, by 96 feat deep to a five feet alley, as shown by the plat. 10. Also, all that parcel of ground in Balti more city aforesaid, which by indenture Sate* August Ist. 1825, recorded in Lib- W. G. It*. ; 176. folio 634, was conveyed by Samuel I - Don aldson to said William Stsuart in lee—begin- I ning for the same on the northernmost si*e of York street, and at the distance of forty feet ■ Dorib, sixty five degrees east from the northeast- ernmost corner or intersection of York and. I Gtanby street, and running thence north sixty five degrees, east bounding on York st. 80 feet, then north twenty live degrees, wet parallel to , Granbv st. one hundred feet, that is to say hall (the distance from York st. to Prince st then sodth sixty live degrees west parallel to Prince and York sts- eighty l'eet, and then by a straight line to the place oi'begilining. 1 his lot is sub divided into live lots Ironting l(i feel on Fawn, formerly York st. four ot which are B*3 leet deep, and one i)(i feet deep—as shown by the plat. 11. Also, the one undivided moiety or equal half part of and in all that niece or parcel of Ground situate and lying in the city ot Baltimore aforesaid, which was alioted and assigned to the saicl William Steuart.and his sister, Agnes Pentz, as tenants in common in severalty, by an lndeni ure or deed ol partition dated July 9th, made between the above named William Steuart and others, recorded in Liber A. 1. No. 219, folio 228, &c., to wit —Beginning for the same on the line of the west side ol the Centre Mat ket Space at the distance of ninety-eight feet, eight inches southerly from the corner formed by the inter section of the south side of "Water street, and the west side of said Market Space, and running thence southerly bounding on the west side ol Market Space 18 feet 5 inches, thence westerly parallel to>Water street seventy-one feet four in ches, then northerly parallel to the Market Space eighteen feet five inches, and then by a straight line to the beginning. . On this property there is a three story brick dwelling and store. 12. Also, all that part of a tract of land called Huntington, in Baltimore county, which by in denture dated Nov. 21st, 1823, recorded in Lib- W. G. No. 171, fol. 150, &c., was conveyed by James Carroll, senior, to said William Steuart, to wit, beginning for the same at a stone stand ing on the east side of the old York Road, and running thence south 82 1-2 deg. east til 1-4 per ches, north 42 deg. east 5 perches and 10 feet thence north 82 1-2 deg. West 67 1-2 perches, to the old York Road, thence bounding on the said I road south 8 deg. VV est 5 perches to the begin- j ning—containg two acres and eight perches of land more or less. The above is a most elegible j situation for a summer retreat. Plots of all the above property can be seen at any lime by calling on either of the subscribers. The terms of sale prescribed be the decree are one fourth cash, and the balance in three equal payments at six, twelve and eighteen months from the day of sale, with interests upon each payment from the day of sale. Notes with secu rity to be approved by tbe trustees to be given for the purchase money. Should further time on the credit payments be asked, there will be 110 ob jection to giving it. JOHN GLENN, ) Trustees JNO. H. B. LATROBE, \ rus,ees ' ap 25 eodts WTtt -A X t'LoTvEKS UKAWIM. cte I'AI VT VV ING, taughta': No. 39 Fay eltcst. 3 doors above North, between the City Hotel and the Post Office. For the benefit of those who are desirous of receiving instruction from MRS. JENNINGS, she gives notice that she is now forming classes in the above branches, and as her stay in Baltimore will he proportionate to her new engagements, early application necessary. Specimens of the work may be seen, and terms made known at her residence, ap 25 d4t* OTOP THAT THIEF!