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Y INANCI AI, AD VE R' Ll> K ATI^ND JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO., UAXKERS, No. 198 BALTIMORE STREET, Discount paper and lend money on collaterals. The Exchange and Collection department of our busi ness receives special attention. We are constant purchasers of liatik notes and domestic Exchange, to any extent, upon the most favorable terms Collections promptly madeand proceeds invariably cred ited subject to check on the day on which advice of pav luent is received. * Bltf BANK 198 BALTIMORE ST RJISCOUNTS ■A? , .. granted. PER®CENT INTEREST 0 " C °" ateral swurit J AT SIX , JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO. Au\ances made on call upon satisfactory securities at BIX percent, interest COLLECT! O J°"™TOX BROTHERS if CO. PROMPTLY JOHNSTON BROTHERS if- CO., " A D E ' sl lf BANKERS. NPHOMAS \V.HALL7~ STOCK -INO BILL BROKER, NO. 2 FRANKLIN BUILDING, NORTH STREET. Buys and sells on commission, the STOCKS and SECURI , t'ns and other markets; Negotiates Notes Loans, Ac . Ac. j v 14 8m MCKIM .8C Co., BANKERS, BROKERS, AND EXCHANGE DEALERS, COR. BALTIMORE A NO ST. CAUL STS., Purchase and sell EOREIGX and DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, negotiate Loans and Business Taper, purchase and sell Stocks and Securities. .Make Collections on all prominent points in the United States and Canada, make advances on Stock and other Collaterals, receive deposits, and transact Banking Business generally my2B-6m PURVIS & CO., BANKERS; NO. 208 BALTIMORE STREET, Buy and sell all kinds of UNCURRENT MONEY, TREAS URY NOTES, SIGHT and TIME DRAFTS, make COLLEC TIONS on all parts of the United States, and transact all other business pertaining to Private Banking on very lib eral terms. m'2-eotf ISRAEL COIIKN, STOCK, BILL AND NOTE BROKER, No. 5 NORTH STREET, Buys and sells on commission all the Securities of this and other markets; negotiates Notes, Loans, Ac. fm.v4-tf JOHN S GITTINGS. BEN7.IL WILLIAMS IOHN S. GITTINGS & CO., J BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS, CORNER SOUTH AND SECOND STRP.BTS, Buy and sell on commission Stocks and Securities of this and other markets. ADVANCES made on Stocks, Notes and other Collat erals; negotiate Time Paper and Stock Loans. INTEREST allowed on deposits, and Banking busines transacted generally. ap9-tf ARTIN LEW 17 BILL, NOTE, AND STOCK BKOKER, XO. 6, SOUTH STREET. UP STAIRS. GIYES HIS SPECIAL AND INDIVIDUAL ATTEN TION, to the negotiation of MERCANTILE PAPER, EFFECTS LOANS ON STOCKS AND BONDS, AND BUYS AND SELLS THE PUBLIC SECURITIES, OF THIS AND OTHER MARKETS. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE, on any first class Securities left with him for sale. mr9-6m PH. SI: LL! VAN,— . STOCK AND BILL BROKER, BUYS AND SELLS ON COMMISSION ALL TnE SE CURITIES OF THIS AND OTHER MARKETS, 1 AND NEGOTIATES BILLS, NOTES AND LOANS. OFFICE, 24 SF.COND STREET, mr!7-tf ( Corner of TripoleCs alley.) SAMUEL HAEBIS & SONS, BANKERS, STOCK, EXCHANGE AND NOTE BROKERS, No. 19fi B A L TI M O R E STREET , COLLECT on all accessible points in the United States and Canadas, promptly and on favorable terms. BUY and SELL CHECKS and UNCURRENT BANK NOTES, at low rates. NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER and STOCK LOANS, and i buy and sell on Commission STOCKS and SECURITIES n this and other markets. RECEIVE DEPOSITS in Bankable or Uncurrent Funds and transact the Banking and Exchange Business in every department. mh4 dly _ Stocks, ifvdMQC, #t~ PRIME COMMERCIAL PAPER wanted at best rates by ISRAEL COHEN, jy!s-tf No. ft North street. QTERLINI i EXCHANGE. Ror sale by KNOX & CO., auls tf f j Exchange. ' BALTIMORE < JITY G ; S OF 1875 WANTED BY 1 ISRAEL COHEN, " jyfl-tf No. f> Franklin Bank Buildings, North st. NEW YORK EXCHANGE wanted by LAMBERT GITTINGS, .R'23-tf 58 Buchanan's Wharf. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD ■ BONDS OF 1878. NORTH WESTERN VIRGINIA RAILROAD BONDS, GUARANTIED BY THE CITY OK BALTIMORE. NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA RAILROAD BONDS, ENDORSED BY THE li. k O. R. R. COMPANY MARYLAND GAS COMPANY'S STOCK. I SHORT MOUNTAIN COAL COMPANY'S STOCK. For sale by P. H. SULLIVAN, je3-tf Mo. 24 Second Street. DOUBLOONS. ~ I 128 PATRIOT DOUBLOONS, for sale by je'2-tf .IAS. CORNER k SONS. ' WESTERN BANK STOCK ' \ wanted by P. H. SULLIVAN, 1 my2s-tf No. 24 Second treet. HOWARD BANK STOCK for sale i>v ! P. H. SULLIVAN, t my!7-tf No. 24 Second Street. f QANTA I LARA MINING COM- 1 O PANY'S STOCK for sale bv P.H.SULLIVAN, 1 ap26-tf No. 24 Second street. MERCHANTS' MUTUAL INSURE ANCE COMPANY'S STOCK. 0 ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY'S , STOCK, for sale by P. H. SULLIVAN, ap26-tf No. 24 Second street. J YORK, PA., FUNDS— Bought at best rates by apl4 tf JNO. S. GITTINGS k CO. EXCHANGE ON WELLS, FARGO & CO., San Francisco, Cal., and on P. C. BOMBALILR & CO., Havana, in sums to suit, for sale hy PENDEIIGAST BROS., aplO-tf 77 Smith's Wharf, up stairs. MARX LAND STATE STOCK, 70'S and 90's wanted by JOHN S. GITTINGS k CO., corner South and Second streets. mr2o-tf. ' REMOVAL! DR. GEORGE E. DONALDSON, M?r (M U.C.V.S., London.) YE TERIKA R V SUR GE OK, Has removed to FAYETTE ST., BETWEEN NORTH AND CALVERT. THE DISEASES OF HOUSES and all other domesticated animals, receive pr mpt attention and scientific treatment. His celebrated OINTMENT for Spavins, Splints, Ring bones. and all bonv enlargements; Curbs, Distemper, Chronic Cough, Ac., Ac., and Veterinary Medicines of every description, warranted genuine and -properly pre pared, can at all times be had at his office; or forwarded to any part of the country on receipt of cash. N. B.—I)R. DONALDSON can also be consulted by let ter, enclosing one dollar, upon all diseases connected with his profession, when the proper inode of treatment and the propter medicine to that amount will be immediately for warded. State the symptoms clearly and carefully, and how the medicine is to be sent—as Liquids cannot be transmitted through the Post. au2o-tf drTbaakee TREATS ALL DISEASES I^3^ , FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. BAAKF.E will also give special attention to the fol lowing cases: Coughs. Colds. Consumption, Croup, Influ enza. Asthma, Bronchitis, and all other diseases of the Throat and Lungs. He will devote partieular attention to the treatment of all skin diseases—Lumhago, Scrofula Rheumatism, (acute anil chronic,) Neuralgia, Paralysis Epilepsy, Dyspepsia, Piles, and all derangements of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels; and also to all chronic Female diseases. Special attention will be given to the treatment of the EYE and EAR. DR. BAAIvEE has made a new discovery of a Fluid that will produce perfect absorption of the Cataract, and restore perfect vision to lie Eye without the use of the knife. Dr. Baakee can produce one thousand certificates of his perfect success in curing Cancer, old Sores or Ulcers, Fistula, Swellings or Tumors of every description, and without the use of the knife. Special arrangements must he made with Dr. Baakee f"r the treatment of the last named diseases, as they will require his constant advice and attention. DR. BAAKEE is one of the most skillful and celebrated Surgeons and Physicians now living. His fame is known personally in nearly every principal citv in the world. All letters directed to Dr. Baakee, (enclosing one dollar.) from any distance, correctly stating the nature of the dis ease, shall be promptly answered, and a package of medi cine will he sent by mail with full instructions for treat ment. All patients with chronic (or old) diseases, can be successfully treated by correspondence. Office hours from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. DOCTOR BAAKEE. Office CORNER of CALVERT and LEXINGTON STS., opposite Monument Square, Baltimore. Md. au4 tfr PACA MILLS. GEO. W. WAIT k SON, Proprietors, WAREHOUSE 72 SOUTH STREET, Have now ready fresh stocks of their goods, in every variety of package, including MUSTARD, in wood, tin and glass; PURE GROUND SPICES, all kinds, in wood, tin and glass; TABLE SALT, in bags and boxes; RICE FLOUR, CURRIE, kc., kc.. ALSO, 300 bags PEPPER; 200 44 PIMENTO; 1,000 mats CASSI A: 3,000 lbs. NUTMEGS; 1.000 lbs; MACE; CLOVES in bales; GINGER in bags and barrels; AFRI CAN BIRD PEPPERS,etc. Agents also for the sale of Preston's Boston CHOCO ATES and COCOA PREPARATIONS, at the lowest W EST & J EVE NS , IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS, AND DEALERS IN GAS FIXTURES, Of every Description, A'o. 206 Baltimore Street, r„ n- < . i , • BALTIMORE ii Introduced into . „blic and private buildings tLi best manner and on the most pleasing terms, nirll-tf KENSEY JOHNS & COT, MANUFACTURERS OF TNE SILVER SPRING, FAMILY, EXTRA & SUPER FLOUR Also, keep constantly on hand The Patapsco Brand, and the best grades of Howard Street and City Mills, Extra and Super, and Rye Flour Nos. 22 and 24 COMMERCE STREET, BALTIMORE, M. Successors to PUF.R k JOHNS. jj2-3m REMOVAL. B. T. ELDER, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT, REMOVED from No. 81 Smith's Wharf, to NO. 120 SOUTH EUTAW STREET, Opposite Camden Station of the B. & O. R. R. (JAKKS. —UOBBKR AM) KIKK I'UOOF O—LILLIK'S PATENT CHILLED IRON, WITH COM BINATICN BANK LOCK.