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JJ ANK NO. I<> BALTIMORE STREET. COLLECTIONS, DISCOUNTS, EXCHANGE, And the General Banking Business promptly transacted on the most liberal terms. slB-tf JOHNSTON BROTHERS & 60. Mu THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY. We respectfully tender our services as BANKERS, EX CHANGE, COLLECTION k STOCK BROKERS, to the business public, assured that our ample control of mouey, established position and business and assiduous attention thereto, enable us to offer inducements unequalled by any other Banking House. JOHNSTON BROTHERS k CO. Rlft-tf Bankers. V^TOCKS. We buy and sell BONDS, STOCKS k SECURITIES ON COMMISSION ONLY, at the Brokers' Boards of this and the Northern markets. Orders promptly executed at best rates. JOHNSTON BROTHERS k CO., Stock Brokers. BANK. EXCITAXG E DEPARTMEXT. Our rates are lower than those of any other house in Baltimore. We are constantly purchasers of Bank notes and drafts. S * s JOHNSTON BROTHERS&CO. JOHNSTON'S BANK. 11)8 BALTIMORE ST. We are constantly diacounting on Collaterals .and buying time paper. slB-tf S HARRIS, 3%, • BASEMENT CHESAPEAKE BANK, NORTH STREET. Buys and sells all the stocks and other securities of this ami other markets on commission. sell tf |Ml O.MAS W.HALL, X STOCK A XI) RILL BROKER, NO. 2 FRANKLIN BUILDING, NORTH STREET, Buys Hn d sells on commission, the STOCKS mid SECURI ' 1 US ot this and other markets; Negotiates Notes Loans, Ac.. Ac. jyl4 3m MCKIM & CO" . BANKERS, BROKERS, AND EXCHANGE DEALERS, COR. BALTIMORE A.XD ST. PAUL STS., Purchase and sell FOREIGN and DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, negotiate Loans and Business Paper, 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 ISRAEL COHEN, STOCK, BILL AND ROTE BROKER, No. 5 NORTH STREET, Buys and sells on commission all the Securities of this and other markets: negotiates Notes. Loans, Ac. [my-t-tf JOHN S GITTINGS. BENJ. H. WILLIAMS JOHN a. GITTINGS & CO., BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS, CORNER SOUTH AND SECOND STREETS, Buy and sell on commission Slocks and Securities of this and other markets. ADVANCES made on Stocks, Notes and other Collat erals; negotiate Time Paper and Stock J.ouns. INTEREST allowed on deposits, and Ranking busines transacted generally. ap9 tf PURVIS & CO.; BANKERS; XO. 208 BALTIMORE STREET, Buy and sell all kinds of UNCURRENT MONEY, TREAS URY NOTES, SIGHT and TIME DRAFTS, make CO LI. EC TIONS on all parts of the United States, and transact all other business pertaining to Private Banking on verv lib eral terms. m2-'eotf MARTIN LEWIS, BILL, NOTE, AND STOCK BROKER, „ XO. 0, SOUTH STREET, UP STAIRS. Gl\ ES HIS SPECIAL AND INDIVIDUAL ATTEN TION, to the negotiation of MERCANTILE PAPER, EFFECTS I.OANS ON STOCKS AND BONDS, AND Burs ANO 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. SULLIVAN,— • STOCK AXD BILL RROKER, BUYS AND SELLS ON COMMISSION ALL THE SE CURITIES OF THIS AND OTHER MARKETS, AND NEGOTIATES BILLS, NOTES AND LOANS. OFFICE, 24 SECOND STREET, mr!7-tf (Corner of TripoleVs alley.) SAMUEL HARRIS & SONS. BANKERS, STOCK, EXCHANGE AND NOTE BROKERS, No. 196 BALTIMORE S T R E E T , COLLECT on all accessible points in the United States and Canadas, promptly ami on favorable terms. BUY and SELL CHECKS and UNCURRENT BANK NOTES, at low rates. NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER and STOCK LOANS, and buy and sell on Commission STOCKS and SECURITIES n Litis and other markets. RECEIVE DEPOSITS in Bankatfte or Uncurrent Funds and transact the Banking ami Exchange Business in every department. mh4 dly ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSUR ANCE COMPANY'S STOCK for sale by SAM'L HARRIS, JR., sel4-tf Basement Chesapeake Bank. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD BONDS, 1880, 1875, and 1885, wanted I>v ■ell if s. HARRIS. JR. PRIME COMMERCIAL PA PER wanted at best rates by ISRAEI, COHEN", jyl-vor No. 5 North street. STERLING EXCHANGE. Ror sale by KNOX k CO., aulS-tf 9 Grocer's Exchange. BA LTIMORE CIT V ti's oi' 1 I s / ■') wanted l>v ISRAEL COHEN, j.v9 tf No. 5 Franklin Bank Buildings, North st. NEW YORK EXCHANGE wanted ..y ~ LAMBERT GITTINGS, je2B-tf 58 Buchanan's Wharf. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD BONDS OK 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, jeStf __ N°. 24 Second Street. DOUBLOONS: 128 PATRIOT DOUBLOONS, for sale by j2-tf .IAS. CORNER k SONS. WESTERN BANK STOCK wanted by P. H. SULLIVAN, my2s-tf No. 24 Second treet. HOWARD BANK STOCK ;<>■• SALE BY P. H. SULLIVAN, m,vl7-tf No. 24 Second Street. CAN T A CL A R A MINING COM r'jINY'S STOCK for sale by P. F. SULLIVAN, ap26-tf No. 24 Second street. MERCHANTS' MU T UAL INSUR ANCE COMPANY'S STOCK. ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY'S STOCK, for sale by P. H. SULLIVAN, ap26-tf No. 24 Second street. i EXCHANGE ON WELLS, PARGO & J CO.. San Francisco CaL, and on P. C. BOMBALIER .& CO., Harana, in sums lo suit, for sa'e iv PEXDERCAST BROS., aplO-tf 77 SmitiCs Wharf, up stairs. MARYLAND STATE ST(K-K. ?O'S and 90 s wanted by JOHN S. GITTINGS At CO., corner South and Second streets. mr'JO-tf. AT NO. 42 North Calvert street, comforta ble Rooms and Board can be had for married or single persons. MARTIN GOLDSBOROUGH, aulO-tf Agent for keepers. KENSEY JOHNS & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF THE SILVER SPRING, FAMILY, EXTRA & SUPER FLOUR Also, keep constantly on hand The I'aiapsco Brand, and lite hest grades of Howard Street and City Hills, Extra and Sitjter, and Rye Flour. Nos. 22 and 24 COMMERCE STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. Successors to DOER & JOHNS. jy2-3m JAMES M/ANDERSLTN I SON. EiMURAVERS, No. 148 Baltimore Street, BANK NOTE, STEEL k COPPER PLATE PRINTING. INVITATION, WEDDING, VISITING Cards, etc., Engraved and Printed in the most fashion able styles. Corporate and Notarial Seals, letter Stamps, etc. London and Paris VisiAng Cards, He La Rue's En velopes, etc. fe22tf FIAESF JAS. 8. BROWNINGT" COACH MAKER, No. 51 NORTH STREET, BALTIMORE, Manufactures to order all kinds of Carriages on the most reasonable terms. HAND CARRIAGES taken at fair prices in ex change for new ones. done at the shortest notice and lowest possi ble prices. jy3l-dtf / VURLETT & SON'S CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, No. 33 NORTH STREET. undersigned having greatly en- their premises and increased their fa cilities, beg leave to call the attention of the public to their extensive stock of every description of CARRIAGES finished in the most elegant style ami durable manner, which they are prepared to sell on accommodating terms. REPAIRS attended to with despatch and at reasonable prj<* s - JOHN CURLETT & SON, jy24-tf 33 North street, Baltimore. CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES!! ™ "Wo have on band at 29 North GAY STREET the largest assortment of FASHIONABLE CARRIAGES south of New i ork, 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, HAIGHT & O'CONNELL, •y Repairing done t the shortest notice. mr22-tf WESTERN PRODUCE. B . T . ELDER, COMMISSION MERCHANT 120 8. Eutaw st., opposite the B 4 O.K R. Depot, hhus. Western Smoked SHOULDERS; 40 tierces Sugar cured Family HAMS; 50 cases u Lewis M. Xo.ton's" Pine Apple CHEESE; 20 hhds. Western Smoked HAMS, in bags: 200 bbls. WHISKEY—OId Rye, Bourbon, &c.; in store or ?ale by (aul9 d&tri tf) B. T. ELDER. ATI^I^cWrEMAFirrKINKETS. CANFIELD, BRO. fc CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET, Have a great variety of articles manufactured out of tne Submarine Telegraph Cable, such as Broaches, Charms, Watch Keys, Letter Stamps, &c. Also, pieces of Cable mounted on brass and silver. sl3 ÜBBER OVERSHOES. ~ Men's Overshoes, I Ladies" Sandals, " Footholds, | " Buskins, " Bootees, | " Slippers, " Long Boots, | " Gaiter Boots, " Long-top Boots, I Long Boots, Fishermen's Boots, | Misses Overshoes, Boys' Overshoes, I " Boots and, Sandals. Also. Table Oil Cloth 9, Umorellas, Suspenders, Hair and Tooth Brushes, for gale to the trade at the lowest prices. E. M. PI'NDfcRSON 4 CO., No. 209 Baltimore street, near Charles street. sls-tf ftmcreiros. .R-XJT!L SEA BATHING . 