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Shipping Intelligence.
PORT OF BALTIMORE, MARCH 3.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Henry L. Gaw, Iler, from Philadelphia—mdse
to J. A. Shriver.
Steamship Wm. Jenkins, Hallett, from Boston via Nor
folk, where she stopped to put 011 board the L". S. Steamer
Colorado, 50 men from the receiving ship at Boston— mdse
to H D. Mears.
CLEARED
Steamship Caledonia, Layfield, New York—A C Hail
Schr. John Perkins. Closson, New York—Kel3ey & Gray
Golden West, Pearl, New Bedford—S. Phillips & j
Angelia, Leman, New Bedford—T. Whitridge & j
Steamer Commerce, Vaughan, Savannah—James Gir- !
▼in.
Steamer Belvidere, Keene, City Point, Va.—J. Brandt, j
Henry L. Gaw, Iler, Philadelphia— J A. Shri- |
Bark Justice Story, Atkins, Havana—Morrell & Ran-!
dftll.
SAILED.
Schr West Dennis, Crowell, Charleston
Schr. Christopher Loeser.' Snow, Havana.
Brig Highland Mary, (Br.) Davison, West Indies.
ARRIVALS FROM BALTIMORE.
Brig Robert R. Kirkland. Knight, St. Johns P. R , 13th 1
ult.
Brig John Marston, Young, Demarara, 3d ult. •
Schr. Nightingale, Baker, Norfolk, 28th ult.
CLEARANCES FOR BALTIMORE.
Steamship Piedmont, Willets, New York, Ist inst. (
Brig J P. Nickerson. Nickerson, Matanzas. 20th ult.
Schr. J. D. Kinsey (not bark J. D King.) Crawford. 1
Havana, 22d ult.
MEMORANDA. ]
Steamship Joseph Whitney, Hawes. hence at Boston
Tuesday afternoon.—Per tel. ]
Ship Jane D. Cooper, Collins, remained at Havana 20th
ultimo.
Steamship City- of Norfolk, Green, from Baltimore for t
Savannah, was passed ou Sunday last, at 11 a. m., in lat
34.42, lon. 75.56. i *
Entered for loading at Liverpool, 7th ult., ships Martha
Post, Thompson, for City Point; 10th, Flora McDonald,
Caldwell, for Baltimore; 11th, Alexauder, Bain, for City
Point
At Mavagues, about Feb. 9th, bark Laconia, Bearse.
from Baltimore, discharging; brig Anna Prentiss, Douglas,
from do., waiting; schr. Ann Elizabeth, , from Nor
folk, just arrived.
At St. Thomas, 12th ult., ship Edward Everett, Gunby,
for New Orleans; 17 th, schr. Just in a Bandel, Peterson,
waiting.
Schr. Margaret, Reinhart, from Baltimore for Boston,
with a cargo of corn, went ashore on the Hedge Fence,
Martha s \ ineyard. 28th ult., and remained morning of Ist
Instant.
Brig Storm King. McFarland. for leeward, ayid schr.
H. D. Mears, Snow, for Laguayra, sailed from St. Thomas,
9th ult
Brig Charles Heath. Colson. from Norfolk, arrived at
Portsmouth, N. H , 26th ult.
Schr. John W. Dodge, Daley, for Baliimare, sailed from
Newburyport. 27th ult.
Schr Rosa. Ferris, from Norfolk, arrived at Beverly
27th ult.
EASTERN PORTS.
NEW YORK, March 2.—Arr. steamships Augusta, Sa
wannah; Columbia, Charleston; bark Palermo, Palermo;
schrs. Lane, lalmouth, Ja.; C. L. Vandervoort, Richmond;
W. P. \\ illiams. Wm. Clark. Santee and Rockaway, all
from A irginia Cl'd bark Antagonist, Buenos Avres; brig
Sea Foam, Naples.
PHILADELPHIA, March I.—Arr. schr. A. Corderv,
Georgetown. S. C. Cl'd achrs. Jonathan May, Trinidad:
Fannie, Barbadoe3.
BOSTON, March I.—Arr. steamship America, Liverpool;
barks Moneynick, Charleston; St. Mary, Havana; schr.
Snow Squall. Norfolk. Cl'd ship Squantum. Calcutta;
bark Wanderer, Buenos Ayres.
SOUTHERN PORTS.
RICHMOND. March I.—Arr. schrs. S. R. Allen, Boston;
E. A. Dehart, and Joseph P. Ames, Rockland; Sultan. Hal
ifftx; Austin, Attakapas.
NORFOLK. February 28 —Arr. schr W. H. Johnson,
New York.
WILMINGTON, February 28.—Arr. brig Lydia Stover.
Portland.
CHARLESTON, Feb. 28.—Arr. steamship Isabel, Hava
na: brig Knock Pratt, Matanzas: schrs. Caroline Grant,
Boston: Reindeer, Ponce.
SAVANNAH. February 26—Arr. scl.r N. B. Borden.
Cardenas. Cl'd schrs. Cameo. Matanzas. Marv Wise Ha
vana.
NEW ORLEANS, February 23. Arr. bark Margaret.
Philadelphia. Cl'd ships Ocean Monarch. Weser, Joseph
Howe, and Thomas Jefferson. Liverpool; Memphis, and
Mississippi, Genoa: brigs Transit, Barbadoes; Handv King-
New Vork.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Cape Uatteras Beacon Light. —Official notice is given
that in confequence of the encroachments of the sea upon
Cape Hatt#ras Point, the Beacon light has been removed
600 yards from the extremity of the point
The light is of the sixth order of Fresnel. 25 feet above
the mean ievel of the sea. exhibited from an open frame
work structure, surmounted by a lantern, and the entire
building is painted red.
The light should be seen from coasting vessels, under
ordinary states of the atmosphere, six miles.
I. M. SINGER Co's,
IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES,
THE BEST EVER OFFERED FOR FAMILIES AND
MANUFACTURING.
SOUTHERN SALES AND EXHIBITION ROOMS,
105 BALTIMORE STREET.
tt?" To Clergymen of all denominations, and Sewing
Societies attached to Churches, we offer our Family Ma
chine at half-price.
W E BRODERICK,
fe24 tf Agent.
THE BALTIMORE COUNTY ADVOCATE, pub
lished at Towgontown. is offered to the business men of
Baltimore as an advertising medium It has been pub
lished by its present proprietor over eight years , and com
menced its ninth with a largely increased circulation. Ad
dress E F. CHURCH,
®rl-2t. Towgontown.
GIBB'S FIRST prsmii M
$l5 SEWING MACHINE,
JOHNSON'S PATENT sftO ELASTIC STITCH MACHINE.
The above Machines for FAMILIES, MANUFACTU
RERS, Ac., are not EXCELLED by any other MACHINE
for beauty of STITCH and durability of work on all kinds
of materials The labor of hours becomes the pastime o
minutes. Every MACHINE SOLD by us kept in complete
running order the first year, free of charge to the purcha
ser. Salesroom, No, 99 BALTIMORE ST.
L. D. CHASE, Agent
WHF.ELER WILSON MANUFACTURING CO'S
IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES,
For Families, Manufacturers and others
[Send for the Company's Circular.]
Office and Sales-room,
126 BALTIMORE STREET, American Building,
,T22 ,R W. MERRILL, Agant
EVANS & HOYT'S
GREAT SOUTHERN GIFT BOOK STORE.
ESTABLISHED NO. 41 BALTIMORE ST.,
The most extensive and only original Establishment of the
kind in the If. States.
EVERY PURCHASF.R RECEIVES A GIFT
VARYING IN VALUE PROM 50 CTB. TO $lOO
GIFTS.
Patent English Lever Gold Watches, each val. at $lOO 00
Patent Anchor Lever Gold Watches, " 50 00 i
Ladies' Gold Watch, 18 karat cases, " 36 00
Silver Lepine Watches, warranted, " 12 00 i
Parlor Time Pieces, (Eight Day,) •• 10 00
Cameo Setts. Ear Drops and Pins, " j0 00
Ladies' Gold Bracelets, valued from $5 to 12 00
Gents' Vest Chains, each valued at 10 00
Gold Lockets. (Large Site,) " 10 00
do do (Small Site.) " 300
Gold Pencil Cases with Gold Pens, •' 5 00
Extra Gold Pens, with cases, " 3 60
Ladies' Gold Pencils, " 2 00
Gold Pens, with Silver Pencils. " 2 00 i
Ladies' Gold Rings, 44 2 00
Gents' Stone Rings. 44 2 60 i
Ladies' Gold Breast Pins, 44 1 50 -
Misses' Gold Breast Pins, 44 1 50 i
Gents' Cluster Bosom Pins. 44 8 an
Pocket Knives, 44 100
Setts Gents' Gold Bosom Studs 44 2 50 '
do do Sleeve Buttons, 44 250
Paris Ladies' Gold Ear Drops, 44 2 50
adies' Gold Pens, with Holders, 44 1 50 i
Ladies' Pearl Card Cases, 44 5 00 !
Ladies' Cameo Breast Pins or Ear Drops, 44 500 1
]<adies' Shawl or Ribbon Pins, 44 3 50
Ladies' Mosaic Jet, or Florentine Pins, or
Ear Drops, 44 4 50
Fetridge k Co's Balm of Thousand Flowers, 50
Miscellaneous Gifts, varying in value from 50 cents to 1
$25.
"P S Personal attention given to Hlling and answer
ing country orders promptly. Persons residing at a dis- 1
tauce will be treated with the same liberality as if present
at our Store.
feb22 ly.
