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CUMMER UNDERSHIRTS AND 0 DRAWERS. AMOS I.OVEJOY k CO., NO. 195 BALTIMORE STREET, Second iloor below Messrs. Hamilton, Easter 4t Co. Have just received a large assortment of CENT'S SILK, GAUZE, MERINO, C )i TON AMI LISLE THREAD SHIRTS, REM s SIMMER MERINO DRAWERS GENT'S SII.K. COTTON'. MUSLIN, \ Vl> VK\ DRAWERS. LADIES SILK, M E 111 N" i) AND CI ITTO.V V ESTS, MIBSKS AN D HOYS' VESTS, all sizes. Larae assortment of HOSIERY, all sizes and qualities. DI MMER CLOVES. srSPENDICRS, CRAVATS, roil \Vs KNITTING COTTON, SPOOL COTTON, THREADS N EEDLES. PIN'S, TAPES, CARPET ' AND MAT BINDINGS, &0., Wool ps A i E and RETAIL, NO. 195 Baltimore street, be tween Light and Charles streets. jel4-tf 1 ADIES DRESS GOODS. NOW ox HAND SILKS, BAREGES, GRENADINES, ORGANDIES, LAWNS, LADIES SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS, IS EVERY POSSIBLE VARIETY AND STYLE, TO WHICH ADDITIONS ARE CONSTANTLY BEING MADE BY EVERY STEAMER. HAMILTON EASTER k CO., Nos. 199, 201 AND 203 BALTIMORE STREET. jc2-tfr JJOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS. HAMILTON EASTER & CO., NOS. 199, 201 AND 203 BALTIMORE STREET, HAVE NOW ON HAND A VERT LARGE STOCK OF LINEN GOODS, IN SHEETINGS, DAMASKS, T O W ELS, NAPKINS, SIURTING LINENS &0 ALSO, QUILTS, BLANKETS, LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS, CRUMB CLOTHS, SHADE LINEN, AND OOODS GENERALLY REQUIRED BY HOUSEKEEPERS. je2-tfr C 1 LOSING OUT "SALE, / J U X K IST, 1858. WRO TIT k FULLERTO.V, WILL COMMENCE THIS DAT TO CLOSE OUT THE REMAINDER OF TITEIR RICH STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER SILKS, BAREGES AND BAREGE ROBES, GRENADINES AND GRENADINE ROBES, ORGANDY LAWNS AND ORGANDY ROBES, LACE POINTS AND SILK YISITES, SPRING SHAWLS, AND OTHER DESIRABLE GOODS, AT UNHEARD OF LOW PR WE INVITE PARTICULARLY THE ATTENTION OP 0 R CUSTOMERS. jel-tf ,VO. 85 BALTIMORE STREET. §BOkS anD BOOKS AND STATIONERY. CUSIIIXGS k BAILEY, BOOKSELLKUS AND STATIONERS, 262 BALTIMORE STREET. Offer for sale at low prices the largest and mo9t complete assortment of LAW, MEDICAL, CLASSICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, PLAIN A Nl> FANCY STATIONER Y, he found in the city. They respectfully invite .in examination of their Stock. Orders attended u promptly. fe22 tf. BLANK BOOK, PA PER - AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, SAMUEL F. TURNER, No. 3 SOUTH CHARLES STREET HAS ON HAND A VERY SUPERIOR assortment of PAPER, STATIONERY and BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS. Among bis stock will be found WRITING and LETTER PAPERS, both domestic and foreign, of all the most approved manufacturers. NOTE PAPERS—RuIed and Plain, in very great va riety. ENVELOPES of all kinds. STATION ERY of everv description, for office and private use, viz:—STEEL PENS, PEN HOLDERS, SEALING WAX, WAFERS, LEAD and SLATE PENCILS, INK STANDS. Ac.. &c. INK—Writing and Copving, of all the best makers, LETTER COPYING PRESSES, PORTFOLIOS, PORTE MONNAIES, &c„ &c. Also, a large assortment of WRAPPING PAPER. PLAYING CARDS, PRINTERS' do., &c., Ac., all at low prices. COUNTRY MERCHANTS will do well to call. fe22-tf. I. 0. 0. F. ODD FELLOWS AND MASON'S RE GAI.IA, BANNERS, Ac., U. S. Bunting and Silk Flags, Military Goods and Ladies* Dress Trimmings, al way on hand and for sale by A.SISCO, No. 95 BALTIMORE ST, fe22-Cm. Baltimore DUFFIELD'S SUPERIOR AMERH'AN WE BTPHALIA II AM S. We are now receiving the above celebrated Hams, which we offer to the trade, believing them to he equal, if not superior, to anything in this market. Those who want a choice Ham can rely on these. We guarantee them to be as represented. DUVALL & IGLEHART, 128 Light street Wharf, apls-tf Corner of Conway s C*G CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES!! We have on hand at 20 North GAY STREET the largest assortment of FASHIONABLE CARRIAGES south of New York, all of the latest fashions and most approved styles. The public are invited to call and examine for themselves; all of which will be sold on reasonable terms. BURR, HATGHT & O'CONNELL. Iff" Repairing done t the shortest notice. mr22 tf J§3|*R"j as.S. 15 KOWSTN C, <2fX—*A, COACH MAKER. JV o . ft 1 X O II TII S T 11 E E T , Baltimore, Manufactures to order all kinds of Carriages on the most reasonable terms. Carriages taken at fair prices in ex change for new ones. VOTRepairs done at the shortest notice and lowest possi hle prices. jy3i dtf CUR I, KIT ;s. SON'S J CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, No. 33 NORTH STREET. undersigned having greatly en- their premises and increased their fa cilities, beg leave to call the attention of the public to their extensive stock of every description of CARRIAGES finished in the most elegant style and durable manner, which they are prepared to sell on accommodating terms. REPAIRS attended to with despatch and at reasonable prices. JOHN CURLETT & SON, jy24-tf 33 North street, Baltimore. WEST &7 J E~V ENS, IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS, ANO DEALERS IN GAS FIXTURES, Of every Description,. No. 206 Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE Gas Pipes introduced intop üblic and private Buildings in the l>est manner and on the most pleasing terms, mrll-tf JOSHUA ROBINSON, (SECCE9SOR TO ROBINSON k KREMER,) WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN TIN AND SHEET IRON WARES, BLOCK TIN, BRITANNIA METAL, BATHING APPARATUS, WATER COOLERS, FILTERERS, AC. NO. 333 \V. BALTIMORE STREET, (First Tin Store above Howard street,) Baltimore. Always on hand a large assortment of Hall's Patent Condensing and ''Old Dominion" Cotfee Pots. Also, Pat- Steak Ilroilers. jy7-3m. PACA MILLS. GEO. W. WAIT A SON. Proprietors, WAREHOUSE 72 SOUTH STREET. Have now ready fresh stocks of their goods, in every variety of package, including MUSTARD, in wood, tin and glass: PURE GROUND SPICES, all kinds, in wood, tin and glass; TABLE SALT, in bags and boxes; RICE FLOUR, CURRIE. Ac., Ac.. ALSO, 300 bags-PEPPER: 200 " PIMENTO; 1,000 mats CASSIA; 3,000 lbs. NUTMEGS; 1,000 lbs: MACE; CLOVF.S in bales; GINGER in hags and barrels; AFRI CAN' BIRD PEPPERS, etc. Agents also for the sale of Preston's Boston CHOCO LATES and COCOA PREPARATIONS, at the lowest prices. __ jy2o-dtf EDWARD L. PAL.MEIL WHOLESALE DEALER IX FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, Ac., Xo. 4 BO WET'S WHARF. BALTIMORE, MD. COXSTAXTLT OX JIAXD, ALMONDS, WALNUTS, FILBERTS. PALM NUTS, GROUND NUTS, RAISINS. CITRON, PRUNES, FIGS, DATES. CURRANTS, ORANGES, LEMONS, ROCK CANDY, OLIVE AND BORDEAUX OIL, GINGER, MACCARONI, FRENCH MUSTARD. FIRE CRACKERS, SARDINES, Ac., Which he offers to the trade at the lowest market rates. anS-tf A. COLBERT, . ARCHITECT AND CONTRACTOR, FOR BUI L UIX OS OF ALL KINDS, SHOP IN EXCHANGE ALLEY, South side Exchange Place, bet. Commerce and Gav sts., _ BALTIMORE, MD. N. B.—COUNTRV COTTAOES.dcsigned and executed with unfitness and despatch. jv2fi dtf Bread ! bread: CARD TO TUP. PUBLIC "'"'lni!!}" 1 ; 11 ' BAKER, corner of FAYETTE and PARK STREETS, having DISSOLVED ALL CONNEC TION as Superintendent of the Mechanical Bakery of this city, informs his friends and customers that he has fully resumed his long established business at the OLD STAND, anil will hereafter give his undivided personal supervision to the baking of the very best bread from the best flour.— Rye and Dyspepsia Bread, French and Albany Rolls, Cukes, Pies, Ac., Ac.; every morning and evening fresh articles can be had, He confidently hopes that the former quality of his Bread. Rolls, Ac., will ensure to his present exrtious the increased support and patronage of his nu meernus friends and long tried customers. Fresh Malt Yeast every day. GEO. IV. ARNOLD'S Bakery, Corner of Fayette and Park streets, jylO dly. Baltimore. 'rilE OLD DOMINION COFFEEPOT JL i 3 guaranteed to make pure, sweet, healthy COFFEE with one-fourth less Berry than by any other jwocess.— Sixes from one quart to twenty. TRY IT. for sale at manufacturer's prices, wholesale and retail, bv ALFRED 11. REIP, At the Housekeeper's Emporium, my6tf 337 Baltimore street. PEN CLEANER, PEN AND PENCIL HOLDER AND PAPER WEIGHT COMBINED. A new and VERY USEFUL ARTICLE which no one who writes should be withont. .Inst received and for sate SAM'L E. TURNER, B us tf * So ' 8 South Charles st, filter sßare Jftoflrrr, £f. WATCHES! WATCHES! WATCHES! THE LONDON WATCH k JEWELRY STORE, 159 Baltimore Street. I? the best place in the city to buy a good reliable W ATCH or piece of jewelry, or to have a fine Watch repaired.