'IM. A "L OLD POINT COMFORT AND HAifPTON. One of the BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET COMPA NY 'S STEAMERS will leave Union Dock, foot of Concord street, DAILY (Sunday excepted) at 5 o'clock P. M.,for Old Point Comfort and Hampton. Fare there and hack SO. giving the passenger the privi lege to remain the whole season. M. N FALLS, Agent, jell tlO Baltimore Steam Packet Company. SEMMONS k CO.'S CELEBRATED PANTOSCOPIC BRA Z ILL IA X PEBBLE SPECTA CLES. A. GEI>EON, (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, in 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, and 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 mauufaetnred 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 demonstrated by the uuani inous approval of the most celebrated Physicians and Ocu lists of Europe and America. The exjierience Prof. Gedeon has acquired, combined with his perfect knowledge of the Optical Science, enables him to 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 be necessary, without causing any ap parent change, any fatigue or weakness. OFFICE HOURS— From 8 A. M. till ft p. M. N. B. Persons in the country can he supplied by for warding in a letter one of their old glasses. TESTIMONIALS. I have examined the Brazillian Pebble Spectacles manu factured hy Messrs. Semmons & 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. MiLTENBEUER, M.D . Baltimore, Sept, Ist, 1858. I fully concur in the opinion expressed by I)r. Milten berger and take great pleasure in recommending the Bra zilian Pebble glasses to the public. N. R. SMITH, 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. Very truly, yours, TF FRANCIS G. SMITH, M. D. OFFICE OF THE ~ MARYLAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB, D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. DEAN, ADAMS AND DEAN & COLT'S REVOLVERS, small size. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. PURDVS, LANCASTER'S And DEAN. Adams' k Dean's GUNS, imported to order, by D. B. TRIMBLE, au3o tf 200 Baltimore street. SINGLE AND DOUBLE BARBEL DUCK GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore 9treet. ' PHE CELEBRATED Carroil Island Duck JL GUN, by Westly Richards. D. B. TRIMBLE, MSB tf 200 Baltimore street. DOUBLE BARB ELL BIRD GUNS—BY Richards, Man ton, Greener, Moore, and all English makers; for sale by D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. BOYS'" "SINGLE TYNTI DOUBLE BAR BELL BIRD GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. BENCH BREECH-LOADING SHOT GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. F VERY ARTICLE IN TtIE SPORTING J.-JLINE, to be had at THE SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE, D. B.TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. DECOY DUCKS, at Manufacturers' prices 1). B. TRIMBLE, au2S tf 200 Baltimore street. ( 1 BEAT SAVING IN G.\S. VX ,T. H. COOPER'S P ATE XT LEV?. II OAa REGULATOR. Saves from 15 to 35 per cent, of Gas, and prevents all blowing and flaring of the light. JACKSON A CHANDLER, Agents for the State of Maryland, and District of Colum bia, at the office of Messrs. GRATTA-N & EVANS, Gas Fitters and Plumbers, No. 8 North street, Jarvis* Building P. S. Certificates can be had at the office myß-tf WEST & JEVENS, IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS, AND DEALERS IN GAS FIXTURES, Of every Description, No. 206 Baltimore Street, .. BALTIMORE Gat Pipes introduced into p eblic and private buildings tin best manner and on the most pleasing terms, mrll-tf aR COUPLAN I), FASHIONABLE HATS, CAPS, kc No. 40 Baltimore Street. Between FREDERICK and HARRISON STS. _mrfl-ly BALTIMORE. PACA MILLS. GEO. W. WAIT fc SON, Proprietors, WAREHOUSE 72 SOUTH STREET, nave 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 hags and boxes; RICE FLOUR, CURRIE, kc., kc.. ALSO, 300 bags PEPPER; 200 " PIMENTO; 1,000 mats CASSIA; 3,000 lbs. NUTMEGS; 1,000 lbs; MACE; CLOVES in hales; GINGER in hags and barrels; AFRI CAN BIRD PEPPERS,etc. Agents also for the sale of Preston's Boston CHOCO - and COCOA PREPARATIONS, at the lowest HALL & BROTHER, (Successors to Thomas Nash <£• Co.) Curers and Packers of PROVISIONS. FOR HOME K 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, ILate of J. G. Harvey k Co.) 810 tf GEO. D. HALL. JOHN RICHARDS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CAS CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS, BRACKETS, kc., 274 W. BALTIMORE STREET, (up stairs,) Sole Agent for Kidder's Patent Gas Regulators. Gas Pipe introduced by exi>erienced workmen and war ranted. s2O tf WM. TL. EREK A CO.. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO, And Importers of HAVANA, PRINCIPE AND GERMAN SF.GARS, And Manufacturers of Domestic. Also, keep constantly on hand, PIPES of every kind, Snuffs and Smoking Tobacco, Tobacco Knives, kc., at low est market prices. No. 96 LOMRAKD STREET, BALTIMORE Terms to regular customers, 4 months. First Bills in variably cash. slO-tf A PAGE'S MARBLE WORKS, MANTELS, MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES BUILDING WORK, N. CALVERT STREET, NEAR FRANKLIN, jyl9-dly JTST MCCLKLLAN , FASHIONABLE HATTER, No. 343 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR EUTAW Mannfhctnrer and Dealer in n.VTS, CAPS, CHILDREN'S FANCY GOODS, UMBREI, LAS, and all goods usually kept in a first-class sB-3mr Retail Hat Store. }|i w. ROBERTS; rll BOOT MAKER, W" No. 95 LOMBARD ST., BALTIMORE. Every description of Boots ar.d 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 toil - sll-'ir SAMSON CAIIISS & CO., CARVERS k GILDERS. Manufacture LOOKING-GLASS and PICTURE FRAMES, and GILT WORK in every variety, and are dealers in, and manufacturer's agents for PLATE GLASS, for Store and House windows, LOOKING-GLASS PLATES PLATED WARE, TABLE CUTTLERY. FORKS, SPOONS, fcc , with a great variety of ENGRA VINGS, PAINTINGS, and WORKS OF ART, generally. WA. & F. MARBUB4 i, • IMPORTERS, AND MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 48 WEST LOMBARD ST. We invite the attention of the trade to onr large and well assorted stock of German and Domestic CIGARS, which our superior facilities enable us to sell at the lowest figures. Large contracts made by us in Germany during the dull times permit us to hold out extra inducements at present, and the trade will find it their interest to exam ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. slB-tf A SPECULATION.—The Public aie m vited to call at my store to see the latest improve ment in WASHING MACHINES—for which Patent Rights for the States of Delaware, Maryland, and District of Co lumbia, are for sale. ALFRED H. REIP, aul4 tf No 337 Baltimore st. PEN CLEANER" PEN AND PENCIL -l HOLDER AND PAPER WEIGHT K . .... COMBINED. .. >ST CBEFUI ' ARTICLE which no one who writes should be without. Just received and for sale „ - SAM'L E. TURNER, No. 3 South Charles st. THE BALTIMORE COAL COMPA NY'S SOLE AGENTS for this city, arc MESSRS. DOBBIN fc WARFIELD FOR SALE.