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MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Fashion 6's.
A. G. Saunders s's and 7's, ' A. G. Saunders X B ,s -i
Young & Wimbish s's, Keii Rover X lbs.,
H. J. Smith s's and 6's, M. E. Farmer lbs.,
At wood s's and 10's, 1 R- W. White lbs.,
R. .1. Venable s's and ll's, . F. Bailey Bs,
•los. Hemes s's, I M. B- Motley lbs.,
Jas. S. Farrow s's and 10's I K. E. Watt lbs.,
Jas. K. Lea Tallula Twist, ! Thos. Staples lbs.,
Calvin Twist, Thos. S keen lbs.,
A. Jones Twist, I U. Cook lbs.,
Keen k Moorman Twist, j I). Noble lbs.,
Wm. Li con X lbs., I L. Lawrence lbs..
For sale bv JOHN P. PLEASANTS k SONS,
jel6-4t No. 52 South street.
A/TANUKACTUREU TOBACCO,
IVI FANCY POUND LUMP.
Royal Arch, 10 pound pkgs.; SallieCarey, 5 pound pkgs.;
J. May, 10 pound packages.
POUNDS,* J. Scott,
J. A. Clay, M.Wise,
S. E. White, { Mason,
I>. W. Burton,* John St. Clair,
G. English, POUNDS.
Foreman Carter Jackson,
John Smith, John Pates,
J. Judson, Pyramid,
H. Johnson, FIVES.
People's Favorite, Carter Jackson,
James Madison, Wm. Palmer,
Murrell k Burks, Our Alice,
•T. Gibson, TENS.
W. A. Jams, Carter Jackson,
Win. Stewart, W. A. Jarvis,
J. C. Breckenridge, Chickahominy,
R. Wilson, 10's, 18's and 20's,
JeuTang, Wm. Walker,
Robert I). P.urks, Uncle Tom,
D. Alexander, C. k W Jones,
L. Wallace,
In store and for sale by
WARWICK, FRICK k BALL,
myl4-tf. No. 160 South street.
jy/^AiN UPACTUKKD TOBACwU,—
A. Enos, lbs. Economy, 12's.
G. H. Larrence, lbs. Jas. Hite, 12's.
A. Enos, s's. J. Mason, 12's.
W. Reynolds k Co., s's. Anthony, 12's.
A Johnson, 10's. "Wm. Walker, 18's.
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, X ILs.
Aragon, 10's. G. 11. Larrence, 4's.
Jas. Smith, 12's.
Just received and for sale by
COURTNEY k CUSHING
apO tf 65 South Gay street.
VIRGINIA MANUF. TOBACCO.—
POUNDS.
TE Rosa, FIVES and TENS.
Continental, Jno. T Lewis,
Jas. Hite, I. P. Cook,
Tobacco Queen, HALF POUNDS.
Jas. Williams, National Guard,
J. \V. Gait, Blair & Birch,
Leftwich, (cross,) Uncle Sam,
JNO. TABB. Laurel Branch'
FIVES and TENS Forest Rose*
Competitor, Olive Branch,
l'riddy, Jas. Douglas,
Smiley, Hundley,
Turn ley, Shilo,
Jas. Douglas, Phil Primus,
Anna Rice, bright, R. J. Christian's Comfort,
J. C. Brock, do. do. P. Apple,
A. E. Crutchfield. do. do. G.F. Royall
Rowlett, do. do. Nat's Pride
Le Grand, PLANTERS' PRIDE,
J. Lanes, Dark Sweet, lbs.
W. A. Stewart, R. J. Christian's Indomitable
C. S. Pearson, do. Comfort,
Christian's Pine Apple, do. Pine Apple,
do. Royal, do. C.S.Pearson
T. Jas. Doane, do. W. Stewart,
Jack Robinson, Competitor,
Planters' Pride, Old Bobs,
Zenobia, W. 11. Smiley.
Alexander,
Fancy Light Pressed and R. R. Twist, Fig, Dough Nut
and other fancy styles. Powhatan pipes and Kentucky
leaf
In store and for sale by ARMISTEAD, RTGGS k CO.
np'l tf. 57 Exchange Place.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.—
POUNDS.
Thos. 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 k Draper,
A. J. Law & Co., Jean Nicott,
Shelton k Clay, Economy,
Gilmun, R. White,
C. O'Malley, S. Mate,
P. A. Clay, A Ivan Adams,
W. B. Law, P. Hayne,
A Wins, P. Richardson,
J. M. Hi I lard, Geo. Finney,
Thomas Carbrv, Smith,
J. M. Taylor, Monticello,
J. W. Murrell, E. Pope,
L. J. Keen, J. R. Graham,
Allen & Knight, P. Fry,
C. L. Ellis, Saras,
A. B. Clements, Joe Johnson,
W. Dabney, Meaxes,
M Moor, ' Jas. Sizer, Jr.,
Wild Rose. Figs,
A. Turner, A. J. Law & Co.,
J. Mason, Twist,
J. T. Ross, R. Caswell,
Forest Rose, #lbs., Buffalo, s's k 10's,
Lawrence, jflbs., D. Lyon, s's k 10's,
A. k G. Maxwell, s's k 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.
TMTLS, S;TRBTOE, £T.
IVIAN St SONS' LONDON SHEATH
ING METAL FOR SHIPS.
The subscriber has received the Agency'of this celebrated
English Sheathing Metal, and has now in hand, and will
keep a supply of all sizes.
LAMBERT GTTTINGS,
[a] 58 Buchanan's Wharf.
STICKNEY IT CO..
DEALERS IX
NAILS,COAL ANO IRON,
No. 57 Exchange Place, up stairs. FE2S-tf
HISS & COL E,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AMERICAN A Nil FOREIGN
HARDWARE,
Nog. 27 and 29 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
fa22-tf. Baltimore
MHKEIT HTJTT &TSON7~
• 23 SOUTH Off A RLES ST REE 7\
MANUFACTURER'S AGENTS
FOR
Best Cut Nails, Naylor k Co.'s Steel Shovels, Forks, Tacks,
Butt Hinges, Sad Irons, Hollow ware o—tfaigi, tc. mr&tf
IF* JL. PARKER & CO.,
J . IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN METALS.
SOUTH VHAIILES STREET,
between PRATT and CAMDEN STREETS.
OFFER FOR SAI.E 1
TIN PLATE, of every description.
TERXE PLATE for roofing.
ENGLISH SHEET IRON, Nog. 10 to 27
AMERICAN " " " 14 to 27.
GALVANIZED" " " 18 to 28.
RUSSIA " " " 9to 19.
IRON WIRE, TINNED WIRE," oto 35.
SHEET ZINC, SPELTER.
PIG and BAR LEAD.
RANCA TIN, in Pigs and Bars.
LEAD PIPE and SHEET LEAD.
HOOP IRON, \ in. tn2S< In.
TINMEN'S TOOLS and MACHINES.
BRASS KETTLES, COPPI K BOTTOMS, RIVETS,
K ETTI.E EARS. Ac.. AIC. fc22-tf.
KEVSKIi, TUOXKLL A CO.
IRON WAR E HOUSE.
No. 19 .SOUTH CAI.VF.RT ST.
1M PORTERS of all di'scriplions 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 IRON MILL, BRISTOL FORGE.
Also, agents for the best Pennsylvania and Maryland
ANTHRACITE and CHARCOAL PIG IKON FURNACES.
feb'22-tf.
OFFICE OK THE ORIENT MUTUAL
INS. CD. NEW YORK, 24th MARCH, 1858.
The following STATEMENT of the affairs of this Com
pany, on the 27th February. 1858, is published in conform
ity with the provisions of its charter:
Premiums unearned 28tli February, 1857 $302,001.41
Premiums received during the year ending 27th
February, 185S 661,231.19
Total Prem itims $903,232.60
Earned Premiums during the year.s7B C,743.44
Less Return Premiums $93,520.53 $693,222.91
Losses paid, less Sal
vages $356,033.68
Losses ascertained,
but liotdue or wait
ing proof 33,700.00 $389,733.68
Re insurance 58,972.16
Ex|>enses, including
Office Rent |
Taxes I
Commissions .... > 62,346,82
Discount on cash I
Premiums, kc. J
Bad and Doubtful
Debts 20,955.01 } 532,007.67
Profit of the year,
(23# percent.) $161,215.24
Interest on subscri
bers' Capital 9,233.22
Leaving for distribu
tion $151,982.02
Share
bid's,
Of which to cent $37,995.50
D'l'rs,
75 per
cent 113,956.62 151,982.02
ASSETS.
O , „ 27TH FEBRUARY, 1858.
Subscribers' Capital
or Cash Capital.... $750 000 00
Less amount paid in loojxw.oo $600,000.00
Cash in Banks $58,126.91
Bonds and Mortgages,
State Stocks, and
U. S. Treas. Notes.. 76,597.50
Loans on call, with
Collateral Security 25,850.00 $160,574.41
Bills Receivable 305 861.74
Uncoll'ted Premiums and lnsu
ranee Scrip 35,694.97
Salvages, Re insu'ee and other
Unsettled Claims due the Co.,
including estimated proceeds
of Protested Notes 42,662.41 644,793 63
, t $1,144,793.53
In view of the above result the Board of Trustees have
this day
Rexoirrd, That a dividend of Sixteen per cent, lie de
clared on the Net Amount of Earned Premiums, (say on
$603,222.91,) and also a dividend of Five per cent, on the
$750,000 of Subscribers' Capital; certificates for which
will be issued on and after 20th May next.
By order of the Board.
CHARLES IRVlNG,Secretary.
LEOPOLD BIER WORTH, President,
ALFRED OGDEN, Vice President,
CTIARLES IRVING, Secretary,
C. MORTON STEWART, Agent,
jo 4 tf. 52 SOUTH GAY STREET.
CVA R D . ~
J HENRY L. MOSS. CHAS. J. PENNINGTON.
