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VOL. I--NO. GO.
THE DAILY EXCHANGE.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTBD,)
BY
KERK & CO.
OFFICE, CARROLL HALL,
S. . CORNER OP BALTIMORE AND CALVERT BTREETB.
EDITORS AM) PRORIETORS.
CHARLES G. KKRR. THOMAS W. HALL, JR.
TERMS:
In the city TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS per week, paya
ble to the carrier. Mailed to subscriliers, out of the city,
at six DOLLARS per annum; TH REE DOLL VRS for si x months
and ONE DOLLAR for two mouths. Invariably in advance
for the time ordered.
ADVERTISING RATES.
TABLE:
(SQUARE—EIGHT LINES,.)
One insertion .50
Two insertions 75
Three " $lOO
Four u $125
Five " $1.50
One week $1.75
One month $4 00
Advertisements occupying a larger or smaller space, or
inserted for a longer or shorter time, charged for propor
tionately. ___________________
(biraration.
PATAPSCO FEMALE INSTITUTE. MARYLAND
' I 'HF. TU.U.JTii' nx of the Patapsco Female
I Institute announce to the public that me .. . .... —,
buildings and improvements commenced by them a year ago
iu accordance with the subjoined resolutions, are now coin
plete These improvements have not been made with a
view to increase the school, but for the greater conveni
enre and comfort of the usual number of pupils.
The new chapel is a handsome and most appropriate
structure for the exclusive use of the inmates of the In
stitute, and in all its arrangements it is most complete. It
is furnished with a new organ of tine construction and ex-
The ail ministration of Mr. Archer for the past year and
the nrcsen'has been attended with unprecedented suc
cess an.' the Trustees feel themselves fully justified in
recoiDsicudtng the Institute to the continued favor of the
pre-eminence in healthfulness. The pupils avoid
in;. on till' one hand, the debilitating effects of a Southern
climate, and on the other the rigors of the North, have
few of tlie interruptions incident to hnth these climates.
It is sufficiently near to the city of Baltimore to enjoy the
benefits of a city without any of its evils.
As an Institution of learning it has the advantage of a
fijtl organization, a resident chaplain, and a corps of ac
complished teachers and professors, called together from
time to time in the long experience of those having charge
of the Institute.
The Trustees of the Patapsco Female Institute, having
been duly notified by Mrs. Lincoln Phelps of her intention
to resign her office of principal at the close of the present
school year, have elected Robert 11. Archer as her succes
sor. The eminent success of Mr. Archer in conducting for
many years a School for oung Ladies in the city of Balti
more, entitles him to our confidence as a person peculiarly
qualified to maintain the present high standing, and insure
the permanent prosperity of the Institution; and with this
view we are engaged in the erection of another building in
addition to the present extensive accommodations of the
Institute.
CHAS. W. DORSET, PRESIDENT. WM. DKNNY, M
D., SECRETARY. T. W ATKINS LIGOX, E. HAMMOND,
JOHN P KENNEDY. fe22-dtf.
LAW SCHOOLOKTHE UNIVERSITY
AT CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
The Instructors in this School are
Hon. JOEL PARKER, LL.I)., Roval Professor.
Hon THEOPHILOS PARSONS, IX. D., Dane Professor.
Hon. EMORY WASHBURN, 1.L.D., University Professor.
Tito course of instruction embraces the various branches
of the Common I.aw, ami of Equity, Admiralty, Com
mercial, International and Constitutional Law, and the
Jurisprudence or the United States. The Law Library
consists of about 14,000 volumes, and as new works ap
pear they are added, and every effort is made to render it
complete. . .
Instruction is given by oral lectures and expositions,
(and by recitations and examinations, in connection with
them,)' "f which there are ten every week. Tiro Moot
Courts are also holdeu in each week, at each of which a
cause, previously given out, is argued by four students,
and an opinion "delivered by the Presiding Instructor.
Rooms and other facilities are also provided for tile Club
Courts; au.'l an Assembly is held weekly for practice in de
bate, and acquiring a knowledge r parliamentary law and
proceedings.
Students may enter the School in any stage of their pro
fessional studies or mercantile pursuits, and at the com
menement of either term, or iu the middle or other part of
term.
They are at liberty to select what studies they will pur
e according to their view of their own wants and at
tainments.
The Academical year, which commences on Thursday,
six weeks after tlie'tliird Wednesday in July, is divided
into two terms, of twenty weeks each, with a vacation of
six weeks at the end of each term.
During the Winter vacation, the Library is opened,
warmed, and lighted, for the use of the members of the
School.
Applications for admission, or for Catalogues, or any
further information, may be made to either of the Profes
sors at Cambridge.
Cambridge, Mass., January, 1858. [d6t-law6m. j
Agricultural.
RHODES'
SCPF.R PHOSPA TF. OF LIME,
MANUFACTURED FROM FORMULA OF
I)t, lAMES HI COINS,
STATE CHEMIST OF MARYLAND.
• EVERY LOT OFFERED FOR SALE REGITTARLY
ANALYZED BY DRS. JAS. HIOOINS AND CihK.'.ES
RICK ELL AND FULLY WARRANTED.
In introducing this UIC.IILY A UTHF XflOA TF D
PER TILIZFR to the agriculturist of the Uaitei! States,
for the year 1853, we forbear any lengthen*** remarks, as
their intelligence is already informed -< the 'alue of
BOXES TREATED WITH SULPHURIC ACID, producing
the bi-phospate of lime, and yielding SOLUBLE t HO A
PHORIC ACID , the efficient an* indispensable nutn
ment of plants. ...
As many preparations are offered to the public styW
"Super Phospate," we have for our o;i • nd the
of the agricultural community;. S( q ent j p.atu're ,/the
iilr/lnl I'uiiPvn PIII.SP*^ E OK '-'ME, lul(1 evw; lot
RHODEs SU IK| t .'. v analyzed l>y them and ypirted
offered for sale is segub COlJCeive wi || be ;i prop(V caution 1
to the public, whicl) oinmu|l . t l 0 proteot th( . m fr , m impo
- the agriculture . articlog now offcr J j„ the
sition in the • J 1
m pA\f P %L,ET3 conta * n ' n B a detailed account vill be fur
. , .on application or forwarded per mail.
-licked in barrels and bags.
Price $45 per ton of *2,000 lbs.
Address B. M. RHODES & CO.,
fe22-3m 441 West Pratt Sreet. Baltimore.
WHEELER Sc WILSONS
IMPROVED FAMILY SE if/.Vfl MACHINE,
'240 BALTIMORE STRIET.
Thousands of these MACHINES have heen in successful
operation in the hands of
FAMILIES, PLANTERS -VD
for the past several years, or' harethus earned t£
the most praUica lie rn e ((J cheapnes3 a ,„| general
°. !o ilies' Premium at the Metropolitan
" . -V ... \ , U .'.r February, 1855: and the Highest
I air at M ashing t n | ute spite Fair, held at
Premium atU., (# Silv er Medal); and the
G'T 1 " 'UJh' '.''a the Mechanics' Fair at Cincinnati;
p"""> u< Meiv York State Knir at Elmira,
the Hignes an(! „ le j) I,st Premium at the late
September, 1 , lastitute of 1855 Gold jjedal).
Fair of the Mi. E „ PI , VI) fe RSON & co ',
apl7 tf -IMi Baltimore street.
W., .RANGE fx. i'D.,
119 WEST LOMBARD STREET,
UFACTUIIERS' DEPOT OF OLUE,
from common to the most superior
ifi'tv C ( LV E GLUE, for Printers and Piano Manufac
f,"constantly on hand, a large supply of
Als H O X E DUST,
FOR AURICVLTCRAL PDRPO9E9.
particles at strictly Manufacturers' prices feffztl
-■AGE'S PATENT
' PORTABLE SAW It IL LI. i
AND
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES
These Engines are of four different sizes, two of them—
,he 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 sswing. grinding, ginning of cotton, thresh
ing. Ac Th< two largest Engines are DETACHED; the
boilers, smoke stack, Ac., being mounted on strong and
substantial wheels, can he removed any where with a team
of# or 8 horses. NO BRICK WORK 18 REQUIRED TO PUT
T*E.M IN FULL OPERATION. One of the two smallest
lOrtable Engines is of 10 horse power, the other 5; both
ire well adapted for the purposes before enumerated,
which should recommend tliein 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. Ttie three Largest Engines can saw from 2,000 to
10,000 feet of lumber per day, according to its respective
size.
GRIST MILLS FOR PLAXTATIOX PURPOSES.
OK VARIOUS SIZES—PRICES ACCORDING TO SIZE.
S TUMP PUL LIXG MA CIIIXE.
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 be seen to be
highly appreciated. Address"
GEORGE PAGE A CO.,
fe2s-lawlot Baltimore, Md.