—One superior SF" 'IJ STW PlANO— very little used. Apply at No. 1/ 1/ M 1/ 1/34 Aisquith street aus dtf STICKNEY FCTCO.," DEALERS IN NAILS, COAL AND IRON, No. 57 Exchange Place, up stairs. fe2s-tf THE DAILY EXCHANGE, SEPTEMBER 21, 1858. (SJmnttion. Mor.vr WASHINGTON COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LATHES.—The WINTER SESSION begins November 3d, 185 S. 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 tin? Institution. Farents 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. GEO. LEWIS STALKY, Principal, Mount Washing ton, Baltimore Co., Maryland., or Rev. Dr. HEINER, Sec ond st., Baltimore. Catalogues can be bad at CUSHINGS & B ULBY'S, Baltimore st. s!5 ly iITYKEHAM SCHOOL—2B2 Madison st. T T Rev'd. Titos. RICHEY M. A.—Rector. Rcv'd. (J. F. MORISo.V, (late principal of Rugby Acad cmy, Washington, 1). C.) Principal. T. LESKIK, 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 he comprehensive, including the Modern Languages.— Terms of instruction moderate. For further particulars enquire of the above. Circulars containing all necessary information, will he issued in a few days, and may be hail at WATERS' Bookstore. aa2B dtf UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND.— SCHOOL OK LETTERS.—The exercises of the AC ADEMIC DEPARTMENT will be resumed on MONDAY, the 13th of SEPTEMBER. For information or matricula tion, apply at No. 32 Mulberry street. Rcv'd. E A. DALRYMPLE, D. P., au2o tu thu&sat sw* President. HALL OF ST. .IOFIN." XO. 271 MA UISOX A VEXUE. (SECOND DOOR ABOVE HOFFMAN 8T ) RECTOR: BENJAMIN I!. GRISWOLD, A. M. This is a Protestant Episcopal School for a limited num ber of Boys. French Classes under M. DES 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 STORE, and at the Episcopal reading room. au7-dtf rr? 1 i E COLLEGE (> K ST. JA M ES~ -L MARYLAND.—The next ANNUAL SESSION begins on WEIIXESDAY, September 29th. 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 arc 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. James I'ostoffice, Maryland. jyS tf BOGUS, COTTMAN &~CD.! Nos. 44 and 46 LOMBARD STREET, OPPOSITE PUBLIC BTORES, BALTIMORE. IMPORTERS OF WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, SEGARS, &c. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN DOMESTIC II IQU O R S.CORDI AL S, AC. Cognac & Rochelle Brandies,JOld Rye Whiskey, of difler ,T .. , Paleand Dark. ent qualities Holland Gin. German Tonic Bitters. Jamaica k Santa Cruz Rum. Reach, 1 Scotch and Irish Whiskey. Cherry, Madeira, Sherry, Port Ids-'Lavender, I „ ~ lon, Malaga, Champagne-Raspberry, f Brandies, and Claret Wines. Blackberry, I Havana k Principe Segars. Ginger, ) jy29-tf Cordials, various qualities. R.I . B A K ER, m IMPORTER AXt) MANUFACTURER OF DYE-WOODS, AND DEALER IN DYE-STUFFS, CHEMICALS, ACIDS, SAL-SODA, SODA-ASH, BLEACHING POWDERS, GLUE, EMERY, Ac Used l.y Woolen, Cotton, Paper, Hat and Soap"' and Candle Mamuaclurers, Tanners, Morocco Dressers, Ma chinists anu Dyers, No. 3d SOUTH CHARLES STREET, ap2l tf Baltimore 8 A EES.- ID Ulli EH AND KI IT E I'HOOK —LILLIE'S PATENT CHILLED IRON, WITH COM BIN ATICN BANK LOCK.—The only reliable safe for sale in this cit.v. All other fire-proof Safes are made of sheet iron. A fair price will be allowed for them in exchange C. S. WII.LETT, Jy" 192 Baltimore street. Si] GENTLEMEN'S fMI FASHIONABLE BOOT AND 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. sS ly S OH LOSS & HllO„ MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 19 LIGHT STREET, (Below the Fountain Hotel,) Baltimore. By keeping constantly on hand a full assortment or CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VE3TINGS, they are ena bled to furnish suits at prices that cannot fail to please. Orders filled at the shortest notice. apl.3-tf J A. DUSHANE, • COMMISSION PAPER DEALER, Wo. 40 S. CHARLES STREET, NEAR LOMBARD, BALTIMORE, MD., Has just received anil now olfers for sale a large and well assorted stock of Writing. Printing, Book and Wrapping Papers; Binder's, Trunk. Straw, Bonnet Boards, Ac. Hav ing been appointed agent by Thaddeus Davids A Co. for the sale of their unrivalled Mucilage Ink, Sealing Wax, Black Sand, Ac., be is prepared to furnish then) at the manufacturers prices. Attention is respectfully solicited to his stock generally. Paper of every description made to order at short notice. au3ltf REMOVAL; B . T . F, L D ER , PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT, REMOVED from No. 81 Smith's Wharf, to NO. 120 SOUTH EUTAW STREET, Opposite Camden Station of the B. FC O. R. R. j: VFKFTT'S SUPERIOR - ENGLISH J.. ABLACKING.—A fresh invoice of Everett's superior iquid BLACKING, just landing ex-May Queen, from Lon don. For sale in quantities to suit purchasers. P. TIER- S'AN & SON, Importers, 12 N. Charles st. sls tf AUKNCY OP THE HAZARD POW DER CO. —The undersigned having a large and com plete assortment of sporting, shipping, mining, and blast ing POWDER, in their magazine, are prepared to execute all orders for this justly celebrated Powder, at manufac turer's prices. 1). J. FOLEY & BRO., Agents, au 16-dtf 50 South street FFE._ REMOVAL! eSS)! DR. GEORGE E. DONALDSON, Tl 9 (M U.C.V.S., London.) YE TER IN A R Y SUR GE ON, Has removed to FAYETTE ST., BETWEEN NORTH AND CALVERT. TITK 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. Pistemper, Chronic Cough, &c., &c., and Veterinary Medicines of every description, warranted genuine, and jtroperly 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.—PR. DONALDSON can also be consulted by let ter, enclosing one dollar , upon all diseases connected with his profession , when the proper mode of treatment and the proper medicine to that amount will he immediately for warded. State the symptoms clearly and carefidly, and how the medicine is to he sent—as Liquids cannot be transmitted through the Post. au2o tf CIOLLECTIO N A 61NCY. J J. D. PRATT 4 CO., Are prepared to receive and transmit CLAIMS FOR COL LECTION in any city or county in the l T nited States or British Provinces. Being in uircct and frequent corres pondence with reliable Attorneys inevery city and county, our facilities for effecting speedy and prompt COLLEC TIONS aresuch as will give entire satisfaction. OFFICE OF TIIE MERCANTILE AGENCY, corner Baltimore and South Charles streets. mr6-tf GUNS! GUNS!! GUNS!!! Double and single barrel GUNS, RIFLES v and PISTOLS, in the greatest variety.— W AIso—POWDER FLASKS, SHOT POUCH ES and BELTS, GAME BAGS, CAPS, WADS. CARTRIDGS, POWDER, SHOT, BALL, and all SPORTING GOODS. Those in want of a GOOD GUN, or any other article in the line, are respectfully 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 States. tijT GUNS REPAIRED in the ln?st manner. ALEXANDER McCOMAS, No. 51 S. Calvert street. N. B.