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DOMESTIC.
LAND WARRANTO IN KANSAS.-- The Lawrence Itc
publican of the 19th has the following on land war
rants in Kansas:
M e have received a number of letters making
inquiry with regard to the location ofland warrants
in Kansas. We will state that no lands in this Ter
ritory are subject to an entry by warrant, except
by pre-emptors, who may use them in payment for
their claims. For this purpose a large demand now
exists for land warrants, one hundred and sixty-acre
warrants finding the best sale, as the office lias de
cided that but one warrant can bo laid on each
claim. Thus, a pre-emptor cannot use two eighty
acre warrants in payment of one hundred and sixty
acres of land, but can use one forty, eighty or one
hundred and twenty acre warrant in payment for a
corresponding number of acres of his claim, and
the remaining portion must be paid for in specie at
51.25 per acre. The pre-emptor pays at the laud
office SI for each forty acres paid for by warrant.
Most claims are paid for at the laud offices by
warrants, as the pre-emptors save thereby from $2O
to $5O, depending upon the cost of the warrants.
There is consequently no small demand for one hun
dred and sixty acre land warrants in the Territory.
Owing to the extreme scarcity of money, many
warrants are sold to pre-emptors on from "three to
twelve months time, at an advance on New York
prices, and at from three to five per cent, per month
interest, with security on the land pre-empted.
ATTACKED BY AN EAGLE.—A young lad named Ho
mer Leonard was attacked by a large gray eagle on
Sunday morning last, and had he not preserved
good courage and presence of mind the affair might
have resulted seriously. It occurred upon Mr.
M (William's lot, about a mile south-east of the city.
The eagle, (proud emblem of our national indepen
dence, ) upon seeing the boy, made a "break" for
him, attempting to reach his" face. The boy stood
his ground, ana, protecting his eyes with 'his left
arm, caught the troublesome customer with the oth
er, and, after considerable exertion, succeeded in
getting it to the ground, where, by the assistance of
his pocket-knife, he soon brought "the contest to a
close. The wings of the eagle measured live feet
four inches when spread. This is not the first time
that Old Fot;v is 111 has been compelled to yield to the
unconouerable prowess of "Young America."
fond Jit Lac ( Wis.) Journal.
In the Fifth District Court of New Orleans judg
ment has been rendered against the proprietors of
the St. Charlos Hotel for property stolen from one
of their guests. The defendants plead in bar to the
suit: public notices posted bv them in the rooms
and conspicuous parts of the hotel, to the effect that
they would not be responsible for money, watches
or other valuables, unless deposited with' the clerk.
The Court held that the defendants were liable for
any loss, unless occasioned by the force of arms;
that their liability was fixed by law, aud they could
not limit it by any public notice defining their re
sponsibility. They have no right to require a trav
eler to deposit his money, watch, Ac., with their
clerk. It is their duty to'keep honest servants, and
exert vigilance over all persons coming into the
hotel, as guests or otherwise.
BUSINESS IN FALL RIVER.— The Fall River News
says that the linen mill will probahlv resume opera
tions about the Ist of April. The bleach-house
connected with the mill has been in operation for
several weeks. There is no immediate prospect of
the starting of the Quequcchan cotton mill. The
Company have a large lot of printing cloths on
hand, for which there appears to be little or no de
mand at remunerative prices. All the other cotton
mills are in full operation, and, with the exception
ol the Watuppa and the Pocasset, are manufactu
ring for the American Print Works, which estab
lishment is now in full blast. The Print works have
been getting out some very attractive styles, which
are taking well in the market and meeting with a
rapid sale.
TROOPS OFF FOR UTAH. —We learn from the Lea
venworth Time*, of the 19th, that, on the day pre
ceding four companies left that fort for Utah." This
body of troops, about three hundred and thirty in
all, intend overtaking Colonel Hoffman, and escort
the supply train for Colonel Johnston's command
from Fort Laramie; this supplv train consists of one
hundred and sixty heavily laden wagons, and it is
thought that, if the Mormons intend making a fight
at all, they will endeavor to cut oil' the train.
Other bodies of troops will soon be under way for
I tali, from which place we may soon expect to hear
interesting if not exciting'news.
THE DARLINGTON (S. C.) TRAGEDY.— Between
fifty and sixty of the members of the Vigilance
Committee engaged in the tragical affair aAvind
liam settlement, in Darlington District, S. C., par
ticulars of which we published a week or two ago,
have surrendered themselves for trial. Tliev were
sent to jail, but the number was so great that tliev
could not be locked up, filling the jail from garret
to basement. Indictments have been issued against
them, charging them with the murder of Freeman
and the Windhams, and the Grand Jure, after in
vestigation, returned true hills against tlieui.
On Saturday last a terrible accident happened to
a man named John Hogert, of Closter Dock Hill,
■V. .1. He went out to the woods in the morning to
cut some fire-wood, and was found in the afternoon
lying dead under a tree, which he had evidently
been cutting. His head was completely crushed be
tween the stump of one tree and the trunk of anoth
er. His death must have been instantaneous.
PASSENGER ROBBED ON THE JUDGE TORRENCE. —On
Sunday, while the steamer Judge Torrcnee. was com
ing up through the canal, on her way to Cincinnati,
Aaron Brady, a passenger, was robbed of four gold
watches. He had them in his trunk, which was
broken open. The watches were double-cased gold
levers, Geneva make, and cost SGO each.
New York City, it is said, has nearly five hundred
miles of paved streets.
Agricultural.
|OH \s. CF.Fsb; ( oT.
•I OFFICE OVER THE CORN EXCHANGE,
77 Socrii STREET,
OFFER THEIR
MANIPULATED OR PHOSPHO
PF.KUVIAN GUANO.
PRICE REDUCED TO $45 PER TON, 2.000 lbs.
The most APPROVED, ECONOMICAL and EFFECTIVE natu
ral concentrated FERTILIZER now before the public.
Composed of equal quantities of best Peruvian and Phos
phatic Guanos, and prepared in the must perfect manner
for ils application to the soil, being entirely free from
lumps and coarse particles.
It is tiie NATURAL CCANO. and contains 50 per ct. more
Ammonia and Phosphates than any manufactured Fertili
zer known. Its money value is $l5 more per ton than any
Phosphate or Super Phosphate now befou: the public,
mrl-eotf
PERUVIAN AND MEXICAN GUANOS.
The best article ONLY for sale in lots to suit con
sumers, at lowest price, by
JOHNS. REESE & CO.,
mrl-eotf No. 77 South street, up stairs.
RHODES'
SUPER PHOSPATE OF LIME
MANUFACTURED FROM FORMULA OF
DR. JAMES HIGGIXS,
STATE CHEMIST OF MARYLAND.
EVERY LOT OFFERED FOR SALE REGULARLY
ANALYZED BY DRS. JAS. HIGGINS AND CHARLES
BICKELI, 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, and 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 Drs.
Higgins and Bickell the entire scientific feature of the
RHODES SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and every lot
offered for sale is regularly analyzed 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 ]ier ton of 2,000 lbs.
Address B. M. RHODES k CO.,
fe22 3m 141 West Pratt Street, Baltimore.
RIBBON S—
ALL KINDS.
„„„„ „ STRAW BONNETS;
BONNET MATERIALS;
JOCKEYS, HOODS AND FLATS;
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, ETC.
A LARGE STOCK OF
EVERYTHING NEW
P O R
SPRING TRADE.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR k CO.,
* mr 24 2m No. 237 BALTIMORE STREET.
RE M O V A'L .—WILLIAM HENRY
JOHNSON hM REMOVED from hid old stand No
80 to No. 72 PRATT STREET, one door West of Gay
street, where he invites his friends and the public to give
him a call, and to examine his stock of SEINE TWINE
OILL TWINE, COTTON ROPE, COTTON LAPS, COTTON
YARN. CARPET CHAIN, LAMP WICK. WRAPPING
TWINE, Flax, Hemp, Broom and Bottling TWINES, Rus
sia and Mannilla CORDAGE, CORKS and CORK-WOOD,
BROOMS, BASKETS, PAILS, TUBS, CHURNS, MATS
BLACKING, kc., kc., at Wholesale and Retail
SPINNING WHEELS made and repaired.
SEINES KNIT and HUNG to order. mal 3m
CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES}!
; , e have on hand at 29 North GAY STREET,
the largest assortment of FASHIONABLE CARRIAGES
south of New i ork, all of the latest fashions and most
approved sty es. The public are invited to call and
examine for themselves; all of which will bo suld on
reasonable terms.
BURIt. HAIGfJT k O'CONNFI L
Repairing done at the shortest notice
mr 22 tf
MOUNTVERNON CO.,
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. mr22olm
GU NS! GUNS!! GUNSTT!
IB* LARGEST ASSORTMENT OP
GUNS, P.IFLES, PISTOLS, AND SPURTING APPAUA
TUS IN BALTIMORE.
Guns suitable for Deer, Duck, Turkey, Squirrel, and all
Bird Shooting; Rifles of all sizes and patterns; Colt's Ar
my, Navy and Pocket Pistols; Warner's, Allen's and oth
er make of Pistols; Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches Game
Bags. Caps, Powder. Shot, Balls. Ac., in fact all Sporting
Goods in the greatest varietv. Having received a
GOLD MEDAL AND CERTIFICATE
Of the highest honors of the Maryland Institute, for spe
cimens of his OWN MAKE of Guns, he flatters himself
by prompt personal attention, to give satisfaction to all'
and they may rely on getting a good article.
No. 51 CALVERT STREET, and 53 CHEAPSIDE.
ALEXANDER McCOMAS, GUNMAKER
Fstnhlxshrd 1843 mr 6 3m
L 0. 0. F.
ODD FELLOWS AND MASON'S RE
GALIA, BANNERS, kc., U. S. Bunting and Silk
Flags, Military Goods and Ladies' Dress Trimmings al
way on hand and tor sale by
A. BISCO,
No. 95 BALTIMORE ST,
fe22-ly. Baltimore,
DENMEAD'S IRON WORKS"
Ak W. DENMEAD k SONS,
. BALTIMORE.