FA IKB AN K'S PLATFO KM SCALES.
IMIE UNDERSIGNED having purenaseti
the EXCLUSIVE AGENCY for the sale of
FA 1 R BANK'S SCALES
in the Southern States, respectfully invite the attention of
the business world to the superiority of these Scales over
every other description of weighing machines in use. The
tx firings arc broad knife edges, place*! on jtolished steel sur
faces, so dressed and levelled that the lenife edge hearings
rest equally throughout their whole length, and in every
p.int. skill and fvlelity have obviated all tendency to de
rangement and wear.
These scales have been subjected to the SEVEREST
TESTS on all the principal Railroads in the United States
and England, and in every branch uf business throughout
Die world, and their uniform accuracy ami great durabili
ty. have gamed for them the reputation of being THE
STANDARD FROM WHICH THERE CAN BE NO
APPEAL. At the World's Fair in New York, and the last
four Exhibitions of the Maryland Institute, they have re
ceived the FIRST PREMIUMS.
In the case of O'Brien vs. Reese, in the Courtof Common
Pleas (October, 1854) of Baltimore city, the learned Judge
declared, in o|>en Court, "that Fairbank's Scales being the
Government Standard, and their accuracy having been de
termined Iteyond all question, all legal issues must be decided
in their fav.,r." We are prepared to fill orders for Counter,
Portable, Dormant, Ilay, Coal, Railroad, Canal, Ac.,
SCALES, at manufacturer's prices.
J. A. WESTON A CO.,
fe22 tf 41 South Charles street.
(NOLLE CTION A G E N C Y.
> J. D PRATT A CO.,
Are prepared to receive and transmit CLAIMS FOR COL
LECWON in any city or county in the United States or
British Provinces Being in direct and frequent corres
pondence with reliable Attorneys in every city and county,
oar facilities for effecting speedy and "prompt COLLEC
TIONS are such as will give entire satisfaction.
OFFICE OF THE MERCANTILE AGENCY, corner of
Baltimore and South Charles streets. mr6 tf
Dianas antt Utoif.
1 GAEHLE &T CO.,
j f a-W From the late Firm of Knabe, Gaehle k Co
J J U J J MANUFACTURERS OF
GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO FORTES,
| North-east corner of KUT AW AND FAYETTE STS.,
Baltimore, Md.
Where may be seen PIANOS, which for elegance of finish,
! sweetness of tone, combined with an agreeable touch, are
second to none in this counir.v.
i Terms and prices moderate, and every instrument war
' ranted. Pianos hired, and Tuning att.nded to promptly,
j ap6-tf
NEW YORK PIANO DKPof.
WM F - THIEDE,
11 J U If 1/ Successor to PETRI & THIEDE.
Having retained the Store and Stock of the old firm,
No. SO FAYETTE STREET, begs leave to announce that
he has obtained the
S OLE A G ENO Y
FOR THE .STATE OF MARYLAND, FOR
STEIN WAV <fc SON'S
GRAND AND SQUAR E PIANOS!
He will he pleased to receivccalls from his friends and
the public, to examine these celebrated instruments. By
purchasing wholly for cash, he is able to offer the works
of these well known makers at prices that will not fail to
please.
A call is earnestly solicited.
WM. F. THIEDE,
mr27-d3m No. so Fayette street, west ofChailos.
C. W. NULL. \N I WISHBI KN.
■ Y-jr - L-NEILL & WASHBURN,
FIRST PREMIUM PIANO FORTES,
J J U 1/ [/ MANUFACTORY AND WAREItOOMS
I tnhVJhm "'""'"T
j f TW' lil( ' K I'i RI N <; .V SONS,
I AN NUNNS & CLARK'S
CELEBRATED PIANO FORTES,
Constantly receiving and for sale only by
F. D. BENTEEN,
ISI Baltimore street and 84 Fayette,
third store west of Charles st.
Purchasers will find it to their interest to examine fit
themselves the superior qualities of the above Pianos.
Piano Stools, Prince & Co.'s Melodeons from $45 upwards,
in i-25 tf.
HJtgrila':" l ' l ' MEDAL I'll KM IDM
fißFwrtsWl PI A SO FORTES.
II U U ]l/ WILLIAM KNABE & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
GRANDAND
SQUARE PIANO FORTES
Nos. 1,3, 5 and 7 NORTH EL'TA IF ST.,
Opposite tlie Eutiw House,
And at our NEW SALESROOM,
207 BALTIMORE STREET,
Between Charles and Light streets.
These celebrated PIANOS have, at different Fairs, for
several successive years, beei awarded the HIGHEST
PREMIUMS for excellence, ovr all competition.
They have also been pronounced by S. Thalberg, the
most celebrated pianist in th- world, and other distin
guished artists, including M. Strakosch, G. Satter, kc.,
kc., to he equal if not SUPERDR to any in this country.
We have constantly on banc at our extensive Ware
rooms as above, the largest assortment of FINE PIANO
FORTES to he found in this city, which we will sell,
wholesale and retail on the mot liberal terms.
In ever}' case we guarantee our Pianos to give entire
satisfaction.
By Constantly on hand a fne assortment of MELODE
ONS, of the best makers, at p ices from $45 to $2OO.
By Always for sale a largenumber of GOOD SECOND
HANI) PIANOS, at prices ranging from $75 to $2OO.
ItyPIAXOS EXCHANGED. HIRED and TUNED.
mill tf WM. KNABE k CO.
• ®atwrto.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO"
Mel lose. s's.
Fashion, s'i I M. Lang borne k Sons, lbs.
Atwood, s's and lot Scearce k Martin, lbs.
A. G. Saunders, 11'$ j B. W. Jones, lbs.
John W. Young, 10'.* ! E. M. Holland, lbs.
Marlborough, 10's J. K. Lea Kalorama, lbs. j
Jas. Thomas, Twist A. T. Holland, lbs.
TaUula ,4 W. 11. Cabeness, lbs. J
Calvin 44 Chas. Loring, lbs. ]
John Cabcndiah, 44 11. Beverby, lbs.
Keen k Mooruian, 44 Fairfax, lbs,
A.F.Terry, 44 Burton's Extra, lbs.
Geo. Cooper k Co., 41 Win. Barrett, lbs 1 i
Henry Horton, }£ |b. John Wesley, lbs.
Keeue & Moorman, lbs.
For sale by JOHN P. PLEASANTS,
TT No. 52 South street.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
M. J.anghorue & Son. Nei-tar lbs.
get' l k Moorman lbs. Turner, Lewis & Co. lbs.
Sctk'-oe & Martin lbs. E. 11. Holland lbs.
B.W. Jones lbs. J. K. Lea, Kalorama lbs.
A H. .Moorman lbs. do Talula lbs.
J. T. Holland lbs. Jolin Thomas lbs.
I'm. H. L'abaniss lb#. Fairfax lbs.
'. Beverly lbs. Win. Barrett lbs.
Jharlss Loring lbs. L. Laurence lbs. I
James Harper lbs. I>. Noble lbs. I
Union Bis. Samuel I-ovcll lbs. |
Geo. Cooper & Co. Twist Melville lbs.
John Wesley lbs.
For sale by JOHN P. PLEAS ANTS & SONS,
ap2l-tf No. 52 South street.
JYJANUFAL TI RKIJ TOBACCO,—
A. Enos, lh. Fofinomv, 12's.
G. 11. Larrence, lbs. Ja. ns*., .
A. Enos, s'a. J- Mason, 12*8.
W. Reynolds k Co., s's. Anthony, 12's.
A Johnson, 10*8. Wm. Walker, 18*3.
G. 11. Larrence, 10's. Economy, 20's.
G. H. Larrence, s's. Uncle Tom's, 20's.
W. Reynolds k Co., 10's. Planter's Daughter, % lbs.
Aragco, 10's. G. 11. Larrence, 4's.
Jas Smith, 12's.
Jtst received and for sale lv
COURTNEY k CUSHING,
ap9 tf 65 South Gay street.
VIRGINIA MANUF. TOBA< < ().
POUNDS.
Deßosa, FIVES and TENS.
Continental, Jno. T Lewis,
Jas. Hite, 1. P. Cook,
Tobacco Queen, HALF POUNDS.
Jas. Williams, National Guard,
J. W. Gait, Blair & Birch,
Leftwich, (cross,) Uncle Sam,
JNO. TABB. Jl.aurel -aneh
FIVES and TENS F-r cSt R " se -
Comjietitor, Olive Branch,
Priddy, v; ls - Douglas.
Smilev, Hundley,
Turnli-y, .