— Watches that never went accurately before have been pro nounced time-keepers, after passing through ALEXAN DER'S hands. J ALEXANDER, formerly of J. M. FRENCH, aul4 tf Royal Exchange, London. NEW PLATEN GOODS— CAXFIELD, BROTHER <f CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET, Are now opening all Hie neiv styles of plated COFFEE and TEA SETS, plated URN'S, BASKETS, KETTLES, Butter Boats, Sugar Baskets, Salt Cellars, SPOONS, FORKS, LADLES, OASTORS, &c., kc., and for sale at the lowest prices. apS tf NEW PEARL JEWELRY— CAXFIELD, BRO. <fi CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET, Have just ojiened a complete assortment of PEARL JEWELRY, consisting of full sets, Pins, Necklaces, Ear Drops, Bracelets, .Yc.. lmvGt styles. mr3l-tf i' c CANFIBLD. W. B. CAKHELP. J. H. MEREDITH, CANFIELD, BROTHER & CO., IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN WATCHES, FINE JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE, MILITARY AND FANC, ooollS, DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONES, 229 BALTIMORE STREET, mr26-tf Baltimore. TOWELTTS NEW JEWELRY, WATCH AND SILVER WAREHOUSE, New Marble Buildings, opjwsite Adams' Expres Co. Office. AT THIS ESTABLISHMENT, the purchaser can always find THE NEWEST STYLE and the RICHEST GOODS in market, consisting of WATCHES, (of his own make,) and Chas. Frodsham, Jules Jurgensen, Patek Phillip, Johnson. Tobias, and all other Makers. JEWELRY in great variety, of European and American Manufacture. SILVER W A RE, of his own manufacture ulwr.ys on hand, and made to or per, at short notice. ALB AT A PLATED WA RE . The largest and richest STOCKi n Baltimore, being South ern Agent for the sale of the Goods at wholesale and re tail of the AMERICAN SHEFFEILER PLATE CO. All Goods will be sold at MANUFACTURERS* PRICES, and warranted by the Co. to he the best GOODS in the market. ALSO, a large Stock of FRENCH GAS FIXTURES, BURNERS, FANCY ARTICLES, CLOCKS, CANTON CHINA, kc. A. STOWELL, JR. e22 tf Proprietor, 163 Baltimore st. C-lEO. W. W E B B. F GOLDSMITH AND JEWELLER S. E. corner of Baltimore and Charlcs street. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN FINE WATCHES, RICH JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE AND FINE FANC Y ARTICLES. Stir Every attention paid to the repair and manufacture of Jewelry. Fine watches repaired by experienced work men. mrl3-tf ptotopplnr. DAVIS, . AMBROTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. No. 121 BALTIMORE STREET, aul6 6m three doors above South, Baltimore. W. PERK INS. . DA GUERREI AX AND AMBROTYrE GALLERIES, 211 and 217 BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR CHARLES, apl-6m Baltimore. 907 ~ E; T ,J7R T L E ' S 907 r&y.) / A M B R O T Y P E S cCt\J / AND PHOTOGRAPHS. 207 BALTIMORE STREET, apl-6m Baltimore. HH "CLARK'S . AMBROTYPF. AND PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY No. 23 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, ( Comer Centre Market Space,) ap2-6mos Baltimore. SELF-HEATING SMOOTHING IRON. This novel and useful improvement in SMOOTHING IRONS will be appreciated by thousands who have felt the want of just such a convenience. Being heated by an al coholic flame, if precludes the necessity of a fire in the house, which is a great desideratum in the summer time. Ladies who are boarding in the town or country, will readily perceive that this SELF-HEATING IRON is es pecially adapted to their wauts and convenience. By turning the handle aside, it forms a very convenient heater for nursery use. For sale, wholesale and retail, by CORTLAN k CO., House Furnishers, jy!9-tf Nos. 216 and 218 Baltimore street. DANIEL E. MYERS, JUSTICE OP THE PEACE, NO. 28 ST. PAUL STREET, (OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL.) Baltimore. Good and efficient officers always in attendance. jel9 6m MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE. S. K. OWINGS, JUSTICE OE THE PEACE, FOR THE T HIR TE E NTH WARD. OFPICE, ST; PAUL'S STREET, BETWEEN FAYETTE AND LEX ma3-Cm INOTON STREETS. &WADDY, SAIL MAKERS , S. W. CORNER OF FREDERICK AND PRATT STS Manufacture WINDOW AWNINGS,STORE AWNINGS AND FREIGHT COVERS, On reasonable terms at short notice. je29-3m STAVES AND LUMBER"" STAVES OF ALL SIZES, up to 62 inch largest 1 Pipe, on hand, and Bills of Lumber of WHITE OAK, in cluding SHIP TIMBER and PINE, HICKORY and WAL NUT, cut to any dimensions ordered. Apply to GEORGE A. WILLIAMS, Dugan's Building, je3-tf or Camden Station. IMPO RT EL) CI GA R S AND CHEWING TOBACCO TIL OS. N. WEB B , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CORNER OF GARDEN AND MADISON STREETS, BALTIMORE Keeps constantly on hand all the Choice Brands or Im ported Havana CIGARS and Superior CHEWINC TO BACCO, with Fancy Articles of thv Trade. mrlß-tf I AHEZ 1). I' ll A TT. | COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, ke. COMMISSIONER TO TAKE THE PROOF AND AC KNOWLEDGMENT OF DEEDS, DEPOSITIONS, POW ERS OF ATTORNEY or other instruments in writing, for the States of New York, Mississippi, lowa, Virginia, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Michigan, North Carolina, Kentucky, Connecticut, South Carolina, Ohio, New Hampshire, Georgia, Indiana, Maine, Alabama, Illinois, Minnessota tcrri Louisiana, Missouri, tor.v, Texas, California, Florida. Office corner of BALTIMORE and CHARLES STREETS, entrance on South Charles street. mrfi-tf IVORY HANDLE TABLE CUTLERY. CANFIELD BRO. k CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET, FTave on hand a large assortment of best quality Ivory Handle Dinner and Breakfast KNIVES, large and small size CARVERS, STEEL, Ac., for sale at wholesale and retail. mylßtf WATER COOLERS—We invite "an™- ticn to our Round Wooden Case WATER COOL ERS, intended for Counting Rooms, Hotels, Restaurants, Steamboats and Dwellings. The interior of this cooler is an earthen vessel, which can impart no taste to the water. The outside wooden case is of Cedar, kiln dried, and will never shrink; iron hound and well painted. The filling is mostly charcoal—the best non-conductor known. For sale wholesale and retail by CORTLAN A CO., jyls-tf Nos. 216 and 218 Baltimore street. REMOVAL. B . T . ELD K R , PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT, HAS REMOVED from No 81 Smith's Wharf, to NO. 120 SOUTH EUTAW STREET, e9-tf Opposite Camden Station of the B. A i> It R. NEW STYLES HAIR PINS, &.A CANFIELD, BRO <t. CO., 229 BALTIMOKK STREET, Have received direct from Paris, an invoice of Hair Pins and HEAD DRESSES, of the newest styles, some of which are very beautiful myll-tf T~ (TTRAVELERS. CANFIELD BROS. <t CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET, Have on hand a great variety of articles, such as DRES SING CASES, TRAVELING BAGS. SOAPS, PER FUMERY, RAZORS. TOOTH BRUSHES, FANS, PORT MONNOIES, CIGAIt CASES, Ac., Ac., all of the best quality my29-tf THE" MERCANTILE AGENCY OF J. D. PRATT A CO., CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND S. CHARLES BTREETS. The proprietors respectfully invite such Merchants as are not already subscribers to the Agency, and who sell goods on credit, tocall and examine our system and test the reliability of our information. From long experience and the satisfactory testimonials of thousands of merchants in the different cities East and West, who have for years been subscribers, we can assure all who will call, whether they sell goods to the cities or country towns, ample sat isfaction as to the reliability of our information, and the great benefit to be derived from the Agency by those who subscribe mr 6 tf FLY BRUSH ES. Those in want of Fly Brushes will do well to call and examine these offered for sale—they are the best in the mark t, and warranted not to shake to pieces as the com mon brushes will do. For sale wholesale and retail, on reasonable terms, by A. H. REIP, At the Housekeeper's Emporium, jel2 tf 337 Baltimore Street ~A VALUABLE INVF.NTION. REIP'S PATENT ICE CREAM FREEZER. I have invented and am constantly manufacturing a Patent ICE CREAM FREEZER, which for convenience and utility, cannot be surpassed. The advantage of this FREEZER over all others is that from one or more quarts of cream or milk, double the quantity of Ice Cream may he procured in a short time. It is also a useful article for beating Batter for cakes, making Butter, Ac. Prices 3 quart ;;;;..;;...;2 50. 