OCR Interpretation


The daily exchange. (Baltimore, Md.) 1858-1861, September 28, 1858, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of Maryland, College Park, MD

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83009573/1858-09-28/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

MUTATION.
\f AISON P'EDUCATION.
-h*A A VKVEY (SUISSE).
.Monsieur le lninistro Dor recoit dans son etabliasement
mi nombro limit" do 25 jeunes gens de s a 17 ans, destines
soitaux carrieres elites liberates soit a l'industrie, au com
merce, kc.
L'enseignement est donnc par Mr. Dor et par plusicnrs
lrofesseurs soit internes soit externcs. 11 a pour objets :
La Religion Evungelique;
L'Histoire;
La Cengraphie physique ct politique;
L Arithuietiquc civile etcomincrciale:
Les Matheinutiques pur set appliquees;
f Chimie,
Les Sciences Nature lies ] Physique,
( liotuuique ct Zoologie.
La langue franchise et sa littemture, avec d* nomlreux
exercices de lecture, de conversation, d orthographe, de
composition et d<> traductions;
Les Langues Allemande, Anglaise ct Italienne, ecrites
et parlees;
Les Langu s T.atine et Grocque;
Le iv-sin et la Calligraphic, ainsi que* la tenue ilea
comptes;
La Musique vocalc et instrunientale;
La <•ynu. i-tiqiie. et L'Escrime, si on le desire*
Les travaux sont regulierement surveillcs i t diriges de
a appr. lalre auxjeunes gens ales accoraplir ala
fills avee promptitude, exactitude et soiu.
La vie de famine et lies rapports in times et affectneux
aver lea eleves sent soignett-. ment recherches ilans le lmt
ill. former letir caractere. leur coeur et leans mauiercs.
t.iia.jU'- ele\ • suit le culte de sa confession.
Ladeiueuredc Mr. Dor est vaste, entouree de grand;
jardins et tres avantageusementsitueesur lagrande place,
pres dn lac. 1 '
I -s jeunes genu les plus ages penvent avoir tine cliambre
a part et no prendre que les lecons qui lour sont speeiale
m -lit necessairos ou avantageuses. suivant ia carrierc a
laquelle lis sc destinent: lis pcuvent reccvoir des lecons
partlculieres.
Le prix de la pension etde renseigneinetit est de
1 ;>Oof. pi#ur lesj unes gens qui ont ut:e chambre a cux
seuls;
l,4<K'f. pour ceux qui ont nnecbanibrr a deux ensemble:
I .JOOf. pour les eleves qui sont logos dans un des dor
toirs (le-ijuels ne renferment que liuit lits.)
Le blanchissagc ot les lecons d'agrement (musique in
strum-ntale, peinture, escriine etdanse) so paienl a part.
II n y a d autres depenses accessoires que cellesque les
parents reclanient.
Les pahuu-nts so font par trimestre eta I'avance
routes les annecs il so fait une excursion facultative de
10 a 20 jours dans les montagnes de la Suisse ou de la
Savoie.
Chaque olevo doit apport r avoc lui, pour son usage per
sonnel, 4 drap* de lit, 6 serviettes. 0 essuie-inaitis et un
convert d'argent; mais si les parents Jo desirent, la direc
tion se charge de la foumiture de ces objets, ainsi que du
blancbissage du Unge personnel pour le prix annuel de
J2O a 150 francs, suivant les exigences.
D'adresser directement a Mr. le Ministre Dor a Yevev.
On peut obtenir des renseignements au]>res de M. M.
527-law4w ■
HH. BRUNING,
• TEACHER OP TIIE
GtRMAN, FRENCH AND SPANISH LANGUAGES,
Can l>e seen at tbe
C'OMMI'RCIAI. AXI - t'GLLKGIATK INSTITUTE,
No. 7 Franklin street, from 4 to 7,', P. M., or at No. 139
Lcxingt< n atreej, one door East •! Howard. 524-d.'Jm
ITNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND.
ID SCHOOL i>F MF.DICINK.
The Fifty first Session will bi-ain on THURSDAY, Oc
tober 7th, lk5S, anil mil March Ist, 1N39.
, FACULTY.
"■ SMITH, M. D., Principles and Practiceof Surgery.
■ K-yL AIKEN. M. D.. Chemistry and Pharmacy.
SAML EI. CHEW. .M. I)., Priuciples and Practice "of Meili-
JOSKnr lit 'lt V. M. T>., Anatomy anil Physiology.
W. M[l.T i:\ 15KKCEli, M. 11., Obstetrics.
CHARLI-..-1 I RICK, M. I>, Materia Medica and Therapeu
tics.
R. B SMITH. M. r>., Demonstrator of Anatomy
CLINK AI. I X -tTKUCTK i\ is riven at the Baltimore
Infirrnar.t, situated near the 1 niversity, and open tu Ma
trieulatcs of the School throughout the year.
FEES, for the full course, S9O; Matriculation fee !c
Graduation S2O; Practical Anatoai.v i'Jii.
. ... , , GEORGE W. iIi'LTENBERCER,
87-Wed&SttttQ7 _ De i,,
g TNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND.—
SCHOOL OP LETTERS.—The exercises of the AC
A" l :}'} o DEPARTMENT will be resumed on MONDAY,
the loth of SEPTEMBER. For information or matricula
tion, apply at -No. 32 Mulberry street.
Kev'd. E. A. DALRYMPLE, I). D„
au2o tu thu&sat sw* President.
ilitCl' I LASS.---The uniiersiguptl, with
7the view of educating his own daughters at home,
1" '1 r'- -to receiveatliis residence, opposite Union ttquare,
a limited numherof Young Ladies. The Class will he un
der his personal supervision, assisted hy a resident In
structress, should it he necessary. Professors of Music and
1 rem-h will come to the house, at specified hours, to give
their lessons. xerciscs of the Class will commence
011 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. FORRES late Rector of
au2f.-Snwtoctl* St. James' Parish, Baltimore eo.
A/JOUiNT WASHINGTON COLLEGE
Ivl FOR YOUNG LADIES—The IVIXTER SESSION'
begins November 3d, 1858. Tin* course of instruction in
the usual brandies is full and thorough, being under the
dmctinn of an efficient Faculty of able and experienced
Tt achers. Every necessary appliance required for Female
education is at the command of the Institution. Parents
who desire a thorough education for their daughters, with
tlie comforts and advantages of the Christian laniily, 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. lIEIXKR. Sec
ond st., Baltimore. Catalogues can be had at CUSHIKG3
& BAILEY'S, Baltimore st. sls-ly
X\n KEHAM SCHOOL—2B2 Madison st.
V ▼ Rev d. THOS. RICKEY M. A.—Rector.
Rev d. G. I. MORISO.X, (lateprincipal of Rugby Acad
emy, Washington. I>. ('.) Principal.
T. LESKIE, A. M.—Professor of Modern Languages.
This Institution will he open for tin* 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
enquire of the above. Circulars containing all necessary
information, will be issued in a few days, and may he hail
at WATERS' Bookstore. au2B-dtf
HALL OFST. JOHN,
-YO. 271 MADISOX AVEXUK.
(SECOND DOOR ABOVE HOFFMAN ST.)
RECTOR:
BENJAMIN B. GRISWOLD, A. M.
This is a Protestant Episcopal School for a limited num
ber nf Hoys. French Classes under M. RES POMMIKKS.
Boys received from 10 to 14 years of age, and retained
until carried to any degree of advancement desired. The
School re-opens on MOXDAY. September 6tl.
Circulars at Mr. WATERS' BOOK STORE, and at the
Episcopal reading room. au7-dtf
HP HE COLLEGE OP ST. JAMES,
-A. MAR} LAND.—The next ANN UAL SESSION begins
on WEDNESDAY, September 29th. Punetu;il 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 hy those whose parents desire it.
Ample accommodations are provided for one hundred and
twenty pupils.
Terms—T;vo 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. I>r. K Ell FOOT, Rector, College St. James
Postoffice, Maryland. jyß-tf
plants.
TVTANTED —A PARTNER with a cash
V V capital (>r $7,000 to SIO,OOO, in a Wholesale Liquor
House on the Wharf. References to be exchanged. Ad
dress with real name, and where an interview can ho had,
ALPHA, Exchange Office. 523-lw
WANTED TO PURCHASE.—A
moderate sized HOUSE in the Northern or North-
J western section of the city, for which payment will
be made, partly in cash, and partly in stock of a Steam
ship Company, running from this city. Address box 1052
P* Q- 811-iseop2w
\\T ANTED.—A well secured Ground
▼ v Rent of about $2,500: apply to
sll-tf P. H. SI LLI VAN, No. 24 Second st.
TATANTED TO RENT.—A small DweU-
T T ing within ten minutes walk of South anil Balti
more streets, rent not to exceed $l5O. Address IN
QUIRER, office of Daily Exchange. jy'Jfi tf
f : WANTED.—A comfortable three-story
Jfjiyi ELLING, with passage and hack-building, in the
IVestern part of the city, but East of Fremont St.—
Rent not more than $350. Please address A. 11. at this of
s7 tf
liaws an& IlliiHf.
rf?f*r=fei CHICKERING PIANOS,
rl Y'i 1 MELODEtiXS, MFSIC, &e.