Jas. Douglas, * 1 rimus,
Anna Rice, brU nt i K J - Christian's Tomfort,
J. C. Brocks ,- <>o. do. P. Apple,
A. E. Cru^ u " 4 ' o - G.F. Royall
Rowlett. „. do - do. Nat's Pride
PLANTERS' PRIDE,
j j-nes, Dark Sweet, lbs.
\y A.Stewart, R. J. Christian's Indomitable
~ S. Pearson, do. Comfort,
Christian's Pine Apple, do. Pine Apple,
do. Royal, do. C.S.Pearson
T. Jas. Deane, do. W. Stewart,
Jack Robinson, Competitor,
Planters' Pride, Old Bobs,
Zcnohia, W. 11. Smiley.
Alexander,
Fancy Light Pressed and R. R. Twist, Fig, Dough Nut
and other fancy styles. Powhatan pipes and Kentucky
leaf j
In store and for sale by ARMISTEAD, RIGGS & CO.
ap3 tf. 57 Exchange Place. I
MANUKACTUKKI) TOBACCO.—
POUNDS.
Thos. J. Martin, 1). V. Holt,
John 8. Hall, J. Brook,
W. la. Saunders, T. T. Saunders,
Harry of the West, G'. Davis,
Brice Thomas, Davis k Draper,
A. J. Law & Co., Jean Xicott,
Shelton k Clay, Economy,
Gilman, B. White,
C. O'Malley, S. Mate,
P. A. Clay, AI van Adams,
V. B. Law, P. Hayne,
A Wins, P. Richardson,
/. M. Dillard, Geo. Finney,
Thomas Carhry, Smith,
J. M. Taylor, Monticello,
J W. Murrell, E. Pope,
L. J. Keen, J. R. Graham,
Allen k Knight, P. Fry,
C. L. Ellis, Sams,
A. B. Clements, Joe Johnson,
W. Dabney, 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, Jflbs., Buffalo, s's & 10's,
Lawrence, Xlbs., p. Lyon, s's k 10's,
A. k G. Maxwell, 6's & 10*s, A. B. Clements, s*s,
Shipping s's, 10's, 12's, 14 s, 18's and 20 s.
For sale by COURTNEY k CUSHING,
fe22 tf No. 65 South Gay street.
MAN UFACTUIlEDIED TOBACCO,
Fancy Pound Lumps, Twist, Pancake, Balls. Figs, kc.
Poindexter's Twist, X boxes.Ferguson's Cuba Twist, cad.
Crumpton's Uk K X ' 4 Delight of the Harem, picture
Carroll's Fig, X 44 Ferguson's cor. stone "X bxs.
Murphy's Fig, X 44 M. G. Anderson's G.
Ferguson's P'ncake.X 44 Bars, X 44
Ragsdate's Twist, X 44 Nutmeg Twist, X 44
S. S. Lucke, X 4 Jas. Miller's Pancake,X "
Ragsdale's Dew Thomas' Hon. Bean, X 44
Drop, X 44 Witcher's Fan. k Sox. R&R Y
Stewart k Walker's 6s, X bxsßerger's Original Jenny
J. Thomas, Jr., 44 Gholsou." 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. Clavton's Cross, H. Walker,
Geo. G. Curie, Jno. Turner
Prentis, Lilly Lee,
R. Walton, J. P. Hamlet,
Edmund Hale, D. P. Witchus, AAAA
J. C. Ferguson, John Logan,
John Smith, A. E. Saunders,
Leftwitch's Cross. J. C. Breckinridge,
Bluff City, FIVES.
Natural Bridge, .Tack Robinson.
Nutmeg, EIGHTS, kc
Harry of the West Carter Jacksoif,
TT' I ! ar,c > ' Consoler of Man,
V n^ Sara ' uo * -Aro° s '
Jew Twang, 0 | { Roland,
Fannie Waller, TENS
W R R SS \ A J - C *
W. B. Kyland, Stewart k Walker.
R. | T\T HALF POUNDS,
Carter Jackson, X boxes.
SMOKING TOBACCO IN BALES, BOXES AND BBLS.
Kentucky Leaf; \ irginia Leaf and Stems
Powhatan Pipes; Calabria Stick Liquorice.
In store and for sale by
WARWICK, FRICK k BALL,
O™LD~PAPERS FOR SALE,
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE AT 25 CENTS
PER HUNDRED Apply at this Office. ap2o tf
BALTIMORE, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1858.
Insurance (Lumpmcs.
I FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY.
JOHN REESE, President.
H. P. DUHURsT, Secretary.
Comer of South and Second streets. apc-tf
INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS OP
RENTS BY FIRE.
: THE NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF
B A L T I M ORE.
OFFICE, NO. 13 SOUTH STREET.
i Will make insurance against loss of Rent ly fire, on a now
i ami most liberal principle They also continue to insure
| all descriptions of Property against loss oi damage by
Fire.
JOHN B. SEIDENSTRICKER, President.
DIRECTORS.
Job Smith, j John W. Ross,
A. A. Chapman, | Henry M. Bash,
Joseph W. Jenkins, Win. Woodward,
Wm. Heald, j Adam Denmead,
E. J. Church, George Bartlett,
T. H. Sullivan, George Small.
JOHN R. MAG RUDER,
mr 29 tf Secretary.
HE N R Y A. DI DI E R ,
7.VS UR A .V C E A GENT
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS,
CORNER OP OAV AND LOMBARD STREETS,
mr!9-tf Baltimore.
If QU ITA BL E FIRE INSURANCE
' J; SOCIETY.
CHARTER PERPETUAL.
OFFICE, NO. 19 SOUTH STREET.
II o and Yd* iy*R i-rfrorn hoßtt '<&! Yi J K'IIY
FIRE, at very cheap rates, on the Mutual or Beneficial
plan, and grant Carpenter's Risks, on pleasing terms.
Owners of Property insured in the EQUITABLE Office
have no further responsibility than the amount of their
deposits, and on the expiration of policies, they are enti
tled to receive a cash dividend of twenty-eight per cent.
The public are respectfully invited to call at ne olßce,
No. 19 SOUTH STREET, where the principC'S on which
the Society insure will bo fully explained
DIRECTORS:
TIIOMAS KELSO, BENJAMIN DEFORD
WILLIAM KENNEDY, SAMUEL KIRBT,
HENRI- RIEMAN, MICHAEL WARNER
JAMES FRAZIKR, DANIEL DAIL.
CHARLES R. CARROLL, ROBERT A. DOBBIN,
AUSTIN JENKINS, DANIEL WARFIELD.
FRANCIS A. CROOK, Treasurer.
JHUGH B. JONF.S, Secretary. fe24 ly*
HPHE GREAT WESTERN (MARINE)
JL INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Authorized Capital $5,000,000
Cash Capital (already paid in) 1,000,000
Surplus Fund (represented by scrip) 560,000
Assetts Jan. 1,1858 2,276.000
This Company combines the advantages of the mixed
plan (so long and profitably practiced by the best Life In
surance Companies in Europe) blending the desirable se
curity of a large Cash Capital , with a liberal return of the
profits to its customers.
All Marine and Inland risks insured on most favorable
terms.
KICH'D LATHERS, Prest. Jxo. A. PARKER. Ist V. Prest.
DOUGLAS ROBINSON, Sec'y. J. F. Cox, 2d do.
COIJX MACKENZIE, Agent in Baltimore,
fe23 tf Office Commercial Buildings.
JjMRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
Jj GEORGE B. COAI.E.
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, GAY STREET,
AIIENT WITH FULL POWERS FOR THE
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Cash Capital $500,000
HOME INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK CITY,
Cash Capital $500,000.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO. OF HARTFORD,
Cash Capital $300,000.
Property of all kinds in TOWN or COUNTRY insured at
tlie most reasonable terms.
MARINE INSI UA.M K.
COL UMBIA N
(MARINE)
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
Cash Capital $500,000
Cash paid in 200,000
Security notes paid in 300,000
TIIOS. LORD, President.
R. C. MORRIS, Yice President.
PIERRE C. KANE, Secretary.
Tin- undersigned having been duly appointed AGENT of
this Company, is prepared to receive applications for IN
SURANCE on all Marine and Inland risks.
SOL. 11. DA VIES,
of Davies & Warfield,
_fe22-6m. ■ No. 16 Spear's wharf.
BALTIMORE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
No- 15 SOUTH STREET,
INCORPORATED IN 1830— Charter Perpetual.
JOHN I. DONALDSON, President.
' lUTIS COMPANY proposes to insure lives
A far one or more years, or for life. With their rates
tlie assured enjoys the benefit of an immediate in lieu of
a prospective and uncertain bonus. He risks neither his
policy nor tlie premium he has paid.
These premiums may he made payable annually, semi
annually, or quarterly, at option OT the assured.
Tlie Company buys and grants annuities.