—The only reliable safe for sale in this city. All other fire-proof Safes are made of sheet iron. A fair price will be allowed for them in exchange. C. S. WILLETT, Jyl6-tf 192 Baltimore street. PRIME SHERRY.—I have receivd an in voiced fine SHERRY, the best imported from the es tate of Widow Harmony, and well worth the attention of gentlemen wanting a superior Sherry Wine. For sale by GEO. HOLLINS, corner Fayette and Charles its, jjPrn (f'-uobs. CI LOSING OUT SALE" A JUNE Ist, 1858. WROTH & FULLERTO.V, WILL COMMENCE THIS 1)A Y TO CLOSE OUT j I'HE REMAINDER OF THEIR RICH STOCK OF | SPRING AND SUMMER SILKS, BAREGKS AND BAREGE ROBES, GRENADINES AND GRENADINE ROBES, J OR )ANDY LAWNS AND ORGANDY ROBES, LACE POINTS AND SILK VISITES, SPRING SHAWLS, D OTHER DESIRABLE GOODS, AT UNHEARD OP LOW I'R i )TE INVITE PARTICULARLY THE ATTENTION OF O R ! CsiTOMKRS. Jel-tf NO 85 BALTIMORE STREET HOSIERY. AMOS LOVEJOY k CO., 1 9 5 Ii A L T I M ORE STREET, j Have received a large assortment of FALL AXI) WIN TEK HOSIERY, such as Shaker Knit Shirts and Draw ' ers. Hose, &c. All softs and sizes of Merino Under shirts ; and Drawers for Men, Ladies ami Children; (iloves, Sus penders. Cravats,Collars,Pins, Needles, Tapes, Hooksand Eyes, Bobbins, Threads, Sewing Silks. Boston and Wool Wadding, Yarns, Douglass & Sherwood's Steel Skirts, Knitting Cottons, kc.. kc., wholesale k Retail at 195 Bal timore street between Light and Charles, Baltimore, Mary land. s2 tf sooks anil BOOKS AND STATIONERY. CUSHINGS k BAILEY, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, 262 BALTIMORE STREET. Offer for sale at low prices the largest and most complete assortment of LAW, MEDICAL, CLASSICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY, Be found in the city. They respectfully invite an examination of their Stock. Orders attended to promptly. fe22-tf. BLANK BOOK. I'AI'ER AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, SAMUEL E TURNER, No. 3 SOUTH CHARLES STREET HAS ON HAM) A VERY SUPERIOR assortment of PAPER, STATIONERY and BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS. Among his stock will he found WRITING and LETTER PAPERS, both domestic and foreign, of all the most approved manufacturers. NOTE PAPERS—RuIed and Plain, in very great va riety. EN VELOPES of all kinds. STATIONERY of every description, for office and private use, viz:—STEEL PENS, PEN HOLDERS, SEALING WAX, WAFERS, LEAD and SLATE PENCILS, INK STANDS, &c., kc. INK—Writing and Copying, of all the best makers, LETTER COPYING PRESSES, PORTFOLIOS, POBTE MONNAIES, kc., kc. Also, a large assortment of WRAPPING PAPER. PLAYING CARDS, PRINTERS' do., kc., kc., all at low prices. COUNTRY MERCHANTS will do well to call. fe'22-tf. Coal. CHARLES GILMOR CO.. DEALERS IN ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COALS. Office, No. 23 Law Buildings. We have now on hand and are constantly receiving AN THRACITE COAL from the best mines, for furnace and cooking purposes, which we will sell at the lowest rates. Our stock embraces— BLACK DIAMOND, .SHORT MOUNTAIN LOCUST GAP, TREVOKTON, COAL MOUNTAIN. LEHIGH. IYKENS VALLEY, I BROAD MOUNTAIN LORBERRY, JCUMBERLAND COAL. We have on hand and will he constantly receiving, "Gray's superior White Asli COAL, from the region of the Bait. Go's. Mines, and which we warrant equal to the Bait. Go's. Coal, or any other in market, in every respect. The best quality of Goal for Furnace $5.23 per ton of 2.240 His. Cooking Goal at $5 per ton of 2,240 lbs. Cumberland Goal forsalehythe car load,' cargo or single ton, at lowest Orders through the P. O. attended to. aul6 COAL! COAL ! COAL! COAL AT FIVF. DOLLARS PER T0N—2,240 pounds Superior quality of White, Red, and Grey Ash GOA L. Kf Delivered free of charge in any part of the city, at $5 per t0n—2.240 pounds. JOHN G. McCGLLOUGH, Goal and Wood Dealer. Office—N W. corner Pratt anil Fremont streets. " N. W corner Park and Fayette streets. Wharf—foot Eutaw street. KINDLING WOOD; KINDLING WOOD! lam now preparing on my wharf, by steam power, SAWED AND SPLIT OAK AND PINE WOOD, which I will sell and deliver free of charge at TEN PER CENT, less than any dealer in the city. JOHN G. McCULI.OC'GII, Office—Pratt and Fremont streets. " Park and Fayette streets. WC >OD I WO< )IRR * * OAK AND PINE WOOD without being sawed and split, for sale at prices as low as can be purchased at Light street, or other wharves in the city. JOHN G. McCUI.LOUGH. Office—Pratt and Fremont streets. " Park and Fayette ft reels. aulO-tf CUMBERLAND COAH By cargo or car load, at the lowest market price, bv STEPHEN S. LEE, an 10 A 50 South Gay st. COAL AGENCY. THE UNDER signed having been appointed AGENT for the sale of the "BOSTON COAL COMPANY'S" GOAL, is now pre pared to offer this superior COAL in such quantities as may be desired, at the reduced price of FIVE DOLLARS PER TON of 2.240 lbs., delivered in any part of the city. The Mine is situated in Wyoming Valley, near Wilkes barre, Pa. The GOAL is "PURE WIIITK'ASH." burning thoroughly, and leaving nothing but ashes. It has been tested by many of our most reliable citizens and manu facturers, who ALL testify that it is Me best COAL they hare ever burned. It is guaranteed to he free from bone and Slate or any other impurities, and to give entire satisfaction to the pur chaser. As I shall sell no other Anthracite Con?, than that from the "BOSTON GOAL CO.'S" Mine, purchasers will run no risk of getting an inferior or mixed Goal. I am also prepared to offer all the varieties of CUMBER LAND and other BITUMINOUS GOALS, at the lowest market prices, eitiier by cargo or single ton, and respect fully solicit orders, which shall be attended to promptly and carefully. TIIOS. R. BASSFORB, au7 i'.mos No. South street. COAL! COAL!! COAL! 1! IF D WARD A. ROBINS. -J WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PEALER IN ANTHRACITE AND CUMBERLAN D GOAL, OFFICE, No. 7 SUN IRON BVILDING, BALTIMORE. YARD—CORNER EDEN AND LOMBARD STS. By All orders left at our Office will be promptly attend ed to. au3-tf COAL!! COAL!!! The very best hard WHITE ASH COAL, suitable for FAMILY FURNACES and PARLOR STOVES of strong draft and choice soft RED ASH, prepared expressly- fin cooking purposes and stoves of light draft. For sale, de liverable in any part of the city at the very low prices of from $5 to $5 50 per ton of 2.240 pounds. Consumers will please call at the YARD. No. 78 NttRTH near PLEASANT STREET, and examine for themselves. HUDSON & O'LEARY, 7S North street, au4-tf _ Baltimore. COAL! COA L M COAL!!! The undersigned, appointed Agents of the BOSTON COAL COMPANY, situate in tiie Wyoming Valley, near Wilksbarre, Pa., are prepared to contract for or to sell any quantity of ANTHRACITE COAL from said mine. Tiie quality of the Coal is not excelled by any hard Coal that comes to this market, being PURE WHITE ASH, and burning freely and thoroughly. The undersigned have now on hand FIVE HUNDRED TONS, which they will sell at very reasonable prices, and which they would be pleased to have purchasers examine anil test. They are authorized to guarantee tiie quality of the Coal to give satisfaction, as also to he free of bone and slate. HALL ,t LONEY, jyß-3m 56 Buchanan's wharf. CI O A LT " J CUMBERLAND COAL of the best quality, from the American Company's and other mines in the George's Creek Valley, constantly for sale bv the cargo or car load. STICKNEY & CO., ap24-tf Exchange I'lace. CHAS. FORSTER, JR. WM. B. SLACK. COAL FORSTER LB SLACK, SHIPPERS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COAL have in yard and are prepared to deliver in good order, LUMP LEIIIGH for Cupolas and Foundry purposes. Baltimore Company, Sunbury, Locust Cap and Lurberry White Ash, Lyken's Valley and Short Mountain Red Ash, for family use. Cumberland Coal for manufacturing and do inestic purposes, t PI'KR YARD, —Howard Street, oppo : site Centre. LOWER YARD, —Corner Albemarle .and Alice | Anna Streets feh22 tf. II7TNDOW" GLASS, PAINTS, &c. ?▼ BAKER BROTHERS A CO., JVos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, Importers of French and Manufacturers of Baltimore WINDOW GLASS, DRUGGISTS' GLASS WARE, VIALS, DOTTLES, JARS, FLASKS. ETC. IMPORTERS AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF Alum, Roll Brimstone, Copperas, Castile Soap, Epsom Salts, Castor Oil, Saleratus, Linseed Oil, Bi-Carb. Soda, White Lead, Sal Soda, Chrome Green, Refined Saltpetre, Chrome Yellow, Borax, s3-ly Paints in Oil, all kinds. PI iISERV IN (; JAR S—F<) 1 v FR ESII OR SUGARED FRUIT. &c., AT REDUCED PRICES. ARTTTUR'S Self Sealing, Class, Tin and Earthen; an old and reliable article. POTTER a BODINE'S Air-tight Class; new, good and cheap. SAXDWICTT JARS, ground glass stoppers, airtight cheap and excellent. BENNETT'S Yellow, Earthen, air-tight. TOMATOEand Preserving Stone Jars, with corks. PICKLE JARS. Glass and Stone. The very b%st assortment of the above goods ever fered in this city (with minute printed directions gratis,) at PARR'S CHINA HALL, 211 Baltimore street, au26 tfr near Charle R. CO UPLAND, FASHIONABLE HATS, CAPS, &c No. 40 Baltimore Street. Between *'REDERICK atul HARRISON STS. mrll-ly BALTIMORE. RIIHE BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY'S A Sole Agents for this city, are MESSRS. DOBBIN & WARFIF.LD, au3o-tf No. 36 Si-i;nnil street. J~ "wruiCHAlfl)SON—Has iakun the .store No. 12 NORTH GAY STP.EF.T, adjoining Christ Chinch, where he is now opcuing a choice selection of su perfine and medium CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS, with many other Staple Dry Goods, all of which he will re tail on favorable terms. Having been fortunate in secur ing the services of Capt. ROBT. HALL, whose reputation a ' . 