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THE DAILY EXCHANGE it published every morning
(Sundays excepted); price Two CENTS; served in the city,
at twelve and a half cents per week, payable to the carri
ers; 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 cash in a', vance. OFFICEOF PUIILICATION— North-
East corner of Baltimore and North streets, Baltimore.
Letters to In. aduretsed " T o THE DAILY EXCHANGE,
Baltimore, Maryland "
BALTIMORE.
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1858.
Encouraged fiy the success wliich 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
advance. Subscriptions for a shorter period will
be received at the same rate.
AVe gave our readers, last week, the benefit and
consolation of knowing what the Press of Phila
delphia had to say, in regard to the character and
qualifications of the public officers and candidates
for office, in that devoted city. It seems, however,
that Philadelphia is altogether behind hand in the
"modern improvements," if there be any founda
tion for what the New York Herald of Monday
tells us, about the rulers of Manhattan. The Her
ald, though very virtuous—like some of our own
neighbors of the same school of morality—in regard
to the unlawfulness of the late inhuman outrage at
the Quarantine ground, i 3 doing all that it can, to
get up a sympathy for the rioters, by dwelling on
the usual theme, in such oases—the "provocation."
It insists that, by the outrageous neglect of duty
on the part of the Quarantine officers, the lieallb of
the whole neighborhood was put in imminent and
deadly peril, and that the citizens had no recourse
but to take into their own bands the only, though
violent, remedy to which they resorted. It then
proceeds to generalize, after its characteristic
ashion, thus:
"It would be wrong, however, to suppose that these au
thorities, who, it is stated, made spot, in the blind pur
suit of gain, of the lives of those around them and of the
trade and health of this great city, constitute an exception
to the average rule of State officials in New York. Toey
are, on the contrary, no worse than their neighbors. From
the humblest officers employed in this city to the highest
magistrates of the S ate, all are tainted from their origin,
and carry the taint to the extreme limit of their official
career. Creatures of assemblies which are ruled, officered
and managed by the scum of the populace—the exiles of
San Francisco, the pickpockets, rowdies, prize fighters and
vagabonds of New York—the elected servants of the peo
ple in the State of New York, carry with them throughout
their official term the stain of their official cradle, and re
flect in all their official acts the vices and the depravities
of the men who created them. They owe nothing to the
honest men, to the men of intelligence, to the men of
property in the State: and they consistently ignore povcr
ty, virtue and property. They owe all to rowdies, thieves
and rogues; and they faithfully repay the debt to rowdy
ism, theft and roguery."
If a lithe of this he true, we have certainly rca
son to be very thankful for the mercy which has
cast our own lines in the "pleasant places," where
Mayor SWANS arrests. Mr. WHITNEY prosecutes, and
Judge STUMP —releases on bail. But, making all due
allowance for the peculiar rhetoric in which the Her
ald commonly rejoices—the crowning and barbarous
disgrace of the Staten Island insurrection; the delib
erate and open way in which it was planned and
executed; the perfect impunity with which it pro
ceeded for two nights and a day, in view of one
of the most populous cities of the world, whose
large police is kept on foot at an extravagant
expense—all demonstrate that there must be,
among the constituted authorities of New York,
either utter inefficiency, or utter faithlessness—or
both. That such a state of thiugs is but the natu
ral result of the causes which the Herald enumer
ates, no intelligent man can fail to see. That
these causes exist, not only in New York, but
here, and in all the larger cities of the UNION, it is
folly to deny. That they will force their oonse
quences upon us, is as inevitable as the operation
of any other natural cause. Shall we not take
warning, here in Baltimore, before the worst of
the evil days shall come? To ourselves, we con
fess the conclusion and the necessity arc so palpa
ble, that to discuss them seems like arguing an
axiom in mathematics. The failure to meet such
issues at the threshold, has been the first step, all
history tells us, in the process by which patriots
have been compelled, with sorrow, to surrender
a republican government, rather than have no
government at all.
\\ hen the group of islands composing the Ha
waiian archipelago was visited in 1788 by Captain
BLIGH, so well known from the romantic interest
which has been flung around the story of the l'it.
cairn islanders—the descendants of the mutineers
of the Bounty —the native population of Hawaii,
occupying the eight inhabited islands of the group,
was roughly estimated at four hundred thousand,
and the character, condition, and habits of the isl
anders, were, at that time, described as presenting
a strong contrast to the ordinary features ofsavage
life. "They were a kind, mild-tempered, social,
"and affectionate race, living in harmony amongst
"themselves; their whole lives being one unvaried
"round of cheerful contentment, luxurious ease,
'and healthful exercise and amusements." This
primitive Arcadia, in the North Pacific, possesses
one of the most equable climates in the world, the
temperature seldom falling below 70°,0r rising above
84°, whilst,from its geographical position, it forms "a
"connecting link in the trade, present and prospec
-1 ' tive, between Western America, and Eastern Asia,
"lying,as it does,almost directly in the track of com.
"roeree between the ports of Australia; the Russian
"and English settlements on the North-West coast;
"the Pacific States and territories of the United
States, China, and the East Indies." Here, too,
some three hundred American whaling ships touch
semi-annually, to take in supplies and to recruit
the health of the seamen. Strange to say, notwith
standing the salubrity of the climate, and the gen
eral freedom of the islanders from the grosser vices,
the native population is rapidly dying out, having
decreased from some four hundred thousand, to sev
enty thousand, since the Bounty visited the group in
1188 for a cargo of bread fruit trees, with which
the English Government, at the suggestion of Sir JO
SEPH BANKS, proposed to stock the West India colo
nies. It is a singular fact, moreover, in the history of
this group, that the numerical decrease of the na
tive population has kept pace with their advance
in civilization, and with the extension of their
commercial relations with other countries. Quite
a variety of opinions have been hazarded with
respect to the causes which have operated to pro
duce so remarkable a result. Some persons have
ascribed it to the sudden abolition of the old feudal
system originally prevailing in the islands, and to the
adoption of free institutions, which left the poorer
classes, who were previously in a condition of
serfdom, at liberty to choose between a life of labor
and a life of indolence, in a region abounding in
tropical fruits, and where it needed no exertion
whatever to procure the means of subsistence.
Others charge it upon the reforms too abruptly
introduced by the missionaries, and even to the
means adopted by them to perpetuate the native
race. Another, and more plausible, hypothesis is,
that the diminution of population is owing to the
pernicious influence which has been exerted upon
the morals of the islanders by the twelve thousand
seamen, the crews of foreign vessels, with
whom the islanders are annually brought
into contact, and whose manners they endeavor
to imitate, and whose vices tliev adopt. From
seven to eight hundred whalers, and merchantmen,
touch at the Hawaiian Islands every year, and
many of them remain there for months at a'time,
there are also four thousand foreigners, chiefly
Americans, scattered over this compact little
Archipelago, who have built flour mills, .and
and opened sugar and coffee plantations. These
may be regarded as permanent residents. It is
owing to their exertions that serfdom has been
abolished, and a liberal form of government estab
lished. It was also, by the advice of his Ameri
can counsellors, that the late King of Hawaii
solicited, in 1851, the annexation of his islands to
the UNITED STATES. In 1856, the late WILLIAM L.
LEE, formerly Chief Justice and Chancellor of that
little sovereignty, negotiated, at Washington a
treaty of commercial reciprocity, on the part of the
Hawaiian government; but, we believe, that it was
never ratified by the Senate. The present Hawaii
an Cabinet comprises a Chief Justice, a Minister
of Finance, a Minister of Foreign Relations, and
a Secretary of the Interior. The two first men
tioned offices are filled by Americans, both of
whom previously held places under the govern
ment of the UNITED STATES, and are] staunch Re
publicans. The Secretary for Foreign Affairs i 9
an Englishman; while Prince LOT, the King's
brother, presides over the Department of the Inte
rior, both of the latter tire strongly in favor of re
taining the monarchical form of government.