6 " io°. o U 4.50. Apply to -A- JJ. REIP, At the Housekeepers' Emporium, jy23-dtf 337 Baltimore street. nPOTHEP u BLICT Just received, a supply of new style of Ice Chipper 9, a very convenient article for family use, at a moderate price; also, silver plated Fruit Knives. Tomato Broilers, Wine Coolers, Water Coo crs, Patent Ice Cream FREE ZERS, Wire Gauze Covers, patent ice Pitchers, Preserv ing Kettles, Furnaces, Ac. Apply to A. H. REIP, At the Housekeepers' Emporium, aus-tf fid? Baltimore street. IJMNK IVORY HANDLE * KNIVES AND FORKS I EXTRA HEAVY PI.ATF.D FORKS AND SPOONS WOSTENHOLM S AND RODGERS' ' POCKET KNIFES. RAZORS AND SCISSORS A large assortment of the above goods just received made to order and of superior quality. For sale by BCHAEFFER A LONEY, Importers, au2-tf No. 3 Hanover street. FOR SALE—A DRAY AND HARNESS [je26-tf] Apply at NO.S3 CHEAPSIDE. THE DAILY EXCHANGE, AUGUST 17, 1858. Slants. M WANTED. A comfortable two-story DWELLING, with passage and back building, west of and not more than fifteen minutes walk from Calvert and Baltimore Streets. Rent not to exceed S3OO. ADDRESS P. T., OFFICE OF DAILY EXCHANGE, my22tf W ANTED TO RENT —A small Ihvell ing within ten minutes walk of South and Balti more streets, rent not to exceed $l5O. Address IN QUIRER, office of Daily Exchange. jy26 tf M WANTED, —A two-story DWELL ING witli passage, for a small family. Achlress HOUSE, at this office. aus iltf M WANTED. —A two story DWELL ING HOUSE—about 15 minutes walk from North ami Baltimore streets. Address "N" at this of fice. mis-tf (kvcitrsions. rrr: TIIK NOKTUKUN t TA Sr KAL RAILWAY CAMP MEETING AT SHREWSBURY. FARE REDUCED. The Camp at the above place commence on the 19th inst. and continue one week. During its existence the Trains over this road will run as follows: LEAVE BALTIMORE. Camp-meeting Train (extra) 6.30 A. M. Afternoon Express 44 4.30 P. M. Night Express 41 10.00 44 LEAVE FREEDOM. Morning Express Train 5.44 A. M. Mail 4 ' 11.16 44 Evening Express 44 4.28 P. M. Camp-meeting 44 (extra) 7.00 44 No Train will leave Baltimore on Sunday. Round Trip Tickets (good during Camp) can be procured at the Ticket Office, Calvert Station. To prevent confusion. Tickets will not be. sold in the Cars, and ali persons who do not procure Tickets before the departure of the Train will be charged Full Fare. Fare for the round trip $1.10; Children under 12 years of age half price. C. C. AOR EON, Superintendent. J. H. W AENBB, Ticket Agent. auio ;D> .MOUNT GENERAL TRANSPORTATION OFFICE, BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY, Baltimore, July 16, 1858. —Arrangements have been perfected by which visitors to MOUNT VERNON mav procure THROUGH ROUND TRIP TICKETS from Baltimore on TUESDAYS and FRI DAYS of each week, until further notice. Take the 6.45 A. M. train at Camden Station for Wash ington, where at 8.30 Whaling's omnibuses will be in waiting to take passengers to the wharf of the fine steam er THOMAS COLLY ER, direct for Mount Vernon. The steamer will leave Washington at 9.30 A. M., stopping at Alexandria and Fort Washington, and arriving at Mount Vernon at 11 o'clock, allowii g visitors ample time to in spect the entire premises. The boat will return thence to Washington about 3 P. M., in ti ue to take the 4.10 P. M. train for Baltimore; or allowing three hours in Washing ton, they may return to Baltimore in the 6 30 P. M. train, arriving here at 8 P. M. Round Tickets for the entire trip, Including Railroad, Omnibus and Steamer, $3.25 each. To be had at the Tick et Office, Camden Station. L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. W. P. SMITH. jyl7-lm Master of Transportation. SEA B A7 HINO OLD POINT COMFORT AND HAMPTON. One of the BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET COMPA NY'S STEAMERS will leave Union Dock, foot of Concord street, DAILY (Sunday excepted) at 5 o'clock P. M., for Old Point Comfort and Hampton. Fare there and back $6, giving the passenger the privi lege to remain the whole season. M. N FALLS, Agent, ji'll-tlO Baltimore Steaui Packet Company. franos utj jfinsir. NUNN'S & CLARK'S P(i iff iM PIANO FORTES. J U W J J The subscriber has just received a further supply of those superior and beautifully finished PIANO FORTES from the factory of NUNNS A CLARK These instruments, in point of beautiful finish, exquisite tone and touch, are unsurpassed. Persons wanting truly a first-class PIANO, would do well tocall and examine these instruments. Also, a variety of other new and second hand PIANOS, PRINCE'S MELOIIEONS, PIANO STOOI.S, &c. Pianos taken in exchange. E. D. BENTEKN, 84 West Fayette street, au!4-tf 3d door West of Charles st. ■aiy :u.willi AM (;A Kui, v. & cu„ From the late Firm of Knabe, Gaehle k Co, \! V tf J I 1 MANUFACTURERS OF Olt AND AND SQ UA RE PI ANO FOR TE S, North-east corner of EUTAW AND FAYETTE STS., Baltimore, M<!. Where may be seen PIANOS, which for elegance of finish, sweetness of tone, combined with an agreeable touch, are second to none in this couniry. Terms ami prices moderate, and every instrument war ranted. Pianos hired, and Tuning att.-nded to promptly. ap6-tf C. W. NEILL. W. F. WASH BURN. &. WASHBURN, FIRST PREMIUM PIANO FORTES, J U ij 'J J MANUFACTORY AND WAREROOMS— -6d FAYETTE ST., East of Calvert, mh!2-6m Baltimore. Md. MSSR^^OL B MEDAL PREMIUM " PIANO FORTES. \l J U J U WILLIAM KNABE & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO FORTES. Nos. 1,3, 5 and 7 NORTH EUTA W ST., Opposite the Eutaw 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, been awarded the HIGHEST PREMIUMS for excellence, over all competition. They have also been pronounced by S. Thai berg, the most celebrated pianist in the world, and other distin guished artists, including M. Strakosch, G. Satter, &c., &e., to be equal if not SUPERIOR to any in this country. We have constantly on hand at our extensive Ware rooms as above, the largest assortment of FINE PIANO FORTES to be found in this city, which we will sell, wholesale and retail on the most liberal terms. In every case we guarantee our Pianos to give entire satisfaction. ByConstantly on hand a fine assortment of MELODE ONS, of the best makers, at prices from $45 to S2OO. ityAlways for sale a large number of GOOD SECOND HAND PIANOS, at prices ranging from $75 to S2OO. EXCHANGED, HIRED and TUNED. mrll-tf WM. KNABE & CO, SOLUBLET GLASS CT.MENT7^ For mending broken parts of Glass. China, Crock ery, Stoneware, Porcelain, Wood, etc . believed to be the most adhesive Cement known. For sale wholesale ami re tail, by CORTLAN k CO., auio 216 Baltimore street, near Charles. I NOR CAMP MEET! N< Those about attending Camp Meeting should pro vide themselves with a portable CAMP CHAIR, to be had of any pattern, at CORTLAN & CO'S, anlO 216 and 218 Baltimore street. SOMETHING NEW AT NO. 80 BALTIMORE STREET. O. HERRING, Dealer in every variety of PAPER HANGINGS, FLOOR, TABLE and STAIR OIL CLOTH, having laid in a large as sortment, is prepared to furnish Housekeepers with an ar ticle not to he surpassed in the city, at prices that will be found to please. NEW STYLE WINDOW SHADES. Just received, a lot of BAILEY'S PATENT WINDOW SHADES, which the public are requested to call and ex amine. This is a simple and ingenious contrivance, by which the rack at the sides is done away with, and by means of a spring connected with one of the sockets, it can be made to roll up heavy or light at will. PA PKR-HANGING attended to with promptness and dis patch both in the City and Country. O. HERRING, *e7-ly ([Old Stand,) No. so Baltimore street. PHTEN IX SPICE MILLS, WAREHOUSE 58 SOUTH STRE* WM. H. CRAWFORD & CO., PROPRIETORS, Offer to the wholesale trade of this city the South and West GOODS of equal quality and price oir same terms as any other house in the United states fe22-tf FA - R. COUP LAN D~ U%. FASHIONABLE HATS, CAPS, Ac No. 40 Baltimore Street. ' Between FREDERICK and HARRISON STS. mrll-ly BALTIMORE. GREAT SAVING IN GA& J. H. COOPER'S PATENT LEVER GAS REGULATOR. Saves from 16 to 35 per cent, of Gas, and prevents all blowing and flaring of the light. JACKSON k CHANDLER, Agents for the State of Maryland, and District of Colum bia, at the office of Messrs. GRATTAN k EVANS, Gas Fitters and Plumbers, No. 8 North street, Jarvis' Building P. 8. Certificates can !