'cutter is well known in this community, he '! wiu ho ablc t0 manufacture CLt IT HI N' G, of every variety to please all who may favor him with a V ,'' g llln ! self that no effort on ids part shall lie wanting to give universal satisfaction, he respectfully so licits a share of the patronage of his friends and the com munity in general. No. 12 NORTH GAY ST., au27-lin adjoining Christ Church. ANTIC TELEGRAPH CABLE. We have received from Tiffany A Co., New York, speci mens of the CABLE, 4 inches in length. Each piece is accompanied with a copy-righted fae simile certificate of Cyras W. Field, Esq.. that it is cut from the genuine Ca ble. 50 cents each. At 3 tf A WEBB'S JEWELRY STORE.. THE DAILY EXCHANGE, SEPTEMBER 9, 1858 bilker Marc Jttorlnr, &t. WATCH ES ! WATCHESTWATCHES! THE LONDON WATCH & JEWELRY STORE, I 159 Baltimore Street. • I? the best place in the city to buy A good reliable WATCH ; or piece of jewelry, or to have a fine Watch repaired.— Watches that never went accurately before have BEEN pro nounced time-keepers, after passing through ALEXAN DER'S hands. J. ALEXANDER, formerly of J. M. FRENCH, aul4-tf Royal Exchange, London. NEW PLA DEC* GOODS— BAN FIELD, BROTHER <f: CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET. Are now opening all the new styles of plated COFFEE and TEA SETS, plated URNS, BASKETS, KETTLES, Butter Boats, Sugar Baskets, Salt Cellars, SPOONS, I' ORKS, LADLES, CASTORS, kc., kc., and for sale at the lowest prices. apß tf NEW PEARL JEWELRY— CANFIE LD, BltO. if: C 0., 229 BALTIMORE STREET. Have just opened a complete assortment of TEAR L J E W EI.BY, consisting of full sets, Pins, Necklaces, Ear Drops, Bracelets, kc.. newest styles. mr.'lL-tf I C. CAN FIELD. W. U. CANFIELD. J. 11. MEREDITH. / IAN FIELD, BROTHER & CO., VJ IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN WATCHES. FINE JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE, MILITARY AND FANCY GOODS, DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONES. 229 BALTIMORE STREET, mr26-tf Baltimore. GJEO. W. W E B L>, r GOLDSMITH AND JEWELLER S. E. corner of Baltimore and Charles streets. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN FINE WATCHES, RICH JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE AND FINE FANCY ARTICLES. VEf Every attention paid to the repair and manufacture of Jewelry. Fine watches repaired by experienced work protopplnr. W DAVIS, • AMBROTYPEAXP PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. No. 121 BALTIMORE STREET, aulfi fun three doors above South, Baltimore. § W. PE RK I N S~,~" J, DA GUERRE IAN AND AMISROTYPE GALLERIES, 211 and 217 BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR CHARLES, api -6m Baltimore. 9Q7 E. TIiTTLE'S 9()7 / A M B R O T Y P E S /CAE i AND PHOTOGRAPHS, 207 BAI.TIMORF. STREET, apl-6m Baltimore. HH. CLARK'S • AMBROTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY No. 23 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, ( Corner Centre Market Space,) ap2-6mos Baltimore. ®barnr. TOBAC('<>. POUNDS. T. Wilkinson .Esmeraldo Taliaferro and Jenny Lind J. B. Gaddess Massie Bill Hixon J. Richardson Everett. P. Pugh Sam Ward Eclipse Gold Loaf HALF POUNDS. Nation's Pride I Washington [Don Juan. People's Favorite I FIVES k TENS. Russell & Robinson Sun Flower illodevah Ellen Glenn J James Piper John Stanley. FANCY STYLES, Apricot I Lusuria del I Banana. Lyle Maxwell I Popolo JAMES THOMAS' BRANDS. Virgin lbs. Lump I Jewel of Opliir I Eldorado Diadem Twist | Twist. For sale by J. LYLE CLARKE & CO., AU3O tf L p.. West Lombard st. MANUFAI 'TI RED T()BAC( O. Jos. Hemes, FT's. A. G. Saunders, ft's. Sultana. Ball. R. J. Smith, 6's. Fillmore, lbs. and twist. P. J. Harrison, lbs. A. G. Terry, twist. Taylor, 44 Eagle, * % lbs. Jno. Thomas, 44 Jno. Linton, silver twist. Union, 44 M. Langhorne k Sons, Nee- Fine Pounds. tar, lbs. F. Beverly, lbs. B. W. Jones, 41 Martin Van Hook, 44 Thos. S. Keen, 44 J. C. Moorman, 44 .fas. Harper, 44 WM Ligon, X' 1 W. Barrett, 44 Atwood, ft's and 10's. Scearce& Martin, 44 Fashion, ft's. R. W. White, 44 Young k Wimbish, ft's. W. E. Farmer, 44 Jus. S. Parrow, 10's. L. Lawrence, 44 For sale by JOHN P. PLEASANTS k SONS, Jy26-tf No. 5 gSouth street. VJA NU FA CTURED TOBACCO. John J. Crittenden Hue cured lb*., Henry Co., Ya. Brice Thomas, do. do. do. J. H. Wilson lbs. S. S. Turner lbs. J.Cardwell " A.Wins J. M. Dillard " H. M. Gihlis " Queen of May " John A. Smith " S. S. Law Twist. It Caswell Twist For sale by COURTN F.Y it GUSHING. au2l-tf No. B5 South Gay St. JYJA.X UFACTURED TOBA(•< (). B. T. Preston lbs. Thomas L. Orton lbs. S. Preston 44 J. T. Ross 44 John T. Ross 44 John Gibbs 44 J. Brook 44 T. Mate 44 A. Turner 44 F. Tavlor 44 Wm. Dooly 44 D. F. Holt 44 Smoking Tobacco, in boxes and bbls. For sale by COURTNEY & CUSHING, au2l-tf 65 >"'.it!i Gay street. MANUFACTURED TOBAcca POUNDS. Jno. P. Labby, Jas. Williams, W. B. Millner k Son, Best by Far, J. K. Millner, W. H. Siniley, Pioneer, Eudora, Richardson, National, W. F. Flippen, Tobacco Queen, B. T. Henry, (,'. S. Pearson, Christian's Comfort, Morton. Bidgood, D. K. Martin, Leftwich, X A.C. Turnley, John Tabb, W. Eddy, S. M. Manning, Continental. FIVES AND TENS. Russell & Robinson, I Alexander, Keime, Robinson k Co., I Bob Temple, Zenobia, |X. P. Wells, Bright, Jno. W. Priddy, Sherwood, W. H. Smiley, W. Long, Christian's Pine Apple, K. S. Thompson, Do. G. F. Royal, j Pantheon, Do. C. S. Pearson, i.\. C. Turnley, Oilman, Lyon & Brodnax, Manderson, J. C. Brock, ; Isaac Newton, A. E. Crutehfleld, IXL, J. McDowell, Waverly. HALF POUNDS. Christian's Pine Apple, IPhil Primus, Do. Nation's Pride, Jobbers Delight, Olive Branch, |A. C. Turnley, Laurel Branch, Bidgood, Shiloh, iFilla and Ida, Forest Rose, Rising Sun, Blair k Burch, Havelock, National Guard, Jas. Douglas, Brown, (Bright,) J. R. Melton, Temptation, Norton, (Bright.) T. Dabney, FANCY STYLES. Christian's Iviss Me Quick, Powhatan Spun, Dewberry Spun, Venahle, P. D. Trotter's Rough & W. B. Millner !t Son Rough Ready Twist, & Ready Twist. Pancake and Foil Twist in kegs and caddies, Powhatan Pipes and Smoking Tobaccos. In store and for sale by ARMISTEAD, RIGGS & CO., au4-tf .17 Exchange Place. '"TRUSSES! TRUSSES!! TRUSSES!!! JL SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND CUTI-ERY IN GENERAL, HEINISCII SHEARS, SCISSORS AND POINTS, FEN AND POCKET KNIVES, CARVERS AND FORKS, RAZORS <fi RAZOR STRAPS, TABLE CUTLERY, ftc., of the best quality, aUvays on baud, and warranted by SAMUEL JACKSON, No. 194 Baltimore street, Near St. Paul street, jyoOilfim Baltimore. T MPOR TED CIGARS JL AND CHEWING TOBACCO THO S. N. WEBB, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CORNER or GARDEN AND MADISON STREETS, BALTIMORE Keeps constantly on hand all the Choice Brands of Im ported Havana CIGARS and Sujierior CHEWINC TO BACCO, with Fancy Articles of the Trade, mrlß-tf ' C F MIAPHODOMETE K" VJT IS THE NAME OP A MACITIKE JUST PATENTED BY .1 . M. W A M P I, K K , CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER, BALTIMORE, MIL It is an AUTOMATIC SURVEYOR, which, by simple mechanism, is made to record accurately—on a strip, or endless roll of paper—a CORRECT PROFILE of any route passed over; the ANGLES of REFLECTION right and left; and the DISTANCE travelled, upon any required scale, or set of scales. This machine may represent in appearance or purpose, an ordinary Buggy Wagon, with the addition of the very valuable attachment claimed above. There is a box con taining the simple contrivance for recording upon the strip of paper as above mentioned. Motion is conveyed to the paper by the revolution of the bind wheel, which acts by band and geer upon rollers over which the paper is carried. One half the strip of paper is devoted to hori zontal projection, the other half to vertical projection,and the centre or division is a line of pricked distances. The DEFLECTIONS are worked by the turning of the fore axle of the Buggy in assuming the horizontal changes in the route; the PROFILE, by a weight, adapting itself to the lowest position attainable through any changes in the lev el of the route passed over; and the DISTANCES, by points at calculated intervals, on the periphery of one of the rollers conveying the paper. I will sell STATE RIGHTS, COUNTT RIGHTS, or INDIVID UAL RIGHTS, for the USE. or USF. and MANUFACTURE of this Machine on reasonable terms. Address the patentee, J. MORRIS WAMPLF.R, jy22-df.m Baltimore, Md. JAMES M. ANDERSON A SON, ENGRAVERS, No. 148 Baltimore Street, BANK NOTE, STEEL k COPPER PLATE PRINTING. TNVITATION, WEDDING, VISITING £. Cards, etc.. Engraved and Printed in the most fashion able styles. Corporate and Notarial Seals, Letter Stamps, etc. London and Paris Visiting Cards, De La Rue' 9 En velopes. etc. fe22tf WM. C. ROBINSON, No. 81 BOWLY'S WHARF, BALTIMORE, KF.EPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. WHICH HE WILL SELL AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES, WINTER AND FALL SPERM OIL, ) " ELEPHANT OIL, | BLEACTIF.D " " SOLAR <>IL, [• AND UN " " PATENT OIL, I BLEACHED " " LARD OIL, I MACHINERY, LUBRICATING & CYLINDER SPERM OIL. NORTH-WEST COAST WHALE OIL. STRAITS, BANK AND SHORE TANNERS' OIL. SPERM AND ADAMANTINE CANDLES jy22 iltf ASSORTED SIZES RJNHE BALTIMORE COAL COM PA _l_ NY'S SOLE AGENTS for this city, are MESSRS. DOBBIN & WARFIELD, au.TOtf ______ NO. S6 Second street. BUTTER COOLERS.