— Have jtoii a Cough, or Tain Sand Soreness in the Breast, or Hoarseness, that is insidious ly stealing away your health, and will soon intoduce that unrelenting and fell destroyer—Consumption, with its cold sweats and fever, to finish what is per haps alreadv begun? If such is the ease, delay not; but get a bottle of the COMPOUND SYRUP OF GUM ARABIC prepared by G. K. TYLER, and take some immediately. Hundreds in this city have used it, and will gladly testify to its superior efficacy in Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough, Croup, tkc. It gives almost immediate relief, and by continued use for a few days, will effect a permanent cure. Prepared only by G. K. TYLER, comer of East Baltimore and High streets, Baltimore. It is sold by W. K. Orrick, corner of Lexington and Eutaw sts., Balto., and in Washington City, by Robe.rt S. Patterson, F. Howard, D. S. Mitchell, and in George town by O. M. Linthicum. ap24-tt WATCHES: WATCHES :: WATCHE Cy ABRIEL I>. CLARK, No. 1, Water street, near iq Calvert t. Baltimore—Has just received a great vM-iely of gold patent lever, anchor lever, lepine, and other WATCHES, among which are M.I. Tobias' Har rison's Martinoc's, Johnson's and all other makers 1 have also Silver Spoons, Castors,* gold and silver Pencil Cases, Breastpins, Finger Rings, Thimbles, gold guard and flat chains, guard keys, gold and sil ver Spectacles; 30 hour and 8 day Brass Clocks; al so, Wood Clocks, of superior quality, just received and will be sold low. N. B.—Fine Watches of every description proper ly repaired and warrahted. Please apply to G. D. CLARK, Water st. ap2l 4tawlm * near Calvert. GKOUNIJ A IJCM Ai FIVE SALT. BUSHELS G. A. SALT, • 200 sack 3, large size, fine do. Eur sale by G. 15. WILSON & CO. ap 13 Smith's wharf. WHITE WHEAT FAMU .FLOUR. THE I'HUEHSKiVED offer ir laic I'atapsco White Wheat Family FLOUR, togteth with other aelctcd brands, to which they invite the attention of retailers, bakers and families. The Patapseo Flour is so well known in this State as t need from them no recom mendation, and they pledge themselves that the brands selected shall be equal to any in the market. NOKRIS 8e FAIRBAIRN, No. 2 Pratt, between Gay and Frederick sts. ap24 ASTO.VISHI.VG CURE. -This ii to certify that 1 was for a long time afflicted with a hod Cough and Cold which almost destroyed my voice, and brought on many other dangerous and unpleasant symptoms. — At the solicitation of a friend, I was induced to try the "COMPOUND .SYRUP OF GUM ARABIC." prepared by Dr. G. K. Tyler, when to my great sat isfaction, two doses produced a wonderful change, and the third dose entirely relieved me; and I there fore feel no hesitation in my reommending it to my friends and public generally. WM.J. HAWTHORN, Petersburg, Va. 9th Jan., 1838. Prepared only by G. K. TYLER, comer of East Baltimere and High Sts., Baltimore. For sale in Washington by Dr. S. Mitchell, and W. Gunton, and in Georgetown, by D. C. by O. M. Linthicum. ap24 LOSS OF TEETH BUPPI.IED. The belt arti ficial teeth, manufactured io thift city, art inserted at No. 7 Sharp street, on lower terms than at any other of fict, and on the mast elegant and natural manner.— The advertiser has for 18 years past been constant ly engaged in constructing for other dentists most difficult cases of teeth, and trusting to his own inge nuity and mechanical skill, be challenges any one in the city to produce of their make, teeth equal to his, either as single tseth, partial ar complete seta, or without artificial gums, im point ef beauty, manship, and the inimitable approach to natural teeth. Complete seta fixed by atmospherie pressure at half the charges made by other dentista, and warranted as war inferior to any in the profession. J. H. WIL.COCK ft D. agM and Dental Burgeon, 7 sharp si. | PEREMPTORY SALE. TRUSTEE'S SALE ky virtue ola deed f Mort gage. dated the 19th October, 1835, and recorded in the j Land Records of Baltimore County Court, in I.iber T. K. No. 253, folio 266, I will sell by auction, at the Exchange, in the city of Baltimore, on the 30th of April, at one o'clock, P. M. one fifth part of the Rose Hill Estate, being the portion conveyed to F.d mtind Gibson, Est], by deed dated the 9th May, 1835, and by him subsequently sold to Samuel Cameron, Esq. This