>e had at the office. myß-tf BR KI DENBAC 11 ■ S LONDON SOAPS, CANFIELD BROTHER k CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET, Have on hand Breidenbacli's genuine Lettuce, Camphor, Moss Rose, Violet, Old White Windsor, and Queen's Soap Wholesale and retail. jyl3 tf JOHN SUA NAM AN HAS REMOVED FROM SNOW HILL, And commenced the Manufacture of EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TIN & SHEET IRONWARE AT No. 15 S. CALVERT STREET, BALTIMORE. Where every article connected with his business may be found, and which will be disposed of at the lowest prices. Special attention paid to ROOFING AND SPOUTING. All orders from the Eastern Shore and elsewhere will receive prompt attention. mr6-ly MARYLAND LIGHTNING ROD COMPANY. E. F. LUPTON'S IMPROVRB PATENT ENAMELED LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS, WITH SCREW INSULATORS, Sold Wholesale and Retail at his Desk, No. 3 MECHANICS' EXCHANGE, SUN IRON BUILDIXO, BALTIMORE. Copper and Enameled Rods constructed on Ships, Dwell ings and Public Buildings, in the safest and best manner. Also for sale, Lightning Rod Points, Glass Insulators and Trimmings, for putting up rods. ALL ORDERS FROM TOWN OR COUNTRY, DI RECTED TO HIM, WILL BE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. jy27-tf BLOCK MARBLE CLOCKS. CANFIELD, BRO. & CO. 229 BALTIMORE STREET. Have just importeu an invoice of Block Marble Clocks, with and without Bronze Figures, suitable for Dining and Library Rooms. mytl-tf TO SOUTHERN AND WESTERN MERCHANTS. SCHAEFFER k LON EY, AO. 3 HANOVER STREET, BALT., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE, CUTLERY AND GUNS. Importing our foreign goods direct, and obtaining our American Hardware from the best manufacturers for ea.*A, we offer to country merchants a stock, which, in quality and price, will compare favorably with similar stocks in any of the Atlantic cities. An examination is soli cited. jyl9 tf PAPER WAREHOUSE, NO. 24 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, JAMES S. ROBINSON Has on hand for sine, a large assortment of the various kinds of Paper, such as Printing, Writing, Wrapping,and Colored Paperf, of all sires and prices, which he is offering low to punctual buyers. mal-tf WJOTICE - IS HEREBY (JIVEN TIL A T J_ N| application will l>e made to the Mayor and City Coun cil to close Grundy street from McMechen to Laurens streets, and Foster alley, from McMechen to Wilson streets, and Jenkins alley, from McMechen to Lawrence streets. jy!s law9w* AY STREET EATING HOUSE. NO. 154 GAY STREET, between High and Exeter streets, Baltimore. Every delicacy in season, and the choicest brands of WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. auU THOS. MoDOWELL, Proprietor, (ftatirtioit. Cll I.I'EPPELI ~ MILITARY J INSTITUTE, V.\. The next session of this Institute will commence on the IRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, 1858. For cata logues apply to CHAS. E. LIGHTFOOT, Superintendent C. M. I. aulG t163 Culpepper C. H , Va. mi E COLLEGE OF WE JAMES, X MARYLAND —The next ANNUAL SESSION Itegins on WEDNESDAY, September 20th. Punctual attendance on that day is requested. Applicants can enter any class in the Preparatory School, or in the College, for which upon examination they are found qualified. COMMER CIAL STUDIES pursued by those whose parents desire it. Ample accommodations are provided for one hundred and twenty pupils. Terms—Two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) for the session, payable semi-annually in advance, covering all expenses of Tuition and Hoarding. For admission apply to the Rev. Dr. KERFOOT, Rector, College St. James Postoflice. Maryland. j>B tf lilts, £iquots, ;Vf. TjMNE CHAMPAGNES" HOCKS AND X CLARETS.—Widow Clicquot's, Muran's Cabinet, Moet k Chendon's Green Seal, Ileidseck, Cabinet in half pints; Hocks, dry and sparkling; Clarets, of all grades, for sale wholesale and retail by GEORGE IIOLLINS, No. 14 North Charles street, aul4 2w Corner of Fayette st. QUITZOW & McMULLEN, jjgfegl NO. 47 CIIEAPSIDE, 47 SOUTH CALVERT STREET, IMPORTERS OP li It ANI)I ES, \V INK S, c. , Now offer, in and out of bond, all kinds of WINKS ami BRAN DIES, at the lowest New York prices. We keep on hand constantly, an extensive assortment of these GOODS, to which we invite the attention of TRADE. Our facili ties are not surpassed by any house in this country. We enumerate in part, the following stock: Cognac Brandies—Jas. Hennessy; Otard, Dupuy k Co.; Jules Robin, Rochelle Brandy, Camille Seignett, Bor deaux Brandy, Champagne Brandy, of dliferent grades. Madeira—Welsh's, Almeida—Newton, Gordon ft Co.; L. Koester & Co.; Celte, Sicily Colli, and Muscat. Sherry—Pemartin, Dulf, Gordon & Co.; Romano, Of fley's. Port Wine—Bumester's, Royal Alto, Duoro k Co., G. T. Port; V. R. Port; Osborne's, Treble Grape, &c. Claret—of various grades, in cases. Choice and inferior brands of Champagne—Mums, Verz enay. Cabinet, Imperial, Due De Montabello, and other brands. Malaga—Of different brands. Also, Porto Rico Bay Rum, in cases. aul2 LAURENCE THCLMSEN & (()., EXCHANGE PLACE, HEAD OF COMMERCE STREET, IMPORTERS OP BRANDIES, WINES, SEGARS &c., Offer for sale an extensive assortment of BRANDIES: J. Hennessy; Otard, Dupuy k Co.; Jean Louis, 1811; Su perior old Cognac; Jules Robin & Co.; A. Seignette; John Durand & Co.—of various grades. All in U. S. Bonded Warehouse. W I X E S: Sherry, Maderia, Port, Sicily, Lisbon, Burgundy and Malaga Wines in casks. Also, Champagne, Claret and Hock in glass—part very choice; Curacoa and Maraschino Cordials. HOLLAND GIN, of Bicker's "Grape" brand—of highly approved quality. London Brown Stout and Porter; Scotch and India Ale. Bordeaux and Marseilles Sweet Oil, Sardines, Maccaroni, Vermicelli, Olives, Capers, &c., kc. HAVANA SEGARS constantly receiving from a num ber of the most celebrated manufacturers. A Jeßo tf r. T " CHARLES IJ. ROSS .v CO , [MSgij IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LIQUOR'S, WINES dc. y NO COMMERCE STREET, Keep constantly in store and United States Bonded Warehouses, COGNAC BRANDIES Otard Hennessey &c ROCII EL L K B RANDIES, Seignettee, Pellevoisin, k c. HOLLAND GIN, Grape, Imperial Eagle, kc. WIN K S , Champagne, Sherry, Port, Madeira. Malaga, Ac. AMERICAN LIQUORS, Special attention is solicited to their large stock of OLD RYE WHISKEY, Which cannot be excelled by any house in the United States, including Extra Fine Super or Monongahela, Jackson, Family, Pure R. Rye Also, Imitation Sweet MALAGA WINF. Which cannot be excelled by any house in the .United States. DOMESTIC BRANDY, GIN, PURE SPIRITS, RECTIFIED WHISKEY, GINGER, LAVENDER AND W I L D C H E R R Y B R A N I) Y , All guaranteed to give satisfaction, or will be taken back. A CAR D.—For the purpose of doing a more general CASH BUSINESS, I have made arrangements to sell my sioek of Goods for cash, at the lowest remunerating prices. This arrange ment will he extended to all familj' accounts paid, promptly every June and January. A liberal allowance will he made to wholesale purchasers, for cash. 1 offer for sale in bond and in store, OLD COGNAC BRANDY, 15 years old. OLD SCOTCH, IRISH AND RYE WHISKEY. OLD JAMAICA RUM AND HOLLAND GIN MADEIRA WINES, DONALDSON'S SERCIAL RESERVE, and other WINES, 20 years old. SHERRIES, WIDOW HARMONY'S CELEBRATED TOPAZ, OLD POM ARE, 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, anil SOUPS, hermetically sealed; PATE DE FOI GRAS, small size. A large assortment of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC COR DIALS, and fine GROCERIES of every description, for sale by GEO. ROLLINS, 14 N. Charles street, myl2-tf corner of Fayette. PURE RYE WHISKEY. THE UNDERSIGNED, owiwr to Mi * ow P" ce Ry e aro at 'hi ß time m&nufac turing at their Distillery in Washington Co., Md pure RYE WHISKEY. All orders left at our store, Nos. 91 A: 93 S. Charles st., will lie faithfully executed, and can be relied on. We have at this time in store and fbr sale WHISKEY of ourown distillation, of superior quality and age, from 1 year up to 10 years old, and in addition have for sale the following brands: J. IIOKINE, Rules 4th proof; J. C. R. Eckman ; M. Mad dux ; John Snyder; all warranted pure and to give satis faction as represented, or may he returned at our expense. FOWLER k ZEIGLER, feb22-tf. No. 91 and 93 South Charlf.->t. /ei=£*.JAS. HAZI ITT & CO.. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX 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 BRANDIES, RUMS, BLACK TEAS, &c. *&332k p. TIERNAN k SON Offer for s ile 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. PORT WlNES—Sandeman's competition red and white Port, in wood and in glass. MADEIRA WINE—John Howard March's fine Madeira, in wood and in glass; also, Grape Juice. HOCK WlNES—Johannesberger, Steinberger, Marco brunner, Cabinet, Lieb-frau-milch, Bronneberg, of 1848. CHAMPAGNE WINES—Moet and Chandon's finest, in quarts and pints. BRANDIES.