— Just received and for sale at a very low price, a new style of block tin Butter Cooler, which will not only serve the purpose of hardening Butter, but it proves to be a desirable orna ment for the table. Apply to ALFRED 11. REIP, At the Housekeepers' Emporium, jy3l-dtf 337 Baltimore street. Minis, liquors, &t. PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY, CINCINNATI, OHIO, i Tliis Brandy has been manufactured for several years from the PI lit; JUICE of the CATAWBA GRAPE, thus affording additional evidence of the progress of American enterprise and industry, and of our ah lity to produce ar ticles at home equal to those made by any other nation. The OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY not only equals, but EXCELS the best Imported Brandies in purity and flavor. It is in fact the BEST BRANDY known. This statement is fully corroborated by the certificates of our most dis tinguished analytical Chemists. A sure remedy for DYSPEPSIA, FLATULENCY, CRAMi', ciIoLIC, LANGUOR, LOW SPIRITS, GENE RAL DEBILITY, kc. NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. RETAIL PRICE $1.25 PER BOTTLE. G. Simmonds has appointed DAVIS & MILLER, Whole sale Druggist.-. 12 X. Howard street, Sole Agents for the State of Maryland, where dealers and customers will i please forward their orders. s8 lin ' V'l. ): rm M>is. ' MAG'NOLTA~VV IL is. KEY.—S. X. Pike & Co.'s Cincinnati. ORIGf - MAGNOLIA WHISKEY, which has so ! eminently maintained its high reputation in every part of j the United States during the lust twenty years, will henceforth always be found in great supply and furnished i to the trade at CINCINNATI PRICES, by the subscribers, ; appointed SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE AGENTS for the j above old Distilleries. The public arc cautioned against the spurious imitative brands which envious parties have so long foisted on pur chasers. Their great inferiority to Pike's Original Mag nolia may effectually serve to detect them. W. GRANGE k CO., 3 Exchange Place. ALSO, Pike's superior deodorized COLOGNE and other Spirits, at lowest market prices. s8 tf ' •• COMING THROUGH THE -iJiBgjrRYE!''—CHOICE OLD RYE WHISKEY, c '/IEGLER, BROWNSVILLE. PEW I N CASES OF ONE DOZEN BOTTLES EACH. This extra old Whiskey, warranted pure and deliciously mild, is unsurpassed by any in the market. It is pa tieii larl.v calculat d for family use, where quality is a consid eration. Sold exclusively by the proprietor's agents, WM. GRANGE & CO., *8 tf 3 Exchange Place. THOMAS SHIELDS. p. J. ROCHE." SHIELDS & ROCHE, [MBESSMJ IMPORTERS OF WINES AND BRANDIES, And dealers in all kinds of DOMESTIC LIQUORS. No. 145 North Howard street, Baltimore, Md. Always on hand, a large stock of superior Old RYE WHISKEY. aul7 tf n ■ |gi QUITZOW & McMULLEN, FCLPPJGI NO. 47 CHEAPSIDE, 47 SOUTH CALVERT STREET, IM PORTERS OP Tf RANDIES, WINES, <f-e. , Now offer, in and out of bond, all kinds of WINES and BRAN DIES, at the lowest New York prices. We keep on hand constantly, an extensive assortment of these GOODS, to which we invite the attention of TRADE. Our facili ties are not surpassed by any house in this country. We enumerate in part, the following stock: Cognac Brandies—Jas. Hennessy; Otard, Dupuy k Co.; Jules Robin, Rochellc Brandy, Camille Seignett, Bor deaux Brandy, Champagne Brandy, of different grades. Madeira—Welsh's, Almeida—Newton. Gordon & Co.; L. Koester A: Co.; Celte, Sicily Colli, and Muscat. Sherry—Pemartin, Duff, Gordon k Co.; Romano, Of fley's. Port Wine—Bumester's, Royal Alto, Duoro k Co., G. T. Port; V. R. Port; Osborne's, Treble Grape, &c. Claret—of various grades, in cases. Choice and inferior brands of Champagne—Mums, Verz enay. Cabinet, Imperial, Due De Montabello, and other brands. Malaga—Of different brands. Also, Porto Rico Bay Runt, in cases. aul2 r ' ' ' * LAUREXCE THO.MsIvN &"('()., EXCHANGE PLACE. HEAD OF COMMERCE STREET, IMPORTERS OP BRANDIES, WINES, SEGARS kc., Offer for sale an extensive assortment of BRANDIES: J. Hennessy; Otard, Dupuy k Co.; Jean Louis, 1811; Su perior old Cognac; Jules Robin k Co.; A. Seignette; John Durand k Co.—of various grades. All in U. S. Bonded Warehouse. WINES: Sherry, Maderia, Port, Sicily, Lisbon, Burgundy and Malaga Wines in casks. Also, Champagne, Claret and Hock in glass—part very choice; Curacoa and Maraschino Cordials. HOLLAND GIX, of Bicker's "Grape" brand—of highly approved quality. London Brown Stout and Porter; Scotch and India Ale. Bordeaux anil Marseilles Sweet Oil, Sardines, Maccaroni, Vermicelli, Olives, Capers, kc., kc. HAVANA SEGARS constantly receiving from a num b.-r of t 1M- niM-t c. 1.-Drat' d manufacturers. A je3o-tf CHAIILKS u. uoss &W;~" UFE—AJ IMPORTERS AND DEAI. Fits IN LIQUORS, WINE 8 dc . NO COMMERCE STREET, Keep constantly in store and United States Bonded Warehouses, COGNAC BRANDIES Otard Hennessey &c ROC H E LI. E BRANDIES, Seignettee, IVllevoisin, kc. HOLLAND GIN, Grape, Imperial Eagle, kc. WIX E S , Champagne, Sherry, Port, Madeira. Malaga, kc. AMERICAN LIQUORS, Special attention is solicited to their large stock of OLD RYE WHISKEY, IN hich cannot be excelled by any bouse in the United States, including Extra Fine Super or Monongaliela, Jackson, Family, Pure R. Rye Also, Imitation Sweet MALAGA WINE Which cannot be excelled by any house in the United States. DOMESTIC BRANDY, GIN, PURE SPIRITS, RECTIFIED WHISKEY, GINGER, LAVENDER AND W I L I) C II E R R Y B R A X I) Y , All guaranteed to give satisfaction, or will be taken back. _ jeH-tf f' ' A (' A R I).—For the purpose of doing a more general CASH BUSINESS, I have made arrangements to sell my stack of Goads for cash, at tin- lowest remunerating prices. This arrange ment will he extended to all family accounts paid promptly every June and January. A liberal allowance will he made to wholesale purciiasers, for cash. 1 offer for sale in bond and in store, OLD COGNAC BRANDY, 15 years old. OLD SCOTCH. IRISH AND lIYK WniSKEY. OLD JAMAICA RUM AND HOLLAND GIN MADEIRA WINES, DONALDSON'S SERCIAL RESERVE,and other WINKS, 20 years old. SHERRIES, IDOW HARMONY'S CELEBRATED TOPAZ, OLD POMARE, and oilier brands. FINE OLD PORT. CHAMPAGNE, (my own importation,) with RED LACH, GOLD I.ACH, ASSOCIATE VER7.ENAY, HEIDSECK. and other good brands. D. LEIDEN'S CELEBRATED HOCK WINES. STELTON, GLOSTER, PARMESAN AND AMERICAN CHEESES. OLD MOCHA, JAVA, and other COFFEES. TEAS of all kinds and best quality. FRFNCII PKAS, MUSHROOMS, TRUFFLES, MEATS, and SOUPS, hermetically sealed; PATE 1)E FOI GRAS, small size A large assortment of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC COR DIALS, and fine GROCERIES of every description, for sale by GEO. HOLLINS, 14 N. Charles street, myl2-tf corner of Fayette. r ', - I*.JAB. HAZLITT & CO., UpM® IMPORTERS AND DEALERS .3*. IX WINES, BRANDIES AND LIQUORS, 09 k 41 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMORE. A large and superior stock of PURE RYE WHISKEYS, rom til.- most celebrated Distillers. mrl7 tf WINES, BRANDIES, RUMS, USa' BLACK TEAS, &c. P. TIERXAN & SON Offer for s ■le the following articles, of their own importa tion, particularly for family use: SHERRY WlNES—Pemartine's finest pale, gold and brown Sherries, in wood and in glass. PORT WlNES—Sandeman's competition red and white Port, in wood and in glass. MADEIRA WINE—John Howard March's fine Madeira, in wood and in glass; also, Grape Juice. HOCK \\ IXES—Johannesberger, Steinberger, Marco brunner. Cabinet, Lieb-frau-railch, Bronneberg, of 1846. CHA M PAG X E WIN ES—Moet and Chandon's finest, in quarts and pints. BRANDIES.