—No connection with any other house. slfi 3w rfIRUSSESI TRUSSES! TRUSSES!!! X SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND CUTLERY JN GENERAL, HEINIBCH SHEARS, SCISSORS AND POINTS, PEN A!"D POCKET KNIVES, CARVERS AND FORKS. RAZORS it RAZOR STRAPS, TABLE CUTLERY, Ac., of the best quality, alvavs on hand, and warranted by SAMUEL JACKSON, No. 194 Baltimore street, Near St. Paul street, jy3o-dfim Baltimore. CTENTLEMEN S STYLE OF DRESS THATS, for Fall, ISSB, can be had in great varietv, at HUGHES & C 0.'8,34 Baltimore st. FELT HATS of all styles and qualities. CAPS of every description, at theii usual low prices. Rll-lm nno TRAVELERS. X CAN FIELD BROS, tt CO., 299 BALTIMORE STREET, nave on hand a great varietv of articles, such as'DRES SING CASES, TRAVELING BAGS, SOAPS, PER FUMERY, RAZORS. TOOTH BRUSHES, FANS, PORT MONNOIF.S, CIGAR CASES, 4c., 4c., all of the best quality. I WARD L. PALMER, A WHOLESALE DEALER IN FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, 40 ~ No. 4 BOIYLY'S WHARF. BALTIMORE, MD. CONSTANT! U ON HAND, ALMONDS, WALNUTS, FILBERTS. PALM NUTS. GROUND NUTS. RAISINS, CITRON, PRUNES, FIGS, DATES, CURRANTS, ORANGES, LEMONS, ROCK CANDY, OLIVE AND BORDEAUX OIL, GINGER, MACCARONI, FRENCH MUSTARD, FIRE CRACKERS, SARDINES, 4c., Which he offers to the trade at the lowest market rates. au3-tf ATLANTIC GABLE CANES, CANFIELD, BRO., & CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET. Will receive on MONDAY, 13th instant, an invoice of WALKING CANKS, made from the Atlantic Telegraph Submarine Cable, neatly mounted on silver. For sale the trade or at retail. TACUH TABLER, ♦J MERCHANT TAILOR, AND FURNI SUI N<3 1 e'T'T ABLIS HM E NT, No. 9 NORTH RUT AW STREET, OPPOSITE F.RTAW HOUSE. ITe has on hand a choice stock of CLOTHS, CASST MKRES,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 TABLFR, Late of the house of Shipley, Howard &Co., No. 303 Bal timore street. sB-ly 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 he a desirable oma mint for the table. Apply to ALFRED H. REIP, At the Housekeepers' Emporium, jy3l-dtf 337 Baltimore street. tA I IAEING DISHES, COFFEE URNS /and BLOCK TIN articles of every description, man ufactured and for sale, wholesale and retail, at very low rates, by CORTLAN 4 CO., No. 2i Baltimore street. sl-tf BREIDENBACH'S LONDON SOAPS, CAN FIELD BROTHER 4 CO., 229 BALTIMORE STREET, Have on hand Breldenbach's genuine Lettuce, Camphor, Moss Rose, Violet, Old White Windsor, and Queen's Soap Wholesale and retail. jy!3 tf , Insurance Cumpnics. I 1 1 REM EN'S INSURANCE COM RAN Y. JOHN REESE, President. 11. P. DUIIURST, Secretary. Corner of South and Second streets. ap6-tf DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY IN SURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania 1835. MARINE INSURANCE, ' On Vessels, Cargo, Freights, to ail parts of the World. IN I. A X D INSU RA X C ES, On Goods by Rivers, Canals. Lakes and land Carriages to all parts of the I'nion. FIRIO INSURANCES, On Merchandise generally, (in Stores, Dwelling Hou ses, ate. 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, and is instructed to give notice to all persons ill this city who desire to place risks with said Company, that their applications for Insurance must he made at their agency in Baltimore. HENRY A. DIDIER, J e '-l tf Commercial Building, Gay street. HOWARD FHIE INSURANCE COT OF BALTIMORE. INSURES Dwellings, Furniture, Warehouses, Goods on storage, and Merchandise generally, against loss or damage by fire Also Vessels and Cargoes in port. Office—S. E. corner of HOWARD AND CLAY STREETS The Directors meet daily to answer applications. ANDREW REESE, President. DIRECTORS. JAS. M. POUDER, ('HAS HOFFMAN, CHAS. W. GEORGE, HENRY .1. WERDEBAUGH, " m. ORTWINE. AUGUSTUS SIIKIVEK, SAML. R. SMITH, M. BENZINOEK, AARON FENTON, WM. G. POWER, GEO. P. THOMAS, ELISHA H. PERKINS, _ . GEORGE HARLAN WILLIAMS, ap29-tf Secretary. IV QU IT AB L E Fl HE INSURANCE SOCIETY. CHARTER i'ERF'ETUAL. OFFICR, 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 Beneffcial 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, anil on the expiration of policies, they are enti tled to receive a cash dividend of twenty-eight per cent Thepuldic are respectfully invited to call at the office, No. 19 SOUTH STREET, where the principles on which the Society insure will be fully explained DIRECTORS: THOMAS KELSO, BENJAMIN DEFOED WILLIAM KENNEDY, SAMUEI. Kirby, HENRY RIEMAN, MICHAEL WARNER JAMES FRAZIER. DANIEL I)AIL, CHARLES R. CARROLL, ROBERT A. DOBBIN, AUSTIN JENKINS, DANIEL WARFIELD. FRANCIS A. CROOK, Treasurer. • HUGH B. JONES. Secretary. fc24 ly* T HE GREAT WESTERN FMARINE) X INSURANCE COMPANY . „ . OF NE W YORK. Authorized Capital $5,000,000 Cash Capital (alreadypaid in) 1.000.000 Surplus Fund (represented by scrip) 560,000 Assetts Jan. 1,1858 2,276,000 This Company combines the advantages of the mixed plan (so long and profitably practiced by the best Life In surance Companies in Europe) blending the desirable se curity of a large Cash Capital , with a liberal return of the profits to its customers. All Marine and inland risks insured on most favorable terras. RICH'D LATHERS, Prest. JNO. A. PARKER, Ist V. Prest DOUGLAS ROBINSON, Sec'.v. J. F. Cox, 2d do. COLIN MACKENZIE, Agent in Baltimore, fe23-tf Office Commercial Buildings. 1?IRE INSURANCE AGENCY. GEORGE B. COALE, COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, GAY STREET, AGENT WITH PULL POWERS FOR THE HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Cash Capital $500,1X10 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. BA LTI MOBE LI F E l NSURANCE COMPANY. No-15 SOUTH STREET, INCORPORATED IN 1830— Charter Perpetual. JOHN I. DONALDSON, President. HDHIS 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 lias 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 ly IJMRE AND LIKE INSURANCE OFFICE, NO. 63 SECOND STREET, BALTIMORI. JOHN G. PROUD & SONS, Representing Companies of the highest standing, with large Cash Capitals. Policies issued, and Losses paid at the Agency. jETNA INSURANCE CO., of Hartford, Conn. $1,500,000 PFHENIX 44 44 " " 350,000 SPRINGFIELD " Springfield, Mass. 375,000 fe22-tf ASSOC! A TEI) FIR EME N\s I NSUR. A NCR 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 GETTV, Mechanical, J. C. WHESVKN. Columbian GEORGE HARM AN, Union, J. TRUST, First Baltimore. ' NOAH WALKER, Friendship, FRANCIS BURNS, United, J. T. FARLOW, Deptford, JAMES YOUNG, Franklin, ALLEN PAINE, Liberty, J. PEASON, JR Washington, SAMUEL KIRK, Indejtendent, LANCASTER OULD, Patapsco, R. C. MASON, Vigilant , F. A. MILLER, Howard, WM. A. HACK, Hew Market, JAS. A. BRUCE, Watchman, JAS. B. GEORGE, SR., Pioneer Jos. C. BOYD, Lafayette Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 ft-22 tf. JOHN DTK EI I. \ RT, Secretary. MARINE AND INLAND INSURANCE. THE SUN MUTAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, Insures Marine and Inland Navigation Risks, on terms as favorable as those of any other Company. All persons tak ing Policies from this Company are entitled to a share of the profits, without incurring any liability, beyond the amount of Premium. The assets of the Company, liable for the payment of losses, are over $2,000,000. A. B. NEILSON, Press't. A. SEATON, V. Pres't J. WHITEHEAD, Sec. C. OLIVER O'DONNELL, Agent in Baltimore. fe22 ly. ;,1 EXCHANGE PLAOI. NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY OF BALTIMORE. Incorporated by the STATE OF MARYLAND, 1849. OFPICE NO. 13 SOUTH STREET. TOE COMPANY INSURES EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY IN THE CITY OR COUNTY, AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE T,. BY FIRE - The Directors meet daily to determine upon applications for INSURANCE. JOHN B. SEIDENSTRICKER, President, BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Allen A. Chapman, /William Woodward, Henry M. Bash, .George Bartlett, Wm. Heald, < Adam Den mead, John W. Ross, Joseph W. Jenkins, Edward J. Church, Thomas M. Sullivan, Job Smith, , George Small. * JOHN R. MAGRUDER, fe26 tf Secretary. MALTBY HOUSE! Having disposed of my entire interest in the MALTBY HOUSE, I would most cheerfully recommend to my friends and patrons, my successor, Mr. L. IT.l T . 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 deportment, and well quali fled 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 Hoarding. 