Outside of the Cabinet the predominance of the
Republican element is making itself felt, and the
desire for a closer connection with the UNITED
STATES, has been greatly stimulated of late years
by the occupation of the neighboring Tahitian
group by the French, and by the constant efforts
which the latter have made to obtain a foothold
in Hawaii also. The pressure of the latter was,
however, much more direct and stringent in 1851,
when the government of the UNITED STATES wisely
refused to assume the responsibility of a protector
ate. The Hawaiian islands present but few in
ducements for settlement, to the planter or the
agriculturalist; but for commercial purposes, and
as a depot for supplies to vessels trading to the
Pacific and the Indian Oceans, their value cannot
well be over-estimated. The race of feeble, but
gentle and confiding Malaysians, will, in a few
years, become extinct. The presence of the
Anglo-Saxon appears to have sapped the vitality
of the aborigine, and is is altogether probable
that in the course of years, the stronger and more
vigorous race will largely predominate, and—
inasmuch as it is the true policy of our government
to avoid alike "entangling alliances" and colonial
dependencies—that an Anglo-Saxon Republic,
holding close commercial relations with the UNITED
STATES, but exercising an independent jurisdiction,
will be established in the Island Arcadia of the
North Pacific.
ARMY AND NAVY.
Orders have been Issued from the War Depart
ment, selecting the 6th regiment of infantry, now
in service in the department of Utah, for service in
Oregon and Washington Territories. The regiment
will be provisioned with three months' supplies.
The equipments will be completed at Fort Bridger.
The commanding officer of the regiment is directed
to see that no wagon is loaded heavier than 2,000
pounds; rapid movements being essential in the In
dian country.
As soon as the necessary supplies and transporta
tion are furnished, the regiment will march from
("amp I'l'>v<!, situated 00 miles from Salt Lake city,
via Soda Springs, Humboldt river, Ac., to Benicia.
California. The commanding officer is required to
report to Gen. Clarke, of the department of the
Pacific, the probable time of his arrival at Benicia,
that water transportation to Oregon may be in
readiness.
The new steam sloop-nf-war at the Portsmouth
navv yard is already begining to make some show
in the large ship house. The keel is laid, and
twentv-eight of her sixtv-five square frames are
up. Constructor Hunscom thinks that he will be
able to launch her by the Ist of December next, or
bv the time Congress meets. Her keel is some
tiling more that 200 feet in length: her deck is 225
feet. The Portsmouth is undergoing a thorough
repair. It will take some two months and a half
before she will go in the water. A large gang of
men are put on her. The Jamestown is at the
yard, has been overhauled, and is being put in
complete order. She will bo ready for sea in a fort
night. The number of men on the roll is 804.
Lieut. John 11. Eggleston has been ordered and
reported for duty on board the U. S. Receiving
Ship Pennsylvania, in place of Lieut. Colville Ter
ret detached, and ordered to the Cyane.
Letter hags are now up at the rooms of the Na
val Library and Institute, Boston Navy Yard, for
the U. S. squadron in the East Indies and Pacific,
and on the coast of Africa, all of which will be dis
patched in the course of the next ten days. A let
ter bag will also be made up for the home' squadron,
to go by the U. S. ship Jamestown, now refitting at
Portsmouth, N. 11.
The Portland (Me.) Advertiser savs:—Mr. 11.
Clay Smith has left on our table a specimen of pure
black lead, taken from Mount Puzzle, situated in
the town of Newry, Oxford countv. Mr. Clay has
some eight men employed in working the vein
which is apparently inexhaustible. About a year
ago, while "prospecting" in that region in search
ol gold—specimens of which he found on Bear river
—he discovered this lead. He informs us that it is
scattered all over the mountain on the surface, and
that he picked up one lump of pure ore weighing
fifty pounds. We believe that there are but two
other lead mines in the country, one in New York
and one in Massachusetts, neither of which, we are
told, affords the article in such purity as the Newry
mine.
A meeting was held at Ontonagon on the 25th
tilt., composed of delegates from the Upper Penin
sula of Michigan, and from those portions of Wis
consin and Minnesota bordering on Lake Superior,
for the purpose of considering the propriety of the
formation of a Territory out of the Lake Superior
region of Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota,
preparatory to the formation of a new State. A
committee was appointed to draft an address to
the Legislatures of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Min
nesota, urging upon them the propriety anil uoces
sitv ola grant, to the general government of their
territory bordering on Lake Superior, for the pur
pose of enabling the inhabitants to form a new
Territory.
The Ist of September is Die beginning of the
commercial year in New Orleans. In other large
cities, the commercial years begins with the alma
nac, that is, on the Ist ot January. The lapse in
the receipts of cotton lias fixed the Ist of September
as the commercial New Year's day in New Orleans.
Fifteen or eighteen years ago, the Ist of October
was the day; but the ambition of the planters, in
the matter of sending the first bales to market,
crowded the Ist of October so much, that the be
ginning of the year was put back to the Ist of Sep
tember. Cincinnati, we believe, is the only other
city whose commercial year begins on that date,
and that is owing to her intimate and extensive re
lations with New Orleans.— N. O. Crescent.
Messrs. John Hurford and Aaron Hurford, broth
ers, ol A\ est Fallowfielil township, Chester county,
Pa., and a colored man, who lives with them, har
vested a field of six acres of oats, of strong growth,
this season. The Messrs. Hurford are, the one 84
years of age, and the other 82 years, and did all the
work themselves, the only aid they received being
from the colored man, whose age was about 84 or
85. The oats being "down" a good deal, they were
obliged to use the scythe where it was too much
tangled to cradle. They gathered the oats, bound
it into sheaves and hauled it into the barn.
At the Burnet House, Cincinnati, on [Saturday,
a thiet was caught standing with one foot upon the
projecting portion of the stone sill, and the other
upon a gas pipe running along the building, which
was not over an inch and a half in diameter, and
maintaining his position by pressing his fingers
against the smooth stones of the side of the win
dow ! 1 lie window was on the third floor, opening
to the yard, and at least forty feet from the
ground; so that liis position was indeed a perilous
one.
On Friday last the municipality of Jersey City
gave a dinner to Capt. Hudson, of the Niagara.
In the course of'the Captain's speech he said : "At
the last yearly meeting of the varans of London
the gold medal was given for the best paper that
had been read. And what do you think were the
contents of that paper? It was the utter impos
sibility and iinpi aeticability of ever laying that
telegraphic wire."
The following table shows the proportion of
deaths and wounding in the principal railroad
countries of the world :
Passengers carried.
Prussia, one killed or wounded to every 3,294,075
Belgium, one killed or wounded to every 1,611,237
France, one killed or wounded to every 375,095
England, one killed or wounded to every 311,345
U. States, one killed or wounded to every 188,459
Israel AA ashburne, Jr., lias been renominated for
Congress in the Fifth district of Maine: Elibu B.
Washburne is up again in the First district of Il
linois; and C. C. At ashburne is in nomination for
another term in the Second district of Wisconsin.
They are all Republicans, and brothers.
A violent hail storm took place on the lower Ohio
river last Thursday night. At Rockport a large
house occupied bv Mr. Henry Gardner, was blown
to pieces, and Mrs. Gardner killed, two children
were so badly bruised, that it was thought they
could not recover. The hail-stones were about the
size ol half a hickory nut.
The Maysville, N. A'., Sentinel savs that on Friday
lust. (I man named Danncls, a resident of James
town, was arrested on a charge of incest with two
of his daughters, aged 15 and 18. He waived ex
amination, and Dannels was committed to jail, lie
is a man of some 60 years of age.
A correspondent of the Philadelphia Press wri
ting from Omaha, N. T., says:—Emigrants are
coining into the Territory now" quite rapidly. On
the 6th of next month the land odice here opens for
public entry, and will continue open thus for two
weeks; then follow the private entries.
The Hopkinsville Press savs the tobacco crop in
that section of Kentucky is better than it has been
for years. It has the appearance of being extraor
dinarily good. The recent hail storm that swept
over Christian county, however, did much damage
to the crop. The loss is estimated at one-fourth.
The Lafayette (Tnd.) Courier savs that lar ire
quantities of Chinese sugar cane will be raised on
the Wabash A'allev the present season. In the vi
cinity of Lafayette, many farmers expect to pro
duce all the sugar and molasses necessary for their
home consumption, and will make it a staple pro
duct hereafter.
On Saturday last, says the Uriilgetnn (N. J.)
Chronicle, of the 41li inst., a tornado or whirlwind
passed over Cape May county, in a line with the
seaside road, doing considerable damage in the way
of tearing down barns, uprooting trees, scattering
fences, and twisting in divers ways the growing
corn.
