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Ail adver tisements ordered in till forbid, will be charged fifty cents tor cuch subsequent insertion. ggUgglSgg FIFTH WARD TIPPECANOB CLUB. At a regular meeting of the slh ward Tippecanoe Club, held •n the evening of the 28th inst., the following preamble and resolutions offered by Nicholas S. Jones, were unanimously adopted: Whereas, we have seen with mingled fcelingsofindignation and regret, the proceedings of a meeting of persons held at the house of Mr. Hugh !'orter,on the 2la of April, 1840, wito assumed to themselves the name of the "Democracy of the Fourth Ward." We feel Indignant that any body of men could be found in our loved city, so lost to self-respect, so alien to the ordinary courtesies of life, as to denounce the great party of Whigs of the United States—a party whose in tegrity of principles, identified with the interests ol the me chanics, industry and enterprise of the Amen-.ill people, en title them to lite respectful consideration of every mail of no ble or generous feelings, their disinterested patriotism, sin gleness of purpose, and devotion to the prosperity and wel fare of the productive classes, should have shielded them from the gravelling imptition of being "themonarcl J/itrrfonjirti/;" and this meeting recognises in this gross departure from histo rical truth, refinement and decency, a spirit of depredation utterly at variance with the American character, and calcu lated only to bring disgrace on its authors, exciting disgust in the mind of every enlightened man and true patriot—and they feci regret, that the mover of said resolutions could, in the pursuit of partisan objects,.forget that "difference ofopiu ion may be tolerated, where reason is left free to combat it." The letter and spirit of our constitution, and the genius of our free institutions, all concur in giving a well defined and in disputable right to all, to canvass the measures of the govern ment. In the free and untrammelled exercise of this right, the very essence of liberty exists; and if the American peo pie should ever be despoiled of this inestimable heritage, we •liould behold tyranny of the most odious character, erected on the ruins of that freedom, which was consecrated by tile toils, blood and treasure of the men of the revolution. There fore, .Resolved, By this meeting, that in thus noticing the resolu tions referred to, we do not do so from any motive of respect to the opinions of the mover, but to the persons who com posed the meeting, many of whom, were doubtless led astray by a blind confidence in the veracity of the author of the rc •Dlutions, but whose reckless disregard of truth, in uttering as facts things and declarations which they knew to have no foundation in fact, cannot fail to win for said mover the pity of such of bis own party, whose political principles are not its loose as bis own, and whose morals are too pure to permit them to wage a war against the attributes of truth, and to become the libellers of tite good and virtuous. Resolved, That in denouncing the Centra.' Committee ap pointed at Cincinnati to correspond on. behalf of the peoples' candidate, Gen. IVil'iam H. Harrison, Bin self-styled Demo cracy of the fourth i Vard have through their acquiescence in the censure of their indiscreet moutii pieee, condemned the conduct of the friends of Gen. Jackson, who instituted just such a committee at Nashville during the Presidential can vass, when ho was a candidate for the same high office! that if the institution of such a committee by the mends of Gen. Jackson, was right and proper, it cannot he wrong in those of Gen. Harrison, (especially as tltere is so much more danger in the present times, than in the former,) will he insisted up pon by men of kindred character with the author of the resqlutions in question,whose unchastened ambition and want of talents, may induce them to substitute forwardness for frankness, and slander for argument, as it is the province of the vain and "imbecile" of mind, in titeir thirst for distinc tion, to overlook the injunction, that "noble ends should only be attained by noble means." Resolved, That the assertion in said resolutions, that the "YVhigt are always concocting schemes to defraud