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TIIE DAILY EXCHANGE is published every morning
(Sundays excepted); price Two CENTS; served in the city,
at twelve and a half cents per week, payable to the carri
e rs; mailed to subscribers out of the city, at SIX DOLLARS
perannum. The TRI WEEKLY edition is mailed to sub
scribers at FOUR DOLLARS per annum. TERMS—inva
riably casli ina'vance. OrricE or PUBLICATION —N'ortIi-
East corner of Baltimore and North streets, Baltimore,
Letters to b, addressed " T o THE DAILY EXCHANGE.
Baltimore, Maryland "
BALTIMORE.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 1858.
Encouraged by the success which lias attended
their Daily issue, the Proprietors of the Exchange
are now publishing a Tri-weekly—or Country
edition. This edition contains all the News and
Editorial matter comprised in the Daily; together
with a full and reliable report of the markets
both Domestic and Foreign, and all the new
advertisements. It is furnished to subscribers at
four Dollars per annum, payable invariably in
*dvance. Subscriptions for a shorter period will
be received at the same rate.
Tt is a good tiling to have a friend; one that will
stand by your side, and fight with you, shoulder
to shoulder, the world's battle—one in whom you
can implicitly confide, and who has also a like faith
in you. But that friendship is of little worth which
does not admit of plain, honest,outspoken speech be
tween man and man; which demands concessions
that would involve a sacrifice of personal honor or
dignity; or which is marred continually by an as
sumption of superiority on the one part, or by idle
vapourings, or petty jealousies on the other. If, in
social life, real friendships arc rare, they are even
less frequently to be found between nations, and
could therefore scarcely be predicated of tbe alliance
offensive and defensive which tins existed for sonic
years past between England and France. The fleets
and armies of the two nations, as if moved by the
impulse of a single will, have been sent forth to
gether to do battle in the Crimea, and in China. —
Upon all the great questions of European policy
the views of the two governments were proclaimed
to he in perfect harmony. So close were their rela
tions said to he, that their compact took the higher
title of an entente eordiale. Visits were inter
changed between the sovereigns of the respective
nations, and to all outward appearance the al
liance promised to lie as durable as, in point of fact,
it was really beneficial to the- best interests of both
parlies. It strengthened Louis NAPOLEON In the
position lie had assumed; it enabled England to
baffle the designs of Russia, and, by thus working
together in unison, the two powers were capable of
shaping and controlling the system of European
policy. But while the governments of England
and France were in complete accord, the ohl ani
mosities between the people of Ihe two nations
have displayed themselves, 011 more than one oc
casion, and may succeed in producing a rupture of
the entente eordiale. The pride of England was
wounded by the greater share of honor ascribed to
the French arms in the Crimea. Her refusal to
modify her laws, concerning the right of asylum,
aroused the indignation not only of the friends of
Imperial rule in France, but also the 'well-feigned
anger of the Legitimists and Republicans who
hoped by this means to promote their own ends. The
question of the principalities next arose to disturb
the amicable relations of the two governments,
which were still further compromised by the refusal
of England to consent to the construction of a ca
nal across the Isthmus of Suez, and by • her
occupation of the Island of Perim, in the strails
of Bab-el-Mandeb. All these points of differenc,.
have undoubtedly had the effect, not only of (ire
paring the French mind for a dissolution of Ihe
alliance, but of re-awakening the ancient spirit
of antagonism. That spirit has found expression
recently in the completion of the naval docks and
fortifications of Cherbourg. What Louis XIV
projected as an offensive demonstration against
England, NAPOLEON 111 has energetically prose
cuted, until docks, capable of holding twenty-five
sail of the line, and protected by forts and Lat
teries of immense strength, now occupy the most
prominent point on the English channel. The
English journals sounded an alarm, and charged
Louis .NAPOLEON with entertaining sinister designs
against his ally and neighbor. They demanded
to know why Cherbourg had been created ? The
answer of the Paris Univcrs was prompt and de
cisive. "A great nation," it said, ' -.should always
"boldly avow its acts, and never permit them to
"be misrepresented. Let us proclaim aloud that
"Cherbourg has been created by hostile feelings
"towards England, and that, otherwise, its crca
"tion would have been unnecessary." M. GAIL
LAKDET, originally the editor and proprietor of the
Courricr de.i Etals Luis, of New York, and now
its Paris Correspondent, thus writes of Queen
VICTORIA'S visit to Cherbourg. "What," he asks,
"was the design of the Emperor NAPOLEON in
"bringing the Queen of England to Cherbourg in
"spite of her people, and nearly in spite of licr
"self? This question Lord ALFRED PAGET ad
dressed to the Captain of the Peine Hortcnse; but
"as the reply of tbe latter was not very clear and
"satisfactory, Lord PAGET undertook to solve his
"own question as follows. 'I do not believe,' said
"he, 'that the Emperor NAPOLEON wished to hu
"miliate our Queen, in forcing her to see, with her
"owu eyes, your gigantic labors at Cherbourg.
"He is too gallant for that, and the cordial man
"ner in which lie lias received his royal guest,
"sufficiently refutes that gross interpretation. I
"believe, also, that, he sincerely wishes to continue
"our ally; hut, 011 the condition of not being our
"dupe; and that he has thought that the best way
"of conciliating our respect for him, would he to
"show us what he could do against us, if sepa
"rated from us. It is a lesson that he gives to
"Lord MALMESBURY, and a tacit reply to our insults
"with respect to the Rcgina Coeli• the Danubian
"principalities, and the Isthmus of Suez.' " That
interpretation M. GAILLARDET declares is not only
the faithful echo of his own opinion, and of that of
very many others, but lie has also secu it repro
duced nearly in the same words in a remarkable
article in the Prente, which finds in the Royal and
Imperial interview at Cherbourg, tbe expression of
but one profound meaning: "signification to
"England of a desire to preserve her alliance, and
"the possibility of doing without it." That Louis
NAPOLEON is strongly attached to the English
alliance, M. GALLIARDET asserts cannot be doubted
in the face of his solemn repudiation on board the
Bretagne "of the rancours and passions of another
age," and his reference to "some unhappy incidents"
which had occurred more recently to jeopardize
the amicable relations existing between the two
countries. "Such incidents," adds M. GAILLARDET,
"must not occur too often, or they may triumph
"over the best intentions. If England has compre
"hended at Cherbourg the reciprocity that attaches
"to all equitable contracts, the alliance will be
"durable—if not, not." Now, whilst we may,
and do doubt, whether Lord ALFRED PAGET ever
made such broad admissions, or indulged openly
in such reflections as arc ascribed to him, we sec
no reason to question the fact that some such
motive may have actuated Louis NAPOLEON in in
viting the Queen of England to grace the celebration
at Cherbourg with her presence. But while the
French people recognise in this demonstration the
assertion of a rival power in the Channel; and an
admonition to England that she must beware how
she conducts herself in future; the English people
have been coolly calculating the strength of the
works at Cherbourg, and the extent of the danger
they have to apprehend from the proximity of this
great naval station to the English coast. The
conclusion they have come to is, 'hat they have
not tbe least cause of alarm. The London Times
has estimated tbe number of days it would take to
embark, on board the vessels in the harbor of
Cherbourg, an army of invasion, with all its
munitions and material of war. Comparisons
hare been instituted between the French and Eng
lish seamen, and between the extent of the French
and the English .Marine, and the result of these in
vestigations goes to prove—ifmembers of parliament
and the English journalists, generally, are to be re
lied upon—ithat it would take every sailor which
France has at her disposal, to man properly such a
fleet as would be required to attempt the inva
sion of England with any prospect of success,
and that a3 France has no merchant marine
from which to recruit her forces, in the event
of their being disabled in a naval battle,
she could strike but a single blow. If that
blow failed she could not sustain a long maritime
war because she is wanting in those maritime re
sources of which England has a super-abundance.
It strikes us that, between two nations professing
not merely friendly feelings towards each other,
but bound together in close alliance, all such dis
cussions as bear upon their relative strength and
capacity for endurance in the event of their be
coming hostile to each other, should be avoided as
tending to provoke the very hostilities they both so
earnestly deprecate. We believe with bol d PAGET,
as quoted by M. GAILLARDET, that Louis NAPOLEON
sincerely wishes to remain the ally of England; but
that he must, at the same time, conciliate the
French people. Jiis ambition is to establish, upon
a firm basis, the NAPOLEONIC dynasty; but he is
not yet so firmly seated upon the throne of France
as to be able to reject, with safety to himself, the
countenance and support of his powerful neighbor.
As a friend, though caustic and self-willed, Eng
land is able to do him good service: as a foe, the
history of his great uncle proves what she is capa
ble of accomplishing. A war with England would
be the signal for a revolution, not in France but
all over Europe, and Louis NAPOLEON is too sa
gacious a niau not to know that, however such a
war might bear upon others, it could not hut be
disastrous to himself. We do not think, therefore,
that England has much to fear from Cherbourg, so
long as Louis NAPOLEON is capable of holding with
a firm grasp the reins of power in France.
