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SJ HARRIS, JR., C 5. BASEMENT CHESAPEAKE BANK, NORTH STREET. Buys and sells all the stocks and other securities of this and cither markets on commission. '' ! 1 npHOMAS \V. HALL; A STOCK AND HILL RROKF.R, NO. 2 FRANKLIN BUILDING. NORTH STREET, Buys and sells on commission, the STOCKS and SEC! R1 TIES of this and other markets; Negotiates Notes Loans, kc., Ac. _ MCKIM N. CO., BANKERS, BROKERS, ANO EXCHANGE DEALERS, COR RALTIMORK AND sr. HAUL srs., Purchase and sell FOREIUN and DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, negotiate Loans and Business Paper, purchase and sell Stocks and Securities. Make Collections on all prominent points in the tinted States and Canada, make advances on Slock and other Collaterals, receive deposits, and transact Banking Business generally my2B-6m ISRAEL COHEN, STOCK, BILL AND NOTF. BROKER, No. 5 NORTH STKEKT, Buys and sells on commission all the Securities of this aiidothrrmiiarkets; negotiates Notes, Loans, Ac. [my4 tf JOII.NS CITTINOS. IJE.NJ. HTWILLTAM'S JOHN S. GITTFNGS & CO., J BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS, CORNER SOUTH ANT> SECOND STREETS, Buy anil 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 gene rally. ap9tf MARTIN LEWIS, BILL, NOTE, AND STOCK BROKER, NO K, SOUTH STREET. I TP STAIRS. GIVES HIS SPECIAL AND INDIVIDUAL ATTEN TION, to the negotiation of MERCANTILE PAPER, EFFECTS LOANS ON STOCKS AND BONDS, AND IIUYS 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 |J H. SELL! VA N X . STOCK AND RILL BROKER, BUYS AND SELLS OX COMMISSION ALL THE SE CURITIES OF THIS AND OTHER MARKETS, AND NEGOTIATES BILLS, NOTES AND LOANS. OFFICE, 24 SECOND STREET, mrl7 tf ( Corner of Tripnlet's alley.) SAMUEL HARRIS & SONS, BANKERS, .s'i'Oi K. EXCHANGE AND NOTE BROKERS, No. 196 BALTIMORE STREET, COLLECT on all accessible points in the United States and Canadas. promptly and on favorable terms. BUY and SELL CHECKS and ITNCURRKNT BANK NOTES, at low rates. NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER and STOCK LOANS, and 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, (tvetagr, ftc. DEPOSITS RECEIVED. DISCOUXTS CHA XTED. sls-tf JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO. UN CURRENT MONEY WARRANTED AT BEST RATES, sir, tf _ JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO. ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSUR i V ANCE COMPANY'S STOCK for sale by SAM 1 1. HARRIS, Jr., sel4-tf Basement Chesapeake Bank. STOCK ORDERS rnoMPTL r EXECUTED, ■l3-tf "JOHNSTON'S SANK." QUICK RETURNS FOR COLLECTIONS, AT I.OWEST RATES. sl3tf _ "JOHNSTON'S BANK. DEPARTMENT. 1 Orders to BUY or SET,I, STOCKS, promptly exe cuted. JOHNSTON BROTHERS k CO., sls-tf Stock Brokers. VFONEY TO LEND 1T- DISCOUNT BANK OF sls-tf JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD BONDS, 1880,1875, and 1885, wanted by scll-tr S. HARRIS, Jn. PRIME COMMERCIAL PAPERwanted at best rates by ISRAEL COHEN, jyls-tf No 5 North street. STERLING EXCHANGE: O Ror sale bv KNOX & CO., nulS tf 9 Grocer's Exchange. BALTIMORE CITY G'SOF 1. V 7.~> WANTED I>v ISRAEL COHEN, j.v9 tf No. 5 Franklin Bank Buildings, North st. NEW YORK EXCHANGE wanted by - LAMBERT GITTINGS, jeSS-tr 58 Buchanan's Wharf. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD BONDS OF 1875. NORTH WESTERN VIRGINIA RAILROAD BONDS GUARANTIED BY THE CITY OF BALTIMORE NORTH WESTERN VIRGINIA RAILROAD BONDS. ENDORSED BY THE B. & o R. R. COMPANY MARYLAND GAS COMPANY'S STOCK. SHORT MOUNTAIN COAL COMPANY'S STOCK For sale by p. H. SULLIVAN, je.T-tf Ho. -4 Second Street. DOUBLOONS. 12S PATRIOT DOUBLOONS, for sale by j'2 tf JAS. CORNER & SONS. WESTERN BANK STOCK T wanted by p. H. SULLIVAN, MY2S tf No. 24 Second treet. HOWARD BANK STOCK for sale by P. IT. SULLIVAN, >yl7 tf No. 24 Second Street. AN T A CLA R A MINING COM PAW'S STOCK for sale LY *P. H. SULLIVAN, ap26-tf No. 24 Second street. MERCHANTS' M U 'IMXAT. INSUR ANCE COMPANY'S STOCK. ASSOCIATKI) FIREM EN'S IN SURA NCR COMPANY'S STOCK, for sale by P. H. SULLIVAN, ap26-tf NO. 24 Second street. IPXCHANGE ON WELLS, FARGO & -I CO., San Francisco, Cal., and on P. C. BOMBALIKR k CO., Havana, in sums to suit, for sale by PENDERGAST BROS., aplO-tf 77 Smith's Wharf, ap stairs. MARYLAND STATE STO< 'K,7O'S AND 90'S wanted by JOHN S. CUTTINGS k CO., corner South and Second streets. mr2o-tf. AT NO. 42 North Calvert street, coinlorta ble Rooms and Board can be had for married or single persons. MARTIN GOLDSBOROUGH, aulO-tf Agent for keepers. A R PETTN CI JOHNTUR N B U L L , 242 BALTIMORE ST., Is now receiving direct from the principal Manufacturers in England, all their new and choice patterns of VELVET, BRUSSELS, AND TA PESTR V CA RPE TIXC.S, Which for beauty of design and brilliant coloring surpass everything in that line lierefore imported. Also, a large and beautiful assortment of 3-PLY, SUPERFINE, INGRAIN ANI) VENETIAN CARPETS DRUGGETS, RUGS, DOOR MATS, kc. OIL CLOTHS, Of superior quality and rich designs, entirely new. We are offering great inducements to purchasers, and solicit a call at 242 BALTIMORE STREET. * S 2mr JOHN TURNBULL. a J. S. McCLELLAN, FASHIO XAR L E If A TT E /?, No. 34J \\ EST BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR EUTAW Manufacturer and Dealer in HATS, CAPS, CHILDREN'S FANCY GOODS, UMBREL LAS, and all goods usually kept in a first-class s-S-Cmr Retail Hat Store. (|i . w .iwiiFllTs7 ~ F MJ BOOT MAKER, * NO 95 LOMBARD ST.. BALTIMORE. Every description of Boots ami Shoes made to order. — Opera Boots, Cork Soled Boots, Gaiters, and all other kinds of work known in the trade, fully equal to any thing made in this city or elsewhere, wholesale and re tail. sll-ir PACA MILLS. * GEO. W. WAIT k SOX, Proprietors, WAREHOUSE 72 SOUTH STREET, Have now ready fresh slocks of their goods, in every variety of package, including MUSTARD, in wood, tin and glass; PURE GROUXD SPICES, all kinds, in wood, tin and glass; TABLE SALT, in bags and boxes; RICE FLOUR, CURRIE, Ac., Ac.. ALSO, 300 bags PEPPER; 200 " PIMENTO; 1,000 mats CASSIA; 3,000 lbs. NUTMEGS; 1,000 lbs; MACE; 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 NEW YORK STEAM SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT, OFFICE 142 LEXINGTON STREET, BALT. We would beg to call call the attention of the public to the fact that we are prepared to do, in the most superior manner, every description of SILK AND WOOLEN CLEANING. We have no French patent right for covering up spots; but, by certain improvements in machinery of our own, coupled with the chemical knowledge necessary to effect the same, aie now ready to thoroughly cleanse every de scription of ladies' gentlemen's and children's wearing apparel, whether made of VELVET, SILK or WOOLEN GOODS, and do not requre the ripping of the same, excepting in cases where it would be of decided benefit so to do. Par ticular attention paid to CAMEL'S HAUL, WHITE, CRAI-R, and other SHAWLS, LACE CURTAINS, SILK DRESSES, EM BROIDERIES. HERIXOES, KID GLOVES AC SPOTS OF GREASE, OIL, I'AINT. ICE CREAM or of any other nature taken out. if possible, without cleansing the whole garment. Gentlemen's garments will be prepared by a regular tailor, thus insuring a nroner flnish ' seU-Gmr HALL & BROTHER, (Successors to Thomas Xash d• Co.) Curers ami Backers of PROVISIONS, FOR HOME & FOREIGN MARKETS, And Manufacturers of REFINED LARD AND LARD OIL, No. 3 PLEASANT ST., AND 117 NORTH ST., BALTIMORE. Having Railway facilities on North St., Provisions will be received for Inspection and Storage, and Bulk Meats Smoked on reasonable terms. CHAS. G. HALL, (Late of J. G. Harvey k Co.) WM. H. EREK & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO, And Importers of HAVANA, PRINCIPE ANI) GERMAN SEGARS, And Manufacturers of Domestic. Also, keep constantly on hand. PIPES OF EVERJ Snuffs and Smoking Tobacco, Tobacco Knives, &c., at low est market prices. No. 96 LOMBARD STREET, BALTIMORE Terms to regular customers, 4 months. First Bills IN variably cash. SLO tf PAGE'S MARBLE WORKS MANTELS, MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES BUILDING WORK, + N. CALVERT STREET, NEAR FRANELIN, jy!9-dly excursions. - I SEA BATHING .Yjw AT OLD POINT COMFORT AND HAMPTON. One of the BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET COMPA NY'S STEAMERS will leave Union Dock, foot f Concord I street, DAILY (Sunday excepted) at 5 o'clock P.M., for j Old Point Comfort and Hampton. j Fare there and hack $6. giving the passenger the privi j lege to remain the whole season. M. N