the people of their dearest rights," is no less untrue than impudent,and could only have found fraternity in a mind destitute of politi cal honesty, and was used by its author to mislead the un wary. Resolved, That in the military and civil talents, private and public virtues of Gen. IVilHam H. Harrison, the American people have Utc strongest guarantee, which they could desire, that if elevated to the Presidency, lie will discharge its inqiort ant trusts, with enlightened zeal, disinterested patriotism and singleness of purpose—that when wo look tit the wisdom of his course as Governor of the North-western territory and of Indiana—his eloquent defence of the cause of the people and lite liberties of the country us Representative and Senator of the National Councils, or to his brilliant and successful ca reer as tile commander of the North-western army, we feel proud as Americans and patriots, in giving our support to so enlightened a statesman and general, anil that we hail with feelings of just pride the evidences of fitness for office which he lias received from the hands of Jefferson and Madison; that in our opinion, the confidence reposed in his integrity and capacity, by these illustrious men, in the successive ap pointment of ltiin to important trusts, and testimonials in his behalf, which calumny cannot gainsay, have erected forlorn a reputation too sacred to lie destroyed by his present reviiere. ' Resolved, That tve meet the assertion that Gen. William H. Harrison, used his talents and energies "in favor of the Alien and sedition administration of the elder Adams," hy tite declaration, that it is an UNTRUTH SO OLARINOLY NOTORIOUS, that its authors have not even the palliation of ignorance to excuse them from uttering the falsehood, as it is u matter of public notoriety; that so litr from I icing a politicifi friend of tile eider Adams, he was a warm and aide advocate of Mr. Jefl'er enn—having, on the lir.-t division of parties, espoused tiie Democratic course. Resolved, That in all tile public acts of Gen. William //■ Harrison, on record, us connected with the government, lie hai shewn himself no less liberal than enlightened; and therefore, that "emigrants" whether "German and Irish," or Qtty other origin would find, in liini a zealous friend,—one who SPKtNOINO ST.OH A PARENT WHO WAS A SIGNER OF TIIE DECLARATION OP INDEPENDENCE, ami tints inheriting LL love of liberty, will, ns lite Chief Magistrate of litis Union, do eve ry tiling within his power to promote titeir interests. J RetOived, That the assertion contained in said resolu- Aaon, "thatGeii. Harrison hurl never fought," is a falsehood too gross to emanate from any other than a heart steeped in forgetfulncss of truth, and losl to every honorable impulse thnt should animate a man. It is known that ns a subaltern, under Wayne, ami as commander of the North-western ar my, he was engaged in almost every buttle in the Western country; and as is said of him by Col. It. M. Johnson, who nerved under bint as tite commander of a regiment "HE HAS EOUOItT AND WON MOSE BATTLES THAN ANY OTHER AMERI CAN GENERAL LIVING." IN the face of testimony so respect able as that of the titan who has been elevated by their party so the Vice-presidency, we are at a loss to lind words to ex press our surprise, that men could he found to lend tliem f, elves for a purpose so unworthy of A rican Citizens. Resolved, Tlintin our opinion the utter disregard of truth, manifested by the eoneoetors of the said resolutions, the number of shameless falsehoods contained therein, render those engaged in their fabrication obnoxious to the censure of every good man, and true patriot, no matter to what party be may belong—as no earthly consideration can justify any body of men m slandering the "WAR-WORN SOLDIER," who has served his country with distinction in the battle-field, and contributed to elevate her moral standing by tite wisdom and patriotism of his course in her national councils. Resolved, Thai the several Whig papers of tills city and Rate, be, and thrfy are hereby requested to publish these pro ceedings, in order that the libel contained in those of the "Democracy" (?) of the Fourth wani, may be refuted mid the lublie mind disabused of the gross frauds attempted to be iractised upon it. JOHN ANDERSON, I'res't. JAMES 11. VALUANT, Sec'y. ■ i i CIDER. —10 bbls. "TIPPECANOE CIDER,'A superior article. Received and for vale by NORRI9 * FAIRBAIRN 4 No. B Fralt st. bet fieri Gay fit Frcd'k. YOUNG MEN'S NATIONAL PROCESSION, MONDAY, MAY 4, 1840. 