Locomotive and Stationary Steam Engine Builders, Iron
Founders, General Machinists and Boiler Makers.
yyManufacturers of Improved BLOWING MACHINES
for Anthracite and other Blast Furnaces, SUGAR, GRIST
SAW and ROLLING MILLS
fe22 ly.
UTRTJPBI^.
CHIPPING TOBA< CO
A fine assortment of Shipping 10's, 12*8, 18's and
2U's, constantly on hand, and for sale by
WARWICK, FRICK & BALL,
_ mr -4 tf 60 South street.
1 Bbls. No. I ami PRIME BEEF.
tXV/ 200 BltU. OHIO EXTRA FLOUR very choice.
SO Bbls. PURE RYE WHISKY, warranted.
35 Bbls. GEN I INK BOURBON, warranted.
5 Bbijj. ROLL BUTTER, Pennsylvania.
20 Eased Lewis M. Norton's P. A. CHEESE.
SALE by B. T. ELDER, COMMISSION MERCHANT,
mr24-tf \o. 81 Smith's Wharf.
BRANDIES—
J- 60 Bids. WILD OnERRY BRANDY.
55 Bbls. STRAWBERRY BRANDY.
Prepared from the fruit, and warranted genuine.
For sale by Dr. COUMIS & ROGERS,
Inr24 tf 4 Commerce street.
A PPLE AND I * EA CH I i l IA N I)Y—
-1 \. 40 Bbls. APPLE BRANDY.
20 Bbls. PEACH BRAN'DY, extra fine.
For sale by Dr CORMIS & ROGERS,
mr*24 tf 4 Commerce street.
KA Bbls. VIRGIN 1A RYE WHISKEY
In store, and for sale by
I)£ CORMIS k ROGERS,
4 Commerce street.
')()() Bills. OLD M ON O N GAHELA
/W\J\s RYE WHlSKEY—extra fine, and highly im
proved by age.
For sale by DE COR MIS k KOG ERS,
mr24tf 4 Commerce street.
PALM NUT S
50 Bags fresh, landing.
For sale by J. CROSBY & SON,
in.r '2,l tf 15 Bowley's Wharf.
BO RDEAUX ] l' RUN ES
40 Cases Glass Jars.
BORDEAUX PLUMS—
-50 Casks, for sale by J. CROSBY k SON,
ini-23 tf 15 Bowley's Wharf.
(J ICILY* COTTON COLORED RAGS—
O 70 Bales for sale by J. CROSBY & SON.
"""23 tf 15 Bowley's Wharf.
4 RABIAN DATES —SOO Frails for sale, to
jC\. arrive, by J. CROSBY k SON,
March 22 15Bowly's Wharf.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.— ISO
boxes, s's, 10's, and 1 lb. lumps, for sale cheap by
J. CROSBY k SON,
l3 Bowly's Wharf.
WINES
SICILY, MADEIRA, and PURE JUICE. Sweet
and Dry MALAGA WINE, in bond, or duty paid.
For sale by J. CROSBY" & SON,
mi'2o-tf 15 Bowly's Wharf.
IG S
2.000 Packages in Drums, Boxes and Fancv Cartoons.
SICILY AND PAPER SHELL ALMONDS—IOO Bags,
For sale by J. CROSBY & SON,
mr!B-tf 15 Bowly 's Wharf.
QICILY HE M PSEE D— ~
50 Bags and Barrels.
ORCHARD GRASS SF.ED-60 Rusliels Kentucky.
For sale by J. CROSBY & SON.
mrlS-tf 45 Bowly's Wharf.
MACKE R E L
40 Bbls. Prime Large No. 3—one brand—landing,
and foi sale by RICHARDSON & CO.,
mris i'it. 67 Exchange Place.
WEST ERN PRO DUC !v—
-20 1 ierees N. \\. Thomas k Co.'s Superior Family
HAMS.
150 bbls. Choice Ohio fcrtra FLOUR.
30 cases L. M. Norton's PINK APPLE CHEESE.
5 bbls. C. Alexander's BOURBON WHISKEY
50 bbls. OLD BOURBON WHISKEY
50 bbls. OLD RYE.
BACON, BUTTER, LARD, BEEF, ETC.
For sale by
B. T. ELDER, Commission Merchant.
jnrl7-tf No. 81 SMITH'S WHAICF.
/"CHAMPAGNE,—The celebrated'tJrescent'
W brand CHAMPAGNE for sale by
G. 1,. HARRISON,
_ mrlB 6 O'Donnell's wharf.
BACON.
35 HHDS. PRIME WESTERN BACON—SIDES
f 9 " " " " SHOULDERS.
10 " " " HAMS.
For sale by GRANT k BROTHER,
mh!3-tf 61 Exchange Place.
NEW ORLEANS SUGAR.—3OO lrhds.
New Orleans SUGAR, various grades, for sale by
GEO. L. HARRISON,
mh!2-dtf 6 O'DonneH's wharf.
PORT AND SHERRY WINES.— Very
superior PORT WINE, bottled in Oporto, and superior
Animtilludo SHERRY, in wood, of direct importation, and
for sale by GEO. L.HARRISON,
# O'Donnell's wharf.
CIHEESE. — Cutting, E. D., and Pine An.
> pie now landing and for sale by
KiOXIARDSOX k CO.,
inrl2-iltf ,7 Exchange Place.
QPANISH HG LEAD—3O tons for sale by
.7. CROSBY & SOS. 15 llowly's wharf. tilll4 tf *
SUMAC —'200 bags Ist quality Sicily for sale
by J. CROSBY K SON IS Bow H •*< wharf. mh4 ts
QHIPPI.\(_; Ill's and IsY, just received,
and for sale ly
AUMISTEAD, RIGGS & CO.,
mr l'l tf _ 57 Exchange Place.
QUIPPING 12's JUST UFJ RIVED AND
k} for sale by WARWICK, FRICK k BALL,
6O South street.
MACKEREL, HERRINGS, CODFISH,
HAKE, Ac., for sale at lowest market prices by
RICHARDSON A CO.,
""I tf 07 Exchange Place.
CMJNNY BAGS.— Constantly on Lund and
M for sale a lowest market rates by
RICHARDSON* k CO.,
mrl-tf 07 Exchange Place.
SI 11 PPING TOBACCO—3ObuttsT. L.<>.-
ton's 12s lump; 20 butts J. Mason, 12s lump; 25 butts
Jus, Hite, 12s lump; 56 butts Wni. Walker, ISs lump—just
received in store and sale by COURTNEY & CUSHING,6S
ft. Cay street. mrf.tf
A DAMAN TIN F. CANDLES.— The
-tl attention of the City and Southern trade is respect
fully called to our extensive assortment of CANDLES—
4's, s's, 6's and 12'Sj, in 20. 30, 33, 34 and 401b. boxes and
cartoons, also, to the justly celebrated Hanhattanville Can
dles, in 15 and 301b. boxes and cartoons, 4's, s's. 6's and
12 ' s - GRANT & BROTHER,
. f __ 61 Exchange Pliice.
A VALON NAILS, Constantly for Sale by
4* STICKN'EY k CO.,
Agents for the Avalon Nail Works,
fe22-tf Exchange Place.
RICE CONSTANTLY FOR SALE BY
JOHN F. PICKRELL & CO.
fi'23-tf. 40 West Lombard Street.
WOOD'S OHIO PEARL STARCH.
f ▼ Having been appointed Agents, we will keep con
stantly on hand a full supply of this celebrated STARCH
We respectfully call the attention of the trade and ship
pers to this Starch, it being warranted to keep in any
climate and to give complete satisfaction.
, „ , GRANT k BROTHER,
T 61 Exchange Place.
SAFES! SAFES!! SAFES!!!—
All excellent assortment of PATENT SALAMANDER
SAFES, from the justly celebrated manufactory of Evans
& Watson, constantly on band, for sale at the Scale and
Safe Warehouse, Lewis' Building, No. 41 S CH4RLES
STREET. j. A. WESTON A CO.,
fe22-tf Agent for the Manufacturers.
I[MRE CRACK F.R.S.—sou Boxes for sale
by J. CROSBY k SOX, 15 Rowley's wharf. m3tf
TIJ RKS ISLAND SALT.—SOOO bushels
for sale from store by HALL & LOXEY,
fe22tf. 50 BUCHANAN'S WHARF.
BROWN STOUT.—6O Casks Barclay &
Co. London Porter, for sale by lIALL k LOXEY,
fe22-tf. 50 BUCHANAN'S WHARP.
MOLASSES. —50 Puncheons English
Island, in store and for sale HALL k LOXEY
56 Buchanan's wharf. " fe22-tf '
HERRING AND ALEWIVES-20UBHK
in store and for sale by HALL k LONEY*. 50 Buch
anan's wharf. fe22 tf
BRANDYWINE KTILN DRIED CORN
Meal, in barrels and hogsheads, for sale by
JOHN S. WILLIAMS & BRO.
fi'22 Iv. 52 Commerce street.
SALT. —'20,1 HKJ Bushels Trapani Salt 111
store and for sale by F. L. BRAUNS, A CO.,
ft:'— t f No. 11 Cheapside, cor. Lombard St'
PUMIC E STONE . —OO casks Pumice
Stone for sale by F. L. BRAUNS k CO.'
fe'22 tf No. 11 Cheapside, cor. of Lombard st.
HARDW A RE.— Manufacturers'
Agents for the sale of all kinds of AMERICAN and
FOREIGN HARDWARE. HISS k COLE,
fe22-tf. 27 & 29 South Charles street.
NEW ORLEANS SUGAR AND MO
LASSES.—3OO Hhhds. N. O. Sugar, part prime.