Prof. Bond, of the Cambridge Observatory, in a
letter to the Boston Advertiser, says, that two faint
comets were discovered at the Observatory on the
night of the sth. One a degree South of the star
Capella, the other twenty degrees East of it. The
first is conjectured to he the return of Faye's peri
odical comet; it so, its computed place differs very
considerably from its actual position.
ICEBERGS.—Capt. Colburn, of ship Sea Lion, at
Boston, from Antwerp, states that on the 22d of Au
gust, inlat. 4.> 42, lon. 49 20, saw an iceberg aoout
ten miles from the ship, and on approaching it sup
posed ,t to be from 150 to 200 feet above the level of
•' n r° a ; • "m ''T 400 to 500 feet in b'ngth, and
floes m ' At tne same tiule passed several
first. mi.e °f roadway from Shoreditch to
Stoke Newington has been kept in substantial re
pair by a supply of what is termed the "best of all
road materials, the black porphyry stone from Chi
na, brought to England as ballast in the tea ships,
and the next half mile has been recently repaved
with broken granite from Bombay.
The Democratic Convention of Blair county Pa
nominated Thaddeus Banks for Congress.
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, SEPTEMBER 9, 1858.
The Cincinnati Price Current presents the follow
ing comparative statement of the number of hogs
in the States mentioned :
1858. 1857.
Kentucky, 93 counties - - 977,820 1,285,043
Indiana, 38 counties - - - 870,424 882,471
Ohio, 29 counties - - - - 721,670 622,974
1,575,914 2,789,488
2,575,914
Deficiency this year - -- -- -- - 213,574
The hogcholera has made its appearance in Chicot
county, Arkansas. The disease is very fatal, and
on some plantations there will scarcely be any left.
Chicot county is about the 33d degree of latitude,
and this, we believe, is about the furthest south we
have yet heard of the prevalence of the hog chol
era. No swill of any kind is used in feeding hogs
in that vicinity, and consequently the theory that
the disease was based upon the feeding of that in
gredient falls to the ground.
The Piqua Enquirer, of last week, on the authori
ty of an experienced farmer of the vicinitv, savs:—
'■Notwithstanding the fine appearance ot" the tops
of potatoes, they will be nothing like the yield of
last year. There seems to be comparatively few in
a bill, and those unusually small. He thinks the
potato crop in the county ivill fall off' at least one
third."
The same paper also says: We were shown a
beautiful ring of exquisitely cunning device, in
which was tastefully inlaid specimens of pearl which
had been found in the Great Miami. Several very
tine specimens of this article have been found in or
near this river recently, of superb quality.
A long letter appears in a Texas paper concerning
the passage of McCullough's emigrant train across
the staked plain to California. The Great American
Desert, through which the train passed, is a barren
waste, and poorly supplied with water. Out of
1,000 head of cattle, 550 died for lack of water,
and for a period of seventy-six hours were without
a drop to slake their thirst. The men also suffered
terribly, and many shot down famishing bullocks on
the road, stuck them, pulled off" their boots or shoes,
caught the thick hot blood, and drank it freely. By
so doing they saved their lives.
The Louisville Courier says : "Our hotels are al
ready unusually crowded, although the Ca.ll trade
has not vet fairly opened. Night before last there
was such a rush of travelers at the Louisville Hotel
that all the chambers were occupied, and the pro
prietors were forced to spread cots upon the parlor
floors for the accommodation of their guests.—
There is every indication of heavy business in our
city the present season."
On Sunday morning, shortly after five o'clock,
Daniel Kingsbury and John Burns, two prisoners
confined in the Western Penitentiary, Allegheny
city, made their escape.
At an election meeting in Tilsenburg Co., on
Wednesday last the floor of the room gave way,
and one man was killed and several dangerously
hurt.
A camp meeting at South New Market, N. H,,
was attacked by a party of Irishmen on Wednesday
night last, and the Presiding Elder badlv injured.
Charles Meyer, lias been arrested in Milwaukee,
on the charge of having embezzled some 820,000
while employed as a confidential clerk of a firm in
Paris.
A German of "high degree," named Baron Adolp
von Lang, has been imprisoned in Pittsburg for
false pretences.
The rot is making sad havoc among the potato
fields in Bristol county, Massachusetts, and in Bris
tol county, Rhode Island.
It is proposed to vary the size of blank notes, ac
cording to their denominations, as a preventive
against the alteration of the same.
It if stated that the citizens of Bricksburg are
scattering in every direction in consequence of the
appearance of yellow fever in that Pity.
In Boston, the Bank of Mutual Redemption is
taking the place, in some measure, of the Suffolk
Bank.
Dr. Abial A. Cooley, the inventor of friction
matches, died at Hartford, Conn., on the 18th ult.,
aged seventy-six.
The water works of Washington city will cost
so, 000,900!
M A R R I E I),
On the fltli instant, at St. John's Church, bv Rev Father
I.iman. EDWARD P. VINCENTE to Miss LOUISE COOK,
both of ttiis city. •
On the 31st August, by Rev. Mr. Viglantii,' GEO. R.
SHANNON to VICTORIA, (laughter of the late William
Corry, both of Charles county, Mil.
1) I E D ,
On the 7til instant, MICHAEL BRANNON, aged 50
On the 6tli instant, MANSFIELD V. DAVIS, aged 21
years and 4 months.
On the 6th instant. KATIE, aged 3 years and 11 months,
the only and beloved child of Catherine and the late Pat
rick Berthy.
On the 3d instant, MARGARF.TTE A., in the 29th year
of her age, eldest daughter of the late Richard and Sarah
Couklin.
On the 2d instant, ANN, infant daughter of Edward C.
and Sophia J. Phillips.
At the residence of his grandfather, Henry Wirt, Esq
Hanover, Pa., September 6th, JOHN WILLIAM, second'
soil of Dr. J. W. C. and Ellen O'Neal, in the 7th year of
his age.
COAL AND WOOD.
We are selling the same Coals as last season, equal to
any sold in this market.
The best durable WHITE ASH COALS,
And the best RED ASH COALS,
GEORGE'S CREEK CUMBERLAND COAL,
All of which we warrant to give satisfaction.
A discount is allowed
on orders
that are prepaid.
We also sell the
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD,
Oak and Pine—of the best quality.
Delivered in any part of the city, free of cartage.
J. HENRY GIESE k Co.,
•8-1 w Office No. 9 South street.
CUT THIS OUT AND STICK IT IN YOUR HAT.—
Wood s Hair Restorative will change gray hair to its ori
ginal color, stop it from falling off, and cause it to grow
on bald heads, and as a cosmetic it has no equal. Pim
ples and Wood's Hair Restorative cannot exist together.
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 dieine
Dealers. Also by all Fancy and Toilet Goods Dealers in
the United States and Canadas, and by
JOHN C. GIVKN, Chinaman's Tea Store,
s9-2w 37 and 39 Baltimore street.
A M BRO-DAGUERKEOTY PES, See.
MR. MARSTERS, 147 Lexington street, near Howard
street, will furnish his patrons with pictures on glass,
card-board, plates or canvas; life size or in miniature from
nature, or copied in oil, French Pastell or water colors,
in a style of superior excellence. He has on hand a full
assortment of plain and fancy Cases; also, Gilt Frames,
all of the best material. His long experience and attest
ed success enables him to assure his patrons complete sat
faction or no charge. s7-ly
WEEDS' NEAV SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE,
The best in use for every description of CLOTH and
LEATHER WORK, that requires a seam, making beauti
ful strong stitch, botli sides alike.
GIBBS' IMPROVED .FAMILY SEWING MACHINE—
Price sls and $25, complete. L. D. CHASE, Agent,
s "tf No. 99 Baltimore Street.
THE BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY'S
SOLE AGENTS for this city, are
MESSRS. DOBBIN &"WARFIELD
s " ft No. 36 Second street.
AV HEELER Sc. WILSON MANUFACTURING GO'S
IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES,
For Families, Manufacturers and others.
'ln our own family we use one of Wheeler k Wilson's
machines, and we cannot imagine anything more perfect."
—Ed. X. F. Evangelist.
126 BALTIMORE STREET, American Building,
fe22-tf. w. MERRILL, Agent)
I. M. SINGER &. Co's,
IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES,
THE REST EVER OFFEREB FOR FAMILIES AND
MANUFACTURING.
SOUTHERN SALES AND EXHIBITION ROOMS,
105 BALTIMORE STREET.
tir To Clergymen of all denominations, and Sewing
Societies attached to Churches, we offer our Family Ma
chine at half-price.