Notary Public.
Commissioner of Deeds, Ac.,
for Maryland, in Minnesota.
MOSS A PENNINGTON.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW, etc.,
ST. PAUL,
MINNESOTA.
Practice in all the Courts of the State. Attend with
promptness and care to the collection of debts, payment of
taxes, and investment of money for persons residing in
other States, and to all professional business intrusted to
them. jelO
Mines, f iqitors, flt.
CHARLES H. ROSS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
• ■ ll 11 LIQUORS. WIX ES , <t: c. ,
NO. 9 COMMERCE STREET,
Keep constantly in store and United States Bonded
Warehouses,
COGNAC BRANDIES,
Otard, Hennessey, Ac.
ROCIIE LI, E BRANDIES,
Seignettee, Pellevoisin, &c.
HOLLAND GIN,
Grape, Imperial Eagle, Ac.
W INKS,
Champagne, Sherrv. Port. Madeira. Malaga, Ac.
AMERICAN LIQUORS,
Special attention is solicited to theirlarge stock of
OLD RYE WHISKEY,
Which cannot he excelled by any house in the United
States, including Extra Fine, Super or Monongahela,
Jackson, Family, Pure R. Rye.
Also, Imitation Sweet
MALAGA WINE,
Which cannot be excelled by any house in the United
States.
DOMESTIC BRANDY. GIN,
PURE SPIRITS, RECTIFIED WHISKEY,
GINGER, LAVENDER AND
W I I, I> CHER R B R A N D Y ,
All guaranteed to give satisfaction, or will he taken back.
jeß-tf
A CAR D.—For the purpose of
doing a more general CASH BUSINESS, I have
If&tosa&S&k made arrangements to sell my stock of Goods
for cash, at the lowest remunerating prices. This arrange
ment will I>e extended to all family accounts paid
promptly every June and January. A liberal allowance
will le made to wholesale purchasers, for cash. I offer for
sale in bond and in store,
OLD COGNAC BRANDY, 15 vears old.
OLD SCOTCH. IRISH AND RYE WHISKEY.
OI.D JAMAICA RUM AND HOLLAND GIN.
MADEIRA WINES, DONALDSON'S SF.RCIAL
RESERVE, and other WINES. 20 vears old.
SHERRIES, WIDOW HARMONY'S CELEBRATED
TOPAZ, OLD POMARE, and other brands.
FINE OLD PORT, CHAMPAGNE, (my own importation,)
with RED LACH, GOLD LACH, ASSOCIATE
VERZENAY,
HEIDSECK, and other good brands.
D. LEIDEN'S CELEBRATED HOCK WINES.
STELTON, GLOSTER, PARMESAN AND AMERICAN
CHEESES.
OLD MOCHA, JAVA, and other COFFEES. TEAS of
all kinds and best quality.
FRENCH PEAS, MUSHROOMS. TRUFFLES. MEATS,
and SOUPS, hermetically scaled; PATE DE FOI GRAS,
small size
A large assortment of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC COR
DIALS, and hue GROCERIES of every description, for
sale by GEO. HOLLINS,
14 N. Charles street,
myl2-tf corner of Fayette.
PURE RYE WHISKEY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, owing to
the low price of Rye, are at this time manufae
taring at their Distillery in Washington Co.. Md
pure RYE WHISKEY. All orders left at our store, Nos.
91 & 93 S. Charles st., will be faithfully executed, and can
be relied on. We have at this time in store and for sale
WHISKEY of our own distillation, of superior quality and
age, from 1 year up to 10 years old, and in addition have
for sale the following brands:
J. HOKI.NK. Rules4th proof; J. C. R. F.ckman; M. Mad
dux ; John Snyder; all warranted pure and to give satis
faction as represented, or may he returned at our expense.
FOWLER & ZF.IGLKR,
feb22 tf. No. 91 and 93 South Charles st.
' WIAS. HAZLITT & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN WINES, BRANDIES AND LIQUORS,
39 k 41 SOUTH GAT STREET. BALTIMORE.
A large and superior stock of PURE RYE WHISKEYS,
rom the most celebrated Distillers. mrl7 tf
"• WINES, BRANDIES, RUMS,
tJLJU BLACK TEAS, kc.
'• p. TIERNAN & SON
Offer for sale the following articles, of their own importa
tion, particularly for family use:
SHERRY WlNES—Pemartine's finest pale, gold and
brown Sherries, in wood and in glass.
I'oRT WlNES—Sandeman's competition red and white
Port, in wood ami in glass.
MADEIRA WINE—John Howard March's fine Madeira,
in wood and in glass; also, Grape Juice.
HOCK WlNES—Jolianncsberger, Steinl>crger, Marco
brunner. Cabinet, Lieb-frau-milcb, Bronneborg, of 1840.
CHAMPAGNE WINES—Moet and Chandon's finest, in
quarts and pints.
BRANDIES.—Otard and Hennessy's fine old pale and
dark Brandies.
RUMS—OId and fine Jamaica, Antigua, Grenada, and
from the Islands, imported direct from London.
HOLLAND GlN—The bestquality—Tiernan brand—and
no mixture of aromatic poison in it.
200 half chests <>ft he finest SOUCHONG TEA. ap3-tf.
r ■ |*CHOICEWINES,BRANDIES,&c.
J- B- CHARRON & CO., AGENTS
FOR VIAE YARD PROPRIETORS
I N F RANCE,
Have just received and offer for sale very superior COGNAC
BRANDIES, vintage 1811. Charron Pere et fils Brand;Eiu
ile Belmont & Co., Cognac Brandies, various vintages;
Bordeaux Claret Wines from low to finest grades; Bur
gundy Wines, from Medium to very best grades produced
in France; sujieiior White Wines; Champagne Wine,
various brands; HOLLAND GIN and SCOTCH WHIS
KEYS of prime qualities.
The above will be sold in a United States Bonded Ware
house or duty paid.
Also, on consignment, 10 bbls. very old and prime
Monongahela Rye Whiskeys; 10 bbls. very old copper dis
tilled Bourlion Whiskeys; 200 bbls. line medium grades
Bourbon and Rye Whiskeys, to which we invite the atten
tion of tnose in want of pure liquors. Oftice No. 134 LOM
BARD STREET, 3 doors east of Hanover. aps-tf
COAL
NEW COAL ARRANGEMENT.
rpilE BALTIMORET'OAL COMPANY
JL being solicited by consumers of COAL in this city to
establish an Agency for the exclusive sale of their superior
Coal, and being advised that thousands of tons are an
nually sold in the citv as
BALTIMORE COMPANY'S COAL,
that never came from their mines, to the manifest injury
of the well merited reputation of their Coal, and being do
| sirous of securing to all consumers the pure article, un
mixed with any other Coal, have appointed
Messrs. DOBBIN k AVAR FIELD,
No. 36 SECOND STREET,
SOLE AGENTS for the receipt and sale of all Coal shipped
to Baltimore from this date.
Messrs. DOBBI.Y k WARFIELD have entered into bond
and security not to deal in, receive or sell, directly or in
directly, any other Anthracite Coal than the Baltimore
Company's; hence the public may rely with entire cer
tainty on receiving the pure article and the full ton of
2,240 lbs.
They will ESTABLISH YARDS for supplying families,
anil make special contracts with all public institutions,
manufactories, iron workers, kc., by the boat load, or in
larger quantity, on favorable terms,
By order of the Board.
THOMAS WILSON, President.
April 24,1558. myS-tf
BA L TIM OR E COAL COMPANY'S
COAL.—The public are hereby notified that as SOLE
AGENTS for the BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY, we are
now prepared to sell and deliver their very superior Coal.
As we are agents for no other Anthracite Coal, consumers
can rely upon getting the genuine article and full weight.
Our arrangements are of the very best character, guaran
teeing promptness and dispatch in the delivery of coal at
any point within the city limits.
The freights from the mines being now very low, we can
sell/or immediate delivery ata much lower rate than later in
the season; hence, consumers will find it a great saving of
money to purchase their supplies at once.
To enable us at all times to sell at the very lowest prices,
we propose to sell for Cash, exclusively, thereby saving to
the consumer 'hecost of collecting and the per centage of
loss on had debts.
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS will lu? made with Manu
factories, Public Institutions ami other large Consumers.
DOBBIN & WARFIELD, Agents,
36 SECOND STREET.
Baltimore. May 8, 1858-tf.
(A O A L .
J CUMBERLAND COAL of the best quality, from the
American Company's and other mines in the George's
Creek Valley, constantly for sale by the cargo or car load
STICKNEY & CO.,
ap24-tf Exchange Place.
CUAS. FOKSTEK, JR. WMTBTSIACK.
COAL
FORSTER k SLACK,
SHIPPERS AND DEALERS IN ALT.
KINDS OF ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COAL
have in yard and are prepared to deliver in good order
LUMP LEHIGH for Cupplas and Foundry purposes.
Baltimore Company, Sunbury, Locust Gap and Lorberrv
White Ash, Lyken's Valley and Short Mountain Red Ash,
for familyuse. Cumberland Coal for manufacturing and do
mestic purposes. UPPER YARD, —Howard Street, oppo
site Centre. LOW ER YARD, —Corner Albemarle .and Alice
Anna Streets ftrb22 tf.
COAL! COAL!! COAT.!!!
BALTIMORE Co' S . PINE GROVE
BROAD MOUNTAIN, SHORT MOUNTAIN, I.YKF.N'S
VALLEY, TREVERTON, and the celebrated PINK ASH
COAL—from HEIL'S TUNNEL—
-2,240 lbs. to the TON,
which lam prepared to deliver at the lowest prices for
cash. BITUMINOUS COAL for Steain and Smith purpos
es , al ways on hand.
Office and yard, CORNER CATHEDRAL and PRESTON
streets, and 31 jj. SOUTH street, where orders are respect
fully solicited,
mrll-l.v S. M. KRAUSER.