'260 Bbls., N. 0. Molasses, bright and
heavy. For sale by GEO. L. HARRISON,
6 O'Donnell's Wharf.
®ACS Good to Prime RIO
V-rCOFFEE, ex ''Wheatland," for sale by
_ LAMBERT GITTIXGS,
fe22 6t. 5g Buchanan's Wharf.
hi HHDS. BULK MEAT & BACON.
'Jyjyj FOR SALE BY
le'JO 6t JOSEPH CARSON & CO.
piping.
•£3S&, VESSELS WANTED FOR
IwMSk HAVANA.
~Siig£3£s. The undersigned are constantly in want
of vessels to load to and from Havana and Mantanzas
MORRELL k RANDALL,
fe2s-tf 58 Exchange Place.
€nL
CHAS. FORSTKR.JR. WM. B. SLACK.
COAL.
FORSTERi SLACK,
QHIPPERS AND DEALERS IN ALL
kJKINDS OF ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOCS COAL
tirupivme?!"' "•F'Tated to deliver in good order,
i) for Cupolas and Foundry purposes.
Baltimore Company, Sunbury, Locust Gap and Lorberry
I . Jllfi ' J'Yken's Valley and Short Mountain Red Ash,
fo amilj use. Cumberland Coal for manufacturing and do
ftL I S?TJ:2£?F B YARD,-Howard Street, oppo
, , „ " YARD, —Corner Albemarle and Alice
Anna streets feb22 tf
UMBERLAND COAL.—Of the best
fron ? 'I" f °urteen feet vein George's Creek,
constantly for sale by the cargo or car load.
STICKNEY k CO.,
Exchange Place.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
BALTIMORE CO'S. PINE GROVF
BROADMOUNTAIN, SHORT MOUNTAIN, LYKEN'S
5 ALLEY, TREVERTON, and the celebrated PINK ASH
COAL-from HEIL'S TUNNEL—
-2,240 16. to the TON,
which lam prepared to deliver at the lowest prices for
"h i BITUMINOUS COAL for Steam and Smith purpos
es, always on hand.
Office and yard, CORNER CATHEDRAL and PRESTON
MMciU 7 SECONr > orders are respect
mrll ly 8. M. KUAUSKR
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, MARCH 29, 1858.
fflbattff.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.—
POUNDS.
Thus. J.'Martin, D. F. ITolt,
John S. Hall, J. Brook,
W. L. Saunders, "* T. T. Saunders,
Harry of the West, C. Davis,
Brice Thomas. Davis & Draper,
A. J. Law k Co., .lean Niei.tt,
Shelton k Clay, Economy,
Gil man, B. White,
C. O'Malley, S. Mate,
P. A. Clay, A Ivan Adams,
W. B. Law, J'. Hayne,
A Wins, P. Richardson,
J. M. Uillard, Geo. Finney,
Thomas Carbry, Smith,
J. M. Taylor, Monticello,
J. W. Murrell, E. Pope,
L. J. Keen, J. R. Graham,
Allen A: Knight, P. Fry,
C. L. Ellis, Sams,
A. B. Clements, Joe Johnson,
W. Babney, Meaxes,
M.Moor, Jas. Sizer, Jr.,
Wild Rose. Figs,
A. Turner, A.J. Law k Co.,
J. Mason, Twist,
J. T. Ross, R. Caswell,
Forest Rose. Buffalo, s's k 10's,
Lawrence, D. Lyon, s's & 10's,
A. & G. Maxwell, 5'9 k 10's, A. B. Clements, s's,
Shipping s's, 10's, 12's, 14's. 18*s and 20 , 5.
For sale by COURTNEY & CUSniNG,
fe22 tf ____ No. 65 South Gay street.
TV/F AN U FACTUKED TOBACCOT
J. tX Fancy Pound Lumps, Twist, Pancake, Balls, Figs, kc.
Poindcxter's Twist, % boxes.Ferguson's Cuba Twist, cad.
Crum](ton's Rk R 44 Delight of the Harem, picture
Carroll's Fig, X 44 Ferguson's cor. stone,'"/tf bxs.
Murphy's Fig, % " M. G. Anderson's G.
Ferguson's P'ucake.X 44 Bars, X u
Ragsdate's Twist, % 44 Nutmeg Twist, % 44
S. S. Lucke, % 4 Jas. Miller's 44
Ragsdale's Dew Thomas' Hon. Bean, j* 44
Drop, X 44 Witcher's Fan. k Soz. R&Rjtf
Stewart k Walker's 6s. \ bxsßerger's Original Jenny
J. Thomas, Jr., 44 Gholson." Lind Twist.
POUNDS,
S. E. White, R. M. Harper,
J. M. Cobb, American Clipper,
J. A. Clay, Natural Leaf,
J. M. Arnold, W. C. Morton,
Burton's Cross, J.A.Graves,
H. Lewis, T. Taylor,
Star of Franklin, People's Favorite,
M. T. Anderson, Murrell k Burks,
T. H. Allen, R. D. Burks,
Lee k Bro., May Cherry,
Abdel Kader, Red Fox,
Lone Star, Jno. Pate,
Tyreana, Piedmont,
L. A. Williams, Jno. S. Clair,
J. L. Clayton's Cross, H. Walker,
Geo. G. Curie, Jno. Turner
Prentis, Lilly Lee,
R. Walton, J. p. Hamlet,
Edmund Hale, D. P. Witch us, A AAA,
J. C. Ferguson, John Logan,
John Smith, A. E. Saunders,
Leftwitch's Cross, J. C. Breckinridge,
Bluff City, FIVES.
Natural Bridge, Jack Robinson.
Nutmeg, EIGHTS, kc.
Harry of the West, Carter Jackson,
P. Parley, Consoler of Man,
Uncle Sam, Jno. Amos,
Jew Twang, O. 11. Roland,
Fannie Waller, TENS,
I. Boss, j. c. Luce,
W. B. Ryland, Stewart k Walker.
HALF POUNDS,
Consoler of Man, Carter Jackson, lwxes.
SMOKING TOBACCO IN BALES, BOXES AND BBLS.
Kentucky Leaf; Virginia Leaf and Stems.
Powhatan Pipes; Calabria Stick Liquorice.
In store and for sale by
WARWICK, FRICK k BALL,
fe22 tf. Xo. 69 South street.
VIRGINIA MANUF. TOBACXJO.—
POUNDS.
T. W. Anderson, Competitor,
l)e Rosa. Ay. H, Smiley,
H. J. Lewis, Clias. Dunn,
R. Parker, A. C. Turnley,
Chambers & Flippin, Penn.
H. I). Woods, Anna Rice, bright,
J. Boon, Tlios. Newman, bright
L. W. Gaines' Extra J. C. Brock,
Picayune, A. E. Crutchfleld.
Crescent City, R. F. Eppes,
E. Jackson, Rowlett,
Cheeryble Bros. J,c Grand,
B. Harris, J. Lanes,
L. S. Fulton k Co. W. 11. Stewart,
Bashford k Co. Jack Robinson,
T. J. Stabler, Zenobia,
J. Dick, Alexander,
H. k 11. Natural, Jno. T Lewis,
Leftwich, I. p. Cook,
Jno. AVilson, J. Pinkney,
IV. F. Payne, HALF POUNDS.
Jas. Kite, Uncle Sam,
Tobacco Queen, Laurel Branch,
J. H. F. Mason, National Guard,
Sine qua non, Blair & Birch,
J. M. S. Extra, Pine Apple,
J. M. S. Fine Star, FANCY STYLES
Jas. Williams, Madeira, twist,
R. J. Wade, Sugar Pear,
Dark Sweet, lbs. Yenable Spun
Competitor, Dough Nut.
Biilgood, TWIST.
FIVES and TENS. Sutberiin's Rough k Ready.
J. W. Priddy, Mayo's do.
Powhatan Pipes.
Smoking Tobacco in hales, caddies, obis, and lilids.
Loaf Tobacco and Stems in hlids.
In store and for sale by AKMISTEAD, RIGGS k CO.
f' -- (>'■ 57 Exchange Place.
ltctals, satbtoatt, &t.
YELLOW METAL.—BUS! ON RTT
VKKE COPPER COMPANY'S Sheathing Metal,
Bolts, Spikes and Nails. Constantly for sale by
STICKNEY A CO.,
fe-51w Exchange Place.
QTICKNEY &. CO..
kJ DEALERS liV
NAII.S, COAL AND IRON,
No. 57 Exchange Place, up stairs. fe2s-tf
H~~ISS & CO L E,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AMERICAN ANI) FOREIGN
HARDWARE,
Nos. 27 and 29 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
fi>22-tf. Baltimore.
M KKITII, Jr. &. SON,
23 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
MANUFACTURER'S AGENTS
EOK
Best Cut Nails, Naylor A Co.'s Steel Shovels, Forks, Tacks,
Butt Hinges, Sad Irons, Hollow ware Castings, Ac. mr23-tf
IT* L. PA RK ER & CO.,
J • IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN METALS
SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
between PRATT and CAMDEN STREETS.
OFFER FOR SALE 1
TIN PLATE, of every description.
TERNE PLATE for roofing.
ENGLISH SHEET IRON, Nos. 10 to 27.
AMERICAN " " " 14 to 27
GALVANIZED" " " 18 to 28.
RUSSIA " " " 9t016.
IRON WIRE, TINNED WIRE," oto 35.
SHEET ZINC, SPELTER.
PIG and BAR LEAD.
BANCA TIN, in Pigs and Bars.
LEAD PIPE and SHEET I.EAI).
HOOP IRON. % in. to 2X in.
TINMEN'S TOOLS and MACHINES.
BRASS KETTLES, COPPER BOTTOMS, RIVETS,
KETTLE EARS, Ac.. Ac. fe22-tf.
KEYSER, TIiOXELL & CO.
IRON WAREHOUSE.
No. 19 SOUTH CALVERT ST.
IMPORTERS of all descriptions of IRON
and STEEL. Have constantly on hand a complete as
sortment of
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH IRON.
Manufacturers of
RAIL ROAD SPIKES AND CHAIRS.