SAMUEL HARRIS & SONS,
BANKERS, STOCK, EXCHANGE AND
NOTE BROKERS,
No. 196 B A L TI Af O R E STREET
COLLECT on all accessible points in the United States
and Canadas, promptly and on favorable terms.
BUY and SELL CHECKS and UNCURRENT BANK
NOTES, at low rates.
NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER and STOCK LOANS, and
buy and sell on Commission STOCKS and SECURITIES
in this and other markets.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS in Bankable or Uncurrent Funds
and transact the Banking and Exchange Business in every
department. mli4-dly
'JPRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE:
A PROPERTY —On THURSDAY, March 26th, I will
offer for sale, on the premises, the large four-story BUILD-
S' ' ATEL -V occupied by the Phoenix Meter Company, No.
44 Holliday street, nearly opposite the old City Hall" The
improvements consist of a four-story Building and Back
Building, fronting 23 feet 9 inches on Holliday street, and
tunning back 77 feet 6 inches to a ten feet alley. The
whole is in good repair, and contains a Brass Foundry and
of ork s ßops. built expressly for the manufacture
0!? ' and suitable for any other manufactory of
sufficient for all pur
poses can be had from the proprietor of the adjoining pro-
Tlie property is subject to a ground rent of $lOO per
annum, payable half yearly. 1
wDh™nt°eret' e am^se 4 '' Ca *' 1 ' the ba,ance '* months,
Trustee * 10 the of the
CHARLES MARSHALL, Trustee,
mh4-6,10,13,17^dts
OPANISH PIG LEAD— 30lonTfoTsalefciv
OJ. CROSBY,* SON. 15 Bowly'g wharf. „h 4 t , Y
SUMAC— 200 bags lstquaUt7 Sicilv for salp
by J. CROSBY k SON, 15 Bowlys wharf- Ls .!
SHIPPING 12's JUST RECEIVED AND
for sale by WARWICK, FRICK A BALL
mr * tf 80 South street.
IVROTICE.— A meeting of die members of the
AND FLOUR EXCHANGE will be held on
KaATI , 6th inst.. at 10 o'clock ."A. M., at the rooms of
the Association. A full attendance is desired, as theques
tion of a new location for the Exchange will be submitted
to the subscribers. JOHXS. WILLIAMS,
mr3 -*i President
A NEW ERA IN PHOTOGRAPHY
P L. PERKINS-
No oo £* TXOPO J- 1T AN GALLERY,
A L L TOP OPPOSITE HOLLTDAT
A,h - E VARIOUS BRANCHES OF
and no humbugTsed to "ILL* "foment
P's new , cheat or deceive the public. Mr
.-!"7 n ; nt " )n °f producing Life-Size Pictures from
"o fhem MrK°e?k C b ANVAB J , ? e,d,n,nLU on of *1
baa tonJ l ! K " k L°ven, the Great French artlat
22™ for coloring, in his beautifulstyleths
1 Th * public win pieass call and ass. fe22-in.
OLLIDAY STREET THEATRE."
MESSRS. KUNKEL & CO, Lessees.
MR. JOHN T. FORD, Sole Manager.
Thursday Evening. March 4.1858,
To commeuce with the Comedy of
DELICATE GROUND.
Citizen Sangfroid, Mr. C. Matthews.
Pauline, Mrs. C. Matthews
To be succeeded by the Magical Sketch of
GUN TRICK.
Agustus Trinklet. the Wizard of S. S.
I W. by S Mr. C. Matthews.
j Buttons Mrs. C. Matthews
To conclude with a new Comic Sketch—the
HEAD OF A PIN.
1 Mr Gatherwood Mr. C Mathews.
RATES OF ADMISSION:
Dress Circle, Parquette and Orchestra Chairs 50 ots
Family Circle and Galleries 25 cts!
ItVDoors open at half-past 6, performance to commence
at half past 7 o'clock.
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME
—OF—
MR. VANDENHOFF'S READINGS.
IN consequence of MR. EVERETT'S CHARITY
LECTURE, on Friday night, the evenings of the re
maining readings of Mr. Vandenhoir will be as follows •
AT CARROLL HALL,
TUESDAY. MARCH 9 —A SHAKSPEARIAN OLIO or
Scenes and Dialogues from the most admired plays' of
the great dramatist.
THURSDAY, MARCH 11—AX EVENING WITH THOS '
HOOD, including Readings and Recitations of his Poems!
SATURDAY, MARCH 13—AN EVENING WITH SHFR '
IDAN, including "THE CRITIC." j
By Readings to commence at 8 o'clock.
By Tickets for the Course, admitting a lady and gen- '
tleman $2.50. Single tickets for the course, $l5O, and sin- I
gle admission 50 cents. For sale at the rooms of the Mercan
tile Library Association, at the principal Bookstores, and '
at the Hall on the evenings of the Readings. mh4 dtf i
CA RRO LL HALL!
THIS EVENING.
#yTICKETS 25 CT3. RESERVED SEATS 50 CTS \
PEAK FAMILY,
OP
EIGHT MEMBERS, AS
HARPISTS, VOCALISTS, AND LANCASHIRE
BELL RINGERS.
NEW PROGRAMME EVERY NIGHT
Mast. EDDIE and Little LISETTE
TWO NEW BALLADS,
And Characteristic Pieces.
The celebrated AMERICAN HARPISTS , in Instru
mental pieces, on
TWO HARPS AND HARP SOLOS,
With the entire TROUPE OF EIGHT, AS VOCALISTS
AND BELL RINGERS.
WEDNESDAY' AFTERNOON CONCERT to take place
at CARROLL HALL.
N. B.—Concert ou.SATURDAY AFTERNOON at MARY
LAND INSTITUTE, when the children will be admitted
at 10 CENTS.
of commencement at 7\ in the evening—and
3% in the afternoon.
fe2o
CITY OF' BALTIMORE WA T E R
WORKS —NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS —SEALED
PROPOSALS will be received at the office of the Water
Board and Chief Engineer, No. 17 North street, until MON
DAY , April 12,1858, at 5 P. M., for the following described
portions of the above named works.
Plans and specifications of the three tunnels on this work,
will be ready on and after April Ist. Their lengths will be
respectively as follows:
One tunnel of a length of about 800 feet One of about
1,100 feet in length. And one of about 2.500 feet in length.
The shortest tunnel will require one shaft of a depth of 55
feet. The second one will require two shafts of a depth of
56 and 66 feet respectively. The third will require five
shafts, with depths varying from 44 to 75 feet. Each will
have its appropriate length of open cut and conduit.
Water Is expected in all of the tunnels.
Proposals are required to state the price per cubic yard
for the excavation in the tunnels and shafts, and in* the
approach cuts; also, to state the price in full for all the ma
chinery for pumping water, air and the labor of removing
all the materials of any and every kind which may be
found In them.
Proposals are required separately for each of the tun
nels.
Proposals must al9o state the price per cubic yard for the
brick work in each of the tunnels.
The contractors to furnish American Hydraulic Cement
of the best quality, and such as wili be approved by the
engineer or inspector in charge of the work.
The Bricks will be furnished by the Water Board.
The Board reserve to themselves the right to dispense
with the brick work in the tunnels, if, in their opinion,
during the construction of the work it should be considered
advisable so to do.
The Board also reserve the right to reject any proposal
which, in their opinion, is for the interest of the city so to
do.
IfcThe work to be commenced on the Ist of May.
By order of the Water Board,
CHARLES P. MANNING.
mh3-lawsw Chief Engineer
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS
PUBLIC SCHOOLS, BALTIMORE. February 26,1858
—Sealed Proposals for the following described' SCHOOL
FURNITURE, will be received at this office until the Bth
day of March, 1858, inclusive.
For the Primary School Building on North Eutaw
street—
-64 PUPILS' DESKS, 42x16 inches, Cherry
2 Teachers' do, large size, do.
6 do. do. small size, do
128 STOOLS, with Cherry or Ash tops.
32 SETTEES, 70 inches long.
56 do. 64 do.
2 Common OAK ARM CHAlßS.'cane seats
12 do. WINDSOR do.
For the Primary School Building on Schroeder street
70 PUPILS' DESKS, 42x16 inches, Cherry
2 Teachers' do. large size, do.
4 do. do. small size, do
32 SETTEES, 62 inches long.
32 do. 57 do.
140 STOOLS, Cherry or Ash tops.
2 Common OAK ARM CHAIRS, cane seats
8 .do; WINDSOR do.
For the Primary School Building on Frederick stn-et—
-24 PUPILS' DESKS, 42x16 inches, Cherry.
1 Teachers' do. large size, do.
1 do. do. small size, do.
12 SETTEES, 60 inches long.
48 STOOLS, with Cherry or Ash tops.
1 Common OAK ARM CHAIR, cane seat
2 do. WINDSOR do.
Samples of all the articles can be seen at this nffice,
where any information may be obtained. The Pupils''
Desks differing from the sample, are to have oak bottoms
one inch thick, and are to be supported by cast iro pil
lars. of proper height and strength By order,
HENRY POLLOCK,
RICHARD W. BROWN,
EDWIN A. ABBOTT, '
fe27-eo4t Committee on Furniture.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE.
S. K OWINGS.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
FOR THE THIRTEENTH WARD.
OFFICE, ST. PAUL'S STRZZT. BETWEEN FAYETTE ANI LEX
ma3 8m INOTON STREETS.