. W. E. BRODERICK,
fe24tf 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 Coal 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
furnisli 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 k nOUSE,
Office, 89 Lombard strtet, 2nd door,
West of South st.
THE BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY'S
SOLE AGENTS for this city, are
MESSRS. DOBBIN & WARFIELD,
No. 36 Second street.
ROOFING ! ROOFING ! ! ROOFING !! !
Economy, Durability and Security.
Warren's Fire and AVater Proof
FELT AND COMPOSITION ROOFING.
Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing
Purposes.
PERFECTLY FIRE TEOOF,
PERFECTLY WATER PROOF,
UNEQUALLED FOR ECONOMY,
UNRIVALLED FOR DURABILITY,
ADAPTED TO EVERY CLIMATE,
For further information address or call on
JAS. H. JOHNSON,
No. 2 Jarvis Building, cor. North and
jy26-tf Baltimore streets, Baltimore.
KINDLING WOOD! KINDLING WOOD!!
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD, OF ANY SIZE,
Sawed and Split by Machinery.
Owing to the constantly increasing demand for this wood,
I 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.
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
CONSUMERS OF COAL will please take notice that !
Messrs. DOBBIN' & WARFIELD, N'o. 36Second street, are
the only authorized agents in this city, for the sale of the !
Baltimore Coal Company's Coal, wholesale and retail.
The Company has not sold or shipped one pound of Coal !
to any dealer in Baltimore during this year.
THOMAS WILSON,
President Baltimore Coal Co.
Baltimore, August 12,1855. aul2-tf
/v-p>F UN E R AI, O BSEQ UI EST
IkJ WELLS AND MCcomas.
Citizens owning private carriages will confer a particu
lar favor by loaning the same on the morning of the 13th
inst., for the accommodation of the Old Defenders. Those
who consent to accommodate us in this particular will
please address WM. 11. QUINCY,
Secretary Executive Committee,
s9-3t City Hall.
IPPTNEKENDEUSOE RALTI.MORK IN
ikj 1814 —At a meeting of the Executive Committee of
the WELLS k McCOMAS MONUMENT ASSOCIATION,
the following resolution was unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That all those who were engaged in the defence
of Baltimore in 1814 he 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 McComas 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
who join with us.
By order of the Executive Committee,
au26-dt!B3 W li QUINCY, Sec'y.
fl-p A CARD.—VA LUABLE BUILDING
I)—I LOTS AT PARADISE VILLAGE AT AUCTION.—PubIic
attention is called to the sale of those beautifully located
Lots at PARAIIISE VILLA. To be sold on MONDAY After
noon next, Sept. 13. at 5 o'clock, on the premises. A Plat
can be seen at my store, and every information obtained.
SA.M'L 11. COVER, Auct'r..
sS-ts S4 Baltimore street.
THE LOS T TIiEAS Ull E !
X THE LOST TREASURE;
THE LOST TREASURE;
THE I.OST TREASURE;
THE I.OST TREASURE;
THE LOST TREASURE;
THE LOST TREASURE;
THE LOST TREASURE;
THE LOST TREASURE;
THE I.OST TREASURE;
THE LOST TREASURE;
THE LOST TREASURE;
THE LOST TREASURE;
THE LOST TREASURE;
THE I.OST TREASURE;
OR,
OR,
OR,
THE CHAMPION OP CASTILE
THE CHAMPION OK CASTILE.
THE CHAMPION OK CASTILE.
TH K CHAMPION OF CASTILE.
THE CHAMPION OK CASTILE
THE CHAMPION OF CASTILE.
THE CHAMPION OF CASTILE.
THE CHAMPION OF CASTII.E!
THE CHAMPION OF CASTILE.
THE CHAMPION OF CASTILE.
THE CHAMPION OF CASTILE
THE CHAMPION OF CASTILE
THE CHAMPION OF CASTILE
THE CHAMPION OF CASTILE
THE CHAMPION OF CASTILE
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COBB'S NEW SPANISH STORY
COBB'S NEW SPANISH STORY
COUP'S NEW SPANISH STORY
COBB'S NEW SPANISH STORY.
COBB'S NEW SPANISH STORY.
CORK'S NEW SPANISH STORY
COBB'S NEW SPANISH STORY.
COBB'S NEW SPANISH STORY.
COBB'S NEW s- PA XISII STORY
COBB'S NEW SPANISH STORY
COBB'S NEW SPANISH STORY.
COBB'S NEW- SPANISH STORY.
COBB'S NEW SPANISH STORY
COBB'S NEW SPANISH STORY.
COBB'S NEW SPANISH STORY,
now ready in
now ready in
now readv in
THE NEW-YORK LEDGER,
THE NEW-YORK LEDGER,
THE NEW-YORK LEDGER.
THE NEW-YORK LEDGER,
THE NEW-YORK LEDGER,
TIIE NEW-YORK LEDGER,
THE NEW-YORK LEDGER,
TIIE NEW-YORK LEDGER,
I THE NEW-YORK LEDGER,
THE NEW-YORK LEDGER.
TIIE NEW-YORK LEDGER
TIIE NEW-YORK LEDGER,
THE NEW-YORK LEDGER,
THE NEW-YORK LEDGER
THE NEW-YORK LEDGER,
For sale, wholesale or retail, by HENRY TAYLOR.
Sun Iron Building, and all news-dealers in the United
States. s9 It
TATEST PARIS STYLES
CLOAKS, TALMAS AXD SHAWLS.
HAMILTON EASTER & CO.
199, 201 and 203 Baltimore street,
Have received by st'mcrs Africa and Alps their selections of
PARIS NOVELTIES
IN VELVET AND BEAVER CLOTH CLOAKS,
PROMENADE TALMAS,
and entire new designs in
BROCIIE STELLA SHAWLS,
which will be OPEN and EXHIBITED FOR SALE
on their retail floors,
s9 4tr ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH
13 T. IIYNSOA.
33 . UPHOLSTERER, PAPER HANGER,
AND
VENETIAN BLIND MAN UFA ('TIBER
No 52 XOHTH HOWARD ST., OXE DOOR AMOVE LEXINGTON
BALTIMORE
PAPER HANGINGS. VENETIAN BI.IXDS
Constantly in store, for Keeps on hand, and iniiiiu
sale, 1 APER HANGINGS of fact U res to order, VENETIAN
every description, and of the BUNDS of all colors, sizes
latest and most approved and qualities, which will
patterns. Also, Borders, Firticnmpare favorably with any
Board Prints, Ac. joffered to the public.
(TJ-Paper Hanging done in the best style. Old Blinds
Repainted and Trimmed, or Exchanged. ' s9-!v
JOHNSTON BROTH F lis v CO., "
BANKERS.
Transact the GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS in
eluding the purchase and sale of Bank Notes Exchange
Stocks, Securities and Land Warrants, .upon the most fa
vorable terms.
Ample Capital, established position, and an extensive
correspondence with the most respectable Banks and
Bankers in the United States, enable us to offer unsur
passed inducements to correspondents and city dealers
We are constantly ready to make advances'on marketa
ble collateral such as State, City, or Rail Road Bonds and
Stocks, or other satisfactory securities.
Our Bank Note facilities are unrivalled in extent and
character. We can offer unsurpassed inducements in our
rates on Bank Notes and Exchange, and our facilities for
making collections promptly and cheaply, cannot be
equalled.
We make advances on country bonds and collections ne
gotiable at Bank.
Our terms and mode of transacting business we guar
antee to be liberal and satisfactory to our customers.
Me call the attention of the business community to the
fact that we are the only house in this city that can be re
lied on as always prepared to take uncurrent Money, in
whatever sums it may be offered by customers—every oth
er Banking House except our own having ceased to buv
at certain periods during the last panic and Bank susnen
sion. 1
We refer to any of our regular dealers, comprising a
large portion of the respectable mercantile interest.
, ® revive deposits and discount similar to any char
tered Bank, every day being a discount day in our Office
Soliciting new accounts, we ofler our best attention to
business entrusted to us.
S9 TF JOHNSTON BROTHERS k CO.
A YOUNG LAWYER, OF SOME EX
in practice, desires a situation in an At
toine.v s Office, as assistant. Address J O A .1 earn of
ARMSTRONG & BERRY, Baltimore,Md go it-
MANUFACTURED TOB.M COT
POUNDS.