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 dim L. U. MALTBY. npREAsUREIUS OFFICE; BALTI- X MORF. & OHIO KAII.ROAD COMPANY, SKPTKM BEE 8, 1858.—The Board of Directors at their meeting this day, passed the followiug resolution, vis: 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, 1554, 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 tuat he be further instructed to advertise that if application be 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 CO.,—BOOKSELLERS! PUBLISHERS, PRIXTERS, AND STATIONERS. MARBLE BUILDING, 182 BALTIMORE ST. s7-tf BALTIMORE. PRIME SHERRY.—I have receivd an in voice of fine SHERRY, the best imported from the es tate of Widow Harmony, and well worth the attention of gentlemen wanting asu|erior Sherry Wine. For sale by GEO. IIOLLINS, corner Fayette and Charles sts. BT. HYNSONT • UPHOLSTERER, TAPER HANGER, AND VEXE TIA XPL IXD MA XUFA CTURER, No 52 NORTH HOWARD ST., ONF. DOOR ABOVE LEXINGTON, BALTIMORE PAPER HANGINGS. VENETIAN BLINDS. Constantly in store, for Keeps on hand, ami manu sale, PAPER HANGINGS of factures to order, VENETIAN every description, and of the BLINDS of all colors, sizes latest and most approved ami qualities, which will patterns. Also, Borders, Fir compare favorably with any Board Prints, Ac. (offered to the public. Hanging done in the best sty'e. Old Blinds Repainted and Trimmed, or Exchanged. s9 ly J" OSHUA ROBINSON, (BECCEBSOR TO ROBINSON A KREMRR,) WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN TIX AXD SHEET IRON WARES, BLOCK TIN, BRITANNIA METAL, BATHING APPARATUS WATER COOLERS, FILTERERS, .VC. NO. 333 W. BALTIMORE STREET, (First Tin Store above Howard street,) BALTIMORI. Always on hand a large assortment of Hall's Patent Condensing and "Old Dominion" Coffee Pots. Also. Pat- St*-;sk Broilers. jy7-3m. PRESERVING KETTLES,—BeII M.im! and English Enamelled PRESERVING KETTLES, of every size, and guaranteed of the very lest quality, re cently imported, and for sale, wholesale anil retail, very low. C'ORTLAN k CO., Imi>orters of Foreign, Fancy and Staple Goods, au2o tf No. 216 Baltimore st. IT-* ~ HENRY ENGLISH. BRASS FAUCET MAKER, By AND DEALER lit LEAD PII'E, SHEET I.F.AD, BLOCK TIN, SHEET ZINC, kc. No. 119 FRONT STREET, AND s7-6m 138 FATETTE STREET, BALTIMORE. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE AT 26 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at this Office. apfiO-tt £)RN (LSODDS, SEPTEMBER l:iin. FALL OPENING OF RICH AND BEAUTIFUL DRY GOODS. Comprising all the newest anil most attractive styles In SILK ROBES, A TABLEAU ROBES, A I.EZ; ROBES, A DOUBLE JDPE; SILKS, liy the yard in great variety, i,.,... .... Also, a complete assortment of PRINTED MERINOS; DELAINES; POPLINS; MERINO PLAIDS; LACES AND EMBROIDERIES; POILE DE CIIEVRES; SHAWLS; itli a complete stock of MOURNING GOODS; To which we will be adding ail the novelties of the season. V ~~7' },!:!!£>' ilnil we " sele cted stock of Housekeeping e'l iT.r. * GOODS. Also, a full assortiuent of LLoTHi> and CASSIMKKEB, for Men s and Buy's wear *l3 WROTH FULI.EUTON, So Baltimore st HOSIERY. AMOS I.OVEJOY & CO., 19 5 BALTIMORE STREET, tro 6 fS?S, v .VS£ ,arK V assor <™eiit of FALL AND WIN r.K ll<>MbK\ , such ;is Blinker Knit Shirts anil Draw ers Hose, Ac. 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 Madding, Yarns, Douglass A Sherwood's Steel Skirts, Knitting Cottons, Ac., Ac., wholesale A Retail at 195 Bal timore street between Light and Charles, Baltimore, Mary land. s2 tf §oaks anil Stationery BOOKS AND STATIONERY. CUSHINGS A BAILEY, T3OOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, 262 BALTIMORE STREET. Offer for sale at low prices the largest and most complete assortment of LAW, MEDICAL, CLASSICAL Ann MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY be found in the city. They respectfully invite an examination of their Stock. Orders attended to promptly. fe'22 tf BLANK BOOK. PAPER AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, SAMUEL E TURNER, HNO. 3 SOUTH CHARLES STREET AS ON HAND A VERY SUPERIOR assortment of PAPER, STATIONERY and BLANK IiOOKS - Among his stock will be found \\ RITING and LETTER PAPERS, both domestic and foruign, of all the most approved manufacturers. NOTE PAPERS—RuIed and Plain, in very great va riety. ENVELOPES of all kinds. STATION ERY of every description, for office and private use, viz:—STEEL PENS, PEN HOLDERS, SEALING WAX, WAFERS, LEAD and SLATE PENCILS. INK STANDS. &c., &c. , ™iVr W l itinK and Copying, of all the best makers, LETTER COPYING PRESSES, PORTFOLIOS, PORTE MONNAIES, &c.,tc. Also, a large assortment of WRAPPING PAPER PLAYING CARDS, PRINTERS' do., &c., &c., alfatlow prices. COUNTRY MERCHANTS will do well to call. fe22-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 eriibraces— BLACK DIAMOND, .SHORT MOUNTAIN LOCUST GAP, TREVORTOX, ' COAL MOUNTAIN. LEHIGH, LYKENS VALLEY, [BROAD MOUNTAIN, LORBERRY, JCUMBERLANI) COAL. IN e have on hand and will he constantly receiving, "(.ray's superior \\ hite Ash COAL, from the region of the Bait. Co's. Mines, anil which we warrant equal to the Bait. Co's. Coal, or any other in market, in every respect. The best quality of Coal for Furnace $5.25 per ton of 2,240 Ills. Cooking Coal at $5 per ton of 2,240 lbs. Cumberland Coal for sale by the car load, cargo or single ton, at lowest rates. Orders through the P. O. attended to. aul6 C^OAL! J COAL! COAL AT FIVE DOLLARS PER T0N—2,240 pounds! Superior quality of White, Red, and Grey Ash COAL. MA-Delivered free of charge in any part of the city, at $o iter t0n—2,240 pounds. JOHN G. McCULLOUGH, Coal and Wood Dealer. Office—N W. corner Pratt and Fremont streets. " N. W. corner Park and Fayette streets. Wharf—foot Eutaw street. KINDLING WOOD \ KINDLING WOOD ! 1 am now preparing on my wharf, by steam power, SAWED AND SPLIT OAK AND PINE WOOD, which 1 will sell and deliver free of charge at TEN PER CENT, less than any dealer in the city. JOHN G. McCUI.I.OUGH, Office—Pratt and Fremont streets. " ' Park and Fayette streets. WOOD! WOODT OAK AND PINE WOOD without heing sawed and split, for sale at prices as low as can !>e purchased at Light street, or other wharves in the city. JOHN G. McCULLOUGH. Office—Pratt and Fremont streets. " Park ami Fayette fire. ts. nulO tf (CUMBERLAND COAL. J By cargo or car-load, at the lowest market price, by STEPHEN S. LEE, aulO A 50 South (Jay st. no A L AGE N C und(7- V rw l^n^ (i having been appointed AGENT for the sale of the "BOSTON COAL COMPANY'S" COAL is now pre pared to this superior L'OA 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 citv. The Mine is situated in Wyoming Valley near VVilkes barre, Pa. The COAL is "PURE WHITE 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 the best COAL they have ever burned. It is guaranteed to be f*ee from bone anil 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 4 4 BOSTON COALCO.'S" Mine, purchasers will run no risk of getting an inferior or mixed Coal. I am 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 he attended to promptly and carefully. THOS. R. BASS FORD, au7-3mos No. 8# South street. COAL! COAL!! CO ALU! A. ROBINS, J WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ANTHRACITE AND CUMBERLAND COAL, OFFICE, Xo. 7 SUX IROX BUILD IXC, BALTIMORE. YARD— CORXER EDEX AXD LOMBARD STS. 