Sells endowments for Children.
Makes all contracts in which Life or the interest of Money
is involved. A. B. COULTER,
Secretary.
Medical Examiner, Dr DONALDSON, 84 Franklin street.
f22iv
I?IREAND LIFE INSURANCE
OFFICE, —' - —'
•TOnN G. PROUD k SONS,
Representing Companies of the highest standing, with large
Cash Capitals. Policies issued, and Losses paid at
the Agency.
tFTNA INSURANCE Co., of Hartford, Conn. $1,500,000
PH(EXIX 44 44 44 44 350,000
SPRINGFIELD 44 Springfield, Mass. 375,000
fe22 tf
ASSOCIATED FIUEMEN-S INSUR
ANCE OFFICE, No. 4 SOUTH STREET,
OPEN DAILY for tlie INSURANCE OF Al.I, DESCRIP
TIONS OF PROPERTY WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE I
CITY.
JOHN R. MOORE, President.
DIRECTORS.
JAMF.S GETTY, Mechanical, J. C. WIIEEDEN, Columbian.
GEORGE HARM AX, Union , J. TRUST, First Baltimore,
NOAH WALKER, Friendship , FRANCIS BURNS, United,
J. T. FARLOW, Deptford , JAMES YOU NO, Franklin,
ALL EX PAINE, Liberty, J. PEASOX, JR., Washington,
SAMUEL KIRK, Independent, LANCASTER OULD, Patapsco
R. C. MASON, Vigilant , F. A. MILLER, Howard,
\\ M. A. HACK, New Market, JAS. A. BRUCE, Watchman,
JAS. B. GEORGE, SR., Pioneer Jos. C. BOYD, Lafayette
Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1.
fe22-tf. JOHN DUKEHART. Secretary.
MARINE AND INLAND INSURANCE
R T , HE SUN MUTAL INSURANCE
J- COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
Insures Marine and Inland Navigation Risks, on terms as
favorable as those of any other Company. All persons tak
ing Policies from this Company are entitled to a share of
the profits, without incurring any liability, beyond the
amount of Premium. Tlie assets of the Company, liable
for the payment of losses, are over $2,000,000
A. B. NEI I.SON, Press't.
A. SEATON,V. Pres't J. WHITEHEAD, Sec.
C.OLIVER O'DONNELL, Agent in Baltimore.
fe22-ly No. 51 EXCHANGE PLACE.
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF BALTIMORE.
Incorporated bv tlie
STATE OF MARYLAND. 1849.
OFFICE NO. 13 SOUTH STREET.
THE COMPANY INSURES EVERY
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
IN THE CITY OR COUNTY,
AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
m, BY KIRE
f IN. UR Ctori ™ <?et t0 , ' , ' tor U ! KI " Applications j
JOHN B. SEIDENSTRICKER.
President.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Allen A. Chapman, .'William Woodward,
Henry M. Basil, (George Bartlett,
Wm. Heald, (Adam Denmead.
John W. Ross, (Joseph W. Jenkins,
Edward J. Church, Thomas M. Sullivan,
Job Smith, ItleorgeSmall.
JOHN R. MAGRUDER,
__ fe26-tf Secretary.
tMors.
SCHLOSS .N BRO„
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 19LIOIIT STREET.
(Below the Fountain Hotel.) Baltimore.
By keeping constantly on hand a full assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTJXtiS. they are ena
hied to furnish suits at prices that cannot fail to please.
Orders filled at the shortest notice. apl3-tf
JL'. II ARTM AN ,
• MERCHANT TAILOR,
197 BALTIMORE STREET ABOVE LIGHT,
aplfi-lw Baltimore.
HT. ROBKRTS,
. MERCER AND TAILOR,
No. 205 BALTIMORE STREET,
fe22-ly. Baltimore.
ML. COON AN,
• GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING STORE,
No. 119 BALTIMORE STREET, .NEAR SOUTH,
Baltimore.
CI.OTHS, CASSIMF.RES, AND VESTINGS ALWAYS
ON HANI)
RF~ Particular attention paid to CUSTOM WORK.
I tF~ A full assortment of BOY S ' CLOTHING,
apl 3in
|)iiotogr;ipbij.
A NEW ERA IN PHOTOGRAPHY
AT
P. L. P E H KINS'
METROPOLITAN G A LLER I'
No. 99 BALTIMORE STREET, OPPOSITE lIOLLIDAY.
All the various branches of the art successfully carried
on at this establishment, and.no humbug used to cheat
or deceive the public. Mr. P.'s new invention of produc
ing Life-Size Pictures from small daguerreotypes on
CANVAS is the admiration of all who see them. Mr. Kerk
hoven, the great French artist, has been retained for col
oring. in his beautiful style, the above gems. The public
will j.1.-rise call and see. (f
JW. PERKINS,
• DA GUERREIAN
AND AMBROTYPE GALLERIES,
211 and 217 BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR CHARLES,
apl -6m Baltimore.
907 E - TUTTLEMT- .)()7
£\J I AMBRO TYP E S EC\F /
AND PHOTOGRAPHS,
207 BALTIMORE STREET.
apl 6m Baltimore.
H H.CLARK'S
. AMBRGTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
No. 23 WEST RALTIMORE STREET,
(Corner Centre Market Space.)
ap2-6mos Baltimore.
M: H. RE A SIN,
ARCHITEC T,
Will furnish DESIGNS of all kinds connected with his
profession, and SUPERINTEND the erection of Public
Buildings. Private Residences, etc. Office second story
Suu Building, Bait. ap24 1m•
business Carbs.
11ND bV MURDOCH,
J ARCHITECTS AND SUPERINTENDENTS,
Nos. 1,2, 3 and 4 MCELDOWNIY'S BUILDING.
i aj2S tf
R. BROWN. JR. J. II O'DOXOVAN. JR.
BROWN & O'DQNOVAN,
DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
aplfi-tf Nn. 33 CiiKAi'sitiE, Baltimore.
NG. STARKWETHER,
. PRACTICAL ARCHITECT,
AND
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
AND PRIVATE BUILDINGS.
94 FAYETTE STREET, Baltimore. nu-3l Tim
I EONARD VANDEN KERCKHOVE,
JLJ ARTIST.
STUDIO, Second story, No. 69 SECOND STREET.
inrCl ly
EDWARD HE CORMIS. WILLIAM ROGERS
DE CORMIS & ROGERS.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, BRANDIES, GINS,
SCOTCH AND IRISH MALT WHISKYS,
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH ALE AND PORTER,
m 1-24 tf No. 4 COMMERCE STREET. Bait.
fa" TGOUPLAND,
FASHIONABLE HATS, CAPS, &c.
No. 40 Raltinu/re Slrret.
Between FREDERICK and HARRISON STS.
mrll-l.v BALTIMORE.
IfKANCtS DENMEAD,
M.,„„r.iturer of RYi- A Nil Rtmrv VIIT
CITV M.I I T jro-CSE, West Falls Avenue,
BALTIMOBE.
JT. B- —Hops constantly on hand. ft-22-ly
5- OHANT. y. u, GRANT.
/ 1 RANT & BROTHER,
VJ COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
NO 64 EXCHANGE PLACE,
fe2 2tf. Baltimore.
JOHN S. BRO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
52 COMMERCE STREET,
fe22-tf. BALTIMORE.
I L. MTHAIL & BRO'S
*9 • HAT, CAP AND FUR STORE,
No. 132 BALTIMORE STREET,
Betwrm North and edrrrt streets, (north side.) fe22tf.
WM. W. JANNEE LOUIS STOW.
lANNEV & STOW,
J PRODUCE AND GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 101 SOUTH STREET,
f'22 lv Baltimore.
JOSKPE CARSON. H. 0. VICKERY.
TOSEPH CARSON & CO.
J WESTERN PRODUCE
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 43 ANB 45 LIUHT STREET,
Baltimore.
Liberal advances made on consignments. fe22-tf
CIOURTNEY vV CUSHING,
J TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
65 SOUTH GAY STREET,
E. S. COURTNEY, BALTIMORE.
C. E. GUSHING,
J. A. COURTNEY. fe22-tf
f LYLE CLARKE & CO.,
• IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO,
SEGAKS, SNUFF, kc.,
No. 106 WEST LOMBARD STREET,
Baltimore. fe22 tf
RICHARDSON & co„ ~
SHIPPING AND COMMISSON MERCHANTS,
No. 67 EXCHANGE PLACE,
Baltimore. mrl tf
HALL & LONEY,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 56 BUCHANAN'S WHARF,
BALTIMORE,
Give particular attention to consignments of SUGAR.