—Otard and Hennessy's fine old pale and dark Brandies. Rl MS—Old and fine Jamaica, Antigua, Grenada, and from the Islands, imported direct from London. HOLLAND GlN—The best quality—Tiernan brand—and no mixture of aromatic poison in it. 200 half Chests of the finest SOUCHONG TEA. ap3 tf. /GE=G*C HOIC E WIN ES, BRA NDI ES,& C. j - b - CHARRON k CO., AGENTS for VINEYARD PROPRIETORS I N F RANGE, Have just received and offer for sale very superior COGNAC BRANDIES, vintage 1811. Charron Pcreetfils Brand;Em ile Belmont A: Co., Cognac Brandies, various vintages; Bordeaux Claret \\ ines from low to finest grades; Bur gundy \\ ines, from Medium to very best grades produced in France; superior White Wines; Champagne Wine, various brands; HOLLAND GIN and SCOTCH WHIS KEYS of prime qualities. The above will be sold in a United States Bonded Ware house or duty paid. Also, on consignment, 10 bbls. very old and prime Monongahela Rye Whiskeys; 10 bbls. very old copper dis tilled Bourbon Whiskeys; 200 bbls. fine medium grades Bourbon and Rye Whiskeys, to which we invite the atten tion of t..ose in want of pure liquors. Office No. 134 LOM BARD STREET. 3 doors east of Hanover. aps-tf BREAD! BREAD! CARD TO THE PUBLIC. GEO. W. ARNOLD, BAKER, corner of FAYETTE and PARK STREETS, having DISSOLVED ALL CONNEC TION as Superintendent of the Mechanical Bakery of this city, informs his friends and customers that he has fully resumed liis long established business at the OLD STAND, and will hereafter give his undivided personal supervision to tiie baking of the very best bread from tiie best tlour.— Rye and Dyspepsia Bread, French and Albany Bolls, Cukes, Pies, &e., &c.; every morning and evening fresh articles can he had. He confidently hopes that the former quality of his Bread, Bolls, &c., will ensure to his present exrtious the increased support and patronage of his nu meerons friends and long tried customers. Fresh Malt Yeast every day. GEO. IV. ARNOLD'S Bakery, Corner of Fayette and Park streets, j vlO dly. Baltimore. MARYLAND LIGHTNING ROD COMPANY. E. F. LUPTON'S TMPROVBD PATENT EXAMELED LIGUTXIXG CONDUCTORS, WITH SCREW INSULATORS, Sold Wholesale and Retail at his Desk, No. 3 MECHANICS' EXCHANGE, SUN IRON BUILDING, BALTIMORE. Copper and Enameled Hods constructed on Ships, Dwell ings and Public Buildings, in the safest and best manner. Also for sale. Lightning Boil Points, Glass Insulators and Trimmings, for putting up rods. ALL ORDERS FROM TOWN OR COUNTRY, DI RECTED TO HIM, WILL BE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. jyar-tf REAT SAVING IN GAS. VJT J. H. COOPER'S PATE XT LEVER GAS REGULATOR. Saves from 15 to 35 per cent, of Gas, - and prevents all blowing and flaring of the light. JACKSON & CHANDLER, Agents for the State of Maryland, and District of Colum bia, at the office of Messrs. GRATTAN k EVANS, Gas Fitters and Plumbers, No. 8 North street, Jarvis' Building P. S. Certificated can be had at the office. mvS-tf TJMNE IVORY HANDLE JJ KNIVES AND FORKS! EXTRA HEAVY PLATED FORKS AND SPOONS WOST EN HOLM'S AND RODGERS' POCKET KNIVES, RAZORS AND SCISSORS A large assortment of the above goods just received— made to order and of superior quality. For sale by SCHAEFFER & LONEY, Importers, an2-tf N0.3 Hanover street. rjV) SOUTHERN AND WESTERN JL MERCHANTS. S C n A E F F Ii R & L O N E Y , NO. 3 HANOVER STREET, BALT., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE, CUTLERY AND GUNS. Importing our foreign goods direct, and obtaining our American Hardware from the best manufacturers for cath, we offer to country merchants a stock, which, in quality and price, will compare favorably with similar stocks in any of the Atlantic cities. An examination is soli cited. jyl9-tf liwrttt Complies. 1 TURKMEN'S INSL RANCE COMPANY JOHN REESE, President. 11. P. I) I"HURST, Secretary. Corner of South and Second streets. apO-lf DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY IN SURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania 1835 MARIN E INSURANCE, On Vessels, Cargo, Freights, to all parts of the World. INLAND INSURANCES, On Goods by Rivers. ' anal.-. Lakes and land Carriages to ail parts of the Union. FIRE INSURANCES, On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelling Hou ses, Ac. ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, November, 2d, 1857, $702,785.37. WILLIAM MARTIN, President. THOMAS C. HAND, Vice President. HENRY LYLBURX, Secretary. I The undersigned, having beeifduly appointed Agent of i this Company, is prepared to receive applications lor In surance as above, and is instructed to give notice to all persons in this city who desire to place risks with said , Company, that their applications for Insurance must be j mane at their agency in Baltimore. HENRY A. DIDIER, | ie2l-tf Commercial Building, Gay street. HOWARD FIRE INSURANCE GO., OF BALTIMORE. ! INSURES Dwellings, Furniture, Warehouses, Goods on storage, and Merchandise generally, against loss or damage by tire Also Vessels and Cargoes in port. Office—S. E. corner of HOWARD AND CLAY STREETS The Directors meet daily to answer applications. ANDREW REESE, President. DIRECTORS. JAS. M. POUDER, CHAS HOFFMAN, CIIAS. W. GEO&UE, HRNRY J. WERDEBAUGB, WM. ORTWJNE. AUGUSTUS SHRIVER, SAML. It. SMITH, M. BENZINGER, AARON FENTON, WM. (I. POWER, GEO. P. THOMAS, KLISHA H. PERKINS, GEORGE HARLAN WILLIAMS, ap2P-tf Secretary. FULIT ALI L E F! UK INSURANCE X-I SOCIETY. CHAItTEII PERPETUAL. OFFICE. NO. 19 SOUTH STREET. THEBALTIMORK EQUITABLE SOCIETY will Insure HOUSES anil FI'R.VITURE from I.OSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, at very cheap rates, on the Mutual or Beneficial plan, anil ftrant Carpenter's Risks, on pleasing terms. Owners of Property insured in the EQUITABLE Office have no further responsibility than the amount of their deposits, and on the expiration of policies, they are enti tled to receive a cash dividend of twenty-eiglit'per cent. The public are respectfully invited to call at the office, No. 16 SOUTH STREET, where the principles on which the Society insure will he fully explained. DIRECTORS THOMAS KEI.SO, BENJAMIN DEEORD WILLIAM KENNEDY, SAMUEL KIKIIV, HENRY RIEMAN, MICHAEL WARNER JAMES FRAEIER, DANIEL DAIL, CIIARI.ES R. CARROLL, ROBERT A. DOIIRIN, AUSTIN JENKINS, DANIEL WARFIELD. FRANCIS A. CROOK, Treasurer. HUGH B. JONES, Secretary. fe24-ly* THE GREAT W ESTERN rMAKIiNE) A INSURANCE COMPANY OF NE TV YORK. Authorized Capital $5,000,000 Cash Capital ( already paid in) 1,000.000 Surplus Fund (represented by scrip) 560.000 Assetts Jan. 1,1858 2,276.000 This Company combines the advantages of the mixed plan (so long ami profitably practiced by the best Life In surance Companies in Europe) blending the desirable se curity of a large Cash Capital , with a liberal return of the profits to its customers. All Marine and Inland risks insured on most favorable terms. RICH'D LATHERS. Prest. JNO. A. PARKER, Ist V. Prest. DOUGLAS ROUIXSON, Sec'y. J. F. Cox, 2d do. COLIN MACKENZIE. Agent in Baltimore, fe2B-tf Office Commercial Buildings. TAIRE INSURANCE AGENCY" X GEORGE I!. COAI.E, F" MMERCIAL BUILDINGS, GAY STREET, AGENT WITH FULL POWERS FOR THE HARTFOKI) FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Cash Capital $500,000 HOME INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK CITY, Cash Capital $500,000. NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO. OF HARTFORD, Cash Capital $500,000. Property of all kinds in TOWN or COUNTRY insured at the most reasonable terms. BALTIMORE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. No- 15 SOUTH STREET, INCORPORATED IN ISliO — Charter Perpetual. JOHN I. DONALDSON, President. TMJIS COMPANY proposes to insure lives for one or more years, or for life. With their rates the assured enjoys the benefit of an immediate in lieu of a prospective and uncertain bonus. He risks neither his policy nor the premium he has paid. These premiums may be made payable annually, semi annually, or quarterly, at option of the assured. The Company buys and grants annuities. Sells endowments for Children. Makes all contracts in which Life or the interest of Money is involved. A. B. COULTER, Secretary. Medical Examiner, Dr DONALDSON, 34 Franklin street. f22 1 v IF IRE AND LIFE INSURANCE OFFICE, NO. 63 SECOND STREET, BALTIMORE. JOHN G. PROUD & SONS, Representing Ct>mpanies of the highest sfamling, with large. Cash Capitals. Policies issued, and Losses jaid at the Agency. JETVA INSURANCE Co., of Hartford, Conn. $1,500,000 P HO! NIX " 44 " '• 350,000 SPRINGFIELD 41 Springfield, Mass. 575,000 fe22-tf ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURE A.YCE OFFICE. No. 4 SO'TH STREET, OPEN DAILY fur tin- INSURANCE OF ALL DESCRIP TIONS OF PROPERTY WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE CITY. JOHN R. MOORE, President.. DIRECTORS. JAMES GETTY, Mechanical, J. C. WHEEDEN, Columbian," GEORUF. HARMAN, TTnion , J. TRUST, First B'tllimore } NOAH W AI.KKK, Fricmiship, FRANCIS BURNS, United, J. T. FARLOW, Deptford, JAMES YOUNG, Frank/in, ALLEN PAINE, Liberty, J. PEASON, JR Washington, SAMUEL KIRK, Independent , LANCASTER OUI.D. Patapsco, R. C. MASON, Vigilant , F. A. MILLER, Howard, WM. A. HACK, New Market , JAS. A. BRUCE, Watchman, JAS. B. GEORGE, SR.. Pioneer Jos. C. BOYD, Lafayette Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 fe22-tf. JOHN" DUKEHART. Secretary. MARINK AND INLAND INSURANCE RFUIE SUN MUTAL INSURANCE J- C< >M PA NY O F NK W YORK, Insures Marine and Inland Navigation Risks, on terms as favorable as those f any other Company. All persons tak ing Policies from this Company are entitled to a share of the profits, without incurring any liability, beyond the amount of Premium. The assets of the Company, liable for the payment of losses, are over $2,000,000. A. B. XKILSON, Press*t. A. SF.ATON, V. Pros'T J. WHITEHEAD, See. C.OLIVER O'DONNELL, Agent in Baltimore. fe22 ly. No. 51 EXCHANGE PLACE. NATIONAL FIRE" INSURANCE COM PANY OF BALTIMORE. Incorporated hv the STATE OF MARYLAND. 