Agents of the
VIADUCT AND LAUREL BOILER IRON WORKS,
ELK SHEET IKON MILL, BRISTOL FORGE.
Also, agents for the best Pennsylvania and Maryland
ANTHRACITE and CHARCOAL PIG IRON FURNACES
feb22 tf.
J MORRIS W'A M PL.F.K.
• CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER
MECHANICAL DRAWINGS.
UAL T/MO RE PATE XT AOEXCY.
DESIGNS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND CONTRACTS
FO KCOTT A G E S AND OTHER RUILIU \ S
FARMS, LOTS AMD CEMETERIES
SURVEYED, LAID OFF, AND MAPPED.
OFFICE, NO. 22 SECOND STREET, BAUT.
REFERENCES.
Prof. A.D.Bache.Su. U.S.C.S. Thus. Winans, Esq.,
J. H. B. Latrobe, Esq., Win. G. Harrison, Esq.,
J. C. Neilson, Esq., Arch't. Jno. S. Brown, Esq.,
Gov. J. J. Stevens, Dr. R. S. Stewart.
Gen. Geo. if. Stenart, Dr. A. C. Robinson,
Robt. C. Wright; Esq., Dr. J. G. Morris
nirlOtf
LEATHER DEPOT.
HEMLOCK, OAK & SOLE LEATHER.
4000 SIDES OF HEMLOCK and OAK SOLE LEATHER IN
STORE AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. I pledge myself to deliver
to any §tate SOUTH or WEST of BALTIMORE. HEMLOCK
SOLE LEATHER as low, if not lower, and in quality
equal, if not superior to what can be obtained in New
York or any other City in the Union.
Southern and Western Merchants, and Baltimoreans,
having orders to fill with Hemlock or Oak Sole, or any
kind or quality of LEATHER, are respectfully invited to
call at NO. 42 SOUTH CALVERT STREET, one door north
of Lombard.
FRANCIS H. GRUPY,
niDES, OIL AND LEATHER DEALER.
A full assortment of TANNERS' and CURRIERS' TOOLS
at New York prices. fmrfilml
GREEN SALTED and DRY HIDES ALWAYS WANTED
BOOK AND JOB PKINTNG
BY THE MOST EXTENSIVE
STEAM PROPELLED MACHINERY IX BALTIMORE,
jY. W. Corner of Baltimore and Bay Streets.
SHERWOOD & GO'S
BOOK AND JOB STEAM PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT.
We are prepared, as usual, to execute to order every va
riety of Printing, comprising
CARDS, CIRCULARS. CATALOGUES. BILL HEADS,
BILLS LADING, BANK CHECKS,
And ali Commercial
AND LEGAL BLANKS, HANDBILLS, LABELS
For Druggists and others ;
SHOWBILLS, PROGRAMMES, TICKETS, ETC.,
For Exhibitions, Concerts. Balls, and other purposes.
SPECIMENS SHOWN.
Having "annexed" an additional room, and made large
accessions to the facilities of our establishment, we are en
abled to compete, as respects accuracy and neatness, low
prices and punctuality, with the most extensive Printing
Concerns in the country.
Being amply provided with Machinery, Presses, Type,
Ornaments, Ac., including the latest improvements in ma
terials and apparatus appertaining to the Printing Busi
ness, our patrons may confidently rely upon haviug their
work done to their satisfaction.
A continuance of public patronage respectfully solicited.
Orders for every description of ornate printing in Bronze,
Gold or various Colors, executed in neat style. feb22 tf
PARASOLS, PARASOLS, PARASOLS.
E. M. PUXDERSOX & CO.,
209 BALTIMORE STREET,
Are now receiving an extensive assortment of I'ARA
SOLS of entire new styles and superior finish, to which
they invite the attention of the trade, both city and coun
try. Our receipts from the factory will be daily through
the season. We invite particular attention to the LADY'S
PARAGON or SUN AND RAIN UMBRELLA, an article
ef recent introduction and already very popular. Also,
FANS and FANCY RUBBER GOODS, In great variety.
mr23-lw.
WM. GRANGE & CO.,
119 WEST LOMBARD STREET,
MANUFACTURERS' DEPOT OF GLUE,
Of every description, from common to the most superior
quality of BONE GLUE, for Printers and Piano Manufac
terers' use.
Also, constantly on hand, a large supplv of
BONE DUST ,
rO* AO EI CULTURAL PURPOSES.
Both Articles at strictly Manufacturers' prices. ft? 22 tf
|lail
J,; I' < Mi. A 1,1, i'A UTS OK
THF WEST.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
FOR THROUGH PASSENGERS.
First:—The MAIL TRAIN starts (Sundays excepted,
at 8.30, A. M., and arrives at Wheeling at 4.15 A. M., con
necting at Ben wood with Central Ohio trains for Columbus,
C ncinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville, Chicago, St. Louis,
&c\, and at same place with trains for Cleveland, Toledo,
Detroit, &c.,by Cleveland Road, and also at Parkers
burg with Marietta Road.
Second The ST. I.OUIS and CINCINNATI EXPRESS
1 RAIN leaves daily at 5.15, P. M., connecting at Benwood
at 10)*, A. M., with express trains from Bellaire to Cincin
nati {without change of cars at Cohrmhus,) and reaching
there in 29 hours from Baltimore. It also connects direct
ly, in both directions, at Grafton with cars by Parkers
burg and Marietta roads for Chillicothe, Cincinnati, etc.
These trains connect at Xenia for lndiana]olis, Chicage
and St. Louis, and at Cincinnati with the Ohio and Mis
sissippi Express for Louisville, Cairo and St. Louis
through to St. ouis in less than 48 hours from Baltimore.
From the AY es, these connections are equally close and
satisfactory, arriving at Baltimore at 10.30, A.M.
lf&~Baggage checked through to all points.
THROUGH TICKETS sold at lowest rates, at Camden
Station, and at Washington, D. C.
Passengers from Baltimore or Washington may view the
entire road by daylight, by taking morning train, and ly
ing over at Cumberland, and resuming next morning by
AN heeling Accommodation Train, leaving Cumberland at
8 o'clock.
FOR AVAY PASSENGERS.
The Mail Train at 8)*, A. M., will stop at all Stations
east of Cumberland, and the Acommodation at all Stations
beyond Cumberland going west. Eastwardly, the Accom
modatiou Train leaves AVheeling at 8.30. A.* M., and the
MaR leaves Cumberland at 9, reaching Baltimore at 5.35
On the NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRANCH, be
tween Grafton and Parkersburg, wav passengers will take
the Express westwardly and the Mail eastwardly.
The FREDERICK Tnrin starts at 4, P. M., stopping at
way stations. Leaves Frederick at 9.15, A. M., arrives at
Baltimore at 12.35, noon.
The ELLICOTTS MILLS Train leaves at 5.45, A. M., and
at 3.15, P.M. Leaves Ellicotts Mills at 8, A. M., and 6,
P. M., except Sunday.
FOR WASHINGTON AXD THE SOUTH.
Leave Baltimore for Washington at 4.15 and 8 and 10
A. M., 3 and 5.20, P. M . On Sunda}-sat 4.15, A. M. only.
Leave Washington for Baltimore at 6 and 8, A. M., and
3, and 4.20, P. M. On Sundays at 4.20, P. M., only.
The first and fifth trains from Baltimore, and the fourth
train from AA'ashington, will be Express Mail Trains, stop
ping only at AA'ashington Junction and Annapolis Junc
tion.
The 8 and 5.20 trains from Baltimore, and the 8 and 5.20
trains from AA'ashington, connect with the trains at An
napolis.
For tickets, information, fare, kc, apply to J. T. ENG
LAND, Agent, at the Ticket office, Camden Station.
AVM. PRESCOTT SMITH,
fe22-tf. Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
rrj TO AVESTERN TRAVELERS"
H -"riT r """FALL AND WINTER
ARRANGEMENTS,
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY,
On and after January 28th, 1858, TWO DAILY TRAINS
will leave Calvert station for
PITTSBURG, CHICAGO,
CLE V EL A ND, CINCINNATI,
ST. LOUIS, and all cities and towns in the West and
North and Southwest.
THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
Leaves Baltimore daily (Sunday excepted) at 8 15, A.
M. for Pittsburg, and all AA'estern Towns and Cities.
THE ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
Leaves Baltimore daily (Sunday excepted) at 3, P. M.
for Parkton.
THE NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN
Leaves Baltimore every night at 10, P. M., connecting
with the Lightning Express ower the Pennsylvania Kail
road for Pittsburg, arriving at 1, I*. M.
The 8.15 A. M. and 10, P. M. trains connect closely at
Pittsburg with trains over the Pittsburg, Fort AA'ayne and
Chicago Railroad and its Northern, Southern and Western
connections.
Passengers for Chicago, Rock Island, Burlington, lowa
City, Milwaukie, Dubuque, St. Paul, Madison, and other
leading Cities in the Northwest, will save one hundred
miles of travel and ten hours in time, with four less chan
ges of cars, by taking this route.
Passengers for Cleveland, Sandusky, Toledo and Detroit
go by this route, and the time is unequalled, being 43 miles
shorter than any other route.
Passengers for St. Louis, Indianapolis, Terre Haute,
Cairo, and all )>oint.s on the Lower and Up|>er Mississippi,
make less changes of cars and arrive in advance of any
other route; and to Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Louis
ville and other prominent cities, as quick as by any other
route.
All Western Baggage checked through, and handled
with care.
Passengers for
WILLI A MSPORT, NIAGARA FALLS
ELM IRA, BUFFALO,
And cities and Towns in
WESTERN NKYV YORK and CANADA,
Will find this the shortest, cheapest and most expeditious
route, and leave by train at 8.15, A.M.
Passengers for Hanover, Gettysburg, Emmetshurg,
Wrightsville, Columbia aud Lancaster leave in the morn
ing train at 8.15, A. M.
Passengers leaving YY'ashington at 6, A. M., connect with
the 8.15. A. M. train, and those by the trains at 3, 4.2oand
5.20 with the 10, P. M. Train for all parts of the West.