If J ii .1 II The subscriber lias just received a further
supply of these unequalled PIANO FORTES. Persons
wishing a superior instrument in every particular, will do
well to examine them before purchasing elsewhere.
| SThreo KNABE k Co. PIANOS, hut little used, for
sale cheap—as well as other second-hand Pianos.
1. T. STODDARD,
525 tf No. 4 South Calvert street.
' 'HAS. M. STIEKE. nmmtlho
n turerof GRAND AND SQUARE PIANOS
U a -I J if —large assortment at present on hand—
which, for volume of tone and durability, cannot be sur
passed. Will he sold at lower prices than any other estab
lishment in the city. No. 7 SOUTH LIBERTY STREET,
near German. si 3m
r^j£^^! ) lA.\(>X! MAX OS! PIANOS!
GOLD MEDALS
11 J W JII IN THREE SUCCESSIVE YEARS
at the Maryland Institute, besides first premiums at Fairs
in Philadelphia, Washington and Richmond.
TESTIMONIALS OF EXCELLENCE
FROM
THALBERG,
STRAKOSCH,
and G. SATT E R .
As also from some of the most eminent Professors and ama
teurs in the country.
WM. K XA BE k CO.,
1, 3, 5 and 7, NORTH EUTAW STREET,
and No. 207 BALTIMORE ST.,
between Charles and Light sts.,
would respectfully invite the attention of the public to
their well assorted stock of
GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO-FORTES,
which, for beauty of finish, power, and sweetness of tone
and elasticity of touch, have been, by judges, pronounced
unrivalled. Every Piano guarantied for five years, and a
privilege of exchange granted at any time within six
months, if not entirely satisfactory.
Terms liberal. A call is respectfully solicited before
purchasing elsewhere.
Pianos taken in exchange, hired, tuned and repaired.
*o2B tf \vm. KNABE k CO.
tA>gr ;Lfl NCNN'S Si CLARK'S
PIANO FORTES.
1/ * J J The subscriber has just received a further
supply of those superior and beautifully finished PIANO
FORTES from the factory of NUNNS It CLARK. These
instruments, in point of beautiful finish, exquisite tone
and touch, are unsurpassed. Persons wanting truly a
first class PIANO, would do well tocall and examine these
instruments. Also, a variety of other new and second-
i>RIXCE?s MELODEOXS, PIANO
BcN-Old Pianos taken in exchange.
F. D. RENTE F.N,
84 IV est Fayette street,
aul4-tf 3d door West of Charles st.
GA LHLE & CO.,
K From the late Finn of Knabe, Gaehle & Co
I/ i U J tf MANUFACTURERS OF
GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO FORTES,
North-east corner of EUTAW AND FAYETTE STS.,
Baltimore, Md.
Where may be seen PIANOS, which for elegance of finish,
sweetness of tone, combined with an agreeable touch, are
second to none in this couniry.
Terms and prices moderate, and every Instrument war
ranted. Pianos hired, and Tuning attended to promptly.
ap6-tf ' ~
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 a superior Sherry Wine. For sale hy
GEO. HOLLINS,
corner Fayette and Charles sts.
BREIDENBACH'S LONDON SOAPP
CANFIELD BROTHER k CO.,
229 HALT I MORE STREET
Have on hand Breidenhach's genuine Lettuce, Cainplio.
Moss Rose, Violet, Old White Windsor, and Queen's Soap
Wholesale and retail. iyl3-t
T IGHTi LIGHT!
J J Wholesale Agency for JONES' PATENT LAMPS,
superior to all others in the market. Also. ilealerinCOAL
OIL LAMPS of every description. Constantly on hand,
COAL OIL of the very best quality, whi h we will sell at
the market price in quantities to suit purchasers.
AM MI DON k CO.,
522-3 m No. 1 South Liberty st.
JAPANNED KNIFE AND SPOON
BOXES—New style, some nicely lined, just receive#
and for sale, wholesale and retail, by CORTLAN A CO
No. 236 Baltimore st , Marble Building slfi-tf
CN OL L fie TI ON A GEN C Y .
, J. D. PKATT k CO.,
Areprepared to receive and transmit CLAIMS FOR COL
niSio ln au y eity or county in the United States or
British 1 rovmcep. Being in direct and frequent corres
pondence with reliable Attorneys in every city and county,
our faeiht'es for effecting speedy and prompt COLLEC
OFFICE OTTKJ I .™ entire aatisfaetion.
T H ® MERCANTILE AGENCY, corner
BalDmore and Smith Cbarle. streets. mr-tf
"OLUE INDIA CHINA PLATES For sale
,fr n XobUs PARR ' 8 CHINA tHALL, 211 Baltimor.
(•Atarsitms.
-\r! I'A I CHIN <•< )i NTV
- WIAGRICULTUHAL FAIR,
TO ne HELP AT
HARRISBURG,
SEPTEMBER 220, 23d and 24th.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS ,\T HALE RATF.S will he is
suwl by the NORTHERN CENTRA!. RAILW AY COMI'A-
N Y from AVilliarasport and Baltimore and intermediate
stations to Ilarrisburg, good from September lilst to 25th
inclusive.
Passengers will secure tirkets before taking scats in tlie
cars. Conductors will not be authorised to sell Excursion
Tickets from points where the Company has an Agent,
and those who do not purchase tickets at such joints will
he charged FULL FARE.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS OF ARTICLES INTENDED
FOR EXHIBITION.
Articles intended for exhibition, (live stock included)
Will bj carried from the above stations to Harrisburg at
regular toll-sheet rates, and upon the owner or shipper
signing a release agreeing that the Northern Central Rail
way Company shall not he held responsible for any 10-sor
damage which may he sustained in transportation, or
while in the cars, or at the depots of said Company, the
articles exhibited will be returned to the place of shipment
FREE OF CHARGE, on presentation of the Company's re
ceipt, showing that toll-sheet rates had been paid for the
transportation of said articles to the Fair, and that a re
leas* as above stated had been given.
821-tS2S C. C. AD&EON, Superintendent.
®ATHiNG
OLD POINT COMFORT AND HAMPTON.
One of tin- BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET COMPA
NY'S STEAMERS will leave Union Dock, foot of Concord
street, DAILY (Sunday excepted) at 5 o'clock 1". M., r.ir
Old Point Comfort and Hampton.
Fare there and back sf>, giving the passenger the privi
lege to remain the whole season.
M. N- FALLS, Agent,
jell-tlO Bait in. loin pan y.
PREFERV I' A ,
SEMMONS k C'O.'S CELEBRATED
PANTOSCOPIC II It A /.ILLIAX PEBBLE
SPECTACLES.
A. GEDEON. (lat • of Semmons k Co., Cornwall, Eng
land,) respectfully announces his arrival, with a splendid
assortment of these newly improved spectacles, and may
j be consulted at his office, in CARROLL HALL, corner of
Baltimore and Calvert streets, up stairs, ROOM No. 2.
i 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
1 manufactured gives them a superior hardness and polish,
preventing them from being defaced by scratches. Their
i coolness recommends them especially to those having weak
j and irritable eyes. The superiority and usefulness of these
improved spectacles is fully demonstrated 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 to decide with certainty, on the mere inspection of the
eye. what sort of glasses are best suited to correct the de- :
i feet or vision, either to give it greater strength, or merely
preserve it. as maybe 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 by for
warding in a letter one of their old glasses.
TESTIMONIALS.
T have examined the Brazillian Pebble Spectacles manu
factured liy 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 '
oral use heretofore, I have also tested them with those
who have used Tit her glasses, and would hence cheerfully
• recommend them to ail whose sight requires artificial
! aid. AY. MiLTENBEOER, M.D . i
Baltimore, Sept. Ist, 1858.
I fully concur in the opinion expressed by Dr. Milton
berger and take great pleasure in recommending the Bra
, zilian Pebble glasses to the public.
N. R. SMITH, M. D.
Baltimore, Sept. Ist, IS.'S.
PHILADELPHIA, May 30th, 185 S.
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 t<> all requiring
artificial aid. I am greatly indebted to you for bringing j
them to my notice. A'cry truly, yours,
II FRANCIS (i. SMITH, M. D.
F PR EASUI! F LI'S OFFICE, BALTI
JL MORE & OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY, SEPTEM
BERS. 1858.—The Bo.nd of Directors at their meeting this i
day, pas.-'-d the following resolution, viz:
Resolved, That tiie Treasurer he ami he is hereby in
structed to advertise that the remainder of the first mort
gage loan for one million dollars, due January Ist, lSf.4,
will IK* 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 he 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 IS9O, will
he exchanged at par for the same.
J. I. ATKINSON,
slO tQ2 Treasurer.
( OFFICE OF THE
KJ MARYLAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB,
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
DKA N, A1 JAMS AND DEAN & COLT'S
REVOLVERS, small size.
1). B.TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. •
PURDY'S, LANCASTER'S And DEAN,
Adams' k Dean's GUNS, imported to order, by
I>. B. TRIMBLE,
au3o-tf 200 Baltimore street.
(JINGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL
Dl Civ GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
m2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
'PI IE ('ELEBRATED Carroll Island Duck
-S- GUN, by AA'estly Richards.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
_au2B-tf_ 200 Baltimore street, j
1 ROUBLE BARRELL BIRD GUNS— By
Man ton, Greener, Moore, and all English
makers; for sale by I). B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
BOYS' SINGLE AND DOUBLE BAR"
P.F.I.L BIRD GUNS.
I>. B. TRIMBLE,
200 Baltimore street.
~|?RENCH BREECH LOADING SIIOT
JL GUNS.