NE WELL'S PATENT SAFETY LAMP
AND LAMP FEEDER.
Warranted to prevent all accidents from the use of Ethc
rial Oil or Burning Fluid, or any other explosive com
pounds used for the production of light. This invention
is applied to all common Lamps and Lamp Feeders, and
also to the Solar Lamps, Lanterns, Binnacle Lumps, kc.—
I invite the attention of the public to NEWELL'S IM
PROVED SOLAR FLUID LAMP, for families, in the
Argand form, which burns with a clear, steady light, and
Tonsuming less fluid than any other Lamp, as it consumes
not only the fluid, but all the vapor arising from it while
Burning. These lamps are applied to Chandeliers for par
lors, and are particularly adapted to Churches, Factories,
Hotels, Saloons, Ships, kc. Oil Lamps can be altered to
safety; using the same shade and chimney. Over 1,000.000
of these Lamps and Cans have been sold since 1852, and no
accident has occurred from their use. For sale wholesale
and retail only by ALFRED H. REIP,
337 Baltimore street.
Also, BURNING FLUID at the market price, LAMP
SHADES and CHIMNEYS.
Please read the following certificate of Die entire safety
and efficiency of these devices:—
Ma. A. 11. RF.IP, Dear Sir: —l have carefully examined
nd tested the Patent Safety Lamp and Feeder, invented by
Mr. John Newell, of Boston, and am satisfied that in this
Application of the priuciple of the "Davy," Mr. Newell has
urnished the public with a perfect safeguard against all
langer from explosion in the use of the ordinary burning
fluids. With this Lamp an explosion is impossible, even
with the most careless treatment.
Respectfully, yours,
WILLIAM E. A. AIKEN, M. D.,
Professor of Chemistry, University of Md.
Baltimore Feb. 26,1858.
I have similar recommendations from Dr. Lewis IT.
dteiner, Prof, of Chemistry, Maryland College of Pharma
cy; Dr. A. Snowden Piggott, Analytical and Consulting
Chemist; Professors B. Silliman, Sr., Charles T.Jackson,
Aug. A. Hayes, John Torrey.and many others of equal
merit ap2o-tf.
WELLS, FAKGO & CO.
<. T. TFNSNEW YORK & CALIFORNIA EXPRESS
teWffUmi jlj AXD EXCHANGE COMPANY
A Joint Stock Company—Capital $600,000
™ . I San Fran, office- I Phil, office-
Square ° I cor ont ß° m ery A 400 Chesnut st.
p Agents for P. c! liland of Cuba Ex
Cil ' r ° rma > Sandwich Islands, Oregon and
sth and 20tti OF EACH MONTH r
by all regular steamers. Express to Havana
Goods must be accompanied W
F.XCHA NC ES on CaHfurnia, OrSonsknd tn a
and Havana, in sums to suit. ' San( *wich Islands
Agents in Baltimore—*
rENDEROAST BROS.,
NOTICE TO CALIFORNIA
WELLS FARGO k CO , are now prepared to receive th
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
city
e26 eoly Office—B2 Broadway, New York.
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, JUNE 18, 1858.
AUEWIVES.— 100 hills, new, li.r sale i.y
RICHARDSON & CO.
jel2 tf f7 Exchange Place.
ADAMANTINE AND SOLAR SPERM
CANDLES. 300 Boxes l>est quality, in store and
for sale by DUVALL k IGLEHART,
128 Light street Wharf,
apls-tf Corner of Conway st.
AD AM ANT I N E "CANDLES.—'L'LIE
attention of the City and Southern trade is respect
fully called to our extensive assortment of CANDLES—
4's, s's, 6's aud 12's, in 20, 30, 33, 34 and 401b. boxes and
cartoons, also, to the justly celebrated ManhattanvilleCan
dles, in 15 and 301b. boxes and cartoons, 4's, s's. 6's and
12's. GRANT k BROTHER,
fe22-tf 61_lBxchange Place.
AVALON NAILS, Constantly for Sale by
STICKNEY* & CO.,
Agents for the Avalon Nail Works,
_fe22 tf Exchange Place.
APPLE AND PEACH BRANDY—
-40 Bbls. APPLE BRANDY.
20 Bbls. PEACH BRANDY, extra fine.
For sale by DE CORMIS & ROGERS,
mr 24 tf 4 Commerce street.
BULK MEAT.
150.000 POUNDS HAMS AND SHOULDERS in
dry salt. For sale by
JoB tf JOSEPH CARSON k CO.
BACON.
100 HHDS. SHOULDERS, SIDES AND HAMS.
For sale by
jcS tf JOSEPH CARSON k CO.
BAGGED HAMS.—
5.000 HAMS, in yellow bags suitable for shippers,
for sale by
J-tf JOSEPH CARSON k CO.
BUNCH RAISINS, SALID OIL,
OIL LEMON, WALNUTS, FILBERTS, PALM
M TS, ALMONDS of all kinds. 1 POUND LUMPS
TOBACCO, natural leaf, MACCARONI, PRUNES in
glass, HEMP SEED, MESSINA SALT—in store and
for sale by J. CROSBY & SON,
jij' lf 15 Bou ly'g Wharf.
BRANDYS,
WHISKEYS, WINES, SEGARS.
Large stocks at lowest rates always on band.
WM. GRANGE k CO.,
_je2-tf 3 Exchange Place.
IVVCON,
5 HAMS, SIDES AND SHOULDERS, loose and
in casks. For sale by SMITH & NICODEMUS,,
my22-tf :;si Baltimore Street.
BA RBE RR Y ROOT.
25 Bags just received and for sale by
R. J. BAKER,
ap2l tf 36 South Charles st.
EA< ON.
35 HHDS. PRIME WESTERN BACON—SIDES
29 " " " " SHOULDERS.
15 " " " " HAMS.
For sale by GRANT k BROTHER,
BLTANDYWINE KILN DRIED CORN
Meal, in barrels and hogsheads, for sale lv
JOHN S. WILLIAMS k BRO.
fc22-ly. 52 Commerce street.
BR A ;N I > V -
5 One-Eighth Casks ROCIIEI.LE BRANDY, just
received. For sale by PEN DEItO AST BROS.,
ap7-tf 77 Smith's Wharf, up stairs.
CLARET VV INKS.— l,(IH(l vaseslroin gum I
ordinary Table Claret to very superior quality Bor
deaux Wines; 500 cases superior quality Burgundy; 50
casks St. Julien Mtdoc Claret Wines; 25 casks superior
Burgundy M ines, in store and in liond, for sale by JXO
B CHARON k CO., agents, 132 and 134 West Lombard
street, near Hanover street. jelO-tf.
C CHAMPAGNE.—An invoice of "Flour
J de Ronzy" brand, just landed. AIso,THE CELE
BRATED "CRESCENT" WINE, for sale by
GEO. L. HARRISON,
jelO-tf C O'Donnell's Wharf.
CI ECIL BANK NOTES
J WANTED, at best rates, by
je3-tf _ JOHN 8. GITTIXGS k CO.
CANARY SEED.
20 BARRELS SICILY, for sale by
SCHWARTZ k DIY,
my27-tf 117 Lombard Street.
landed this day per brig "Angier," and for sale by
J. JL CHARRON & GO., Agents,
132 and 134 West Lombnrd Street,
my 15 tf 2 doors east of Hanover SL
CIREAM TARTAII.
/ 5060 lbs., warranted pure, for sale by
R. J. BAKER,
ap2S-tf .36 South Charles street.
CO P P E R A S.
100 Bbls., for sale by R. J.BAKER,
CLARET WINES.
700 Cases Superior TABLE CLARET.
500 44 44 44 Grand Vine.
100 " CHATEAU MARGEUX.
300 44 laA KITE.
In store and for sale by
P. TIERNAN k SON, Importers,
jelC-tf 12 N. Charles street.
CUBA HONEY.
5 Tierces prime quality, just received per Eureka,
and for sale by
J. B. CHARRON k CO., AG'TS,
132 and 134 West Lombard st.,
apl9-tf 2 doors East of Hanover.
HAM l\A( JNE.—The cHebratrd "('r scent 1
J brand CHAMPAGNE for sale by
G. L. HARRISON,
CHEESE. —Cutting, E. D., and Pine Ap
ple now landing and for sale by
RICHARDSON k CO.,
jmrl2-dtf 67 Exchange Place.
CUMBERLAND COAL—
J By Cargo or Car load.
STEPHEN S. LEE,
a f><i South Gay street.
DATES.
150 FRAILS RED DATES, superior quality.
For sale by J.CROSBY & SON,
je3-tf 15 Bowly's Wharf.
DLT I E D B E EF.
40 Bbls. Sugar Cured Dried Beef, in canvass, very
superior, received and for sale by
DUVALL k IGLFJIART,
my6-tf 128 Light street Wharf.
DY E-WOO D S.
1,000 Bbls. Chipped and Ground, for sale by
R. J. BAKER,
ap 28 tf 35 South Charles street.
DATES —300 Frails, New Crop, Red.
ALMONDS—I2O Bags, different qualities.
PALM NUTS—IOO Bags, new crop.
FILBERTS—7O Bags, best Polizzia.
WALNUTS—6O Bags, best Palermo, washed.
MACCARONI—2OO boxes Sicily, curled and straight.
OIL BERG A MOT—I Can Pure Sicily.
WINES—2OO Packages, in pipes, half pipes, quarter
casks, and octave. Sicily MADEIRA, SHERRY, Sweet
MALAGA, in bond or duty paid.
CORKS—ISO Bags.
SICILY HEMP SEED—ISO Bbls. and Bags.
SUMAC—4OO Bags, Lead Brand.
S A LT—I2.OOO BushelsTrappini.
TOBACCO—B6 Boxes, 1 lb. Lump, Natural Leaf.
For sale by J. CROSBY k SON,
aplO tf. 15 Bowley's Wharf
DA T ES,
400 frails New Crop, for sale by
J. CROSBY k SON,
ap2-tf 15 Rowley's wharf.