Vic have examined the lithographed COPY SLITS
of a practical system of Penmanship designed by
Messrs. J. AY. BOND & Co., SG Baltimore street, for
public and private schools, and find them to possess
all the advantages claimed for them, and which
have procured their adoption in the Public Sehools
of this city and of Philadelphia.
DEATH OF KEY. KI.MAZER WILLIAMS, "THE
DAI'l'lIlo."
Iter. Eleazer Williams, the alleged Dauphin, died
at at a small settlement called Hogansburg, in
Franklin county, New York, 011 the Nth inst. A
correspondent of the Journal •/' Commerce says :
About one o'clock 1 entered the grounds and
dwelling, where I found about twenty persons,
mostly females. In the west front room upon stools
stood a large sized coffin, covered with black broad
clnfli I*rl rilvor mounted, and a rich pull having two
deep velvet borders thrown over. Xo plate, letter,
or figure, indicated its contents.
The lid was open, and therein lav the deceased,
clad in lii.s I'piscopal vestments, with a small black
velvet cap covering the top of his bead and the up
per part of his brow. The countenance was remark
ably fresh, the eves not sunken, and hilt for a parch
ed appearance of the lips, nothing inconsistent with
a hale man in calm repose. .Ascending the stairs
in the rear of the house, there is a small garret
like room with plain shelves, containing a library
of about a thousand volumes. Its general charac
ter is theological, and its most prominent feature in
this respect is the large collection of sermons by
eminent French divines of the last century. There
is little of history or biography. Ininartine's 1 fis
torv of the (I'irondi.-ts. Carlyslo's French Revolu
tion, Documentary Colonial History of Xew York,
Lives of Madison, Monroe and Kossuth were ob
served. The miscellaneous books would indicate
little care in selection.
Upon descending, my attention was called to tbe
robe said to have belonged to and been worn by
that queen whose fate has awaken d such deep svm
pathies, and whom the deceased claimed as his
mother.
For elegance and richness of fabric it would not
disgrace royalty, even if the his!ci v given of it be
a myth. I was also shown a sun-painted likeness,
showing a noble head and countenance, said (and 1
doubt not truly) to bo of the deceased—but I
could find little resemblance to the inanimate clav
coffined before me. The floors were all bare, and
the only furniture I saw in the house was a small
table, a small old trunk containing the robe, in the
cast front room, and a pine board lunch in the hall.
Back of the house was a plain turned maple bed
stead, and a pine hoard upright box, with a seat in
it. I was told that there were also in the house
three chairs, one small bedstead and a straw bed,
one other small table, and one other old trunk.
The Rev. Mr. Tredweli,rector at Aialone, preach
ed the funeral discourse.
The remains were borne across to the west side
of the road to a small cemetery, and, under two
pine trees, consigned to the grave, with Episcopal
and Masonic rites.
But what of the Indians, with whom he was rear
ed. if not born? 1 doubt not you will learn with
surprise, that this burial, though in their midst,
and within a mile and a half of their large village,
was not attended by one as a mourner or friend.
About a dozen squaws, neatly attired in their cos
tume, straggled along outside of the procession, of
whom a few entered the church, whilst others sat
by the fence.
There is no doubt that he suffered at last from
the want ol attention and other necessaries.
TIIE LATE ACCIDENT ON THE ALLEGHENY
VALLEY RAILROAD.
The Coroner's .Jury in the ease of Miss Kin
caid, killed by the accident on the Allegheny
Valley Railroad returned for their verdict: that.
"Miss Kincaid came to her death bv the accidental
throwing oft' the track of the rear car of the Ex
press train of the Allegheny Valley Railroad, be
tween Hulton and Johnstone's station, in Blum
township, on the Ist of .September, lssß.
George M. Alexander, conductor, testified that
the train was on time at Johnstone's station, and was
running at usual speed. The road at the point
where the casualty happened is a side cutting, and
the track curved about a three degree curve: the
accident happened at ten minutes past seven oclock.
Rev. G. it. Russell testifies that he went to the track
to ascertain, if possible, what had caused the ear
to be thrown oil': the track gave indications that
the car had been dragged some distance over the
tics: he discovered part of a "brake," which he
supposed had fallen on the track; this he thinks
was the cause of the accident, the fragment of the
"brake" being sufficient to throw the car oft'; he
looked in vain for any other cause ; the rails were
in good order, and the curve of the road by no
means as great as some tliev had previously passed
over: he called the conductor's attention to the
broken "brake," stating to him that it was the
only assignable cause of the catastrophe ; a man
was sent back witli a light to warn a coming train.
The Pittsburg Despatch publishes the following
list of injured persons :
SERIOUSLY INJURED.
.John Rockebv—skull fractured.
Joseph N. M'Creary, arm broken, and otherwise
seriously bruised; To'wnsend street, Sixth ward.
Mrs. M'Creary—arm badly injured.
SLIGHTLY INJURED.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. T. Kincaid, Liberty street, near
Third.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donaldson and son.
" " John Cowell.
" " John T. Shidle.
" " James Wright and daughter, Frank
-1 ill street, Sixth ward.
" " 11. Lolimau.
" " Meyer.
E. Ilazleton, grocer, 05 Liberty street.
Dr. John Perehment and lady,"Allegheny.
Mrs. Kaufman, Clark street, Sixth ward.
Rev. Win. Lynch and ladv, Salem, Ohio.
A COMFORTABLE ESTABLISHMENT.
A correspondent of the New York independent
thus describes the domain of the Duke of Devon
shire at Chatsworth:
"The domain of the Duke of Devonshire would
cover one of our largest counties. The park imme
diately surrounding the palace is eleven miles in
circumference, and contains three thousand acres.
The principal garden for vegetables, fruits, green
houses, etc., is twenty-live acres. There are thirty
green-houses, each from fifty to seventy-live feet
long. We went into three or four containing noth
ing but pine-apples, ripe; others contained nothing
but melons and cucumbers. One peach tree on the
glass wall measures fifty-one feet in width and fif
teen feet inheigth, and bears one thousand peaches.
It is the largest in the world. The grape houses, five
or six in all, are six hundred feet long, and
mall grapes! We saw pineapples weighing ten or
fifteen pounds each. One green house had only
tigs, another only mushrooms. But what shall he
said of the great conservatory filled with every va
riety of tropical plants ? It is one of the wonders
of the world, it covers an acre of ground, is one j
hundred lect htoh. r.f,,,-I -Imp,-, anil cost £.100,000 I
It is heated b.v steam and hot water pipes, which in I
all are six miles in length. The apparatus con
sumes six hundred tons of coal in a year. We saw
banana trees twenty feet high, with clusters of
fruit, sugar-cane, coffee trees, bamboo, and in short
every tropical plant that can be named. Several
of the palm trees are from fifty to sixty feet high.
The smoke of the immense tire underneath is car
ried in pipes under ground to an outlet in the woods.
The coal is brought in a tunnel six hundred yards
under ground. . One fountain throws a jet of wa
ter to the height of two hundred and seventy-five
feet."
COMPLETION OF TIIE DETROIT AND MILWAUKEE
RAILWAY.—To-day the lirst through passenger train
will be run over the Detroit and Milwaukee Rail
way, from Detroit to Mill Point, its western termi
nus, a distance of one hundred and eighty-three
miles. The occasion uill be improved by the I)i
--rectors and officers of the road, with their families,
who will pass over the entire line in the first train.
—Mill Point is situated 011 the northern side of
Grand River, directly opposite in a north-easterly
course from Grand Haven, and distant from Lake
Michigan about two miles. The depot grounds oc
cupy a point formed by the confluence of a broad
bayou, which here sets in from the main channel of
the Grand River. The River at this point is some
thing over a mile wide, thus forming a most excel
lent harbor, and also furnishing an abundance of
wharfage. The heaviest draft of lake steamers
will have no trouble in entering the harbor, or ap
proaching the wharf, in any stage of the weather
or water. The construction of the road to this
point has cost the company in round figures 85.500,-
000, or a fraction over 800,000 per mile.— Detroit
Free Press, Sept. 1.
Eu.i.rxu OFF IS EMIOUATIOX.— For tlic first time in
the history of emigration to the United States from
the British Islands, there is now a preponderance
in the movement towards Australia and Canada over
that, towards these shores. The ollicial returns made
up in England show that for the first three months
of 1858 the aggregate number of emigrants from
Great Britain was 19,000, of whom 8,200 were bound
for the United States, against Hi,720 for the corres
ponding period of 1857. Of the rest, 9,807 were for
the Australian colonies. Emigration for all parts
of the world has not been at so low a figure for fif
teen years past as it now is. It attained its maxi
mum figure in 18511, when it reached 972,725.* This
was reduced to less than one-half in 1857, when the
emigration only reached some 180,000. — National
Intelligencer.
An opposition meeting held at Salem, N. J.,
Sept. 2, was addressed by the Hon. H. Winter Da
vis, of Maryland, and the Hon. \Y iiliam L. Dayton,
of New Jersey, the Republican candidate for the
Vice Presidency in 1856,
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, SEPTEMBER 6, 1858.