P. B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
ll* VERY ARTICLEIN THE SPORTING
.JLINK, to be had at
THE SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE,
D. B. TRIMBLE,
tf 200 Baltimore street.
DECOY DUCKS, at Manufacturers' prices
I). B. TRIMBLIf,
au2B-tf too Baltimore street.
(1 RE AT SAVING IN OAS.
VJ .1. M. COOPER'S
I'ATE XT LEVER HAS REOULA TOR.
Paves 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. "--J, District of Colum
hia, at the ofliee of Messrs. RATTAN .V EVANS, Gas
Fitters and Plu:nhers, No. 8 North street, Jarvis' Building
P. S. Certificates can he had at the ofliee. myS-tf"
FL R. COUPLAND,
Ijjlk FASHIONABLE HATS, CAPS. Ac
No. 40 Baltimore Street.
Between FREDERICK and HARRISON STS.
mrll-ly BALTIMORE.
PAT A MILLS.
GEO. W. WAIT k SON, Proprietors,
WAREHOUSE 72 SOUTH STREET,
Have now ready fresh stocks of their goods, in every
variety of package, including
MUSTARD, in wood, tin and glass;
PURE GROUND SPICES, all kinds, in wood, tin and
glass;
TABLE SALT, in bags and boxes;
RICK FLOUR, CURRIK, Ac., ate..
ALSO,
300 bags PEPPER;
200 44 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 CITOCO
ATKS and COCOA PREPARATIONS, at the lowest
__ jy2o-dtf
HALL & BROTHER,
<Successors to Thomas Xash if- Co.)
Curers and Packers of
PROVISIONS, FOR HOME & FOREIGN MARKETS,
And Manufacturers of
REFINED LARD AND LARD OIL,
No. .8 PLKASAST ST., AND 117 NORTH ST., BALTIMORE.
Having Railway facilities on North St., Provisions will
| he received for Inspection and Storage, and Bulk Meats
i Smoked on reasonable terms. CHAS. G. HALL
(Late of J. G. Harvey & Co.)
i TF GEO. D. BALL.
TOHN RICHARDS,
•J IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GAS CHANDELIERS,
PENDANTS, BRACKETS, Ac.,
274 W. BALTIMORE STREET, (up stairs,)
Sole Agent for Kidder's Patent GILS Regulators.
Gas Pipe introduced by experienced workmen and war
ranted. s2O tf
WM. H. EREK & CO.,
T T WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO,
And Importers of
HAVANA, PRINCIPE AND GERMAN REGARS,
And Manufacturers of Domestic.
Also, keep constantly on hand. PIPES of every kind,
1 Snuffs and Smoking Tobacco, Tobacco Knives, &c.*, at low
est market prices.
No. 96 LOMBARP STREET, BALTIMORE
Terms to regular customers, 4 months. First Bills in
variably cash. slo-tf
AJFIG ~ W. ROBERTS,
f §L? . _ BOOT MAKER,
No 95 LOMBARD ST., BALTIMORE.
Every description of Boots and 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. ___ sil>_
W A. & F. MARBURG,
T T • IMPORTERS, AND
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 WEST LOMBARD ST.
Wo invite the attention of the trade to our 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
j 'UP our stock before purchasing els-whore. sIS-tf
'TRUSSES! TRUSSES!! TRUSSES!!!
* SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
CUTLERY IN GENERAL,
ITEIMSCII SHEARS, SCISSORS AND POINTS,
TOCKET KNIVES,CARVERS ANB FORKS,
RAZORS (f: RAZOR STRAPS, TABLE CUTLERY,
Sc., of the best quality, always on hand, and v:arranted
'>>' SAMUEL JACKSON,
No. 194 Baltimore street,
. ~, Near St. Paul street,
jy3o-d6ra Baltimore.
ROBERT LAWSON,
SADDLE, TRUNK, HARNESS,
COLLAR MAN UF A CTU RE R
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. sS 6m
JOHN SHANAMAN
J HAS REMOVKB FROM SNOW HILL,
And commenced the Manufacture of
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TIN & SHEET IRON WARE
AT
No. 15 S. CALVERT STREET,
BALTIMORI,
Where every article connected with his business may be
found, and which will be disused of at the lowest prices.
Special attention paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
orders from the Eastern Shore and elsewhere
will receive prompt attention. mr6-ly
JJKD BLANKETS.
25 cases 9-4,10-4,
30 '' 9-4, 10-4, 11-4—Cocheco Mfg. Co.
20 " 9-4,10-4,11-4.12-4—Holland Mfg. Co.
10 " Super Crib Blanketß. of low, medium and extra
fine qualities, received and for sale by
yl-iaw2m B. S. & W. A, LONEY & CO,
§anhtrs ani Stokers.
IOHSTON BROTHERS A CO..
♦ I BANK OF DISCOUNT,
DEPOSIT, COLLECTION,
AND EXCHANGE.
Having everv facility f-r transactSmr the
BANKING BUSINESS,
Promptly and on the most favorable term*, we confi
dently off*r our services to the Business Public.
COLLECTIONS
Rect i rt our special attention.
Having a very reliable and prompt reciprocal rorres
pondene" throughout the United States, we are enabled to
MAKE COLLECTIONS
With great promptness, and at verv low rates.
JOHNSTON BROTHERS CO.,
Bankers.
I'DI ■RG TTM MISSION OFFICE.
0 We purchase Stocks on Commission.
Stocks bought for cash, and CARRIED at low rates,
thus saving the risk of a time contract.
Orders executed at the Brokers' Boards of this City and
the Northern markets.
Loans and advances constantly made on f.llaterals.
JOHNSTON' BROTHERS k co.,
827 Bankers.
rOHNSTONS' BANK I s - Discounting and
y advancing 011 Stocks, Bond-, and other collaterals.
W JH..
O. BASEMENT CHESAPEAKE BANK,
NORTH STREET,
Buys and sells all the stocks and other securities of this
and other markets on commission. sell tf
RPHOMAS w. HALL;
JL STOrK A XI) HILL BROKER,
NO. 2 FRANKLIN BUILDING, NORTH STREET,
I Buys and sells on commission, the STOCKS and SECURI
TIES of this and other markets; Negotiates Notes
: Loans, kc., &c. jyl4 3m
jVfcKIM & CO,
JLTA BANKERS, BROKERS,
AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
COR. BALTIMORE AXD ST. RAUL STS.,
Purchase and sell FOREIGN and DOMESTIC EXCHANGE,
negotiate Loans and Business Paper, purchase and sell
j 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 gent rally my2B 6m
FSUAEL COHEN,
1 STO CK, liILL ANDNO TE ItR OKE /?,
No. 5 NORTH STREET,
Buys and sells on commission ail the Securities of this
1 and other markets; negotiat:s Notes, Loans, ke.. [my4-tf
JOHN S GITTINOS. BRNJ. H. WILLIAMS
| OHN kS. GITTLXGS & CO.,
BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS,
CORNER SOUTH ANI> SECOND STREETS,
Buy and sell on commission Stocks and Securities of this
1 and other markets.
| ADYANCKS made on Stocks, Notes and other Collat
; erals; negotiate Time Paper and Stock Loans.
INTEREST allowed on <!< posits, and Banking bnsines
transact! d generally. apd-tf
ILTIITVLS JV CD.,
J. DANKKR?:
NO. '.MS BALTIMORE STREET,
Buy and SF-IL all kinds of I XLU'HKKN'T MONEY, THE \S
URY NOTES, SIGHT and TIM E DRA FTS.makc COLLF.C
--T10X.4 on all parts of the United States, and transact all
other business pertaining to Private Banking on very lib
erai terms. nt2 eotf
MARTIN LEWIS,
BILL, NOTE, AND STOCK BKOKER,
NO. fi. SOUTH STREET. CP STAIRS.
GIVES HIS SPECIAL AND INDIVIDUAL ATTEN
TION, to the negotiation of
MERCANTILE PAPER,
EFFECTS LOANS
ON STOCKS AND BONDS,
AND R.TLYS ANII 08LI.S TKR PUBLIC
SECURITIES,
OF THIS AND OTHER MARKETS.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE, on any first class
Securities left with him for sale. ' mri.'-Cni
PH. SULLIVAN,—
. STOCK AXD BILL BROKER,
BUYS AND SELLS DN" COMMISSION ALL THE SE
CURITIES OF THIS AXD OTHER MARKETS,
A N I)
NEGOTIATES BILLS, NOTES AND LOANS.
OFFICE, 24 SECOND STREET,
mrl7 tf (Cut HCI of Tripoli if*l IIRFI, )
SAMUEL HARRIS & SONS,
BANKERS, ST(.H K, EXCHANGE AND
NOTE BROKERS,
-VE. PIR, BALTI M ORE STREET,
COLLECT on all accessible points in the United States
and Canailas, promptly and on favorable terms.
BUY and SELL CHECKS and UXCUKREXT BANK i
NOTES, at low rates.
NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER and STOCK LOANS, and
buy and sell on Commission STOCKS and SECURITIES
n this anil other markets.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS in Bankable or Uncurrent Funds
and transact tlie Banking and Exchange Business in every J
D-'parlnient. m!l4 dly !
(tvflpw, fit.
J EXCHANGE."
J $50,000 VIRGIN'TA BAXK XOTF.S.