FOR SALE.—AT THE OLD STAND
of the late firm of GRIFFISS & CATF. all kinds of
building material, from White Pine Shingles to Jackson
ville Timber; also, contracts for Frames, Sash, iioors
Shutters and Mouldings; all of which will be made in
the best manner and of good material, together with all
kinds of work done at a Planing Mill; all conducted by
trusty and experienoed mechanics. A. CATIt,
fe24-tf Corner East Falls Avenne and Fawn Street.
KEERL, ET At vs. KEERI,, ADMINISTRATOR.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF BAL
TIMORE CITY. IN EQUITY.
This first day of March, A. D., 1858. Ordered that the
lease and sale, made and reported by THOMAS M. KEF.KL.
Trustee for the lease and sales of certain real estate of
HENRY KEERL. deceased, be ratified and confirmed, un
less cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the
first day of April next, provided a copy of this order be in
serted in some paper printed in Baltimore, once in each of
three successive weeks, before the said first dav of April
next. The report states the amount of sale to'be $1,300,
and the annual value of the property leased to be one hun
dred and fifty dollars.
True Copy. Test. Z COLLINS LEE
GEO. E. SAXGSTON,
mr3-law3w. Clerk.
OFFICE MARTLAND GAS COMPANY,
CORNER BALTIMORE AND ST. PAUL STREETS, UP STAIRS.
THIS COMPANY is furnishing the most
complete and only reliable Gas Machine for the use of
Private Houses. Churches, Hotels and Public Institutions
ever offered to the public.
By their comparative small cost and profitable working
results, these Machines recommend themselves to the at
tention of residents of small towns and villages. Thous
ands of certificates, from parties now using our Machines
can be furnished.
Apply at the office of the Company, as above, by person
or by letter. fe22-6m
ELLICOTT & HEWES,
59 EXCHANGE PLACE,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
(with particular attention paid to the sale of BUTTER.)
At all seasons of the year, we have every grade and
style of BUTTER, and as we are the Agents of the Dairy
men, receiving it direct from the farms, we think that we
ought to be able to give entire satisfaction in price and
quality. Now in store and arriving—
-80 Packages of prime Goshen
50 Tabs and Firkins of New York State.
950 Kegs of Glades.
200 Kegs of Western Pennsylvania.
65 Kegs Virginia.
150 Kegs and 10 Bbls. Ohio—3oo very small Kegs for
shipping, and 30 Bbls. prime fresh Roll.
Also—3oo Bushels DRIED APPLES and PEACHES 70
stF' ?. f LARD, 60 Boxes EASTERN CHEESE; 9,000
KNIFE BRICK; 80 Bags GROUND NUTS- 9 Boxes Vir
ginia PIPE HEADS and 3 Bales WOOL. fe22-tf
C. WEST & S 0 JV,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ETHEREAL OIL. ALCOHOL, (all proofs 1
COLOGNE, SPIRITS, CAMPHIXE, LARD OIL, LINSEED
OIL, be.
Our facilities for manufacturing being large, we are pre
pared to offer great inducements to persons' purchasing
goods in our line.
Manufactory, 306 West Pratt street, Warehouse and
Counting Room, 115 West Lombard street, between Light
and Charles. fe22-tf.
HALL & LONEY,
COMMISSION AND SHIPPING MERCHANTS,
BALTIMORE, Md.,
A&1 PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES on
Flour, Grain, Provisions, be., consigned to their friends
in Liverpool, London and Glasgow They attend to the
receiving, at, and shipping from Baltimore, without any
charge of commission to the shipper. fe22-tf
DAM SNIVRLRT. sT W~~COO£I.
SNIVELEY & COOKE,
No. 5 Commerce street,
Baltimore.
Wholesale dealers in
BUTTER,
CHEESE, AND
' , . PRODUCE
I Qwrv l f LARGE, WELL SELECTED and FRESH
I * nd - d e*le" are invited to give us a call.
I "BCTTER for EXPORTATION PACKED with great
CMre - fe22 lm.
W A L —WILLIAM HENRY
mto V? vo 2 d VKD from L" old stand. No.
whlt * RArT STREET, one door West of Gay
hTm a rJli .Jo e ,' nriUs f ' ien d, a <d the public to give
rnr Twiv? stock of SEINE TWINE,
TARN CARP ft™ tv t E ', COTTON LAPS COTTON
TWINF P,,1 „ IN - LAMP WICK, WRAPPING
TWlXfc, riax Hemp, Broom and Bottling TWINES Rus-
BDd CORK-WOOD,
m . IV ', RBS CHURNS, MATS
......Li Ac . at Wholesale and Retail
SPINNING WHEELS made and repaired
SEINES KNIT and HUNG to order
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, MARCH 4, 1858.
§usiittss Carts.
R. HORACE LOVE. CHARLES V. MARTIN.
LOVE, MARTIN & co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
For the sale of WESTERN PROVISIONS & PRODUCE.
5 EXCHANGE PLACE. BALTIMORE.
fe22ly.
FRANCIS DENMEAD7
Manufacturer of RYE AND BARLEY MALT,
CITY MALT HOUSE, West Falls Avenue,
BALTIMORE.
! N. B —Hops constantly on hand. fe22-ly
i J. H. STICKNET. H. C. REED.
STICK XEY & CO.,
DEALERS IN
CUMBERLAND AND GAS COAL,
PIO AMD BAR IRON, NAPL S, <t C.,
EXCHANGE PLACE,
j fe22 tf. Baltimore.
LIND & MURDOCH,
ARCHITECTS AND SUPERINTENDENTS,
No. 1, 2, 3, and 4, McEI.DOWNEY S BUILDING,
| fe22-lm.
E. B. GRANT. J. B. GRANT.
G RANT BROTHER,
r COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
NO. 61 EXCHANGE PLACE,
fe22-tf. Baltimore.
J' OHN W. BECHTEL,
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
AND
STOVE AND FURNACE MANUFACTURER,
Nos. 93 N. EUTAW AND 46 ST. PAUL STREETS.
) fe22-6t. Baltimore
JAMES WHITEFORD,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
SPEAR'S WHARF,
Baltimore.
Receives and sells FLOUR, WHISKEY, and all kinds of
| Country PRODUCE. fe22-6t.
J' OHN S. WILLIAMS & BRO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
52 COMMERCE STREET,
| fe22-tf. BALTIMORE.
rL WM. W. JANNEY, LOUIS STOW.
ANNEY & STOW,
PRODUCE AND GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
, No. 101 SOUTH STREET,
fe22ly Baltimore.
j JOSEPH CARSON. U O. VICKERT.
JOSEPH CARSON & CO.
WESTERN PRODUCE
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 43 AND 45 LIGHT STREET,
Baltimore
i Liberal advances made on consignments. fe22 tf
CVOURTNEY & CUSHING,"
' TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
65 SOUTH GAY STREET,
E. S. COURTNEY, BALTIMORE.
C. E. CUSHING,
J. A. COURTNEY. fe22-tf
JLYLEOIAIIKE &T:0.,~
• IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO,
SEGARS, SNUFF, &c.,
No. 106 WEST LOMBARD STREBT,
Baltimore. fe22-tf
RICHARD B. CHENOWETH. WILLIAM J BOOTH
CHENOWETH & BOOTH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IN '
FOREIGN WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, SCOTCH AND
IRISH MALT WHISKEY,
AND
DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
No. 159 North Gay street, J
Baltimore.
Bourbon, McnoogaLeta, Rye and Rectified Whiskeys j
constantly on hand. fe22-lw.
C" A R N .
P. C. MARTIN,
DISTILLER AND DEALER
EXCLUSIVELY IN FINE OLD WHISKEYS,
No. 108 NORTH HOWARD STREET,
fe22 lm 3 doors South of Mulberry street, t
ICHARDSON &. CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSON MERCHANTS,
No. 67 EXCHANGE PLACE,
Baltimore. mrl tf
HALL & LONEY,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 56 BUCHANAN'S WHARF,
BALTIMORE, I
Give particular attention to consignments of SUGAR
MOLASSES, COTTON, COFFEE, RICE, FISH, PROVIS- |
lONS, FLOUR, GRAIN, &c.: also fill orders for same.
fe22 tf
WT. WALTERS &. CO.,
* IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES <C LIQUORS.
NO. 68 EXCHANGE PLACE,|
LOMBARD STREET,
BALTIMORE.
A large and very fine stock of OLD RYE WHISKEY
on hand. fe'24-tf |
T. T. MARTIN. WM. R MARTIN. !
T. MARTIN & BRO.,
X . IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
LIQUOR S —and
General COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 72 CALVERT ST., (one door from Pratt).
mal-tf Baltimore.
RSNOWDEN ANDREWS,
• ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT. j
7 & 8 CARROLL HALL,
fe23-lm Baltimore, Md.
JOHN F. PICKRELL, LEWIS WARRINGTON.
JOHN F. PICKRELL &. CO.,
GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
40 WEST LOMBARD STREET,
Baltimore.
fcT"Liberal advances made on consignments. fe24-tf
JMornegs.
. STOCKETT MATHEWS,
A TTORNE Y AT LAW,
OFFICE No. 1 COUNSELLOR'S HALL,
(46 LEXINGTON STREET.)
Baltimore,
Will attend promptly to all kinds of business appertaining
to his profession. fe22-tf.
CHARLES E. PHELPS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 2 LAW BUILDINGS,
Continues to practice in the Courts of BALTIMORE CITY
and HOWARD COUNTY. fe22 tf.
OBERT D. BURNS,
A TTORNE T AT LA W.