I'T'XTRA FLOUR.—TUX) HHLSTK EN
\a TI'CKY EXTRA FLOUR, one brand, just teceived
and for sale by DUYALL k IOI.EHART,
128 Light Street Wharf,
my 15 tf Corner of Conway.
I ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE.
J 25 Boxes Choice English Dairy Cheese, small size,
for family use, for sale by
GEO. SLATER,
myl-tf 10 Commerce street.
]j*XTRA FLOUR,
-4 Of Choice Brands, in store and for sale by
DUYALL k IGLEHART,
12S Light street Wharf,
ap24 tf Corner of Conway st.
T? X T It A F L O U R .
J J 1,000 Bids. EXTRA FLOUR, very choice quality
suitable for Bakers or Family use, for sale by
DUYALL k IGLEHART,
128 Light street Wharf,
apls-tf Corner of Conway st.
1 ENGLISH AND SCOT! -H ALES, LON-
Lj HON' AND DUBLIN BROWN STOUT, for sale in
quantities to suit purchasers.
P. TIERNAN k SON, Importers,
ap3 tf 12 N. Charles street.
CHAMPAGNE.
I have just received another invoice of CABINET
CHAMPAGNE, in half pints, suitable for invalids, Ac.
Red Lach, Gold Lach, Green Seal, in pints and quarts, for
sale wholesale and retail, by
GEO. HOLLINS,
jels-tf 14 North Charles Street.
lAIGS.
J_ 1,000 DRUMS. Landing and for sale hy
J. CROSBY & SON,
jes tf 15 Bowiy's Wharf.
Y I SH.
A. MACKEREL, HERRINGS,CODFISH, Ac., constantly
on hand and for sale at lowest market prices by
RICHARDSON A CO.,
mys-tf 07 Exchange Place.
1? LOURING.
141.000 feet Pcnsacola Flooring Boards landing and
for sale by JAS. CORNER A SONS.
ap22 tf
IF ANC V HI !A NDIES— ~ ~~
00 Bhls. WILD CHERRY BRANDY.
5a Bbls. STRAWBERRY BRANDY.
Prepared from the fruit, and warranted genuine.
For sale by DE CORMIS & ROGERS,
mr24-tf 4 Commerce street.
I AIRE ('R ACKERS.—SOU Boxes for sale
by J. CROSBY k SON, 15 Bowley's wharf. mlitf
Cl 1. H E.
TT 500 Bids, all qualities, for sale by R. J. BAKER,
myl7-tf 06 South Charles Street.
CVRAN D VIN IMPERIAL CHAM
T PAGNE.
100 Baskets Irroy k Co., of the above celebrated brand,
in quarts and pints, just received and for sale by
J. B CHARRON A CO., Ag'ts,
132 and 134 West Lombard street,
mvIO tf 2 doors cast of Hanover.
G GOLDEN CLUSTER, CHAMPAGNE.
I" 100 Baskets quarts and pints just received ami for
sale by J. B. CHARRON A CO., Ag'ts,
132 and 134 West Lombard street,
mylO-tf 2 doors east of Hanover.
UNNY BAGS.—Constantly on hand and
r for sale a lowest market rates by
RICHARDSON fc CO.,
mrl-tf 67 Exchange Place.
C" I REEN SEAL CHAMPAGNE.
I" In store a fresh invoice of Messrs. Moet & Chandon's
celebrated GREEN SEAL CHAMPAGNE.
P. TIERNAN & SON,
aplO-tf Moet k Chandon's Agents in Baltimore.
G A OLDEN SYRUP.
T 50 Bbls Superior GOLDEN SYRUP.
D. J. FOLEY k BRO.,
aplO-tf 6° Sooth street.
HAVANA FSEGALLS,
200.000 assorted most FAVORITE BRANDS, just
landed, ex Brig Black Fish. For sale in lots to suit
purchasers, by J. R. CHARRON k CO., Agents.
132 anil 134 West Lombard Street,
myl7-tf 2 doors east of Hanover Street.
XTERRINGS.
-i-I- 1000 BBLS. AND 59 HALF BBLS., landing from
schooner Sultan, from Halifax, and for sale by •
je2-tf HALL & LONEY.
PTRRLP^F.
HERRINGS" AN D" A LEWI VES.—7OO
bbls. and boxes, for sale by
RICHARDSON' k CO.,
jel2-tf G7 Exchange Place.
HE R 11 IN <;.
500 short and full Bbls. Susquehanna and North
Carolina Herring, landing and inspecting this day. For
sale by W. D. SHURTZ & CO.,
my3-tf No. 11 Commerce street.
HERRING.
550 BBLS. NEW HALIFAX HERRING, landing
tii day and for sale by
je2-tf JAS. CORNER k SONS.
HAVANA CIGARS.
10,000 El Orbeo Admira Regalias.
10,000 Medianoz Maria Luisa.
10.000 Londres Madera.
10,000 Plantation Tulipas.
Just landed per Brig Star Light, and for sale by
J. B. CHARRON k CO., AG'TS,
132 and 134 West Lombard street,
apl2-tf f A ] 2 doors east of Hanover.
HA M S.
Bulk and Smoked Hams. Also Bagged Hams.
For sale by JOSEPH CARSON fc CO.,
myl-tf Light street.
HAVANA SEGARS.
49,200 Havana Segars in bond, for sale by
LAMBERT GITTINGS.
ap24-tf [R] 58 Buchanan's Wharf.
HERRING AND ALEWIVES— 2oo bbls.
in store and for sale by HALL k LONEY, 56 Buch
anan's wharf. fe22-tf.
HA It DW A R E.— Manufacturers'
Agents for the sale of all kinds of AMERICAN and
FOREIGN HARDWARE. HISS k COLE,
fe22-tf. 27 k 29 South Charles street.
HERRI N~GS^
LABRADOR, EASTPORT, &c., in pickle and dry
salt. For sale by
rnylO tf RICHARDSON k CO.
H A M S=~"
20 Tierces choice FAMILY HAMS, for sale by
GRANT k BRO.,
uurSl tf 01 Exchange Place.
HAVANA CIGARS.
In store, ex "Star Light," an invoice of Londres and
Regalia CIGARS.
P. TIERNAN k SON, Importers,
aplO-tf 12 North Charles street.
TNDIGO.
i 80 CASES MANILLA.
20 " MADRAS.
For sale at importer's prices,
WM. H. CRAWFORD k CO.,
J''- 0 ' H No. 62 South Street.
ITALIAN MACCARONI.
50 BOXES CURLED, for sale by
SCHWARTZ & DIX,
my 27 tf 117 Lombard Street.
IN D I G O.
30 Ceroons Carracas, just received and for sale by
K. .1. BAKER,
ap2l tf 36 South Charles st.
T volt Y <"ABJNET "<' 11A MPAGN K.
A 100 Baskets BOITZY GRAND MOUSSEAUX, quarts
and pints, just received and for sale in lots to suit pur
chasers by J. IS. CHARRON k CO., Ag'ts,
132 and 134 West Lombard street,
mylO-tf 2 doors east of Hanover.
KENTUCKY' TOBACCO.—R,N IIHDS.
KENTUCKY TOBACCO, suitable for shippers and
manufacturers, inspected and for sale by
DUVALL k IGLEHART,
128 Light Street Wharf,
m.vls-tf Corner of Conway.
LEMONS.
4UO BOXES PALERMO, November cut.
300 " MESSINA, in prime order, just landed.
For sale by J. CROSBY k SON.
j''3 tf U Bowly's Wharf.
LA T H s._ '
800,000 to arrive, per "Mary Farrow," from St. John,
N. B. For sale liy RICHARDSON & CO.,
niy2i -tf 67 Exchange Place.
LARD,
IN BBLS. AND KEGS. For sale hy
SMITH k NICODEMUS,
my22-tf 381 Baltimore Street.
LONE STAR "SUN CURED" TO
BACCO, in half boxes, for sale by
COURTNEY H CUSHING,
m .v7 tf 65 South Gay street.
LAGUAYKA (OFFEE."
400 Bag 3 Choice White Laguayra Coffee for sale by
GEO. SLATER,
LUMBER AND STAVES.—
5.000 feet POPLAR, 4.000 feet HICKORY, 5,000 feet
OAK PLANK, assorted thickness, ami 4,000 WHITE OAK
PIPE STAVES, all of prime quality.
Apply to G. A. WILLIAMS,
mr2s tf Camden Station.
MESS PORK.— lUU bbls. heavy Mess Pork,
for sale by
jcl.vtf JOSEPH CARSON & CO.
MISSOURI HEM P.—57 bales received
from St. Louis. For sale by
lIUGH JENKINS & CO.,
_jell-lw Second Street.
MALT LIQUORS.
YOUNGEH'S SUPERIOR SCOTCH ALE, in glass
and jugs.
I HUBERT'S BROWN STOUT AND LONDON PORTER
in prime order, and for sale by
J. B. CHARRON k CO., Agents,
132 and 134 West Lombard Street,
ji Otf A. O.COB. B.WKC Near Hanover Street.
MARBLE DUST—I mi bbls., for sale by
It. J. BAKER,
_ je!4 10t 36 South Charles street.
MA T T I N <;.
50 I tolls 6 4 HIIITECnrVA MATTING, for sale by
P. L. BRAUNS & CO.,
Bj>l2 tf Corner Lombard street and Cheapeide.
MANUFAC STURED TOBA< < <).
T. J. Martin's celebrated "Flue Cured" Tobacco—a
few packages in store and for sale by
COURTNEY & CUSIIING,
my7-tf 65 South Gay street.
MAN LJ FACTURED TOBA('( '()!
Conway's & Co.'s celebrated "Marigold," Half lb.
".Planter's Daughter," "Arizona," and "G. 11. Lawrence"
half II)., for sale by COURTXKY ic CUSIIING,
my 7 tf 65 South Gay street.