For sale in sums to suit, by
JOHNSTON BROTHKRS CO., j
s '-B tf 198 Baltimore street. I
MERCHANTS', AND BANK OF HAL
.TIMORE STOCK, for sale by
P. 11. SULLIVAN,
tf Ho. 24 Second st.
BALTIMORE SHOT TOWER COM"
PANY'S STOCK, for sale by
P. 11. SULLIVAN. 1
g 23 tf No. 24 Second st.
T BALTIMORE v CUB \ MINING AND
)SMELTING COMPANY'S STOCK, wanted by
P. H. SULLIVAN,
823 tf No. 24 Second st.
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURE
il ANCE COMPANY'S STOCK for sale by
SA.M'L HARRIS. Ja..
sell-tf Basement Cbe-apeake Bank.
OA ET I MORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
S i HONBS, 1-580,1575, and ISSS, wanted bv
sell tf S. HARRIS, JA. !
PRIME COMMERCIAE I'Al'Eß wantctl
at best rates by ISRAEL COHEN,
jylu-tf No. 5 North street.
STERLING EXCHANGE:
0 Ror sale bv KNOX & CO.,
awlS-tf 9 Grocer's Exchange.
BALTIMORE CITY 6 J S of 1875 WANTED BY
ISRAEL COIIF.N,
jy9 tf No. 5 Franklin Bank Buildings, North st.
"MEW YORK EXCHANGE wnntod by
1.1 LAMBERT GITTINGS,
je23-tf 58 Buchanan's Wharf.
DOUBLOONS.
128 PATRIOT DOUBLOONS, for sale by
je2-tf JAS. CORNER ,v- SONS.
IPXCHANGE ON WELI.S, FARGO
J J CO., San Francisco, Cal.. and on P. C. BOMBALIER
A; CO., Havana, in sums to suit, for sale by
PENDERGAST BROS.,
apio-tf 77 Smith's Wharf, up stairs.
MARYLAND ST \TE ST< H AND
90's wanted by JOHN S. GITTINGS k CO., corner
South and Second streets. mr2o-tf.
Hetetlg, It.
KEYSER. TROXELL A. CO.
IRON WAREHOUSE.
No. 19 SOUTH CALVERT ST.
TMPORTERS of all descriptions of IRON
A anil STEEL. Have constantly on hand a complete as
sortment uf
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH IRON
Manufacturers of
RAIL ROAD SPIKES AND CHAIRS.
Agents of the
VIADUCT AND LAUREL BOILER IRON WORKS.
ELK SHEET IRON MILL, BRISTOL FORGE.
Also, agents for the host Pennsylvania and Maryland
ANTHRACITE and CHARCOAL PIG IRON FURNACES
feb22-tf.
TQUGAN & JENKINS,
COMMTSSTO X TTA RI) TV A R E ME R CITA XTS.
NO. 21 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
Are Agents for the following Manufactories:
TIIOMAS TURTOX k SONS, CAST AND SHEAR STEEL.
WILLIAM GREAVES & SONS, FILES, RASPS, &O.
WALES FRENCH, AUGERS, AUGER BITTS, kc.
J. G. HOVEY, BORING MACHINES.
A. RANDALL, TACKS, FINISHING NAILS, kc.
PROVIDENCE TOOL COMPANY, NUTS, WASHERS AND
PLANE IRONS.
AMERICAN BUTT COMPANY, BUTT HINGES, SAD
IRONS, kc.
CHARLES 11. KELLOGG, CURRY COMBS, SCALES, kc.
HALL, ELTON k CO., PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS.
SCOVILL MANUFACTURING CO , SHEET BRASS AND
BRASS BUTTS.
DAVID SNYDER, SHOVELS AND SPADES.
BRISTOL HARDWARE COMPANY, BRASS CANDLE
STICKS.
DUNLOP FE MADEIRAS. AXES, HATCHETS, ko. jylO-tf
VIVIAN & SONS' LONDON SHEATH
ING METAL FOR SHIPS.
The subscriber has received the Agency 'of tins celebrated
English Sheathing Metal, and lias now in hand, and will
keep a supply of all sizes.
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
ap24-tf [a] 88 Buchanan's Wharf.
HISS&C O L E .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
HARDWARE,
Nos. 27 and 29 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
f22-tf. Baltimore
M KEITH, Jr. & SON,
, 23 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
MANUFACTURER'S AGENTS
FOR
Best Cut Nails, Naylor k CO.'s Steel Shovels, Forks, Tacks,
Butt Hinges, Sad Irons, Ho! low-ware Castings. Ac. mr23-tf
I? L. PARKER & CO.,
1-I • IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN METALS.
SOUTH CNAItLES STREET,
between PRATT and UAMIIEN STP.IKTS.
OFFER FOR SALE :
TIN PLATE, of every description.
TERXE PLATE for roofing.
ENGLISH SHEET IRON, Nos. 10 to 27
AMERICAN " " " 14 to 27.
GALVANIZED" " IS to 23.
RUSSIA " " ATAIS.
IRON WIRE, TINNED WIRE," oto 35.
SHEET ZINC, SPELTER
PIG and BAR LEAD.
BANCA TIN, in Pigs and Bars.
LEAD PIPE and SHEET LEAD.
HOOP IRON, % in. to 2X in.
TINMEN'S TOOLS and MACHINES.
BRASS KETTLES, COPPER BOTTOMS, RIVETS,
KETTLE EARS. ,kc.. Ac. fc22 tf
% ,'J# GUNS ! GUNS!! GUNS! !!
VNjyV Double and single barrel GUNS, RIFLES
, and PISTOLS, in the greatest variety
(y 11 AIso—POWDER FLASKS, SHOT POr'ril-
ES and BELTS, GAME IIAOS, CAPS
WADS. CARTRIDGS, POWDER, SHOT, HALL, and all
SPORTIXG GOODS. Those in want of a GOOD GUN, or
any other article in the line, are respectfully invited to
call, where tlicy 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.
us- GUNS REPAIRED in the best manner.
AL EX A N PER 11! cCOMA S,
No. 51 S. Calvert street.
N. R.—No connection with any other house. sl6-3w
SOLUBLE GLASS C£MENT.
For mending broken parts of Glass, China, Crock
ery, Stoneware, Porcelain, Wood, etc., believed to be the
most adhesive Cement known. For sale wholesale and re
tail, by CORTLAN D CO.,
aulO 216 Raltimore street, near Charles.
WESTERN PRODUCE.
B . T. ELDER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
120 S. Eutaw st., opposite the B & O. R. R. Depot.
30hhds. Western Smoked SHOULDERS;
40 tierces Sugar cured Family HAMS;
GO cases "Lewis M. Norton's'' Pine Apple CHEESE;
20 lihds. Western Smoked HAMS, in bags;
' 200 bbls. WHISKEY—OId Rye, Bourbon, Ac.; in store
or sale fry (anl9-d&tri-tf) B. T. ELDER.
ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH TRINKETS.
CANFIF.LD, BRO. & CO.,
229 BALTIMORE STBEET,
Have agreat variety of articles manufactured out of toe
Submarine Telegraph Cable, such as Broaches, Charms,
Watch Keys, Letter Stamps, Ac. Also, pieces of Cable
mounted on brass and silver. s!3
RUBBER OVERSHOES.
Men's Overshoes, I Ladies' Sandals,
" Foot-holds, | u Buskins,
" Bootees, I " Slippers,
" Long Boots, | " Gaiter Hoots,
" Long-top Boots, I " Long Boots,
Fishermen's Boots, | Misses Overshoes,
Boys' Overshoes, | " Boots and Sandals.
Also, Table Oil Cloths, Umbrellas, Suspenders, Hair and
Tooth Brushes, for sale to the trade at the lowest prices.
E. M. PUNIIERSON & CO., No. 209 Baltimore street, near
Charles street. s!5-tf
rpOMATOE BROILERS,
J_ A supply of TOMATOE BROILERS on hand, and
with the nsual variety of housekeeping articles, will b
sold w, by ALFRED H. RETP,
At the Housekeeper's Emporium,
aul2-tf No, 337 Baltimore it.
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, SEPTEMBER 28, 'IBSB.
Insttontc Comptits.
LUREAIEN'S INSURANCE COM FAN Y.
-I. JOHN REESE, President.
H. P. DUIIUUST, Secretary.
Corner of South and Set-o:--i streets. ai-6-tf
Delaware mutual aTiety IN
SURANCH COMPANY OF 1 HILADELPHIA.
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania 1835.
MARINE INSURANCE,
On Vessels, Carg->. Freights, to all parts of tlm World.
INLAND INSURANCES,
On Goods by Rivers. Canals, Lakes and land Carriages t
ail parts of the Union.
FIRE INSURANCES,
On Merchandise gen-rally. On Stores, Dwelling nou-
ASSETS OP THE COMPANY. November, 2d, 1557, $702,785 37
WILLIAM MARTIN, President.
THOMAS C. HAND, Vice President.
| ITF.XRY LYLBFRN, Secretary.
'I lie ttmleivign. d, having been duly appointed Agent of
this Company, is prepared to receive applications for In
surance .is above, and is instruct d to give notice to all
persons in this city who desire to plac risks with raid
Company, that their applications for Insurance must be
ma :e at their agency in Baltimore.