FALLS, Agent, I jell tlO Baltimore Steam Packet Company. SEMMONS k CO.'S CELEBRATED PANTOSCOPIC BRAZILLIAN PEBBLE SPECTA CLES. A. GEDEON, (late of Semmons k Co., Cornwall, Eng land.) respectfully announces his arrival, with a splendid assortment of these newly improved spectacles, and may be consulted at his office, iti CARROLL HALL, corner of Baltimore and Calvert streets, up stairs, ROOM No. 2. This is the only true Lens that has hitherto been con structed, and is founded on the most scientific principles, in accordance with the philosophy of nature, in the pecu liar form of a concave convex mirror, ami most admirably adapted to the Organ of sight, perfectly natural to the Eye —affording, altogether, the best artificial help to the hu man vision. The great novelty in them is the focus, which is disposed of in such a manner as to counteract the infirmity which it is intended to remedy. The material of which they are manufactured gives them a superior hardness and polish, preventing them from being defaced by scratches. Their coolness recommends them especially to those having weak and irritable eyes. The superiority and usefulness of these improved spectacles is fully demonstrased by the unani mous approval of the most celebrated Physicians and Ocu lists of Europe and America. The experience Prof. Gedeon has acquired, combined with his perfect knowledge of the Optical Science, enables him t decide with certainty, on the mere inspection of the eye, what sort of glasses are best suited to correct the de fect or vision, either to give it greater strength, or merely preserve it, as may he necessary, without causing any ap parent change, any fatigue or weakness. OFFICE HOURS—FromB A. M. till 5 P. M. N. B. Persons in the country can be supplied ly for warding in a letter one of their old glasses. TESTIMONIALS. I have examined the Brazil!ian Pebble Spectacles manu factured bv Messrs. Seininons & Co., and while theoreti cally satisfied, from a knowledge of the material and their construction, of their superiority over those in more gen eral use heretofore, I have also tested them with those who have used other glasses, and would hence cheerfully recommend them to all whose sight requires artificial aid. w. MiLTENBEGER, M.D . Baltimore, Sept, Ist, 1858. I fully concur in the opinion expressed by Dr. Milten hergcr and take great pleasure in recommending the Bra zilian Pebble glasses to the public. N. R. SMITU, M. D. Baltimore, Sept. Ist, 1858. PHILADELPHIA, May 30th, 1858. PROF. A. GEDEON : Dear Sir: —l have great pleasure in adding my testimo- , ny to the large amount you have received in favor of the "Brazilian Pebbles." They are the most comfortable glasses I have ever used, and I can most cordially recommend them to all requiring artificial aid. I am greatly indebted to you for bringing them to my notice. Yery truly, yours, tf FRANCIS <'. SMITH, M. D. OFFICE OF THE MARYLAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB, I). B. TRIMBLE, au2Stf 200 Baltimore street. D FAN, A DAMS AND DEAN & COLT'S REVOLVERS, small size. D. 11. TRIMRLE, au2S tf 200 Baltimore street. PURDY'S, LA N(AST E1 * AndD EA N, Adams' k Dean's GUNS, imported to order, by I). B. TRIMBLE, au3o tf 200 Baltimore street. j QINC.JLK AM) J)OI T BLE BARIIRL O DUCK GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, >n2B tf 200 Baltimore street. ! npHE 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. TRIMRLE. au2B-tl 200 Baltimore street. BOYS' SINGLE AND DOUBLE BAR RELI, BIRD GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2S-tf 200 Baltimore street. BREECH-LOADING SHOT 8. GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, an2B tf 200 Baltimore street. ]A VERY A RTICLF INTIIE S ROUTING -JUNE, to be bad at THE SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE, I). B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. DECOIi DUCKS, at Manufacturers' prices l). B. TRIMBLE, MOUNT VERNON C 0.7 OFPICE, NO. 94 LOMBARD STRFET, Manufacturers of COTTON CAN VA"S. A L S 0 RAVEN'S DUCK, SEINE AND SEWING TWINE ap3o tfr FITTING AND FIXTURES BLAIR k CO., MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN GAS F I X TURKS, No. 366 W. BALTIMORE STREET N. B. GAS Pil'E INTKOOUCED by experienced workm and warranted free from leaks. RK-GILDING, RE BRONZING, and SILVERING done at th shortest notice. . ap29 tfr ( 1 REAT SAVING I N (iA S. ' V.T J. 11. COOPER'S PATENT LEVER GAS REGULATOR. ' Saves from 15 to 35 per cent, of Gas, and prevents all "blowing and flaring of the light. JACKSON k CHANDLER, Agents for the State of Maryland, and District of Colum bia, at the office of Messrs. GRATTAN & EVANS. Gas Fitters and Plumbers, No. 8 North street, Jarvis' Building P. S. Certificates can be tiad at the office. myS-tf WE S T & .1 EVE N S, IMI'ORTEUS, MANUFACTURERS, AND DEALERS IN GAS EIA'T U R E S , Of every Description, No. 206 Baltimore Street, c . BALTIMORE t>a*l ipes introduced into public and private buildings thebest manner and on the most pleasiiit' terms mrll-tf au. C(>UP I. A Nir, FASHIONABLE HATS, CAPS, kc No. 40 Baltimore Street Between FREDERICK and HARRISON STS. ""•IMy BALTIMORE. GUNS! GUNS!! GUNSM Douhle and single barrel GUNS, RIFLES :il "' PISTOLS, in the greatest variety.— t AIso—POWDKII FLASKS, SHOT POUCH ES and BELTS, CAME BAGS C\PS WADS. CARTKIDGS, POWDER. SHOT, HALI. and ali SPORTING GOODS. Tliose in want of a GOOD' GUN. or any other article in the line, arc resiwctfully invited'to call, where they will find one of the largest and best as sortments in Baltimore. All Guns warranted, and as cheap as any other respectable establishment in the United State's. Kef-GUNS REPAIRED in the best manner. ALEXANDER McCOMAS, ~ T> .. . No. 51 S. Culvert street. N " —No connection with any other house. slfi 3w m . REMOVAL ! Mffyl DR. GEORGE E. DONALDSON, (M U.C.V.S..London.) VETERINARY SURGEON, Has removed to FATF.TTE ST., BETWEEN NORTH a MI CALVERT. THE DISEASES OF HORSES and all other domesticated animals, receive prompt attention and scientific treatment. His celebrated OINTMENT for Spavins, Splints, Ring: bones, and all bony enlargements; Curbs, Distemper, Chronic Cough, Ac., Ac., and Veterinary Medicines of every description, warranted genuine and properly pre pared, can at all times l>e hail at hisollice; or forwarded to any part of the country on receipt of cash. N. II.—DR. DONALDSON can also be consulted by let ter, enduring one dollar, upon all diseases connected with his jrrafeMion, when the proper mode of treatment and the propter medicine to that amount will he immediately for warded. State the symptoms clearly and caref utly. and how the medicine is to he sent —as Liquids cannot be transmitted through the Post. au'JO tf ° AtfL DR. E. P. MORONG, Since his return from Euroju* makes an exclusive si>ecialtv" of the treatment of DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR, MEDICALLY AND SURGICALLY. OFFICE 71 NORTH CHARLES ST. slO-tfr f 1 O L LEG TI O N A GEX C Y. VJ J. D. PRATT A 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 Carres pondence with reliable Attorneys in every city and cunty„ our facilities for effecting speedy and prompt COLI.EC TIONS arcsuch as will give entire satisfaction OFFICE OF THE MERCANTILE AGENCY, csrner Baltimore and South Charles streets. mrfi-tf PERUVIAN GUANO. " ~ OF DIRECT IMPORTATION; INTO TIIIS PORT. Containing 16 65-100 j>er cent, of Ammonia, ami 29 per cent of Phosphate of Lime, being the cargo of ship Vo~ lante, the only cargo inspected by T I Pitts Eso for sale on the market, and the best i'n the market 'For sale by P. MAI.COM A CO., Wood st , Bow™ wharf A SPECULATION;—' Th<"~'PuMIfTnrp in vited to call at my store to see the latest imnrove ment in WASHING MACIIINES-for which Patent Rights for the States of Delaware, Maryland, and District of Co lumbia, are for sale. ALFRED H. REIP, an 14 t f No. 337 Baltimore St. BR F,1 1),\IIA('II S I,()N1 4()\ .•SOAPS CANFIELD BROTHER A CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET, Have on hand Breidenbach's genuine Lettuce, Camphor, Moss Rose, Violet, Old White Windsor, and Oueen's Soap Wholesale and retail. j.vl3-tf 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, -- ,s tr No. 3 South Charles St. _ TIH BALTIMORE COAL COMPA SOLE AGENTS for this city, are an lot f MESSRS. DOBBIN A WARFIELD, l iITI I "l NO. 36 Second street^ w£S- fl 'i . WALE. —One superior mm K ™\sz n - OffCKNEY&b COT, DEALERS IN NAILS,COAL AND IRON, No. hi Exchange Place, up stairs. fe2s tf PHCENIX SPICE MILLS, WAREHOUSE 58 SOUTH STREI! WM. H. CRAWFORD A CO., PROPBIZTOKS, 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 j THE DAILY EXCHANGE, SEPTEMBER 20, 1858. <£lm ration. MOUNT WASHINGTON COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES.—The WINTER SESSION begins November 3d, 1858. The course of instruction in the usual branches is full and thorough, being under the direction of an efficient Faculty of able and experienced Teachers. Every necessary appliance required for Female education is at the command of the Institution. Parents who desire a thorough education for their daughters, with the comforts and advantages of the Christian family, are invited to examine the School. For terms of admission and further information, address Rev. CEo. LEWIS STALEY. Principal, Mount Washing ton, Baltimore Co., Maryland., or Rev. Dr. HEINER, dec ond st., Baltimore. Catalogues can be bad atCUSHINGS k BAILEY'S, Baltimore st. sls-ly WYKEHAM SCHOOL—2B2 IMmlistnilT. 0 Ilevd. TIKIS. RICHEY M. A.—Rector. Rev'd. G. F. MoRISON, (lateprincipal of Rugby Acad emy, Washington. D. C.) Principal. T. LKSKIE, A. M.—Professor of Modern Languages. This Institution will be open for the reception of pupils on the FIRST OF OCTOBER. The course of studies will be comprehensive, including the Modern Languages.— Terms of instruction moderate. For further particulars I enquire of the above. Circulars containing all necessary information, will be issued in a f i w days, and may be had at WATERS 1 Bookstore. au2B dtr SELECT CLASS.—The undersigned, with the view of educating bis own daughters at home, proposes to receive at his residence, opposite Union Square, a limited number of Young Ladies. The Class will he un der his personal supervision, assisted by a resident In structress. should it he necessary. Professors of Music and French will come to the house, at specified hours, to give their lessons. The exercises of the Class will commence on the 4th of OCTOBER next. Terms—for English Studies, per Quarter, sls. Pupils under 10 years of age, $lO. Music on Piano, sls. Sta tionary and Fuel, $3. M. L. FORBES, late Rector of au26-2awtoctl* St. James 1 Parish, Baltimore co. HALL OF ST. JOHN, NO. 271 MADISON AVENUE. (SECOND POOR ABOVE HOFFMAN ST.) RECTOR: BENJAMIN B. GRISWOLD, A. M. This is a Protestant Episcopal School for a limited num ber of Boys. French Classes under M. I)ES POMMIERS. Boys received from 10 to 14 years of age, and retained until carried to any degree of advancement desired. The School re-opens on MONDAY, September 6th. Circulars at Mr. WATERS' BOOK STORK, and at the Episcopal reading an7 dtf F PHE CO LI, EG E OF ST. JAMES^ A MARYLAND.—The next ANNUAL SESSION begins on W KPN ESDAY, September 20th. Punctual attendance on that day is requested. Applicants can enter any class in the Preparatory School, or in the College, for which upon examination they are found qualified. COMMER CIAL STUDIES pursued by those whose parents desire it. Ample accommodations are provided for one hundred and twenty pupils. Terms—Two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) for the session, payable semi-annually in advance, covering all expenses of Tuition and Boarding. For admission apply to the Rev. Dr. KERFOOT, Rector, College St. .lames Postoffiee. Maryland. jyß-tf BOGGS, COTTMAN k Co., Nos. 44 and 4ti LOMBARD STREET, OPPOSITE PUBLIC STORES, BALTIMORE. IMPORTERS OP WINES, BRANDIES. GIN, SEGARS, Ac. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN I) 0M E STIC LI QUO RS, COIII) I A I,S, Ac. Cognac k Rochelle Brandies,. Old Rye Whiskey, of differ l'ale and Park. ent qualities Holland Gin. German Tonic Bitters. Jamaica & Santa Cruz Rum. Peach, 1 Scotch and Irish Whiskey. Blurry, Madeira, Sherry, Port Lis- Lavender, I n .. bon, Malaga, Champagne i ßaspberry, ( Brandies, and Claret Wines. Blackberry, I Havana A: Principe Segars. Ginger, j jy29 tf Cordials, Various qualities. R. I. BAKEII, . IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OF DYE-WOODS, AND DEALER IN DYE-STUFFS, CHEMICALS, ACIDS, SAL SODA, SOPA-ASIT, BLEACHING POWDERS, GLUE, EMERY, Ac., Used by Woolen, Cotton, Paper. Hat and Soap and Candle Manufacturers, Tanners, Morocco Dressers, Ma chinists and Dyers, No. 36 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, Baltimore PI I <ENI X STEAM" M ARBLE WORKS", ESTABLISHED 1920. CORNER SHARK AND CKRMA.V STREETS. Persons owning family lots in public cemeteries or pri vatc burial grounds, are respectfully invited to call before purchasing elsewhere, and examine the stock of MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEADSTONES, Ac., 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 stautly on hand. ALEXANDER GADDESS, Proprietor, Steam Marble Works VJAFES-- ROBBER AND El BE PROOF O—LII.LIK'S PATENT CHILLED IRON, WITH COM BINATION 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 tliem in exchange. C. S. WILLKTT, jyl6 tf 192 Baltimore street. 5|J GENTLEMEN'S rll FASHIONABLE BOOT ANI) SHOE ' 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-ly CHI.OSS & BRO„ 0 MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 19 LIGHT STREET, (Below the Fountain Hotel,) Baltimore. By keeping constantly on hand a full assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMKRES and VESTINGS, they are ena bled to furnish suits at prices that cannot fail to please. Orders filled ;t the shortest notice. apl3-tf 1 A. DUBHANE, ♦ I • COMMISSION PAPER DEALER, No. 40 S. CHARLES STREET, NEAR LOMBARD, BALTIMORE, MI)., Has just received and now oilers for sale a large and well assorted stock of Writing. Printing, Book and Wrapping Papers; BinderI.*, 1 .*, Trunk, Straw, Bonnet Boards, &c. Hav ing been appointed agent by Thaddeus Davids k Co. for the sale of their unrivalled Mucilage Ink, Sealing Wax, Black Sand, &c., he is prepared to furnish them at the manufacturers 1 prices. Attention is respectfully solicited to his stock generally. Paper of every description made to order at short notice. au3l tf BLANKETS. 25 cases 9-4,10—1,11-1,12-4 —Cumberland Mfg. Co. 30 " 9-4, 10-1. 11-4—Cocheco Mfg. Co. 20 " 9-4,10-4. 11-4, 12-4—Holland Mfg. Co. 10 u Super Crib Blankets, of low, medium and extra ' fine qu<xlitieß, received and for sale by yl6-zaw2m B. S & W. A. T.OXF.Y k CO. I OUDON BARK UEMETKRY.~ X-J Tredcrick Road, a mile and a half from city limits. Omnibuses leave the X. W. corner of Baltimore and Paca streets, (opposite General Wayne Inn,) at 7 and 11 A. M., and 2 and 4 P. M., for the above Cemetery. Families, Congregations and Societies can now select Lots in desirable locations, on application to Mr. WM. MAY, the Superintendent, or at the office of the Company, No. 1 Jarvis' Buildings, North street, where all necessary nformation can be obtained. s8 eotOl* STEPHEN PRYOB, Sec'y REMOVAL. B. T. ELDER, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT, RKMOYKD from No. 81 Smith's Wharf, to NO. 120 SOUTH EUTAW STREET, Opposite Camden Station of toe B. A- O. R. R. U VERETT'S SUPERIOR ENGLISH J A BLACK ING.—A fresh invoice of Everett's superior iquid BLACKING, just landing ex-May Queej), from Lon don. For sale in quantities to suit purchasers. P. TIKR NA N v SON, Importers, 12 N Charles st. sls tf T11() THE AFFLICTED.—MRS. LF.YO.N, a M. D.—ottice, 350 West Baltimore street —practices without KNIFE OR PLASTERS—CANCERS, TUMORS, SCROFULA, of long standing, CHEWING TOBACCO, SMOKING, and INTEMPERANCE, cured. The most skeptical are invited to call and examine testimonials. au27-lm* _ AI.KNCY OF THE HAZARD BOW DER CO.—The undersigned having a large and com plete assortment of sporting, shipping, mining, and Mast ing POWDER, in their magazine, are prepared to execute all orders for this justly celebrated Powder, at manufac turer's prices. D. J. FOLEY k BRO., Agents, anl6-dtf 50 South street. 1 TLANTIC CABLE CANES, ±\_ CAN FIELD, BRO.. k CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET. Will receive on MONDAY, 13th instant, an invoice of WALKING CANES, made from the Atlantic Telegraph Submarine Cable, neatly mounted on silver. For sale tin-Iradeor at retail. TACOB TABLER, • J MERCHANT TAILOR, AND GENTLEMEN'S F URN I Sill N (J E S TA BITS TIME NT, No. 9 NORTH EUTAW STREET, OPPOSITE EUTAW HOUSE. j He has on hand a choice stock of CLOTHS, CASST | MERES, and VESTINGS, which he is prepared to make up to order in the most fashionable style, and trusts that his friends will favor him with a share of patronage. JACOB TABLER, Late of the house of Shipley, Howard k Co., No. 303 Bal timore street. sB-ly II 1 IKE PLACE STOVES. —We would in vite Housekeepers to examine our new FIRE PLACE I STOVES. They are put up in connection with a fireboard j and for bieakfast or dining rooms, their moderate price will commend them to general consideration. We also ! have the PARLOR COMPANION and UNION PARLOR STOVES, for heating parlors and rooms over them. Al j so. a general variety of HEATING and COOKING i STOVES, to which we call attention. COLLINS, HEATH ! & HUTCHINSON, Maryland Stove and Plumbing House, l 22 Light street. sIC-tf 13 U RGL A id'ROOF ANDTIREPROOF 3 CHILLED IRON SAFES, WITH COMBINATION BANK LOCK.