SPMNGFIEI.T) AHMOKY. —On a recent visit to tlie j
National Armory at Springfield we found it exlii- j
biting its usual aspect of busy and intelligent in
dustry. We learn that the figures for the past j
year, recently calculated, showed that the average !
cost of manufacturing each musket is (§14.014) j
fourteen dollars one cent and four mills. This av- !
crage is obtained by dividing the whole cost of
maintaining the armorv for one year including all
the items whatsoever, by the whole number of mus
kets manufactured within the year. The musket
consists of 00 separate pieces, which are manufac
tured in different parts of the works, and finished
with such nicety that they may be put together in
discriminately: so that if it should be necessary at
the seat of war, damaged muskets may be repaired
by simply renewing the broken part; or one good
musket may be made from the pieces of two that
have sustained different injuries.
The whole number of persons employed in the
armory is 070. From fifteen to twenty thousand
muskets are manufactured every year. The large
arsenal building contains a quarter of a million
of muskets stored ready for any emergency. A
part of these hail been "ordered to be transferred
shortly to Washington Territory. From the roof
of this building, a splendid view of the surrounding
country is obtained, the elevation being about 220
feet above the Connecticut river. The water-shops
on the Mill River, which weroformcrlv scattered at
three different points along that stream, have been
collected at the uppermost fall, where new and spa
cious buildings have been erected. An immense
power is obtained by means id' a subterranean ca
nal, whereby the whole fall of the river is concen
trated at this place. The Superintendent of the
armory is Gen. James S. Whitney.— Boston Daily
Advertiser.
ACCIDENT ON THE ROCK TSI.AND R.ULiionn.—Yes
terday evening, about C o'clock, a gravel train
coming west ran into a wagon which attempted to
cross the track at Gouger's, and instantly killed
two persons in it, and wounded two others. The
persons killed were Mrs. Ulrich Cassens, and a boy
about fifteen years of age, named Folkert Folkers.
Ulrich Folkers, the father of the bov. was badly
wounded, having an arm and a leg broken. Ulrich
Cassens, the husband of the woman killed, was
slightly cut on the head.
The coroner's jury returneda verdict exonerating
the employees of the road from all criminality or
blame in the matter.— Joliet True Democrat, Ant/.
'lath.
The following is an abstract of the business of the
Pension Bureau, under the act of 3d March, 1855,
for tlie last month, (August):
Number of applications for bounty land re
ceived - - - - 838
Number of warrants or certificates issued 1.055
Total number of applications received 291,381
Total number of warrants or certificates
issued - 227,014
M A R It I F. I),
On the .">il instant, by Rev. !>r. SfcCron, .TOHX R.
ONION to Miss SARAH A. TURNKK, all of this city.
(11l the liii instant, bv Rev. K R. Hera, FRANCIS'.Mt"I.
HOI.I.ANIi to Miss JOSEI'IIIX'K WEIJIS
On the at instant, bv Rev. Weslev Brown, TVILLIAM
S. SORREL to Miss MARY ELLEN SNODEX, both of Bal
timore city.
On Tuesday evening, 31st ultimo, bv Rev. Dennis
Reese, JOHN T. STORY to Miss EMILY BURKE, both of
this city.
1) I K I) ,
Oa the 3d instant, of typhoid fever, Mrs. ANN TAYLOR,
in the 52*1 year of her age.
3u ldenly on the 3d instant, JOHN NIXON, in the 32d
year of his age.
On the 3d instant, AM ELI A A., i\ ife of E. R. Oist, in the
| l2Gt.li year of her age.
j On the3d instant WILLIAM THOMAS, aired 13 months
and 10days, youngest son of Hiratn and Maria Kimble,
j On the 2d instant, at the residence of his brother-in
law. in Kent county, DAVID T. ASJ'KIL, in the 42d year
of his age.
MRS. MONTGOMERV
Has openci! a FIRSTCLASS RESTAURANT, at the X.
K. corner of MADISON AXII GARDEN STREETS. She
is prejiareil to serve up at her house, or to send out to
Families, Parties, KE„ OYSTERS and GAME in every
variety, with all the delicacies of the season on MODERATE
terms. From her long experience in the business on
Franklin street, she flatters herself to be able to please the
most fastidious. sC 3t
FALL STYLE
OF ITATS FOR OF.XTLF.MF.X.
JOSHFA VANS ANT & SON,
trill this day introduce their full fashions of lIAT3 for
Gentlemen, which for the essentials of
QUALITY AND BEAUTY,
CA.X.XOT HE SURPASSED.
s4-4t
FALL—IBSB.
TAYLOR'S FALL IfAT
Will he inaugurated on Saturday, September Ith. In
Model and Mountings it is
STRIKINGLY ORIGINAL,
and will be sure to command the admiration of tha
FASHIOXAISI.E WOK Ll*.
In shape,finish and beauty of prnfmrtions it defies criti
cism and is in fact the beau ideal of a
si 6t GENTLEMAN'S IIAT.
CAUTION TO THF. PUBLIC.
CONSUMERS OF COAL will please take notice that
Messrs. DOBBIN* & WARFIELD, Xo. 30Second street, are
the only authorized agents in this city, for the sale of the
Baltimore Coal Company's Coal, wholesale and retail.
The Company lias not sold or shipped one pound of Coal
to any dealer in Baltimore during this year.
THOMAS WILSON',
President Baltimore Coal Co.
Baltimore, August 12, 185 S. aulz-tf
COAT,,
THE BOSTON COAL COMPANY'S COAL IS THE BEST AND
CHEAPEST IN THIS .MARKET,
And can be had in quantities to suit purchasers, of
T. R. BASSFORD, Agent.
No. B_J£ South street.
CTN-ORDERS promptly executed. au7-dlra
WHEELER & WILSON MANUFACTURING GO'S
IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES,
For Families, Manufacturers and others.
! "In our own family we use one of Wheeler & Wilson's
machines, and we cannot imagine anything more perfect."
—Ed. M." V. Evangelist.
128 BALTIMORE STREET, American Building,
fe22-tf. w. MERRILL, AgentJ
NOTHING IS SO BECOMING to a man or AVO
man as a soft luxuriant head of hair. It is the crowning
ornament of humanity. But alas! how soon it is lost,
and with it all beauty, unless nourished and invigorated
by some chemical preparation, for which nothing has yet
been discovered equal to Professor Wood's Preparation.
CAUTION.—Beware of worthless imitations, as several
are already in the market, called by different names. Use
none unless the words (Professor Woods's Hair Restora
tive, Depot, St. Louis, Mo., and New York J are blown in
the bottle. Sold by all Druggists and Patent M dicine
Dealers. Also by all Fancy and Toilet Goods Dealers in
the United States and Canadas, and by
JOHN C. GIVEN, Chinaman's Tea Store,
au2s-2w 37 and 39 Baltimore street.
I. M. SINGER SC. Go's,
IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES,
THE BEST EVER OFFEIIEB FOR FAMILIES AND
MANUFACTURING.
SOUTHERN SALES AND EXHIBITION ROOMS,
105 BALTIMORE STREET.
83P" To Clergymen of all denominations, and Sewing
Societies attached to Churches, we offer our Family Ma
chine at half-price.
W. E. BRODERICK,
fe24-tf Agent.
COAL NOTICE,
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM Our Friends
and consumers of Coal generally, that we are receiving
and prepared to deliver the Locust Gap and Goal Mountain
COALS, which in appearance, quality and durability, can
not be surpassed by any brought to this market. We
merely desire parties to give these Coals a trial, to con
vince them of this fact; if taken at once we are enabled to
furnish them at a much lower price than later in the sea
son: 2,240 lbs. invariably given to the ton. We also keep
constantly on hand, Lyken's Valley, Short Mountain and
Cumberland COALS.
WASHBURN & HOUSE,
Office, 89 Lombard street, 2nd door,
AU 7 West of South St.
ROOFING ! ROOFING ! ! ROOFING !! !
Economy, Durability and Security.
Warron'A V;„. W.f... I-
FELT AND COMPOSITION ROOFING.
Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing
Purposes.
PERFECTLY FIRF. PROOF,
PERFECTLY WATER PROOF,
UNEQUALLED FOR ECONOMY,
UNRIVALLED FOR DURABILITY,
ADAPTED TO EVERY CLIMATE,
For further information address or call on
JAS. If. JOHNSON,
Xo. 2 Jarvis Building, cor. Xorth and
jy26-tf Baltimore streets, Baltimore.
JOHNSON'S SEWING MACHINE,
PRICE SGO, S7O, and SBO,
For BEAUTY and durability of stitch, finish and design
is not excelled by any other MACHIXE.
| GIBB'S SEWING MACHINE,
PRICE sls, $23, and $25.
The above MACHINES are SPEEDY in their MOVE
MENT, and make a new strong elastic stitch, that will not
rip or break if every fifth stitch is cut.
Salesroom, No. 99 BALTIMORE ST.
pl9-tf L. D. CTTASE, Agent.
KINDLING WOOD! KINDLING WOOD!!
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD, OF ANY SIZE,
Sawed and Split by Machinery.