II! :XRY A. DIDIF.R,
jc2l-tf Commercial Building. (Jay strert.
trOW ARD FiRE rNSU~RANCE CO.^
11 OF B \ LTIMORE.
INSURES Dwellings, Furniture, Warehouses, Goods
1 on strage, and Merchandise generally, against loss or
! damage hv fire Also Vessels and Cargoes in port.
office—-S. E. corner of HOWARD AXDCLAT STREETS
The Directors meet daily l answer appii nations.
A NIIREW R EESE, President.
DiiiKCTGKS.
JAS. M. POTTDKR, (.'HAS HOFFMAN,
CHAS. W. (I EDROE, HENRY J. WERDEDADGH,
WM. OftTWr.NK. A I-'(JUSTUS SIIRIVER,
SAML.IV. SMITH, M. BEXZINOER,
AAKON FENTON, WM. (J. POWER,
GEO. P. THOMAS, BUSH Y 11. PERKINS,
GEORGE HARLAN WILLIAMS,
a t f Secretary.
PQUI rA B i.F. FiRE INSURANCE
1-i SOCIETY.
CUA R 7 Eli PUREE TV A L.
OFFICE, No. V) SOUTH STREET.
THE BALTIMORE EQUITABLE SOCIETY will Insure
HOUSES and FURNITURE from LOSS OR DAMAGE BY
FJ RE. at very tdicnp 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 ca<h dividend of twenty-eight per cent.
The public are ri <p'-etfully inv.ited to call at the office,
No. 19 SOUTH STREET, where the principles on which
the Society insure will lie fully explained.
DIRECTORS:
THOMAS KELSO, BENJAMIN* DEFORD
WILLIAM KENNEDY, SAMUEL KIRBY,
HENRY RIEMAN, MICHAEL WARNER
JAMES FRAZIER, DANIEL DAIL,
CHARLES R. CARROLL, ROBERT A. DOBBIN,
AUSTIN JENKINS, DANIEL WARFIELD.
FRANCIS A. CROuK, Treasurer.
HUGH n. JONES, Secretary. fe24-Iy*
r* ui I<; < AIKA R W ksfk RA'Y'MARI NE)
JL INSURANCE COMPAN Y
OF NE tV YORE.
Authorized Ca]utal $5,000,000
Cash Capital ((t'rra,/,, paid in) *1.000,000
Surplus Fund ( represented by scrip) 560.000
Assctts Jan. 1,1558 2.276,000
This Company combines the advantages of the mixed
plan (so long and profitably practiced bv the b-st Life In
surance Companies in Europe) bl.-nding the desirable re.
curity of a large Ctu:h Cental, with a liberal return of the
profits to its customers.
All Marine and Inland risks insured on most favorable
terras.
Rini'n LATHERS, Prest. JNO. A. P ARKER, Ist V. Prest.
DOUGLAS Ron IN SON. Sec'y. J. F. Cox, 2d do.
COLIN MA<JKI*'N7.IE, ,\gent in Daltimore,
fe23-tf (Mtiee Commercial Buildings.
jUlltK INUIJiIAiXCE AGF.iNCY.
-A (iEOUOE !!. ('OA I.E.
00MME11CIAL BUILDINGS, (iAY STREET,
AGF.NT WITn FtllL roWKKS FOB THE
HAUTKORD KIR E INST'K A.VCK. COM ['ANY
C ts!i Capital $5(10,000
no:,JE INSURANCE CO. OK NEW YORK CITY,
Cash Capital $590,000.
NORTH AMERICAN' FIRE JN'S. CO. OF HARTFORD,
Cash Capita! (300,000.
Property of ail kinds in TOWN or COUNTRY insured at
the most'reaeonrhlo terms.
15ALTIMOKE JJFE INSU\iANCE COMi'ANV.
No- 15 SOUTH STREKT,
IXCORPORATE!) IN 1830— Charter Perpctuul*
JOHN T. DONALDSON, President.
PjpHlS COMPANY prnposps to insure lives
JL 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 he 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
|7< 111 K A.XD LIFE INSURANCE
A OFFICE, -VO. 63 SE CORD STREET,
BALTIMORE.
JOHN G. PROUD & SONS,
Representing Crmpnnies of the highest starotivg, Tsith targe.
Cush Capitals. Poticiet issued, anil Losses paid at
the Agency.
-ETNA INSURANCE CV,of liar'tford, Conn. $1,500,000
PIKEN'IX " " " " 350,000
SPRINGFIELD " Springfield, Mass. 375.000
fe22-tf
A SSOCiATEI) KIR EM E.N'S INSUII
XX. A NCR OFFICE. No. 4 SOi'TH STREET,
OPEN DAILY for the INSURANCE OK ALL DESCRIP
TION'S OF PROPERTY WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE
CITY.
JOHN R. MOORE, President.
DIRECTORS.
JAMES GETTY, Meclmnicaiy J. C. WHEEDEN, Columbian,
GEORGE HARM.YN, Union , J. TRUST, First Jlnftimore,
NOAH WALKER, FrU•wlship 1 FRANCIS BURNS, United,
J. T. FARLOW, Di'pfford, JAMF.S YOUNG, Franklin,
ALLEN PAINE, J. REASON, JR Washington,
SAMUEL KIRK, Independent, LANCASTER GULP, Patapsco,
R. C. MASON, Vigilant, F. A. MILLER, Howard\
WM. A. HACK, X'-w Market , JAS. A. ]{RUCE. Watchman,
JAS. 11. GEORGE, SR., Pioneer Jos. C. BOYD, Lafayette
Book and Ladder Co. No. '
5 22 tf. JOHN DUKEHART. Secretary.
MARINE AND INLAND INSURANCE.
NNILE SUN MUTAL INSIJRANf'fiS
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. NF.ILSOX, Press't.
A. BEATON, V. Pros't J. WHITF.HF.AD, Sec.
C. OLIVER O'DOXNELT.. Agent in Baltimore.
fe22-ly. No. 51 EXOHARSZ PLACI.
]\TATIONAL FIRE INSLTRANCE COM-
PA NY OF BALTIMORE.
IncorjKrated lv the
STATE OF MARYLAND, 1849.
OFFICE NO. 13 SOUTH STREET.
TH E COM PA NY IN SFR ES EV FRY
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. SEIDENSTPJCKFR,
President.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Allen A. Chapman, |William Woodward,
Henry M. Bash, George Bartlett,
Win. Heald, jAdam Denmead,
John W. Ross, 1 Josepli W. Jenkins,
Edward J. Church, Thomas M. Sullivan,
Job Smith, George Small.
JOHN R. MAG RUDER,
fe26 tf Secretary.
WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, &c.
V T BAKER F.ROTHKRS k CO.,
.VIM. 32 and 34 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
Importers of French and Manufacturers of Baltimore
WJXDOW GLASS* DREG GISTS' GLASS
WARE, VIA LS, BOTTLES, JAItS,
FLA SKS, E TO.
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.
IJOGGS, COTTMA N & (JO.,
2 Nos. 44 and 46 LOMBARD STREET,
OPPOSITE PUBLIC STORES,
BALTIMORE.
IMPORTERS OP
WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, SKGARS, Ac.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DOMESTIC LIQUORS, CO R DIALS, Ac.
Cognac A Rochelle Brandies. Old Rye Whiskey, of differ-
Pale and Dark. ent qualities
Holland Gin. German Tonic Bitters.
Jamaica & Santa Cruz Rum. Peach, ")
Scotch and Irish Whiskey. Cherry,
Madeira, Sherry. Port Lis- Lavender, I n
bon, Malaga, ChanipagnetUaspberry, \ a es *
and Claret Wines. Blackberry, |
Havana A Principe Segars. Ginger, J
jy29-tf Cordials, various quali ties.
V\J M. ('. ROBINSON,
T No. 81 BOWI.Y'S WHARF, B ALTIMORE,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HANI),
ivrrrrir HE WILL SELL AT LOWEST MARKET
PRICKS,
WINTER AN'D FALL SPERM OIL, 1
'• ELEPHANT OIL, BLEACUF.D
" " SOLAR OIL, } AND l'N
" " PATENT OIL, BLEACHED
" " LARD OIL, j
MACHINERY, LUBRICATING & CYLINDER SPERM
OIL.
NORTH-WEST COAST WHALE OIL.
STRAITS. BANK AND SHORE TANNERS' OIL.
SPERM AND ADAMANTINE CANDLES
jy22-ltf ASSORTED SIZES
QTORAGE AND WHARFAGE:
k5 PATAPSCO WAREHOUSES, CANTON".
STORAGE on ground floors IN FIRE PROOF WARE
HOUSES, for 10.000 tons Guano, Salt or Sugar at moder
ate rates and WHARFAGE for largest ships with 25 feet
water. Apply to
GEORGE A. WILLIAMS.
ieS-tf No. fi Duean's Building.
RPHE OLD DOMINION COFFEE I ; ;>I
.1. make? better Coffee than it is possible to obtain in any
other way—because, by an ingenious but simple arrange
ment, the housekeeper may boil her Coffee for any length
of time without loss of Aroma, thus securing all the ele
ments of the Coffee iu their natural and proportional com
bination. ALFRED H. RKIP,
aul7-tf No. S3 1 7 Baltimore st.
WEST & J EVEN-S,
IM FORT ERS, MAXUFACTURERS,
AN!) DEALERS IN
GAS FIX T IT 11ES ,
Of every Description,
JSo. 206 Baltimore Street,
BALTIMORE
Gs iPi pes introduced into p üblic and private buildings
t best manner and on the most pleasing terms,
mrll-tf
"KEMOVAI:!