NO. 5 COUNSELLOR'S HALL,
fe22 tf. LEXINGTON STREET.
IT FRISBY HENDERSON,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
COMMISSIONER FOR PENNSYLVANIA,
No. 6 COUNSELLORS' HALL,
fe22 tf. Lexington street.
JOHN PRENTISS POE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE NO. 25 LEXINGTON STREETS,
Practices in the Courts of BALTIMORE CITY, and BAL
TIMORE and HOWARD COUNTIES. fe23 2aw6w
FK. HOWARD,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
fe23 eod2w 24 LAW BUILDINGS.
TJOSEPH ROGERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has removed to 83 W. Fayette street, above Charles,
mrl-tf.
jankers nnb
PURVIS & co.T ™"~""
BANKERS;
NO. 208 BALTIMORE STREET,
Buy and sell all kinds of UNCURRENT MONEY. TREAS
URY NOTES, SIGHT and TIME DRAFTS, make COLLEC
TIONS on all parts of the United States, and transact all
other business pertaining to Private Banking on very lib
eral terms. m2-*eotf
McKl.il & CO.,
BANKERS, BROKERS AND EX
CHANGE DEALERS,
CORNER BALTIMORE, AND BT. PAULS STREETS.
Purchase and sell FOREIGN and DOMESTIC EXCHANGE,
negoeiate Loans and Business Paper, Purchase and sell
stocks and securities. Make Collections on all prominent
points in the United States and Canada, make advances, on
Stock, and other Collaterals, receivedeposits, and transact
Banking Business generally. fe22 3mos
JOHN S. GITTINOS. BENJ H WILLIAMS
JOHN S. GITTINGS ST CO.,
*J BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS,
CORNER SOUTH AND SECOND STREETS,
Buy and sell on commission Stocks and Securities of this
and other markets.
Advances made on Stocks; negotiate Time Paper and
.Stock Loans.
IFTEREST allowed on deposits, and balances on run
ning accounts. fe26 tf
GTPER I N E T
• STOCK BROKER,
fe23-lm. No. 24 SOUTH STREET.
faget fanginp.
PAPER HANGINGS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
HOWELL & BROTHERS, 260 BAL
TIMORE STREET, opposite Hanover, invite public
attention to their extensive PAPER HANGING WARP
HOUSE, and the superior stock of Paper Hangings con
stantly on hand.
The variety and extent of the assortment presents supe
rior inducements to purchasers, embracing as it does an
unrivalled assortment of FRENCH PAPERS as well as
new and beautiful papers of approved styles, from our own
* actory.
To this stock we are constantly making additions, as our
arrangements both at home and abroad, are complete for
receiving everything new in our business.
It would be needless to enumerate the Stvles as thev
are so varied, as to please all tastes, and are suitable for
Parlors, Dining Rooms. Halls, be
All paper put on in the liest manner, under the superin
tendance of one of the firm. Orders from the country
promptly attended to. d-lm
Y\TM. ROBINSON,
VT Nos. 4 and 6 ROLLINGS WORTH ST
Keeps constantly on hand, and for sale at the lowest market
rates, PERUVIAN, MEXICAN and other GUANOS OF the
? 6 , R QQ^ ITI I 9 ' BOXE I) UST, SUPERPHOSPHATE OF
LiMfa, <50., &C.
Also best quality Wood Burnt Lime, for building pur
poses. This Lime is manufactured at mv own quarries
and purchasers may rely on getting a No. 1 article- OF!
MENT and CALCINED PLASTER, of the Ct brands
BRICKS, HAIR be., be. CORN, OATS RYE CORN
MEAL, and ail kinds ofMill Feed. fe22 tf
MOUNT VERNONCO;
OFFICE, NO. 94 LOMBARD STREET.
Manufacturers of
COTTON CANVAS.
of all numbers and widths from 12 to 78 inches
ALSO
RAVENS DUCK. Seine and Sewing Twine. eod-lm
INGERSOLL'S IMPROVED PORTABLE
HAT PRESS.
We call attention to this press which combines greater
power and durability, requires less labor, occupies less
space, and costs Its* money than any other Machine for
baling Hay or Cotton, ever offered to the public For sale
at manufacturer's prices by JA. WESTON b CO.
MR It 41 Sooth Charles stree ,
s)nblic Stab.
N THIS THURSDAY, MARCHTTH.
at 11 o'clock, at the lower-end of UNION DOCK,
lIHDS. NEW ORLEANS SUGAR, part prime.
180 BBLS 1)0 MOLASSES '
SAMUEL J. SOPER k CO.,
I mr3-2t Auctioneers
MISS SEWELL/S
NEW BOOK FOR LENT.
NOW READY
| THOUGHTS FOR THE HOLY WEEK by MISS SEW
ELL, author of "Amy Herbert," "Readings Prepar
atory to Confirmation." &c,, uniform with "The
words of Jesus," &c.; 38 cents.
BOOKS FOR LENT.
! THE LENTEN SEASON; SERMONS BY EMINENT DI
VINES OF THE 17TH CENTURY; 75 cents.
MANUAL OF CONFIRMATION AND COMMUNION;
25 cents.
STEPS TO THE ALTAR; 25 cents.
1 THE CHRISTIAN MEMORIAL OF TWO SISTERS; 60
cents.
I LYRA GERMANICA.
| Very many books, suitable for Lent, embracing many
| London editions, not reprinted on this side.
JAS. S. WATERS,
244 Baltimore street,
k?" Agency for the Episcopal Church Book Society. It
rri. JOSEPH ROGERS,
A ATTORNEY AT LAW,
83 West Fayette street, above Charles,
Practices in the courts of BALTIMORE CITY, ANNE
ARUNDEL, and neighboring counties. All matters apper
taining to the profession promptly and carefully attended
to.
SCALES.
T FAIRBANKS PATENT
In store and for sale by
J. A. WESTON k CO.,
Sole Agents for Fairbanks Scales,
fe22-tf 41 South Charles Street.
RAT, ROACH AND
MOUSE EA'TERMINA TOR.
So housekeeper, having any regard for cleanliness,
would have their houses swarming with roaches ami mice,
when so effectual a remedy can be procured at trifling ex
pense. With a very little care no danger can accrue from
its use. For sale by Druggists in all parts of the country.
Prepared and sola by WM. J. NICHOLLS,
N. W. CORNER OF R093 AND BIDDLE STREETS,
fe26-lm. Baltimore.
T MPORTED HAVANA CIGARS.—
X Just received a choice assortment of the finest Imported
Havana Cigars. Also, Peyton Graveley's Tobacco.
THOMAS N. WEBB,
fe22-6t. Corner Mad : .9on and Garden streets.
CR RH E ROMANCE OF THE SEAS." ~
_l_ Notwithstanding the unprecedented advance
and scarcity of strictly prime and choice flavored GREEN
TEAS, we are happy to inform our patrons, that we hare
now on hand 100 chests FINEST YOUNG HYSON, GUN.
POWDER and IMPERIAL TEAS, per clipper ship Rom
ance of the Seas. The eargo of this ship is acknowledged by
all as superior to any inportatiou for the last 12 years.
The old price still adheres to $1 per lb, for finest tea. Also
on hand 300r chests Black and Green Teas comprising ev
ery variety, price and quality at the old established tea
corner. CHINAMAN'S TEA STORE.
fe22.lw 37 and 39 Baltimore St.
PAGE'S PATENT
XT PORTABLE SAW MII.LL
AND
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES.
These Engines are of four different sizes, two of them—
the two smaIIest—STRICTLY PORTABLE, and easily
hauled by four or six horses, according to the state of the
roads, being mounted on strong and substantial wheels.—
The latter Engines are adapted to all the purposes of the
plantation, as sawing, grinding, ginning of cotton, thresh
ing. &c. The two largest Engines are DETACHED; the
boilers, smoke stack, &c , being mounted on strong and
substantial wheels, can be removed any where with a team
of 6or 8 horses. NO BRICK WORK IS REQUIRED TO PUT
THEM IN FULL OPERATION. One of the two smallest
Portable Engines is fljf 10 horse power, the other 5; both
are well adapted for the purposes before enumerated,
which should recommend them to planters and farmers, as
it is obviously their interest to have such labor saving
machinery on their plantations, and in their neighborhood,
as they are so arranged as to be exempt from all danger
of fire. The three Largest Engines can saw from 2.000 to
10.000 feet of lumber per day, according to its respective
size.
GRIST MILLS FOR PLANTATION PURPOSES.
OF VARIOUS SIZES—PRICES ACCORDING TO SIZE
STUMP PULLING MACHINE
This machine is effective, light, simple and cheap, and
has been long wanted by agriculturalists. With two men it
can do the work of ten, and only requires to he seen to be
highly appreciated. Address
GEORGE PAGE k CO.,
fe2s-lawlot Baltimore, Md.
RE AT SAVING IN GAS.
BALTIMORE, Feb. 9th, 1858
MESSRS. JACKSON A CHANDLER:
Sirs: —We have been using J. H. COOPER'S LEVER
GAS REGULATOR upon our metre for the past six weeks,
and are satisfied that it economises from 20 to 25 per cent,
of Gas. The light is uniform and ample, aud all blowing
and flaring of the flame is obviated, and the escape of un
consumed gas prevented.
NOAH WALKER A Co.
As there is now great complaint about Gas bills the public
will find it to their intepest to adopt the above apparatus.
All orders sent to the office of
MESSRS JACKSON k CHANDLER.
No. 50 Holliday street,
will receive prompt attention. fe2s-lmo.