Owing to theconstantly increasing demand for this wood,
T have greatly increased my facilities for preparing and
delivering it. lam now prepared to fill all orders with
despatch for OAK or PINE WOOD, of any length or size,
delivering it to any part of the city free of cartage, guar
anteeing the same quantity that is contained in a cord be
fore being sawed and split. JAS. H. JOHNSON,
Proprietor City Steam Fire-Wood Mill.
corner of Baltimore and North streets, over
Patriot Office. I
N-P DEFENDERS OF BALTIMORE IN
IK-J 1814—At a meeting of the Executive Committee of j
the WELLS & MoCOMAS MONUMENT ASSOCIATION, !
the following resolution was unanimously adopted :
Resolved , That all those who were engaged in the defence
of Baltimore in 3814 be and they are hereby respectfully
invited to join in the ceremonies to take place on the 13th
September next, at the interment of the remains of Wells
and McCoinas in Ashland Square.
Those who accept the above invitation will please report
as early as possible to the undersigned.
Carriages, &c., will be furnished to accommodate those j
who join with us.
By order of the Executive Committee,
au26-dt!3S W. H. QUIXCY, Sec'y. |
FO R FR E I GUT OR
CHARTER.
A fine COPPERED BARK, 3,000 barrels:
a fine fast sailing SCHOONER, 1,600 barrels. Apply to
W. RHOADS & SON,
90 Cor. Smith's wharf and Pratt street.
-life E O R H O* T O N .
ft*?* SATI' R D A Y ,
September lltli. at 3 o'clock, I*. M. I
The well known favorite Side-Wheel Steamship j
JOSEPH WHITNEY , |
SOLOMON HOWES, COMMANDER,
1000 tons, will leave her wharf, foot of Long Dock, for
Boston, punctually as above.
For passage, having excellent accommodations,
Apply to HENRY D. MEARS, Agent,
Office at Steamer's Wharf.
Fare $12.00, including meals and stale-rooms.
s6 6t
FOR CHARLESTON:
PA SS K NO E RUN E.
gyjVi 1 The well known and favorite steamship
CALEDONIA.
E. V. (i VOKR, Commander,
will sail for the above port on SATURDAY next, Septem
ber 11th. at 3 o'clock P. M.
Fare sls. including meals and state rooms.
No hills of lading signed after the departure of t.ic
steamer.
For freight or passage, having superior accommuda
tions, apply to
A. C. HALL, Ag't,
86 6t 116 Spear's wharf.
SG FOR SAVANNAH, <;\.
<1 r~ frr* TIIE Fine Steamship CITY OF NOR
C. PARKER, commander, will
sail tor the uixive port on SATURDAY, September 11th,
at 3 o'clock P. M.
For freight or passage, having good accommodations,
apply to T. 11. BELT, Jr., Agent.
Union Doek.
Freights foi East and West Tennessee, taken cheaper by
his route than any other. s6 tit
NL--A FOR FREIGHT OR
CHARTER.
A- fine SCHOONER, burthen 6.000 bushels
or 150 tons; 1 do. burthen 5,100 bushels or 130 tons; 1 do.
burthen 4,700 bushels or 120 tons—all in order for busi
ness. Apply to W. RHOAPS & SON,
s6 Cor. Smith's wharf and Pratt street.
WE HAVE FOR SALE A FARM IN
T> HOWARD COUNTY of 196 ACRES, 34 miles by
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, half a mile from a Sta
tion. Also a first-rate DWELLING HOUSE in the neigh
borhood of St. Vincent de Paul's church and other houses
Also two well secured GROUND RENTS at $770. and lots
to lease E. HARRIS* TON,
TIIOS. BRUSCUP,
s6-eo3t* No. 71) Second street.
A/TERRILL, THOMAS CO.
II 1. Arc now opening, at their NEW WAREHOUSE,
No. 239 Baltimore street, near Charles, a beautiful as
sortment of BUNS, I'ISTDLS, BUN MATERIAL, Xe .
lately arrived per steamer at New York, rendering their
stock one of the largest and best selected in the country,
to which they respectfully invite the attention of the
trade. .. sG ltnr
... apLs. TROTTING.-! SENTRAL
001 "KSE. (late Herring Run ) A PURSE
of $25 will be given on TUESDAY, Sep
*r temher 7th. at 3 P. M., mile heats, best 3
in .. m uariiess; free for all horses that never trotted bet
ter than 2 50. To name and close at 42 W . Fayette street,
on Saturday night at 9 o'clock.
STACKING & MURPHY,
s6-2t Proprietors.
INSTRI CTIONS ON THE JUBILEE
5 AND PRAYERS RECOMMENDED TO BE SAID IN
THE STATION CHURCHES. Just published. Price 2
cents, or $1 per 10().
Mi 1 " Such as contemplate attending the exorcises of the
Jubilee will do well to supply themselves with a copy of
THE VISITATION MANUAL.
Containing the most suitable and appropriate instructions
and Devotions for all stated times and occasions that may
arise in the life of a CHRISIIAN. Approved and Recom
mended by the
Most Rev. Archbishop of Baltimore.
The distinguished feature of this new Book of Devotion
is that its forms of Prayer are exclusively confined to those
that have received the sanction and approval of the
Church; which is more than abundantly v ouched for by
the approval and recommendation with which it has been
honored by the learned and venerable Archbishop f Bal
tiinore, whose exactness in such matters is universally
known.
03PA large and varied stock of PRAYER and DEVO
NOXAL BooKS. Arc.. fee., suitable for the DEVOTIONAL
EXERCISES of the JUBILEE, kept constantly on sale, at
the LOWEST PRICES. Wholesale and Retail.
MLRPHY A: CO.. Booksellers, Ac.,
182 Baltimore street,
s6 eoatr Baltimore.
-JL TIMOTHY SEED, in store and.for sale by
J. F. MILLER & CO.,
g64t 7u Bowly's wharf.
CIITRON. —200 Boxes prime new, for sale
d by EDWARD L. PALMER,
*> _ 4 Bowly's wharf.
DATES. —too Frails 111 I, in store mid for
sale by EDWARD 1.. PALMER,
sb 4 Bowly's wharf.
HEELED ALMONDS.— SO boxes prime
U for sale by EDWARD L. PALMER,
sj' 4 Bowly's wharf.
C CHEESE.—50 boxes prime E. D. Cheese
J suitable fur shippers ami grocers, landing and for
sale by RICHARDSON &CO:,
S '* 6t 67 Exchange Place.
HERRINGS. — too boxes prime New No.
1 and Sealed, just received and for sale by
RICHARDSON As ('().,
p b 'it tr Exchange Place.
IN SCIII*I JETER &('<
JLj, COMMISSION MERUIIANTS
AND IMPORTERS
OF
GESMAy, 'HA TANA, AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
No. 91 W. LOMIIAIIII STREET.
Opposite tlie Farmer's and Merchant's Bank,
sfi 3m Baltimore.
BOOTS ANo SHOES. I . -I , T: . LS( -
BOOTS. SHOES and RUBBERS, non- in store, and
for sale by the case, at factorv prices, bv
JOHN C. BALDERSTON,
Commission Mi-reliant,
_ s4 l !nr No 14 Hanover at.
/" M \.\<). —No. I PERUVIAN AND
VXCALIFORNIAN, and A. A. BROWN MEXICAN for
side. X. !■; HKKKY,
- No. 63 Pratt street.
MI'.SS AND RUMP POPtK. - WO bbk,
in good order, for sale bv
■-4 tf JOSEPH CARSON & CO.
OHOULDERS.—SO hhds. Prime City
k.ASmoki-d Damn; 30 ditto Western, in tight casks, for
sale by -4 tf JOSEPH CARSON & CO
PRIME SHERRY.—i nvi-ivil an in
voice of line SHERRY, the best imported from the es
tate of Widow Harmony, and v.ell worth the attention of
gentlemen wanting a superior Sherry Wine. For sale by
GEO. HOLLINS.
s4 2w corner Fayette and Charles sts.
CHIPPING HAMS.—2.I HH) pieces small
EJsize, in canvass, and prime quality, for sale bv
_ 4 SMITH k NICOPEMUS.
. Ic Co.'s celebrated Cincinnati S. C. Ilams, just re
ceived and for sale by
s4-tf SMITH & NICODF.MI'S.
npZ Hhds. Prime li \< !ON SHOULDERS,
/ brands, bright and handsome, for sale In
s4-tf SMITH A- NICODEMUS.
1 fjf) lllitis. \Y extern Smekeii BACON
ADV/SIDES: 50 hhds. City do. do. do.; 60 hhds. City
do. do. SHOULDERS: for sale bv
s4 tf SMITH h NICOPEMUS.
OFFICE OF TIJF.
MARYLAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB,
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2S-tf 200 Baltimore street.
DEAN, ADAMS AND DEAN COLT'S
REVOLVERS, small size.
D. I). TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
PURDY'S, LANCASTER'S AntfDEAN,
Adams' k. Dean's GUNS, imported to order, by
I). B. TRIMBLE,
au3o tf Baltimore street.
CINGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL
DI'CK GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2B tf 200 Baltimore street.
nPHE CELEBRATED Carroll Island Duck
1 GUN, by Westly Richards.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2S-tf 201) Baltimore street.
DOUBLE "BARBELL BIRD GUNS - ll^
Richards, Manton, Greener, Moore, and all English
makers; for sale by D.B.TRIMBLE.
au2B-tf 260 Baltimore street.