—THE WORLD'S SAFE COMPANY have j established an agencv in Baltimore for the sale of their IMPREGNABLE CHILLED IRON SAFES, BANK LOCKS AND VAULT DOORS. These are the only reliable ROBBER, PROOF SAPES ever of fered for sale in Baltimore. No reliance can he placed on Sheet Iron Safes. 0. S. WILLETT, Agent, jy7-tf 392 Baltimore street.' ? (PHAFING DISHES, COFFEE URNS Vy ami BLOCK TIN articles of every description, man ufactured and for sale, wholesale and retail, at very low rates, by CORTLAjN it CO., No. 210 Baltimore street, slfitf _ 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, hut it proves to he a desirable orna ment for the table. Apply to ALFRED H. REIP, At the Housekeej>ers' Emporium, jy3l-dtf 337 Baltimore street. IM P O RT ED CIGARS AND CHEWING TOBACCO THOS. N. WEBB, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN CIGARS ANI) TOBACCO, CORNER or GARDEN AND MADISON STREETS, BALTIMORE. Keeps constantly on hand all the Choice Brands of Im ported Havana CIGARS and Superior CHKWINC TO BACCO, with Fancy Articles of the Trade. mrlß tf WM. C. ROBINSON, No. SI BDWLY'S WHARF, BALTIMORE, KEKI'S CONSTANTLY ON HAND, WHICH HE WILL SELL AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. "WINTER AND FALL SPERM OIL, 1 .. . ELEPHANT OIL, I BLEACHED " SOI.AROIL, > AND UN | PATENT OIL, I BLE ACHED " LARD OIL, J MACHINERY, LUBRICATING & CYLINDER SPERM OIL. N ORTH WEST COAST WHALE OIL. ST RAITS, BANK AND SHORE TANNERS' OIL. SPERM AND ADAMANTINE CANDLES jy22 dtf ASSORTED SIZES Jnsurimte Cumpanics. TLMREMEN'S INSURANT H (O.ML'A.N Y. JL JOHN REESE, President. H. P. DUHURST, Secretary. Corner of South anil Second streets. apO-tf DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY IN* SURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania 1835. MARINE INSURANCE, On Vessels, Cargo, Freights, to all parts of the World. INLAND INSURANCES, On Goods by Rivers, Canals, Lakes and land Carriages to all parts of the Union. FIRE INSURANCES, On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelling Hou ses, kc. ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, November, 2d, 1857, $702,785.37. WILLIAM MARTIN, President. THOMAS C. HAND, Vice President. HENRY LYLBURN, Secretary. The undersigned, having been duly appointed Agent of this Company, is prepared to receive applications lor In surance as above, ami is instructed to give no;ice to all persons in this city who desire to place risks with said Company, that their applications for Insurance must be made at their agency in Baltimore. HENRY A. DTDIER, je2l tf Commercial Building, Gay street. HOWARD FIRE INSI RANCE < 0., OF BALTIMORE. INSURES Dwellings, Furniture, Warehouses, Goods on storage, and Merchandise generally, against loss or damage by fire Also Vessels and Cargoes in port. Office—S. E. corner of HOWARD ANDCLAY STREETS The Directors meetdailv to answer applications. A NI) RE W RKES E, Prcsiden t. DIRECTORS. JAS. M. POUDER, CHAS IIOFFMAJT, CHAS. W. GEORGE, HENRY J. WEKDEBAUGH, WM. ORTWINE. AUGUSTUS SHRIVER, SAML. R. SMITH, M. BENZINUER, AARON FKNTON, WM. G. POWER, GEO. P. THOMAS, ELISIIA 11. PERKINS, GEORGE HARLAN WILLIAMS, ap29 tf Secretary. E 1 QU ITA BLE FIRE INSURANCE JLli SOCIETY. CIIA RTE R I 'A' R/ >E TUA L. OFFICE, NO. 19 SOUTH STREET. THE BALTIMORE EQUITABLE SOCIETY will Insure HOUSES and FURNITURE from LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, at very cheap rates, on the Mutual or Beneficial plan, and grant Carpenter's Risks, on pleasing terms. Owners of Property insured in the EQUITABLE Office have no further responsibility than the amount of their deposits, and on the expiration of policies, they are enti tled to receive a cash dividend of twenty-eight per cent. The public are respectfully invited to call at the office, No. 19 SOUTH STREET, where the principles on which the Society insure will he fully explained. DIRECTORS: THOMAS KKLSO, BENJAMIN DEPORD WILLIAM KENNEDY, SAMUEL KIRBT, HENRY RIEMAN, MICHAEL WARNER JAMES FRAZIER, DANIEL DAIL, CHARLES R. CARROLL, ROBERT A. DOBBIN, AUSTIN JENKINS, DANIEL WARFIELD. FRANCIS A. CROOK, Treasurer. HUGH B. JONES, Secretary. fe24-ly* 'IMJE (i IIK AT \Y EST KILN (TMAUINK) X INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW FORK. Authorized Capital $5,000,000 Cash Capital ( already paid in) 1,000,000 Surplus Fund (represented by scrip) 500,000 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 Eurojie) blending the desirable se curity of a large Cash Capital , with a liberal return of the profits to its customers. All Marine ami Inland risks insured on most favorable terms. RICH'D LATHERS, Prest. JNO. A. PARKER, Ist V. Prest. DOUGLAS ROBINSON, Sec'y. J. F. Cox, 2d do. COLIN MACKENZIE. Agent in Baltimore, ft-23 tf Olliee <"(imnoTcial Buildings. t|MKE INSURANCE AGENCY. GEORGE B. CO A I.E. COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, GAY STREET, AGENT WITII FULL POWERS FOR THE HARTFORI) 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 $300,000. Property of all kinds in TOWN or COUNTRY insured at the most reasonable terms. BALTIMORE LIFE I NsORANCE COM I'ANY. No- 15 SOUTH STREET, INCORPORATED IN IS3O— -Charter Perpetual. JOHN I. DONALDSON, President. COMPANY proposes to insure lives X 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 he made payable annually, semi annually, or quarterly, at option of the assured. The Company buys ami 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 ly IP IRE AND LIFE INSURANCE OFFICE, A r O. 63 SECOND STREET, BALTUIORR. •TOnN G. PROUD k SONS, Representing Cennpanies of the. highest staruling, with large Cash Capitals. Policies issued, and Losses paid at the Agency. JETXA INSURANCE Co., of Hartford, Conn. $1,500,000 PHCENIX " " " " 350,000 SPRINGFIELD " Springfield, Mas 3. 375,000 ft'22-tf Ass< >< •IA TED FIREM EN'S ! NSUR ANCE OFFICE, No. 4 SOUTH STREET, OPEN DAILY for the INSURANCE OF ALL DESCRIP TIONS OF PROPERTY WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE CITY. JOnN R. MOORE, President. DIRECTORS. JAMES GETTY, Mechanical , J. C. WIIEEDEN, Columbian,' GEORGE HARMAN. Union. J. TRUST, First Baltimore, NOAH WALKER, Friendship, FRANCIS BURNS. United, J. T. FARLOW, Deptford , JAMES YOUNG, Franklin, ALLEN PAINE, Liberty, J. PEA.SON, JR Washington, SAMUEL KIRK, Independent, LANCASTER OULD, I'atapsco, R. C. MASON, Viyilant , F. A. MILLER. Howard, WM. A. HACK, New Market , JAS. A. BRUCE, Watchman, JAS. B. GEORGE, SR., Pioneer Jos. C. BOYD, Lafayette I 100 k and Ladder Co. No. 1 fe22 tf. JOHN PUK EH A RT. Secretary. MARINE AND INLAND INSURANCE' THE SUN MUTAL INSURANCE X COM PA NY OF NEW YORK, Insures Marine and Inland Navigation Risks, on terms as favorable as those of any other Company. All persons tak ing Policies from this Company are entitled to a share of the profits, without incurring any liability, beyond the amount of Premium. The assets of the Company, liable for the payment of losses, are over $2,000,000. A. B. NKILSON, Press't. A. BEATON, V. Pres't J. WHITEHEAD, Sec. C.OLIVER O'DONN ELL, Agent in Baltimore. fe22 ly. No. 51 EXCHANGE PLACE. NATIONAL PTRE INSLTRAN( K < COM PANY OF BALTIMORE. Incorporated by the STATE OF MARYLAND, 1849. OFFICE NO. 13 SOUTH STREET. THE COMPANY INSURES EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY IN THE CITY OR COUNTY, AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE. The Directors meet daily to determine upon applications for INSURANCE. JOHN B. SEIDEXSTRICKER, President, BOARD or DIRECTORS: Allen A. Chapman, (William Woodward, Henry M. Bash, George Bartlett, Wm. Heald, Adam Denmead, John W. Ross, i Joseph W. Jenkins, Edward J. Church, j Thomas M. Sullivan, Job Smith, I George Small. JOHN R. MAGRUDER, fe26 tf Secretary. MALTBY HOUSE. Having disposed of my entire interest in the MALTBY HOUSE, 1 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," fer several years, as a gentleman of pleasing ad dress, courteous and correct deportment, and well quali fled to give them entire satisfaction. All person* having hills against H. M. SMITH, Maltby House, will please present them immediately for pavment. HENRY M. SMITH. MALTBY HOUSE—FAKE REDUCED! THE UNDERSIGNED, bavins taken the MALTBY HOUSE, in Baltimore, mi Pratt street, between Light and Charles, recently occupied by 11. M. SMITH, Esq.. has made extensive alterations-arid improvements, refitted and refurnished the same, and reduced the rates of Boar din y. A continuance of the libera! patronage heretofore be stowed, is respectfully solicited. No exertions or expense will be omitted to sustain the well-earned reputation of the "MALTBY." Terms per day, $1.50. Per week, as per agreement. au23-dlm L. U. MALTBY. rpRBASURRR'S OFFICE, BALTI- X MORE k OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY, SEPTEM BERS, 1858.