MUSCOVADO SUGARS.
250 Hhds. Cuba Muscovado Sugar, favorite Brands,
cargo Bark "Louisa," for sale by
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
a|24-tf [ RT 58 Buahanan's Wharf.
MACKEREL AND ALEWIV ES.
300 Bbls. Nos. 2 ami 3 Mackerel.
1(MI Bbls. No. 1 Alewives.
Just received and for sale bv
W. I). SHURTZ k CO.,
a p24 tf No. 11 Commerce street.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Peyton Gravely, Thomas Keen and B. F. Gravely's
Choice Brands of Tobacco in store and for sale by
DUVALL k IGLEHART,
128 Light street Wharf,
ap24-tf Corner of Conway st.
MERCER POTATOES.
500 Bushel Choice White MerccrPotatoes, received
and for sale by DUVALL k IGLEHART,
•128 Light street Wharf,
np24 tf Corner of Conway st.
JYJACKEREL, HERRING, CHEESE,
1,500 Bbls. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 MACKEREL.
1,000 Hlf. Bbls. " "
500 Qr. Bbls and Kitts, "
1,000 Bbls. Best No. 1 PICKLED nERRING.
500 Boxes Best EASTERN CHEESE.
50 Boxes PINE APPLE "
50 Drums CODFISH.
50 Drums HAKEFISH.
In store and to arrive for sale by
W. I). SHURTZ k CO.,
apl2-tf No. 11 Commerce street.
jVTEW CHEESE AND ALEWIVES,
-Ll 250 BOXES PRIME NEW CHEESE.
100 BBLS. NEW ST. JOHN'S ALEWIVES.
Just receiving and for sale bv
W. D. SIIURTZ k CO.,
my26-tf No. 11 Commerce Street,
NEW SHAD AND HERRING
Receiving daily, and for sale at lowest market rates
by W. D. SHURTZ k CO.,
ap27-tf Xo. 11 Commerce street.
"VTEW CtiKESE! NEW CHEESE!!
1 1 Just received also, 300 Boxes Prime Old Cheese, for
sale by W. D. SHURTZ k CO.,
&p24 tf No. 11 Commerce street.
OIL VITRIOL—I ,<KM( carboys, for sale by
R. J. BAKER,
j-14 lot 36 South Charles street.
OLD RYE and BOURBON WHISKEY
in store and receiving lv
DUVALL k IGLEHART,
128 Light street Wharf,
aplo tf Corner <-f Conway st.
PRIME PORK,—SII bbls. for sale by
jels tf JOSEPH CARSON k CO.
PORT AND SHERRY WINKS of choice
qualities, of direct importation, in wood and glass,
for sale by GEO. L. HARRISON,
jelO tf 6 O'Donnell's Wharf.
PORT AND CLARET~W I NES.
S E G A R S , k c .
Large stocks always in and out of Boud. FINE VIR
GINIA APPLE BRANDY.
WM. GRANGE k CO.,
JcS-tf 3 Exchange Place.
PE PPERAND PIM ENTO.
350 BAGS IN BOND AND DUTY PAID.
400 " PEPPER.
For sale by W. 11. CRAWFORD k CO.,
jeS-tf _ 02 Soiitli Street.
PRESERVED LOBSTER.
50 DOZEN CANS PRESERVED LOBSTER, for
sale by
je2 tf J AS. CORNER k SONS.
PORT AND SHERRY.
VERY CHOICE OLD PORT AND SHERRY WINES.
ImiHirted direct and for sale bv
CEO. L. HARRISON,
my3l-tf 6 O'Donnell's Wharf.
PRESERVED GINGEIL ~
200 Cases for sale by SCHWARTZ k DIX,
my7-tf 117 Lombard street.
PIG S' TONGUE S."
30 Half Bbls. Sugar Cured Pigs' Tongues received
this day, and for sale by*
DUVALL k IGLEHART,
my6-tf 128 Light street Wharf.
PORT AND SHERRY WINES.—Very
superior PORT WINE, bottled in Oporto, and superior
Amontillado SHERRY, in wood, of direct importation, and
for sale by GEO. L.HARRISON,
mrl2 dtf 6O'Donnell's wharf.
PRESERVED GINGER.
150 CASES, for sale by
SCHWARTZ k DIX,
my27-tf 117 Lombard Street.
PE ATrH^ITRTFrD Y.
5 Bbls. very fine OLD PEACH BRANDY for sale by
JXO. F. PICKRELL k CO.,
aplC tf No. 40 W. Lombard st.
PI G IRo N
Soft Anthracite No. 1 IRON, warranted as soft as
Scotch IRON. For sale by
STEPHEN S. LEE,
apß-tf 50 South Gay street.
PUMICE STf O N ET-M casks Pumice
Stone for sale by F. L. BRAUNS k CO. 4
f22 tf No. 11 Cheapside, cor. of Lombard st.
ROBIN.
600 BBLS. SHIPPING ROSIN, for sale bv
je2 tf JAS. CORNER k SONS.
RE D OIL,
100 Obis. RED OIL, in bright new barrels. For
sale by PUVALL & IGLEHART,
128 Light street Wharf,
ap!s-tf Corner of Conway st.
50 TIERCES PRIME RICE, for sale by
GEO. L. HARRISON,
my3l 6t f O'Donnell's Wharf.
RE I) LA CI I (MAMPAGNE~
I have received an invoice of this celebrated Cham
pagne, which I offer for sale wholesale and retail.
GEO. HOLLINS, Sole Importer,
my!2-tf 14 N. Charles street.
RO "SIN.
600 Bbls. Nos. 1 and 2 Soap Rosin for sale bv
_ap22-tf JAS. CORNER & SONS
Ry E.
300 Bushels Prime Penna. Rye for sale by
GRANT k BRO.,
myll-tf 61 Exchange Place.
RICE CONSTANTLY FOR "SALE BY
C JOHN F. PICKRELL k CO.
fe'23-tf. 40 West Lomiiard Street.
L? ICE.
Jl 50Tierces Rice, for sale bv
m.vltf JAS. CORNER k SONS.
RED CHAMPAGNE IMPERIAL.
50 Baskets very superior quality just received and
for sale by J. B. CHARRON & CO, Ag'ts,
132 and 134 West Lombard street,
mylO-tf 2 doors east of Hanover
RO S I N.
750 Bbls Shipping Rosin, afloat, for sale by
ap22-tf JAS. CORNER & SONS.
SICILY SUMAC—DUO I lilts Florio Lead
brand, for sale by R.J.BAKER,
jcl4-10t 36 South Charles street.
CARACAS INDIGO—IOO ceroons superior,
for sale by R. J. BAKER,
jel4-10t 36 South Charles street.
QHERRY WINES—From Messrs. Vinda
de X Harmony k Co., Cadiz, consisting of their TA
BLE WINE, TOPAZ, OLOKOSA, PAGAItETTA, &c., for
sale from store and bonded warehouse.
P. TEIRNAN k SON,
. Importers,
12 North Charles street.
SI D E S.
25,000 lbs. loose BACON SIDES, for sale by
jes-tf JOSEPH CARSON k CO
CTARCH.
O 1.000 BOXES OF TnE CELEBRATED WEST
PHILADELPHIA BRAND. For sale bv sole Agents,
WM. H. CRAWFORD & CO.,
Jc3tf No. 62 Soutli Street.
QAI.AI) OIL.
O 500 BASKETS BORDEAUX AND MARSEILLES,
in pints and quarts, in store and to arrive—for sale by
. „ J. CROSBY k SON,
QCYTHES.
CJ 500 DOZEN "DARLING'S" AND "WALDRON'S'
Stamp American Corn and Grass Scythes.
Also, SCYTHE SHEATHS, SCYTHE STONES, and
SCYTHE SHARPENERS.
For sale at factory rates by HISS k COLE,
jel tf 27 and 29 South Charles Street
SHAD AND HERRING.
Just received, a splendid lot of No. 1 Shad and
Herring, for sale at lowest rates, by
W. D. SHURTZ k CO.,
my'JO-tf No. 11 Commerce Street
QWEET OIL.
200 BASKETS MARSEILLES, quarts and pints.
Just received and for sale by
SCHWARTZ k DIX,
m.v 27 tf 117 Lombard Street.
CHAD AND HER KINGS,
O N. C. SHOUT AND FULL BRANDS,
For sale by RICHARDSON k CO.,
my26-tf 07 Exchange Place.
VJIDIvS AiNI) SHOULDERS.
200 Hlids. Western and Citv Smoked.
For sale by JOSEPH CARSON k CO.,
myl-tf Light street.
U II A I).
Id Just received 200 Bbls. Superior Shad, for sale by
W. D. SHURTZ k CO.,
ap3o tf No. 11 Commerce street.
SUNDRIES. "
SUGAR CURED DRIED BEEF.
FAMILY MESS BEEF.
SUGAR CURED, Canvassed and Plain, HAMS.
ADAMANTINE AND SOLAR SPERM CANDLES.
CHEMICAL, OLIVE, CASTILE AND TOILET SOArS.
In store and for sale by DUVALL k IGLEHART,
128 Light street Wliarf,
_ ap24 tf Corner of Conway st.
CUGAK GUkED~DRIED BEEF.
O 30 Bbls. SUGAR CURED DRIED BEEF received
and for sale by DUVALL k IGLEHART,
128 Light street Wharf,
api 5-tf Corner of Conway st.
UU PERIO R RYE AND WHEAT
kd WHISKEYS.
200 Bbls. Choice Old RYE WHISKEYS.
10 very Superior Old WHEAT WHISKEYS.
50 very old BOURBON WHISKEYS.
200 Demijohns very Choice OLD WHISKEYS.
In store and lor sale by
J. li CHARRON k CO., AO'TS,
132 and 134 West Lombard street,
apl2-tf IA ] 2 doors east of Hanover.