1849. OFFICE No. 13 SOUTH STREET. THE COMPANY INSURES EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY IN THE CITY OR COUNTY, AG AIX ST LOSS OR I)A MA G E BY FIRE. The Directors meet daily to determine upon applications for INSURANCE. JOHN B. SEIDENSTRICKER, President. BOARD OP DIRECTORS: Allen A. Chapman, William Woodward, Henry M. Bash, George Bartlett, Wm. Heald, Adam Denmead, John W. Ross, Joseph W. Jenkins, Edward J. Church, Thomas M. Sullivan, Job Smith, George Small. JOHN R. MAGRUDER, fe26 tf Secretary. 3(jricultur;tl. f UANO.—No. I PERUVIAN AND VXt'ALIFORNIA.N, and A. A. BROWN MEXICAN, for sale. N. E. BERRY, s4 tf No. 63 Pratt street. REESE'S "MANIPULATED GUANO," ANALYSIS. Ammonia, 8 per cent. Phospate of Lime, 45 to 50 per cent. Water, 6 per cent. In perfectly pulverized condition. CALIFORNIA GUANO. ANALYSIS. Ammonia, 10 per cent. Phosphate of Lime, 23 per cent. Water, 2S percent. By comparing the above analysis, the superiority of REESE'S "MANIPULATED" will be apparent, both in reference to the relative quantity of water and phosphates For sale—The above articles. Also, PERUVIAN GUANO. JOHN S. REESE k CO., No. 77 South street, au23 (lver Corn Exchange. G1 UANO! I WO! r J'ERt'V/AX, CAL/FORXIA, COLUMBIAN, WHITE MEXICAN and "AA" BROWN M E XICA X <; UA No ES, All of the best qualities. Also, BONE DUST, Beßurg's SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and other Fertilizers, for sale in luts to suit, at the lowest market prices, by WILLIAM ROBINSON, Nos. 4 and 0 Hollingsworth street. an 23 tf near Pratt street wharf. ROMULUS R. GRIFFITH, GUANO AND PHOSPHATE OF LIME AGENCY. No. 84 Exchange Place, up stairs, offer for sale, GUANOS, PHOSPHATE OF LIME, GROUND BONES, and other fertilising manures. aul6 2m* CI UANO! GUANO!—2OO tons "Brown GUANO, analysing 65 per cent bone phos phate of lime, for sale by WM F. MURDOCH, au2Q & O'Donnell's wharf. "VTALTBY HOUSE. _!▼ JL Having disposed of my entire interest in the MA LTD Y HOUSE, I would most cheerfully recommend to my friends and patrons, my successor, Mr. L. U. MALT BY. who has been my principal assistant at the "MALT BY," for several years, as a gentleman of pleasing ad dress, courteous and correct detriment, and well quali fied to give them entire satisfaction. All persons having bills against H. M. SMITH, Maltby House, will please present them immediately for payment. HENRY M. SMITH. MALTBY HOUSE—FARE REDUCED! THE UNDERSIGNED, having taken the MALTBY HOUSE, in Baltimore, on Pratt street, between Light and Charles, recently occupied by H. 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. No exertions or expense will he omitted to sustain the well-earned reputation of the "MALTBY." Terms per day, $1.50. Per week, as per agreement. au23-dlra L. U. MALTBY. V A. DUSHANE, • I . COMMISSION PAPER DEALER, Xo. 40 S. CHARLES STREET. XEAR LOMBARD, BALTIMORE. Ml)., Has just received and now offers for sale a large and well assorted stock of Writing, Printing, Book anil Wrapping Papers; Binder's. Trunk, Straw, Bonnet Boards, Ac. Ilav ing been appointed agent by Tbaddcus Davids \ Co. for the sale of their unrivalled Mucilage Ink. Scaling Wax, Black Sand, Ac., he is prepared to furnish them at the manufacturers' prices. Attention is respectfully solicited to bis stock generally. Paper of every description made to order at short notice. Audi tf AGENCY OF THE HAZARD POW XVDER CD.—The undersigned having a large and com plete assortment of sporting, shipping, mining, and blast ing POWJIEU, in their magazine, are prepared to execute all orders for this justly celebrated Powder, at manufac turer's prices. D. J. FOLEY & BRO., Agents, an!6-dtf 50 South street. PIE RACKS.—By using which six pies can he put away and occupy no more space than one for sale at the housekeeping warerooros of CORTLAN k CO., aulQ No. 216 Baltimore at. louses, ftr., for Sale anb lent. AS&L-'X FOR SALE. A FARM ON i CHoI'TANK RlVEß.—'This property jjtef fj*Xj%i'lJjtMl. W >R ,)t- in parts, from 80 to 100 acres, ——-•=. or SO to 7u acres. Convenient to steam ers to and from Baltimore, which renders it desirable, cither as a summer retreat, or for fruit and vegetable gar dening. For particulars and terms, apply or address MARTI X GOLDSBOKoL'GH, j 01 General Agent, . :i "- 4 . N0.42 North Calvert st., Baltimore. 2 lOUNTING-ROOM FOR RENT on 2d , 7!) Ilnwly's Wharf, two doors !•- low the Corn and Hour Exchange. •I. F. MILLER k CO., I 831,0 _ 79 Bowly'. wharf BUILDING LOTS.— i ioofeetbi ILD ING FRONT on Jefferson. Wolfe, Fayette CasMe j Chester, Choptank and McElderry streets, ot various j depth, all high and level ground. For sale or lease by GEO. L. HARRISON, au3l-tf 6 O'DonnelPs Wharf. ! -n; U<) W A 151 > AS L) I.O.MIJAUTJ NT BK*|! PROPERTY FOR SALE. I Ji,j o nxsTOX, RRdTIIERS&(.'()., Rankers, 198 Bui j tint ore street, offer for sale, upon very liberal terms— | No. I. Dwelling-house No. la S. Howard si. Cider Alley. No. 3. Dwelling house No. 19 S. Howard St., southwest corner of Cider Alley. 4.—Dwelling house No. *2l S. Howard St. No. 5. Dwelling-house No. 23 S. Howard st. No. 6. Dwelling house No. 104 Lombard fst., one door west of Howard, with depth to Cider Alley. " No. 7. Dwelling-house No. lt6 Lombard St., with depth to Cider Alley. 1 No. B.—l n improved lot of ground on Pratt st.. between Scott and Parker sts. This property, bring sold to close the estate of the late Thomas D. Johnston, Esq., will be offered on liberal terms. A long credit will he granted, and a portion of the pur chase money may permanently remain as a lien on the I property. For further information, apply at our Banking House. (aul7) JOHNSTON, BROTHERS & CD. FOR RENT.—House \,>. 90 W |i; Cullough street. Rent S3OO per year; enquire at ' J No. '29 North Gay st. aul3 tf OFFICE FOR RE.MT.—Fine "'large OF KICK on 2d floor, corner of Xortli and Baltimore sis. Apply at 50 South Gay street. auft-tf 17*011 RENT.—The FRONT ROOMS on - second floor of CARROLL HALL, corner of Balti more and Calvert streets. Apply to R. S.NOWDEX AXDREWB, _ Jyltf Xo. 8 Carroll Hall. _ I'OK RENT.—The IJoiisc No. 161 iaui. n 'l'*T Pn.\TT STJtr.v.T, recently f.tte.l up i„ superior style, with fixtures complete as a restau rant and dwelling. Apply to J. CROSBY k SON, J- tf 15Bowly's Wharf. ' T.T KGII SALE.— DWELLING HOUSE .bill No. 219 West Lombard street, opposite •'.Medical College. Lot 31 feet front and rear, 170 feet deep to an alley; house 25 by about ninety feet, including BACK Bl ILDING, three stories high, with all modern fix tures. Stable in the rear sufficient for five carriages, 5 horses and 8 tons hay. Property in fee. Apply to *J. CROSBY SON, je2s-tf 15 Bowly's Wharf, SALE OR LEASE.—Two very J giblc Bl ILDING LOTS on Madison Avenue, between Hoffman and Dolphin streets. For terms, &c., inquire at the office of the DAILY EXCHANGE. ma2s-tf FOR SALE.—House; No. 80 McCulloh .Br.Ull trt ' et — a commodious and well-built House, in perfect repair and with evcrv modern convenience. Apply to GEORGE A. WILLIAMS, j''-' tf N" 141 Hoffman Stnet. pOU SALE OR LEASE.—THE LOT JL OF GROI ND. N. W. corner Calhoun and McHen r v streets, 157 feet on Mellenry and 190 feet on Calhoun street. The improving character of that section of the city will recommend it to the attention of those wishing to make a desirable investment. Apply to GEORGE SLATER, apla tf lo Commerce st. FO R SA \i K—The Superior Three Jj'jljl, Story DWELLING No., 206 North Charles street, beyond Eager. Having a large Three Storv BACK BUILDING, with WASH HOUSE and BATH ROOMS, WATER and GAS Fixtures complete. The lot is 25 by 150 feet, running back to a4O foot street. The buildings of the best material, and most substantial construction, having been erected under the superinten dence and for the residence of the owner. A capacious and dry cellar extends under main and back buildings. Inquire on the premises, or of B. T.ELDER, No. 120 South Kutaw Street, mrlß tf Opposite B. & O. H. R. Depot. SALE.