WM. GRANGE <fc CO.
SHIPPING AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO 119 W. LOMBARD STREET.
BALTIMORE.
LARGE STOCKS OF THE PUREST
RYE WHISKEY, OLD VIRGINIA PLANTERS',
ZfEGLERS, CONGRESS, BROWNELL'S, and other Cele
brated Brands, with every description of Brandies, Ports.
Sherries and other Wines, Rectified Whiskey, kc.. always
on hand at the most moderate prices. White Wine and
Cider Vinegar of superior quality.
Liberal advances made on Consignments of Mer
chandise generally, Western and other PRODUCE, Flour,
Butter, Cheese, Provisions, Raw Whiskey, Alcohol. Dried
Apples, aud Fruit generally.
Particular attention paid to the purchase and sale of Clo
ver and other Seeds, Grain, Tobacco, kc.
Orders promptly executed for every description of Mer
chandise, Groceries, Foreign Fruit, Packed Oyters, kc.
fc-22 ly.
€tas fitting.
J"~ H. McCALL &TcO^
. PRACTICAL
GAS FITTERS,
NO. 15 FAYETTE ST., UNDER REBEN HALL.
(BETWEEN HARRISON AND FREDERICK STS.,)
Baltimore, Md.
Dealers in all kinds of
GAS FIXTURES.
Stores, Dwellings, Churches and Factories fitted up in a
workmanlike manner. A large stock of cheap Gas fixtures
always on hand. All orders promptly attended to, and all
work warranted fe22-ly
GAS "FITTING AND FIXTURES.
BLAIR & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
GAS FIXTURES,
No. 366 W. Baltimore street, adjoining the Eutaw House,
BALTIMORE.
Gas Pipe introduced by experienced workmen and war
ranted free from leaks.
Re.gilding, Re-bronzing and' Silvering done at the short -
est notice. feb2s-lm.
6rotcries.
G-TTREESr&BROTH E IIS,
• 207 and 209 Pratt street.
CHARLES REESE & CO.,
CORNER EUTAW, MADISON and GARDEN STREETS,
Importers and dealers in fine and standard Groceries, offer
for sale a large and complete assortment of goods, selected
with great care, especialty for family use.
Their daily increasing facilities for obtaining direct from
the manufacturers and producers, both in this country and
Europe, the articles on sale, enables them to sell at prices
that will not fail to please.
Sole agents for the sale ofWinslow & Co.'s Preparations,
Green Corn. Peas. Beans. Tomatoes, Salmon, Lobster, &c.,
&c. put tip in hermetically sealed cans. fe22-6t
Jlgtifttltml.
J~ OHN~S.~REK.SE &~COZ
OFFICE OVER THE CORN EXCHANGE,
77 SOUTH STREET,
OFFER THEIR
MANIPULATED OR PHOSPHO
PERUVIAN GUANO.
PRICE REDUCED TO $45 PER TON, 2.000 lbs.
The most APPROVED, ECONOMICAL and EFFECTIVP natu
ral concentrated FERTILIZER now before the public.
Composed of equal quantities of best Peruvian and Pho9-
phatic Guanoes, and prepared in the most perfect manner
for its application to the soil, being entirely free from
lumps and coarse particles.
It is the NATURAL GUANO, and contains 50 per ct. more
Ammonia and Phosphatis than any manufactured Fertili
zer known. Its money value is $l5 more per ton than any
Phosphate or Super Phosphate now before the public,
mrl-eotf
P~ ERUVIAN AND MEXICAN GUANOS.
The best article ONLY for sale in lots to suit con
sumers. at lowest price, by
JOHN S. REESE k CO.,
mrl-eotf No. 77 South street, up stairs.
("NALTFORNI A GUANO
J FROM ELIDE ISLAND
I have now a supply of this GUANO direct from the gene
ral agent, and offer it to Farmers at $45 per ton of 2240 lbs.
In the American Farmer of February may be seen the
analys is of six distinguished Chemists, which analysis
shows an average of 13 per cent, of ammonia, (only 2*per
cent, less than the standard of Peruvian Guano,) and this
Guano being characterized by a large proportion of POTASH
AND SOLUBLE PHOSPHATES, it is confidently believed
that it will be found to be but little behind Peruvian in the
speedy benefit derived from the prompt action ofamraonia;
whilst in permanent benefit to the soil, it will excel the
best manufactured or manipulated Fertilizers. This GU
ANO is found in a rather finer state of division than the
Peruvian. It is put up in bags weighing about 150 pounds.
For sale by N\ E. BERRY,
fe22-10t. No. 63 Pratt street, Baltimore.
RHODES'
SUPER PHOSPATE OF LIME.
MANUFACTURED FROM FORMULA OF
DR. JAMES HIGGINS,
STATE CHEMIST OF MARYLAND.
EVERY LOT OFFERED FOR SALE REGULARLY
ANALYZED BY DRS. JAS. HIGGINS AND CHARLES
BICKELL AND FULLY WARRANTED.
In introducing this HIGHLY AUTHENTICATED
FERTILIZER to the agriculturist of the United States,
for the year 1858, we forbear any lengthened remarks, as
their intelligence is already informed of the value of
BONES TREATED WITH SULPHURIC ACID, producing
the bi phospate of lime, atld yielding SOLUBLE PHOS
PHORIC ACID. the efficient and indispensable nutri
ment of plants.
As many preparations are offered to the public styled
"Super Phospate." we have for our own, and the protection
of the agricultural community, surrendered up to Prs
Higgins and Bicfcell the entire scientific feature of the
RHODES' SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and every lot
offered for sale is regularly analysed by them and reported
to the public, which we conceive will be a proper caution
to the agricultural community to protect them from impo
sition in the many spurious articles now offered in the
market.
PAMPHLETS containing a detailed account will be fur
nished on application or forwarded per mail.
Packed in barrels and bags.
Price |45 per ton of 2.000 lbs.
Address B. M RHODES & CO.,
fe22-3m 141 West Pratt Street. Baltimore.
GUANO! GUANO!! PERUVIAN GUANO!!!
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
WE are now prepared to furnish this, of all
Fertilisers extant the most superior, as has been
tested by practical demonstration. It is an acknowledged
fact that almost all other articles of composts now in use,
and crowded into our markets, whether they be in the
form of Phosphatic. Compounded, or MANIPULATED
MANURES, derive their most vital ingredient from
PERUVIAN GUANO.
and in all cases it is to be presumed that if a mixture is
desirable, the Farmer alone should lie the only competent
and proper person lo make such mixture; therefore, we
invite all interested to give us a call, as w* can furnish to
such an unadulterated article.
ROBERT TURNER,
47 South Frederick Street.
N. B —All descriptions of FIELD SEEDS constantly on
hand. fe22 2w
§ssks anil jstatimwrj.
URAL AFFAIRS.—THE ILLUSTRK^
TED REGISTER OF RURAL ECONOMY AND
RURAL TASTE, with plans for country Dwellings, plant
ing pleasure grounds and all Farm and Garden processes.
1 vol. 12m0.; 440 engravings; price $1
ANNUAL REGISTER OF RURAL AFFAIRS FOR
1858—12 mo.; 130 engravings—price 25 cts. For sale by
LUCAS BROTHERS.
I fe26 eod4t 170 Baltimore struct
I NNILE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN.
! X. A Weekly Journal, devoted to Agriculture, Horticul
| ture, and the interests of the Farmer 16 Quarto page 9
' each number. Largely illustrated. Only $2 per annum.
THE CULTIVATOR— PubIished Monthly
32 pages Bvo. each No. 50c. per annum.
LUTHER TUCKER & SON, Publishers.
Albany, N. Y.
Subscriptions received by LUCAS BROTHERS,
feb26~law6w. 170 Baltimore St.
AUCTION STOCK, THE REFUSE OF
the publishers, never purchased by us; but our cus
i lemurs are invariably offered the best, in editions, variety
ar.d style of binding* &c., that can be purchased. Always
i at moderate prices. JAMES S. WATERS,
1 fe22-tf. 244' Baltimore street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
CUSHINGS k BAILEY,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
262 BALTIMORE STREET.
j Offer for sale at low prices the largest and most complete
' assortment of
LAW. MEDICAL. CLASSICAL
AND
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY,
to be found in the city.
They respectfully invite an examination of their Stock.
Orders attended to promptly. fe22 tf.
CIHOICE ENGLISH SEALING WAX—
J The subscriber has had made to his own order in
London a very choice assortment of SEALING WAX, em
bracing for
OFFICE USE—Brands of superior quality to anything
heretofore offered.
FANCY COLORS, for ladies' use and notes, viz : Bron
zes, Pure White, Royal Blue, Navy Blue, Claret, Blood
Red, Fawn, and other colors, all of which will burn and
drop well.
COMMERCIAL SIZE ENVELOPES, made of a superior
quality of English paper, suitable for particular corres
pondence.
ENGLISH LETTER PAPERS, of superior qualities, some
extra heavy. JAMES S. WATERS,
fe22-tf. 244 Baltimore street.
LINEN PAPER*
FOR
BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS.
JAS. S. WATERS,
244 BALTIMORE STREET,
HAS IN STORE, DIRECT FROM LONDON,
a supply of very superior
ENGLISH LINEN PAPER,
So generally used by the Boston Blank Book makers, and
is prepared to make up a single Book, or sets, which we
will warrant to be of equal quality with the Boston books,
and are superior as to quality of material to those hereto
fore made in this city. One quality this paper possesses
is, that the eraser can be used several times without im
pairing the surface.