For further correct and reliable information please apply
at the Ticket Office of the Northern Central Railway, Cal
vert Station, corner of Calvert and Franklin streets, Balti
i niore. C. C. ADKEON, Sup't.
j J. H. WARNER, Ticket Agent. fe22 tf.
KALTIMOIIK AND PHILADEL-
I'HIA STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
VIA CANAL*
For the transportation of Merchandize, Produce, Packa
ges, Horses, Carriages, Furniture and Goods of all sorts.
BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE.
FOR PHILADELPHIA,
One of the Company's Steamboats leaves NO. 3 LIGHT
STREET WHARF, daily, at 4 o'clock, arriving in Phila
delphia at 5 o'clock the next morning, in ample time for
the New York Trains.
FROM PHILADELPHIA,
Leaves DAILY, at 3 o'clock, from NO. 19 SOUTH
WHARVES.
Goods forwarded immediately with care—Free of all
charge for commission.
J. ALEX. SHRIVEL. ACT. JVo. 3 Li./hl street Wkf. Halt.
A. GROVES, JR., AGT., Ao. 19 South Wharves, Phila.
fe22-tf.
NKW YORK AND BALTIMORE
■A. ... V'. _.L. TRANSPORTATION LINE.
INLAND,
THROUGH THE DELAWARE AND RARITAN, AND
CHESAPEAKE AND DELAWARE CANALS,
For the conveyance of Merchandise, Produce, Packages
Horses, Carriages, Furniture ami Goods of all sorts, at ver
low rates.
THROUGH BETWEEN NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE,
WL TITO UT TRA N SHIP ME NT,
IN 48 HOURS.
FOR NEW YORK,
A steamboat loaves Baltimore EVERY AFTERNOON from
3 LIGHT STREET WHARF.
FROM NEW YORK,
A steamboat leaves in like manner for Baltimore PAILV,
except Saturday afternoon, from NORTH RIVER, between
Piers Nos. 3 and 4.
Goods destined for places beyond Baltimore or New York
forwarded immediately with care—free of all charges for
commission. Mark goods destined for this route—
INLAND PROPELLER LINE.
The safety, regularity and dispatch of this line, together
with the moderate rates charged, commend it to the pub
lie as a desirable medium for conveying every description
of freight.
J. A. SHRIYER, Agt.
No. 3 Light street Wharf, Bait.
W. DALZELL, Agt.
fe22 dtf. 42 West Street, North river, N. Y.
Steamships.
C 11 O M W E 1. L'S GREAT
EASTERN, WESTERN AND SOUTHERN
aSISaBMbSTKAMSIIIP, FREIGHT AND PASSEN
GER LINE.
The TEX STEAMERS of this Line are now in first rate
order, and the Agent announces to business commu
nity that a Steamer will leave 116 Spear's IVharf, Balti
more, and Pier Thirteen, North River, New York, EVE
RY AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
Insurance may be effected on goods by the Cromwell's
Steamers to or from New York 011 o]>on policies at their
office, at one-eighth percent. This Insurance will be ef
fected for the account of the owners of the property, (loss
if any payable to them) with the most responsible Compa
nies, whose certificate will he given when required.
One of the above steamers will leave Baltimore EVERY
THURSDAY afternoon, at 3 o'clock, for Charleston, S. C.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodations
apply to • A. C. HALL, Agent,
110 Sjiear's Wharf, Balto.
A. B. CROMWELL, k CO
cor. Washington k Albany sts., N Y.
JOHN W. CALDWELL. Agent,
fe24 tf. Charleston, S. C.
GLASGOW AND V Y.
% STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
SPLENDID A: POWERFUL STEAMERS
Commanders.
EDINBURGH, 2,500 tons Wm. Cuntming,
NEW YORK, 2.150 u Robt. Craig,
GLASGOW, 1,062 11 John Duncan.
Are up|ointed to sail
FKOM GLASGOW,
NEW YORK, 13 February,
GLASGOW, 17 March,
EDINBURGH. 17 March.
FROM NEW YORK,
NEW YORK, Saturday, 13 March, at 12 o'clock, noon
GLASGOW, Wednesday, 14 April, <4 44 44
EDINBURGH, 44 14 April, 44
RA TES OF PA SSA GE :
FROM GLASGOW.
First class 15 guineas}
Steerage, found with cooked provisions.... JS 44
FROM NEW YORK,
First class, .....$75
Steerage, found with cooked provisions 30
Children under 14 years of age, half fare; Infants in Steer
age $5.
Return tickets available within six months by any
steamers of this line
First class $l4O.
Third class 60.
An experienced Surgeon to each steamer.
For passage apply to WORKMAN k Co.
123 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
HALL A LONKY,
56 Buchanan's Wharf. Baltimore.
ROBERT CRAIG,
fe22-tf. 17 u.HLKIu ;iv . New York;
PRE I (.JUT and passage to
l|llM^ffW ll lM The Merchants' and Miners' Transjiorta
tion Company's swift and staunch side wheel steamers
JOSEPH WHITNEY, Solomon Howes, Commander, and
WILLIAM JENKINS, William A. Hallett, Commander;
1,000 tons each.
One of the above steamers leaves Baltimore for Boston
EVERY SATURDAY, at 3, P. M. Freight taken upon
accommodating terms. Passage $l2, including Meals
and State Rooms. Wharf at the f*t of Long Dock.
Office foot of Long Dock.
fe22-tf. HENRY D. HEARS, Agent.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.~
ta ICTVnew york k California exsresr
AND EXCHANGE COMPANY.
A Joint Stock Company—Capital $600,000
OFFICE —B2 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Boston office— I San Fran, office— | Phil, office—
-39 k 40 Court cor Montgomery k 400 Chesnut st.
Square. | California sts. |
Agents for P. C. Bambalier 4: Co., Island of Cuha Ex
press.
EXPRESS to California, Sandwich Islands, Oregon and
South America.
sth and 20th OF EACH MONTH—Express to Havana
by all regular steamers.
Goods must be accompanied by invoices.
EXCHANGES on California, Oregon, Sandwich Islands
and Havana, in sums to suit.
Agents in Baltimore—
PENDERGART k BRO,
77 Smith's Wharf.
NOTICE TO CALIFORNIA BOND HOLDERS.
WELLS FARGO & CO , are now prepared to receive the
old Bonds of the State of California, transport the same to
Sacramento City, and procure new ones, in accordance
with the Act of 28th April, 1857, and return same to this
citv.
feSSMm Office— B2 Broadway, New York.
§nsincss jprctiom
Attorneys.
Thos. 11. Kemp, jr., Denton, Md.
J no. Prentiss Poe, 25 Lexington st.
It. Stockett Mathews, 46 Lexington st.
Charles E. Phelps, 2 Law Buildings.
Robert D. Burns, 46 Lexington st.
T. Frisby Henderson, 46 Lexington st.
P. K. Howard, 24 Law Buildings.
T. Joseph Rogers, 63 West Fayette st.
Agricultural.
B. M. Rhodes A Co., 141 W. Pratt st.
Wm. Orange A Co., 119 W. Lombard st.
Wm. Robinson, 4 A 6 Ilollingsworth st.
John S. Reese A Co., 77 South street, (over Corn
Exchange)
Architects.
It. Snowden Andrews, 7 A 8 Carroll Hall.
Lind A Murdoch, Charles and Fayette sts.
Alcohol and Camphene.
C. West A Son, 115 W. Lombard st.
Auctioneers.
Lemmon A Brogden, Buchanan's wharf.
Books and Stationery.
James S. Waters, 244 Baltimore st.
Samuel E. Turner, 3 S. Charles St.
Evans A Hovt, Gift Book Store, 41 Baltimore st.
Murphy A Co., 182 Baltimore st.
flushings A Bailey, 262 Baltimore st.
Lucas Brothers, 170 Baltimore st.
J as. S. Robinson, 24 South Charles st.
Bankers and Brokers.
P. H. Sullivan, 24 Second st.
Saml. Harris A Sons, 196 Baltimore st.
Purvis A Co., 208 Baltimore street.
McKim A Co., Baltimore A St. Paul st.
Jno. S. Gittiugs A Co., cor. South and Second
streets.
Martin Lewis, 6 South st., up stairs.
Builder's Materials.
R. Johnson, 69 W. Pratt st.
A. Cate, East Falls avenue and Fawn st.
Bakeries.
Jas. D. Mason A Co., 98 W. Pratt st.
Canvas, Twine, Ac.
Mount Vernon Co., Office, 94 Lombard st.
Civil Engineers.
J. Morris Wampler, 22 Second st.
Simon J. Martenet, 6 South st.
Coal.
Forster A Slack, South A Lombard st.
Sticknev A Co., Exchange Place.
Chas. Wm. Ciapp, 2 South st.
S. M. Krauser, 77 Second street, and corner ot
Cathedral and Preston streets.
Coach Makers.
Burr, Haight A O'Connell, 29 N. Gay st.
Dry Goods.
Wroth & Fnllorton, 85 Baltimore street.
Hamilton Easter & Co., 199, 201 and 203 Balti
more street.
H. Pollack & Bro., 161 N. Gay street.
Dyers and Scourers.
S. F. & J. H. Wylie, 142 Lexington st.
Engraving.
James M. Anderson A Son, 148 Baltimore St.
Education.
Law School—University at Cambridge, Mass.
Patapsco Female Institute, Ellicott's Mills, Md.
Gas and Gas Fittings.
Jackson & Chandler, 8 North st.
Blair A Co., 366 W. Baltimore st.
Maryland Gas Company, Baltimore and St. Paul
J. 11. McCall & Co., 15 Favette st.
West A J evens, 206 W. Baltimore street.
Guns, Rifles, and Pistols.
Alex. McComas, 51 Calvert st., and 53 Cheapside.
Hatters and Furriers.