'i'lie following gentlemen have been appointed As sistant Marshals. They are directed to meet on Horseback at "North Bend," 011 Monday morning next, the 4th of May, at half past seven o'clock pre cisely. The uniform frr the Marshals will be black hat, dark dress coat, white pantaloons, white gloves, and blue silk sash, with rosette on the shoulder Joseph J Parrott John (1 Proud Jr Francis T. McKinley Wm P Stewart A B Chamberlain J B Owens Alexander Owen Andrew F. Warner Jr James Williams John N Millington Thomas Bruff It II Coleman LJ? John Henderson Joseph C Manning 8 Bratt A W Bradford Levi James Jr. James L D Gill C C Egerton, Jr AC Ludlow Ignatius Abell Thomas H Morris 1 (avid Montsarrat Samuel J Pentz William Hope James Goll llu Humphreys Lewis Klockgetlier Adam L McLean J H O'Doltnell, John A Reeves James Jones Charles Mask C II Armistead William Peduzi A Gould Jr G W Krebs Hu Cunningham J M Hall William Callow Benjamin C Buck Robert Weir Thos C Monmonicr William I.eary Samuel Harris, Jr Phillip Littig, Jr Thorndick Chase Jr. Thomas DAllard J G. B( g's Neilson Poe. Alexander Gaddes S G W Teackle Andrew Ray, A J Bouldin James A Hendersou Francis Barker George P Kane O Horsey, Jr William Rea John Creamer J G Barnes John Lockerd Joseph Pearson, Jr Charles S Boarman Z Turner, Jr Robert Butler Francis McGinnis Thomas G Pitts Joseph B Thomas James Hooper Joseph Kreager, Jr J Nevitt Steele Thomas W. Jainieson Richard Duvall B Crane Wm M Chesnnt Charles Myers, Thomas Mullen, Jr Wm. M IJethcrbridge, George W Brown William N Baker Robert Lawson, Jr Charles Worthington, Jr William .Sherlock Elias T Griffin Robert Spedden Gerard J. Hopkins C P Durham T. W. Jay, David Cusliit g, Frederick Megenliardt. James Murray, Edward Weber. David Steuart, Jr. M. Benzinger, Edward Mitchell, John Ashbaugh, James Hooper, Jr. Otis Spear, Edward G. Dorry. Samuel'K George, PROCESSION OF THE YOUNG MEN'S NATIONAL CONVENTION, To be liolden on the Canion Grounds May 4th 1840. The CHIEF MARSHAL announces the following as the places where the Delegations to the Con vention will assemble preparatory to the forma lion of the Procession. The several State Dele gations will be formed by their respective Mar shals, in the order in which they are here stated eight ahreasl —at 8 o'clock A. M. precisely, at the following places, viz; 1. The New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware Delegations on North Cove street —right resting on Baltimore street. 2. The Maryland, District of Columbia, Vir ginia and North Carolina Delegations on South Covcsireet —right resting on Baltimore street. 3. The South Carolina, Georgia, Vermont, Tennesse, and Kentucky Delegations on North Pine Street—right rusting on Baltimore street. 4. The Ohio, Louisiana, Indiana-and Missis sippi Delegations on North Pearl street—right resiing ort Baltimore street. 5. The Illinois, Alabama, Maine, Missouri, Michigan and Arkansas Delegations on North Greene street —right resting on Baltimore street. 0. The Tippecanoe Clubs, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, (j, and the several German Tippecanoe Clubs, on North Paea street, right resting on Baltimore street. 7. The Tippecanoe Clubs, Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, on South Paca street, right resting on Balti more street. 8. The Presidentand Officers of the Baltimore city Delegations—the members of the Sub cominitlee of arrangements—the invited guests —the Harrison Convenlion of Baltimore city, and the Central committee on Baltimore street, right resting on Covcsireet, extending westward iy- 9. Such citizens ns wish to unite in the Pro eession, will join the clubs of their respective wards, and citizens of other States wishing to do so, will unite with their State delegations. 10. It is urged upon all to be punctual in as sembling at 8 o'clock, so as to enable the Proces sion to move at the appointed hour. ORDER OP PROCESSION. MUSIC. 