W. N. Shelton, Y. &E. P. Jones, L. H. Powell,
AIUn U A'lf„- f,f P tl J< ! nc3 > il.eftwich Cross,
Allen A knight, M. Burley, Wild Rose
Corner stone, S G Holly, M. T. Anderson,
L. H. Ferguson, Marshall & Logan, J. Scott
v /' , v. ±;V ,V la - v ' Belle Creole,
an Ambnrgh, S.E.White, Duncan,
W. Albordo Superior, Bill Hic'kson,
Planters' Choice, J.Travis, Samuel Ward,
B.Lewis, 'Star of Franklin, R.D.Burks
J. C. Preston, T. A. Gibbs, Shelton k Clay,
S.Cross, (Turner, Lone Star
y urrell & Burks, Natural Bridge,
Edm d Hale, Jew Tang, Nutmeg
C. T. Wills, Tyreana, Peo.X'V Favorite,
J. Mason, Thos. H. Allen, Wighcocomico.
!' sellA5 Ell A . - i'i" lla Ann i Chickahominy,
"• T. Pace k Son,[John I). Long, M M Fisher
HALF POUNDS
Our Country, (Daughter of the Nonpareil,
Carter Jackson, Regiment,, Consoler of Man.'
(Chickahominy,
FIVES.
Carter Jackson, (Chickahominy, (Consoler of Man
Sydenham, (Our Alice, |j. V Knight
TENS. '
Sydenham,' (Corner, ,'Ma.v Apple,
C. Jackson, Ghickahominy, Lizzie Hatton and
Roanoke, ICyrus W. Field, ! Sister
FANCY.
Heliatrope, | Sultana, I Apricot
TWISTS IN HALF BOXES.
" ™- o,° n ; IMollie Pace, | J. Anderson,
T. S. Made, (Jew Tang, (Y. & E. P. Jones,
Corner Stone, 1 I \ glade
„ „ R k R. IN KEGS.
G. P Face, |D. P. Witclier, |G. J. Trotter.
In store and for sale iv
WARWICK, FRICK & BALL,
Bg *" No 60 South street
LUMBER < LIMBER; I
3,500,000 feet of LUMBER and
7,000,000 SHINGLES and LATHS for sale.
We call the attention of prompt buyers to our large stock
of Lumber of all grades, qualities and sizes. We will cut
White pine bill to order and furnish Sash, Doors, Frames,
and Planing at mill prices. Apply at 132 Light street, or
corner of Eutaw and German streets.
9e9 BURNS & SLOAN.
ON TUESDAY, 14th inst., at 11 o'clock,
at the Auction Stores on Buchanan's wharf, the car
go of the Brig "Frances Jane," consisting of
179 HHDS. AND 85 BBLS. PORTO RICO SUGAR.
ALSO,
27 HHDS. PORTO RICO MOLASSES.
s9ts I.EMMON & BROGDEN. Anct'rs.
M TRUSTEE'S SAI. F.—I W ILL.TN
pursuance of a general order of the Court nf Com
mon Pleas,in reference to the estates of insolvent
de tors sell by PL BLIC AUCTION, at the Exchange Sales
Room No 19 South Gay street, on THURSDAY, Septem
ber 30,1858, at 1 o'clock. P. M.,
ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND, situated in the citv of
Baltimore, and described as follows, viz: Beginning tliere
for on the west side of Hanover -treet 60 feet north of Hen
rietta street, thence running north on Hanover street 15
fc't, thence extending west, of uniform width, 166 feet to
Butler street, subject to an annual ground rent of $33.75.
ALSO,
ANOTHER LOT OF GROUND adjoining that above de
'lll . Ie nor *h' having a front on Butler street of
16 feet, a uniform width, and binding on the last mention
• a *l e z? ee *' Buh J ect to an annual ground rent
of sls. Likewise the ground used as a side alley to the
dwelling presently mentioned. The improvements con
sist of A THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING, with a
two story back building on Hanover street, and a large
carpenter's shop on Butler street.
Terms of sale one-third cash, one-third in six, and one
third in twelvemonths, with interest on credit payments
L. M. REYNOLDS, Trustee
90U WM. HAMILTON, Auctioneer.
HMHE AMKKICAN PATENT COMPA- j
_L NY—INCORPORATED JUNE, 1858.
Procures Patents; investigates Patent Claims; negotiates j
the sale of Patent Rights, both in this country and in !
Europe; tests the value of New Inventions; exe
cutes Mechanical and other Drawings; furnish
es Engravings of New Patents, and all in
formation pertaining to Patents, but
owns no interest in them.
OFFICE— CARLISLE BLOCK, S.W. COR. FOURTH & WALNUT,
Cincinnati, O.
O FICKRS'
WILLIAM RESOR, Pres't. |M. BENSON, Patent Solic'r.
R. S. NEWTON, Vice Pres't. IG. W. L. BICKLEY, Ed'r
D. MILLARD, Patent Nego 11. K. CLIFTON. Sec'y.
tiator.
The Company also publish
THE SCIENTIFIC ARTISAN, AT $2.00 PER ANNUM.
DIRECTORS:
WM. RESOP., MARTIX BENSON, N. HEADIXGTON,
DAVID MILLARD, GEO. If. IIILI., R.S.NEWTON,
Tims. SHERLOCK. C. \V. L. BICKLEY, 11. E. CLIFTON.
All letters connected with the business of the paper,
must be addressed to the American Patent Company.
THE SCIENTIFIC ARTISAN,
A WEEKLY JOURNAL OF 8 PAGES,
DEVOTED TO SCIENCE, DISCOVERY k INVENTION,
AMPLY ILLUSTRATED,
And containing a full Report of English and American
Patents, published by
THE AMERICAN PATENT COMPANY,
At #2 per annum, in advance.
GEO. W. L. BICKLEY, Editor.
s9 "'3t A. L. FLEI'RY, Agent for Baltimore.
X AIM) OIL.—•>() bbls. No. I Western,
J-Jof superior quality, for sale bv
WM. C. ROBINSON,
s9 ~t _SI Bowly'g Wharf.
CA AS Oil—Of superior quality, suitable for
M Portable Gas Works, for sale by
WM. C. ROBINSON,
_ 81 Bowly's Wharf.
POLICIES ISSUED
FROM THIS OFFICE.
JOHNSTON'S
/ A* S U R A X C E
ROOMS,
73
SECOND STBEET. T.TH.stfr
AXARINE INSURANCE.
JOHNSTON'S
IXSUR A N C E
ROOMS,
73
SECOND STREET. T.TH.stfr
gTRONGEST COMPANIES"
JOHNSTON'S
IXSUIi A X C E
ROOMS,
73
SECOND STREET. T.TH.stfr
TO WEST RATES.
JOHNSTON'S
IN S U R A X C E
ROOMS,
73
SECOND STREET. T.TH.stfr
TfIRE INSURANCE.
JOHNSTON'S
IX S U R A X C E
ROOMS,
73
SECOND STREET. T,TH stfr
\ro DELAY
IN PAYMENT
OF LOSSES.
JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS,
73
SECOND STREET. T.TH.stfr
li/TARINE PREMIUMS
IvJL LIBERALLY CREDITED.
JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS,
73
SECOND STREET T.TH.stfr
SECURITY FIRE INSURANCE CO~
PHENIX " " OF NEW YORK?
RESOLUTE " " "
NEW WORLD " " " "
LYNCHBURG " VIRGINIA.
ALBEMARLE " "
INSURANCE CO. OF THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA.
MERCANTILE MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
THOS. D. JOHNSTON,
AGENT,
73 SECOND STREET.
The above Companies have all duly complied with the
law relating to Foreign Insurance Companies, passed
March 8. 1858.
POLICIES ISSUED upon approved risks, without the
delay of consulting the home offices.
JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS,
T.TH.stfr 73 SECOND STREET.
QHORT INSURANt !F.
IJ FIFTY PER CENT SAVED.
The attention of Merchants about to increase their stock
for the Fall trade, is invited to the mode of effecting In
surance for periods LESS THAN ONE YEAR, adopted at
this office, by which FIFTY PER CENT. OF PREMIUM
IS SAVED, and payment of premium waived until the
expiration of policy.
THOS. D. JOHNSTON,
Insurance Broker,
T.TH.stfr 73 Second street.