—The Board of Directors at their meeting this day, passed the following resolution, viz: Resolved, That the Treasurer be and he is hereby In structed to advertise that the remainder of the first mort gage loan for one million dollars, due January Ist, 1854, will be paid on presentation of the certificates at the of fice of the Company, on and after October Ist next, after which date the interest on said loan will cease: and that he be further instructed to advertise that if application he promptly made by the holders of said loan, stock of the city of Baltimore, of the Sinking Fund Loan of 1890, will be exchanged at par for the same. J. I. ATKINSON, slO tO2 Treasurer. MURPHY ik. co..— BOOKSELLERS, PUBLISHERS. PRINTERS, AND STATIONERS. MARBLE BUILDING, 182 BALTIMORE ST. s7-tf BALTIMORE. PRIME SHERRY. —1 have receivil an in voice of fine SHERRY, the best imported from the es tate of Widow Harmony, and well worth the attention of gentlemen wanting a suiA-rior Sherry Wine. For sale by GEO. HOLLINS, corner Fayette anil Charles sts. T. HYNSONT • UPHOLSTERER, TAPER HANGER, AND VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTURER, No 52 NORTH HOWARD ST., ONE DOOR ABOVE LEXINGTON, BALTIMORE PAPER HANGINGS. VENETIAN BLINDS. Constantly in store, for Keeps on hand, and manu sale, PAPER HANGINGS of factures to order, VENETIAN every description, and of the BLINDS of all colors, sizes latest and most approved and qualities, which will patterns. Also, Borders, Fir compare favorably with any Board Prints, kc. (offered to the public. Paper Hanging done in the best style. Old Blinds Repainted and Trimmed, or Exchanged. s9 ly JOSHUA HUMNSON, (SRCCESSOR TO ROBINSON K KREMKR.) WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN TIN AND SHEET IRON WARES, BLOCK TIN, BRITANNIA METAL, BATHING APPARATUS WATER COOLERS, FILTERERS, kC. NO. 333 W. 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. iy7-3m. PRESERVING KETTLES,— BeII Metal anil F.nglish Enamelled PRESERVING KETTLES, of every size, and guaranteed of the very best quality, re cently imported, and for sale, wholesale and retail, very low. CORTLAN k CO., Importers of Foreign, Fancy and Staple Goods, au2o tf No. 216 Baltimore St. HENRY ENGLISH. , rH-v BRASS FAUCET MAKER, gn DEALER IS LEAD PIPE. SHEET LEAD, BLOCK TIN, SHEET ZINC. ke. No. 119 FRONT STREET, AND s7-6m 138 FAYETTE STREET. BALTIMORE. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE AT 25 CENTS PER HUNDRED Apply at this Office. ap2o tf flrn 6oobs, SEPTEMBER KIM. FALL OPENING OF RICH AND ItEAITIFUL DKY GOODS. Comprising all the newest ami most attractive styles. In SILK RORF.H, A TABLEAU ROBhS, A LKZ; ROBRS, A DOUBLE JUPE; SILKS, by the yard hi great variety. Also, a complete assortment of PRINTED MERINOS; DELAINES; POPLINS; MERINO PLAIDS; LACKS AND EMBROIDERIES; POJLE DE Cll BYRES; SHAWLS; With a complete stock of MOURNING GOODS; To which we will be adding all the novelties of the season. P. S A large and well selected stock or Housekeeping and DOMESTIC GOODS. Also, a full assortment of CLOTHS and OA SSI MERES, for Mens and Boy's wear. 813 WROTH & FITLLERTON, 83 Baltimore st. | I OS!ERY. J I AMOS LOVE JOY k CO., 19 5 B ALT] M O R K STREET. Have received a large assortment of FALL AND WIN TER HOSIERY, such as Shaker Knit Shirts and Draw ers, Hose. &c. All sorts and sizes of Merino Under-shirts and Drawers for Men, Ladies and Children; Gloves, Sus penders, Cravats, Collars. Pins, Needles, Tapes, Hooks and Eyes, Bobbins, Threads, Sewing Silks. Boston and Wool Wadding, Yarns, Douglass k Sherwood's Steel Skirts, Knitting Cottons, kc.. kc., wholesale k Retail at 195 Bal timore street between Light and Charles, Baltimore, Mary land. s2tf §goftS nitb Stationers. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. CUSHINGS & BAILEY, BOOKSELLERS AM) 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, he found in the city. They resj>ectfully invite an examination of their Stock. Orders attended to promptly. fe22 tf. BLANK BOOK, PAPER AND STAT IO N ERY W AKEHOUS E, SAMUEL E TURNER, No. 3 SOUTH CHARLES STREET HAS ON HAND A VERY SUPERIOR assortment of PAPER, STATIONERY and BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS. Among his stock will he found WRITING and LETTER PAPERS, lw>th domestic and foreign, #f all the most approved manufacturers. NOTE PAPERS—RiIIed and Plain, in very great va riety. ENVELOPES of all kinds. STATION ERY of every description, for office and private use, via:—STEEL PENS, PEN HOLDERS, SEALING WAX, WAFERS, LEAD and SLATE PENCILS, INK STAN DS, kc., kc. INK—Writing and Copying, of all the best makers, LETTER COPYING PRESSES, PORTFOLIOS, PoRTK MOXNAIES, 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. fe22-tf. Coal. CHARLES GILMOR &CO~„ DEALERB 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 OA P, TRKVORTON, COAL MOUNTAIN, LEHIGH, I.YKENS VALLEY, BROAD MOUNTAIN, I.ORB ERRY, JCUMBERLAXD CO A 1,. We have on hand and will he constantly receiving, "Gray's superior White Ash COAL, from the region of the Bait. Co's. Mines, and which we warrant equal to the Bait. Go's. Coal, or any other in market, in every respect. Tlie best quality of Coal for Furnace $5.25 per ton of 2.240 Mis. Cooking Coal at $5 per ton of 2,240 llis. Cumberland Coal for sale by the carload, cargo or single ton, at lowest rates. Orders through the P. O. attended to. aul6 CIOAL! J COAL! COAL! COAL AT FIVE DOLLARS PER T0N—2,240 pounds. Superior quality of White, Red, and Grey Ash COAL. Delivered free of charge in any part of the city, at $5 per t0n—2,240 pounds. JOHN G. McCULLOUGH. Coal and Wood Dealer. Office—N W. corner Pratt and Fremont streets. 44 N. W. corner Park and Fayette streets. Wharf—foot Eutaw street. KINDLING WOOD? KINDLTNG WOOD! 1 am now preparing on my wharf, by steam power, SAWED AND SPLIT OAK AND PINE Wool), which I will sell and deliver free of charge at TEN PER CENT, less than any dealer in the city. JOHN G. McCULLOUGTI, Office—Pratt and Fremont streets. 44 Park and Fayette streets. WOOD! WOOD ! OAK AND PINE WOOD without being sawed and split, for sale at prices as low as can he purchased at Light street, or other wharves in the city. JOHN G. McCULLOUGH. Office—Pratt and Fremont streets. 44 Park and Fayette ftreets, aulO-tf CIUMBERLAND COAL. J By cargo or car-load, at the lowest market price, by STEPHEN S. LEE, aulO A 50 South Gay st. OA L AGEN CY . The under- J signed having been appointed AGENT for the sale of the "BOSTON COAL COMPANY'S" COAL, is now pre pared to offer this su(>erior CO A L 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 Wilkcs barre, Pa. The COAL is "PURE WHITE ASH," burning thoroughly, and leaving nothing hut ashes. It has been tested by many of our most reliable citizens and manu facturers, who ALL testify that it is the best COAL thru have ever burned. It is guaranteed to be free from hone and Slate or any other impurities, and to give entire satisfaction to the pur chaser. As I shall sell no other Anthracite Coal, than that from the "BOSTON COAL CO. 