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 for cooking purposes and stoves of light draft. For sale, do liver&ble 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 NORTH near PLEASANT STREET, and examine for themselves. HUDSON k O'LEARY, 78 North street, Baltimore. (A OAL! COAL!! COAL!!! y The undersigned, ap]>ointed Agents of the BOSTON COAL COMPANY, situate in the Wyoming Valley, near Wilksbarre, 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 be pleased to have purchasers examine and test. They are authorized to guarantee the quality of the Coal to give satisfaction, us also to he free of hone and slate. HALL k LONEY, jyß-3m 5H Buchanan's wharf. OA L . J CUMBERLAND COAL of the best quality, from the American Company's and other mines in the George's Creek Valley, constantly for sale by the cargo or car load. STICKNEY & CO., ap24-tf Exchange Place. CHAS. FORSTIR, JR. WM. B. SLACK. COAL. FORSTER h SLACK, SHIPPERS AND DF.ALERS 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 purposes. Baltimore Company, Sunbury, Locust Gap and Lorberry White Ash, Ly ken's Valley and Short Mountain Red Ash, for familyuse. Cumherlaud Coal for manufacturing and do mestic purposes. UPPER YARD, —Howard Street, oppo site Centre. LOWER YARD.—Corner Albemarle and Alice Anna Streets M>22 tf. WINDOW GLASS! PAINTS, & C . BAKER BROTHERS k CO., Xos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, Importers of French and Manufacturers of Baltimore WIXDOW GLASS. DRUGGISTS' GLASS WARE, VIALS. BOTTLES, JARS, FLASKS, ETC. IMPORTERS AND AGENTS Foil THE BALE OF Alum, Roll Brimstone, Copi>eras, 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; FDR 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 excelled. G EoRG E & JEN KINS, No. 3 Commerce street. We refer to the following parties who have been using it: G. H. Reese & Bros., W. k IT. Spilcker, A. A: W. Denmead 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-d6mo MARYLAND LIGHTNING ROD COMPANY. E. F. I.UPTON'S ENAMELED LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS, WITH SCREW INSULATORS, Sold Wholesale and Retail at his Desk, No. 3 MECHANICS' EXCHANGE, SUN IRON BUILDING, BALTIMORE. Copper and Enameled Roils constructed on Ships, Dwell ings and Puhlic Buildings, in the safest and hi st manner. Also for sale, Lfghtni. „ Roil Points, Glass Insulators and Trimmings, for putting up roils. ALL ORDERS FROM TOWN OR COUNTRY, DI RECTED TO HIM, WILL BE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. _ _ jy27 tf POCKET FRUIT KNIVES, WITH SIL VER BLADE, just received, together with a large va riety of fine Steel Bladed Pocket Knives, of the best pat terns. For sale, wholesale and retail, by CORTLAN k CO., Importers and Dealers in au'JO tf Table Cutlery, Plated Goods, kc. SHINGLES! SHINGLES ! — Wo have just received a further supply of low priced SHIN GLES, suitable for covering Barns and Out-liouses; apply at 132 Light st. Wharf, or corner of Eutaw and German streets. (slfi-tf) BURNS & SLOAN. public Sales. •ivriwmos UKOUDEK BUCHANAN S WHARF. ()N n . ESDAY, lilst inst., at II o'clock, ! HHM!rK n S S U t?rAß;"C,,,,nan''!Wharf | I(V)Mr CUUA D0 ' cx "Jno.C. Kef -30 HIlDs. CI BA Ml SCOVADI) MOLASSES ALSO— inn EI HTH CASKS GENUINE VEI.I.EVOIsiv MM /BRANDY, Pale anil 1 .ark colored, rnlitwY ! Lent ure, direct consignmrnt to Mr. G. S. OldtieUl, f roln n ' I cliclle. Will be added— JQQ BBLS. S. H. SYItCP. OR OCTS. SUPEKIOR SHERRY WINE, *e* ' Rubio, warranted pure. t|| || ) REAMS STRAW WRAPPING PAPER. •20 BBLS. GIBER VINEGAR. 4 BALES MINERAL WATER CORKS. Will lie added— -240 BAGS STAINED RIO COFFEE. AO CASKS RICE. 3 -° ts I.EMMON k BROGDEN, Anct'rS." BY GIBSON cu. m TRUSTEK'S~SALE._By virtu.- of Mlijl an order of Court passed in relation to estates or In ••"•'vent Debtors, the undersigned as trustee will sell on SATURDAY, the second day of October, at the hour of 5 o'clock P. M., at the Relay House, or Washing ton Junction of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad— A LOT OF GROUND, containing about ONE ACRE of land, being part of a tract called the F'orest, or Taylor's Forest, situate 111 Baltimore county, near the Old Forge Road, leading from the Old Rolling Road to the Avalou Works about three fourths of a mile distant from Avalon and adjoins the lands of .lohn Chandler Smith. There is men's °" 1 l "' emi,es - hut uo Cher improve Terms of sale—One half cash 011 day of sale, and the balance in six months, with interest, or one-half in six and balance in twelvemonths, with interest, with security to be approved by the trustee. „ „ „ ~ GEO. H. WILLIAMS, Trustee. s7-2aw3w&ds GIBSON k Co., Auetionc-ers. BY SAMI„. 11. COVER. TRUSTEE'S SALE.—By virtue of BUIL* decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore citv. the undersigned Trustee, will oifer at public sale at the Exchange sale rooms, in this city, on WF.DNESDAY the 29th day of September, 1858, at one o'clock I'. M. ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND in Baltimore city, at the northwest corner of Lee and Charles streets, fronting twenty-two feet on Lee street, with depth of eighty feet on Charles street, to a three feet alley, improved by a large and valuable three-story BRICK DWELLING w'itli three story brick back building. Terms of sale—one-third cash; and the balance in six and twelve months, witli interest and security „ . T. PARKIN SCOTT, Trustee, 88 3taiyts s. H. GIIVEIi. Auct'r. BY CANNON & MA'ITUEWS. r| TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HOUSEHOLD -1- FURNITURE, ETC. In pursuance of a general order of the Court of Common I leas, in relation to insolvent debtors, and by order of the Trustee, we will sell at our Auction Booms. South Charles street, on Till RS BAY MORN INC, September 30th, at 10 o clock, A. M., a large and general assortment of House hold Furniture, consisting in part of Mahogany Parlor Chairs, Mahogany Rocking Chairs and Sofas, Wardrobes, Bureaus, W ashstands, Chamber Matting and Carpets, Mirrors, one Clock, Sideboard, one Alabaster Stand, Bed steads, and a general variety of Dining Room and Kitchen Furniture. Terms cash. JOHN* T. MORRIS, Trustee. , CANNON' k MATTHEWS, Bel4-2aw2wAdls Auctioneers. iiLLL BV WILJLIAI4 HAMILTON. fgwv TRUSTEE'S SALE.—I WILL, IN it! 11l pursuance of a general order of the Court of Com moil Picas, in reference to the estates of insolvent debtors, sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Exchange Bales Boom, No. 19 South Gay street, on THURSDAY, Septem ber 30, 1858. at 1 o'clock, I'. M , ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND, situated in the city of Baltimore, and described as follows, viz: Beginning there for on the west side of Hanover street 00 feet north of Hen rietta street, thence running north on Hanover street 15 feet, thence extending west, of uniform width, 100 feet to Butler street, subject to an annual ground rent of :13 75 ALSO, ANOTHER LOT OF'GROUND adjoining that above de scribed, on the north, having a front on Butler street of 10 Teet, a uniform width, and binding on the last mention ed lot a depth of 85 feet, subject to an annual ground rent of sls. Likewise the ground used as a side alley to the dwelling presently mentioned. The improvements con sistof A THREE-STORY BRICK DWELT ING. with a two-story back building on Hanover street, and a large carpenter's shop on Butler street. Terms of sale one-third cash, one-third in six, and one third in twelvemonths, with interest on credit pavinents L. M. REYNOLDS, Trustee. 80eote M M. HAMILTON*. Auctioneer. BY SAMUEL II COVER. VERY HANDSOME FURNITURE OF A GENTLEMAN DECLINING HOUSEKEEPING —Will 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 AH 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 Pier Taldes; 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 lier and Tea Sets; Glassware, with a number of articles of Parlor Furniture not enumerated. CHAMBER FTRNITURE. Handsome high post mahogany Bedstead, with Canopy; three walnut and mahogany marble top Dresssing Bit reams; enclosed marble-top Washstand; walnut Wardrobe; Cottage Bedstead; Feather Beds; Bolsters and Pillows; Hnirand Husk Mattresses; Chamber Carpet; Chamber Chairs, etc. ALSO, A large collection of Kitchen Furniture and Cooking Utensils, etc. All of which will be sold without reserve. Terms cash, in par funds. SAMUEL 11. COVER, Auct'r., slB-ts 84 Raltiinore st. | ORPHANS' COURT SALE.