MOLASSES. COTTON. COFFEE, RICE, FISH, PROVIS
IONS, FLOUR, GRAIN, &c.; also fill orders for same.
fi-22 tf
WT. WALTERS & CO.,
• IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES P- LIQUORS,
NO. 68 EXCHANGE FLACE
I. OMR A I!D ST RLE T,
BALTIMORE.
K2- A large and very line stock of CI.D RYE WHISKEY
on hand. feSl tr
T. T. MARTIN. WM. R. MARTIN.
rp T. MARTIN & BRO.,
X . IMPORTERS AND DIALERS IN
L I 0 U O R S —and
General COMMISSION MF.RCIUNTS,
X'o. 72 CALVERT ST., (onedoor from Pratt).
mal-tf Baltimore.
JOIIN F. PICKRELL, I.EWIS WARRINGTON.
fOHN b\ PICKRELL & CO.,
•J GENERAL
COM MISS lON M ERCfIA NTS,
40 WEST Lumhakd STREET,
Baltimore.
Liberal advances made on consignments. fe24 tf
fOHN M. ROBINSON,
•J ATTORNEY AT LAWS
CENTRRVILLE,
Queen Anne's county, Mil.
Particular attention paid to the Collection of Claims
ap3o-lm
FOIIN G CURLETT,
•J A TTORKE Y A T LA IF,
No. 6 LAW BUILDINO,
i]>7 oo2m (Opposite Record Office.)
'IMIOMAS U. KEMP, Jit.,—
X ATTORNEY AT I,AW,
DENTON, CAROLINE CO., Mn.,
Will practice in tie Courts of Caroline, Talbot, Queen
Anne and Kentconntl.es. mrl7-2m
R. STOCKETT MATHEWS,
A TTORXE Y AT LA W,
OFFICE No. I COUNSELLOR'S IiALL,
(46 LEXIXGTOX STREET,)
Baltimore,
Will attend promptly to all kinds of business appertaining
to his profession. fe22-tf.
CIHAIILES £. I'LL LLPS,
' A TTORXE r AT LAW,
No. 2 LAW BUILDINGS,
Continues to practice in the Courts of UAI.TIMORE CITY
and HOWARD COUNTY. f e 22 tf.
ROBERT D. BURNS,
ATTORNEY A T LA W,
NO. 5 COUNSELLOR'S HALL,
fe22 tf LEA'INO TON STREET.
R | 1 PRISBY HENDERSON.
A • ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
COMMISSIONER FOR PENNSYLVANIA,
No. 6 COUNSELLORS' lIALL,
fe22 tf. Lexington street.
HP. JOSEPH ROGERS,
X ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has removed to 83 W. Fiyette street, above Charles.
mrl tf.
iTlcbtfints, perfumeries, frt.
T. PURVI \N< E FOLK & ca
J APOTHECARIES,
Corner of Fayette. and St. J'aul Streett,
AND
N. HYNSON JENNINGS & CO.
APOTHECARIES,
No. 88 X. CHARLES STREET,
Baltimore,
Respectfully call the attention of citizens and the travel
ling community to their large and choice assortment of
MEDICINES, PERFUMERY. FINE STATIONERY and FANCY
ARTICLES, which raav he confidently relied on as being
what we represent them, as we select none hut of the pu
rest quality. Also, MEDICINE CHESTS, SURGICAL INSTRU
MENTS, TRUSSES, DIETETIC PREPARATIONS, kc., kc.
Written orders filled promptly and with care, subject to
he returned at our expense if not of standard quality.
fe22tf.
PREAT SAVING IN GAS.
vX BALTIMORE, Feb. 9th, 1858.
MF.SSRS. JACKSON A CHANDLER:
Sirs: —We have been using J. IT. 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 hills the public
will find it to their interest to adopt the above apparatus.
All orders sent to
MESSRS JACKSOX A CHAXDLER,
At the office of Messrs. GRATTAN & EVANS,
Jarvis Building, Xo. 8 Xorth street,
will receive prompt attention. mr29-lmo.
T MP O RT E 1) CIGARS
■ AND CHEWING TOBACCO
TII OS. N. WEBB,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURER AND
DEALER IN
CIGARS ANI) TOBACCO,
CORNER OF GARDEN AND MADISON STREETS, BALTIMORE.
Keeps constantly on hand all the Choice Brands of Im
ported Havana CIGARS and Superior CHEWING TO
BACCO, with Fancy Articles of the Trade. mrlS-tf
JAMES M. ANDERSON k SON,
ENGRAVERS,
No. 148 Baltimore Street,
BANK NOTE STEEL & OOITF.R PLATE PRINTING.
TINVITATION, WEDDING, VISITING
F. Cards, etc.. Engraved and Printed in the most fashion
able styles. Corporate and Xotarial Seals, Letter Stamps,
etc. London and Paris \ isiting Cards, De La Rue's En
velopes, etc. fe22tf
T UMIIHIi! LUMPER!!
I A AH kinds of BUILDING LUMBER and TRUNK
BOX STUFF, together with FRAMES. SASH, DOORS,
SHUTTERS and MOULDINGS, for sale on moderate terms
—also Planing, Ripping and Resawing—by
A. CATE,
apl-lm East Falls Avenue and F'awn St.
PAPE RWA REHOU SE,
NO 2A SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
JAMES S. ROBINSON
Has on hand for sale, a large assortment of the various
kinds of Paper, such as Printing, Writing, Wrapping, and
Colored Papers, of all sizes anil prices, which he is offering
low to punctual buyers. mal-tf
PARASOLS, PARASOLS, PARASOLS.
In such variety that the taste of every purchaser can
he suited. Children's PARASOLS and SHADES; Para
sols of extra large size for elderly ladies. In Brocade,
Moir Antique, and Poul de Soi, we have an endless assort
ment. The ladies' Paragon, Sun and Rain UMBRELLA
has become quite popular, anil is certainly very desirable.
Also a large and varied assortment of Paris FANS of
recent importation.
E. M. PUNDERSON k CO.,
209 Baltimore street, Agents for
ap7 tf Wheeler k Wilson's Family Sewing Machines
ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA.
ONE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE.
| RECEPTION OF PELIBSIER IN ENGLAND,
FALL OFTUCKNOW.
I Capture ef 117 Guns—2,ooo Slain—
Escape of 50,000 Rebels.
EXCITEMENT CAUSED BY THE TRIAL OF
BERNARD.
GREAT FIRE IN NORWAY.
DECLINE IN COTTON.
The roy.il mail steamship Arabia, Captain Stone,
which sailed from Liverpool at about ten on the
morning of the 17tli of April, arrived at New York
yesterday, bringing seventy-three passengers and
§40,000 in specie.
No steamer from the United States had arrived
out since the departure of the Kangaroo.
The news by this arrival is unimportant, hut
nevertheless presents several interesting features.
GREAT BRITAIN.
~tn tluj House of Lords, on *•"- '• 1tll l "fnrl of
.Malniesbury laid upon the table the correspondence
which had taken place with the French Govern
ment on the subject of passports, and explained
how matters stood and what steps had been taken in
England to mitigate the annoyance attendant on the
•ystem.
The llukeof Malakoff, the new ambassador from
France to England, landed at Dover on the 15th,
and met with a civic and military reception. Three
guards of honor were on duty. In response to an
address from the corporation of Dover, he said that
nothing could have afforded him greater pleasure
than the appointment which had been conferred upon
him, and it would be his earnest desire to preserve
those cordial relations which have hitherto existed
between France and England. The Duke traveled
to London in a State railway carraige.
At the meeting of the Royal Geographical Socie
ty, in London, Dr. H. Rink, of Copenhagen, read a
paper on the supposed discovery of the north coast
of Greenland and an open polar sea, bv Dr. Kane.
Dr. Rink combatted the theories of the lamented
Arctic navigator.
The British steamer Cyclops had arrived at Aden
ni route for the Red Sea. where she will take sound
ings with a view of testing its feasibility for a sub
marine telegraph.
The council of the Society of Arts had adopted
resolutions in favor of holding decennial exhibitions
of Industry and Art, but that the contemplated ex
hibition of 18G1, should not be a repetition of that
of 1851, but should consist of works selected for
their excellence, and be arranged into classes in
stead of countries.
The trial of Dr. Simon Bernard for complicity
with Orsini and others was still progressing in Lon
don, but was expected to he brought to a conclu
sion on the day the Arabia sailed. The counsel for
the prisoner, Mr. Edw in James, had made a pow
erful speech on behalf of his client, appealing
strongly to the anti-Napoleon prejudices of his
auditors. He denounced the Emperor as a despot,
and affirmed that the proceeding had been un
dertaken to serve a political object, at the dicta
tion of the abettors of foreign despotism, who
dared not appeal to the British House of Com
mons. Me called for a fearless and independent
verdict, let the consequences be what they might.
The speech elicited tremendous cheering in the
court.