VJPARKLIJSG H(H'R AND MOSELLE
O WINES,
Of the celebrated House of M. MULLER, of Eltville, on
the Rhine.
Sparkling MOSELLE, in pint 3 and quarts.
Sparkling HOCK. 44 44
Nonpareil Sparkling Hock, " 44
In store, and for sale by
J. B. CHARRON k CO., AO'TS,
132 and 134 West Lombard street,
ap!2-tf [A] 2 doors east ;f Hanover.
UA FES! SAFES!! SA FES!!!—
ky.Vn excellent assortment of PATENT SALAMANDER
SAFES, from the justly celebrated manufactory of Evans
O '!!?""• constantly on liand, for sale at the Scale and
se ' Lewis ' Building, No. 41 S. CHARLES
, ~ T' J - A - WESTON & CO.,
fc22 tf Agent for the Manufacturers.
SHIPPING TOBACCO—3ObuttsT. L. <>,-
ton'g 12s lump; 20 butts J. Mason, 12s lump; 25 butts
Jas, Hite, 12s lump; 56 butts Wm. Walker, 18s lump—just
received in store and sale by COURTNEY &CUSIIING,6S
S Gay street. nirti-tf
SHIPPING TOBACCO—
A fine assortment of Shipping 10's, 12's, 18's and
20's, constat.-ly on band, and for sale by
WARWICK, FRICK k BALL,
mr24-tf 60 South street.
QALT.—2O,OOO Bushels Trapani >S;ili in
KJ store and for sale by F. L. BRAUXS, k CO.,
fe22 tf X'o. 11 Cheapside,cor. Lombard st.
CH NA PPS
10 Cases SCHNAPPS, a very fine article, just re
ceived. For sale by PENDKRGAST BROS.
a I" 77 Smith's Wharf, up stairs.
SHIPPING l-V.ll'ST RE( El VEDAND
O for sale by WARWICK, FRICK & BAIX,
mr-l tf t.n South street.
SHIPPING Ill's and 18's, just received,
and for sale by
ARMISTEAD, RICGS k CO.,
mrUJtf 57 Exchange Plane.
<JHAI) AM) HERRING.
-Inst received 1.000 Ilbls. North Carolina Shad and
Herring, full and short Bbls.
W. I). SHURTZ k CO.,
_ m yl2 tf No. 11 Commerce street.
CHERRY WINES.—
O Harmony k Co.'s and Triarke's celebrated SHER
RIES, for sale from store and bonded warehouse.
I*. TIERNAN & SON, Importers,
aiß tf 12N. Charles street.
SHERRY WINE
Very choice AMONTILLADO SHERRY, in quarter
casks. Direct importation, anil for sale by
GEO. L. HARRISON,
mr.lO-tf. 6 O'Donnell's Wharf.
X 300 BBLS. IN GOOD ORDER, for sale by
je2-tf J AS. CORNER k SONS.
T MIRKS ISLAND SALT.—SOCMPBUSHDS
for sale from store by HALL k LONEY,
fe22 tf. 55 BUCHANAN'S WIIARP.
TCTESTERN PRODUCE.
20 HHDS. WESTERN SMOKED SIDES.
10 DO. DO. DO. CLEAR SIDES.
42 DO. DO. DO. SHOULDERS.
25 TIERCES DO. DO. HAMS, plain.
15 1)0. N. W. THOMAS k CO.'S SUPERIOR
SUGAR CURED FAMILY HAMS
25 CASES "LEWIS M.NORTON'S SUPERIOR PINE
APPLE CHEESE.
20 BBLS. BOURBON WHISKEY, warranted
100 DO. OLD RYE WHISKEY.
300 DO. RAW WHISKEY.
For sale by B. T. ELDER,
No. 120 South Entaw Street,
J p!) M __ Opposite B. (> Jt, K. Depot
WI 1 IS KE Y ! WHI SK KY ! WHISKE Y !
We call the attention of dealers and rectifiers to
our large and varied assortment of OLB BOURBON and
R\ E \N HISKIKS, now in store and daily receiving from
distillers, which we now offer at reduced prices.
DUVALL k IGLEHART,
128 Light Street Wharf,
mylo-tf Corner of Conway.
WHITE HERMITAGE WINE.
25 Cases very superior quality, vintage 1846, just
received and for sab' by
J. B. CHARRON k CO., AU'TS,
132 ami 134 West Lombard st..
apio tf 2doors eaat of Hanover.
"11/OOD'S OH IO PEA 111. STARCH.
v ▼ Having been appointed Agents, we will keep con
stantly on hand a full supply of this celebrated STARCH.
We resjiectfully 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 A: BROTHER,
fe22 tf 61 Exchange Place.
| HX HHDS. WESTERN SMKD. SIDES.
I'J 12 " " " SHOULDERS.
15 TIERCES WESTERN SMOKED HAMS.
10 " THOMAS k CO.'S FAMILY HAMS.
20 KEGS WESTERN PACKED BUTTER.
B. T. ELDER,
Commission Merchant,
No. 120 South Eutuw Street,
my26-tf _ Opposite B. &OR. R. Depot.
XA KEGS 15IIIDGETON 3 D. NAILS
In store and for sale at Manufacturer's prices bv
STEPHEN S. LEE,
apl7-tf. 50 S. Gay street
OA BAIIRELS CHOICE OLD RYE
UU WHISKEY. 40 Qr. Casks MADEIRA, SHERRY
and PORT WINES, part medium quality. BRANDIES
GIN, RUM, kc.
For sale by GEO. SLATER,
jelO-tf 10 Commerce street.
Hlils. VIRGINIA RYE WHISKEY—
In store, and for sale by
DE CORMIS k ROGERS,
mr 24 tf 4 Commerce street.
HK BBLS. NO. 1 BEEF. IN STORK
# V and for sale by C. A & T. H. HALL,
ap!7-tf 4 Camden street.
inn BBLS, POTATOES.
lOU 20 Bbls. GREEN APPLES.
Just received and for sale by
B. T. ELDER, COMMISSION MERCHANT,
, , No. 120 South Kutaw Street.
P i. Opposite B. & O. it. it. Depot
100 TONS SCOTCH PIG IRON TO
J- \J arrive next week, and for sale by
. „ ~ STEPHEN S. LEE,
1 50 South Gav street.
Ino BAGS WALNUTS, KiLHEKTS
A v/vr ANI) ALMONDS, balance of Brig Clarence's
cargo, for sale by
J. CROSBY k SON,
_ap2 tf is llowley's wharf.
1 AO TCS - MCKEEHAN & EVAN'S
AOO and Gardner I'hipps k Co.'s celebrated Cincin
nati Sugar Cured HAMS, for sale by
SMITH k NICODEMUS,
iy!3-tf 381 Baltimore street.
stertjran%.
1 HHDS. BACON SIDES AND
SHOULDERS—a prime article—for sale lv
SMITH k NICODEMUS
myl3-tf 881 Baltimore street
ISULS.CRUSHED,PULVERISED
,-C\r\J AND CLARIFIED SUGARS.
50 Bbls. BALTIMORE A BOSTON' REFINED SYRUPS
For sale by GEO. SLATER,
apl2-tf 10 Commerce street
900 Hl,!s - ODD MONON (I A 11 EL A
~DO RYE WHlSKEY—extra fine, and highly im
proved by age.
For sale by PE COKMIS k ROGERS,
mr 24 tf 4 Commerce street.
OKAHHDS. CHOICE MUSCOVADO
MOLASSES.
300 Bbls Choice NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES.
For sate by GEO. SLATER,
ap!2-tf lo Commerce street.
QFIN LILSL ' S - SUPER AND EXTRA
tJV /\ / OHIO FLOUR.
200 Bids. High Proof OHIO WHISKEY.
50 Bbls. OLD RYE WHISKEY.
50 Bills. OLD BOURBON WHISKEY.
For sale by
B. T. ELDER, Commission Merchant,
No. 120 South Eutaw Street.
mv " " Opposite B. k<> It. K. I•].t.
QIO Bbls. SUPERIOR OHIO EXTRA
' J lAj FLOUR.
250 Bbls. OHIO HIGH PROOF WHISKEY
50 Tes. CHOICE HAMS.
Just received and fur sale by
B. T. ELDER, Commission Merchant,
No. 120 South Eutaw Street,
op"-" Opposite B. AO. R i; Depot.
ztOO BA<;S Rl<) < OKKEE PART
/STRICTLY PRIME
400 BAGS CHOICE WHITE I.AGUAYRA COFFEE
For sale by GEORGE SLATER,
m >'4-tf 10 Commerce street.
AOO FRAILS DATES.
100 Bags PALM NUTS.
70 Bags WALNUTS.
30 Bags ALMONDS.
50 Cases Fresh PRESERVED GINGER.
For sale by J. CROSBY & SON.
ap22tr 15 Bowly's Wharf.
*OO "BUS. EXTRA FLOUR— Choice
'jyjyj Brand—rtceived and for sale by
DUVALL A IGLEIIART,
myfi tf Light street Wharf.
APXABOXES CHOICE CUTTING
UvU CHEESE.
1,200 Boxes English Dairy CHEESE
200 14 Pine Apple 44
1,000 44 u Kingsford M Oswego Starch.
200 bbls. Clarified Cider Vinegar.
DAVID T. BUZBY,
aps-flm. 6 Exchange Place.
*OO BBLS * OHIO SUPER & EXTRA
FLOUR, just received and for sale by
B. T. ELDER, Commission Merchant,
No. 120 South Eutaw Street,
ap23 tf Opposite B. k O R. R. Depot.
OAA BBLS. OLD BOURBON AND
Ov/vy RYE WHISKEY, from one to three years old,
some very superior, for sale low to close consignments'
by DUVALL A: IGLEHART,
128 Light Street Wharf,
myls-tf Corner of Conway.
1 OHO A ' small sizes, suitable lor
JL WV/V7 Shipping. For sale by
SMITH k NTCODEMUS,
my 22 tf 381 Baltimore Street.