DR. GEORGE E. DONALDSON,
VI yfl (M B. C. Y. 8., London.)
YE TEIIIXA R V S VR GE OX,
Has removed to
FAYETTE ST., BETWEEN NORTH AND CALVERT.
TFTE DISEASES OF HORSES and all other domesticated
animals, receive pr. nipt attention and scientific treatment.
His celebrated OINTMENT for Spavins, Splints, Ring
bones, and all bony enlargements; Curbs, Distemper,
Chronic Cough, kc., &c., and Veterinary Medicines of
every description, warranted genuine anil properly pre
pared, can at all times he had at his office; or forwarded to
any part of the country on receipt of cash.
N. B.—DR. DONALDSON can also he consulted by let
ter, enclosing one dollar, upon all diseases connected with
his profession, when the proper mo>te of treatment arid the
proper medicine to that amount will be immediately for
warded. State the symptoms clearly &iul carefully, and
how the medicine is to be sent—as Liquids cannot be
transmitted through the Post. au2o-tf
BOOTS AND SHOES.—I.-.i io cases
BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS, now in store, and
for sale by the case, at factory prices, by
JOHN C. BALDERS7ON,
Commission Merchant,
Hnr No. 14 Hanoier st.
PHOENIX SPICE MILLS;
WAREHOUSE 58 SOUTH STRES
WM. H. CRAWFORD & CO.,
PROPRIETORS,
Offer to the wholesale trade of this city the Snuts and Wett
GOODS of equal quality and price on same terms as any
other house in the United states fe22-tf
REAL ENGLISH VELVET CARPET
INGS.—BeautifuI Patterns. $1.25 per yard.
Elcgant'4-4 VELVET and BRUSSELS TAPESTRY.
TAPESTRY and BRUSSELS,from 62c. to SI .OO.
3 PLY, INGRAIN and VENETIAN, (very low.)
Oil Cloths, Druggets, Mats, Rugs, kc , Housekeeping Dry
Goods, Domestics, Full'd Cloths and Blankets,
Gents' wear and Ladies Dress Goods.
BOYSTON RRO'S.,
slB-lm 81 West Baltimore st.
HA II DW A RE.— Manufacturers'
Agents for the sale of all kinds of AMERICAN and
FOREIGN HARDWARE. HISS & COLE,
e22 tf 27 k 88 South Charles street
srg 6DOi)S,
SEPTEMBER IATH.
1-5 KAIL OPENISO OF
P.TCH AND HKAUTIFUL I'P.Y GOODS.
Comprising oil tln' newio t and most attractive styles
lnSll.lv ROBKS, A TABl.IUl"
KOHLS, A I.KZ:
KDBES, A DOUBLE JUPE;
STT.KS, by the yard in ureal variety.
AN... a complete assortment of
PRINTED MERINOS;
DELAINES;
POPLINS;
Ml.'HN'O PLAIDS;
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES;
POILE DE CIIEVRES;
SHAWLS;
I* iili a complete stock of
MOI'BNING GOODS;
To which we trill be adding ail the novelties of the season.
P- S.—A hire.- and well selected stock of Housekeeping
and DOMESTIC GOODS. Also, a full assortment of
< I.oIHS and OASSIMEKES, for Men's and Bov's wear,
si:; WROTH & FHLLERTON, 85 Baltimore at.
IF OSIER Y.
A S- AMOS LOYEJOY & CO..
19 5 /.' A I. T1 M 0 R E STItE ET,
Have received a large asso. tm.-nt of KALI, AND WIN
1 Kit HOSIERT . sneli as Shaker Knit Shirts nn.l Draw
ers, Hose. Arc. AII sorts and sizes of Merino I'nder shirts
and Drawers for Men, lanlies ami Children; Gloves, Sus
penders, Crava's, Collars, I'ins, Needles, Tapes, Hooks and
Eyes, Bobbins, Threads. Sewing Silks. Boston and Wool
W adding. \ arns, Douglass k Sherwood's Steel Skirts,
Knitting Cottons, &c., &e., wholesale ,k Retail at 19a Bal
timore street between Light and Charles, Baltimore, Mary
land. s2 tf
jofllts ;ufo
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
CUSHINGS it BAILEY,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
262 BALTIMORE STREET.
Oder for sale at low prices the largest and most complete
assortment of
LAW, MEDICAL, CLASSICAL
AND
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY,
be found in the city.
They respectfully "invite an examination of their Stock.
Orders attended to promptly. fe22-tf.
BLANK I'.OOK, PAPER AND
ST A TK) XK K V \V AII EllO US E,
SAMUEL E- TURXEB,
No. 3 SOUTH CHARLES STREET
I IAS ON HAND A VERY SUPERIOR
S R. Rssortni'-nt of PAPER, STATIONERY ami BLANK
AUCOX Nl' BOOKS. Aimmg his stock will he found
NN KITING and LETTER PAPERS, both domestic and
foreign, of all the most approved manufacturers.
NOTE PAPERS—RuIed ami 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
At AX. WATERS, LEAD and SLATE PENCILS, INK
STANDS. etc., &c.
'NlC—Writing and Copying, of all the best makers,
LETTER COPYING PRESSES, PORTFOLIOS, PORTE
MOXXAIKS, See., &e.
Also, a large assortment of WRAPPING PAPER.
I* LA A IXG CARDS, PRINTERS' do., See., See., all at low
prices.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS will do well to call.
fe22-tf.
Sflter SSart Jttodtg, fa.
WATCHES! WATCHES] U ATCHES!
THE LONDON WATCH .V JEWELRY STORE !
1 ■''J Jtallimr.rr Street.
Is tin- best place in the city P, buyagnod reliable WATCH
or piece of jewelry, or t liafc a'fine Watcli repaired.—
Watches that never went accurately before have boon pro
nouncoil time keepers, after passing through ALEX AX
DER'S hands. J. ALEXAXDER, j
formerly of J. M. FRENCH,
nul l tf Royal Exchange, London.
AJIIVV PLATED <JH)!)S—
--i-1 CAN FIELD, BROTHER it CO.,
220 R A T.TIM OLE STREET,
Arc r.ow opening all the now styles of plated COFFEE
and TEA SETS, plated URNS, BASKETS, KETTI.KS,
|> utter Boats, Sugar Baskets, Salt Cellars, SPOONS,
IORKB, LAOLES, CASTuRS, .kt\, \e., and for sale at the
lowest prices. apß-tf
New pea he jewelry—
CAN FIELD, URO. d CO.,
229 BALTIMORE STEEET.
Have just opened a complete assortment of ?E A R L
K W E 1. it V , consisting of full sets, Pins, Necklaces,
Ear Drops, Bracelets, &c.. newest styles. mr3l-tf 1
V c. CANFIELD. \\*. n. CAN FIELD. J. H. MEKEDLTLI, I
/ lANFIELD, BROTHER & CO.,
Vy IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS
AXP DEALERS IX
WATCHES. FIXE JEWELRY,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
MILITARY AND FANCY GOODS,
DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONES.
223 BALTIMORE STREET,
mr2fi-tf Baltimore.
G Y E O \v . W E iii!,
XJ _ GOLDSMITH AND .TEWEI.T.ER
S. E. corner of Baltimore and Charles street*.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
FIXE WATCHES, RICH J EWELRY,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE I
A N II
FIXE FANCY ARTICLES.
tsfr Every attention paid to tlie n jiair and manufacture
of Jewelry. Fine watches repaired by experienced work
moll. mrlß-tf
potognphir.
W DAVIS,
11 . AMBROTYPE AXD PHOTOGRAPH
GALLERY.
X 1.121 BALTIMORE STREET,
aulG Tin three doors above South, Baltimore. !
I W. PERKINS,
3 . HAGUE RREIA JT
AXD AMBROTYPE GALLERIES,
211 and 217 BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR CHARLES,
apl-fim Haiti more.
9()7 E. TUTTLE'S i)A7
/wU/AMBRO T Y P K S J /
A N D PHOTO C R AP IT S,
207 BALTIMORE STREET,
apl-f>m Baltimore,
HH. CLARK'S
• AMBROTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPTT GALLERY
No. 23 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
( Corner Centre. Market Space J
ap2-6mos Baltimore.
Cml.
O M. KRAUSER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN A NTH R A TIT K COAL,
From the very best mines in Pennsylvania.
YARD —North street, opposite N. C. R. R. Depot.
OFFICE —. # 51) South street.
lbs. to the ton, given in all cases. 522 tf
COIARLES GIL.MOR IC CO.,
J DEALERS IN
ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COALS.
Office, No. 2:t Law Buildings.
We have now on hand ami are constantly receiving AN
Til RACIT E COAL from the mines, for furnace and
cooking purposes, which we will sell at the lowest rates.
(Mir stock embraces—
BLACK DIAMOND, iSITORT MOUNTAIN,
LOCFST (JAP, ITREYORTOX.
COAL MOUNTAIN, 'LEHIGH,
I.YKENS VALLEY, BROAD MOUNTAIN,
LORBERRY, jCUMBERLAXI) COAL. 1
We have on hand and will be 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.
Co's. Coal, or any other in market, in every respect. The
best quality of Coal for Furna< * $5.25 per ton of 2.240 lbs.
Cooking Coal at $5 p*r ton of 2,240 lbs. Cumberland Coal
for sale by the carload, cargo or single ton, at lowest
rates. Orders through the P. o. attended to. aulG
JMOAL !