—Un- Hjlill derail older of the Orphans' Court for Baltimore city, the undersigned will offer at public sale, at the Exchange Sales Rooms, 19 South Gay street, in this city, on THURSDAY, the 30th day ol September, at one o'clock P. M.— ALL THAT VERY VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND at the northeast corner of Exchange Place and South St., fronting twenty-four feet on Exchange Place, and twenty feet on South st. Improved by a good three story BRICK HOUSE. Subject to an annual ground rent of'sixty-six dollars and sixty-seven cents. I his is one of the most desirable locations for any busi ness purpose in this city. Title indisputable. Refer to T. Parkin Scott, Esq. Terms—One-third cash, one third in six months, and one-third in twelve months, with interest and security. EMILY DUGAN, Adm'x. sIS eo&ds SAMUEL H. COVER, Auct'r. BY" VIRTUE OF A DEED EXECUTED by the Federal Hill Steam F'erry Company to the un dersigned, as Trustee, the following described property will be offered at PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, September 22d, at 4 o'clock— 1. The low pressure side wheel STEAM lL. aocBCT FERRY BOAT CITY BLOCK, built in the year 18;>5, by Mr. .lohn S. Brown. She is a strong and substantial boat, built of the best materials; engine and boiler in the centre, allowing a double track for the accom modation of vehicles; the hull is entirely covered and the engine enclosed; rudder and steering wheel fixtures at each end of the boat; her length is 70 feet, breadth 21) feet 4 inches, depth 8 feet, draft 7 feet 6 inches. This Engine is a very superior one ,was built by Murray k Hazlehurst, 24 inches diameter of cylinder, six feet stroke, Flue Boiler of abundant capacity for generating steam. Wrought Iron Shafts, Wheels of Wood, hut well bound with iron, the whole in good working order. The Boat is now running on toe Ferry from foot of West Falls avenue to (Ireat Hughes street, where she may beexamined at any time. Mr. Brown, of Messrs. Murray & Hazlehurst, will give any information desired in reference to the Boat, En gine, kc. 2. A LEASEHOLD LOT OF GROUND,at lower end jJiljiof West Falls avenue, fronting on south side of Block street 95 feet running back to the Port Warden's line on the Patapsco river. The lot is 23 feet deep at west end, and 79 feet at east end, facing the river. The lot lias a permanent and substantial wharf, with a platform for loading and unloading vessels, and is now used as a ferry landing, having all the necessary fixtures and conveni ences for a ferry landing complete. The entire front of the lot is improved by an entrance to the ferry,and a large well built FOUR STORY WARE HOUSE, now occupied as a ship chandler's establishment, with a spacious sail-loft in the fourth story. The lower story of this warehouse is 73 feet long, and the upper stories 95 feet long, all 22 feet wide. The warehouse is now under rent at $1,300 per annum. The whole lot is subject to a yearly rent of $896.30. the larger part of which may be bought out within nine years. 3. Also, a VALUABLE WHARF, at end of Great Hughes streets lKiunding on north side of Great Hughes street, extending to the Port Warden's line about 63 feet, thence running northwardly about 60 feet, thence south to Great Hughes street. A ferry landing is at this wharf, with all the necessary appurtenances for a ferry, and has a triangular platform 40 feet long, averaging 10 feet wide. There is also a good foundation of stone on the wharf for a building 10% feet by 36 feet, laid on substantial yellow pine piles. This lot is subject to the yearly r*nt of S3OO, which can be bought out on or before Nov. i, 1858. Also, 1 COAL STOVE, Chest of DRAWERS,stamp,dies, tickets, U. S. Mail box, and 2 BATTKAUS 16 feet long. Terms of sale, one third cash, the balance in two equal payments at six and twelve months, with interest and se curity, to be approved by the Trustee. JOHN W. RANDOLPH, Trustee. SAM'L H GOVER, Auctioneer, se2o is 84 Baltimore street. ffc. ROBERT LAWSON, SADDLE, TRUNK, HARNESS, COLLAR MAX UF A CTUR ER , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 294 BALTIMORE STREET, CORNER SHARP. Merchants and Wholesale dealers are invited to call and examine my stock before making purchases, being pre pared to sell goods as LOW as they can be purchased in any of the NORTHERN OR EASTERN CITIES, and 1 PLEDGE MYSELF TO DUPLICATE any bill made in those cities. Please call and satisfy yourselves of the fact. _ _ _ sB-6ra JOHN SHANAMAN HAS REMOVED PROM SNOW HILL, And commenced the Manufacture of EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TIN k SHEET IRON WARE AT No. 15 S. CALVERT STREET, BALTIMORE, Where every article connected with his business may be found, ami which will be dis]>osed of at the lowest prices. Special attention paid to ROOFING AND SPOUTING. ®yAll orders from the Eastern Shore and elsewhere will receive prompt attention mr6-iy II I RE PLACE STOV ES. We would in vite Housekeepers to examine our new FIRE PLACE STOVES. They are put up in connection with a fireboard anil for bieakfast or dining rooms, their moderate price will commend them to general consideration. We also have the PARLOR COMPAN ION and UNION PARLOR STOVES, for heating parlors and rooms over them. Al so. a general variety of HEATING and COOKING STOVES, to which we call attention. ROLLINS, HEATH k HUTCHINSON, Maryland Stove and Plumbing House, 22 Light street. sM-tf I BURGLAR PROOF AND KIRK PROOF 9 CHILLED IRON SAFES WITH COMBINATION BANK LOCK.—THE WORLD'S SAFE COMPANY have established an agency in Baltimore for the sale of their IMPREGNABLE CHILLED IKON SAFES, BANK LOCKS AND VAULT DOORS. These are the only reliable ROUUKB moor S T PES ever of fered for sale in Baltimore. No reliance can l>e placed on Sheet Iron Safes C. S. WILLKTT, Agent, jy7-tf 192 Baltimore street. ' LILXLF.'S PATENT FIRE AND BUR. GI AR PROOF SAFES, made of wrought and chilled Iron IK to 2 inches thick, and warranted drill Droof. The only robber proof Safe for sale in Baßim s ° r^ lLLETX lyie-tf 192 Baltimore street. jttMit Malts. BY F. H. IIEWKTT CO. ORPHANS' COURT SALE OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS, CHANDE LIERS, MIRRORS, CURTAINS, ROSEWOOD PARLOR k CHAMBER FURNITURE CHICKERING PIANO, ETC., At No. 49 NORTH CHARLES STREET AT AUCTION. On TUESDAY MORNING. 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 Baltimore city, fur and on account of the execu tors of Mary C. Jarvis, deceased, ail the FI'RMTI'RE, sc., contained therein. We name in part—Wilton Parlor t-ariiets; English Oil Cloths; large and elegant suit of rosewood Parlor Furniture, in brucatelle. namely Sofas i.irlur Chairs, Arm do., inlaid top Sofa Tables, rich Mau rnaments, Damask Curtains, Linen Shades, Ac Jjg ( I'll 'KERINU PIANO. I "J rU'jri Elegant rosewood cased PIANO, ffj^oc ton; full m?taHteni; i b*re U i faCtUre ' 1 by . t ' l,icl " !rir 'K< " f "' pm t v,!,' • in ' l Jl superior instrument. COST I V CH vv'. ,KHS ANI> MIRRORS. *2h,,;,zed„nd giit; nVtk;,/ 0 HALL FURNITURE! " ' ALSO, Dining-room and Library FURNITURE complete CHAMBERS. cmpiete. Rosewood, walnut and mahogany Furniture, complete Beds and Bedding with everything, usually found n a' well furnished dwelling. 