/IN NNN LR;S - HULK MEAT.
171/1/ SHOULDERS, SIDES AND HAMS,
in store, and for sale by
C. A. k T. IT. HALL,
apl7 tf 4 Camden street.
47 OHO CYPRESS STAVES;
Mj I 'V IV / 25,000 HEART AND SAP SHINGLES,
just arrived and will l>e sold low if taken from the vessel.
AUBREY A CO.,
join-fit* 01 Exchange Place.
Shipping.
FOR AMSTERD AAI —Tbe A I
Ship .!AXE HEXDEHSOX, Fuller Master,
have <|nick dispatch for the above jmrt.
For Freight or Passage apply to
F. 1.. BRA UN'S k CO.
jel4 tt % ('• r. Clieapsfdeand Lombard st.
m "FOR ('ADI/,.SPAIN.—The BaTk
V*"< 6k WENIIA *' Win. S. Wedge, master, to sail
a,)out H*th instant, can accommodate several
Apply to the Master, on board, Jackson's Wharf, Fell's
Point, or to
jg!s-7fc J AS. CORK EE k SONS.
"2g£Sk FO RHAV AN A .—WITH
PROMPT DISPATCH —Tlie Bark LOUISA,
Capt. Masson, with fine cabin accomuioda
tions, will sail about the 3d proximo.
For freight or passage apply to
LAMBERT GJTTINGS,
ap26-tf 58 Bachaean's Wharf.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO—(X)LE
MAN'S LINE—CLIPPER OF SATURDAY,
-June 19—The superb A 1 clipper ship "Asa
Eld ridge," Col man, commander, is now receiving her
cargo at New York, and will have prompt despatch. For
freight apply to
PENDERGAST BROS.,
jea t22 77 Smith's Wharf, up stairs.
FT )U K R E IGHT Oil CH A RT E R
The A 1 coppered elipjier brig TALLULAII,
n , k Plummer, master, burthen 2,550
barrels. Apply to
PE X D ERCJAST BROTHERS,
Jaß tf 77 Smith's Wharf.
FOR CHARTER,—A low charter
will he accepted for the brig T II O M A S
A C HO 11 X , Capt. Hastings, to Sagua la
Grande, out only, if immediate application be made to
my 17 tf F. W. BRUNE .V: SOXS.
VESSELS WANTED FOR
HAVANA.
The undersigned are constantly in want
of vessels to load to and from Havana and Mantan/as.
MORRELL k RANDALL,
fe2s-tf 5g Exchange Place.
F o IV B 6 S T O N .
TL ITT** s A T U R DAY,
June 19th, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
The well known favorite Side Wheel Steamship
JOS EP II WHI TN E V ,
SOI.OMOX HOWES, CommaniEß,
1000 tons, will leave her wharf, foot of Long Dock, for
Boston, punctually as above.
For passage, having excellent accommodations,
Apply to IIE XR Y I>. ME A US, A gent,
Office at Steamer's Wharf.
Fare $12.00, including meals and state-rooms.
jel4-6t
" FOR CHARLE S 'l' () N'.—
fr. --. v The well known and favorite steamship
ZSTOLOGEORGE'S CREEK,
15. Morlev, Commander,
will sail for the above port on SATURDAY June 19th,
at 3 o'clock, P. M.
Fare sls, including meals and state rooms. •
No bills of lading signed after tbe departure of the
steamer.
For freight or passage, having superior accommoda
tions, apply to
A. C. HALL, Ag't,
,ji-14-6t 116 Sjifnr's wharf.
-f BALTIMORE AN I) SA VAN
■V. T, ffTYVAH ST KA MS HI I* COMPANY
li-SSo!i FDR SAVANNAH.
1 In: line slt-umahip CITY OK NoUKOI.Iv, liilO tons regis
ter. Jf. H. Green, commander, having been put in thor
ough repair, will resume her regular trips to the almre
port, leaving her wharf at 3 o'clock P. 11., on SAT-
I RRAY, the 19th instant.
Passage, in fine state rooms, including meals, &c., 4:15.
For freight or passage, apply to
T. 11. liF.LT, Jr., Agent,
vr T, ... ... Union I>oek.
—* e City of Norfolk will be ready to receive
freight on "Wednesday evening. 10th inst. ' jel6 4t
I CHOM WELL'S GREAT
! T1 EASTERN, WESTERN ANDSOUTHERN
Bc4W!Ha,STKAMSI[IP, FREIGHT AND PASSEN
GER LINE.
The TEN STEAMERS of this Line are now in first rate
order, and the Agent announces to the business commu
nity that a Steamer will leave 116 Spear's Wharf. Haiti
more, and Pier Thirteen, North River, New York, EVE
RY A FTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
Insurance may be effected on goods by the Cromwell's
Steamers to or from New York on -open 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 anv payable to them) with the most responsible Compa
nies. whose certificate will be given when required,
a !!?,'-A. the llbove steamers will leave Baltimore EVERY
SATI RDAY afternoon, at 3 o'clock, for Charleston, S. C.
ror freight or passage, having superior accommodations
apply to A. C. HALL, Agent,
116 Spear's Wharf, liaito.
A. B. CROMWELL, ft CO..
cor. Washington ft Albany sts., N Y,
JOHN W. CALDWELL, Agent,
fe24 tf. Charleston, ,S. C.
THE GLASGOW AND \. Y.
<-■ "R"STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
NDGSTSUAIFEILI SPLENDID A. POWERFCI. STEAMERS
Commander*.
EDINBT RGH, 2.fi00 tons Wm. Cumming,
NEW YORK, -2,lst) " Rnbt. Craig,
GLASGOW, 1,96*2 u John Duncan.
Are appointed to sail
FROM GLASGOW,
GLASGOW, 12 March,
NEW YORK, 14 April,
EDINBURGH, 28 April.
FROM NEW YORK,
GLASGOW, 14th April,
NEW YORK, sth May.
EDINBURGH, 19th Mav.
It A TPS Of PA .S'.S A OB :
FROM GLASGOW.
First class 15 guineas
Steerage, found with cooked provisions.... 8 "
FROM NEW YORK,
First class, ,-5
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
Steerage passengers forwarded to Liverpool, Dublin, and
Belfast for $30.00.
First class
Third class 60.
An exiierienced Surgeon to each steamer.
For passage apply to WORKMAN ft Co.
123 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
HAI.L ft LI IN EY,
56 Buchanan's Wliarf, Baltimore.
ROBERT CRAHJ,
fe22 if. 17 Broadway, New York.
Q P. &J. 11. WYLJE.
O . N E W YO R K
FANCY DYEING ft CLEANSING ESTABLISHMENT,
OFFICE, 142 LEXINGTON STREET, BALT.,
(Between Park and Howard,)
OR THE RECEPTION AND DELIVERY OF GOODS.
SILKS AND WORSTED DAMASK
AND MOREEN CURTAINS,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments, Straw Bonnets, Lin
ens. Cottons, kc., Dved and Finished in the best manner.
SILKS AXI) SILK DRESSES WATERED,
Particular attention paid toall CANTON FABRICS, viz:
Heavy Embroidered Crape Shawls Cleansed and Bleached
a pure White; also dyed and Finished in Canton Style.
Heavv Satins Dyed and Original Texture Preserved.
CHINTZ, LACK, AND MUSLIN CURTAINS,
SHAWLS, TABLE COVERS, CARPETS, KUfiS, &c.,
Cleansed and re finished. Goods restored, if ]K>ssille, to
original state.
Kino LOVES CLEANSED IN THE NEATEST MANNER.
We pride ourselves upon the colors ami styles of work
we produce, and the imjiossihilty of a competition in this
resject; and while promptness will always lie exercised
our prices will be as low as is often paid for inferior work
mr2-'5 .'Jin,
STOUAGP: AND WHARFAGE—
AT PATAPSCO WAREHOUSES
Storage on ground floor for 5,000 tons Guano, and 2,000
Hhds. Sugar, and Wharfage for Ships of 24 feet draught.
Apply to GEOBGE A. WILLIAMS,
mr 24 eotf No. 31 Exchange Building.
SAIL SOABS.
WEST AND SOUTH
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
IMPROVED SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER TRAYFT
THREE THROUGH TRAINS DAILY between Baltimore
and all portions of the West, Southwest and Northwest.
First—The Baltimore and Cincinnati Express Mail starts
(Sundays excepted) at 0 A. M., arrives at Wheeling at
12.20 P. M., connecting at Ben wood for Columbus. Cin
einnati and intermediate points, reaching Cincinnati at
Second—The Cincinnati and St. Louis Express leaves
(including Sundays) at 5.05, P. M., connecting ;i t
ft.3o, A.M., with Express train for Cincinnati, reaching
there at 8, P. M., next day,and connecting directly with
Express train for Louisville, Cairo St. Louis, Kansas, etc.
Third—-The Cincinnati, Dayton, Indianapolis, Cairo, St.
Louis, Chicago and North-western Express leaves, (except
Saturday,) at 10, J'. M., arriving in Wheeling at 5.50, P.
M., and making connection for all points beyond the Ohio
river.
To view the grand mountain scenerv on the road in
<laylight take the 6 A. M. or 10 P. M.train.
*°f \ "rkersburg and all Stations on the Northwestern
\ lrginia Road take the 10 P. M. train. For points on
Marietta Railroad take the 10 P. M. train for Parkersburg.
FOR WAV PASSENGERS,
r \ °\* P° ntS IH -* twee n Baltimore and Piedmont take the
\VV *. p 1 ! 1 - r "'I points between Piedmont and
Wheeling take the 10 P. M. train. The 5.05 P. M. Express
wi i only stop for wood, water and meals at the principal
irst.-class stations. The trains from the West arrive at
Baltimore at a.lO and 9.40 A. M., and 5.15 P. M.