'S" Mine, purchasers will run no risk of getting an inferior or mixed Coal. I ant also prepared to offer all the varieties of CUMBER LAND and other BITUMINOUS COALS, at the lowest market prices, either by cargo or single ton, and respect fully solicit orders, which shall be attended to promptly and carefully. TJIOS. R. BASSFORD, au7-3mos No. South street. COAL ! COAL!! COAL! 1! A. ROBINS, J WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ANTHRACITE AND CUMBERLAND COAL, OFFICE, No. 7 SUN IRON BUILDING, BALTIMORE. YARD—CORNER EDEN AND LOMBARD STS. 37"A11 orders left at our Office will be promptly attend ed to. nu3 tf lOOAU COAL!! COAL!!! The very best hard WHITE ASH COAL, suitable for FAMILY FURNACES and PARLOR STOVES of strong draft and choice soft REP ASH, prepared expressly for 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 jer ton of 2.240 pounds. Consumers will please eall ut the YARD, No. 78 NORTH near PLEASANT STREET, and examine for themselves. HUDSON A: O'LEARY, 78 North street, au4-tf Baltimore. CA DAL ! COALT! COAL!!! Z The undersigned, appointed Agents of the BOSTON COAL COMPANY, situate in the Wyoming Valley, near Wilksharre, Pa., are prepared to contract for or to sell any quantity of ANTHRACITE COAL from said mine. The 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 he pleased to have purchasers examine and test. They are authorized to guarantee the quality of the Coal to give satisfaction, as also to he free of hone and slate. HALL k LONEY, jyß 3m 56 Buchanan's wharf. CA OA TTT~ J CUMBERLAND COAL of the best quality, from the American Company's ami other mines in the George's Creek Valley, constantly for sale by the cargo or car load. STICKNKY k CO., ap24-tf Exchange Place. CHAS. FORSTER,JR. WM. B. SLACK. COAL. FORSTER k SLACK, SHIPPERS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COAL have in yard and are prepared to deliver in good order, LUMP LEHIGH for Cupolas and Foundry purjinscs. Baltimore Company, Sunbury, Locust Gap and Lnrberry White Ash, Lyken's Valley and Short Mountain Red Ash, for familyuse. Cumberland Coal for manufacturing and do mestic purposes. UPPER YARD,' —Howard Street, oppo site Centre. LOWER YARD, —Corner Albemarle and Alice Anna Streets feb22 tf. WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, &C~ BAKER BROTHERS & CO., Not. 32 and 34 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, Importers of French and Manufacturers "f Baltimore WINDOW GLASS, DRUGGISTS' GLASS WARE, VIALS, BOTTLES, JARS, FLASKS, ETC. IMPORTERS AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE OP 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. LARD OIL, FOR BURNING OR LUBRICATING. We call attention of the trade and machinists to our make of LARD OIL, a supply of which, freshly made, we have constantly on hand. This OIL is pressed from best quality Lard without the aid of acids or any foreign sub stance, is free of gum, and for burning or lubricating can not be exoeUed. GEORGE * JENKINS, No. 3 Commerce street. We refer to the following parties who have been using it: G. H. Reese k Bros., W. k 11. Spilcker, A. &W. Den mead k Sons, Poole & Hunt, R. Sinclair, Jr. k Co., Baltimore and Ohioß. R. Co., 11. Abbott k Son, George Kerr, Agent Thistle J. k H. Warden, Manufacturing Co. je2 dfimo MARYLAND LIGHTNING ROD COMPANY. E. F. LUPTON'S IMPROVED PATENT ENAMELED LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS, WITH SCREW INSULATORS, Sold Wholesale and Retail at his Desk, ' No. 3 MECHANICS' EXCHANGE, SON IRON IIUILDINO, BALTIMORE. Copper and Enameled Rods constructed on Ships, Dwell ings and Public Buildings, in the safest and hest manner. Also for sale, Lightni. „ Rod Points, Glass Insulators and Trimmings, for putting up rods. ALL ORDERS FROM TOWN OR COUNTRY, DI RECTED TO HIM, WILL BE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. jy27_tf POCKET FRUIT KNIVES, WITII SIL VER BLADE, just received, together with a large va riety of tine Steel Bladed Pocket Knives, of the best pat terns. For sale, wholesale and retail, by CORTLAN k CO., Importers and Dealers in au2o-tf Table Cutlery, Plated Goods, Ac. SHINGLES!— We have received a further supply of low priced SHIN GLES, suitable for covering Barns and Out houses; apply at 132 Light St. Wharf, or corner of Eutaw and German i streets. (slff-tf) BURNS & SLOAN.| j |)ublit State. BY b\ \\. BKWKTT CO. ORPHANS' COURT SALE OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS, CHANDE LIERS, MIRRORS. CURTAINS, ROSEWOOD PARLOR A: CI IA M PER FI'RN ITURE, CHICKEUING PIANO. ETC., At No. 49 NORTH CHARLES STREET AT A I'CTION. On TUESDAY MoRXINO, 21st September, at 10 o'- clock, we shall sell at the dwelling, No. 49 North Charles street, near Lexington street, by order of the Orphan's Court for Raltimore city, for and on account of the execu tors of Mary C. Jarvis, deceased. all the FURNITURE &c., contained therein. We name in part—Wilton Parlor Carpets; English Oil Cloths; large and elegant suit of rosewood Parlor Furniture, in brocatellc, namely: Sofas, Parlor Chairs, Arm do., inlaid-top Sofa Tables, rich Man- 1 tel Ornaments, Damask Curtain*, Linen Shades, kc. CHI< 'KGItINU PIANO. 11 ) I "Ta Elegant roacwood cased I'IAXO, G# oc .l ■' m J J tave, manufactured by ('bickering, of Bos ton; full metallic plate and a superior instrument. CHANDELIERS AND MIRRORS. Q COSTLY CHANDELIERS, six lights, for parlors, -wbronzed and gilt; Hall do.; Has Brackets; 2 Mantel Mirrors, of large size; Pier do.: 2 suits of Window Cur tains, gilt and bronzed; French Timepiece. ALSO, HALL FURNITURE. ALSO, Dining-room and Library FURNITURE, complete. CHAM HERS. Rosewood, walnut and mahogany Furniture, complete, Reds and Redding, with usually K found in a well furnished dwelling. ALSO, Kitchen Furniture, kc. Terms cash, in bankable monev. WILLIAM E. MAYHEW, EDWARD OTIS H INK LEY, Executors of Mary C. Jarvis, deceased. F. W. BENNETT k CO., Auct'rs. ALSO, AT TWEI. VK O'CLOCK. 1 AAA BOTTLES VERY CHOICE and OLD MA DEI W M N rRA, SHERRY and PORT WINKS, from 20 to 40 years old, in glass, CONSISTING OP 60 bottles very old and delicate Sherry Wine. 572 44 44 44 44 Madeira 44 93 44 ,4 44 Obi Port Wine. 72 1 1 44 44 Malaga 44 152 " 44 44 Claret 44 ALSO, Brandy, Whiskey, Hock, Champagne, etc. HORSES AND CARRIAGES. Pair of Ray Carriage Horses. SUPERIOR FAMILY CARRIAGE, SV —nearly new, of superior finish, cost SI.OOO. — One Square Carriage, with Harness, Blankets, etc., com plete. Terms cash, in bankable money. WM. K. MAYHEW, EDWARD OTIS II INK LEY, Executors of Mary C. Jarvis, deceased >ls ts F. w. BENNETT .t Co ~ Auct'rs. BY SAMUEL II COVER. VERY HANDSOME FURNITURE OF A GENTLEMAN DECLINING HOUSEKEEPING. —\\ ill be sold on TUESDAY MORNING, September 21st, at ten o'clock, at the dwelling situated on the south side of East Pratt street, second door east of High street. All the HANDSOME FURNITURE contained in said dwelling. I name in part—handsome Tapestry Carpet for two parlors; set of walnut and mahogany Furniture for two parlors, consisting of Sofa,Tete a-Tete, Side, Arm and Rocking Chairs; Reception do.; marble top Centre; Sofa and Pitr Tables; five light Chandelier; Lace Curtains; Oil Cloth; mahogany Sideboard: marble-top Bookcase and Secretary; Book-Rack; handsome Oil Painting; Oak Hall Furniture; Ornaments; Oval Mirrors; French China Din ner and Tea Sets; Glassware, with a number of articlesof Parlor Furniture not enumerated. CHAMBER FURNITURE. Handsome high post mahogany Bedstead, with Canopy; three walnut and mahogany marble top Dresssing Bu reaus; enclosed marble top Washstand; walnut Wardrobe; Cottage Bedstead; Feather Beds; Bolsters and Pillows; Hair and Husk Mattresses; Chamber Carpet; Chamber Chairs, etc. ALSO, A large collection of Kitchen Furniture and Cooking I. tonsils, etc. All of which will he sold without reserve. Terms cash, in par funds. SAMUEL 11. GOVER, Auct'r., *lB I s s 4 Baltimore st. BY "WM. HAMILTON r J TRUSTEE'S SALE.—In pursuance of a JL decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore city, the undersigned, as trustee, will sell at public sale, on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, the 29th day of Septem her, ISSS, at one o'clock. at the Sales Rooms of the Mer chants' Exchange, No. 19 South Gay street— ALL THOSE FOUlt LOTS OF GROUND adjoining the grounds of Mount Hope, which are described as follows, that is to sa\: Beginning for the first of >*' d Lots of Ground on the south side of North avenue, at the distance of four hun dred and twenty-five feet easterly from the southeast in tersection of North avenue and Garden street; thence east erly, bounding on the north side of North avenue, seven teen feet, more or less, to the eastern outline of Mount Hope grounds; thence southerly, on said outline, one hun dred and forty feet, to the north side of an alley twenty feet wide; thence westerly, hounding on said alley, tliir ty four feet, more or less, to intersect a line drawn from the beginning, southerly, or at right angles with North avenue; thence northerly, reversing the last mentioned line, and bounding thereon, one hundred and forty feet, to the beginning. Beginning for the second of said lots, at the intersection of the northwest side of Robert street, and the southwest side of Mason alley; thence northwestwardly, bounding on Mason alley, fifty feet; thence southerly, parallel with Robert street, 148 feet, to Mount Hope ground; thence easterly, bounded on the said outline, 87 feet, more or less, to the northwest side of Robert street; and thence not theasterly, bounding on the northwest side of Robert street, 74 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning. Beginning for the third of said lots, at the intersection of the northwest side of Robert street and the northeast side <r Mason alley; thence northeasterly, hounding on the northeast side of Robert street, 120 feet, to the west side of an alley, whence northwesterly, at right angles with Robert street, J7 feet, more or less, to the south side of an alley 20 feet vide; thence northerly, bounding on the north side of said alley. 