property is described in a deed, from John Gibson and James Gibson, Trustees, to Edmund Gibson, bearing date the 9th tlay of May, 1835, and recorded among the Land Itccuhds ot Baltimore coun ty Court in Liber T. K. No. 248, folio 48 and 9, as all those pieces or parcels of Land, situated and being; in the city of Baltimore, and part of the real estate of Wm. Gibson, deceased and decreed to be sold bv said trustees, and which on a plat exhibited at said sale, are distinguished by the numbers 4, 8, 10 (lour eight, ten Respectively, and are of the description following: that is to say, beginning for Lot No. 4, marked on the said plat (a copy of said plat being now on file in the office of the Register of the 1 ligh Court of Chancery) at the cast intersection of Hod man and Madison streets, and running thence north eastwardly, bounding on Hoffman st. 769 leet 6 inch es to Garden street; thence southeastwardly bound ing on Garden street 75 feet; thence southwestward ly, parallel with Hoffman street 709 feet 6 inches to Madison street'; and thence northwestwardly, bound ing on Madison street to the place of beginning; and beginning for Lot No. 8, on the northeast side ol Madison st. (formerly Price street,) northwestwardly 170 feet 9 inches from the north intersection of Madi son and Dolphin streets, and running thence north eastwardly, parallel with Dolphin street 713 feet 6 inches to Garden street; thence northwestwardly bounding on Garden street 203 feet 9 inches; thence southwestwardly, parallel with Dolphin street 713 fret 6 inches to Madison street ; and thence south westwardly, bounding on Madison street to the place of beginning —and beginning for Lot No. 10 on the northeast side of Madison (formerly Price street) northwestwardly 770 feet 6 inches from the north in tersection of Madison and Dolphin streets, and run ning thence northeastwardly, parallel with Dolphin street 715 feet 6 inches to Garden st., thence north westwardly, bounding on Garden street 730 feet, un til it intersects the outline of the whole ground be longing to the estate of the late William Gibson, and running thence bounding on said outline, south 49 degrees, west 720 feet to Madison street, and thence bounding on said street southeastwardly 740 teet to the place of beginning. The terms prescribed by the deed are cash, but the mortgagees have consented to extend the credits as follows, to wit: one-fifth in cash at the sale, and the residue in equal instalments at 6, 12, 18 and 24 months, with interest—for the credit payments un doubted securities will be required. ap 17 eots JOHN GLENN, Trustee. ua UHE AUCTION BAKGAIhS I have just ic- IT B reiv. d from Auction, a lot of btack and while CMINI CALICOES. bought as irnperfect which will be sold4o per rent below the regular price—a few do7.cn Ladies and Gentle mens black silk Hose, at halfpricc. Also, a few pieces of 10 4 and 12 4 BARNESLEY SHEETING; and a further supply of ihose heavy 8 4 Barnesley Damask TABLE Di AI'ERS, lor which I have recently had so much demand; likewise a large lot of bleached and brown DOMESTICS, from the Eastern market, which will be sold by the piece, at Faclory prices; lo irether with a tare': assortment f other Goods, at extremely low prices. GEORGE BEVAN, ap 13 y No. 60 Hanover st C 1 HEAT lIAKUAIAS IN LINEN GOODS—I Jt am selling Superior Irish Lincm, Do. Sheeting, Table Damask and Diaper, and Damask Table Cloths, at unprece dented low prices. Call soon if you want bargains, at No. 89 Dal to. st.. 2 doors above South st. ap 13 J. EDWARD BIRD. J. 11. WILCOGK, SURGEON DENTIST, AND MANUFACTURER OF INCORRODIBLE MINERAL TEETH. No. 7 Sharp, between German and Baltimore sts. RESPECTFULLY solicits a call from those who need either partial or complete sets of AKTIFCIAL TEETH. Being-in possession of every improvement in the con struction of eases of Teeth, and also extensively en gaged in their manufacture, Mr. W. is now enabled to make a great reduction on the high charges usual ly exacted, and in a style no ways inferior to the most favored of his professional