A meeting with respect to the purchase of the
geological museum of the late Hugh Miller, was held
in Edinburgh on Monday, the Lord Provost in the
chair. The chairman stated that the late Govern
ment had set aside £5OO towards the purchase of the
museum and (lie placing of it in the Edinburg In
dustrial Museum. Two other offers had been re
ceived, the one from a Scotch nobleman of £l.OOO,
and the other from an American College of a thou
sand guineas. To prevent its removal across the
Atlantic, it would he necessary that the Govern
ment grant should be supplemented to at least £5O
above the highest offer. A subscription list was
opened and a committee appointed to promote the
subscription.
FRANCE.
The Government bill for one hundred and eighty
millions of francs, for the embellishment of Paris,
was meeting with very strong opposition in the
standing committees of the legislative body, but it
was supposed, nevertheless, that the subsidy would
be granted.
The Emperor was on a visit to the Sologne.
Marshal Bosquet continued too unwell to enter
on the command of his district.
Elections to the Legislature were to take place in
Paris on the 2Gth of April, but nothing definite was
known as to the intention of the republicans. The 3
Government candidates i m . definitely announced to
be General Perrot, MM. Eck and l'erret.
The depressed condition of the money market
continued to occupy the attention of the' Govern
ment.
The four opposition members of the Legisla
tive body had been invited to dine at the Tuille
ries, but they all, with one exception, declined the
honor.
On Friday, the lfith, the 3 per cents, closed in
Paris at (>9.40c., and the four-and-a-halfs at 93.
40c.
ITALY.
The Sardinian officers, who were on leave in
foreign countries, had been called home by their
Government.
A marriage treaty had been signed between the
hereditary Prince of Naples, and a Princess of Ba
varia—sister to the Empress of Austria.
It is stated that a correspondence between France '
and England, on the conflict between Sardinia I
and Naples, has resulted in the mutual agreement
of the two western Powers not to support Sardinia
in any act of aggression to which the quarrel may
lead her.
AUSTRIA.
A Vienna letter says : "Much suffering still exists
in the principal manufacturing districts of Austria,
and it is impossible to say when this deplorable
crisis will end. The extensive shipments usually
made to the United States have completely ceased
lor eight months. Large stocks of raw silk and
manufactures are on hand, and from the little busi
ness doing, prices are merely nominal.
RUSSIA.
The emancipation of the serfs in Russia is said to
he making great progress, and the measure had be
come general.
On and after the Ist of July, all merchandise
passing along the railways of Russia is to be sub
jected to a payment of 5 topekes per rouble.
NORWAY.
The central part of the city of Christiana had
been destroyed by fire. The Norwegian Credit
Bank was burnt, but the books and valuables were
saved.
CHINA.
The Hong Kong Correspondent of the London
Time* says that the four great Powers allowed the
Emperor until the end of March to send down
his plenipotentiary to Shanghai, and in the mean
time they suspended all belligerent proceedings.
The same authority savs there is no doubt the
country was arming around Canton, but that the el
ders ot' Fatshan had formally declared that the pur
pose was only for defence against the rebels who
threatened the city.
" INDIA.
There is no later news, but some additional items
had been telegraphed from Malta.
Sir Colin Campbell remained at I.ucknow, restor
ing quiet and organizing the garrison.
The following telegram, from her Majesty's Act
ing Consul-Gcncral in Egypt, was received at the
foreign ollice on the 13th April, at SP. M. The
steamer Ganges arrived at Suez yesterday evening
from Bombay. The following intelligence*has been
telegraphed from Suez :
Bombay, March 24, 3 P. M.
Lucknow fell on the 19th. One hundred and sev
enteen guns were captured, and about 2,000 of the
enemy were slain during the siege. Mrs. Orr and
Miss Jackson were rescued. Eight officers killed.
The townspeople and villagers, being protected, are
resuming their occupations. The submission of the
principal land-owners has been accepted. About
50,000 of the enemy have escaped, making for Uo
hileund and Bundelcund. The army is in pursuit
of the rebels. The delay of Sir H. Rose's force for
three weeks at Saugor prevented the line of troops
intended to intercept the enemy from being closed
up.
Sir 11. Rose, with the second division of the Raj
pootana field force, was within twenty-five miles of
Jhansi, on the 21st March. Thirty thousand rebels
are said to be in his front.
General Roberts' force marched from Nusseera
bad to Kotali on the 10th and 11th. The distance
is one hundred and twenty miles.
The Calpee mutineers* have taken the fort of
Chnrchard and taken the Rajah prisoner.
Whitelock'g force remains in charge of Saugor,
tj|c cavalry only having pushed on to Allahabad.
Stuart's* brigade captured Chunderee on the
17th.
The telegram arrived at Malta, from Alexan
dria. by met chant steamer, at noon, on the 13th of
April.
Lyons, Admiral.
INDIA HOUSE TELEGRAM.
The following telegram has been received at the
India House.
TO J. n. niCKINSON, ESQ., INDIA HOUSE.
Lucknow was completely occupied on the 17th of
March. On that date the last post of the enemv in
the Moosalagh was captured.
The enemy had retreated northwards. The cav
alry is in pursuit.
117 guns have been taken. Captain Mitchell
and Lieutenant Boole, of the Artillery, with a
party of Ghoorkas, have rescued Mrs. Orr and
Miss' Jackson. The ladies had been protected by
Meer Valdee Alby Derejal, and had been well treat
ed by him.
The restoration of authority in the city has been
commenced and great efforts are in progress for
reassuring the population, which had fled in great
numbers to the neighboring villages.
Futtyuhlr.—The rebels, in great force, with four
guns, crossed the Ramjungliar on March 18, but
have since retired to Fangoon.
Cawxpore.—The rebels who had crossed into the
Rhatterpoor-pergunna had retired before Christie's
j column, and revenue collections had been corn
! menccd. All well at Cawnpore to 23d inst.
| The second brigade of the Central India Field
Force laid siege to the hill fort of Chunderce on
March Sth. On March 17th, the fort was stormed
and taken. Our loss was not great—one officer,
Lieutenant Scoresby, royal artillery, is reported as
killed, and one Captain Keating, as wounded. The
I second brigade was to march immediately to Salee
Leu lit, and join Sir 11. Rose's column. A combined
movement would then he made on Jhansi, which
was only 50 miles distant.
Sir H. Rose's movements in the rear of the
enemy's defences had caused great panic, and the
whole of the Chundun district and the Rajah of
Banpoore's territory on the right of the Letwa
river had been abandoned by the rebels. The Ra
jah's possessions have been confiscated by Sir W.
Hamilton.
The rebels under Lalla Sahib, brother to Nana
Sahib, are in great force in Bundelcund.
SOUTHERN MAHRATTA COUNTRY. —The chief of
Chamk Hundee, one of the great Putwardheen fam
ily, has been arrested, and his fort occupied.
A. I>. ANDERSON,
Secretary to the Government.
Bombay Castle, 24th March.
ALLAHABAD, March 20. —Commissioner Yell reached
Calcutta on the 22d inst., and will be under sur
veillance until further orders.
Mehnndee Ali Khan, styling himself Prince of
j Bampoon, who was arrested on the 2d, has been
released from confinement, and -(.quired to live un
der surveillance.
F. G EDMONSTON,
Secretary to the Gova nment of India,
V. G. MWNTANARO.
By steamer Euxine, Malta, April 14.
THE TIMES' TEI.EOKAM.
The Time* has received additional news in a dis
patch dated Malta, Wednesday, 9 P. M.
Major Hudson has been killed before Lucknow.
Sir William Peel is wounded.
The Commander-in-chief was at Lucknow on the
19th of March, restoring quiet and organizing the
garrison.
Fugitives from Oude to the eastward were threat
ening Goruckpore.
The 13th regiment was moved thither from Azil
liuc.
General Roberts hoped to be before Kotali short
ly, and if the enemy showed signs of resistance, to
open trenches on the 24th of March.
SPAIN.
MADRID, April 15. —1t is stated, though not yet
officially, that the Queen is again eneiente.
PRUSSIA.
BERLIN, April 15. —The ministerial journal, the
Zeil, contradictsthe report of Queen Victoria's visit
I to Berlin during the coming summer.
TURK EY.
| CONSTANTINOPLE, April 10.—The Porte demands
the postponement of the Paris conferences.
FRANCE.
PARIS, April 10.- —The Three per Cent. Rentes
have gone lower than for some time past, closing at
(19.35.
THE VERY LATEST BY THE ARABIA.
BY TELEGRAPH FROM LONDON TO LIVERPOOL.
J [Daily News' City Article, London, Friday evening, Arnril
10, I'. .If.)
LIVERPOOL, Saturday, April 17.