—Otard and nennessy'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 best quality—Tiernan brand—and no mixture of aromatic poison in it. 200 half chests of the finest SOUCHONG TEA. ap3 tf. WINES,BRANDIES,&c. gyj J. B. CHARROX k CO., AGENTS FOR VINEYARD PROPRIETORS IX FRANCE, Have just received and offer for sale very superior COGNAC BRANDIES, vintage 1811. Charron Pcreet fils Brand; Em ile Belmont k 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; superior 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 Bourbon Whiskeys; 200 bbls. fine medium grades Bourbon and Rye Whiskeys, to which we invite the atten tion of tnose in want of pure liquors. Office No. 134 LOM BARD STREET, 3 doors east of Hanover. aps tf KENSEY JOHNS & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF THE SILVER SPRING, FAMILY, EXTRA & SUPER FLOUR Also, keep constantly on hand 77ie Patapsco Brand, and the best grades of Howard Street and Citi/ Mills, Extra and Super, and Rue Flour. Nos. 22 and 24 COMMERCE STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. Successors to DUER k JOHNS. jy2-3m LTLLIETS PATENT FIRE AND BUR. GLAR PROOF SAFES, made of wrought and chilled iron, 1 ¥ to 2 inches thick, and warranted drill proof. The only robber proof Safe for sale in Baltimore. C. S. WILLETT, jyl6 tf 192 Baltimore street. CHJNSHINE AND RAINY DAYS.—It is 4J important to the Ladies that they be protected through sunshine and shower. The subscribers keep constantly on hand a splendid assortment of Silk, Paragon and Whale lione Sun and Rain UMBRELLAS, exceedingly light in their construction. Of PARASOLS we have an assort ment second to none in the country. Our new style of Ashburton Parasols is of English origin, and much ad mired. Also, of recent importation, some fifty dozen FOLDING FANS, of the newest designs, all of which we offer to the trade or consumer on pleasing terms. E. M. PUNIIRRSON k CO., Agents for Wheeler k Wilson and Ne Plus je3-tf Ultra S3O Sewing Machines. rpOMATOE BROILERS. B a supply of TOMATOE BROILERS on hand, and with the usual variety of housekeeping articles, will be sold low, by ALFRED 11. REIP, At the Housekeeper's Emporium, aul2-tf _ No. 337 Baltimore st. CARE MAY BATHING DRESSES. —We have now in store a large assortment of LADIES' AND GENTS' BATHING DRESS ES sun and rain UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS and FANS. Alsoeverv variety of HARD RUBBER GOODS. We name in part—NAPKIN RINGS. TOILET and POCKET COMBS, FINGER RINGS,DRINKING CUPS, POWDER FLASKS, INK BOTTLES. SHAVING BOXES and BRUSHES, TOILET GLASSES, ROOLES, besides other articles too numerous to mention. E. M. PUXDERSOX k CO., No. 209 Baltimore street, jyß-tf Agents for Wheeler k Wilson Sewing Machine gED BLAN kBTS. 25 cases 9-4,10-4,11-4,12-4 —Cumberland Mfg. Co. 30 •' 9-4,10-4,11-4—Cocheco Mfg. Co. 20 " 9-4,10-4,11-4,12-4 —Holland Mfg. Co. 10 " Super Crib Blankets, of low, medium and extra fine qualities, received and for sale by jyl6-2aw2m 1L S. k IV. A. LONEY & CO. BALTIMORE OIL COMPANY'S MACHINE ANB BURNING OILS. SIGNAL OIL, RAILROAD OIL, SPERM OIL, LUBRICATING OIL, MACHINE OIL BROWN k O'DONOVAN, AGENTS, No. 33 CUEAFSUDI, ROBERT BROWN, JR. j Baltimore. JOHN H. O'DONOVAN, JR. I aplG-t SALAD BASKETS. —For washing vege tables, Fruit, ete., just received and for sale by CORTLAN & CO., House Furnishers, jyls-tf 216 and 218 Baltimore street. Insurance <&umpnies. I FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COM PAN A'. JOHN REESE, President. H. P. DUHURST, Secretary. Comer of South and Second streets. ap6-tf EL A WARE MUTUAL SAFETY IN SURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania 1835. MARINE INSURANCE, On Vessels. Cargo, Freights, to all parts of the World. IN L A N D INSURANCES, On Goods by Rivers, Canals, Lakes and land Carriages to all parts of the Union. FIRE INSURANCES, On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelling llou- ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, November, 2d, 1857, $702,785.37. WILLIAM MARTIN. President. THOMAS C. HAND, Vice President. HENRY LYLBURX, Secretary. The undersigned, having been duly appointed Agent of this Company, is prepared to receive applications for In surance as above, and is instructed to give notice to all persons in this city who desire to place risks with said Company, that their applications for Insurance must be made at their agency in Baltimore. HENRY A. DIDIER, .i'2l tf Commercial Building, Gay street. HOWARD FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF BALTIMORE. INSURES Dwellings, Furniture, Warehouses, Goods on storage, and Merchandise generally, against loss or damage by fire Also Vessels and Cargoes in port. Office—S. E. corner of HOWARD AND CLAY STREETS. The Directors meet daily to answer applications. ANDREW REESE, President. DIRECTORS. JAS. M. POUPF.R, CIIAS HOFFMAN, CIIAS. W. GEORGE, HENRY J. WERPEBAUGH, WM. ORTWINE. AUGUSTUS SURIVER, SAML. R. SMITH, M. BENZINOER, AARON FENTON, WM. G. POWER, GEO. P. THOMAS, KLISHA 11. PERKINS, GEORGE HARLAN WILLIAMS, ap29 tf Secretary. I? QUI TAB LE FIRE LNSI RANCE SOCIETY. CII A R TER PERPE TUA L. OFFICE, NO. 19 SOUTH STREET. TnE BALTIMORE EQUITABLE SOCIETY will Insure HOUSES and FURNITURE from LOSS OR DAMAGE BY 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 resjiectfully invited to call at the office, No. 19 SOUTH STREET, where the principles on which the Society insure will he fully explained. DIRECTORS: THOMAS KELSO, BENJAMIN DEFORD WILLIAM KENNEDY, SAMUEL KIRBY, HENRY RIEMAN, MICHAEL WARNER JAMES FRAZIER, DANIEL DAIL, CHARLES R. CARROLL, ROBERT A. DOBBIN, AUSTIN JENKINS, DANIEL WARPIELD. FRANCIS A. CROOK, Treasurer. HUGN B. JONES, Secretary. f024 ly* HPHE GREAT WESTERN (MA 111 MP) X INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Authorized Capital $5,000,000 Cash Capital (alreadypaid 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. RICH'D LATHERS, Prest. JNO. A. PARKER, Ist V. Prest. DOUGLAS ROBINSON, Sec'y. J. F. Cox, 2d do. COLIN MACKENZIE, Agent in Baltimore, fe23 tf Office Commercial Buildings. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. GEORGE B. COAI.E, COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, GAY STREET, AGENT WITH FULL POWERS FOR THE HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Cash Capita) $500,000 HOME INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK CITY, Cash Capital $500,000. NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO. OF HARTFORD, Casli Capital $300,000. Property of all kinds in TOWN or COUNTRY insured at the most reasonable terms. MARINE INSURANCE. COL CM HI A N (MARINE) INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Cash Capital JfiOO.OflO Cash paid in 200,000 Security notes paid in 300,000 THOS. LORT), President. R. C. MORRIS, Vice President. PIERRE C. KANE, Secretary. The undersigned having been duly appointed AGENT of this Company, is prepared to receive applications for IN SURANCE on all Marine and Inland risks. SOL. B. DA VIES, of Davies & Warfieid, fe22-6m. No. 16 Spear's wharf. BALTIMORE LIFE INSURANCE"COMPANY. No- 15 SOUTH STREET, INCORPORATED IN 1830— Charter Perpetual. JOHN I. DONALDSON, President. T| MIIS COMPANY proposes to insure lives JL for one or more years, or for life. With their rates the assured enjoys the benefit of an immediate in lieu of a prospective and uncertain bonus. Ife risks neither his policy nor the premium he has paid. These premiums may be made payable annually, semi annually, or quarterly, at option of the assured. The 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, 34 Franklin street. IS IRE AND LIFE INSURANCE OFFICE, NO. 63 SECOND STREET, BALTIMOUE. JOHN <5. PROUD & SONS, Representing Companies of the highest standing, with large Cash Capitals. Policies issued, and Losses paid at the Agency. ASTNA INSURANCE Co., of Hartford, Conn. $1,500,000 PHCENIX " " " " 350,000 SPRINGFIELD " Springfield, Mass. 375,000 fe22-tf ASSOC 'IATKD F1 REMEN'S INSUIC ANCE OFFICE, N r o. 4 SOUTH STREET, OPEN* DAILY for the INSURANCE OF ALL DESCRIP TIONS OF PROPERTY WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE CITY. JOHN R. MOORE, President DIRECTORS. JAMES GETTY, Mechanical , J. C. WHEEDRN, Columbian," GEORGE BARMAN, Union , J. TRUST. First Baltimore, NOAH WALKER, Friendship , FRANCIS BURNS, United, J. T. FARLOW, Deptford , JAMES YOUNG, Franklin, ALLEN PAINE, Liberty, J. PEASON, JR Washington SAMUEL KIRK, Independent , LANCASTER OULD, Patapsco, R. C. MASON, Vigilant , F. A. MILLER, Howard, WM. A. HACK, New Market, JAS. A. BRUCE, Watchman, J AS. B. GEORGE, SR.. Pioneer Jos. C. BOYD, Lafayette Hook ami Ladder Co. No. I. fe22 tf. JOHN DUKEHART. Secretary ._ MARINE AND INLAND INSURANCE. THE SUN MUTAL INSURANCE 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. The assets of the Company, liable for the payment of losses, are over $2,000,000. A. B. NEILSON, Press't. A. BEATON, 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 by the STATE OF MARYLAND, 1849. OFFICE NO. 13 SOOTH STREET. THE COMPANY INSURES EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY IN THE CITY OR COUNTY, AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE. Tlie Directors meet daily to determine upon applications for INSURANCE. JOHN B. SEIDENSTRICKER, President. BOARD OF DIRF.CTORS: Allen A. Chapman, (William Woodward, Henrv M. Bash, George Bartlett, Wm Hcald, jAdam Denmead, John W. Ross, (Joseph W. Jenkins, Edward J. Church, Thomas M. Sullivan, Job Smith, George Small. JOHN R. MAGRUDER, fc-26 tf Secretary. tailors. CJCHLOSS &. BRO„ £3 MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 19 LIGHT STREET, (Below the Fountain Hotel,) Baltimore. By keeping constantly on hand a full assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS, they are ena bled to furnish suits at prices that cannot fail to please. Orders filled at Hie shortest notice. ap!3-tf STRAWBERRY BOXEfL The subscril>er has now on hand a large lot of STRAWBERRY BOXES, HOLDING A FULL QUART, which will be sold very low. ALFRED H. REIP, At the Houskeejter's Emporium, Je2-tf 337 Baltimore Street. I)KNMKAL)'S IRON WORKS. A &. W. DENMEAD &. SONS, . BALTIMORE, Locomotive and Stationary Steam Eng ne Builders, Iron Founders, General Machinists and Boiler Makers. of Improved BLOWING MACHINES for Anthracite and other Blast Furnaces, SUGAR, GRIST SAW and ROLLING MILLS fe22 ly. _ I<' E PITt'II EKS, ALBATA WARE, &"c. CAN FIELD, BRO. <£• CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET, Are now receiving all the new styles of PATENT ICE PITCHERS, Albata Spoons, Forks, Coffee and Tea Sets, Waiters, Dishes, Epergeres, &c., which they offer at low prices. my 11-if tt (C RAPHODOMETER" VJT IS THE NAME OP A MACHINE JUST PATENTED BY J . M. W A M P L E R , CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER, BALTIMORE, MP. It is an AUTOMATIC SURVEYOR, which, by simple mechanism, is made to record accurately—on a strip, or endless roll of paper—a CORRECT PROFILK of any route passed over; the ANGLES of DEFLECTION right and left; and the DISTANCE travelled, upon any required scale, or set of scales. This machine may represent in appearance or purpose, an ordinary Buggy Wagon, with the addition of the very valuable attachment claimed above. There is a box con taining the simple contrivance for recording upon the strip of paper as above mentioned. Motion is conveyed to the paper by the revolution of the hind wheel, which arts by band and geer upon rollers over which the paper is carried. One half the strip of paper is devoted to hori zontal projection, the other half to vertical projection,and the centre or division is a line of pricked distances. The DEFLECTIONS are worked by the turning of the fore axle of the Buggy in assuming the horizontal changes in the route; the PROFILE, by a weight, adapting itself to the lowest position attainable through any changes in the lev el of the route passed over; and the DISTANCES, by points at calculated intervals, on the periphery of one of the rollers conveying the paper. I will sell STATE RIGHTS, COUNTY RIGHTS, or INDIVID UAL RIGHTS, for the USE. or USE and MANUFACTURE of this Machine on reasonable terms. Address the patentee, J. MORRIS WAMPLER, jy22 dfim _ Baltimore. Md. ANEW IMPROVEMENT. TOLMAN'S PATENT SELF VENTILATING SPRING MATTRESSES. This mattress is so constructed that fresh air is constant ly forced through it, thereby keeping it thoroughly venti lated. The Springs are upholstered with hair, husk or any material the purchaser desires, ami the arrangement is so complete that no extra mattress is required. These Mattresses are furnished at prices but little over those of the ordinary kind. Manufactured and for sale by A. F. BEAMAN, At the ware rooms of S. S. Stevens k Sons. au4-3w # 27 Hanover street. louses, #r., for Ssb aitb gent. ifnfi" FOR RENT.—House N'o. '.NJ.Mc- JjLaUlL < .". u^ " u Vl l street. Rent S3OO per year; enquire at •No. 29 North Gay st. auLi tf ( )erre ( K FOH RENT.—Fine lijge OF i, ,i, rn2 cor "cr of North and Baltimore sts. Apply at 50 south Gay street. aufi-tf I TOR RENT.—The FRONT ROOMS on second floor of CARROLL HALL coiner of Balti more and Calvert streets. Apply to , , R - SNOWDEN ANDREWS, Jy' tf No. g Carroll Hail. -grn* FOR RENT.—The new large four ■Sill! Story WAREHOUSE, thirty-three feet front by one tJLtS24 -- 1 hundred ami liftj- live in depth, on the north side of Baltimore street, six doors east of Howard. This supe rior building now completed, is ready for occupation, and will Ik? rented entire or by separate floors. Apply to WM. HENRY NORRIS. No. 79 Fayette st. jy24-taw tf MFOR RENT.—The House No. 101 WEST PRATT STREET, recently fitted up in c superior style, with fixtures complete as a restau rant and dwelling. Apply to J. CROSBY k SON, je2 tf 15 Bowly's Wharf. r-frf- for sale.—dwellincThouse pi'ir AND LOT No. 219 West Lombard street, opposite Medical College. Lot 31 feet front and rear, 170 feet deep to an alley; house 25 by about ninety feet, including BACK BUILDING, three stories high, with all modern fix tures. Stable in the rear sufficient for five carriages, 5 horses and 8 tons hay. Property in fee. Apply to J. CROSBY k SON, je2s-tf 15 Jjpwly's Wharf, pOR SALE. I A NUMBER OK VALUABLE FARMS in Maryland mid Virginia. lm|>orted stock and their descendants, viz: Alderneys, Ayrshire?, Devons and Durham?; Improved Sheep, Improved Hogs, and Shoats for fall killing, Stall ions, Mares, harness and saddle Horses, with a lot of fine Colts, Jacks, Mules, work cattle and fresh milch cows. Agricultural implements of every kind, guano, bone and other fertilizers. Having been a farmer and breeder, I so licit a call from those desirous to purchase. Address MARTIN GOLDS BOROUGH, General Agent, Jclß tf No. 42 N. Calvert street. FOR RENT. —The Second Story, front, pi'tUli the Marble Building. 182 Baltimore street, with Safe, Counters, Desks, &e., suitable for a Banking House, it having been occupied for that purpose for the last two years. This room, from its central location and conspicuous position, is admirably suited for a Banking House, Insurance Office, or Merchant Tailoring Establish ment. Apply to MURPHY k CO., aull-co3t 182 Baltimore st. fgt FOR RENT.—WAREHOUSE, No. Ikiili Hanover street, between German and Lombard " * streets, at present occupied by S. S. Stevens k Sons. It has a large hack building suitable for storage. For terms apyly to EDWD. EARN AN HIS, No. 48 Hano ver street, or R. 11. MITCHELL, corner of Lombard ami South streets. auseo-tf VOR SALE OR LEASE.—Two very eii A gible BUILDING LOTS on Madison Avenue, between Hoffman and Dolphin streets. For terms, &c., inquire at the office of the DAILY EXCHANGE. ma2s-tf FOR SALE.—Uousu No. 80 MeCulloh Bjjijl Street—a commodious and well-built House, in perfect repair and with every modern convenience. Apply to GEORGE A.WILLIAMS, je3-tf No. 141 Hoffman Street. FOR SALE~OR RENT—A Very pliil convenient HOUSE, on the north side of MONU MKNT STREET, between St. Paul and Calvert, will be put in complete order to please a fashionable family. Possession given by the 12th of June. Enquire at H. C. DALLAM'S, No. 29 St. Paul Street, J. W. MYERS, my26-eots No. 42 N. Howard street. SALE OR LEASE.—THE LOT OF GROUND. N. W. corner Calhoun and Mcllenry streets, 157 feet on Mcllenry and 100 feet on Calhoun street. The improving character of that section of the city will recommend it to the attention of those wishing to make a desirable investment. Apply to GEORGE SLATER, apls tf _ 10 Commerce st. ISfV FOR SA L E —The Superior Three ||lj Story DWELLING No., 206 North Charles street, Eager. Having a large Three Story BACK BUILDING, with WASH HOUSE and BATII ROOMS, WATER and (J AS Fixtures complete. The lot is 25 by 150 feet, running hack to a4O foot street. The buildings of the best material, and most substantial construction, having l>een erected under the superinten dence and for the residence of the owner. A capacious and dry cellar extends under main and hack buildings. Inquire on the premises, or of B. T. ELDER, No. 120 South Eutaw Street, mrlS-tf Opposite B. k O. R. R. Depot. SALE.