brethren. Aching teeth treated so as rarely to require extraction. Sealing, Filling, Extricating, £c. Btc. Decayed teeth carefully and penmanantly plugged with pure gold, and warranted to remain sound to the latest pe riod of human existence. N. B. Artificial Teeth out of repair, restored e qual in beauty and durability to their former state. ap24 dGuo PROSPECTUS FOR THE PILOT, - A WHIG NEWSPAPER, (gbitcb cmi> pubUsljcfc btj IDuff <&reen. The undersigned proposes to publish in Balti more, the PILOT EXTRA, in pamphlet form, of Double Royal size, from Ist May until the 15th November, for ONE DOLI.AU, payable in advance. This paper will be devoted to the support of the election of the Whig candidates for Presidency aDd Vice Presidency, and this prospectus is issued under the expectation thai efforts will be made to give it an extensive circulation, as the means of counteracting the influence ol the Extra Globe. The Post Office Department alone furnishes a corps of some fifteen thousand men, most of them active political partisans, organized for the distri bution of the Globe. This influence may be coun teracted by an active co-operation on the part of the young men. The Pilot is established under the auspices'of the Whig party of Baltimore; of the Whig members of the State Legislature, and of the friends of Gen. Harrison in Congress; and the undersigned is encouraged to hope that the Whig Young Mi_of the Uuitud States will re- TERMS— Pr We miiy Pilot. "—■ Dollars. Single Daily Paper, ' " " * " Two Cents.- Semi-Hackly, r Fimn Dollars. trEXTRA, J-JR 'ifSWKSiSi. 1 dollar. MVUIKiO ft. SWBSCHIBERS' NAMES. POST OFFICE Dshf imi.wwkU . I Eirtr . ■' - ■'■* ■ 1 • 1 "" 1 1 1 " 11 FOR SAIiR, LEASE, OR RENT, ANDIMMED IA T E POSSESSION GIVEN, THAT VALUABLE SQUAREOF GROUND, bounded by Front and Plowman streets, Jones's Falls, arid Still bouse alley, on which is erected the BALTIMORE PRINT ING and BLEACHING WORKS. The main building ha*a front of 110 feet oil Front street, by a depth of 46 feet, with drying room* of 45 feet sqiatrc on the second and third sto ries—one other Building fronting 50 feet on Plowman street, and 75 feet on Jones's Fall*, with a drying room of the suine dimension* on the second story—one other Building fronting 35 feet on Still Home alley by a depth of 20 feat—the second storv of the same dimensions, all of brick and built in a sub stantial manner with several other buildings for stills, steam engine*, Single apparatus, Carpentershup, &c. &e. with two steam engines and four wrought iron boilers; Printing Ma chines, (one of which is three coloured, made by Newell and equal to any in the country,) copper shells, blankets & blan ket frames, hot rooms, one large steam drying machine, made by Collier; Friction Calender iron press, plates, and boards, with all the machinery and fixtures requisite for bleaching, eyeing, printing and finishing 10,000 pieces of cloth per month. There is in the dye house the largest spring of pure water that is in the city, in which there are two puinps work ed by each of the engines that throw into four large cisterns, placed into the upper part of the building, 180 gallons per minute. The machinery has not been in use more than 12 months, and is in complete order to commence operation at any time, the whole in fee. ALSO,—That DESIRABLE PROPERTY on the corner of Baltimore and Green streets, fronting 97 feet on Baltimore street, and 150 feet on Green street, at present occupied by Riclmrd Crew as a Wagon Tupegn. ALSO,—A two story BRICK DWELLING in good order, fronting 23 feel on the north side of Baltimore street; the Lot cxtendii% 160 feet to ParK Lane, on which vbere is a good Stable. ALSO, —A LOT fronting 32 feet on Baltimore street, near Pine, extending 150 feet to Park Lane. ALSO, —150 feet of GROUND on the north and **uth side of Fayete street, near Pine. ALSO, —60 feet of GR( HJND on the south side of Lexington street, by a depth of 100 feet, with the privilege of a 3 foot al ley to Vine street, and the right to build on and into the cast wall of Pascanlt Row. Title