! The abundance of money and the release of the
I dividends exercise no stimulating influence upon the
! funds. The market to-dav was flat in character,
j with little variations in price.
| Consols closed about 1-1(1 per cent, cheaper than
yesterday. Speculative operations are in abevance,
pending the announcement of the budget, which is
fixed for Monday. All the other departments of
the Stock Exchange were likewise extremely dull.
Dona fide purchasers, to even a moderate amount,
| would probably impart general animation, hut busi
j ness is comparatively stagnant. The amount of
I gold sent into the bank to-day was £32,000. In the
discount department at the bank, there was a mod
erate amount of business to-day, hut the supply of
money in the market has somewhat increased dur
ing the past two days, probably owing to the re
lease of the dividends, and the money dealers seem
to experience difficulty in keeping rates up; 2U pel
cent., however, may he considered the rate of mini
mum choice bills.
[ The Times' City Article.]
LONDON, Friday, I'. M. —The funds remain with
out much alteration, hut the tendency is towards
flatness. In the discount market there was great
ease to-day, and it was difficult to lend money at
call upon any terms. In the foreign exchanges
this afternoon the rates were about the same as last
post.
The report of the Liverpool cotton market shows
a limited business and a fall of %c. per lb. in the
| lower descriptions.
MARSnAL PKLISSIER.
The Queen held a court yesterday afternoon at
Buckingham Palace. The Duke de Malakoff had
his first audience of the Queen, and delivered to
her Ma jesty his credentials as ambassador from his
Imperial Majesty the Emperor of the French.
Till-; PREACIIEItSHII' AT LINCOLN'S INN.
At council of the preachers yesterday, the Rev.
Tlr. Thompson, provost of Queen's College. Oxford,
was appointed preacher to the society. ' The num
ber of candidates was very large, and at the final
ballot Archdeacon Otter, of Chinchester, was 2d,
and Doctor Ooulbottrn, late head master of Rugby,
was 3d on the poll.
THE ELECTIONS AT PARIS.
PARIS, April lli.—The candidates must take the
oaths eight days before the polling commences, and
it was necessary to designate them to-day or to
morrow. They are Messrs. Leonvillc, Jules Favre,
and Ernest Picard, advocates.
ALLEGED LIIIEL OF MAGISTRATES.
The Court of Queen's Bench refused an applica
tion for a criminal information against the Hull Ad
vertiser, for an alleged libel on three magistrates of
that neighborhood. Mr. Justice Crompton said:
"The sentences at the assizes, and all criminal
courts, were commented on very often, and this
j court ought to be careful not to interpose its au
thority to stop them, when confined within fair
I limits."
CALVERT A CO.
This brewing firm have placed their books in the
hands of Suilter & Co., the accountants.
MISCELLANEOUS.
The Times comments in indignant terms on the
impunity of the Western Bank of Scotland, and !
ascribes superior commercial morality to the Eng- j
lish people.
CIRCASSIA.
A dispatch from Constantinople states that there j
has been an extensive conspiracy in Circassia. The j
correspondence has been intercepted. A Hunga- j
rian colonel, named Bongya, has disclosed every- |
thing, and been condemned to death, together with
an emissary.
TURKEY.
TRIESTE, April Hi.—The intelligence from Con- J
stantinople is to the 10th of April. A law for the
reform of prison discipline has received the assent |
of the Sultan.
The firman granting an increase of pay to the |
army was to be published on tiie 11th.
Omer Pacha had set out from Bagdad to take
command of an expedition against the turbulent |
tribes of the neighborhood.
THE VERY LATEST.
LIVERPOOL, April 17—10 A. M.—The ship Black
Haw, from New Orleans is off the port.
The steamer Fulton has not yet been heard of at
Southampton.
Our markets have not yet opened.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.
LIVERPOOL, April 16.-—The sales of Cotton for the week j
have (>een 44.000 bales for exportation. There has been a ;
slight decline on alt qualities, affecting the inferior grades i
most, which are ii d. lower, while middlings have declined
Aid. Fair qualities are unchanged.
The estimated sales to-day are 10,000 bales, including
1.400 to speculators, and an equal amount to exporters.
The market closes dull at the following quotations:
Orleans fair 7% Middling 6 13-16
Mobile fair 7 2 s Middling 6 11-16
Upland fair 7,v Middling 6 9-16
The stock in port is 422,000 hales, including 320,000
American.
The Manchester advices are favorable.
HAVRE, April 14.—New Orleans tres ordinaire is quoted
at 102f.
April 16.
LIVERPOOL BREADSTUFFS MARKET.—The market closed
duli. Richardson, Spence & Co. report Flour very dull,
as follows:—Western Canal 225.; Philadelphia and Balti
more 22-. fi 23-.; Ohio [email protected]
WHEAT is dull, and nominally unchanged. Sales of
red at 65.( 6s. 2d.; white 7-.(5 7- 6d.
Corn is quiet—white being quoted at 335. and yellow a
335.(0,335. 6.1.
LIVERPOOL PROVISION MARKET. April 16.—The market
closed steady. Beef is heavy and lower qualities have
declined; quotations are barely maintained. Pork is firm,
and holders demand an advance. Bacon quiet and steady.
Lard quiet; buyers demand a reduction; it is quoted at 54
(0555. Tallow iirin.
LIVERPOOL PRODUCE MARKET, April 16.—Sugar is quiet,
quo ations being barely maintained.
Rice is active, but has declined 3d.
Rosin steady at 4s. 6d.
Turpentine steady, with a large business at 407 i 425. j
Pot Ashes firm, with aslight advance. Sales at [email protected] i
Pearls are also firm at [email protected]
TEA.—There is but little inquiry, and prices arc weak.
Linseed Oil is quoted at 295. 6d.7i.305.
BIGLAND, ATIIYA & CO.'S LIVERPOOL CIRCULAR.
LIVERPOOL, April 16.—Provisions—The business in Beef
has lieen small; to effect sales importers would make a
slight concession. Pork—At the close of last week the
market was checked by speculators who have since made
retail sales at a small advance. Bacon —At the close of
last week some considerable speculative purchases were
made, but at the auction on Tuesday the improved tone
consequent thereon was not supported There was no dis
position on the part of country buyers to go into stock,
and the greater part was withdrawn for want of bids.—
Since the sale, holders have shown more disposition to
meet buyers, at last week's quotations.
LARD has again advanced Is. per cwt., 555. having been
paid for fine; buyers, however, are indisposed to follow up
the advance, and the market closes quiet.
TALLOW is in steady demand at full prices.
ASHES.—A considerable lousiness has been done at 375.
for Pot and 38s. for Pearl, being an advance of Is. per
cwt.
NAVAL STORES.—Common Rosin is in good demand at
4s. sd. to 4s. till, per cwt.; Fine brings 15s. to 16- per cwt.
Spirits of Turpentine—Holders having given way.a j
considerable business has been done at 42s , down to 40s.
per cwt.
BARK.— Nothing reported either in Philadelphia or Bal
timore.
Linseed Cake is rather easier, 6815s per ton having .
been accepted for American qualitv.
LONDON MARKETS, April 16.—Barings' circular quotes
breadstuffs steady.
Iron rails dull at £6'n £6 65., and liar iron at £6.
Sugar dull, at a decline for inferior qualities of tid.fa Is.
All qualities of Tea have declined, affecting the finer
qualities most. Common Congoes are quoted at 11 \(1
LONDON MONEV MARKEN. —The money* market is un
changed. Consols arc quoted at 96X for money,
PRICE TWO CENTS
' and !C)X(a,9fi% for account. American securities quiet
but steady.
THE LATEST.
| BY TKIJKORAPH FROM I.ONDON TO LIVKRPOOTi.]
LONDON, Saturday.— l'ellissier, the new French
Minister, presented his credentials to the Queen
i yesterday.
Ihe Independent Bel ye says that every effort will
be made to settle the dispute between Naples and
Sardinia. The King of Holland is likelv to he se
lected as arbitrator,
i Ihe Times says tlie Turkish Government has con
j traded with England for ten war steamers of 200 to
| 800 tons, to establish the IJlack Sea fleet allowed bv
[ the treaty of l'aria.
| The advices from all the commercial centres of the
continent, describe a stagnation of business and a
j general exercise of caution.
i FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.
LONDON - , April 10, 1858.
In my opinion there are serious grounds of differ
j once between the French and English Governments.