J3ED BLANKETS.
25 cases 0-4.10-4, 11-4, 12-4—Cumberland Mfg. Co.
30 *' 0-4,10-4.11-4-—Cocheco Mfg. Co.
2o " 0-4, 10-4, 11-4. 12-4 Holland Mfg. Co.
10 " Super Crib Blankets, of low, medium and extra
line qualities, received and for sale by
y li s &W. A LONEY k CO.
EI\V. KUBTS SCBAirriß, WILLIAM K. BARRY,
FRANCIS B. LONEY, ROBERT 8. FINLEY.
IRVIN NEALE
ARDWARE.—
SCHAEFFER k LONEY,
IMPORTERS OF
IIARD W A RE, C UTLK RY , GU N S
NO. 3 HANOVER STREET,
NEAR BALTIMORE STREET,
Jyl-tf BALTIMORE.
| QARPETING.
J O II N T U It N B ULL,
242 BALTIMORE ST.,
Is now receiving direct from the principal Manufacturers
in England, all their new and choice patterns of
VELVET, BRUSSELS,
A NI
TAPESTRY CARPETINGS,
Which for beauty of design and brilliant coloring surpass,
everything in that line herefore imported.
Also, a large and beautiful assortment of
3-PLY, SUPERFINE, INGRAIN AND
-,r. nn. VENETIAN CARPETS.
DRUGGETS, RUGS,
DOOR MATS, &c., &c.
OIL CLOTHS,
Of superior quality and rich designs, entirely new.
n e are offering great inducements to purchasers, and
solicit a call at 212 BALTIMORE STREET,
sB-2mr _ JOHN TURNBUI.L.
[DUN Ml MANN,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
PAL'F.R HANGINGS, LINEN & VENETIAN BLINDS
PAPER,
PLAIN AND PAINTED STICK BLINDS, &c.
No. 26 North Liberty st.
. above Fayette, Baltimore.
Having removed from No. 48 E. Baltimore St., and fitted
up the above establishment, lie is prepared to Paper
Rooms at the shortest notice. Oil Cloih, Carpeting and
Matting fitted to rooms. Upholstering neatly executed.
He is also ready to furnish all articles in Iris line at CHEAP
ER RATES than any other establishment. GOLD SHADES
as low as $1 and alt otlirr articles in proportion.
Rjririld Blinds repainted and retrimmed. s8 2mr
ROBERT LAW,SON.
SADDLE, TRUNK, HARNESS,
COLLAR MA XV FA C TVRER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
294 BALTIMORE STREET, CORNER SHARP.
Merchants and Wholesale dealers are invited to call and
examine my stock before making purchases, being pre
pared to sell goods as LOW as they can ire purchased in
any of the NORTHERN OR EASTERN CITIES and I
PLEDGE MYSELF TO DUPLICATE any bill made in
those cities. Please call and satisfy yourselves of the
fact ' sB-6rn
JACOB TABLER,
•' MERCHANT TAILOR, AND
GENTLEMEN'S
F URNISHING EST AB L ISII ME XT,
No. 9 NORTH EUTAW STREET,
OPPOSITE EUTAW HOUSE.
He has on hand a choice stock of CLOTHS CASSI-
MkRES, and VE3TIXGS, which he is prepared to make
up to order in the most fashionable stvle, and trusts that
Ins friends will favor him with a share of patronage
...... JACOB TABLER,
Late of the house of Shipley, Howard k Co., No. 303 Bal-
t-niore street. sB-lv
Sg! GENTLEMEN'S
f fLI FASHIONABLE BOOT AXD SHOE
i**- . o ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 334 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR EUTAW,
Baltimore. Md.
R. ROBERTS, Ag't.
All goods purchased at this establishment are of supe
rior workmanship, and the best materials. sB-l.v
ri - 1 ' s - McCLELLAN,
_ FASHIONABLE IIATTEIi,
No. 343 WEST BALTIMORE STRF.ET, NEAR EUTAW.
Manufacturer and Dealer ill
HATS, CAPS, CHILDREN'S FANCY GOODS, UMBREL
LAS, and all goods usually kept in a first-class
sB-3mr Retail Hat Store
PEN CLEANER PEN AND PENCIL
HOLDER AND PAPER WEIGHT
COMBINED.
A new and VERY USEFUL ARTICLE which no one
who writes should be without. Just received and for sale
SAM'L E. TURNER,
aus-tf No. 3 South Charles st.
DANIEL E. MYERS7
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
NO. 28 ST. PAUL STREET,
(OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL.)
~ „ Baltimore.
efficient officers always in attendance. jel9 tim
AT NO. I■> North Culvert street, "comforta
ble Rooms and Board can be had for married or single
persons. MARTIN GOLDSBOROUGH
aulO-tf Agent for keepers.
'rb THE AFFLICTED—MRS. LKVON,
J_ M. D office, 350 \\ pst Baltimore street—practices
mn'/lem V" TUMOR*
owAv-vC-i, ' of lnn £ standing, CHEWING TOBACCO
SMOKING, and INTEMPERANCE, cured. The most
.skeptical are invited to call and examine testimonials
au27-lm*
g— i ' HENRY ENGLISH,
BRASS faucet MAKER,
B.U AND DEALER IN
LEAD PIPE, SHEET LEAD, BLOCK TIN
SHEET ZINC. kc. '
No. 119 F'RONT STREET, AND
878 M 138 FAYETTE STREET. BALTIMORE.
PRESERVING SUGARS, PICKLING
VINEGAR, PURE SPICES, Choice Green and Black
w,t a general assortment of choice Family GRO
CERIES, at the lowest cash prices.
„ C . H. W. DUNCAN,
SS HT S. E. corner Fayette and Pine st.
- sold very low; apply to CARR, GIESE &CO
gß4t 21 Spear's wharf.
i\tfji bDII SALF.—Ont' suprrior
U J W J 1/ 34 Aisqnith street aufedtf
PIC NIC CHAIRS.—For sale low by
CORTLAN k CO.,
yIW tf 216 and 218 Baltimore street. ,
HARDW ARE. Manufacturers'
Agents for the sale of all kinds of AMERICAN and
FOREIGN HARDWARE. HISS A COLE,
'<*22-"- 27 A 29 South Charles street;
TTOLLIDAY STREET THEATRE.
KUNKKL k CO Lessees.
JOHN T. FORD Manager.
On THURSDAY EVENING, Sept. 9, 1858,
To commence with the Drama, entitled
BORN TO GOOD LUCK!
PaudeenO'Rafferty .Mr. W. J. Florence.
To conclude with the Protean Comedietta, called
WORKING THE ORACLE!
Mrs. W. J. Florence in four characters.
Mr. W.J. Florence in four characters.
PRICKS OF ADMISSION:
Dress Circle and Parquette 50 cents.
Family Circle 25 "
Colored Boxes 37
Colored Gallery 25 u
No extra charge for reserved seats. Doors open at 7 I
o'clock—to commence at 7% o'clock.
DANiCING A CAD EM Y.
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.
■yThe Saloon and adjacent Rooms have been thor
oughiy repaired, and will be rented for Balls, Concerts,
&c., on reasonable terms. au3l-eo3w&d3t
totrstons.
„ ~ .IT— ~ SEA BATH ING
at
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 SO, giving the passenger the privi- '
lege to remain the whole season.
M. N FALLS, Agent,
jell tlO Baltimore Steam Packet Company.
Wants.
W ANTED TO RENT.—A small Dwelt
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
WAjSTED. —A comfortable three-story I
ji! •• 13£ DWELLING, with passage and back-building, in the
"Western part of the city, hut East of Fremout st.—
Bent not more than $350. Please address A. G. at this of
s7-tf
year I$5S by Eugene Dupuv, in the ('lerks
DUPUYS
I KSvJ PEHFUffiS, f
§ Unsurpassed in Fragrance
? Ff, -
And Stain Una in its Excellence
I KISS-ME-QUICK j
p Distilled from Fragrant Tulips. I z
\ E.DTJPUV CHEMIST, j \
~ sjut• .Lroadwav.
=!: I
For the Southern District of New York.
KISS-ME-QUICK POMADE FOR THE HAIR.
KISS-ME QUICK SACHEI, FOR THE BUREAU.
KISS-ME-QUICK SOAP FOR THE TOILET.