BOYS' SINGLE~7VNI>" DOUIJLE J3AR
RELL BIRD GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
17* RRNCIfIiREE( II LO A DING'SI l( )T
. GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2S-tf 200 Baltimore street.
P V ERY ARTICLE i N TIIE SPORTIN( i
JLiLINE, to be had at
THE SPORTSMAN'S wincuaUßC,
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
DECOY DUCKS, at Manufacturers' prices
I). B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
COTTON.- —250 bales Tennessee Cotton
for sale by HENRY RIEMAN & SONS,
s2-tf Howard st.
r | 1\.—200 bbls. Tar landing and for sale bv
JL S4 tf JAS. CORNER k SONS.'
nPHE AMERICAN SYSTEM OP
L P E N M A N SHIP!
THE SI BSCRIBKRS have just ]>ohli.shed a series of
WRITING COPIES
FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS,
ENGRAVED
IN THE FINEST STYLE OF TIIE ART,
And printed upon thick Plate Paper—to be used in connec
tion with the IMaiu Copy Books, which, upon examina
tion, will be found to be a saving of more than FIFTY
PER CENT, in the expense of Writing Books.
The Public Schools of Philadelphia and Baltimore, have
adopted this plan in the place of the Printed Copy Books;
and a Committee of the Philadelphia Schools having
charge of this subject, report that l>y the use of the Plain
Copies, together with these Copy Slips, will he a saving of
MORE THAN TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
per year to the Public Schools of that city.
The Commissioners of tlie Public Schools of Baltimore
city have determined to adopt the Plain Copy Books,
which, together with the use of the Slips, will save to
them annually, at least.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
The Slips are thirty-two in number, engraved upon thick
Plate Paper, put up in a box, containing an equal number
of large, round and small hand copies, notes, drafts, fee.,
which will last a scholar at least one year. Price only
twenty five cents per box.
THE EXCELSIOR COPY BOOK, a superior article of
Plain Copy Book, made of the best White Laid Cap Paper,
not excelled by any Writing Book in the Union.
J. W. BOND & CO.,
s4-2t 86 Baltimore Street, Baltimore.
WILLIAM .1. O'BRIEN.
A TT O R X EY- A T LA W ,
Xo. 59 Fayette Street,
NEAR ST. PAUL'S STREET, BALTIMORE,
Will practice in the Courts of Baltimore City, and the ad
joining counties. s4-lv !
AGENCY OF THE HAZARD row-
DER CO.—The undersigned having a large and com
plete assortment of sporting, shipping, mining, and blast
ing POWDER, in their magazine, are prepared to execute
all orders for this justly celebrated Powder, at manufac
turer's prices. *D. J. FOLEY & BRO., Agents,
aul6-dtf 50 South street.
QTORAGE AND WHARFAGE.
Iks PATAPSCO WAREHOUSES, CANTON.
STORAGE oil ground lloors IN FIRE PROOF WARE- |
HOUSES, for 10.000 tons Guano. Salt or Sugar at moder
ate rates and WHARFAGE for largest ships with 25 feet
water. Apply to
GEORGE A.WILLIAMS.
ie3-tf No. 5 Dugan's Building.
QCHOOL AND CLASSICAL HOOKS. I
Ac.—The undersigned desire to invite attention to I
their extrnsive and varied stack of SCHOOL and CLASSICAL
BOOKS, PAPER, STATIONERY, Ac., comprising, in addition j
to an extensive list of TIIF.IROWN PUBLICATIONS, a LARGE I
STOCK of all the principal SCHOOL and CLASSICAL
BOOKS published in tlie United States. All of which they
are prepared to sell at the LOWEST PRICES. Wholesale and
Retail. MURPHY & CO.,
Publishers and Booksellers,
s4-3t l <- 2 Baltimore street.
POCKET FRUIT KNIVES. WITH SIL
VER BLADE, just received, together with a large va
riety of fine Steel Bladed Pocket Knives, of the best pat
terns. For sale, wholesale and retail, by
CORTLAX A CO..
Importers and Dealers in
au2o tf Table Cutlery, Plated Goods, kc.
PRESERVING KETTLES, — Bull Metal
and Fnglish Enamelled PRESERVING KETTLES,
of every size, and guaranteed of the very best quality, re
cently imported, and for sale, wholesale and retail, very
low. CORTLAX & CO., Importers of
Foreign, Fancy and Staple Goods,
au2o-tf No. 216 Baltimore st.
\ SPECULATION.— The PubKc are in-
JL jL vited to call at my store to see the latest improve
ment in WASHING MACHINES—for which Patent Rights
for the States of Delaware, Maryland, and District of Co
lumbia. are for sale.
ALFRED 11. REIP,
aul4 tf No. 337 Baltimore st.
tLEA W. ARNOLD'S
T DOMESTIC BREAD,
Ao. 11S WEST FAYETTE STREET.
AGENTS WANTED! AGENTS WANT EDI!
Having dissolved all connection with the Mechanic..
Bakery, I am now prepared ti furnish for the trade from
1 to 5,000 loaves of bread per day. au4-eotf
I OOKING GLASSES!
J LOOKING GLASSES!!
LOOKING GLASSES!
LOOKING GLASS, I PICTURE FRAME,
CONSOLE, 1 CORNICE,
BRACKET, TRIPOD, and
PIER TABLE MANUFACTURER.
PHOTO(iRA PHIC Ol'A LS
of all sizes, patterns and styles, at the lowest cash price®
WM. McGREW,
No. 24 X. 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 ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY WILL RECEIVE PROMP
ATTENTION. jy2B-dtf
CIORNS, BUNIONS, NAILS PENETRA
/ TING THE FLESH, extracted without pain, so tha
tlie hoot can he worn immediately without the least incon
vcnlcncc, by I>lt. PAINTER,
Surgeon, Chiropodist,
jv9 1v Offieo No *JI N. Calvert street.
GOMETHING NEW
AT NO. 80 BALTIMORE STREET.
O. HERRING,
Dealer in every variety of PAPER HANGINGS, FLOOR,
TABLE and STAIR oiLCLoTH, 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.
PAPER-HANGING attended to with promptness and dis
patch both in the City and Country.
O. HERRING,
4 e7-ly (Old Stand.) No. 80 Baltimore street.
DANCING ACADEMY.
CHARLES L. SPIES.
At his old establishment, corner of Baltimore and Charles
streets, will commence on TUESDAY, September 14th.
HOURS OF TUITION—For Young Ladies, Misses and
Masters, on Tuesdays and Saturday afternoons; and on
Tuesday and Friday Evenings for Gentlemen
For particulars. Mr. Spies will attend at his rooms every
day from 2 till 5, and 7 till 10 o'clock.
CJP"The Saloon and adjacent Rooms have been thor
oughiy repaired, and will be rented for Balls, Concerts,
&c., on reasonable terms. au3l -eo3w&d3t
HARD W A IJ E . M^ufocturers'
Agents for the sale of all kinds of A MERICAN and
FOREIGN HARDWARE. HISS & COLE,
fe22-tf 27 k 29 South Charles street
HPHE BALTIMORE COAL COMPA
JL NY'S SOLE AGENTS for this citv, are
MESSRS. DOBBIN (- WAR FIELD
au3o-tf No. 36 Second
PATENT BALANCE.— One large Patent
Balance with dish, oan hooks, kc., for sale low by
GEO. L. HARRISON,
au3l tf 6(PDonnelPg Wharf.
MOUNT VERNON CO.,
OFFICE, Xo. 94 LOMBARD STREET,
Manufacturers of
COTTON CANVA'S.
ALSO
RAVEN'S DUCK, SEINE AX'I) SEWING TWTX'E
ap3o-tfr
F.nw. KfltTZ KHlirin, WILLIAM R. BARRT,
FRANCIS 1). LUNEV, KOI EKT S. FINLEY.
IUYIN NEALK
HARDWARE.—
SG'HAEFFER & I.ONEY,
IMPORTERS OF
HARD WAR E , CVTL ER Y , GUNS,
JVO. 3 HA NOTES STREET,
NEAR BALTIMORE STREET,
jyl tf BALTIMORE.
K O I L T A I! L K
OAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY,
> A OE BOSTON.
CAPITAL $850,000.
DIRECTORS:
JOIIX T CLARK, LEWIS W. TAPPAN,
BENJ. BURGESS, G. B. WESTON',
B.C.CLARK, CHARLES O. WHITMORE,
A. M.FISKE, WILLIAM BRAMHALL,
CHAIILES SCUDDF.R, JOHN'S. WRIGHT,
JOHN H. PEARSON, WILLIAM ROPES,
STEPHEN* FAIRBANKS, GEORGE B. UPTON,
WM. W.GOPDAKI), THOMAS GRAY,
GEORGE CALI.KNDER, CHARLES LARKIN,
JOSEPH ISSIGI, JAMES LEE, Jr.
JOHN CLARK, President.
SAMUEL WHEELER, Sec y.
BOSTOS, 411) August, ISSS.