1 " ALSO, Kitchen Furniture, Ac. Terms cash, in bankable money. . WILLIAM E. MAYHEW, EDWARD OTIS HINKI.EY Executors of Mary C. Jarvis, deceased F. W. BENNETT & CO., Auct'rs". ALSO, IOOOIF! ,TT , LES V " ; KY CHOICE and OLD MA DEI lUUI /RA, SHERRY and PORT WINES, from 20 to 40 years old, in glass, CONSISTING OP 60 bottles very old and delicate Sherry Wine. M it " u Madeira 11 ' 14 Old Port Wine. ■Jo .4 u M aiaga lod Claret " ALSO, Bramly, Whiskey, Hock, Champagne, etc. JhSSJI HORSES AND CARRIAGES M Pair of Bay Carriage Horses. SUPERIOR FAMILY CARRIAGE, "?'>• new, of superior finish, cost f l .000 r,"V' S(, " are Carnage, with Harness, Blankets, etc., com plete. Terms cosh, in bankable monev. WM. V.. MAYHEW, EDWARD OTIS HINKLEY, Executors of Mary C. Jarvis, deceased F ' W " KN ' X ETT &Co . Auct'rs. M FIRST CLASS DWELLING. 268 WEST LEXINGTON STREET BETWEEN 1' KA R L A N I) PI N E „ J T AUCTION M l , , S I- A Y' St l""inher 28tli, at 1 o'clock, at the Merchants Exchange, 19 South Gay street, we shall sell that first class DWELLING, No. 268 Lexington street, lot 28 feet front, by a depth of 150 feet to Vine street The improvements are a three story brick DWELLING with a two-story over basement brick hack building re plete with all modern improvements—bath, water 'and gas. There is also a large stable and carriage house on \ ine street. Title indisputable. Terms— One half cash; balance in 6 and 12 months, with interest and approved security. I ossession given immediately, as the owner is removing to the country. Property can be viewed from 12 to 1 o'clock, daily until sak j, F. W. BENNETT & CO., s'2o-ts Auctioneers. f&t GREAT SALE OF li||_ VALUABLE PROPERTY FRANKLIN SQUARE, ° " T rviv,-., WAVERITY TERRACE, LEXINGTON, FAYETTE, GII.MOR, STRICKFR TOWNSEND, SARATOGA, CAREY AND ' RIDGEI.Y STREETS. AT A V C TIO N . 29'400 ACRES 1) F°L AND, IN Alleghany County, Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina at Public Auction. TO RE 80LI> IN THE CITV OF BALTIMORE ON WEDNESDAY, October 6th, 1858, AT ONE O'CLOCK, AT TIIF. BALTIMORE EXCHANGE, NO. 19 SOUTH (JAY STREET. TRUSTEES' SALE. The undersigned. Trustees of William G. Thomas, by virtue of an assignment in trust of all his property• for the benefit of his creditors, dated the 18th of November, 1857 and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore' city' in Liber K. D., No. 137, folio 255, kc., will offer for sale at public auction, at the Exchange, No. 9 South Gay street 011 \\ EDN ESDAY, the sixth day of October, at one o'clock the following DESIRABLE PROPERTY • LEXINGTON ST. PROPERTY. Ifcjy, That LOT OFGRoI ND on the southeast corner of Lexington and Carey streets, fronting on Lexington street (Franklin Square,) fifty feet, with a depth of one hundred and fifty feet, to Stockton alley. This lot is improved by'a handsome DWELLING HOUSE, occupying the whole front, four stories in height, with mastic front; Stabling and Carriage House in the rear; being No. 11 Wuverly Terrace. This lot is subject to a ground rent of $720 per annum, redeemable at pleasure ALSO, I'ffiw 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 wcstwardly,from the southwest corner of Fayette and Gary streets. This lot is improved by a handsome three story, brown stone front, DWEL LING 1101 SL, recently erected, with a four-story hack building, being the fifth house from Gary street. This lot is subject to a ground rent of S3OO per annum, redeem aide on the first of January, 1860, and * mortgage of S4.WM), due at the same date. gg|jjj FAYETTE STREET PROPERTY. That LOT OF GROUND on the south side of Fay ette st., "Melrose Terrace." fronting on Frank/in Square twenty four feet seven and three eighths inches, with a depth of one hundred and eighty f et to Park lane; begin ning at the distance of two hundred and forty six feet one and three-quarters of an inch or thereabout westwardly from the southwest corner of Fayette and Cary streets. This lot is improved by a handsome three-story brown stone front DWELLING HOUSE, with four-story back 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.WM) due the same date. mortgage of $4,000 binding on the above pro perty due January Ist, 1860. Those TWO LOTS OF GROUND on Fayette street, "Melrose Terrace," fronting each on Franklin Square twenty four feet, seven and three-eighths of an inch, with a depth of one hundred and eighty teet each, to Park lane. The first lot being on the southeast corner of Fayette and Calhoun streets, and the other the lot adjoining thereto to the eastward. MW FRANKLIN 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 $l6O per annum, redeemable on the day of —, and a mortgage of $5,000, due Ist January, 1859. MALSO, GILMOR STREET PROPERTY. EIGHT LOTS OF GROUXDon the fast 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 feet ten inches on Gilmor street, with a depth of hundred and fifty seven feet to Parrish alley. ' ALSO. STRICKER STREET PROPERTY. Jt-UL EIGHT LOTS OF GKOUXDonthe west side of Strieker street, lieglnning 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, TOWNSEND STREET PROPERTY. isiH' FIVE LOTS OF GROUND 011 the north side of niriSi 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 five feet, with a depth of two hundred feet to a twenty feet alley. .... ALSO, SARATOGA AND CARY ST. PROPERTY. jUjijiji 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, RIDGELY STREET PROPERTY. JKaL THAT LOT OF GROUND la-jjinning on the west side of Ridgely street, at a point distant one bun dred and fifteen feet southerly from the south-west side of West, formerly Hammond and Ridgel.v streets; thence south eight-five degrees, west two hundred and seventy feel; 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-seven 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 street, seven hundred feet, more or less, to the beginning, containing one and three quarter acres of land. This property adjoins the factory of the Maryland Portable Ga Company, and binds on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road. M ALLEGANY LANDS, About 8,000 ACRES OF LAND in Allegany co., Maryland. ALSO, jtjjjl TENNESSEE LANDS. About 5,0(H) ACRES OF LANDS in Carter co., Tennessee, near Elisabeth Town. ALSO, VIRGINIA LANDS. About 10.000 acres of LAND in Virginia, Greenbriarand Nicholas counties, 30 miles from Lewisburg. ALSO, NORTH CAROLINA LANDS. About 640 acres of LAND in North Carolina, Jackson county. The terms of sale of the above property are: One-third of 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, OSMUN LATROBE, Trustees. F. W. BENNETT k Co., Auctioneers. All deeds, plats and other papers maybe seen at the office of OSMUN LATROBE, where any desired in forma lion can be obtained. r w jjenneTT & Co.. s4-3tawtffl&dts Auctioneers. T MP O RT E L) CIGARS AND CHEWING TOBACCO THO S. N. WKI! B , wrroIESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CORNER OK GARDEN AND MADISON STREETS, BALTIMORE. Keeps constantly on hand all the Choice Brands of lm ported Havana CIGARS and Superior CHEWING TO BACCO, with Fancy Articles of the Trade. mrlß-tf WM. C. ROBINSON, No. 81 BOWLY'S WHARF, BALTIMORE, KF.KPS CONSTANTLY ON HANI*, WHICH HE WILL SELL AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES, WINTER AND FALL SPERM OIL, 1 " " ELEPHANT OIL, BLEACHED " " SOLAR OIL, } AND UN 4< 44 PATENT OIL, [ BLEACHED " " LARD OIL, I MACHINERY, LUBRICATING k CYLINDER SPERM OIL. NORTH WEST COAST WHALE OIL. STRAITS, BANK AND SHORE-TANNERS'OIL. SPERM AND ADAMANTINE CASDLES jy'22-dtt ASSORTS© silts