1. President and Officers of the Baltimore City Delegation—Sub-committee of arrangemenls invited guests—the Harrison convention and central committee. 2. New Hampshire Delegation. 3. Massachusetts, do. 4. Rhode Island, do. 5. Connecticut, do. MUSIC. 6. New York Delegation. 7. New Jersey, do. 8. Pennsylvania, do. 9. Deleware, do. MUSIC. 10. Maryland Delegation. 11. District ofColumbia Delegation. 12. Virginia, do. 13. North Carolina. do. MUSIC. 14. South Carolina Delegation. 15. Georgia, do. 16. Vermont, do. 17. Tennessee, do. 18. Kentucky, do. MUSIC. 19. Ohio Delegation -20. Louisiana, do. 21. Indiana, do. 22- Mississippi, do: " POWER IS ALWAYS STEALING FROM THE MANY TO THE FEW." ss AL T S .?a Ose E, FOSIO AY, iTI A 11.1 8 fiO MUSIC. 23. Illinois Delegation. 24- Alabama, do. £5. Maine, do. 20. Missouri, do. 27. Michigan, do. 28. Arkansas, do. MUSIC. 20. Tippecanoe Club No. !• 80. do. do. " 2. 31. do. do. " 3. 32. do. do. " 4. MUSIC. 33. Tippecanoe Club No. 5. 34. do. do* " 6. 35. German Tippecanoe Clubs -30. Tippecanoe Club No. 7. 37. do. do. " 8. MUSIC. 3S. Tippecanoe Club No. 9. 39. do. do. " 10. 40. do. do. " 11. 41. do. do. " 12. 42. Each State Delegation will be preceded by a banner, on which will be represented the coat of arms of ihe Slate. The county and city dele gations and clubs areallowed to use suclt banners and mottos as iltey may think proper. 43. The procession will move in lite order in dicated above, at 8 1-2 o'clock precisely. Those delegations and clubs posted north of Baltimore street; as the column passes down that street, will left wheel, and join the column ; those on the south will right wheel, and so on in succession, untill all have joined the procession. ROUTE OF THE PROCESSION. 44. The procession will move down Baltimore street to Caroline street, down Caroline street to Bank street —out Bank street to Market street (F. P.) —down Market street to Fleet—out Fleet street to Canton, —the place of meeting. 45. No persons on horseback (except the Mar shals appointed by ihe Chief Marshal) will be permitted to join the procession, and to prevent confusion on the ground, no horses or carriages (with the above exception and such as compose a part of the procession) will be al lowed to enter the enclosure. The necessity of litis legulation must be apparent, and will be rigidly enforced. 46. All music brought into the procession will he under the control of the Chief Marshal and will be posted according to his discretion. 47. The delegations and clubs are requested to appoint their own Marshals, who will act on foot. 48. Should there be any Whig association not enumerated in the above, desirous of joining the procession, a post will be assigned them. 49. Thepavillion is reserved for ladies accom panied by gentlemen. 50. No person will be admitted into the enclo- j sure at Canton until the whole of ihe procession has entered. The assistant Marshals will be postedrwith the several delegations as follows: New Humpshirc, —Joseph J. Parrott, V. T. Mc- Kinley. Massachusetts. —Jos. C. Manning, John G. Proud, Jr., R. Butler, T. \V. Jamieson. Rhode Island. —T. W. Jay, A. B. Chamberlain Thomas Mullen, Jr.,G. J. Hopkins. Connecticut. —John Henderson, Thomas BrufT, E. Mitchell. Aew York. —G. W. Krebs, Neilson Poe, A. J. Bouldin, Wm. N. Baker, Win. Sherlock. New Jersey. —James Williams, J. G. Boggs, John Lockherd, James Murray. Pennsylvania. —A. W. Bradford, John L. Milling ton, J. L. D. Gill, Charles Myers, Joseph B. Thom as, Elias T. Griffin. Delaware. —Alexander Owens, Francis MeGinnis. Maryland. —George P. Kane, Joseph Kreager, Jr. Samuel Harris, Jr., Charles Worthington, Jr., J. B. Owens, A. E. Warner, Jr., D. Steuart, Jr. District of Columbia. —A. Gaddes, Sant'l Bratt, J. Hooper, Samuel K. George. Virginia. —Z. Turner, Jr., Jos. Pearson, Jr., St. G. W. Teackle, A. L. McLean, James Goll, David Cushing. .Worth Carolina. —C. C. Egerton, Jr., Ignatius Abell. South Carolina. —C. P. Durham. Georgia. —Win. Hope, Hugh Humphreys. Vermont. —(His Spear. Tennessee. —J. G. Barnes, B. Crane. Kentucky. —R. 11. Coleman, R. Lawson, Jr, Francis Barker, J. M. Hall. Ohio. —Thomas G. Pitts, J. Nevitt Steele, Chas. S. Boarman, R. Spedden, Hi git Cunningham. Louisiana. —B. C. Buck, Thos. C. Monmonicr. Indiana. —A. C. Ludlow, Thomas H. Morris. Mississippi. —James A. Henderson, ('has. Mask. Illinois. —A. Gould, Jr., C. H. Armistad. •Alabama. —O. Horsey, Jr., Win. Peduzi. Maine. —R. Duvall, Win. Chesnut, D. T. Mont sarat, John Creamer. Missouri. —Thorndiek Chase, Jr. Michigan. —E.J. Horry, Andrew Ray. •Arkansas. —Wm. Rca, Win. Lcary. Tippecanoe Club JVb. I—Levi James, Jr. u 2—Rob't Weir, P Littig,Jr. 44 3—Samuel J. PentZ. 