CHEAP BOOKS and SHORT QUIRES also on hand, or
made to order when desired, as low as they can be pro
duced anywhere.
Bookkeepers are requested to call and examine the su
periority of our paper, if they desire to have comfort with
economy. fe22-tf.
IMPORTATION OF BOOKS
} 3
Q M
W BY 2
% JAMES S. WATERS,
244 1:
CO ;§
! BALTIMORE g
§ -
© STREET. T.
| IS
FROM EUROPE.
BLANK BOOK, PAPER AND
STATIONERY WAREHOUSE,
SAMUEL E TURNER,
No. 3 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
HAS ON HAND A VERY SUPERIOR
assortment of PAPER, STATIONERY and BLANK
ACCOUNT BOOKS. Among his stock will be found
WRITING and LETTER PAPERS, both domestic and
foreign, of all the most approved manufacturers.
NOTE PAPERS—RuIed and Plain, in very great va
riety.
EXY ELOPES of all kinds.
STATIONERY of every description, for office and private
use, viz:—STEEL PENS. PEN HOLDERS, SEALING
WAX, WAFERS, LEAD and SLATE PENCILS, INK
STANDS. &c , kc.
INK—Writing and Copying, of all the best makers,
LETTER COPYING PRESSES, PORTFOLIOS. PORTE
MONNAIES, kc, kc.
Also, a large assortment of WRAPPING PAPER.
PLAYING CARDS, PRINTERS' do., &c., kc., all at low
prices.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS will do well to call.
fe22-tf. j
IMPORTATION OF BOOKS FROM
ENGLAND. FRANCE, AND GERMANY.
BY THE QUANTITY OR THE SINGLE VOLUME. I
The subscriber, through his London correspondents, and
by agency on the Continent, is able to give the most care
ful attention to all orders from private persons. Colleges.
Seminaries, Public Libraries, Societies, kc ., for BOOKS.
PERIODICALS, STATIONERY, MAPS, kc. and will fur
nish them on the most favorable terms, and with the great
est despatch, and to Public Institutions, Seminaries of learn
ing, or other Literary Societies, duty free.
Catalogues of New Books, published in London, with
cheap lists, &c., are put up monthly in small packages, and
forwarded gratis to all who desire them.
JAMES S. WATERS,
fe22 tf No 244 Baltimore street
JAS. S. WATERS, !| THEY WILL
244 Baltimore street. C BE ON VIEW
HAS RECEIVED W 1 FOR A FEW
A VERY CHOICE §j DAYS, AND
SELECTION fcd "SOLD AT
>
OF FINE [<j [UNUSUALLY
' LINE ENGRAVINGS j® REDUCED
s
; FROM PARIS, I ; PRICES.
teas-st.
LONDON AND PARIS MADE WRI
TING DESKS, of very superior styles, of various
qualities of Leather, Rosewood, Pearwood, Mahogany,
Ebony, kc., suitable for ladies or gentlemen; of our own
direct importation, are now opening.
JAMES S. WATERS,
fe22-tf. 244 Baltimore street.
LONDON STYLES OF VISITING
CARDS, altogether new; Wedding Envelopes, all
the choice styles, for sale by JAMES S. WATERS,
fe22-tf. 244 Baltimore street.
LAW BOOKS.
The subscribers invite the attention of the Bar, to j
their large stock of LAW BOOKS, which they offer for sale
at lowest rates. CUSHINGS k BAILEY,
262 BALTIMORE STREET.
Just published Volume 10 Maryland Reports. fe22 tf
Established 1837.
MURPHY'S GENERAL PRINTING AND PUB
LISHING ESTABLISHMENT.
BOOK, PAPER, AND STATIONARY STORE,
MARBLE BUILDING, 182 BALTIMORE STREET, BALTIMORE, j
MEDALS awarded by the Maryland Insti- j
stitute 1851-5 for Printing, Book Binding and j
Bank Checks. By the Metropolitan Institute, Washing- |
ton, a Diploma for superior Blank Books.
BOOKS, PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONARY, j
Wholesale and Retail —Constantly on hand a large and
well selected stock of
BOOKS IN GENERAL LITERATURE,
School, Classical, Miscellaneous and Juvenile Books
FOREIGN BOOKS.
A large and varied stock kept constantly on hand, to which J
constant additions are made, by direct importation. For- j
eign Books imported to order.
BLANK BOOKS, PAPER, STATIONERY, kc.,
comprising a lare assortment of English, French and Amer
ican Letter. Cap and Note Papers, Ac.. of the best qualities.
BLANK BOOKS,
of every description, made to order, in superior styles
MURPHY'S UNALTERABLE STEREOGRAPHIC' AND
PLAIN BANK CIIECKS,
in every variety;
PROMISSORY NOTES, DRAFTS. BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
RILLS OF LADING, BLANK DEEDS, COM
MERCIAL AND LAW BLANKS, kc
kept constantly on hand, and sold wholesale and retail, at
the very lowest rates.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING, BOOK BINDING d RULING,
of every description executed in the very best manner, at
the lowest rates.
Particular attention paid to
FINE WORK
for Banks, Insurance, Railroad, Telegraph, Steamboat, and
other Joint Stock Companies. Public Offices, Ac., Ac.
Orders from abroad, for anything appertaining to our
business, will receive the most careful and prompt atten
tion, and will be furnished at the same low rates, as if at
tended to in person.
fe22-tf. JOHN MURPHY k CO.
MURPHY & co.,
BOOKSELLERS. PUBLISHERS.
PRINTERS AND STATIONERS
MARBLE BUILDING,
182 BALTIMORE STREET,
fe22-tf. Baltimore
OUR OWN DIRECT IMPORTATION,
LONDON AND PARIS MADE
WRITING DESKS.
ALTOGETHER NEW STYLES,
IX
LEATHER, Illustrated;
ROSEWOOD, Inlaid;
MAHOGANY, Brass Bound;
BRAZILLETTO WOOD,
a new and beautiful style of finish.
The above being made at our own order in London and
Paris, hy the best workmen, are far superior to those gener
ally offered for sale, and coming to us direct from the man
ufacturers. we are enabled to sell them at the same or low
er prices than the inferior article coming through second
or third hands.
An inspection of our styles and prices is respectfully so
licited. JAMF.S S WATERS,
fe22-tf. 244 Baltimore 3t.
PRAYER BOOKS AND OXFORD
BIBLES can be had of JAMES S. WATERS No.
244 BALTIMORE STREET, in greater variety of style and
cost than elsewhere in the city. Some new styles in
RICn BINDINGS, of VELVET, OAK, EBONY and
SILVER MOUNTINGS, suitable for PRESENTS, and
never before exhibited, have just been received fe22 tf.
PLAYING CARDS!
FOR PARLOR USE<
Of beautiful designs and of very superior quality, just re
ceived from London.
VISITING CARDS, of new styles and superior quality
of London manufacture.
NEW STYLES AND COLORS OF FINE LETTER AND
NOTE PAPERS, for ladies'use.
LONDON MADE WRITING DESKS, for ladies, a hand
some assortment. .
Just received by JAMF.S S. WATERS
fe32-tf No 244 Baltimore staeet,
READY MADE QUILL PENS.
The subscriber has just received from London an in
voice of those very superior hand-made QUILL PENS
ALSO,
A supply of Clarke's Indellible permanent MARKING
INK. which has withstood the test of 50 years, and is war
ranted indellible. JAMES S. WATERS,
I fe22-tf. 244 Baltimore street.
GOLD PENS.
Having been appointed agents for the sale of TO
; LEY'S CELEBRATED COLD PEN'S, we keep constantly
: on hand a large assortment of various sizes. These Pens
! are all warranted for six months. LI'CAS BROTHERS.
fe26-2aw6w. No. 170 Baltimore street
TAKE NOTICE.—Just received from
London a very choice assortment of INKSTANDS,
suitable for the Library, Office or Store; CEDAR TRAYS;
i ENV ELOPE BOXES, of Oak and Leather, a very useful
article for the different sizes of Envelopes; TOURISTS'
, CASES, a very handsome and superior article, altogether
new, and well adapted for Holiday presents. Of our own
direct importation. JAMES S. WATERS,
i fe22 tf. 244 Baltimore street.
THE WAVERLY NOVELS.—In greater
variety aud completeness of editions and style than ever
before offered in the city—the beautiful 48 volume edition,
known as Sir Walter's favorite, the splendid ''Abbotsford''
edition, with its hundreds of illustrations. The twenty five
volume Library Edition, ninety-eight volume edition of the
complete works, and several other editions, all in exquisite
London bindings, together with the several Ameiican edi
tions, are now for sale by JAMES S. WATERS,
fe22-tf No. 244 Baltimore street.
frg feoobs.
WROTH & FULLLERTON,
SPRING, 1858.
ARK NOW PREPARED TO OFFER TO CCBTOMER9
A STOCK OF
FRENCH AND BRITISH
DRY COODS,
WHICH FOR
VARIETY, NOVELTY AND BEAUTY,
WILL BE FOUND SECOND TO NONE.
BUYERS ARE INVITED TO
EXAMINE, COME A RE, AND JUDGE.
J FC22 tf. S5 BALTIMORE STREET
I SPLENDID STOCK OF DRY GOODs'
FOR SPRING OF 1858.