151 feet, more or less, to the north j-ideof Mason atiey; and thence southeasterly, bounding ing on the south side of Mason alley, 115 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning. Beginning for the fourth of said Lots of Ground by the southeast side of Robert street and the northeast side of Mason alley: thence northerly, bounding on Robert street, 87 feet, to Mount Hope ground thence southerly, bound ing thereon, 56 feet; thence westerly, still hounding there on. 70 feet, to Mason alley; and thorv.e northerly, about 9 feet, to Robert street. A plat of the above ground can be seen at the office of the Trustee. The above is well situated, and is in immediate demand for building purposes. Terms of sale, as prescribed by the Court, are—Qne-fti#lf the purchase money on the day of sale, and the balance iu four months, the credit payments to he secured by aiie with surety to be approved by the Trustee, bearing inter est lrom the day of sale. P. M'LAUGIILIX, Trustee. sl7-eo&ds WM. HAMILTON, Auctioneer. 4m TRUSTEE'S SALE.—I will, l.y vir Ifijll) toe of a decree of tU r Circuit Court for Baltimore (,'jty, poll, by public auction, at the Exchange Sales Room. No. 19 SOUTH GA Y STREET, on THURSDAY the 7iL day of October, 1858, at 1 o'clock. P. M., ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND, situah-d in the city aforesaid, on the south-side of Raborg street, about .'IOO feet west from Fremont street, having a front of 14 feet, a uniform width, and a depth of 66 feet, subject to a ground rent of S2B per annum, Ihe improve ments thereon consist of a BRICK DWELLING, stories high, designated as No. 150 Raborg street, wjjtb a two-story back building and the usual appurtenances. Terms of Sale—One half cash, and the balance in six months, with interest. L. M. REYNOLDS, Trustee. 16-2aw&ds WM. HAMILTON, Auctioneer. BY A DREOV is; CO. TRUSTEE'S SALE.—Bv virtue of a gyjiij decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore city. the .ifl i i undersigned, as Trustee, will offer for sale at PUB LIC AUCTION, on the premises,on the sth day of October next, at 4 o'clock, P. M.: THE LOT OF GROUND described as follows: Beginning for the same on the south-west corner of Exeter and Hume streets; aud running thence south-westerly, bounding on Hume street eighty feet; thence eastward ly, parallel with Exeter street, twenty feet; thence north-easterly, parallel with Hume street, to Exeter street; thence running and bounding on Exeter street to the beginning. This Lot is improved by a good BRICK DWELLING, and is subject to an annual ground rent of fifty seven dollars. Terms of Sale: One-third cash, one third in four, and the balance in eight months, credit payments to bear u. terest. and to be secured by notes endorsed to the satisfac tion of the Trustee. S. MORRIS COCHRAN, Trustee. se!4-2awts&ds ADRKoN .k Co.. Auctioneers. RATTLE SHOW.—THE ELEVENTH Vy ANNUAL CATTLE SHOW AND AGRICULTUR AL AND HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITION of the MARYLAXD STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY wi I be held at the Show Grounds, on Charles street ex tended, in the city of Baltimore, on the 19th to 22d of OCTOBER, 1858. ttyTlie Premium List, which is on a very extensive scale, is printed, and can be had of the Secretary, at the Society's rooms, 128 Baltimore street. Owners of Live Stock, manufacturers of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY of every kind, from any of the States, have all the privileges of our own citizens on becoming mem bers of the Society, and are respectfully invited to take part in the Show. &TY EED will be furnished gratis to stock and no charge for entrance fees will !>*• made. The Horse Track will he put in good order, and every effort made to render this one of the best Exhibitions that has been held in our Show Ground. OyNo intoxicating liquors will he allowed to be sold on the ground. A suitable Police will be selected to preserve order. Membership Tickets $3, admitting a gentleman and the ladies of his family to the Exhibition; can be had of WILSON M. CARY, Esq., (who has been appointed Agent of the Society to wait on the citizens of Baltimore.) and of his only authorized assistants, or of the General Secretary, at the Society's Rooms. Single Admission Tickets, admitting one person. 25 cts. JOHN MERRYMAN, President. SAYUEL SANDS, General Secretary. sel3 eo4t. DANCING ACADEMY. CHARLES L. SPIES, At his old establishment, corner of Baltimore and Charles streets, will commence on TUESDAY, September 14th. HOURS OK 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, anil 7 till 10 o'clock. &7*The Saloon and adjacent Rooms have been thor oughiy repaired, and will be rented for Ralls, Concerts, Ac., on reasonable terms. au3l-eo3w&d3t DALRYMPLE WILLIAMS, CORNER OF CALVERT AND LEXINGTON ST. Commissioner for the following States: Alabama, IXorth Carolina, Arkansas, 'Ohio, Georgia, (Pennsylvania, Indiaua, South Carolina, lowa, Tennessee, Kentucky, Texas, Massachusetts, Virginia. Mississippi, California. New York. jyl4-W2m* ROBERT LAWSON, Ygpffifr SADDLE, TRUNK, HARNESS, c JLLAR MAXU FA CTURER y WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 294 BALTIMORE STREET, CORNER SHARP. Merchants and Wholesale dealers are invited to call and examine my stock before making purchase#, being pre pared to sell goods as LOW as thev can be purchased in anv 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-6m 101I OI IN SUA.NAM AIS J HAS REMOVED FROM SMOW HILL, Anil commenced the Manufacture or EVERY DESCRIPTION oFTIN & SHEET IRON WARE AT Jfo 15 S. CALVERT STREET, BALTIMORE, Where everv article connected with his business may he found, and which will be disposed of at the lowest prices. SpeciaISPOUTING. orders from the Eastern Shore and elsewhere will receive prompt attention. mr6 ly Jhtblic Salts. ill ÜBIBMOS Ct KKOGDEN BUCHANAN S WHARF. ON TUESDAY, 21st mst., nt II o'clock, at the Auction Store, Buchanan's Wharf— HHDS. P. K. SUGAR; 1/WA HIIDS ,150 BBI.S. CUBA DO., cx "Jno. C. Kef I " " rfcr,'' from St. Jago; O0 MUDS. CUBA MUSCOVADO MOLASSES. ALSO— inn EK; . HT " CAS I<* GENUINE PEI.LEVOISIN 11 M "BRANDY, Pale and Dark colored, entitled to de benture, direct consignment to Mr. ti. S. Old field, from Ro clielle. Will be added— J 00 BBI.S. S. H. SYRUP. Oft OCTS. SUPERIOR SHERRY WINE, --I * Ruhio, warranted pure. 000 REAMS STRAW WRAPPING PAPER. <2O BBI.S. CIDER VINEGAR. 4 BALES MINERAL WATER CORKS. 820 13 LEMMON k BROGDEN, Auct'rs. BY CilliSON A CO. INTENSIVE AND PEREMPTORY* 1 A , , SALE OP MAL.VUT, ROSEWOOD, PLAIN and ORNAMENTED OAK AND WALNUT PARI.OR II \1 I, CHAMBER, LIBRARY and DIN ' INC ROOM FURNITURE, PRINCIPALLY THE M AXL"FAI'TI" RE OP MKACIIAM ,v HEYWoOU No. 10 NORTH CHARLES STREET, Comprising the ENTIRE CONTENTS oi'SKVEX WAREROOMS „ T" CLOSE THE CONCERN. On Tills MORNING, Sept. 20, at 10 o'clock , we will sell without reserve, at the Store, No. 10 North .lil Uie large and valuable FURNITURE STOCK contained in seven Warerooms, now occupied by the senior partner of the late lirin of Mcacham & Hey wood, consisting in part of richly carved aud plain Wal nut Chamber sets; Ornamental, plain and enamelled Cot tage sets; splendid carved Walnut and Oak Ward robes; rich carved Rosewood Bedsteads; Arm Chairs; Etageres; carved anil plain Walnut Parlor Chairs; Tete a-Tetes; So fas; Lounges; Ottomans; Whatnots; Ladies' Work tables; Music Stands; Marble top and plain Centre Tallies; w itli a great variety of other PARLOR AND CHAMBER FURNITURE, ALSO, French Dining, Office, l.ibrary, Sleepy I Follow and Pat ent Reclining Chairs, a great variety. ALSO, A large stock and variety of Extension and other Ta bles; Library Book Cases; Oak and Walnut Chairs; Hall Sets, Hat Racks, etc. ALSO, A stock of Gilt Frame and other LOOKING GLASSES <t HORSE, WAGON AND HARNESS.c;I r. - . /. j U\ l'l"' horse, a very valuable one, may v?e f \ lie seen at Woodward's Stable, —— North street. IRON SAFE. ■ ■Band the entire STORE FIXTURES, including 1 Awning, Iron Frame; Bulk Window; Sashes; car v pet, etc. COUNTING ROOM FURNITURE. Desks; Chairs; Talile: Clock; etc., with a large STOVE and Pipe; Sashes; Lumber, etc. THE LARGE SIGN'S on Charles and Fayette streets. ItTlle store will he open for private sales until the catalogue is issued, which will beon the 18th Terms—Sixty days' credit on purchases of SIOO anil up wards, for approved notes with interest; under that sum cash. Sale positive. * sell ts. _ GIBSON k Co., Auet'rs. BY VIRTUE OF A DF.