44 4—Thomas B. Allard. 44 s—John A. Reeves, 44 6—Wm. M. Petherbridgc. German Tippecanoe Clubs. —Frederick Megen hardt, Edward Weber, M. Bcnzinger, John Aslibaugh Tippecanoe Club jib. 7. —James Jones, " B—G. W. Brown. " 9—James Hooper, Jr. 44 10—Lewis K lock get her. 4 s 11—William Callow. 44 12—William P. Stewatt. By order, JAMES O. LAW, Chief Marshal. JAMES H.MILLIKEN, I WASHINGTON BOOTH, | CIIAS. H. WINDER, SAids LEVI FAHNESTOCK, | J. W. OSBORNE, J Baltimore, •April 30 1840. IjllSHiftH TACKLtfi.—Just received an assortment of superior TACKLE, consisting of 3,4 and 5 Joint WALKING STICK RODS 3,4 and 6 HAZLE RODS 3,4 and 6 Ash butt FLY RODS 60.100 & 160 yards SILK IIAIRdnd SEA GRASS LINES SILK, HAIR and GRASS LlNES,furnished per gros Common THREAD anil COTTON LINES, furnished per ARTIFICIAL, FLIES, all soils gros Gilt, Gimp and Ijlair SNOODS Virginia, Limerick and best Kirby HOOKS,bv the 1000 or r otherwise SWIVEL'S BOOKS, furnished complete Also—A general assortment of WOODEN WARE, Twine and Cordage, BRUSHES of all kinds, for sale at very reduced prices by DIJIyEHART te CO., 101 1-2 Baltimore street, between South U. Calvert sts. Country Merchants and others are invited to call. Tiia nk ful for past favors, tliey solicit a share of patronage. ap3 M^DA-RDINGL —Six oreightgeufieineusail iwoor tine & lamilie csi be act ill in listed with good board at No. ".7 A a " set street, over the stole of Messrs. Hayward be Wtlmer, on very reasonable terms, if immediate ap plication is made. ap 28 ijj AXV vIXTit'K.—CHARI.ES ti. PITTS, AADJAB. IlLd Is. STEWART, ATI OIINEYS AT LAW, Lave RE MOVED to the office IN FAYETTE BTKEE7 1 . a few dmts east of St. Pai i street, opposite Barnutri's Hotel, 'f lit y may be fi unil at all times, during business hours, vviicn not eng -ged in Court, or absent from the city. In the a licence of either of till 111, the oilier will am ~.! f.b-1-ii.es'of th ...die . ap 13 "JOSEPH WTST'JSWART N'J. 6J, BJILTIMOR i. STREET, Ol'I'OlTE TRIPO LETT S JILIEY. e-VVE on hand a good assortment of RUSSIA IPON and brass mounted COAL GRATE s, BRASS AN DI RON 8, SHOVELS aid TONGS, FENDERS, STAIR RODS, KNIVES a,,d FORKS, ISRITTANIA WARE, WAITERS, CANDLESTICKS, BRITTANIA LAMPS, Block Tin FAUCETS, all sizes, of the best quality, UM BR ELLA STAN DS, SPIT BOXES, .vc. They are prepared to put on COPPER, TIN" and ZINC ROOFING, m the best manner. ap 9 ■feJIUW MOUSE LINK BE LAiNi-..-,. a .-pie,unci J. Ml Assortment, from $4,50, for 10 yard patterns, to $8,50; 22 dozen Net Scarfs, from 44 to 62 1 2 cts. en it; G-i duz. Gauze Handkerchief-, 95 cts. each; 100 doz. Cotton HOSE and HALF HOLE, fron, 10 cents up, justreceired and fur--ah- by 'B. U. WRIGHT, a!sco3t No.'I.M Baltimorast. CHHAP l-'Olt CASiL FPnilE subcriber respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he is manufacturing 6 si quality PEG I'D BOOTS lor $5,00, and Sewed BOOTS for .$6.50 ail other work iu proportion. Work made at the above prices ■mostbe paid for on delivery; such as may be booked, will be charged at its lormer rates. JAMES D. ROSS, No. 3, North Street. Op; osite the Franklin Bank. N. B. All work done by him will be warranted as to neat ness of fit and durability. lie respectfully solicits patronage, and hopes, by his endeavors to please, to merit a libera) support. apl3-LL J. D. ROSS: "Sjjp"ANTED.—TWO or THREE_ ff-Th ADY HANDS V T can find employment, (on the ladies' brat.eh •by calling immediately at the CHEAP SHOE STOKE, No. 106* Prat at. n,ar Eutaw, wherotbe subscriber is manul.during L A. IKS' SHOES of the best quality, for the low price of ONE DOL LAR PER PAlß—and also Misses and Children's at the usual prices. A general assortment of evs'ern Men's, Boys' and Youth's is HO K.S, always on hand—he also makes to order, MEN'S PUMPS, all of which will be sold low FOR CASH. Those wishing them by the dozen, can be supplied, with from one to tweuty dozen pair, aud a liberal discount made for the cash. TRUNKS —TRUNKS—TRUNKS.