HAMILTON EASTER & CO.,
Nos. 199, 201, and 203 BALTIMORE STREET,
HAVE NOW OPEN A VERY LARGE
and choice Stock of Spring Dry Goods entirely of
their own importations, including
SPLENDID SILKS, BAREGES, LAWNS,
POI„ D'CHEVRES, MOUSSEUNS, ETC.
i In Flounced Robes, Double Skirts, Robes A'Quille and by
the yard,
RICH ENGLISH and FRENCH CHINTZES,
BRILLIANTES, ETC.
LINEN GOODS, WHITE MUSLIN GOODT, ALPACAS,
.MOURNING FABRICS, ETC;
We are daily receiving, direct from one of the firm in
Europe, the choicest styles of FOREIGN GOODS, carefully
selected expressly for our sales, to which we invite the at
tention of wholesale and retail buyers. fe22-10t
TMPORTANT NOTIC E
1 TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC
GENERALLY.
WE WILL COMMENCE THIS DAY
TO RUN OFF
A lot of fast-colored, neat figured PRINTS at 6lf cents,
worth 10; also a lot of slightly soiled Bird eye
DIAPER,
warranted all linen, at 12# cts. per yard, with, a quan
tity of
REMNANTS
of every description of Dress Goods, at unheard of
LOW PRICES.
As all those Goods have to be closed out right off, it will
be to the interest of buyers to call early.
H. POLLACK & BROTHER,
No. 161 North Gay street.
Our store will be closed from February Bth to March Ist,
every evening at seven o'clock, Saturday night excepted,
on account of taking stock. fe22-tf.
R~ OYSTON BROTHERS
Are now opening a new stock of
SHEETING LINENSAND COTTONS, all widths; ,
TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS AND TOWELINtSS;
SHIRTING LINENS, very best make ;
New York Mill, Wamsutta, water twist Cottons;
Heavy DOMESTICS, for farm servants;
Quilts, Dimities, Muslin and Lace CURTAINS;
English and American CARPKTINGS. OIL CLOTHS, kc.
fe22-lw. No. 81 BALTIMORE STREET
DWIN AKERS
HAVING JUST RETURNED FROM THE
EAS TERM MARKETS,
Is now daily receiving lots of
;DESIRABLE GOODS.
Purchased at the late large
A UCTION SALES,
As well as a large assoriment of
NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS
of recent importation, among which are forty cases most
choice styles of Hoyle's three Ave quarter purple and fancy
prints, to which he would most respectfully invite the at
tention of the trade.
EDWIN AKERS,
tJOBBER A.XD RETAILER OF
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
138 LEXINGTON ST.,
fe22 tf. . Baltimore.
BSf-TAKE NOTICE
A. V. HOUCK.THE PROPRIETOR OF
the RED POST STORE, at No 235 LEXINGTON
street, near PEARL, offers for sale an immense assortment
of all descriptions of Dry Goods, at wholesale or retail, at
prices to suit the times. Call and see for vourselves.
f22-dlm
Sillier Mate, Mmimj, ftr.
SILVER WARE.
MANUFACTORY, ESTABLISHED 1817
SILVER SPOONS AND FORKS,
TEA AND DINNER SETS,
SILVER PITCHERS, WAITERS, tic., he.
MANUFACTURED BY
SAMUEL KIRK &. SON,
17% Baltimore Street.
ALSO
PINK CORAL, TORTOISESIIELL,
PEARL AND DIAMOND JEWELRY,
FINE GOLD WATCHES,
PLATED WARE,
f22tf CUTLERY, kc., &c.
STOWELL'S
NEW JEWELRY,
WATCH AND,
SILVER WARE HOUSE,
Xew Marble Buildings, opposite Adams' Exprss Co. Office. ,
•AT THIS ESTABLISHMENT,
the purchaser can always find THE NEWEST BILE and
the RICHEST GOODS in market, consisting or
WATCHES,
(of Is own make,) and
Chas. Frodsham,
Jutes Jurgensen,
Patek Phillip,
Johnson.
Tohias, and all other Makers.
JEWELRY
in great variety, of European and American Manufacture.
SILVER WARE,
of his own manufacture alwsys on hand, and made to or
der, at short notice.
ALBATA PLATED WARE.
The largest and richest STOCK! n Baltimore, being South
ern Agent for the sale of the Goods at wholesale and re
tail of the
AMERICAN SHEFFEILF.R HLATE CO.
All Goods will be sold at MANUFACTURERS' PRICES, and
warranted by the Co. to be the best GOODS in the market
ALSO,
a large Stock of FRENCH GAS FIXTURES. BURNERS
FANCY ARTICLES, CLOCKS, CANTON CHINA, Ac
A. STOW ELL, JR.
fe22 tf Proprietor, 163 Baltimore st.
CJBSL
CHAS. FORSTER, JR. WM. B SLACK.
COAL.
FORSTER&SLACK,
SHIPPERS AND DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COAL
have in yard and are prepared to deliver in good order,
LL T MP LEHIGH for Cupolas and Foundry purposes.
Baltimore Company. Sunbury, Locust Gap and Lorberry
White Ash, Lyken's Valley and Short Mountain Red Ash,
for familyuse. Cumberland Coal for manufacturing and do
mestic purposes. UPPER YARD,—Howard Street, oppo
site Centre. LOWER YARD,—Corner Albemarleand Alice
Anna Streets feb22 tf.
CUMBERLAND COAL.— Of the best
quality from the fourteen feet vein George's Creek,
constantly for sale by the cargo or car load.
STICKNF.Y A CO.,
fe22 tf. Exchange Place.
OFFICE OF THE CELEBRATED
SEMI BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP
STEAM GENERATING COAL.
No. 2 SOUTH STREET,
Colvin's Building, Up Stairs.
The undersigned is now prepared to receive orders for the
BROAD TOP BITUMINOUS STEAM GENERATING
COAL, received from the property of ROBERT HARE Pow
EL. ESQ., Huntingdon, Pa., prepared under his own super
vision, and delivered in this city via Northern Central
Railway, at the lowest price.
For steam generating, blacksmithing, rolling mills,
1 brick and lime burning, this Coal cannot be excelled. It
bums freely, with a large clear flame, makes a hot fire,
and is admirably adapted for the manufactory and private
dwelling.
fe24 lm CHAS. WM. CLAPP, Agent.
COAL—CASH SYSTEM.
$5 75 PER TON OF 2,240 PouNns.
WE ARE STILL SELLING THE BEST
WHITE AND RED ASH COALS
i at the above price—provided the orders are pre-paid—if
| not paid for when the order is left, no discount will be al
lowed, but the full price ($6.25) will be charged
J. HENRY GIESE k CO.,
Coal and Worn! Office,
N T o. 9. South stpeet.
REDUCED PRICES.
We are selling the Sawed and Split Oak and Pine Wood
at reduced prices. fe22 3t
('AS CONSUMING STOVE.
The Desideratum of the Age.
DETERMINED and continued experiment
has we are pleased to say, resulted in triumph, and we
would invite our customers and the public to examine at
I our store, the acme of perfection, as a coal burning stove,
i for public business, stores, offices ftrc.
It is so constructed that the requisite quantity of oxygen
i ' 9 thrown over the surface of the fire-pot, this intercepts
j the gas, (which in other stoves goes up the draft,) and
i being consumed, quite one-third of the consumption of coal
is saved, besides the acquiring of a greater amount of heat
in the burning of the gases.
1 These Stoves require filling but once or twice a day, and
a steady fire may be kept in them for months. They radi
ate sucii an even temperature, require so little attention,
are so easily regulated, and save so much fuel, that they
must speedily become in very general use. We have them
| in use at our store, where we should be pleased to show
their operation. References can be given of parties now
having them in use
COLLINS, HEATH 4 HUTCHINSON,
Maryland Stove, and Plumbing Mouse,
feSS 2mo, AY 22 LIGHT STREET,
Insurant*.
STATE A! K.\T OF THE GREAT WEST
ERN (MARINE) INSURANCE COMPANY, for the
| fiscal year, ending 31st December, 1857, as required by the
Charter.
I Premiums on outstanding Risks,
| Dec. 31st. 1856 $554,834 87
, Premiums from Jan. Ist to Dec.
j 31st, 1857 2,216,707 62
I Total Marine Premiums.. $2,771,602 49
Premiums marked off as earned
for the year 2,461,451 69
Interest received on Investments 43,026 09
$2,494,477 59
Less Return Premiums. Discount
on Premiums, kc 359,694 84
Leaving net earnings of the Company.... $2,134,782.7 ft
Losses adjusted and paid $1,337.088.88
Re-insurance account paid 90,592.27
Expenses, including taxes on Cap
ital Stock 43.660 05
1 471.341 2
Leaving net profits for the year $663,441 56
DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS.
Dividend of interest in July to
Stockholders $35,000 00
Dividend of interest in January
to Stockholders 35,000 00
Interest to Scripholders of 6 per
cent, on amount issued, to be
paid February 10 19,533 00
Reserved to cover estimated loss
es by Marine disasters and
bad debts 260,000 00
Available for distribution as div
dend of net profits, say )i to
Stockholders and % to Poli
cy Holders, as provided by
Charter of Company 313,908 55
5663,441 6ft
THE COMPANY HAVE THE FOLLOWINO A3BET9.
City Bonds and Loans on Bonds
and Mortgage on City prop
erty $240,000 00
Loans on Call secured by State and
other stocks 351,296 56
Adjusted Re-Insurance Claims on
other Companies 52,654 42
Bills received, and accounts due
the Company, (average maturity
2Qth March) 1,512,335.41
Uncollected Frem. and Interest,
kc 22,852.64
Cash in Banks 97,689.76
52,276,828 79
TO REPRESENT.