Merchants of Baltimore wishing to effect MARINE OR
INLAND INSURANCE with the above Company, will
please apply to WILLIAM SPEAR, No. 65 Second street,
Baltimore. JOHN CLARK,
au7-dlm Pres't. Equitable Safety Ins. Co.
RPHE BALTIMORE COAL COMPA
JL NY'S SOLE .AGENTS for this city, are
MESSRS. DOBBIN k WAR FIELD,
| QIIARLES D.~DEFORI) IK CO.,
TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND IMPORTERS OF
HAVANA CIGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO,
No. 37 SOUTH GAY STREET,
BALTIMORE.
MAXUFACTURED TOBACCO.
We are agents for most of the manufacturers of Tobacco
in Virginia and North Carolina, and through them we are
regularly supplied with all the various grades of Chewing
Tobacco.
HAVANA CIGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO.
Our arrangements for supplies of Cigars and Leaf To
bacco, through our Agent, who resides in Havana, enable
us to offer as large an assortment of the various qualities
as any house in the United States.
AMERICAN LEAF TOBACCO.
We have always on hand Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Con
necticut, Ohio, and other kinds, suitable for home trade
and exportation; also,
SNUFFS, SMOKING AND FINE CUT CHEWING
TOR A CCO,
PIPES AND TOBACCO KNIVES,
jylO tf LIQUORICE, TOXQUA BEANS, kc.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
JL COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE.
Mr. THOMAS I) JOHNSTON, Agent of the following
Insurance Companies, has dulv complied with the LAW
relating to the "AGENCIES OF FOREIGN CORPORA
TIONS," passed March 8,1858.
\\. 11. IT UN" ELL, Comptroller.
MARINE INSURANCE.
THE MERCANTILE MUTUAL
MA RINK
INSURAXCE COMPANY,
NEW YORK,
ELLWOOI) WALTER, President.
Assets Januarv 1,1858,
XIN E H U X D RED A X D TIIIRT Y TH O U S A XD DOLL A RS
Scrip ami Cash Dividend
TWENTY EIGHT AND ONE HALF PERCENT.
OPEN AND SPECIAL POLICIES
ISSUED ON' THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS.
PREMIUMS LIBERALLY CREDITED.
TIIOS. 1). JOHNSTON,
73 SECOND STREET.
THE SCCRIUTY FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $260,000.
POLICIES ISSUED. LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID IIT
TIIOS. D JOHNSTON,
FULLY ACCREDITED AGENT.
THE PHEXIX FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $280,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED ANI) PAID BY
TIIOS. D. JOHNSTON,
FULLY ACCREDITED AUEN*T.
THE NEW WORLD FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
CASII CAPITA!. AND SURPLUS, $234,000.
POLICIES ISSUED. LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
TIIOS. !>. JOHNSTON.
FULLY ACCREDITED.AGENT.
THE RESOLUTE FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $240,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
TIIOS. I). JOHNSTON,
FULLY ACCREDITED AGENT.
TIIE ALBEMARLE FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SIBB,OOO.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
TIIOS. D. JOHNSTON,
FULLY ACCREDITED AGENT.
THE LYNCHBURG
INSURANCE Co. OF VA.
CASH CAPITAL AX'I) SURI'LI'S, SISI,OOO.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
THOS. I). JOHNSTON,
FULLY ACCREDITED AGENT.
THE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF
TIIE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $354,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
THOS. D. JOHNSTON,
FULLY ACCREDITED AGENT.
The stock of the above Companies ranges from 30 to 60
percent, above par, and they pay annual dividends of 16
to 20 per cent.
Their assets are invested i-. the most reliable and availa
ble securities, ami are amide for any emergency which
could arise under the sagacious jurisdiction which controls
their operations.
JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS,
je4-MWFtfr 73 SECOND STREET. '
RYO SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
X MERCHAX'TS.
S C H A E F F E R & I, O X* E Y
NO. 3 HANOVER STREET, HALT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN '
HARDWARE, CUTLERY AND GUNS.
Importing our foreign goods direct, and obtaining oar
American Hardware from the best manufacturers for cash
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.
Clte • jyl9.lt
TJARBEE'S "FISHER GIRL."
This exquisite production of American genius is now on
exhibition at CARROLL HALL, in Room No. 3, where
she may be seen from 9 A. M. till 1 P. M., and from 3 till
10 P. M\, during the present month. Admittance 25 cts.
Seas 'ii Tickets -1. s2 c.t •
JLJOLLIDAY STREET THEATRE.
KUXKEL k CO Lessees.
JOHN T. FORD Manager.
FIRST NIGHT OF MR. AND MRS. W. J.FLORENCE,
THE IRISH BOY AND YANKEE GAL!
On MONDAY EVENING, Sept. 6, 1858,
Tlie performance will commence with the Comic Drama,
entitled
TEMPTATION,
Or—THE IRISH EMIGRANT!
Tim o'Bryan Mr. AY. J. Florence
Tom Bobolink Mr. J. Harrison
Mary Travers Miss M. Parker
To be followed by Tayleure's Farce, entitled
A LESSON FOR HUSBANDS.
Fanny Tottle, with a Medley song....Mrs. AY. J. Florence
Madame Kittotta, an Opera Singer,
with a Mock Cavatina Mrs. AA". J. Florence
Mad'slle Julie, a Danseuse, with a
Spanish Dance Mrs. AA'. J. Florence 1
Hezekiah Slocum, a Yankee, with a
Yankee song Mrs. AA'. J. Florence
Molly Leaf, with song Mrs. A\\ J. Florence
Tom Farrel, a Sailor, with Hornpipe.Mrs. AV. J. Florence
Fred O'Bleary Mr. AV. J. Florence
To conclude with the Farce of
PADDY MILES' BOY.
Paddy Miles' Boy Mr. AY. J. Florence
PRICES OF ADMISSION:
Dress Circle and Parquette 50 cents. |
Family Circle 25 "
Colored Boxes u
Colored Gallery 25 44
No extra charge for reserved seats. Doors open at 7 1
o'clock—to commence at o'clock.
(L versions.
_ SEA BATHING
! tL'A-uxiLjrV. AT
! OLD POINT COMFORT AND HAMPTON.
One uf tlie 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.
Vtr- tboro ltD'l Imek ffl, tho pßHOn|f>r the privi
lege to remain the whole season.
M. N FALLS, Asrcnt %
jell-tlO Baltimore Steam Packet Company.
Mants.
WANTED. A comfortable two-story
Piiji 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
TITANTEI) TO RENT.—A small Dwell
▼ r ing within ten minutes walk of South ami Balti
more streets, rent not to exceed $l5O. Address IN
QUIRER, office of Daily Exchange. jy26-tf
year IrSS by Eugene Dupuy, in the Glerka
DUPUY'S -I
I ?<?:•;■] PEBFunis, f!
j Fnsurpansed iv Fragrance* '3 (
V A>nl SUiiult&t iu its Ljccellence ! !
H KISS-ME-QUICK ilj
t IMstillud from Fragrant Tulips. |l :
| CHEMIST, | •
I Hroasw?.y. j : M I
For the Southern District of New A'ork. I
A Pleasing Appearance it the. First Letter of
Rccom mendnlion.
GODFREY'S
EXTRACT OF ELDER FLOWERS,
FOIL SOFTENING TIIE SKIN AND IMPROVING TIIE
COMPLEXION.
EUG EX E DUP UY ,
609 BROADWAY* N. U.,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES.
Tlie object of this Circular is to give publicity to the
most valuable and efficient remedy that has been yet
been introduced in the practice of medicine, for the pur
pose of removing every unsightly appearance from the
skin, and preserving to it to the latest period of life nearly
all the firmness and freshness of youth. Extensive expe
rience and minute observation have long satisfied the
proprietor that if applied as directed it will speedily re
move any unsightly appearance, such as Tan, Sun-Burns,
Freckles, &c., and quickly cure all Pimples, Humors and
Eruptions which may disfigure the countenance; and will
also impart to the skin the most delightful softness and
delicate clearness; in short, to preserve a pleasing com
plexion through life, nothing is required but the use of
GODFREY'S EXTRACT OF ELDER FLOWERS,
The sweetest and really the. most perfect
BEACTIFIER IN NATURE.
Tliis admirable preparation of Elder Flowers is very
fragrant as a perfume. Elder Flowers have from the
earliest ages been esteemed as a mild and harmless, yet most
perfect beautifier of the skin. Tan, Sun-Burns, Freckles,
Redness, &c., it will speedily and completely remove.
CHILDREN.
It is singularly beneficial and perfectly inoxous, even to
the youngest infant.
SHAVING..
It is valuable beyond anything, annihilating every
pimple and all roughness, rendering the skin soft and firm,
preparing it so completely for the razor.
FAMILY LOTION.
Godfrey's Extract of Elder Flowers will be found beyond
all praise, and needs only a trial to be approved.
A GENTS:
GARY. HOWARD k SANGER, New York.
SCHIFFELIN BROS, k Co., u
F. C. WELLS k Co., u
J. W. XORCROBS k Co., Boston and New York.
And all other Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
jeU-2aw4m
TELEGRAM 1 (.'ABLE.