—A geueral assort ment ofliAIR 'I'RUNKS aiwaysen hand. ap 16 4t JOHN BANGS.. fjl)H£ SUBSCRIBER hating lost, by the late fire in '£ Washington, part <f his newspaper files, wishes to pur cltase "The United States Telegraph" from Jan. Ist, 1.834, up to the time it was merged iti the Reformer. The latter paper, ("The Reformer") during the whole time of its publication. "The National In telligencer," for the years 1523 and 4—and from Au gust 31st, 1828 to August 31st, 1829—and from July. 1533, to April Ist, 1840- -and the Globe from August Ist, 1833, up to tha prr sent time, ap 22 DUFF GREEN HNXTKA FIVE TEAS AT RETAIL—Gr-en and .old Black TEA, of the latest importation and highest grade. h'. POLLOCK, ap 21 d.3tn No. 10, Balto: st. near Bridge. j7) U ,14* PtWUi-A lew bbls., l-.rsule be ll € ap 13 G. B HOFFMAN* BROTHER. N YOKIi Double refined lonian,! ciushed SUG AR, a: • rtlail; Mocha and o'.d government Java COFFKE de. if POLLOCK, No. 10, ap 21 d3ra Balto: st. near the Bridge. SALE— A per ol gcutle, well broken and elegant . bav carriage HORSES,at agnat sacrifice. Enquire oi the editoa or at God-lavri's Livery Stab'es. an 14 tf nMW'KA SIIFitiUIUK BLACK TEAS. Just re i t reived. a small invoice of delicious flavored Pekoe and Pouchong TEAS, to whioh the attention of c„un,,i-eurs is re spectively invited. For sale by MARCUS DF.NISON, ap 13 31 BaJtmore street, j I .HURON EMESTS IN DENT i. SI RHEBY. j —lt has tor many years been a great desideratum among European and At,.,-rican Dentist to manufacture TEETH from incorruptible materials, which should imitate tite artifi al living teeth. Many have devoted years to unsuccessful experiments,and o liters have succeeded in manufacturing Teeth ollaa.erials simi lar to tin porcelain ware. hut generally Uuy l,a,r an opaque j white apjaaraucr, by wltieh they are easily uistiuguisheu trout tiie human Teeth. Alter long and tedious experiments, ihe subscriber lias sue eroded in mxnufuc'.uring Teetb ol' mates ials tnturiy tucorrup title and perfectly in imitation ol human Teeth. They l.avu a sciri transparency and arc made of various size and shades. Incases where absorption ol" the alvtolarprocess, or other causes may render it necessary, lie w ill cast ol the sauie materi als attached to the Teeth: artiti-ial gums, v.htch ih.ll imitate the Gum and supply the loss of substance. It is entirely impossible lor these Teeth to chaßge their color or cause foe ted brt a'.h. He will invert them from ouc to entire sets, ins uch a manner that they will make articulation of the voice perfect, and ma ter ally assist in mastication, and to that they cannot ledistiu guished from the beauiilul natural living Teeth by the most scrutinizing observer. lie also performs all the various operations in Dental Sur gery, according to the late scientific improvements in the art. Tncfolloiring testimonials from gentlemen u'tose re.yectabiii ty needs no encomium, art rcsptcijully submitted to the / itkhc. FYoui N.R. Smith, professor of Surgery iu the University ot Maryland. BALTIMORE, 0ct.38, 1836. 1 have examined specimens of incorruptible Composition Trcth, manufactured by Dr. F. 11. Kuapp, an ingeuious Dentist of thiscity. In their form, color etc. they admirably imitate the natural Teeth. Being completely incorruptible bv the agents which aflict the Teeth, and also apparently very strong, they must be peculiarly fitted for the purpose for which thev were dengued NATHAN'R. SMITH. From Professor Ducnlel. Having examined some Artificial Teeth prepared by Dr. F- H. Knap, and learned from him what are the principal ingre. dirnls that tuter into their composition, and the nature ot the material* by which they are colored, 1 am inclined to think that they will prove, as he represents them to be, incorruptible. Dr. Knapu, haviug moreover acquired the art of varying ihe colors of tne einttiiel which covers his Artificial Teeth, is there by enabled to impart 10 them a more natural appearance than such Teeth arc usually found to pos-ess; a chcumstanee lhat w ill doubtless render them more acceptable to the public. J. T. DUCATEL, M. D. Prof, of Chemistry in the University of Md. From S. K. Jennings, Professor of Matuia Medusa, TKcra venttm, ti'c. m the W- shm%ton