COAL I
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. McCULLOrOH,
Coal and Wood Dealer.
OlTice—N W. corner Pratt and Fremont streets.
44 N. W. corner Park and Fayette streets.
Wharf—foot Eutaw street.
KINDLING WOOD]
KINDLING WOOD !
i am now preparing on my wharf, by steam power,
SAWED AND SPLIT OAK AND PINE WOOD, which I 1
will sell and deliver free of charge at TEN PER CENT. 1
less than any dealer in the citv.
JOHN G. McCULLOUGH,
Office—Pratt and Fremont streets.
44 Park ami Fayette streets.
L\R<)OD! WOOD!
▼ ▼ OAK AND PINE WOOD without being sawed
and split, for sale at prices as low as can be purchased at
Light street, or other wharves in the citv.
JOHN G. McCULLOUGH. j
Office—Pratt and Fremont streets.
" Park and Fayette ftreets, aulO-tf
t CUMBERLAND COAL.
I By cargo or car-load, at the lowest market price, by
STEPHEN S. LEE,
aulO A 5o South Gay st.
/1O A L AG ENC Y . The under
V_y signed having been appointed AGENT for the sale of
the "BOSTON COAL COMPANY'S" COAL, is now pre
pared to otter this superior COAL in such quantities as
in ay he desired, at the reduced price of FIVE DOLLARS
PER TON of 2,240 lbs., delivered in any part of the city. |
The Mine is situated in Wyoming Valley, near Wilkes
barre. I'a. The COAL is "PURE WHITE ASH," burning |
thoroughly, and leaving nothing but ashes. It has been 1
tested by many of our most reliable citizens and manu
facturers, who ALL testify that it is the best COAL they
hare ever burned.
It is guaranteed to be free from bone and Slate or any ;
other impurities, and to give entire satisfaction to the pur- 1
chaser.
As I shall sell no other Anthracite Coal , than that from i
the "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- j
LAND and other BITUMINOUS COALS, at the lowest !
market prices, cither by cargo or single ton, and respect- 1
fully solicit orders, which shall be attended to promptly ,
and carefully. TIIOS. R. BASSFORD,
auT-Omos No. South street. i
COAL! COAL 11 COAL tit
IF DWARD A. ROBINS,
1A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
ANTHRACITE AND CUMBERLAND GOAL,
OFFICE, No. 7 SUN IRON BUILDING,
BALTIMORE.
YARD-CORNER EDEN AND LOMBARD STS.
All orders left at our Office will be promptly attend
ed to. nu.'l-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, de ,
liveraMe in any part of the city at the very low prices of j
from $5 to $5.50 pur ton of 2,240 pounds. Consumers will
please call at the YARD. No. 7S NORTH near PLEASANT
STREET, and examine for themselves.
HUDSON & O'LEARY,
78 North street, !
au4-tf Baltimore. ,
t~ IGAL! COAL!! COAL !!!
J The undersigned, appointed Agents of the BOSTON
CoAL COMPANY, situate in the Wyoming Valley, near 1
Wilksharre, Pa., are prepared to contract for or to sell an y
quantity of ANTHRACITE COAL from said mine.
The quality of the Coal Is not excelled by any hard Coal i
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 v ry reasonable prices, and
which they would V oleased to have purchasers examine :
and test. They are authorized to guarantee the quality •
of the Coal to give satisfaction, as also to be free of bone
and slate. HALL & LONEY,
jyß-3m 50 Buchanan's wharf.
CI O A L.
/ CUMBERLAND COAL of tlic best rjnnlity, from the 1
American Company's anil other mines in the George's
Creek Valley, constantly for sale by the cargo or car load
STICKXEY k CO.,
ap24-tf Exchange I'lace.
CKAS. FORSTEK,JB. • WM.B.SLAOK.
COAL.
FORSTER & SLACK,
QTIfPPERS AND DEALERS IN ALL
OKINDS 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, 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 fgb22 tf.
OAM,SON CARISS & CO.,
C 5 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, LOOKIXO-GLASS PLATES, PLATED
WARE, TABLE CUTTLERY, FORKS, SPOOXS, Ac., !
with a great variety of ENGRAVINGS, PAINTINGS, and
WORKS OF ART, generally.
au!3 3m 140 BALTIMORE ST. >
1 ousts, fo, for Salt anb Start.
tibTTNTING-RdOM FOR RENT on 2d
J floor of Warehouse, 79 Bowly's Wharf, two doors be
| low the Corn and Flour Exchange.
J. F. MILLER k CO.,
s ' J ™ 79 Bowly's wharf*
DUILDING LOTS.- I liH(PEETBUIO>
-INC FRONT op Jefferson, Wolfe, Fayette, Castle,
Chester, Cboptank and McElderry streets, of various
depth, all high and level ground. For sale or lease l\
„ f GEO. L.HARRISON,
_ a,l 2 ltr gO'Donnell s Wharf.
LAND FOR SAUK.- A
flfi'tyc? -H. KAKM of 1.-100 acres, one of 375 acres,
£3r 7 J IL I m&SL. 200 acres, 450 aercs, 350 acres, 473 acres,
-- J ~z£2r=±±i- 1-5 acres, 376 acres, 180 acres, 145 aeres
290 acres, 303 acres, 123 aeres, 120 acres, 176 acres, 150
acres, 375 acres, with many others in Maryland and Vir
ginia: for particulars enquire of MARTIN GOLDSBOIt-
OUGH, Gen. Agent, No. 42 North Calvert st.
I'. S.—Also many fine animals of the different breeds of
horses, cattle, sheep and hogs. sls tf
RENT.—WAitE'HOUBE, No.
27 Hanover street, between German and Lombard
streets, at present occupied by S. S. Stevens 4 V:
Sons. It has a large hack building suitable fr storage.
For terms apyly to EDWD. FA KXANDIS, No. 43 llano
ver street, or R. 11. MITCHELL, corner of Lombard and
South ; treets. mfieo-tf
FOR SALK Oil RUNT.—A v.-ry
r "'a convenient HOUSE, 011 the north side of MONU
/"*' MKNT STREET, between St. Raul and Calvert,
wily be put in complete order to please a fashionable
family. Possession given by the 12th of June.
Enquire at H. c. DALLAM'S,
No. 29 St. Paul Street,
„„ , .1. W. MYERS,
my26-eotg No. 42 N, Howard street,
ritr Ijo WAI; I) ANO fAIMHARD ST.
PROPERTY KOR SALE
*8 -TOnNSTON, BROTHERS & CO., Bankers, 198 Bal
timore street, offer for sale, upon very liberal terms—
AO. I.—Dwelling-house No. 15 S. Howard st.
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.
N°- j. —Dwelling-house No. 21 S. Howard st.
No. s.—Dwelling-house No. 23 S. Howard st.
No. 6.—Dwelling-house No. 164 Lombard st., one door
west of Howard, with depth to Cider Alley.
No. 7. Dwelling-house No. 10G Lombard st., with dentil
to Cider Alley.
No. B.—Fnimprovcd lot of ground on Pratt st.. between
Scott and Parker sts.
This property, being sold to close the estate of the late
Thomas D. Johnston, Esq., will be offered on liberal terms.
A long credit will be granted, and a portion of the pur
chase money may permanently remain as a lien on the
property. For further information, apply at our Banking
Hons... (anlT) JOHNSTON, BROTHERS ft CO.
'"p FOR RENT,—House No. 90 Mc-
street. Rent S3OO per year; enquire at
No. 29 North Gay st. aul3-tf
() ! ;'L |( :U FOR RENT.—Fine large OF-
V> hit h on 2d floor, corner of North and Baltimore sts.
Apply at 50 South Gay street. auG-tf
RENT.—The FRONT ROOMS on
* second floor of CARROLL HALL, corner of Balti
more and Calvert streets. Apply to
K. SX'OWDEN ANDREWS,
Jyl lf No. BCarroll Hall.
"fteff I'Lll LENT.—Tin- House No. 1(31
Mil! WKS ? PRATT STREET, recently fitted up in
c superior style, with fixtures complete as a restau
rant and dwelling. Apply to
J. CROSBY k SON,
16 Bowly's Wharf.
ffrKOli SALE.—DWELLING HOUSE
-Mill !* LOT \O. 219 West Lombard street, opposite
~~~~ Medical College. Lot 31 feet front and rear, 170 feet
deep to ;iri alley; hou c e 25 by about ninety feet, including
BACK Bi ILDING, three stories high, with all modern fix
tures. Stable in the rear sufficient for five carriages, 5
horses and 8 tons hay. Property in fee. Apply to
J. CROSBY k SON,
je2s-tf 15 Bowly's Wharf,
Oil SALE () 1 1 Ij EA SE.—Two very eii
gible BI ILDING LOTS on Madison Avenue, between
Hoffman and Dolphin streets. For terms, 4 kc., inquire at
the office of the IA ILY EXCITA NG E. ma2s-tf
FOR SAJLE.—House No. 80 McCullok
- ,s?t,, eet —a commodious and well-built House, in
perfect repair and with every modern convenience.
Apply to GEORGE A.WILLIAMS,
tf No. 141 Hoffman Street.
TpOR SALE OR LIPASE.—'THE LOT
-•*- OF GROrXD.N. W. corner Calhoun and McHenry
streets, 157 feet on Melb nry and IliO 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,
9!L tf 10 Commerce st.