J. L. McPhail A Bro., 132 Baltimore st.
K. Coupland, 40 W. Baltimore street.
Insurance Offices.
11. A. Didier, Commercial Buildings, S. Gay st.
National Fire Insurance Co., 13 South st.
George B. Coale, Agent, Commercial Buildings
Gay st.
Colin Mackenzie, Agent, Commercial Buildings,
Gay st.
Balto. Fire Insurance Co., South and Water sts.
Howard Fire Insurance Co., Howard and Clay sts.
Thos. D. Johnston, Agent, 73 Second st.
Solomon B. Davies, Agent, 16 Spear's Wharf.
Balto Life Insurance Co., 15 South st.
Jno. G. Proud A Sons, Agents, 63 Second st.
Associated Firemen's Insurance Co., 4 South st.
C. Oliver O'Donnell, 51 Exchange Place.
Baltimore Equitable Society, 19 South st.
S. W. Hopper, Agent, 67 Second sp-eet.
Leather and Hides.
F. H. Grupy, 42 S. Calvert st.
Metals, Hardware, Ac.
Dobbin A House, 94 Pratt street.
Keyset - , Troxell A Co., 19 S. Calvert St.
E. Pratt A Bro., 27 and 29, South Charles st.
Stiekney A Co., Exchange Place.
J. A. Weston A Co., 41 S. Charles st.
E. L. Parker A Co., S. Charles st., below Pratt.
M. Keith, Jr., A Son, 23 S. Charles street.
Hiss A Cole, 27 and 29 S. Charles st.
Medicines, Perfumeries, Ac.
J. P. Polk A Co., Fayette and St. Paul streets.
N. n. Jennings A Co., 88 N. Charles street.
Men's Furnishing Goods and Trimmings.
Wm. P. Webb A Co., 20 S. Charles street.
Machinists.
A. A W. Denmead A Sons, North st.
Maltster.
Francis Denmead, West Falls Avenue.
Mercantile Agencies.
J. D. Pratt, corner Baltimore and S. Charles st.
. Pianos & Music.
W . E. Thiede, 80 W. Fayette street.
Wm. Knabe A Co., 1, 3,5 and 7, N. Eutaw st., and
207 W. Baltimore st.
Neill A Washburn, 66 Fayette st.
F. D. Benteen, 181 Balto. A 84 Fayette st.
Photographers.
P. L. Perkins, 99 Baltimore st.
Paper Hangings, Upholstery Ac.
Howell A Brother, 260 Baltimore st.
Railroads.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, office—Camden
Station.
Northern Central Railway, office—Calvert Sta
tion.
Restaurants.
J. S. Rinn, 40 W. Pratt st.
Reilly A Snyder, 78 W. Fayette st.
Real Estate Agencies.
James Boyd, 26 St. Paul st.
Regalia.
A. Sisco, 95 Baltimore st.
Shipping and Commission Merchants.
Elirinan & House, X. W. corner Howard and
Pratt streets.
Joshua Walker, 110 X. Howard street.
B. T. Elder, 81 Smith's Wharf.
Joseph Carson & Co., 43 and 45 Eight st.
Love, Martin & Co., 5 Exchange Place.
John S. Williams & Bro., 52 Commerce st.
Wm. G. Price, 107 Lombard st.
Giant & Bro., 61 Exchange Place.
James Whiteford, Spear's Wharf.
Wm. Grange & Co., 119 W. Lombard st.
Janaey & Stow, 101 South st.
Lambert Gittings, 58 Buchanan's Wharf.
Ellicott & Hewes, 59 Exchange Place.
F. L. Brauns <4. Co., Cheapside and Lombard st.'
Hall & Loney, 56 Buchanan's wharf.
Sniveley & Cooke, 5 Commerce st.
Thompson St Oudesluvs, 57 S. Gay st.
John Williams & Son, 99 Smith's wharf.
Geo. L. Harrison, 6 O'Donnell's wharf.
Jno F. Pickrell & Co., 40 w. Lombard
Geo. Slater, 10 Commerce st.
Kiehardson & Co., 67 Exchange Place.
Saw Mills and Steam Engines.-
George Page <& Co.
Steamers.
Balto. and Phila. Steamboat Co., Office 3 Light
st. wharf.
New York and Balto. Transportation Line, Office
3 Light st. wharf.
Glasgow &. Now York Steamship Co., office 5C
Buchanan's wharf.
Cromwell's Line—Now York and Charleston—
office 116 Spear's Wharf.
Straw Goods Manufacturers.
Richard Hill, corner Sharp and Gorman sts,
Sewing Machines.
Wheeler A Wilson's—W. Merrill, agent, 12C Bal
timore st.
E. M. l'underson A Co., 209 Baltimore st.
1. M. Singer A Co.'s—W. E. Broderick agent, 105
Baltimore street.
Gibbs'—l,. D. Chase agent, 99 Baltimore street.
Johnson's—E. I). Chase agent, No 99. Baltimore
street.
Silver-Ware, Jewelry, Ac.
Cantield, Brother & Co., S. W. corner Baltimore
and Charles streets.
J. Alexander, 150 Baltimore street.
Geo. W. Webb, S. E. corner Baltimore and
Charles sts.
A. Stotvell, Jr., 163 Baltimore st.
Sam'l KirkA Son, 172 Baltimore st.
Stoves, Ranges, Ac.
Collins, Heath A Hutchinson, 22 Eight st.
J no. W. Beehtel, 93 Jf. Eutaw A 40 St. Paul st.
Spices.
Wm. H. Crawford A Co., 48 South at.
Tin and Sheet Iron Workers.
John Shanaman, 15 S. Calvert st.
Tobacco (Wholesale).
Warwick, Frick A Ball, 69 South at.
Armistead, Kiggs A Co., 57 Exchange Place.
Courtney A Cushing, 05 South Gav st.
J. Lyle Clarke A Co., 106 W. Bombard st.
Tobacconists (Retail).
Thus. N. Webb, Madison and Garden stß.
Tailors.
11. T. Roberts, 205 Baltimore st.
Samuel Taney hill, 2 Light st.
John H. Ilea <fc Co., Pratt & South sts.
Wooden Ware.
George Chipman, Calvert and Lombard sts.
Wines, Litjuors, &c.
De Cormis & Rogers, 4 Commerce street.
James llazlitt Jt Co., 39 and 41 S. Gay st.
Chenoweth & Booth, 159 N. Ga st.
P. C. Martin, 108 N. Howard st.
Fowler & Ziegler, 91 and 93 S. Charles st.
Wm. Grange & Co., 119 W. Lombard st.
W. T. Walters & Co., 68 Exchange Place.
T. T. Martin & Bro., 72 S. Calvert street.
TRAVELLER'S GUIDE
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES
Of Railroad Cars and Steamboats.
tS^NOTE. —The following may be relied upon, as it will
1* corrected whenever changes occur.
BALTIMORE ANUTHIO RAILROAD,
WEST A.\D SOUTH.
FROM CAMDEN ST. STATION,
For Wheeling and the West, Western Maryland and
Western Virginia, daily except Sunday, at 8.30 o'clock,
in the morning, connecting with trains to Frederick,
Winchester, &c., (the only train to Winchester) and
at Frederick with stages to Hagerstown and Emmitts
burg.
Accommodation Train for Frederick daily except Sun
day, at 4 P. M.
Express Train for Wheeling and the West, daily , at 5.15
o'clock, P. M.
SOUTH.— FOR WASHINGTON, (by Washington Branch,)
at 4.15, at 8 and 10, morning, and at 3 and 5.20, afternoon.
The lirst and last trains are the through lines for the
South.
On Sundays at 4.15 only
To Annapolis by the seeond and fourth trains.
FROM WASHINGTON TO BALTIMORE.
In the morning at six and eight; afternoon at three; and
twenty minutes past four; and twenty minutes past five.
Fare each way sl.so—Hound trip tickets to return same
day $2.
PHILADELPHIA RAIL ROAD.
FROM PRESIDENT ST. DEPOT.
Leave Baltimore. Arrive in Phi Pa.
Express Train at 8.40 A. M. 12.50 A. M.
Way Pas. do. 11 A.M. 3.30 P.M.
Night Ex. do. 6.25 P.M. 11 do.
On Sundays at 6.25 P. M. only
Accommodation train for Havre de Grace at 4.50 o'clock
P. M. Leave Havre de Grace at 7A. M.
FROM PHILADELPHIA FOR BALTIMORE.
Leave Phila. Arrive in Bait.
Way Train 8 A. M. 1.15 P.M.
Exp. Train I P. M. 4.30 do.
Night do. 11 P. M. 3.30 A. M.
On Sundays at 11 P. M. only.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
NORTH AND WEST.
From Calvert Station, corner Franklin and Calvert
Streets.
MAIL TRAIN, at 8.15, P. M., for York and Harrisburg,
and connecting with trains for Wrightsville, Columbia,
Lancaster, Hanover, Carlisle, Gettysburg, Chambersburg,
Pittsburg and the West, arriving at 5.45 I*. M.
ACCOMMODATION, daily (except Sunday) at OP. M.,
arriving at 7..'50 A. M.
EX PRESS MAIL TRAIN, daily, at 10, P. M., for Har
risburg, connecting with the cars of the Pennsylvania
Railroad for Pittsburg, arriving at 1.15 P. M.
The 8.15 A. M., and 10 P. M. trains form close connections
at Harrisburg with trains upon the Pennsylvania Railroad
for all parts of the West.
From Baltimore to York, 59 miles.
From Baltimore to Harrisburg, 85 miles.
From Baltimore to Pittsburg, 330 miles.
TO NORTHERN PENNSYLVANIA AND WESTERN
NEW YORK.
Baltimore to Port Treverton, on Susquehanna river,
thence to Northumberland, Williamsport, Eiinira, &c., to
Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
STEAMERS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
The ERRICSON LINE of steamers leave the corner of
Light and Pratt streets, daily, Sundays excepted, at 4 P.
M., for Philadelphia via Canal.
NORFOLK STEAMBOATS.