< TEE OF THE Circuit Court for Baltimore city, passed on the 4th of September, 1858, the undersigned, as Trustee, will offer for sale at the Exchange Salesrooms, on MONDAY, October 11th, at one o'clock IV M., one undivided moiety of the tract of land and improvements called 44Ever dale," situated in the city of Baltimore, containing thirteen and a half acres more or less, which was devised to Mary Johns and Sarah \V. Pottenger by the last will and testa ment of Kensey Johns, bearing date the eighth day of De cember, 1842, and recorded among the records in the Or phan's Court for Baltimore county in Liber D M.IV No. 21 folio 132. This property is situated on the Harford road beyond the Point Lane. Terms of sale as prescribed by decree—one-half of the purchase money cash, the bal ance in six months from the ratification of sale; the credit payment to liear interest from the day of sale, and to be secured by the note or notes of the purchaser or purchas ers, endorsed to the satisfaction of tin* trustee. sll-2aw3w&ds HENRY V. D. JOHNS, Jr., Trustee. GIBSON k CO., A nets. J ousts, £t., for Sale anb scnt. fjjlfl FOR RENT.—WAREHOUSE, No, 'fjjfljj: 27 Hanover street, between German and Lombard streets, at present occupied by S. S. Stevens k Sons. It has a large back building suitable for storage. For terms apyly to EDWD. FARXANDIS, No. 48 Hano ver street, or R. H. MITCHELL, corner of Lombard and South streets. auaeo-tf jpfr FOR SALE OR RENT.—A very fijijl convenient HOUSE, on the north side of MONT MENT STREET, between St. Paul and Calvert, will be put in complete order to please a fashionable family. Possession given by the 12tii of June. Enquire at H. C. DALLAM'S, No. 29 St. Paul Street, J. W. MYERS, my26-cots No 42 N. Howard street. CIOITNTING ROOM FOR RENT on 2d /lloorof Warehouse, 79 Bowly's Wharf, two doors be low the Corn and Flour Exchange. J. F. MILLER k CO., s3 lm 79 Bowly's whan. BDTLDING LOTS. I H)0 FEETBUILD ING FRONT on Jefferson. Wolfe, Fayette, Castle, Chester, Choptank and McElderry streets, of various depth, all high and level ground. For sale or lease Iv GEO. L. HARRISON, au3l-tf 6 O'Donnell's ffharf. AxjjrT'Y LAND FOR SALE.—A t crcs ' one of 375 acres, 390 acres. ::o8 aeres, 123 acres 120 acres, 176' acres. 150 acres, 375 acres, with many others in Maryland and Vir ginia: for particulars enquire of MARTIN GOLDSBOR OUGH, Gen. Agent, No. 42 North Calvert st. P. S.—Also many fine animals of the different breeds of horses, cattle, sheep and bogs. sls-tf HOWARD AND LOMBARD .ST. "'."i ! PROPERTY FOR SALE. BROTHERS ic CO., Bankers, 108 Bal timore street, offer for sale, upon very liberal terms — No. I.—Dwelling-house No. 15 S. Howard st. No. 2.—Dwelling-house No. 17 S. Howard st., corner of Cider Alley. No. 3. —Dwelling-house No. 19 S. Howard st., southwest corner of Cider Alley. No. 4.—Dwelling-house No. 21 S. Howard st. j —Dwelling house No. 23 S. Howard st. No. 8.- -Dwelling bouse No. 164 Lombard st., one door west of Howard, with depth to Cider Alley. No. 7. —D*trying house No. ICO Lombard st., with depth to Cider Alley. No. B.—Unimproved lot of ground on Pratt st., between Scott and Parker sts. This property, being soli* lj close the estate of the late Thomas D. Johnston, Esq., wilLbe offered on liberal terms. A long credit will he granted, and i. portion of the pur chase money may permanently remain a# a lien on the property. For further information, apply at our Banking House. (aul7) JOHNSTON, BROTHERS |g CO. FOR RENT.—House No. Mc Cullougli street. Rent S3OO per year; enquire at '■"" No, 29 North Gay st. aul3 tf OFFICE FOR RENT.—Fine large OF FICE on 2d floor, corner of North and Baltimore sts. Apply at 50 South Gay street. au6 tf lAORRKNT. I'l.. FRONT ROOMS on second lloor of CARROLL HALL, corner of Balti more and Calvert streets. Applv to R. SNOWDEN ANDREWS, j.vl tf No. 8 Carroll Hall. MFOR RENT. —'Jtie I louse No. I>l WEST PRATT STREET, fitted up in e superior style, with fixtures complete as a restau rant and dwelling. Apply to J. CROSBY k SON, je2 tf 15 Bowly's Wharf. FOR SALE.—DWELLING HOUSE Hjiil: AND LOT No. 219 West Lombard street, op|K>site Medical College. L<t 31 feet front and rear, 170 feet deep to an alley; house 25 by altotit ninety feet, including BACK BUILDING, three stories high, with all modern fix tures. Stable in the rear sufficient for five carriages, 5 horses and 8 tons hay. Property in fee. Apply to J. CROSBY A- SON, ; jc2s tf 15 Bowly's Wharf, | TLTO'R SALE OK LEASE.—Two very < ;I _l_ gilde BUILDING LOTS on Madison A venue, between Hoffman and Dolphin streets. For terms, Ac., inquire at the office of DAILY EXCHANGE. ma2s4f FOR SALtE. —House No. 80 McCulloh i| Street—a commodious and well built House, in jierfect re]air and with every inod.-ru convenience. Apply to GEORGE A.WILLIAMS, j.-:; tf Nil. 141 Hofltoan Street. I NOR SALE OR LEASE.—THE LOT OF GROUND, N. W. corner Calhoun and McHenrv streets, 157 fret on Me Henry and 100 feet on Calhoun street. The improving character of that section of the city will recommend it to the attention of those wishing to make a desirable investment. Apply to GEORGE SLATER, ap!s-tf 10 Commerce st. MFOR SALE—The Superior Three Story DWELLING No., 206 North Charles stre:t, beyond Eager. Having a large Three Story BACK BUILDING, with WASH HOUSE and BATH ROOMS, WATF.it and GAS Fixtures complete. The lot is 25 by 150 feet, running back to a 40 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 Eutaw Street, mrlß-tf Opposite B. k >. R. R. Depot. IpOR SALE.—Six and a half acres on Franklin and Oregon streets for $45,000; 30 acres on Gay, John, Hoffman and other streets for $.">0,000; 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 County that will pay ten per cent, on the investment. $80,000; IS acres, half mile from the city, near Charles street, handsome improve ments, $36,000; 478 acres, in Baltimore county, with fine improvements, $30,000 206 acres, five milesbeyond Towson town $20,000;603 acres; at Cockeysville Depot, in lots to suit or will be sold in one tract, for $61,000 450 ai res in Carroll county, with splendidimprovemcnts, including stock, uten sils, Ac., 50,000; 113 acres one and half mile from the city limits, $22,600; 1,070 acres near Perry mans vi lie Depot, $37- 000, and near the same Depot. 442 acres for $7,500; Indian town Plantation 1.600 acres, (1,300 acres in a high state of cultivation,) only 40,000. Also quite a large number of FARMS, in a dozen different counties of Virginia, from SI,OOO to $25,000. Also, large quantities of UN 1 M PR<>YEI) LANDS, from 50 cts. to $3 per acre Farms in different counties or Maryland, at all prices, for sale—city property and stocks in manv cases taken in exchange. IIOi all or ices GROUND RENTS, small and large. Money loaned on Mortgage, in sums over *I,OOO. Apply to fe22-ff JAMES BOYD 26 St. Paul street ff 1 £UTSS ES! TrtUSSKS!! Till T SSES!!! s r RGIC A L INST RUMEN TS AXD CUTLERY J\ UEXERAL, IIETNISCH SHEARS, SCISSORS AND POINTS, KE\ A* n POCKET KNIVES, CAKVEBS AND FORKS, RAZORS if RAZOR STRAPS, TAItLE CUTLER I\ . of the l>est quality, always on hand, and warranted , iy SAMUEL JACKSON, No. 194 Baltimore street. Near St. Paul street, jy3o-d6ra Baltimore. GENTLEMEN'S STYLE OF DRESS ' J HATS, for Kail, 1858, can !• liad in great variety, at ! HUGIIKS k C 0.'5.34.'5.34 Baltimore at. KKI.T MATS of all styles ami <|iialities. CAPS of every description, at tlteii usual low prices. all-Im riio TRAVELERS X OA IT FI ELD BROS. <t CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET, Have on band a great variety of articles, such as f; p,, SIN'O CASES, TRAVELING BAGS, SOAPS ls - FUMERV. RAZORS, TOOTH BRUSHES, KAN , PER MONNOIEB, CIGAR CASES, kc., Ac., all ofS, PORT quality- the best