—Six and a half acres on . Franklin and Oregon streets for $45,000; 30 acres on Gay, John, Hoffman and other streets for $30,000; 40 acres, quarter mile from the city limits, on the Harford road, for $45,000; over $115,000 of Land on West Baltimore, Fayette Mount, Fulton. Monroe and other streets at half the present leasing prices; 1,200 acres in Baltimore Comity that will pay ten percent, on the investment, $80,000; IS acres, half mile from the city, near Charles street, handsome improve ments, $3,6, 000; 478 acres, in Baltimore county, with line improvements. $30,000 200 acres, five milesl>eyond Towson town s2o,ooo;oo3acres; at Cekey<ville Depot.' in lots tosuit or will he sold in one tract, for $61,000 450 acres in Carroll county, with splendid improvements, includingstock, uteri* sUs, &e., 50.000; 113 acres one and half mile from the city limits, $22,600: 1.070 acres near IVrrvmansville Depot, $37- i 0(H). and near the same Depot, 442 acres for $7,500; Indian- ! town Plantation 1.000 acres, (1,300 acres in a high state of ' cultivation.) only 40,000. Also quite a large number of FARMS, in a dozen different counties of Virginia, from SI,OOO to $25,000. Also, large quantities of UN IMPROVED LANDS. from 50 cts. to $3 per acre. Farms in different counties of Marylaud, at all prices, for sale—city property and stocks in many cases taken in exchange. HOUSES at all prices. GROUND RENTS, small and large. Money loaned on Mortgage, in sums over *I,OOO. Applj to fe22-ff JAMES BOYD 26 St. Paul street K. PALM Kit, JL WHOLESALE DEALER IV FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, &c., No. 4 BOWLY'S WHARF. II \ LTIMOKB, MI. CONSTA NTL Y ON IIA NO, ALMONDS. M AI-NUTS, FILBERTS, I'ALM NUTS, GROUND NUTS. RAISINS, CITRON. PRUNES, FIGS, DATES. CURRANTS, ORANGES, LEMONS. ROCK CANDY, OI.IVK AND BORDEAUX OIL, GINGER, MA CCA RON I. FRENCH MUSTARD, FIRE CRACKERS, SARDINES, Arc., Which ho offers to the trade at the lowest market JOHN SUANAMAN QM HAS REMOVED PROM SVOW HILL, Anl commenced tli*' Manufacture of EVERY DESCRIPTION OFTEN & SHEET IRON WARE AT No. 15 S. CALVERT STREET, BALTIMORE. Where every article connected with his Business may he found, and which will he disposed of at the lowest prices. Special attention paid to ROOFING AND SPOUTING, try All orders from the Eastern Shore and elsewhere will receive prompt attention. mrfi-ly (JA.MSON CAKISS & CO., 0 • 'Alt VERS .A OII.DERS. Manufacture LOOKING CI.ASS ami PICTURE FRAMES, and CILT A\ OKK in every variety, and are dealers in, and manufacturer's agents fur PLATE CLASS, fur Store and House windows, LOOKINGCLASS I'LATES PLATED WARE, TABLE CI'TTLERV, FORKS. SPOONS, with a "real variety of ENGRAVINGS, PAI.VTI.VCS, and WORKS OF ART, generally. aalS .Tm ' 140 BALTIMORE ST. (jl \. MATHIOT & SON'S KS* SOFA AND FURNITURE WAREROOMfI, 1 \ Nos. 25 AND 27 NORTH GAY ST. ( Nen r Fayette street.) Extending from Gay to Frederick street. Always on hand a large assortment of every variety of HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE FURNITURE, embracing— Bureaus, I Sofas, Assorted colors of Bedsteads, | Tete-a-Tetes, Cottage Furnit'e, Was!istands, Arm Chairs, Settees. Wardrobes, I Rocking Chairs, Wod Chairs, Spring Beds, I Etageres, Office Chairs, Mattresses of I Marble Tables, Barber ('hairs. Husk, Cotton Reception and Up Cribs and Cradles, and Hair, | bolstered Chairs. Sideboards. EXTENSION TABLES OF EVERY LENGTH. Persons disposed to purchase are invited to call and give our stock an examination, which for variety and quality of workmanship cannot he excelled by any establishment in the country. A. M ATIHoT & SON. aul4 tf Nos. 25 and 27 North Gay street. HHIIE MERCANTILE AGENCY JL OF .T. D. PRATT & CO., CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND S. CHARLES STREETS. The proprietors respectfully invite such Merchants as are not already subscribers to the Agency, and who sell goods on credit, to call and examine our system and test the reliability of our information. Eroin long experience and the satisfactory testimonials of thousands of merchants in the different cities East and West, who have for years been subscribers, we can assure all who will call, whether they sell goods to the cities or country towns, ample sat isfaction as to the reliability of our information, and the great benefit to be derived from the Agency by those who subscribe mr 6 tf y AMPIN &. WADDY; SAIL MAKERS, S. W. CORNER OF FREDERICK AM) PRATT STS Manufacture WINDOW AWNINGS,ST(>RE A WNINGS ANI) FREIGHT COVERS, On reasonable terms at short notice. jc29 3m QTAV ES AND LUMBER. STAVES OF ALL SIZES, up to 2 incli largest Pipe, on hand, and Bills of Lumber of WHITE OAK, in cluding SHIP TIMBER and PINK, HICKORY and WAL NUT, cut to any dimensions ordered. Apply to GEORGE A.WILLIAMS, Dugan's Building, je.Ttf or Camden Station. OTOKAGE AND WHARFAGE. k5 PATAPSCO WAREHOUSES, CANTON. STORAGE on ground floors IN EIRE 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. ieS-tf Nil. 5 Dturnip* Building. M S&r CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES] ! We have on hand at 20 North GAY STREET the largest assortment of FASHIONABLE CARRIAGES south of New York, all of the latest fashions and most approved styles. The public are invited to call and examine for themselves; all of which will be sold on reasonable terms. BURR. IIAIGHT k O'CONNELL. •y Repairing done t the shortest notice. mr22-tf VJF 's*- JAS. S. BROWNING, COACH MAKER, JV 0 . 51 XO 11 r 11 S TRE F. T , BALTIMORE, Manufactures to order all kinds uf Carriages on tin: most reasonable terms. KT-SCCOND HAND CARRIAGES taken at fair prices in ex change for new ones. tSr Repairs done at the shortest notice ami lowest pnssi ble prices. j v ::i .Uf / RR .v si >N'S Vy CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, NO. 33 NORTH STREET. - orentlv en —larged tlieir premises and increased their fa eilities. he-: leave to eall the attention of the puhlie to their extensive stock of every description of CARRIAGES finished in the most elegant style and durable manner, which they are prepared to sell on accommodating terms. REPAIRS attended to with despatch ami at reasonable prices. JOHN CURLKTT k SON, jy24-tf 33 North street, Haiti more. JOAHUA ROBINSON. 9 5 (SICCESSOR TO ROBINSON A KRBMER.) WHOLES ALL MANUFACTURER AXI" DEALER IN 77A' A.YD SHEET IROX WARES, BLOCK TIX. BRITANNIA METAL, BATHING APPARATUS WATER COOLERS, FILTERF.RS. .AC. XO. 333 IP. BALTIMORE STREET, (First Tin Store above Howard street.) BALTIMORE. Always on hand a large assortment of Hall's Patent Condensing and "Old Dominion" Coffee Pots. Also. Pat- Steak Broilers, jy7 3m. JNrlic fairs'. uv K. w . BKWETT it CO. GREAT SALE OF ' A L u A Tt LE PR O I'£ R T Y FRAXKI.IX SQUARE, ° " WAVERLY TERRACE LEXINGTON. KAYKTTE. GILMOR, S T RI C Kfe R TOWNSEXI), SARATOGA, CAREY AND ' KIDGELY STREETS i AT AUCTION. 90/100 ALSO 'ACRES OF LAND, j Alb gluing County, Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia and Aorth Carat inn at Public Auction. TO BE SKI.I, IX TIIB CITV BALTIMORE ON I , " K-nN'KSDAY, October 6t>i. 1858, | AT ONE 0 CLOCK, AT THE BALTIMORE EXCHANGE, NO. 19 SOUTH OAT STREET. T( ~,, , . TRUSTEES' SALE. The undersigned. Trustees of William 0. Thomas l.v I ;' rt he of an assi ynnien t in trust of all his property for the benefit of his eia-litors, dated the 18th of November 18-',7 I find recorded among the Latul Hec.mls „r Baltimore' eitv! in I i he I-. N„. 137, fo,io 25a. Ac., will offer Tor sale at u'lVvf-i'V; A'. t,l< ' Lxehanye, Xo 9 South Gav street i the foHowhig the sixth flay of October, at one o'clock' DESIRABLE PROPERTY -p. I-KXINGTOX ST. putIPKRTY. ."V 1 R|T (>F GROI ND on the southeast corner of i Ft-.itLi;'.. Bj U " stret; ts, fronting on Lexington street e, I ftr f I r r s fV' fCT *; w ith a depth of one hundred and fifty feet, to Stockton alley. u/Ti'ar' 0t is by a handsome DWELLING HO sE, nccupyiiiK the whole front, fourstories in height with inastie front; Sodding and Carriage House in tin- rear; leinir.Xo.il Wju-. rly Terrace. This lot is subject to a ground rent of $720 per annum, redeemable at pleasure ALSO. : J!i[ FRANKLIN SQUARE PROPERTY That LOT OF GROUND on the south side of Fayette street, "Mulrose Terrace," fronting on Fran/Jin Square twenty-four feet seven and three eighths inches, with a depth of one hundred and eighty feet to Park lane; begin ning at the distance of two hundred and twenty one feet, six and three eighth inches westwardly.from the southwest corner of Fayette and Gary streets. This lot is improved by a handsome three story, brown stone front, DWF.I.- ! . V' recently erected, with a four-story back < building, being the fifth house from Cary street. This lot is subject to a ground rent of S3OO per annum, redeemable on the first or January, 1860, and <t mortgage of $4,000, due at the same date. •fr-v ALSO, guj| FAYETTE STREET PROPERTY. T j m t LOT OF GROUND on the south side of Fay ettest., 44 Melrose Terrace," fronting on Franklin Square twenty four feet seven and three-eighths inches, with a depth of one hundred ami eiVhr.v f . r to Park Jane; itegin ning at the distance of two hundred and forty-six feet one and three quarters of an inch or thereabout westwardly fi-oni the southwest corner of Fayette and Cary streets. J his lot is improved by a handsome tlirce-story brown stone front DWELLING HOUSE, with four story hack building recently erected, being the sixth house from Cary street. This lot is subject to a ground rent of S3OO per an num. redeemable January Ist, 1860, and a mortgage of S4.