FOR NORFOLK and the South, the steamers NORTH
CAROLINA and LOUISIANA, from Union Dock, foot of
Concord street, daily, (except Sunday) at 5 o'clock, P. M.
Fare $5.
TO WELDON, N. C., by Railroad from Norfolk, and
connecting at this place with the Great Southern Mail
Line to Charleston.
EASTERN AND WESTERN SHORE.
Eastern Shore Steamboat Company's Line.
Either the HUGH JENKINS or CHAMPION, will leave
every Monday and Thursday mornings at 7 o'clock, for
Kent Island, Corsica, Spencer's, Harrison's Landing and
Chvstcrtnwn—returning the same day.
One of the floats will leave every Tuesday morning, at 7
o'clock, for Annapolis, West River, Cambridge, Oxford and
Easton, and return the following day, leaving Easton at
7 o'clock.
One of the boats will leave every Friday morning at 7
o'clock, for Annapolis,; West River, St. Michael's and Miles
River Ferry, returning the following clay by the same
route, leaving Miles River Ferry at 8 o'clock.
THE STEAMER KENT will run her routes to the Chop
tank River, as follows:
Leaves Baltimore every Wednesday and Saturday morn
ings at 7 o'clock, for Denton and Landings, touching at
Cambridge and Easton.
Leave Denton every Monday and Thursday mornings at
7 o'eloek, for Baltimore.
The STEAMER ARROW leaves for Chester River ,every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings at 8 o'clock. —
Returning leaves Cruinpton Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day mornings at 7 o'clock.
BALTIMORE AND PATUXENT RIVER.
Steamer PLANTER leaves Maryland wharf every Sat
urday morning at 6 o'clock, for the Patuxent river,'via
Fairhaven. On her return she passes down the river on
Friday, as far as Benedict, leaving Benedict on Wednesday
morning at 6o'clock for Baltimore.
Steamer PATUXENT leaves the Maryland wharf ev
ery Tuesday and Friday at 7 o'clock, A. M., for Fair Haven,
and returns Wednesday and Saturday.
Steamer MARY WASHINGTON, leaves the State To
bacco \\ arc-house, No. 1, every Wednesday at 7 o'clock for
Patuxent river, via Plum Point, and returns on Saturday.
BALTIMORE AND FREDERICKSBURG.
The \ IRGINIA, leaves Light street Wharf every Friday
afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Returning leaves Fredericksburg
every Tuesday at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Steamer COLUMBIA leaves every Saturday, at four
o'clock, tor Washington, Alexandria and Georgetown.
POSTAL WIDE;
RATES OF POSTAGE WITHIN THE U. STATES
Established by the Act of March 3,1855.
For every single letter in manuscript, or paper
of any kind in which information shall he asked
for, or communicated in writing, or. by marks,
or signs, sent in the mail not exceeding 3,000
utiles, . . ... 3 cents.
Sent over 3,000 miles, . . 10
Upon all letters passing through or in the mail,
except such as are to or from a foreign country,
the postage must be pre-paid, except upon letters
and packages addressed to officers of the govern
ment on official business, and so marked on the
envelope. This is not, however, to interfere with
the franking privilege.
For a double letter there shall be charged dou
ble the al>ove rates; for a treble letter, treble the
above rates, &c. Every letter or parcel not ex
ceeding half ail ounce (avoirdupois) in weight is
a single letter, and every additional weight of half
an ounce or of less than half an ounce is charged
u ith an additional single postage. When advertis
ed, cent additional is charged on each letter. For
a letter delivered by a carrier, there is an addi
tional charge of not exceeding one or two cents.
For drop letters, prepayment optional, (not to
be mailed,) each, . . .1 cent,
i For all letters or packages {ship letters) convey
ed by any vessel not employed in conveying the
mail, . . . . . . 2 14
To this charge of 2 cents is added 4 cents, when
the letters are not transmitted through the mail,
but are delivered at the i>ost-office where deposit
ed ; and the ordinary rates of United States |>ost
age are added when the letter is transmitted
through the mails.
Each newspaper, periodical, unsealed circular,
or other article of printed matter, not. exceeding
three ounces in weight, to any part of the United
States, . . . . 1 "
For every additional ounce or fraction of an
ounce, . . . . 1 "
If the postage on any newspaper or periodical is paid
quarterly or yearly in advance, at the office where the
same is either mailed or delivered, then half the above
rates are charged. Newspapers and periodicals not weigh
ing over one and a half ounces, circulated in the State
where published, are likewise charged hut half of the
above rates.
Small newspapers and periodicals, published monthly or
oftener, and pamphlets not containing more than sixteen
octavo pages each, when sent in single packages, weigh
ing at least eight ounces, to one address, and prepaid l>y
j affixing postage stamps thereto, shall he charged only half
i a cent for each ounce or fraction of an ounce, notwith
• standing the postage calculated on each separate article of
I such package would exceed that amount. The postage on
I all transient matter, unless prepaid, shall he charged dou
ble the first-mentioned rates.
Rooks, (Kiiind or unl*>und, not weighing over 4 pounds,
j shall he deemed mailable matter, and shall pay,
; For all distances under 3,000 miles, per ounce, 1 cent.
; For all distances over 3.000 miles, 2 * 4
j Fifty |cr cent, shall be added in all cases when not pre
' paid. All printed matter chargeable by weight shall be
: weighed when dry. The publishers of newspapers and pe
, riodlcals may send to each other from their respective offi
ees of publication, free of postage, one copy of each publi
cation ; and may also send to each actual subscriber, en
closed in their publications, bills and receipts for the same,
I free of postage The publishers of weekly newspapers may
j send to each actual subscriber within the county where
I their papers are printed and published one copy thereof
I free of postage.
No printed matter shall be sent at the above rates, unless
j either without any wrapper, or with one open at the ends
I or sides, so that the character of the matte r may be seen
without removing the wrapper; or if any written or print
ed communication is put on the same after its publication
or upon the cover or wrap|xr, except the name and address
of the person to whom the same is sent; or if anything
else is enclosed in such printed paper. If these conditions
are not complied with, letter postage shall be charged.
When any printed matter, received during any quarter,
has been in the post office for the whole of the succeeding
quarter, the postmaster shall sell it. and credit the amount
of the sales as directed by the Post-office Department
The establishment of private expresses for the convey
anoe of any letters, packets, or packages of letters, or other
matter tnmsmissablo in the United States mall (newspa
pers,pamphlets, magazines, and jieriodicalsexcepted) from
one city, town, or other place, to any other city, town, or
place in the United States, between which the United
States mail is regularly transported, is prohibited, but
letters, &c., may he carried by carriers in stamped envel
opes. Contractors may carry newspapers out of the mails
for •'ale or distribution among subscribers. A penalty of
$5,000 is imposed on any person taking letters through or
over any part of the United States for the purpose of be
ing Sent out of the United States without the payment of
|K>stage.
Letters addressed to different persons cannot lie enclosed
in the same envelope or package, under a penalty of ten j
dollars, unless addressed to foreign countries.
RATES OF FOREIGN LETTER AND NEWSPAPER
POSTAGE.
The single rate of letter postage I>y either the Havre,
Collins or Bremen lines, (and the same in respect to the j
British lines.) to or from any point in the United States, |
(except Oregon and California.) for or from any point in j
Great Britain, is 24 cents— pre payment optional. Newspa- I
pers, each two cents United States, and two cents British;
each country to collect its own postage, whether the paj>er
is sent from or received in the United States. [British
newspapers usually come British postage paid by a penny
stamp, equal to two cents.] They must be sent in narrow
bands, open at the ends. Letters for the continent of Eu
rope, to pass through Great Britain, in the open mail, must
bo prepaid 21 cents when the Atlantic conveyance is by
United States packets, and 5 cents when by British pack
ets, except from California or Oregon, when the sum to lx?
prepaidis, in the former instance, 26 cents, and in the lat
ter, 10 cents. Thus, in the one case, the Atlantic sea |M>st
age is to be collected at the mailing office, in the United
States; and in the other, left to be collected, together with
the British transit and other foreign postage, at the office
of delivery. Between Great Britain and Oregon and Cali
fornia, the single rate of letter )>ostagc is 29 cents.
Periodical works and pamphlets may be sent from the
United States to the United Kingdom, and vice versa
two cents of United States postage each, if they do
exceed two ounces in weight, and at 4 cents per ounce, or j
fraction of an ounce, when they exceed that weight- to lie
collected in all cases in the United States; and the same
will l>e subject to an additional like charge in the United
Kingdom. When sent to France, Algeria, or cities in
Turkey, Syria, and Egypt, in which France has post offi
ces,ttia England, or to other foreign countries, without
passing through the United Kingdom , they will be charges
hie with 1 cent an ounce, or fraction of an ounce, United
States postage— pre payment required.
Single rate of letter postage to or from Bremen, by the
firemen line, 10 cents— pre payment optional. Newspa
pers, each 3 cents, being the United Suites and German
postage— pre payment required. Letters and newspapers
to other parts of the continent may also go by this line
BUbject to various rates.
Single rate of letter i>ostage to or from France or Alge
ria, 15 cents the quarter ounce—payment optional. News
papers, periodical works, books stitched or bound, pam
phlets, catalogues, papers of music, prosjiectuses, circulars,
and all other kinds of printed matter, addressed to France
Algeria, or cities of Turkey, Syria, and Egypt, in which
rranee has post-offices, (viz: Alexandria. Alexandretta,
Keyrout Constantinople, Dardanelles, Galatz, Gallipoli,
\ . a V a 'm , 1,. Kerrasund, Latakia, Messina in
Asiatic Turkey, Mitylene, Rhodes, Salonica Samsoun, Si
nope, Smyrna, Sulina, Trebizond, Tri I>o li in Syria, Tub
c , ' * arua and \ olo,) can be dispatched to France direct,
or byway of England, on prepayment of the United States
postage, viz: newspapers, 2 cents each; periodical works
catalogues or pamphlets, one cent an ounce, or fraction,-
an ounce, and all other kinds of printed matter the samea.
domestic rates; to be in all cases collected in the United
States whether sent or received, France, in like manner
collects its own postage on all kinds of printed matter
whether sent or received. The United States exchange
offices for French mails are New York, Boston, Philadel
phia, and San I rancisco.