Medical College of Maryland. Having been favored with an inspection of a considerable number of incorruptible Artificial Teeth, which were manu factuitd by Dr. F. 11. Kimpp, I cheerfully concur iu the opini ou expressed iu respect to iheiu by Professors N. It. Smith and J. T. DUCK tel. SAM'L. K. JENNINGS. He has also received the must flattering testimonials iu favor of his improved Teeth from Prof. Thomas P. Jones, author of Conversations on Chemis ry, Prof. F. May, Prof. 11. Lindslay, ! Professor J. C. Hall, and Prof. Thomas Sewrll, Washington D. C., and very many other gentlemen of the first standing of this country. He offers these Teeth for sale to Dentists on the most favora ble terms- Teeth, Gold Foil, &c. 6sc. sent per mail when or dered. F. 11. KNAPP, Surgeon Dentist, N. W. corner Charles and Fayette gts. Baltimore, ap 9. d A SOUTH WITHOUT TEETH IS A MOUTH WITHOUT CHARMS." IN H. KNAPP. DENTAL SURGEON, N. W. Cor. • ner sf Charles and Fayette st*. would call the at'ertion of the public, to the preservation of the TENTH. Milljous of Teeth are now prcmatarely lost which might be preserved by timely and judicious trtatuuat; those, therefore, who value the preservation of thvir Teeth will pleave give him, a call as well as those who imty r--quire artificial or.es inserted, and he warrants to perioral his o|iatious to the en i e a-Uitfaction 0 f hose who may houor him with their patronage, ap 9 Saw | NEW SPRING DRY GOOD 3. R ICARUS, BETO <4 CO. lei BALTIMORE STREET, are jufct receiving per Leila, and by purchase I in ilifi country, a hatidsome a-sortmcnt of Spr.ng DRY" 1 GOODS, which in point uf style, w ill compote with any other in the city. It comprises the following- PRINTS, ol new and bautiful fclyles, Plaid and triped Embroider d MUSLINS Printed Lhaii- and JACONETS Cambrics, Swi-s, Mull, Jacout Is and In ia Lawn Alpaca, Persian.and Saxouy CLOTHS D'Orsay, Russei and ot cr Cuttm, DRILLING Plain and Ikncy Bleached and Brown LINEN DILLL- L! NO Black and White GINGHAMS lrih Lmeiif, H< linnd SILESIAS Aprun Clucks, Marine SHIRTINGS Brown Iri h Linens, BURI AP*. Ac. .V®. We will sell the above on very low terms for cash, or to | punctual dealers. ap 13 df fc.t/I'.ft I.wtdu, I Comer of Eutaw arid Baltimore streets, Baltimore. rjn 11 8 HUBriCR IBE/1S respect fully iiifr r.n the patrone JBL thin esttblishui*nl, their friends, and tiie public gene r - J ally, that they have associated themselves together for the I purpose of conducting the same. The EUTAW fIoUSE was completed and first opened in 1826, at which time it was I furnished throughout in too wry best manner, arid without i regard to co>t. The comfort and convenieiice of its interior I arrangements, its high and airy location, combine to render it i proverbially pleasant and healthy. It s pnticulrirlv well a ; dapted for t!ie accommodation of FAMILIES and L \I)IES, having a great number of Private Parlour-, Lades' Ordinary, j and n splendid Drawing Room, with private entrance on Bal timore street. In every re.-pect, the Eutaw House i- second to none in Use United States, and it is the intcnti n a id firm | determination of the proprietors, to gpnre no v. er ions to ; promote the comfort and gratification of their patrons, and at : rare* at which no exo p ion an he taken. The stock of • IVIXMS and LI QUO Ex on hand, has been mostly impoited expressly for V'e use of this establishment, or from j the private stocks of some of the most celebrated counois eurs of the city. The BJITHS attached to the house are in complete order, and open at all tunes for the use of the 1 gUCcU. AS AH EL HUSSEY, F. IV. ELDER, (Late of the firm of B. S. Elder 5c i.'O.) I Baltimore , April 2. ItMO. W.lOtt SAliici —I h- subscri.tr will tt-il at pro ate salt, BT the IA IT ana DWELLING HOUSE lately occupied by | him on Mount Vernon Place, martl.e Washington Monument. ( The lot is about 38 feet trout by |(ji) deep. The House is large, corn's ing id a basement and 3 stories, having 3 rooms on 1 a floor, die fust two 20 feci bv Irt, and the third 1(1 by 19- It j has a good bath hou.-e and e\i ry convenience lor the accoinmo ; datiun ofa family. Po-stssiun vvi 1 begivtn immediately. For terms of sale apply to the 6ubscrihr. Persons desirous to purchase may at any time inspect the ! premise. J. P. KENNEDY. SHOE THREAD. 