Switzerland has refused point blank, to permit
France to have consuls at liasle, and some other
places where none resided before. France threat
ens and menaces, and little Republican Switzerland
] stands firm and relies on Great Britain. Her pro
! tection she will get. Our intelligent diplomatic
resident—Hon. Theodore S. Fay, U. S. Minister at
Berne, —will give all needful advice and assur
ances of approval from his Government, and
France will have to recede. In the meanwhile
other combinations are going on. A marriage con
tract has just been entered into between the heir
sop a rent to the throne of Naples, and the sister of
the r,,,,, ress of Austria, a princess of Bavaria. An
alliance u-tj, e bouse of Hapsburg can not be said to
be worth a Wm sum; witness the second marriage
of old Napoleon -itli Maria Louisa. Austria had
not the pluck to light .uch on either side, but as
John Bull took his coa, oil', bared his arm, and
pitched in, Austria said, "go\ . pn hold your hat."
And then the precious father-in-law stood quietly
by, and saw Mr. Bull act as the inV UMlan jailor tii
the royal prisoner,insulting him contemporaneously,
and through all time with the title of 'tleueral Bo
naparte." And so the dastardly drama continued
till the minions of Austrian and British tyranny
had sent young Napoleon to his grave, by a slow
poison.
Naples has liberated Park, and graciously per
mitted hint to return to England "for his health."
lie is neither tried, condemned or acquitted. Na
ples, putting her own interpretation on the writers
on international law, has made out her own case to
her own satisfaction at least, and in a most pre
sumptious way has declared that in a case like the
one of Park and Watts, there are no parties to the
affair except the Government making the seizure,
and the private party of the other part. Mr. Hull,
in his government capacity, will have something to
say on this subject, and the journals already begin
to quote Wheaton, "the great American jurist," as
the tirst authority in the world on the law of na
tions. Lord Malmesbury's, or rather the Earl of
Derby's government, lias not yet spoken on the sub
ject _ ,
Now, 1 may not be a true prophet, but the signs
of the times all point conclusively to combinations
like these. A close alliance, offensive and defen
sive, between France and Kussia, to be formed even
tually by Austria and Naples, and probably Spain.
On the other hand Great llritain and Prussia—now
allied bv a roval marriage—joined by smaller Ger
man States, Belgium, Switzerland, Sardinia and
Turkey. If all these high contracting parties can
manage to pass a couple of years or so in diploma
tic correspondence, ringing all the changes between
the "retort courteous," the "quip modest," the "re
ply churlish," the "reproof valiant," the "counter
check quarrelsome," and the "lie circumstantial,"
before coming to the "lie direct," depend on it they
will by that time be ripe for war. France has late
ly gone to putting her navv into the most efficient
condition, and has ordered a coast railway that
shall run direct from Bordeaux to Brest, and even
tually to Havre. Let Russia get railways comple
ted from St. Petersburg and Moscow to the Crimea,
the Volga, Poland and Austria, and so far as South
eastern Europe is concerned, John Bull ami
the Turk may take their pots of ale and their nar
ghillas and smoke and drink to their hearts' con
tent. Of course it cannot be supposed if there is a
serious combination threatening Great Britain that
Brother Jonathan will look idly on; so long as there
are hundreds of thousands of restless spirits in the
country, all afraid they'll if tiny cant light.
Great Britain is notin a temper to put up with alarge
amount of insolence from France, and the Emperor
has got his dander up, and is not in a very amiable
mood towards his late august and friendly ally
across the channel. The continental nations that I
speak of, only need the one great requisite in peace
or war, means of transportation, to be able to defy
all Christendom, so far as their own territories and
neighborhoods are concerned. It certainly would not
be strange if, before the 100 th anniversary of Amer
ican Independence, there were to be fought on the
continent of Europe a great battle between allied
forces, to which Waterloo and Leipsic were mere
skirmishes.
Lord Derby's Government is clearly a weak one,
but like many weak patients it ma}* live longer than
some apparently very strong ones. Punrh this week
hits it oft' splendidly, by representing Dizzy and
Dam, as two old women fairly making faces at each
other under the impression that each one's "own
crow is fairest." They have each a black baby in
swaddling clothes, labelled "Indiabill," and Pnnvh?*
police court chronicles a case of "base child deser
tion." Mr. Temple (Palmerston) declared the child
was not his own bantling, though it resembled it
in some features. From this you will draw the con
clusion that the bill for a new India Government
has been withdrawn. Derby and Dizzy are desirous
of a long official life and they will not wreck their
fortunes on a bill for India that has already been
summarily condemned by the united voice of the
press and the country.
The most popular men now in London are Yan
kees. As the horse is the noblest animal in the
world, and as a kicking horse is about the most un
comfortable quadruped possible, it must follow that
a horse-tamer is one of the greatest boons and great
est man that could be sent to this horse-loving na
tion. And, as John G. Saxc might, could, would
or should have said, they have received Mr. Karey
with true Ww.-pitalitv. I'm,eh talks about him eve
ry week, Albert Smith declares he saw him on the
very raringest summit of Mont Blanc, the Queen
has been to see liiui tame a real snorter—half horse,
half alligator—live lords by the score attend his
classes, dukes write testimonials to his success, and
the most vicious stations in the kingdom are at
once conquered and made as mild as moonbeams in
the snn-light of his genius. That facetious dog—or
rather pony —master I'm,eh has published his secret
to all the world, and as vou may not have seen it
I give it ye. He says after Karey gets fairly locked
up in the stable with the animal, he pulls a certain
newspaper out of his pocket, and says "now, old
boss, you just be quiet, or I'll read to vou an arti
cle out of the Morning Star." Under the infiuenee
of this awful threat the animal at once becomes per
fectly submissive. He will after that do anything
rather than have even the threat repeated. " Have
you not some journals with you that are dolefully
dull enough to beheld in terrorcm over vicious brutes
like bad horses?
Next to Mr. Rarey, Howes & Cushing's great
United States circus are carrying off nil London in
their equestrian feats. An immense building—the
Alhambra J'alace—is filled twice a day to the de
light of everybody; and yesterday their leading
mail drove forty cream colored horses in one vehicle
round Regent's Park, and the John Bulls, and Mrs.
Bulls, and juvenile Bulls were all vastly delighted.
The horses went four abreast.
One can judge of the Englishman's fondness for
dogs and horses by seeing the almost fabulous
prices that "hounds' and hunters" sell for when an
old establishment is broken up by a death or a
bankruptcy. The "Old Berkshire Hounds," and
the "hunters" (horses) of the establishment the
property of Mr. James Morrell, were lately sold
under the hammer. The hounds brought £2,600
($13,000,) 170 in number, or over seventy dollars a
piece. Some choice ones sold in lots of four cou
ples at 200 guineas (over $1,000) each lot. One
favorite animal for breeding brought fifty guineas.
These last were all purchased by the Duke of Beau
fort. The hunters brought from 65 to 280 guineas
each; all the 32 animals, £3,600, an average of
over $560 each.
The (British) Royal Geographical Society had
an interesting meeting a few days since to listen to
a paper bv Dr. 11. Rink, of Copenhagen, "on the
supposed discovery of the North coast of Greenland,
and an open Polar Sea, by Elisha Kent Kane, M.
I)., of the United States Navy." Of course
all Yankee Doodledum will be up in wrathful
arms when it knows that a scornful, envious
Dane has dared to question the "supposed" dis
coveries of the late nero of Polar research. As
an American I have the warmest partiality to
wards all real progress and discovery, made
by Americans, and particularly by the youthful
martyr, Dr. Kane. Still wo need not he "riled,"
and get our dander up, because some old fogies here
in London get together to examine into the accura
cy of Dr. Kane's "supposed" discoveries. Making
certain allowances for possible or imaginary error.
Dr. Rink thinks the locality of the Humboldt glacier
was at latitude SO 52' 02", and Cape Constitution
latitude 80° 44', instead of 81° 22', as laid clown by-
Kane. As to the sight of the open sea, by- Morton,
Dr. Rink simply does not believe it, and that is, in
short, all the whole statement amounted to.
1 regret 1 could not attend the meeting of the
Geographical that evening, but I am under no fear
for the reputation of our young heroic countryman.
I'll tell vou where I did go once. It was to the
British Museum, and there in the "Arctic regions"
of that collection. 1 saw a map published under the
authority of the British Admiralty, whereon was
laid down all the bays, rocks and headlands, dis
covered —beg pardon, "supposed" to he discov
ered— bv Dr. Kane, from Grinnell Bav to Cape
John IV. Francis. As the shade of old Crom
well said (see I'm,eh, and report b\- the ghost
of his reporter) in Hades, when old Hal the
Eighth, the Charleses, Jugurtha, Julius Cicsar, and
others, tried to pass a resolution dismissing the bur
ly Protector from their "Royal Mess," —"until you
can blot my name out of a book called the History
or England, you better keep quiet." Now, until
they can blqt the name of Kane from the glorious
roll of Artie discoveries, they might as well "dry up
and let the adventures and contributions to science
of that young hero stand for what the world is
pleased to accept th m. „
Yours ever, DANDOLO.

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