(HH) due the same date. mortgage of $4,000 binding on the above pro porty due January Ist, 1860. Those TWO LOTS OF GROUND on Fayette street Melrose IVrrace," fronting each on Franklin Square, twenty-four feet, seven and three eighths of an inch, with a depth of one hundred and eighty feet each, to Park lane. The first lot being on the southeast comer of Fayette and ( alhoun streets, and the other the lot adjoining thereto to the eastward. a RSO, pujj FRANK LI N SQUARE. That LOT OF GROUND fronting on Franklin Square, Lexington street, twenty-six feet four inches, with a depth of one hundred and fifty feet to Stockton al ley. Improved by a four-story brick DWELLING HOUSE mastic front, with a three-story Back Building and Stable! Being No. 9 "Waverly Terrace." This lot is subject to a ground rent of SIOO per annum, redeemable on the day of —, and a mortgage of $5,000 due Ist January, 1859. A LSO, fcjijjj GILMOR STREET PROPERTY. , AvA EIGHT LOTS of GROUND on the tast side of Gilmor street, beginning at the distance of one hundred feet northwardly from the north side of Lexington street, and on the north side of a ten feet alley; thence north wardly, fronting in all one hundred and forty-six fe-t ten inches on Gilmor street, with a depth of hundred and fifty seven feet to Parrish alley, * ALSO, • STRTCKER STREET PROPERTY, lit— EIGHT LOTS OF GROUND on the west side of Strieker street, beginning at the distance of one hundred feet northerly from the north side of Lexington street, on the north side of a ten feet alley; thence north wardly, fronting in all one hundred and forty-nine feet six inches on Strieker street, with a depth of one hundred and fifty-seven feet, to Parrish alley. ALSO, ■;Ut TOWNS EN D STREET PROPERTY. 'i i'l OF GROUND on the north side of "Townsend street, beginning on the north-west coi ner of Townsend street and Argyle alley; thence west wardly, fronting on Townsend street in all one hundred and thirty live feet, with a depth of two hundred feet to a twenty feet alley. .... * ALSO, TNT? SARATOGA AND GARY ST. PROPERTY, j,; ;2|_ That LOT OF GROUND on the south-east corner of - Saratoga and Cary streets, fronting eight feet on the south side of Saratoga street, with a depth of one hundred and fifty feet on Cary street to a twenty feet alley. ALSO, jjjl RIDG FLY STREET PROPERTY. THAT LOT OF GROUND beginning on the west side of Ridgely street, at a point distant one htm dred and fifteen feet southerly from the south west side of West, formerly Hammond ami Ridgelv streets; thence south eight-live degrees, west two hundred and seventy feet; thence south thirty eight degrees, east eighty feet; thence south twenty-six degrees, west five perches: thence south forty-two and one half degrees, west twelve perches ; thence south forty <even and a half degrees; east ten and one half perches; thence south six degrees, east fourteen perches, to the line of the west side of Ridgely street: and thence northerly, binding on the west side of Ridgely I street, seven hundred feet, rrore or less, to tin* beginning, containing one and three quarter acres of land. This property adjoins the factory of the Maryland Portable Gas Company, and binds on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road. j ALSO, I F 'iii ALL EG AXY LANDS, I About 8.000 ACRES OF LAND in Allegany ,•<>., Marvland. ALSO, .'.'iii! TENNESSEE LANDS. ' About 5.0u0 ACRES OF LANDS in Carter co., Tennessee, near Elizabeth Town. A LSO. VIRGINIA LANDS. About 10.000 acres of LAND in Virginia,Greenbriarand Nicholas counties, 30 miles from I.ewisburg ALSO. NORTH CAROLINA LANDS. About 640 acres of LAND in North Carolina, Jackson county. Tie* terms of sale of the above property are: One-third ••f the purchase money cash; one third at six and one third at twelve months from the day of sale, to be secured by notes satisfactory to the trustees, and all payments to bear interest from the day of sale. GEORGE W DOBBIN, OS MUX LATROBK, Trustees. F. W. BENNETT A; Co., Auctioneers. All deeds, plats and other papers may be seen at the office of OSMUN LATRoBE, where any desired informa tion can be obtained. F. W. BENNETT fc Co., >4 3tawtol&dts Auctioneers. 15 V SAML. H. GOVER. ■fH-rx- PI HI.II' SAI.E.—In pursuance o! an order of the Superior Court of Baltimore city the unci* rsigned Receivers will offer at Public Sale, on FRIDAY, the loth day of September, 1858, at 3 o clock P. M. on tin* premises, ALL TH AT LOT OF GROUND WITH THE IMPROVE MENTS THEREON, situate on the east side of North st., in the city of Baltimore, near Eager street, lately occupied by Thomas Bell as a Marble and Stone Cutting Establish ment. Beginning for the same on the line of the east side of North street at the distance of one hundred and thirty feet northwardly from the north *ast corner of Eager and North streets, and running thence northwardly, bounding on the east side of North street sixty-five feet, thence ea>t wardly parallel with Eager street one hundred and thirty live feet more or less to the Baltimore Water Company's ground, thence bounding on the said Water Company's ground southwardly to intersect a line drawn eastwardlv from the beginning parallel with street, and thence westward reversing the line so drawn and bounding thereon to the place of beginning, being the same parcel of ground and premises which, by indenture bearing dateonor about the 15th day of April, 1853, and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore city, in Liber E. D., No. 73. fo. 325, i were demised and leased by Charles It. Taylor and wife to i tin 4 said Thomas Bell for ninety-nine ye irs. renewable J forever, under and subject to the annual rent of $227.59, i payable in two equal half yearly installments of $11*1.75, ' each on the first days of January and July in each year. The improvements consist of a Hl' 11.1 >i N. part brick I and part frame, situate on the rear of the lot, with steam I engine and machinery therein, lately used for sawing an I ' polishing stone, and a small brick office on Xorth street. ALSO large quantity of MARBLE and SAM STOXE, and SToX I", WORK, finished and unfinished. I Terms of sale—One-third cash on the day of sale, and the I residue in two equal payments at three and six months with interest from the day of sale, and security to be ap proved by the undersigned. I The title to the property is believed to be indisputable, i and it will he sold free of all incumbrances, as well as ground rent and taxes up to the dav of sale. .1 <\ BLACKBURN, ) N HEX J. C. BARRoLL. t i aulS lawtsepG&dts SAML. 11. COVER, Anct. F>V VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST 9Executed by K. It McCLEES, to the subscriber, and now on record in the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Baltimore city, will be sold, on THURSDAY Sept.. lf.tli, isr,s. at Id o'clock, at Store .No. 2 Hanover St., all the large and valuable stock of Watches and Jewelry, contained therein, viz: ! HUNTING AND OPEN FACED COM) AND SI I. ' * Eli JEW L! l.kli 11ATCHES, of the most approved 1 make. OjUWi PIECES OF SUPERIOR BOLD JEWELRY, I Ol it /l/coti-dsting of a variety of Lockets; Watch-Keys, Bold and set Studs; Armlets; Seals; Plain Gold and Set I Ear Rings of every variety; Studs and S eeve Buttons; , Bold Ruckles; Bold and Silver Guard, Fob and Vest Chains: Bracelets; Enamelled Gold-Stone; I.ava and Ca men Breastpins, in great variety. •>f UiGDI.D AND SILVER PEN AND PENCIL CASES, I OUI /CAMEO SETS, Ac, ALSO, A lot of fine Gold Daguerreotype Cast-, Ac., together with every article usually kept in first class Jewelry Es tahlishmcnts. I Most of these goods are very fine, having been selected ; with great care and judgment. 1 ALSO, I LARGE JEWELERS'IRON SAFE I J LARGE AND ELEGANT WAI.NI'T TAHI.E, 1 LARGE AND ELEGANT REGULATOR. I Desk, Stand, Chairs, Ac.. Ac., all of which will be sold ! in lots to suit the trade, and to the highest bidder. Terms cash, in par funds. R. D. MORRISON, Trustee, No. 17 St. Paul street SAMUEL 11 COVER, Auct'r. sS ts 84 Baltimore street DV ( ANNOY A MATTHEWS. POSITIVE SALE OF VALUABLE j I pi ('EXTRA L CORXKR PROPERTY —We will *ell tin- pn uii-'-s. on W KILN KSI>.V V . 15th >••)''• "> her, at 4 o'clock P. M , that valuable COKXKR PROi'hK- I TY situated on tht* southeast corner of Libert* anu ra I yctte streets, being Xo. 29, having a front n l.i erl\ street oftwentv-nnc feel 7 and three-quarter inches, with a I depth id' cighti one feet I" Sharp street, widening and Dentin" on Sharp street 47 feet. The improvements are a large and eomn'odious well built BRICK DWELLING with large YARD, STABLE and CARRIAGE Hol'SEand four basement rooms or offices, and deep dry cellar throughout, and has Itecii the residence of a physician for 1 several years. This property will be sold subject to a ground rent of one hundred and fifty dollars per annum, I and immediate possession given. The premises can be ex amined at any time previous to sale. Title perfect. Terms —One third cash, the remainder in two equal in stallments at C and 12 months, the credit payments to bear i interest and to be secured by the notes of the purchaser , with satisfactory security. s7 ts VvXXQX A- MATTHEWS. Auctioneers. AO IST KATE'S OFFICE. S. K. OWINGS. I JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, FOR THE TIIIRT EEX T H WARD J OFFICE. ST. PAUL'S STREET, BETWEEN FAYETTE AND LEX MAH-DM INOTON STREETS.