We have received from Tiffany k Co., New York, speci
mens of the CABLE, 4 inches in length. Each piece is
accompanied with a copy righted fac simile certificate of
Cyras W. Field, Esq., that it is cut from the genuine Ca
ble. 5U cents each. At
s3-tf A WEBB'S JEWELRY STORE..
IT*! LITHER REDUCTION.
1 We have this day made a FURTHER REDUCTION
in the prices of our
CEMENT AND CALCINED PLASTER,
and shall be pleased 10 sell to the trade ami dealers our
well known brands of
ROSEN DA LK CEMENT and
CALCINED PLASTER
in quantities to suit. CARR. GIKSE k CO.,
s3 4t 21 Spear's wharf.
ItriNDOW GLASSS, PAI NTs, &c.
▼ ? BAKER BROTHERS & CO.,
Nos. 32nwd 34 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
Importers of French and Manufacturers of Baltimore
WIN DO IU CLASS* DR (Hi GISTS' GLASS
WARE, VIALS. BOTTLES, JARS*
FLASKS. ETC.
IMPORTERS AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
Alum, Roll Brimstone,
Copperas, Castile Soap,
Epsom Salts, Castor Oil.
Saleratus, lunseed Oil,
Bi-Carb. Soda, White Lead,
Sal Soda, Chrome Green,
Refined Saltpetre. Chrome Yellow,
Borax, s3-ly Paints in oil. all kinds.
Baggg T s a EXCELSIOR!
' HICK K R ING' S PIANO S .
I .1 Q II The subscriber, sole agent iu Baltimore
for the celebrated CHICK KRIXG PIANOS, will constant
ly keep on band, and l>e in regular receipt of these superb
instruments, which for quality of tone, elegance of style,
sujierior finish and durability, Thalberg says—are beyond
earn pari son the best in America. Also, MUSIC, and
STOOLS, kc. Second-hand Pianos, from SSO to S2OO. —
MELODKONS, &. J.T.STODDARD,
No. 4 S. Calvert street.
Tin. l following testimony from S. THALBERG, to the
quality of these instruments, abundantly commends
them:—"l consider the CHICK KRIXG & SONS' PIANOS
far beyond comjxtrison , the BEST I have ever seen in
America." * ■* * "I have much pleasure in certify
ing that there are no superior instruments in Europe." —
Addressed to J. SIKGLIXG & SON, Charleston, S. C . a d
X CARUSI, Richmond, Va. &u2B
QAS FITTING AND FIXTURES
BLAIR. & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
GAS FIXTURES,
No. 3f.fi W. BALTIMORE STREET
N. B. GAS PIPE INTRODUCED by experienced workm
and warranted free from leaks.
RE GILDING. RE BRONZING, and SILVERING done at th
shortest notice. ap29 tfr
A. ™
MARBLE WORKS,
MAXTELS, MOXUMEXTS AND TOVBSTOXF.S
BUILD IN 0. WOR K ,
N. CALVERT STREET, NEAR FRANKLIN,
J.vW-dly
DOBBIN & WARFIELD.
NO. 36 SECOND STREET.
Sole Agents of
THE RA L TIMO RE' CO A L COMPA XT
ALSO. AGENTS FOR THE BEST
(4 E ORG E' S CREEK CUMBERLAND COALS
aulS tf
\ T NO. 42 North Calvert street, comforta
-I i-lile Rooms and Board can bo had for married or insrle '
persons. MARTIN GOLDSBOROUGH, I
aulot . f _ A (tent for keepers.
I A. DUSHANE,
*9 . COMMISSION PAPER DEALER,
A". 40 S. CIIAREES STREET. NEAR LOMBARD, i
BALTIMORE. Ml).,
Has just received and now offers for sale a large and well
assorted stock of Writing, Printing, Book and Wrapping
1 apers: Binder's. Trunk, Straw, Bonnet Boards, kc Hav
ing bwn appointed agent by Tliaddeus Davids k Co. for
the sale of thetr unrivalled Mucilage Ink. Sealing Wax,
Black Saml. &c., lie is prepared to furnish tliem at the I
mmiufiicHirers prices. Attention is respectfully solicited 1
to bis stock generally. Paper of every description made 1
to order at short notice. au 3l t f
\AT.M. ROBINSON",
V T No. 81 BOWLY'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
WHICH HE WILL SELL AT LOWEST MARKET
PRICES,
WINTER AND FALL SI'ERM OIL, )
" ELEPHANT OIL, BLEACHED I
„ " SOLAR OIL, )- AND UN
" . r " ) BLEACHED ' |
MACHINERY, LUBRICATING & CYLINDER SPERM I
NORTH-WEST COAST WHALE OIL.
STRAITS, RANK AND SHORE-TANNERS' OIL.
• " AND ADA MAXTIXE CAXDI.ES.
J> 'tf ABBORTID SIZES.
POLL E CTION A GEN CY .
Are prepared to receive'and transmit CLAIMS FOR COL
LECTION in any city or county in the United States or
Britisli Provinces. Being in direct and frequent corres
pondence with reliable Attorneys in every city and county,
our facilities for effecting speedy and prompt COLLEO
TIONS are such as will give entire satisfaction.
OFFICE OF THE MERCANTILE AGENCY, corner
Baltimore and South Charles streets, mre tf
(gbutation.
IVfll. S. F. STREETER'S SEMINARY
-LTX- FOR YOLJXG LADIES,
S. E. corner of Charles and Read sts..
We be re-opened on MONDAY, September 13ih.
Applications for admission may be made to the Priori
pal on any day before the commencement of the session
s4 7t*
XT"E'VVTO'S IUNIVERSITY.
1* No. 92 SARATOGA ST..
Three doors west of the Central l'resb.vterian Church, (for
merly Kev. Dr. Stuart Robinson's.)
A\ ill commence its Fourteenth Annual Session on Mux
DAY, Sept. (ilh, with its usual ellioient corps of Profess,
and Teachers. JI. w. HEATH, 1.. I. ]>..
President.
BALTIMORE FEMALE COLLEGIA.—
The improvements of this Institution have been com
pleied, and the Nineteenth Sosion will open S KPT KM RKK
6th, under a Faculty of twelve able instructors. The
course of study is liberal, and tlie accommodations ample
and elegant. lit no institution in the countrv, perhaps,
are the arrangements better calculated to promote the
comfortof the pupiis. or afl'ord tlieni greater facilities for
study. Persons looking for a School for their daughters,
are invited to call and examine the premises, or send for
a Catalogue. (au.".(l-eo4t| X. C. BROOKS, Pres't
BELEC 1 CLASS.—The undersigned, with
the view of educating his own daugliters at liouie
proposes to receive at Ids residence, opposite I*nion Square,
a limited number of Young Ladies. The Class will he un
der Ills personal sttjiervision, assisted hv a resident In
structress. shonhl it he necessary. Professors of Music and
French will come to the house, at si ilied hours, to give
their lessons. Ihe exercises of tlie Class will commence
on the 4th of OCTOBER next.
Terms—for English Studies, per Quarter, 415 Pupils
under 10 years nf age, $lO. Music on Piano. sls Sta
tionary and Fuel, $:!.
au262awtoctl' M. 1.. FORBES.
117"VKEliAM SCHOOL—Ma,Iis, H , st.
v T Rev'ti. TIKIS RICHEY M. A.—Rector.
Kev'd. G. F. M(>KISO\, (lateprincipal of Rugby Acad
cmy, Washington. D. (' ) Principal.
T. LKSKIE, A. M.—Professor of Modern Languages.
This Institution will be open f ( , r the reception of pupils
on tlie FIRST OF OCTOBER. The course of studies will
be comprehensive, including the Modern Languages.—
Terms of instruction moderate. For further particulars
enquire of the above. Circulars containing all necessary
Information, will be issued in a f u days, and may le had
1 at WATERS' Bookstore. au2B-dtf
'pflE MISSES CO A EE'S SCHOOL,
X Will re open, on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 15th \o
46 Mnlberry st. au2B tSI3
pULPEPPEK MILITAPiV
V_Y I.VSTITI'TE, VA.
The next session of this Institute will commence on tlie
FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER. l'-5s For cata
logues apply to CIIAS. E. I.KSHTFODT,
Superintendent C. M.I.
nul6-tISS Culpepper C. 11., Va.
C CLASSICAL A.M.) M A'i'H EMATK 'AT,
4 SCHOOL.—PROF. TOPPING will re open his -eliool
on Madison street, near Mt. Calvarv Cliurch,on M\P \ Y '
the loth of SEPTEMBER.
The course of instruction includes all tlie usual English
branches, in addition to Languages and Mathematics
Further information may be obtained at the school rooms,
between tlie hours of 4 and fi P. M., during the week pre
vious to the opening of the school.
E. M. TOPPING, A. M., )„ . . ,
CEO. C. CAREY. A.M., ) Principals
au23 dld* WILSON STRYCKKK, Assistant.
HALL OF s r. JOHN,
■A'O. 271 MADISOX ATEXUE.
(SKCnXIi Puna ABOVE HOFFMAN SI )
I! El 'TOR;
BENJAMIN I! GRISWOLD, A. M.