indisputable. Terms of sale—l-3 in 6 months, 1-3 in 12 months; the re maining 1-3 may remain on the ground rent. ap2-law4w VVM. W.M'CLELLAN* II OR RENT—A very comfortable two story BRICK . DWELLING HOUSE in Pearl street, a few doors North of Saratoga street. This house contains a passage, two par lours, pantry and kitchen down stairs; four chambers above, and two rooms in the garret. The rent will be §2OO per an num, and possession given immediately. Apply to JESSE T. PETERS. Next door below, or at the a P '3 Corner of Market it North sts. TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SEGARS. THE SUBSCRIBER continues to manufacture the above articles, and is prepared to sell on the most rea sonable terms. He lias constantly on hand SWEET SCENT, SMALL LUMP, SMALL TWIST, and all other kinds of TOBACCO, and SCOTCH, RAPPEE and MACABAU SNlJFFofthe best quality. Together with a large quantity of the various qualities of CIGARS. For sale wholesale and retail by CHARLES INGRAM, n P2-3t N. E. corner of Pratt and South sts. HN H. KNAPP, DENTAL SURGEON, N. IV. Cor r • ncr of Charles and Fayette sts., Baltimore , supplies country Dentists with TEETH of all kinds, Gold Foil, Files, &c. &c. all of which can be sent by mail, when ordered. a P 9 PAPER. —Low to close sales. 92 reams IMPERIAL TAPER, 90 do Medium do 12 do Red envelope do For sale by JAMES BRUNDIGE, a P 19 d 68 South street, Bowly's wharf. HOLIJOAY AI M'KISLEY, VENETIAN ISI.IM) MAKERS, No. C North Gay street, opposite New Christ Church, Baltimore, makes to order VENETIAN BI.INDS, PATENT SPRING SHUTTER BUNDS, SHADES, CURTAINS, and all other fixtures appertaining to the screening of Windows or Doors, cither inside or out. Also, Curtain Fixtures for Dry Goods,' and other * tores, made in the best manner and shortest notice— Country Merchants and others, dealing in the Venetian Blind way, can be supplied with any quanity, at the shortest notice and most reasonable terms. CffT-Old Blinds repaired or taken in exchange for new ones, ap 1.1 s rrOBACCO, &c.— .ML 0 boxes "J. Hare's" Sweet Cavendish TOBACCO |BS do "Keen fit Hare's" do do do 24 do "P. Labby" pound lump do 150 do Small Lump 12 k. 16 lbs. to the various brands 225 qr. boxes Havana SEGARS "Muda" brand 167 qr. and eighth boxes do do "Jaques" do 104 tenth do "Cizarillo Embuetto" 500,000 Domestic manufacture, various qu:dilies [benture -85 bales St. Domingo LEAF TOBACCO, entitled to de -60 do Cuba do do do For sale by 8. D. WALKER Co. ap 13 eoßt P No. 50, S. Gov st. FRED. 11. KNAPP, DENTAL SURGEON AND MANUFACTURER OF IMPROVED MINERAL INCORRUPTIBLE TEETH, performs all operations in Den tal Surgery, according to the late scientific improvements in the art.—Office N. W. Corner Charles & Fayette sts. ap 9 eo TABLE CLOTHS.—Just rtceived from auction, 160 Damask TABLECLOTHS, of assorted sizes, some very superior, which can he sold very low. Also—7-4, 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4 Damask Table Linen, Biid Eye and Russia DIAPER, &c. 2 cases Irish LINEN, veiy heavy and cheap. SANGSTON & WHITELEY, No. 135 1 2 Baltimore st. ap 13 dtf? 4 doors below Light st. solve that, Post Office Department may send the poison of the Globe, the antidote of the Pilot shall be administered. All that we ask is to be heard by the people. It is for them we speak, and if we can get a hearing we have no apprehension of the result. The people will vin dicate their own cause and hurl their oppressor* from office. Baltimoie is a central point. The Pilot will be surrounded by active, intelligent and ardent Whigs—old and young. The meet ing of the Convention in May, will enable the young men, to complete an efficient party organi zation, and give to the editor the means,of extend ed usefulness. He asks the press, throughout the country, to insert this prospectus, and the friends of the good cause, especially the young men every where, to exert their influences in obtaining sub scribers, to be forwarded by the earliest possible day, through their friends in Congress, or directly to him in Baltimore. - DJffF GREEJT.