A GENTS:
CARY, HOWARD & SANGER, New York.
SCUIEPFELLIN BeOS., & Co., "
JAMES T. MAXWELL, "
F. C. WELLS & Co., "
J. W. NORCROSS & Co., Boston and New York.
Sold Everywhere.
QHARLES I). DEFORD EV CO.,
TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND IMPORTERS OF
HAVANA CIGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO,
No. 37 SOUTH GAY STREET,
BALTIMORE.
MANUFACTURED 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 trad
and exportation; also,
SNUFFS, SMOKING AND FINE CUT CHEWING
TOBA CCO,
PIPES AND TOBACCO KNIVES,
jylo-tf LIQUORICE,TONQUA BEANS, Ac.
OFFICE OF THE
MARYLAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB,
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf soo Baltimore street.
DLAX. ADAMS AND DEAN & COLT'S
REVOLVERS, small size.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2S tf 200 Baltimore street.
PURDY'S, LANCASTER'S And DEAN,
Adams' k Dean's GUNS, imported to order, by
D. IL TRIMBLE,
au3o tf {2OO Baltimore street.
O INGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL
DUCK GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
tp2B tf 200 Baltimore street.
'JMJE CELEBRATED Carroll Island Duck
JL GUN, by Westly Richards.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
DOUBLE BARRELL BIRD GUNS- By
Richards, Man ton, Greener, Moore, and all English
makers; for sale by D.B.TRIMBLE,
an2B tf 200 Baltimore street.
BOYS' SIXGLK AND DOUBLE BAR
REI-L BIRD GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
TARENCH BREECH-LOADING SHOT
J. GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
IP VERY AII I'K 'EE IN TL IE SL'OKTIX(I
JL-JL LINE, to be had at
THE SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE,
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
DECOY DUCKS, at Manufacturers' prices
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2.B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
MOUNT V KILN ON CO.,
OFFICE, NO. 94 LOMBARD STREET,
Manufacturers of
COTTON CANVA'S.
ALSO
RAVEN'S DUCK, SEINE AND SEWING TWINE
ap3o-tfr
FITTING AND FIXTURES.
BLAIR A CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
GAS FI XTUR ES,
No. W. BALTIMORE STREET
N . B. GAS PIPE INTRODUCED by experienced workm
and warranted free from leaks.
RE-GILDINQ, RE BBONZIJIO, and SILVERING done at th
shortest notice. a |,29 t f r
A PAGE'S
MARBLE WORKS,
MANTELS, MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
BUILDING WORK,
N. CALVERT STREET, NEAR FRANKLIN,
jylfl-dly
CA o L L IcTTON A HE N C Y .
■> J. D. PRATT fc 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
pomlence with reliable Attorneys in every city and county,
our facilities for effecting speedy and prompt COLLEC
TIONS are such as will give entire satisfaction.
OFFICE OF THE MERCANTILE AGENCY, corner
Baltimore and South Charle* street A. Mr tf
IOOKING GLASSES!
-J LOOKING GLASSES!!
LOOKING GLASSES!
LOOKING GLASS, I PICTURE FRAME,
CONSOLE, CORNICE,
BRACKET, TRIPOD, and
PIER 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 ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY WILL RECEIVE PROMP
ATTENTION. |y2B <ltf
gOMETHIXG NEW
AT NO. 80 BALTIMORE STREET.
O. HER It IN a,
Dealer in every variety of PAPER H ANGINGS, 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 bv
means of a spring connected with oneof the sockets, it can
be made to roll up heavy or light at will.
PAPER-HANGIXG attended to with promptness anddis
patch both in the City and Country.
O. HERRING,
*e7-ly _ (Old Stand,) No. 80 Baltimore street. j
PHOENIX SPICE MILLS,
WAREHOUSE 58 SOUTH STREB
WM. H. CRAWFORD k CO.,
PROPRIETORS,
Offer to the wholesale trade of this city the South And West
GOODS of equal quality and price on same terms as any
other house in the United states fe22-tf
CI ALI KGRNIA AN L) FR ASK RLS R| V ER.
y —Persons desiring Tickets for CALIFORNIA AND
FRASER'S RIVER, by the Steamers leaving New York
the sth and 20th of each and every month, can obtain the
same by applying to PENDERGAST BROS.
au2f tf 77 Smith's wharf, upstairs
MURPHY IS. CO..—BOOKSEI .I PUS ,
PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS,
AND
STATIONERS.
MARBLE BUILDING, 182 BALTIMORE ST.
s7-tf BALTIMORE.
BREIDENBACH'S LONDON SOAPS,
CANFIELD BROTHER It CO.,
•229 BALTIMORE STREET,
Have on hand Breidenbach's genuine Lettuce, Camphor,
Moss Rose, Violet, Old White Windsor, and Queen's Soap
Wholesale and retail. jy!3-tf
VUttccs.
TAISSOU HON.—The co partnership here
existing between the undersigned, under the
firm of MA.NMM, & CO., i„ this day dissolved by mu
ual consent JOSEPH C. MANNING having asfuSed
the debts and liabilities of said firm, will continue the
business in his own name.
JOSEPH C. MANNING,
~ ... . WILLIAM S. MANNING.
August ■>. HBB. au:ui,.„2w
(Sburation.
M R - S. F. STREETER'S SEMINARY
* - FOR YOUNG LADIES,
S. E. corner of Charles and Read sts
We be re-opened on MONDAY,September 13tb.
Applications fur admission may be made to the Princi
*4™t an J' '"' fo| e the commencement of the session.
]V[E\YTOX "UMVERSf] Y.
-L' NO. 92 SARATOGA ST
Three doors west of the Central Presbyterian Church, (for
merl.v Rev. Dr. Stuart Robinson's.)
ii iv V 0""".' its Fourteenth Annual Session on MON
, • bept. 6th, with its usual efficient corps of Professors
and Teachers. 11. \t\ HEATH, 1,. L. D..
P 1,1 _ President.
W v K KIIA MS( • HOD I —Madlso7rr.
TUoS KICIIEY M. A.—Rector.
' ' • MORISON, (late principal of Rugby Acad
cmy, Washington. It. C.) Principal.
Z; A. M.—Professor of Modern Languages,
.i en.".','."",".' ul " '"- 1 "I" 11 f " r reception of pupils
on the FIRM OF OCTOBER. Tl 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 1- issued in a few days, and may be ball
lit WATERS Bookstore. au2B-dtf
SAMI EL HARRIS, will com-
J.T 1 mence tin* I'nurlh Annual Session of her BOARD-
I ING and DAY SCHOOL, on the FIRST MONDAY IN
SEPTEMBER.
Circulars with information as to terms, can he had on
| application, at CL'SHINGS & BAILEY'S Book Store, or
the School, corner of Lanvale and McCulloch streets.
au2o-eo3w #
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND^
SCHOOL OF LETTERS—The exercises of the AC
ADF.MIC DEPAKTM F.NT will he resumed on MONDAY
the 13th of SEPTEMBER. For information or matricula
tion, apply at No. 32 Mulherrv street.
Rev'd. E A. IIALRYMPLE. D. D.,
an'Jivtu thufcsnt fiw • President.
rpHE .MISSES COALERS SCHOOL,
i Will re open, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER J.Tth. No
45 Mulberry st. au2B tSI3
( HJLFEI'I'ER AIIi.ITAI!Y
INSTITUTE, VA.
I hti m'tt of thl. 1 n-titnlc , ill commence on the
FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, lsss Eor cata
logues apply to CHAS. E LIGHT FOOT,
Superintendent C. M. I.
anl6-t153 CulpepperC. IL, Va.
CILASSiCAL AND MATHEMATICAL
J SCHOOL.—PROF. TOPPI NG will reopen his school
on Madison street, near Mt. Calvary Church,on MONO VY'
the 13th of SEPTEMBER. '
The course of instruction includes all the usual English
branches, in addition to Languages and Mathematics
Further information may he obtained at the school rooms
between tlie hours of 4 and 6P. M., during the week pre
vious to the opening of the school.
E. M. TOPPING, A. M..
GEO. G. CAREY, A M i Pnncipals.
au23-<ltd WILSON STItYCKEIi, Assistant.
HALL OF ST. JOHN,
NO. 271 MADISON AVENUE.
(SECOND DOCK ABOVE UUEfM VN NT I
RECTOR: ' '
BENJAMIN B. GRISWOLD, A. M.