This is a Protestant Episcopal Scho.d for a limited nuni
her nj ttiij/s. French Classes under M. PES POMMIERS
Boys received from 10 to 14 years of ago. and retained
until carried to any degree of advancement desired. The
School re opens on MONDAY. September 6th.
Circulars at Mr. WATERS' HOOK STORE and at the
Episcopal reading rot m. ant dtf
THK CO LLEi; E <>F .s'|'. j\m
X M ARYLAND.—The nxt ANNPAL SKSSInX begins
on W KDXKSDAY. September 29th. Punctual attendance
on that day is requested. Applicants can enter any clasa
in the Preparatory School, ~r in tin- College, for'whion
upon examination they• an* found qualified. CnMMEU
CIAL STUDIES pursued t>y those whose parents desire >r
Ample accommodations are provided tor one hundred and
twenty pupils.
Terms— Two hundred and fifty dollars (£250) for the
session, payable SEMI annually in ad vane, covering all
expenses of Tuition ami Boarding. For admission apply
to the Rev. Dr. KMR FOOT, Rector, College St. .lames
Postoffice, Maryland. jyg tf
Jpcultatal.
U EESE'S
IV "MANIPULATED GUANO,"
ANALYSIS.
Ammonia, 8 per cent.
Phospate of Lime, 45 to 50 per cent.
Water, 6 per cent.
In perfectly pulverized condition.
CALIFORNIA RUANO.
ANALYSIS.
Ammonia, 10 percent.
Phosphate of Lime, 2.'! per cent.
Water, 2$ per cent.
By comparing the above analysis, the superiority of
REESE'S "MANIPULATED" will be apparent, both in
reference to the rclativoquantity of water and phosphates
For sale—The above articles. Also, PERUVIAN
GUANO. JOHN S. REESE & CO..
No. 77 South street,
an 23 Over Corn Exchange.
tUJANO! <il ANO!
T PERUVIAN\ CALIFORNIA, COLUMBIAN,
WHITE MENH'A.V and MA" BROWN
MEXIC \N (H WoKS.
All of the best qualities. Also, BONK DUST, Beßurg's
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and other Fertilizers,
for sale in lots to suit, at the lowest market prices. by
WILLIAM ROBINSON.
Xos. 4 and ( Hollingsworth street.
au23-tf near Pratt street wharf
ROM! MS \l. (iliimTiJ,
J CL'AXO AND PHOSPHATE OF LIME AGENCY,
No. S4 Exchange Place, up stairs. otTer for sale, (JI'ANoS,
PHOSPHATE OF LIME, GROUND BOXES. and other
fertilizing manures. aul6-2N*
/" *1 A.\o! <ll ANO! 'hid tons "Brown
|VJ Mexican'' '-1 "A Nll. analysing 6a jar cent ban - pho.
I l>hatcof lime, for sale liy MM. F MURDOCH,
| ait' 26 5 O'Donnelt's u harf.
? lAI.IFOI {XIA AND Flt A S KIFS I! IV RIL
Persons .1, -siring Tickets for C.M.IKDRNIA AND
ERASER'S RI\"ER, by the Steamers leavinir New York
the stli and 2uth of each and every month, can obtain the
I same by applying to PKXDKKCAST BROS ,
| au26 tf 77 Smith'- wharf, upstairs.
PIC NIC CJI AIRS.—For sale low liv
CORTLAN k CO.,
>l9 tf 216 and 218 Baltimore street.
PHIENIX SPICK 'MILLS,
WAREHOUSESB SOUTH STREB
WM. H. CRAWFORD & CO.,
PROPRIETORS,
OfTer to the wholesale trade of this city tlie South and West
GOODS of equal quality and price 011 same terms as any
other house in the United states fc22 tf
QOLULACK CIIA M P A<; \E.
50 cases of the "dry" wine, in pints and quarts, just re
ceived and for sale by
WM. HOWELL k SON, Agents,
sl-lwr* No. 60South Gav street.
V\/EBTEII.\ LliODl CE.
? F B . T. KLD ER ,
COMMISSION ME It'll A XT
120 S. Eutaw st., opposite tie- B & <>. R. R. Depot.
30 hhds. Western Smoked SHOULDERS;
40 tierces Sugar cured Family HAMS:
50 eases "Lewis M Norton's" Pine Apple CHEESE;
20 hlids. WE- rn Smoked HAMS, in lags;
200 bbls. WHISKEY—OId Rye, Bourbon, Arc.: in store
or sale by (au!9 d&tri-tf) B. T. ELDER.
]\,SAI/J'RY HOUSE.
Having disposed of ray entire interest in tho
MALTBY HOUSE, I would most cheerfully recommend
to my friends and patrons, my successor, Mr. L. 1 MALT
BY. who has been ray principal assistant at the "MALT
BY," for several years, as a gentleman of pleasing ad
dress, courteous and correct deportment, and well quail
j fied to give them entire satisfaction,
j All persons having hills against H. M. SMITH, Maltby
j House, will please present them immediately for payment.
HENRY 'M. SMITH
j MALTBY HOUSE—FARE REDUCED!
THE U.N DEBS ID NED. having taken the MALTBY
| HOUSE, in Baltimore, on Pratt street, between Light and
Charles, recently occupied by 11. M. SMITH, Esq.. has
made extensive alterations and improvements, refitted and
refurnished the same, and reduced the rates of Boarding.
A continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore be
stowed, is respectfully solicited. c.vrtions or expense
will be omitted to sustain the well-earned reputation of the
"MALTBY."
Terms per day, £1.50. Per week, as per agreement
ati 23 dim L. U. M \LTBY.
PIKEMX STEAM MAIHSLE WORKS,
ESTABLISHED IS2O.
CORNER SHARP AND GERMAN STREETS.
Persons owning family lots in public cemeteries or pri •
vale burial grounds, are respectfully invited to call before
purchasing elsewhere, and examine the slock of
MONUMENTS. TnMBS, HEADSTONES, &c..
Of the best American and Italian marble, now finished
and for sale at the above establishment. The ;ss< tnn nt,
which is large, embraces original designs and f choice
selections from the most appropriate ami beautiful artists*
structures in modern use. Also, MARBLE STATUES
GARDEN VASES, FOUNTAINS, and other ornaments
appropriate for Gardens, Dwellings, or Grave lots, con
stantly on hand.
ALEXANDER GADDESS. Proprietor,
Steam Marble Works
1 W. RICHARDSON—II :s taken the
J .store No. 12 NORTH GAY STREET, adjoining Christ
Church, where he is now oiieiiing a choice selection of so
perfine and medium
CLOTHS, CASSIMKRKS AND YESTTNGS,
with many otlier Staple Dry Goods, all of which he will re
tail on fhvorahlc terms. Having been fortunate in secur
ing the services of i' ;l |it. ROHT. H.M.1,, whose reputation
as a first class cutter is well known in this cominunitv. lie
flatters himself he will be able to manufacture CLDTIi'i Nti
of every variety, to please all who may favor him with a
call. Pledging himself that no effort ou his part shall he
wanting to give universal satisfaction, he respectfullv so
lieits a share of the patronage of his friends and the com
munity in general. No. 12 NORTH GAY ST.,
au27 lm adjoining Christ Church.
m C . KiMM F. RICH,
' ROOT AND SHOE
M A N IT E A C T f R E it,
y0 . 18 SOUTH STREET,
—_ BUIUOM.
CAFES.- ROBBER AND FiRE PROOF
O-1.i1.1.1F.'S PATENT CIIIi.I.KD IRON. WITH (CM
BINATIt'N IiANK LOCK.—The only reliable safe for sale
in this city. All other fire-proof Safos are MADE <D <h■ t
iron. A fair price will bo allowed FOR them in exchange.
. , U. S. WILI.ETT.
jylo-tf -JP.J Baltimore street.
OFFICE OF TIIF, BAbTIMORK FIRF.
IXsntANCK COMPANY. Vugnst.il. iv'o —DUI
! REND The President and Directors of tin's Company
have this day declared a dividend "f SEVEN AM' I
HALF PER CENT, for tlie last six months—SlX I'Eii
CENT, payable to the Stockholders or their legal repre
sentatives, on and after Mt>M'A\ N EX f, the oth ol >e|.
temher, at the Mechanics' Hank .d Ha t.more ox .
AND A lIAI F PER UFN'T. to LE uudel to the T ON.MG. Nt
j The Transfer Hook will be closed until the 6th of bep
ternber. By order, KRED'K WOODWORTH,
F""ESER\ iNG JARS—FOR FRESH
OR SUGARED FRUIT, \*E.,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
ARTHUR'S Self Sealing, Glass, Tin and Earthen: an old
and reliable article.
POTTER k BODINE'S Air-tight Glass; new, good and
cheap.
SANDWICH JARS, ground glass stoppers, airtight
cheap ami excellent.
BENNETT'S Y'dlmv, Earthen, air tight.
TOM.\TOE and Preserving Stone Jars, with corks.
PICKLE JARS, Glass and Stone.
The very bvst assortment of the above goods ever of
fered in this city (with minute printed directions gratis,)
at PARR'S CHINA HALL,
2XI Baltimore street,
au26-tfr near Charles.

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