—Six and a half acres on . Franklin and Oregon streets for $45,000; 30 acres on Gay, John, Hoffman ami other streets for $30,000; 40 acres, quarter mile from the city limits, on the Harford road, for $45,000; over $115,000 of Land on West Baltimore, Fayette Mount, Fulton, Monroe and other streets at half the present leasing prices; 1.200 acres in Baltimore Connty that will pay ten per cent, on the investment, $80,000; 18 acres, half mile from the city, near Charles street, handsome improve ments, $36,000; 478 acres, in Baltimore county, with fine improvements, $30,000 206 acres, five milcsbeyond Towson town $20,000:603 acres; at Cockeysville Depot, in lots to suit or will 1h? sold in one tract, for $61,000 4.50 acres in Carroll county, with splendid improvements, includingstock,uten sils, &c., 50.000; 113 acres one and half mile from the city limits, $22,G00; 1,070 acres near Perrymansville Depot, $37- 000, and near the same Depot, 442 acres for $7,500; Indian town Plantation 1,600 acres, (1,300 acres in a high state of cultivation,) only 40.000. Also quite a large number of FARMS, in a dozen different counties of Virginia, from S I .OOO 11) $25 .000. A1 so, 1 arge quantities of UN IM PRO V EI) LANDS, from 50 cts. to $3 per acre. Farms in different counties of Maryland, at all prices, for sale—city property and stocks in many cases taken in exchange. HOUSES at all prices. GROUND RENTS, small and large. Money loaned on Mortgage, in sums over SI,OOO. Applv to fe22-ff JAMES BOYD 26 St. Paul street OFFICE OF THE ORIENT MUTUAL INS. CO. NKW YORK, 24th MARCH, 1858. The following STATEMENT of the affairs of this Com pany, on the 27th February, 1868, is published in conform ity with the provisions of its charter: Premiums unearned 28th February, 1857 $302,001.41 Premiums received during the year ending 27th February, ISSB 061,231.19 Total Premiums $963,232.60 Earned Premiums during the year.5786,743.44 Less Return Premiums $93,520.53 $693,222.91 Losses paid, less Sal vages $356,033.68 Losses ascertained, but not due or wait ing proof 33,700.00 $389,733.68 Re-insurance 68,972.16 Expenses, including Office Rent Taxes Commissions.... • 62,346,82 Discount on cash Premiums, kc. Had and Doubtful Debts 20,955.01 532,007.67 Profit of the year, (239 ft percent.) $161,215.24 Interest on subscri bers' Capital 9,233.22 eaving for distribu tion $151,982.02 f Share h'ld's, 25 per Of which to i cent $37,995.50 D'Prs, 75 per [ cent 113,986.52 151,982.02 ASSETS. 27TH FEBRUARY, 1858. Subscribers' Capital or Cash Capital $750,000.00 Less amount paid in... 150,000.00 $600,000.00 Cash in Ranks $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 Rills Receivable 305,861.74 Uncoll'ted Premiums and liisu ranee Scrip 35,694.97 Salvages, Re iosu'c** ami other Unsettled Claims due the Co., including estimated proceeds of Protested Notes 42,662.41 644,793.53 $1,144,793.53 Tn view of the above result the Board of Trustees have this day Resolved, That a dividend of Sixteen per cent, be de clared on tbe Net Amount of Earned Premiums, (say on $093,222.91,) and also a dividend of Five percent, 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 BIERWORTII, President, ALFRED OGDKX, Vice President, CHARLES IRVING, Secretary, C. MORTON STEWART, Agent, je4tf. 52 SOUTH GAY STREET. JAMES W. ANDERSON & SO W, ENGRAVERS, No. 148 Baltimore Street, BANK NOTE, STEEL k COPPER PLATE PRINTING. INVITATION, WEDDING, VISITING A Cards, etc.. Engraved and Printed in the most fashion able styles. Cori*rate and Notarial Seals, Letter Stamps, etc. London and Paris Visiting Cards, I)e La Rue's En velopes, etc. HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES, AT THE HOUSE FURNISHING WAREROOM3 up C 0 R T I. A N k CO., XE W MA RULE BUILDING. NOS. 210 AND 218 BALTIMORE STREET, Where those commencing or about replenishing, will find everything that may be needed, from the commonest kitch en utensils to the finest Parlor Ornament. They have now on hand a large stock of PATENT AIR TIGHT SELF SEALING CANS, Fur Preserving Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. WATER COOLERS AND FILTERER3. Also, the celebrated ARCTIC REFRIGERATOR, Which they offer to the public, confident of its being the best article extant. jyd tf LOOKING GLASSES! . LOOKING GLASSES!! LOOKING GLASSES!!! LOOKING GLASS, I PICTURE FRAME, CONSOLE, I CORNICE, BRACKET, ; TRIPOD, and PIFR TABLE MANUFACTURER. PHOTOGRAPHIC OVALS of all sizes, patterns and styles, at the lowest cash price. WM. McGREW, No. 24 N. Liberty street, Baltimore, Md. Importer of French and German PLATE GLASS and French and English ENGRAVINGS. The attention of the Public is called to the style of work exhibited at this establishment, only equaled in New York and unsurpassed in this city. ALL OBDERS FROM THE COUNTRY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. _jy2B-dtf WELLS, FARGO St CO. YORK & CALIFORNIA EX PRE S 2SAMAMM, AXV EXCHANGE COM PAX Y A Joint Stock Company—Capital SOOO,OOO OFFICE— B2 BROADWAV, NEW YOKE. Boston office— I San Fran, office— I Phil, office— -39 k4O Court cor Montgomery k 400 Chesnnt st. Square. | California sts. Agents for P. C. Bambalier & Co., Island of Cuba Ex press EXPRESS to California, Sandwich Islands, Oregon and South America. sth and 20th OF EACH MONTH—F.xprcss to Havana by all regular steamers. Goods must V accompanied by invoices. .... . EXCHANGES on California, Oregon, Sandwich Islands and Havana, in sums to suit. Agents in Baltimore— pENDERGAST BROS., 77 Smith's Wharf. NOTICE TO CALIFORNIA BOND HOLDERS. WEI I S FARGO k CO , are now prepared to receive the old Bonds of the state of California transit the same to Sacramento City, and procure new ones, in accordance wRb the Act of 28th April, 1857, and return same to this elkfeoly Office—B2 Broadway, New York, publicities. BY SAML. 11. UOVBB. By virtue of a deed of trust, executed by H. N. WII.MS to the subacribi r, and now of Record in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Baltimore City, will sell at l'ublic Auction on WEDNESDAY MORNING, Autfnst 25tb, at It) o'clock, at the store lately occupied by said Willis, No. liSO West I'ratl St., all the following stock, &c., viz: BARRELS OF FLOUR; I2Q BARRELS RYE WHISKEY; BUSHELS WHITE CORN ; BAGS BUCKWHEAT MEAL; SA fKS FINE SALT; Q SACKS O. A., SALT; DO 1 PROOF SAFE, 1 STOVE, 2 DESKS, 3 CHAIRS. <Lto, ' 1 Cluck . 1 Booking glass, etc. peremptory Terms cash, in par funds. HEIGHE, Trustee, 245 St, Paul st. ~11 * SAMUELH. GOVER, Auct'r. ULI * 84 Baltimore street. M TRUSTEH's SALE.— By Virtue of a undTrsiJn. e T?,', r ? H t,o,,rt fl>r Baltimore city, the Exchange No W l9 & Si "," al J|' e city of Baltimore, on WEDNESDAY the'sti il tV tember, 1858. at 1 o'clock P. M ' ,la> ° f Sc ''" PIECE OR PARCEL OK LAND AVI) PREMISES, situate, lying and being in Baltimore county, in the State of Maryland, being a part of a tract of land called "Jones Adventure,' which is contained within the metes and l>ounds, courses ami distances, following that is to say : Beginning for the same at a stone now planted at the end of fourteen and a half perches in the south sixty degrees east, one hundred and thirteen perches line'of the whole tract, and running thence with said line, now an swering to two degrees retrograde variation, south fifty eight degrees east, and ninety-eight and a half perches to a stone ; thence north eighty-five and a half degrees east eighty-two and a half perches to a stone; thence north twenty degrees east thirty-seven larches to a stake; thence north eighty two degrees west twelve perches to a stone , thence south seventy live degrees west twenty-six and a half perches to a forked walnut tree; thence north nine de grees west eleven and a half perches; thence north eighty four degrees west forty-eight perches; thence north forty degrees west forty six perches; thence south sixty four degrees west forty-five perches; tiience south fifty two de greet west twenty perches to the place of beginning, con taining forty-five acres, two roods and thirty two square perches of land, more or less, with the right, use and priv ilege in common with the late William Hartley, his heirs and assigns, of a road thirty feet wide, leading from the north-eastermost corner of the land above described along the westerinost side of the orchard fence of the said Wil liam Hartley, there situated, to the public road leading from the present dwelling of Thomas Hartley to Joseph n. Wright's mill, at or near the mouth of the lane leading from the saiil public road to the late dwelling of the said William Hartley, deceased. This property is about twelve miles from tin* city of Bal timore, and about one fourth of a mile from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Elysville, and adjoins the lands of Samuel E.Hartley, William B. Hartley and Joseph 11. Wright, and is improved by a two story frame DW ELLING, with stable and other out buildings, and would make a desirable country residence, being a high and healthy *it uation, in a good neighborhood, and with an abundance of good spring water. Terms of sale, as prescribed by the decree, are one-third cash on the day of sale, and the residue in two equal pay ments of six and twelve months, with interest from the day of sale, to he secured by bonds or notes, with security to be approved by the Trustee. The title is good, and the property will be sold free from all incumbrance, as well as taxes for the year 1858 and prior years. JOHN C. BLACKBURN, Trustee. aulo-co27&dts. SAML. 11. COVER. A net BY WTLLIAM HAMILTON. ~ MIN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE of the Circuit Court for Haltiinore city, the under signed, as Trustee, will sell at public sale, on W ED NESDA Y, the 25tb of August, 1858. at one o'clock, at the Auction Sales Room, No. 19 South (Jay street, the two fl lowing described pieces of ground, viz : Beginning for the first thereof, on the west tide of Stock ton alley, as widened 121 feet north from the north-west corner of Stockton alley and Rollins street; thence norther ly, lxmnding on the west side of Stockton alley, eleven feet; thence westwardly, parallel with Hollinsstreet, sixty nine feet, to an alley; thence southwardly, hounding on the east side of said last mentioned alley, eleven feet, and thence, eastwardly sixty-nine feet to the place of beginning. Tbe second of said lots of GROUND adjoins the above described lot on the north thereof, having a front on Stock ton alley of eleven feet with a depth of sixty-nine feet. Each of said lots is subject to the ground rent of twenty five dollars, and is improved by a HOUSE of the width of the lot, 26 feet deep, three stories high with a one-story Back Building. Terms of sale, as prescribed by the decree, are—One half rash, and the balance in four month—the credit pay ments to bear interest from the day of sale, and be secured by the note or notes of the purchaser, endorsed to the sat isfaction of the Trustee. P. M'LAUGHLIN, Trustee WM. HAMILTON, Auctioneer. &ug2-co&ris. BY F. W. 11KWKTT CO. M" SALULI JL I A FAR M " AT TRUSTEES' SALE. In pursuance of a decree of the Superior Court of Balti more city, sittiug in Equity, the undersigned, as Trustees, will offer for sale at public auction, at the Exchange Read ing Rooms, No. 19 South (Jay street, on SATURD \Y AF TERNOON, the 4th day of September, at 1 o'clock, the fol lowing very valuable and desirable property, viz : ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND, situate in Baltimore county, CONTAINING 212 ACRES, more or less, which is particularly descrilwd in a deed in fee for the same from William liwyer and wife to Benjamin P. Power, and oth ers, bearing date on the 15th day of June, ls4o, and re corded among the land records of Baltimore county, (now city,) in Liber T. K . No. 304, folio 169, kc About 20 acres of this land is fine MEADOW; about 50 acres WELL WOODED with oak and chesnnt timber, and the rest in a high state of cultivation. It is well watered, with three never failing streams running through it. The improvements consist of a COMFORTABLE TWO STORY DWELLING, a Smoke House, Carriage House, Corn House, a large Barn and other usual out buildings. There is also a good Lime Kiln on the farm. This property is situated about three quarters of a mile from Rcistertown, and sixteen miles from the city. It is easy of access by the Reistertown Turnpike. The West ern Maryland Railroad, now being constructed, will pass through a portion of this estate. The situation of the property is very healthy and the neighborhood desirable. It adjoins the lands of J. T. H. Worthingtou, J. Duncan and J. Gore, Esqrs. Persons wishing to examine the property will have eve ry facility afforded them by Mr. Clias. Power, who resides on the premises. Terms of sale, as prescribed by the decree —One third cash, and the balance in two equal payments, with a credit of six and twelve months; the credit payments to War in terest from the day of sale, and to be secured to the satis faction of the trustees. BENJAMIN F. lIORWJTZ, CHARLES MARSHALL, Trustees. jy2B-Tu,Fr&ds P. W. BENNETT k CO, Au< ti - TRUSTEE'S SALE OF MINERAL RIGHTS AND INTEREST IN THE FINK Sn V R G COP P K R M/X ES . By virtue of an order of the Circuit Court for Carroll county, the subscriber, as Trustee of Samuel Wildesen.au insolvent debtor, will sell on the premises, near Finks burg, Carroll county. 19 miles from Baltimore, on the Bal timore and Reisterstown Turnpike Road, on SATURDAY the 21st of August, at 1 o'clock, P. M., all the right, in terest and riaim of the said Samuel Wlldesen, in and t<> these VALUABLE MINERAL AND ORE MINES, on that part of the "Elms" estate, lying in Carroll county, and formerly owned by said Wildesen A large amount of money has Wen expended in fitting these mines for successful nnd efficient operation, and un der proper management they could he made very valuable and productive. The ore has Wen pronounced by compe tent chemists to be very rich and pure. To capitalists wishing to engage In the Copper Mining business, a rare opportunity for a paying investment is offered. Terms of sale, cash. WILLIAM FRUSII, Trustee. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons having claims against Samuel Wildesen. prior to the 22d day of December, 1857, are hereby notified to present them, properly authenticated, to the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Carroll county, on or before the 21st day of August. WILLIAM FRUSH, ans-eots Trustee. UITZOW &. Mi MULLEN, No. 17 Cheapside and 47 Calvert street, respectfully inform parties engaged in the LIQUOR BUSINESS, that they have made arrangements to keep on band a large stock of ow priced WINES AND BRANDIES, which they warrant o give satisfaction as to price and quality. j.vl2 tf 'TMtUSSESf TRUSSES!? TRUSSES!!! A SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AXD CUTLERY IX GEXERAL, HEINISCH SHEARS. SCISSORS AND POINTS, I'ZX AM) POCKET KXI VKS, CARVERS AND FORKS. RAZORS it RAZOR STRAPS, TAULE CUTLER V. kc., of the best quality, always on hand, HID! warranted by SAM URL JACKSON, No. 194 Baltimore street, Near St. Paul street, jy3o-dom Baltimore. PA PE R HAN G IJV GS. Constantly on hand the largest assortment of PAPER HANGINGS in the City of the RICHEST AXD CHEAPEST DESCRIPTIONS. Also, EIRE BOARD PRINTS, CURTAIN PAPERS. Sto. As we are the LARCEST MANUFACTURERS IN TIIE BUSINESS, Dealers ami others would consult their in* terests hy calling at our warehouse, 2GO BALTIMORE STREET, (Opposite Hanover.) aplOtf HOWELL it BROTHERS. cj 1M ON J . MARTK NE T, O SURVEYOR, CIVIL ENGINEER AND MAP PUBLISHER, No. 6 SOOTH STREET. Having acquired during the past ten years (seven years in the City Surveyor's Office,) a thorough acquaintance with the City ami vicinity, will attend promptly to LAY ING OFF STREETS, LOTS, kc., in the City, and all ile scriptious of SURVEYS, PLATS and CALCULATIONS in and out of town. Also the PUBLICATION OF MAPS. A large accurate MAP OF CKCII. COUNTY nearly ready mrlO-tf Collection "A G E N C Y . J. D. PRATT & CO., Are prepared to receive and transmit CLAIMS FOR COL LECTION 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, our facilities for effecting speedy and prompt COLL EC TIONS are such as will give entire satisfaction. OFFICE OF THE MERCANTILE AGENCY, corner of Baltimore and South Charles streets. mrO-tf SCHWARTZ SL DL\, 117 LOMBARD STREET, Have in store and for sale at the lowest market prices. 9000 whole, X and X Boxes BUNCH AI-HNS. 500 " " " LAYERS KAISIXS. 100 Drums SULTANA RAISIN'S- . TM ., vna 50 Bales Princess P. S. and Bordeaux ALMONDS. 50 Frails Lisbon P. S. and IvIwALIKiNDS. 100 Bags Ivica and Tarragona A LM( N 1 h 100 Bags Sicily and Hardl shell ALMONDS. 100 Boxes and 20 Bbla. Mudled Ds -100 Bags Naples and Sicily WALNU Ts. 150 Bags HLBEBTS 100 Bags PALM NUTS. 100 Darrein and Bags! LXAS rhCAAS. 200 Cases PRUNES, in glass jars and boxes. 50 Kegs Bordeaux and Malaga PRUNES. 3000 Drums and American Boxes I ICS. 200 Baskets Bordeaux and Marseilles OIL, quarts and pints. 50 Cases SARDINES, whole, halves and quarters. 100 Barrels REFINED SUGARS. 1000 Boxes No. 1 EIRE CRACKERS. 25 Casks CURRANTS. 5 Cases CITRON. 50 Cases PRESERVED GINGER. 150 Frails DATES. 500 Boxes ORANGES. 200 Boxes LEMONS. 40,000 Fresh San Bias COCOA NUTS, SCHWARTZ k DIX, apl3-tf 117 Lombard street. STORAGE AND WHARFAGE. P WAREHOUSES, CANTON. STORAGE on ground floors IN FIRE PROOF WARE HOUSES, for 10 000 tons Guano, Salt or Sugar at moder ate rates and WHARFAGE for largest ships with 26 feet water. Apply to GEORGE A. WILLIAMS. le3-tf No 5 Dugau's Building.