Single rate of letter postage by the Prussian closed mail
to Prussia, Austria, and all the other German States 30
cents, being full postage— pre payment optional. New-im
pers, 6 cents each, being also th efutl postage—prepayment
required. This mail is sent by every steamer, being land
ed at Liverpool bv the Collins, and at Southampton !>v
the Bremen and Havre lines. '
The system of registration of valuable letters adonted in
the United States has been extended to th"wrres3;£„£
with Great Britain, Prussia. Bremen and Canada. Letters
addressed to either of those countries will be registered on
the application of the person posting the same, in the same
manner and on the same terms as those deliverable in the
I uited States, provided that the full postage chargeable i
destination together with a registration fee of five cent,
on each letter, is prepaid ut the mailing office. Such letter
should lie mailed and forwarded to the respective United
States exchange offices in the same manner as dome .slip
registered letters are mailed to those offices.
v LETTERS to and from FOREIGN COUNTRIES
the British North American Provinces excepted—are to he
charged with single rate of postage, if not exceeding the
weight of half an ounce; double rate, if exceeding half an
ounce, but not exceeding an ounce; quadruple rate, if ex
>eeding an ounce, but not exceeding two ounces: and so
on, charging two rates for every ounce or fractional part
of an ounce over the first ounce. Letters in the mail to
r ranee are to be charged with single rate of postage, if
not exceeding the weight of one quarter ounce; double
rate, if exceeding a quarter, but not exceeding half an
ounce, and so on, an additional rate being charged for
each quarter ounce, or fractional part of a quarter ounce
Letters addressed to the British North American Provinces
are rated in the same manner as domestic letters, one rate
being charged for each half ounce or fractional part of half
an ounce. Postmasters should be careful, where the post
age is prepaid, to collect the proper amount. They should
be particular to notice the route indicated on the envelope
of letters, and to collect postage accordingly. Letters
mailed at some offices, marked via England ' or-via
J russian C losed Mail," for a German State, are frequent
Laken upon the pre-payment of Bremen rates, and those
marked 'ma Bremen " at Prussian closed mail rates, & c
U letters for foreign countries, marked "Paid," are drop
pen in the post office without being paid, the postmaster
will erase the word "Paid." and write on the back of the
letter the words "A'of paid," with his name and title of
postmaster.
r^T!^ nai ' 3 ' or Bie Pacific leave New York on the
I i...V an i L'. ( ' ,arlest on and Savannah on the 4th and
19th, and New Orleans on the sth and 20th of each
month.
Mails for Mexico will be despatched semi monthly
r 3 ,, 1n , n ' 1S New Orleans ami Vera Cruz.—
United states letter postage. 10 cents under 2.500 and 20
cents over 2,.)00 miles from the mailing office; to be ire-
V a ". j sent from and collected when received in the
United States. Newspapers 2 cents each, to be collected
in the I nited Suites, as above.
„ Single rate of letter postage to Havana, Aspinwall
I a 1 British West Indies, 10 cents under 2,500
vr . , over 2,500 miles; newspapers, 2 cents; and to
| west indies, (not British) Carthagena, Honduras, and St
i '*J lcara gua,) 34 cents under 2,500 and 44 cents over
j ES; NEW^l)A l>er.s, 6 cents each— prepayment re
POST OFFICE.
EXCHANGE BUILDING, CORNER GAT AND LOMBARD STREETS.
Office hours. —Winter season—From 1% A. 51., till 7
M. hummer season—From 7A.5! , tiill 7 V P 51 On
Sundays from 9 to 10 A. 51.
CORN AND FLOUR EXCHANGE.
NOa - 77 al "' 79 SOUTH ST.
) JOHN S. WILLIAMS, Pres t. | JOHN P PACA, Sec'y
Meets daily, at 9 A. 51.
PROVISION DEALERS' EXCHANGE.
EXCHANGE PLACE.
Meets daily at 11 A. 51.
JAMES V. ADAMS, Pres't. | F. B CAPRON, Sec'y
TELEGRAPH LINES.
Magnetic Telegraph Com/sing— Connecting with all
parts of the t nited States and British Provinces. Office
( hull Iron Building.
W. 51. SWAIN, President.
G. II HART, Treasurer. | JOS. SAILER, Secretary.
Western Telegraph Camjxtny. —To Wheeling and the
55 est. Office Sun Iron Building.
JACOB CARMAN, Pres t. | S. MACUBBIN, Secretary
~ w ''"7- anil Washington Printing Telegraph Co.—
■ h. 55 Corner Baltimore and South streets.
F. MORRIS, President. | .MARCUS HUGHES, Sup't.
American Telegraph Company (Morse line.)— Between
Baltimore, Vork, Harrisburg and Pittsburg, inclining all
the 55estern points.. Office Colvin Building, Cor. Balti
more and South streets. J. p. KING, O|ierator.
BANKS.
BANK OF BAI.TISIORE,
Corner Baltimore, and St. Paul ts.,
Discount Days, Tuesday and Friday.
UNION BANK OF MARYLAND,
Corner of Charles and Fayette Sis .
Discount Days , Monday and Thursday,
MECHANICS' BANK,
Corner of Calvert and Fayette Sts ,
Discount Days, Wednesday and Saturday.
FRANKLIN BANK,
North St. y between Baltimore and Fayette Sts
Discount Days , Monday and Thursday
MARINE BANK,
N. E. Cor. Gay and Second Sts.,
| Discount Days, Tuesday and Friday.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS' BANK,
Corner of South and Lombard Streets
Discount Days , Monday and Thursday
* COMMERCIAL k FARMERS'BANK,
Corner of Howard and German Sts
Discount Days , Tuesday and Friday.
MERCHANTS' BANK,
S. W. Corner of Gay and Second Sts .
Discount Days, Tuesday and Friday.
WESTERN BANK.
Eutaw St., one door North of Eutaw Hous
j Discount Days , Tuesday and Friday.
CHESAPEAKE BANK,
Cor. of North and Fayette St
j Discount Day, Wednesday.
FARMERS & PLANTERS' BANK.
South St., between Baltimore and Secon
! Discount Days , Monday and Thursday.
CITIZENS' BANK,
Corner of Hanover and Pratt Sts
I Discount Day. Wednesday.
HOWARD BANK,
j No. 81 North Howard Si
; Discount Day. \ uesday.
BANK OF COMMERCE,
Discount Days, Wednesday and Saturday
FELL'S POINT SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
Broadway, near Canton Avenue
! Discount Day , Thursday, 10 o'clock, A. M
SAVINGS BANK OF BALTIMORE,
Office, S. IF. Corner of Gay and Second Sfs.
EUTAW SAVING BANK,
S. E. Corner of Fayette and Eutaw Sts.
MECHANICS' SAVINGS BANK OF BALTIMORE,
In Bank Baltimore Building, Cor. Baltimore dc St
Paul Streets.
Entrance on St. Paul Street.
f FREMONT SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
No. 727 West Baltimore Street
Discount Day, Wednesday.
DIME SAVINGS BANK OF BALTIMORE,
X. Calvert St-, adjoining Mechanics' Hank
MECHANICS' EXCHANGE AND SAVINGS CO.
An. 2 Exchange Building
TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
RY A N & RICK F. TT S.
JOB TYPE AND STEREOTYPE FOUNDERS,
No. 9 Holliday street. near Baltimore.
MANUFACTURERS OF
JOB AND FANCY TYPE,
NEWSPAPER HEADS, CUTS,
BRASS RULE. DASHES,
BRASS GALLEYS, LEADS, kc
Agents for PACE $ BASSET, Manufacturers of Furui
ture anil sVood T.vi>e.
Stereotyping in all its Branches, neatly executed.
ELECTKOTYPING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IKiVE
IN SUPERIOR MANNER.
PUNCTUALITY MAY ALW AYS RE RELIED ON. nirlS Till
BALTIMORE TYPE
AND
.Y TEREOT TP E F O VXD R Y
AND
PRINTERS FURNISHING WAR EH OUSE
Bank Lane, adjoining Barnum's Citg Hotel,
Is at all time prepared to furnish Book anil Newspaper
Printers with T V P E of every size ami iteseripiioii. of
as beautiful, and great durability, as any Foundry in this
country and also, every other article necessary for i
Complete Pkintinu Ofe'ick, either for Jobs or Newspa
PERB.
PRIKTEBS' I -V K ,
for News and Book work; Colored Inks. s'arnish, Go
Size, Ac., of all qualities at manufacturers" price®.
ELECTKOTYPING ami STKKKOTYI E WnllK
of every description done in the best manner, and i i!<
1 west prices.
TYPE from other Foundries furnished to order at man
ufacturers' prices.
Old Type taken in exchange for new.
ESTIMATES in detail for Newspaper, Book, or Job Of
fices furnished oil slating what work is required to be
Having lately prepared a NEW SPECIMEN BOOK,
(which w ill be sent to Printers wishing to make orders)
we should be pleased to place it in compari-on with those
of other founders, all of whose Specimen Books, can be
examined by calling at our Foundry.
Orders to be addressed to
LUCAS BROTHERS,
IteSSeod .Tin No. 170 Baltimore street.
C 1 OI,f.EC TI O N A C, F. N C Y
J J. D. PRATT k CO.,
Are prepared to receive and transmit CLAIMS FOR COI.
LECTION in any city or county in the United States or
British Provinces. Being in direct and frequent corres
pondencc with reliable Attorneys in every city and county,
our facilities for effecting speedy and prompt COLLEC
TIONS are such as will give entire satisfaction.
OFFICE OF THE SIERCANTILE AGENCY, corner of
Baltimore and South Charles streets. mrfi tf

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