11l K !• RED ERIC K TRAIN starts from Baltimore at 4.25
l\ M., and from Frederick at ft A. M.
e MILLS TRAIN leaves Baltimore at
; xV an • M ' aml Eiiicott's Mills at 7 A. M ,
and .5 P. M.
FOR WASHIXOTOX AXD THE SOUTH.
r Baltimore at 4.20,6.45 and 0.15 A. M.. and 3.30 and
5.20 I .M. On Sunday at 4.20 A. M.,on!y. Leave Washing
ton for Baltimore at 5.15 and 7.15 A. M., and 3 30 4 10 and
6.30 P.M. On Sundays at 3.30 P. M., only. The first and
fifth from Baltimore and the first and thiru from Washington
will he Express Trains, stopping only at Washington Junc'n
for the Western connection and at the Annapolis Junction.
The 6.45 and 5.20 from Baltimore, and the 7.15 and 4 10 from
Washington connect with the Annapolis trains. The sec
ond trains from Baltimore and Washington connect at
Laurel with Sandy Spring and Hrookville stages.
For tickets of every kind, information, Ac., apply to
J. T. ENGLAND, Agent, or at the Ticket Office, Camden
station. W. P. SMITH.
Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. jell tf
I'HI f,AI) E LPFIIA,
CaMfSSSSfig AV I I, MING TO N A N D
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
SUMMER ARRAXCEMEXT
On and after MONDAY, May 10. Passenger trains for
Philadelphia will leave PRESIDENT STREET DEPOT
DAILY (except Sundays) as follows :
EXPRESS TRAIN at 7.30 o'clock A. M., WAY MAIL
at 10.15 A. M ; EVENING MAIL at 5.40 P. M.
UN SUNDA\ S at 6.40 P. M. only. All trains connect
with New York Trains except 5.40 I'. M.,on Saturdavs
From PHILADELPHIA to BALTIMORE at 8 A M
and 11 I'. M. ' '
From HAVRE IE GRACE and intermediate places at
C o'clock I'. M.
FOR SEAFORD, DELAWARE.
Passengers leaving Baltimore at 10.16 A. M., connect
at Wilmington with 6 I'. M. train, and 5.40 P. M. from
Baltimore with 9.25 A. M. train.
NOTICE—AII colored persons, whether bond or free, will
be required to bring some res/Mmsible white person, per
sonally known to tbe undersigned, who will be willing to
sign a bond to tbe Company, before tliey will be taken
over any |iortion of the road.
m.v29-tf WM. CRAWFORD, Agent.
I7IU T() WESTERN TRAVELLERS
SxSi'±sa: SPRING AND SUMMER
ARRANGEMENTS,
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY,
On and after April 21st, 1858, TWO DAILY TRAIN'S
will leave Calvert station for
PITTSBURG, CHICAGO,
CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI,
ST. LOUIS, and all cities and towns in the sVest and
North and Southwest.
THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
Leaves Baltimore daily (Sunday excepted) at 8.15, A.
M. for Pittsburg, and all Western Towns and Cities.
THE ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
Leaves Baltimore daily (Sunday excepted) at 3, P. M.
for York.
THE NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN
Leaves Baltimore every night at 10, P. M., connecting
with the Lightning Express ower the Pennsylvania Rail
road for Pittsburg, arriving at 1, P. M.
The 8.15 A. M. and 10, P. M. trains connect closely at
Pittsburg with trains over the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne ami
Chicago Railroad and its Northern, Southern and Western
connections.
Passengers for Chicago, Rock Island, Burlington, lowa
City, Milwaukee, 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, ami all points on the Lower ami Upper 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
WILLIAMSPORT, NIAGARA FALLS,
ELM IRA, BUFFALO,
And cities and Towns in
WESTERN NEW 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, Eininetsburg,
Wrightsville, Columbia and Lancaster leave in the morn
ing train at 8.15, A. M.
Passengers leaving Washington atfi, A. M., connect with
the A. M. train, and those by the trains at 3, 4.20 and
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,
vert Station, corner of Calvert and Franklin streets, Balti
more. C. C. ADREON, Sup't.
J. H. WARNER, Ticket Agent. ap22 tf
steamboats.
FOR THE SOUTH.
d=rro=—L, DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, PHILA
DELPHIA and BALTIMORE, via the
" H A Y L /A'A',"
TO NORFOLK, WELDON, RALEIGH, WILMINGTON
CHARLESTON, AUGUSTA, ATLANTA. MONT
GOMERY, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
SPRINU AND SI'MMER ARRANGEMENT
DAILY, (except Sundays,) via
BAY LINE k SEA BOARD A: ROANoKE RAILROAD,
TO TIIK ABOVE MENTIONED PLACES.
The Schedule being so arranged that the traveler is sub
ject to NO NKIIIT TRAVEL on the Railroad from
NEW YORK To WILMINGTON, X. C.
THROUGH TICKETS
From New York to Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va., 850
Philada. to Wilmington, X. C., - - - 15 so
Weldon, X. C., 11 SO
Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va., 050
44 Baltimore to Wilmington, N. C., - - 13 00
Weldon, X. C., 9 IK)
Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va. 5 00
Passengers and their baggage conveyed free of
charge between the Depots on the Route.
Passengers by this Line enjoy a comfortable night's rest
on the Bay Steamers, and are privileged to lag over at
night at any point, and resume their trip by daylight.
ttST PARTICULAR NOTICE. Passengers from New
York and Philadelphia by this Line will have their bag
gage checked to Baltimore only; from whence it will Ik?
checked on the Bay Boats to* Weldon, N. C., and froin
thence to points as far South as Augusta, Ga.
For further information and Through Tickets, (which
are good by the Bay or Mail Line,) apply in NEW YORK
at the Company's Office, No. 229 Broadway, corner of Bar
clay st , above the As tor House; or at the New Jersey
Railroad Office, foot of Courtlaml street. In PHILADEL
PHI A at the Company's Office, N. W. corner of Sixth and
Chestnut streets; or at the Depot, Broad and Prime streets.
And in BALTIMORE at the office Baltimore Steam
Packet Company, foot of Union Dock, or on board the
Bay Steamer*.
The new and lieantiful Norfolk or Bay Line Steamers
LOUISIANA, of 1,120 tons burthen. And the Steamer
NORTH CAROLINA, 1000 tons burthen. Replete with
every comfort and convenience, having unsurpassed
stateroom and berth accommodations, are now running
on the Line. Leaving the Company's wharf, I'NIoN
DOCK, FOOT OF CONCORD STREET, Daily, Sundays
excepted,
tljr A T 5 O'CLOCK, P.
Or immediately after the arrival of the Exjrress Train,
which leaves New York at 8 A. M., and Philadelphia at
12* P M.
The following is the Schedule:
LEAVE LEAVE
New York, at 8 o'clock, A .M. Portsmouth at 7* o'elk.A M.
Philadelphia, 1 44 P.M. Weldon at 12 " M.
Baltimore 5 44 P.M. Wilmington at 9* 44 P.M.
For Augusta, Charleston and the South, via the Man
chester Railroad, or North East Railroad from Florence to
Charleston.
Passengers fr Richmond and Petersburg, or any other
points on the James River,connect with James River boats
early next morning after leaving Baltimore.
HJr Passengers for Eden ton, Plymouth, Newbern,
Washington, Weldon, Gohlboro', Warsaw, Raleigh and
Wilmington, X. C., will find it a most pleasant, direct
and agreeable route.
jelO-tf M. N. FALLS, President.
_r LALTIMnL'K A.N!) I'HILADKL
VIA CANAL.
For the transjiortation of Merchandise, Produce, Packa
ges. Horses, Carriages, Furniture and Goods of all sorts.
BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE.
FOR PHILADELPHIA,
One ot tne Company's steamboats leaves NO. 3 LTGHT
STREET \\ HARP, daily, at 4 o'clock, arriving in Phila
delphia at 5 o'clock the next morning, in ample time lor
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. SHRIVKU, AGT. No. 3 Light street Whf. Rait.
A. GROVES, JR., AGT., No. 19 Smith Wharves, Phil a.
_ fe22 tf.
_ -rip*- NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE
■ TT- TRANSPORTATION I.INE.
INLAND,
THROUGH THE DELAWARE AND RARITAN, AND
CUES A BRAKE AND DELAWARE CANALS,
For the conveyance of Merchandise, Produce, Packages
Horses, Carriages, Furniture and Goods of all sorts, at ver
low rates.
THROUGH BETWEEN NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE,
WJ TIIO U T TRA N SHIP MEN T,
IX 48 HOURS
FOR NEW YORK,
A steamboat loaves Baltimore EVERY AFTERNOONfrom
3 LIGHT STREET WHARF.
FROM NEW YORK,
A steamboat leaves in like manner for Baltimore DAILY,
except Saturday afternoon, from NORTH RIVER, between
Piers Nos. 3 ami 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
lic as a desirable medium for conveying every description
of freight.
J. A. STTRIVER, Agt.
No. 3 Light street Wharf, Bait.
W. DALZELL, Agt.
fe22 dtf. 42 West Street, North river, N. Y.
IRON BEDSTEADS. GARDEN VASES,
Ac. We are just in receipt of several different styles
of IRON BEDSTEADS, to which we call attention.
We have among them some very low priced, and partic
ularly adapted for servant's use.
We have also in store a variety of styles and sizes of
VASES, suitable for ornamental purposes, fountains, etc.
etc.
We also continue to keep the celebrated BLUE RTDGE
COOK STOVE, in four different sizes, which we offer at
prices corresponding with the times. It is a Baltimore
made stove, ami has had a greater sale in this market than
any Coal burning Cook Stove ever introduced here.
We have several different patterns of Cooking Ranges
for wood or coal, to which we also invite attention
COLLINS, HEATH & HUTCHINSON,
Maryland Stove and Plumbing Jlouse %
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OLD PAPERS FOR SALE
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE AT 25 CFNTS
PER HUNDRED, Apply at this Office. ap tf

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