1,1 LARRABEE, No. 20, S. CALVERT STREET. Jo Imporcraud Dealer in SHOE THREADS, TOOLS, | and >HfJE FINDINGS in general,lias net ived by the lat- arri vals from Liverpool,a large assortment of SHOE THREADS, I viz: Brown, Green, half Bleached, V\ hue and Yellow , war j ranted of the best qualities: and has iu st re a fine selection of I Shoe'IODLS and FINDINGS, ti/: Mioe Knnei, Pincers, Hammers, Awl Blades, Awl Hafts.Shoe Rasps, Kit Files, Pegs of all sizes, Boot Welting, Linen and C-tton, Bout Cord, cut and ca*l>ktoe Nails, cize Bli<*ks, Shoe Krisths, *c. .Vc The abou* goods warranted of the besi quality, am! wi;J oe sold upon as good t rms as the qual-ty,cau be had for in this or any other city. A'so on hand, L\STS of every description ofthe latest fash i' it, and made of die best limber. Dunkp'sCelebrated PASTE J BLACKING. Country Merchants will do well to call before purchasing | eIM-whep'. ap 9 eoßt 4 hSi ;iiiUaliiUEAT JbOlt Jim. SALE.— That haudsomdy fitted paud eligibly situated | store, at the N. E. corner of Baltimore and Eutaw : sts., will be disposed of on very liberal terms, (if soon i applied for.) To one well conversant with the apoth lecaj-y and mineral-water business, an opjiortunity is sow • fibred seldom to be met with from its proximi ty to the Eutaw house, Globe and Wheatfield Inns, i and the patronage it already receives, renders it one of the most desirable situations in Baltimore. En quire at this office. ap2l eod-4t * PAiA ilAb, AAD JAi'A XUAbr. subscriber wou'd inform the public that lie is prrpar ft ed lo do any kind of Japanning, House, Sign or Fancy Paiating. Flags, Banners, Aprons, Devices, See., done with neatness and despatch, at his establish ment in German st., east of Kutavv, on truly accom modating terms, for cash down. ap 20 4t* E. THURSTON. 1 IJiiuSPECTD;—K or publishing by subscription, the drama of WEST i'OlNTj or, a Tal£ or . | Treason —by Joseph Hreck, Esq. In consequence of the numerous solicitations of . friends, the author of the diania entitled "West Po t " ,!r a Tale ol Treason," ha# consented to its publico . <D i' of This play is a dramatic picture of the hold ai treason oI Benedict Arnolu, and ol the arrest •* . nn K tio-.i of tiajor Andre, the British JSpv, durin 4 , ecu ' lutionary War. g , He Revo lt was adapted to scenic represenlaii , . . Bteck, Esq. The original tale is from t' J " - do ®fP'' lessor Ingraham, as published in the P e " . v j ew ° ' 1 Democratic Ro- The dramatist has been kindlv In - , , • , ical EPILOGUE, by John H. ii ™'shed with a poct- PUOLOUUE, by K. Horace Br .f™ 1 "- Ls T a " d a '®° a liou- will accompany the publii HI, Esq.; which produc ils value .Alton, thereby enhancing Subscribers w ill be furnis' , . , . I per copy, ou delivery. WIIJI ll,e wo,k at 35 cls (O'Uopy-righi secured o*Copies ol the Pro- * cipal Bookstores, win ra " , be a( lhe P'-' solicited subscriptions are respectfully JOSEPH BRECK. . csr 11UK ItK.V, ... t No. II Wat *kr CELLAR under the'-Pilot" Otlice I ki.nlv atibe offic- " btt r "' uj "nj reasonable term., I _L!_i apt! T* 11." st '''HEATitE HOUSE. that "l • / ®® cr lßEß respectfully infonns the public B Alt is w /*- Iras taken tlie above celebrated Tavern. Hi, hone."V si " t,,cked wiUl ll,e chota * RIQUOBS, anh he and ess the personal and respectful attendance ofhiuiaeH ■ Ve-.i ' s . l:u,u to secure a share of public patronnce .nee- *?* e ROOM suitable fog public, society, or nrivute J "S*> lß Itmched to the premises, which can'he had 1 PI "cauon to the proprietor, for such occasions eruti, F'jT&ssgsfrsaxjrssa country BELLOWS, for Brazier., Jeweller, or Blacksmiths, all iL , • I,d ' reduceJ price., wholesale and reUil. an „ J • K- STAPLKTON & SON, C 268 Baltimore street. FiSIS t V, .1.-. iKyrusrsa a Sperm Oil, which with a full ..wriuient ,f carefuily ,circled Fan..lvOrocene., will be sold at wh.le.al, or reud, ~ be lowe.t market price, for caih k, , ' ' MARCUS DENISON, P _ 31 Baltimore .treef. IftilQlHAiftlD) J a MATCMSTTi #ob anb Sack printer, Over K, E. Corner Gay and Lombard street* HAVIXO KKCIKTLT ADDEO X VARIIiTV Or ORNAMENTAL TYPE AND OTHER ARTICLES. oi. d ° wnrk ■ hii line in a superior uaauec, sad en accommodating terms. ' All the haw BUakalbr tale. No. a.