.Cash Capital $1,000,000.00
Scrip of 1867 325,560 00
u 1858, (to be issued June
Ist, 1858 235.431 41
Interest to be paid Stock and Scrip
Holders, Jan. Ist, and Feb. 10,
1858 54,533.00
Dividend to Stockholders to be
paid Feb. 10th. 1858 78,477.14
Reserved to cover estimated losses
and bad debts 260.000.00
Prem. on Risks not yet expired.. 320150.99
Undivided Stockholders' Divid'd
Fund of last year, kc 2,686.
52,276,828 79
The amount set apart as Scrip Div
idend being the net profit is $235,431 41
We recommend therefore a Scrip
Dividend of 15 per cent, on the
$1,550,000, estimated as termi
nated without loss, which will
amount to 232.500.00
Leaving an undivided balance of $2,931 41
There is to credit of the Stockhol
ders an undivided balance of
last year's profits $1,834 13
To which we carry of the net
profit of this year 78,477.14 $80,311 27
We recommend, therefore, a cash dividend of 8
per cent, to be paid out of this fund to Stock
holders, which will amount to $BO,OOO 00
Leaving an undivided balance of. $3ll 27
To the President and Directors of the Great Western
(Marine) Insurance Comjiany.
The undersigned, a Committee appointed by your body
to examine the accounts, and report upon the financial
condition of your Company, have to say that they have
compared the books, with the condensed* statement above
submitted, and find them to correspond accurately.
They have also examined the loans made on bonds and
mortgages, and on stock collaterals, and find them most
amply secured.
In regard to the Bills Receivable, your Committee have
made an estimate of such as are suspended, and report the
same at $58,916.67, which we have valued at $31,740, or at
about 54 per cent, on the dollar.
We also think proper to call the attention of the Board
to the nature of our Bills Receivable, in which we consider
consists the great strength of our Company; they have, on
the average, but sixty days to run, the average maturities
being the 20th day of March.
We therefore recommend that the dividend on the stock,
and the interest on the scrip, be paid according to the
statement submitted, on and after the 10th day of Feb
iuary, and that the new scrip be issued on and after June
Ist, to Policy holders.
All of which is respectfullv submitted
JAMES BENKARD, )
ADRIAN IS ELI N, > Committee.
H. F. SPAULDING, )
On motion, this leport was unanimously accepted, and
adopted by the Board of Directors,
DOUGLAS ROBINSON.
Secretary
Great Western Buildings, Jan 20, 1858
DIRECTORS.
W. C. PICKERSGILL, of W. C. Pickersgill k Co
J. L. ASPINWALL, of Howland k Aspinwall
R. CALDWELL, of Robert Caldwell A; Co.
JOHN ALLEN, of Hopkins, Allen k Co.
WM. H. GUION', of Williams ft; Guion
ADRIAN ISELIN, of A. Iselin k Co.
THOS. RICHARDSON*, of T. Richardson & Co
JOHN P. BROWN, of Brown ft: De Bossett
JAMES W. PHILLIPS,
A. LACHAISE. of Lachaise, Fauche & Co
CHAS. 11. DABXEY, of Duncan, Sherman k Co
W M. I.OESCHIGK, of Loeschigk, Wessendonk k Co.
GEO. GRISW OLD, JR., of N. L. ft: G. Griswold.
N". CHANDLER, of J. Munroe k Co.. Paris.
SAM'L I). BABCOCK, of Babcock, Bros, k Co
L. H. BRIGHAM. of Brigham ft: Parsons,
CHAS. STRECKER, of Kunkelmann ft: Strecker
JAS. M. BROWN, of Brown Bros, ft: Co.
H. F. SPAULDING, of Spaulding, Vail ft: Fuller
WM. G. LANE, of Wm. G. Lane ft; Co.
ROBT. SPEDDING, of Spedding & Howe.
SAM'L BATES, of Stone ft: Co.
J. B. JOHNSTON, of Boorman, Johnston k Co.
WM. M. EVARTS, of Butler, Evarts k Southmead
E. LA HENS, of J. Lahens & Co.
GEO. BLISS, of Phelps, Bliss ft:' Co.
JAS. T. SOUTTER, President Bank of the Republic
G. G. SAMPSON, of Sampson ft: Baldwin
JAMES BENKARD, of Benkard ft: Hutton.
FRED'K C. GEBHARI), of Schuchardt ft: Gebhard
J LEA YCRAFT, of Leaycraft k Co.
SAM'L. B. CALDWELL, of Brewer ft: Caldwell *
GEO. W. HEXNINGS, of Hennings, Muller k Gesling
E. L. TRENHOLM, of Jno. Eraser ft: Co., Charleston S C
THOS. B. CURTIS, Boston.
President.
RICHARD LATHERS.
Vice-President.
JOHN' A. PARKER.
2d Vice President,
JAMES F. COX
Secretary,
DOUGLAS ROBINSON.
Great Western Buildings, Nos 33 and 35 Pine street.
COLIN MACKENZIE, Agent in Baltimore,
Office, Commercial Buildings,
_ Corner Gay and Lombard stu
OFFICE OF THE SUN MUTUAL IN
SURAN'CE COMPANY.
NEW YORK, OCT. 29. 1857.
THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT OF THE AFFAIRS
of this Company, is published in conformity with the re
quirements of the 10th section of the Act of its incorpora
tion :
Premiums on unexpired risks Oct. 4th. 1856.. $335.086 09
Premiums received during the year ending Oct.
4th, 1857, viz
On Marine Risks $1,273,494.71
On Inland Navigation and Trans
portation Risks. 109.575.80 1.383.070 51
No Fire Risks taken since Nov.
1855, when the New Orleans
Agency was discontinued
Total amount of Premiums $1,718.156 60
Earned Premiums during the year ending as
aforesaid $1,403,305 93
Less return Premiums 99.646.56
Net Earned Premiums $1,303,659 37
Losses during the same period :
On Marine Risks, (less Savings.)
&c.) $977,503 93
On Ini'd Navigation and Trans
portation Risks 29,840.97
$1,007,344,941
Expenses during the year 34,750.00
Re insurances during the year. 95.849,71
1,137.944 61
Net Profits $165,714 76
The ASSETS of the Company on the 4th of
October. 1857. were as follows, viz :
Real Estate and Bonds and Mortgages $498,000 00
Stocks. Loans on Stocks, Accrued Interest
on Bonds and Mortgages.Loans and Rents
due on Real Estate, Salvages. &c 250.482 29
Ca5h......... 139>04.14
Bills Receivable 799 283 84
Premium Accounts not yet Collected 39
Scrip of sundry Insurance Companies, esti
mat<'d at 28,628.50
$1,730,794.16
The Board of Trustees hav this day directed that a Div
ideud of Interest, to Ist November, 1857, he declared of
SIX PER CENT, on the outstanding Scrip of the Company
payable on the 2d of November next.
That a dividend of TWEI.YE PER CENT in Scrip to
the dealers of the Company on their Terminated Premiums
of the past .year, be issued on and after the Ist of January
next. that the remaining portion of the Unredeemed Scrip
of 1851, be P®id in Cash, after the Ist of January next, aud
that $78,219 he added to the former RESERVED CAPITAI.
thereby making said Capital to exceed TWELVE HUN
DREI) THOUSAND DOLLARS.
By order of the Board,
JOHN WHITEHEAD, Secretary"
C. OLIVER O'DON NELL,
Agent in Baltimore,
fe22-3w3m 51 Exchange Place.
BISCUIT AND CRACKER BAKERY
(No. 98 PRATT STREET,)
FORMERLY R. MA SON <£■ BROTHER,
TAMES D. MASON & Co. having made
J EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS in their
HISCCFT AND CRACKER BAKERY,
by the introduction of NEW MACHINERY of the LATEST
IMPROVEMENTS, are now prepared to supply any demand
I for
PILOT and NAVY BREAD, WATER, BUTTER
, SUGAR. PIC NIC and EDINBURGH CRACKERS
SODA and WINE BISCUIT, and all kinds of
FANCY CAKES of a quality
SUPERIOR TO ANT OTHER ESTBALISHMENT.
The PA TEXT REEL OVEN in use at their Bakery
is of novel construction , anil is capable of baking 125 B 4R
RELS OF FLOUR per day. into CRACKERS and 500
BARRELS INTO LOAF BREAD. '
DEALERS are invited to give us a call; thev will find
the terms as favorable as anv other house
The Proprietor will take great pleasure in exhibiting
the OPERATION OF THEIR OVEN. AT ALL TIMES to
; any who may feel an interest in the "PROGRESS OP THE
. AGE, and will also conduct them through their extensive
establishment.
i d r ,P. P. &Co beg leave to remind the public that this
I 2 THE ONLY ONE IN USE IN THIS CITY
■ RIGHTS of which, for LOAF BREAD purposes, can
| he had on application to them.
JAMES D MASON 4 Co.,
FORMERLY R. MASON & BROTHER
OLD STAND,
Old Number 98 PRATT STREET
; fe22 tf Opposite McClure's Back
GBORQfi < HIPMAN,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
i BROOMS. PAINTED BUCKETS CEDAR WARE BAS
KETS, BRUSHES. MATS, CORDAGE
| TWINE, WICKS, MATCHES, BLACKING, WILLOW
, WARE, 4c., and Manufacturer of Painted BUCKETS
I Brooms, Cedar Ware, and Brushes.
COBWEB CALVERT AND LOMBARD STREETS,
fc22lm Baltimore^
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