This is a Protestant Episcopal School/or a limited num
ber of Rmjs. French Classes under M DKS POMMIF.RS.
Boys received from 111 to 14 years of age. and retaineil
until carried to any degree ~f advancement desired The
School re opens on MONDAY. Septemln-r 6th
Circulars at Mr. WATERS' BOOK STORE, and at the
Episcopal reading room. au7-dtf
TIIE co LI. K(J K ()F ST. JAMES,
A. MARYLAND—The next ANNUAL SESSION begins
on U EDNESDAY, S.-ptember 29tb. Punctual attemlance
on that day is rcqucsti'd. Applicants can enter any class
in the I'reparatory 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 Boarding. For admission apply
to the Rev. Dr. KKRFOOT, Rector, College St. James
Postoffice. Maryland. " jyß tf
BALTIMORE FIRE IXSURAXCE CO
(ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF HALF A
CENTURY.)
NE ir BUILDING,
S. W CORNER OF SOUTH AND WATER STREETS.
This Company INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DAM
AGE BY FIRE, in the city or country, on the various de
script ions of property.
HOARD OF DIRECTORS.
J. I. COHEN, .IK., President
R. A. TAYLOR, WM. GILMOR,
W. (J. HARRISON, J. PENXINOTO
S. T. THOMPSON, JOSHUA 1 COHEN,
GEO. R. VICKERS, FRANCIS T KINO,
F. W. ALRICKS, HENRY CARROLL,
S. O. HOFFMAN, R. S. STEIIART
DAVIDS. WILSON, WM. H. BKUKB.
\Y. F. WORTHixo TON,
fe22-eotfr. FRED'K WOODWORTH. Secretary
BOQGS, COTTMAN & ( (>-.
Nos. 44 and 40 LOMBARD STREET,
OPPOSITE PUBLIC STORES,
BALTIMORE.
IMPORTERS OF
WINES, BRANDIES, (JIN, SKGARS, Ac.
WHOLES\LK DEALERS IN
DO M EST I(' LI 0 [ O It S.CO R|) I A LS, Ac.
Cognac k Rochelh; Brandies. Old Rye Whiskey, of differ-
Pale and Dark. ent qualities
Holland (.'in. German Tonic Bitters
Jamaica A: Santa Cruz Rum. Peach, )
Scotch and Irish Whiskey. Uh *rry,
Madeira, Sherry, Port Lis- Lavender, n .
bon, Malaga. Champagne] Raspberry, | ' 9 -
and Claret Wines. Blackberry, I
Havana & Principe Segars. Ginger, ' j
jy® Cordials, various qualities.
-I F.XC F.LSIOiI!
Y'fri jrfl H ' c K !- KING-S PI A NOS.
./ ■' iA I •/ The subscriber, sole agent in Baltimore
fur tin.*celebrated UIIIUK FRING I'IANOS, will constant
ly kei'p on band, and bu in regular receipt of these superb
instruments, which for quality of tone, elegance of style
superior finish ami durability. Tlmlberg says—are beyond
com/unison the best in Amerirn. Also,' MUSIC, and
STOOLS, &c. Second-band l'ianos, from ?50 to 8200—
MEI.DDEONS, Sic. .1. T. STODDARD,
No. 4 S. Calvert street.
The following testimony from S. THAI.BERG, to the
quality of these instruments, abundantly commends
tlieni—"l consider the CHICK EKING .V SONS' I'IA.NOS
fur beyond c.nmjinrisnn, 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. SIEGI.ING & SDN, Charleston, S. C . a d
N. CABUSI, Richmond, Va. au2S
RJ . B A K E R.
. IMPORTER ANI) MANUFACTURER OF
1) Y E - W O O I) S,
AND DKALEU IX
DYE STUFFS, CHEMICALS, ACIDS,
SAL-SODA, SODA-ASH,
BLEACHING POWDERS, GLUE. EMERY, Ac.,
Used by Woolen, Cotton, laper, Hat ami Soap and
Candle Manufacturers, Tanners, Morocco Dressers, ilaj
chinistsand Dyers,
No. 36 SOCTH Chahi.ES STREET,
<G'2Uf Baltimore
OUNSHINfi AND RAINY DAYS.—It is
important t the Ladies that they be protected through
sunshine and shower. The subscribers keep constantly on
hand a splendid assortment of Silk, Paragon and Whale
hone 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. I'UNDERSON k CO.,
Agents for Wheeler k Wilson and Ne Plus
je.l-tf Ultra S3O Sewing Machines.
PHCKNIX STEAM MARBLE WORKS,
ESTABLISHED 1820,
CORNER SHARP AND GERMAN STREETS.
Persons owning family lots in public cemeteries or pri
vate burial grounds, are respectfully invited to call before
purchasing elsewhere, and examine* the stock of
MONUMEXTS, TOMBS, IIEADSTOXES, kc.,
Of the best American and Italian marble, now finished
and for sale at the above establishment. The assortment,
which is large, embraces original designs and of choice
selections from the most appropriate and 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
MERRILL, THOMAS \ co.
Are now opening, at their NEW WAREHOUSE,
No. 238 Baltimore street, near Charles, a beautiful as
sortment of GUNS, PISTOLS, GUN MATERIAL. &c.,
lately arrived per steamer at New York, rendering their
stock oneof the largest and hot selected in the country,
to which they respectfully invite the attention of the
trade. sfi-linr
SMI ' • EM M ERICH,
BOOT AND SHOE
MANUFAC T U R F, R,
NO. 18 SOUTH STREET,
j.-2t l.v BALTIMORI.
VITESTERN PRODU( F.
' * B . T . E L DE R .
I.>o T.- COMMISSION MERCHANT
-n H I s u V' :taw st • oifixwitii the It ,y o. K. R. Depot.
30hluU. \\ estern .Smoked SHOULDERS
-40 tierces Sugar cured Family HA MS;
60 cases - Lewis M. Norton's" Pine Apple CHEESE:
20 hhds. Western Smoked HAMS, in bags;
i WHISK EY—Old Rye, Bourbon, A*c.; in store
I or sale by (aul9 d&trf-tf) B. T. ELDER.
"OURGLAR PROOF AND FIRE PROOF
Onil-I.Kn IKC.N S ID'S, WITH CIIMBINATION
SANK I-DCK-THE Wolil.D'S SAUK ( (i.MI'ANY have
established an agency in Daltimore f„r the sale of their
IMI REGNABLE CHILLED IRON SAFES
BANK LOCKS AND VAULT DOORS
These are the only reliable ROBBKR I'Roof SAFES ever of
fered for sale ill Baltimore. No reliance can be placed on
Sheet Iron Safes. C. S. WILLETT, Agent
jy7-tf 102 Baltimore street.
POCKET FRUIT KNIVES, WITH SIL
VER BLADE, just reei ived, together with a large vv
riety of fine Steel Bladed I'ocket Kiii\ t-s, of the best na't
terns. For sale, wholesale anil retail, by
CORTLAN & CO.,
1 injKirters and Dealers in
au2o tf Table Cutlery, Plated Goods, Ac.
PRESERVING KETTLES,—BeII Metal
and English Enamelled PRESERVING KKTTI.KS
of every size, and guaranteed of the very best quality re'
cently imported, an,l for sale, wholesale and retail, very
CORTLAN & CO., Importers of
Foreign, Fancy and Staple Goods,
VSPECI LATION.—The Puhiic are in
vited to call at my store to sec the latest improve
ment in WASHING MACHINES—for which Patent Rights
f>r the States of Delaware, .Maryland, and District of Co
lumbia, are for sale.
ALFRED If. REIP,
aul4 tf No. 337 Baltimore st.
Boors AND SHOES.--Laud cw
BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS, now in store, and
for sale by the ease, at faetory prices, by
JOHN ('. BALDERSTON,
Commission Merchant,
No 14 Ihmnverst.
( lOKXS. it I XIOXS.XAILS PEXETRA
TING THE FLESH, extracted without pain, so tha
the boot can be worn immediately without the least incon
venience, by DR. PAINTER,
Surgeon, Chiropodist,
J.v9-1v No 21 N Culvert street.
PATENT BALANCE. One large Patent
Balance with dish, can hooks, 4tc., for sale low by
GEO. L. HARRISON,
uu3l-tf Q O'Donnell's Wharf

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