FO It SA li E—The Superior Three
JJjjJjj! Story DWELLING No., 200 North Charls street,
hey>nd Eager. Having a large Three Story BACK
BI'ILDIXG, with WASH HOUSE and BATJI ROOMS,
WATER 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 En taw Street,
mrlß-tf Opposite B. .v O. R. R. Depot.
SALE.—Six anil a half acres on
. Franklin and Oregon i-treots for $45,000: 30 acres on
Gay, John. Hoffman and other streets for $30,000; 40 acres,
quarter mile from the city limits, on the Harford road, for
$4-1.000; over $115,090 of Laud on West Baltimore, Favctte
Mount, Fulton, Monroe and other streets at half the present
leasing prices; 1.200 acres in Baltimore Connty that will
pay t-n per cent, on the investment, $80,000; 18 acres, half
mile from the city, near Charles street, handsome improve
ments, $36,000; 478 acres, in Baltimore county, with fine
improvements, s.'{o,ooo 20G acres, five milesbeyond Towson
town $20,000: COS acres; at Cockoysville Depot'in lots to suit
or will be sold in one tract, for $61,000 450 acres in Carroll
county, with splendidimprover.u nts, includingstock,utcn
sils, \e., 50.000; 113 acres one and half mile from the city
limits, $22,600; 1,070 acres near iVrrymansvi'le Depot, $37-
030, ami near the same De]ot, 442 acres for $7,500; Indian
tow ii 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 UXIM I'R >VEI>
LANDS, from 50 cts. to $3 per acre. Farms in different
counties of Maryland, at all prices, for sale—city property
ami stocks in many cases taken in exchange. HOUSES at
all prices. GROUND RENTS, small and large. Money
loaned on Mortgage, in sums over SI,OOO. Apply to
J A MES BOYD 26 St. Paul street
f.flbatro.
iVl ANrKArTL ' ,lKI) T (, n.\ ( vo.
•'Rip-van Winkle," lbs.'"A. H. Aitken," lbs.
u Thos. Staples," 44 ''John Wilsou," i%
"J. 11. F. Mayo," light "Bill Hixon," u
pressed, 4; 'Allen," u
"E. Pry." " "Langhorne & Sons"
14 E. Mali," 4i nectar 44
J. A. Lansfonl k Bro.. " A. T. Holland, ' 44
"Thomas S. Keen," OK 44 S. G. Thomson, 4 *
S.Harper, 44 Geo. Cooper & Co., 6 and
John Linton, silver twist 12 in twist
John Keen. Jr.. 4 * B. IT. Carter k Co.. 6
A. Jones, Rough & Ready 44 and 10 in "
•'no. Thomas, 44 Keen k Moorman, 44
Red Rover, lbs Sultana ball,
A. G. Saunders, 44 Atwood, % lbs
T. L. Orton, 12's[ W. Ligon, 44
A. G. Saunders, s's & 12V Atwood, s's & 12's
Young k Bur well, s's k 10's Thus. Leonard, s's
44 T. Forney,'" lbs. Young .X Wimbish, 10's
F (\t sale by JOHN P. PLEASANTS A: SON,
S2I TT A 62 South st.
VTANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
JL Thos. J. Martin's line fluecured lb., half l>oxe.
Lone Star, lbs. J. S. Turner, lbs.
J.J.Crittenden, 44 J. M. Dillanl,
Brice Thomas, 44 J. 11. Wilson, 44
G. S. Gravely, 4 * B. T. Presson, 44
.1. Caidwell, 14 J. Brook, 44
A.Wins, 44 A.Dixon, 44
Queen of May, 44 Luke Brown, 44
Tobacco Queen. 44 A. Turner, 44
Ferguson, Hatcher & Co. 44 Allen k Knight, 44
M. T Anderson, 44 John Gibhs, 4 *
Pilkinton's Planter's Pride, light pressed, lbs.
do. do. Daughter, do. do.
A. It. Courtney's "Rosenneath," do. do.
S. S. Law's Extra Hue cured Twist.
Thos. 11. Allen, bright 7'sj-Qiipping 10's,
A. It Courtney, s's &lo's|Sinuking Lot,
A. & G. Maxwell, s's & l0's ( Bbls. and boxes.
Received per steamboat, and for sale by COURTNEY &
CQSUING. 65 S. Gay st. sIC-tf
IyjANUFACTI "RED TOIJACCO.
POUNDS.
W. N. Shelton, Y. & E. P. Jones, L. H. Powell,
I Keokuk, J. P.Jones, Leftwich Cross,
' Allen k Knight, M. Burlcy, Wild Rose,
j Cornerstone, S. G. Holly, M. T. Anderson,
L. 11. Ferguson, Marshall A: Logan,.). Scott,
Fisher, J.A.Clay, Belle Creole,
Van Amburgh, S. E. White, Duncan,
' \V. Albordo, Superior, Bill Jlickson,
I Planters' Choice, J.Travis, Samuel Ward,
K. 11. Lewis, Star of Franklin, R. D. Burks,
J. 0. Preston, T. A. Gibbs, She 1 ton k Clay,
S. Cross, Turner, Lone Star.
J. C. Ferguson, Murivll & Burks, Natural Bridge,
j I'.dm'd Hale, Jew Tang, Nutmeg,
• ('. T. \V ills, Tyreana, People's Favorite,
J. Mason, Thos. H. Allen, Wighcocomico,
P.Bell, Julia Ann, Chickahominy,
i G. T. Pace k Son, John D. Long. M. M. Fisher.
HALF POUNDS
Our Country, 1 Daughter of the Nonpareil,
1 Carter Jackson, | Regiment, Consoler of Man.
'Chickahominy,
FIVES.
Carter Jackson, (Chickahominy, (Consoler of Man,
Sydenham, (Our Alice, [J. V. Knight.
TENS.
i Sydenham, Coiner, 'May Apple,
; C. Jackson, Chickahominy, Lizzie llatton and
i Roanoke, Cyrus \V. Field, , Sister.
FANCY.
! ITeliatrope, I Sultana, | Apricot.
TWISTS IN* HALF BOXES.
! Wm. Son, Mollie Pace, |J. Anderson,
• T. S. Slade, Jew Tang, V. k E. P. Jones,
1 Cornerstone, A. Slade.
R. k B. IN KEGS.
;G. P. Pace, |D. P. Witcher, | G.J. Trotter.
In store and for sale by
WARWICK, FRICK k BALL,
j sD tf No 60 South street
! JYJANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
POUNDS.
.T. Wilkinson Esmeraldo Taliaferro and
Jenny Lind J. B. Gaddess Massie
i Bill llixon J. Richardson Everett.
I P. Pugh Sam Ward
! Eclipse Gold Leaf
HALF POUNDS,
j Nation's Pride (Washington (Don Juan.
People's Favorite
FIVES k TENS.
1 Russell & Robinson Sun Flower tTTodevah
Ellen Glenn (James Piper John Stanley.
FANCY STYLES,
! Apricot | Lusuria del | Banana.
! Lyle Maxwell I Popolo
JAMES THOMAS' BRANDS.
Virgin lbs. Lump j I Jewel of Ophir I Eldorado
Diadem Twist | Twist.
For sale by J. LYLE CLARKE & CO.,
• ao3o tf 119 West Lombard st.
1%/TANUFAC M RED TOBACCO
J I*.A POUNDS.
; Jno. P. Labby, J;is. Williams,
W. B. Millner & Son, Best by Far,
! J. K. Millner, W. H. Smiley,
i Pioneer. Kudora,
Richardson, National,
i W. F; Flippen, Tobacco Queen,
B. T. Ilenry, iC. S. Pearson,
; Christian s Comfort, j Morton,
Bidgood, 11. F. Martin,
; Leftwich, X 'A. C. Turnley,
! John Tahb, W. Eddy,
S. M. Manning, Continental.
FIVES AND TENS,
i Russell & Robinson, Alexander,
J Kcime, Robinson k Co., Hob Temple,
Zenohia, N. P. Wells, Bright,
Jno. W. Priddy, Sherwood,
! W. IT. Smiley, :W. Long,
1 Christian's Pine Apple, E.S.Thompson,
! Do. G. F. Roval, Pantheon,
Do. C. S. Pearson, A. C. Turnley,
Gilrnan. Lyon & Brodnax, jManderson,
J. C. Brock, i Isaac Newton,
A. E. Crutchfield, IXL,
J. McDowell, Waverly.
HALF POUNDS.
Christian's Pine Apple, IPhil Primus,
Do. Nation's Pride, Jobbers Delight,
Olive Branch, A. C. Turuley,
Laurel Branch, ; Bidgood,
Shiloh, (Filla and Ida,
Forest Rose, (Rising Sun,
Blair k Burch, Havelock,
National Guard, Jan. Douglas,
Brown, (Bright,) J. It. Melton,
Temptation, Norton, (Bright.)
T. Dabney, ,
FANCY STYLES.
Christian's Kiss Me Quick, I Powhatan Spun,
Dewberry Spun, | Venable,
. P. D. Trotter's Rough k W. B. Millner k Son Rough
! Ready Twist, | k Ready Twist.
Pancake and Foil Twist in kegs and caddies, Powhatan
Pipes and Smoking Tobaccos. In store and for sale by
AKM IST HAD, KIGGS k CO.,
au4 tf 57 Exchange Place.
FOR SALE, —One superior
PLANO—very little used. Apply at No
U ll M IF u 34 Aisquith street. aus-dtf
public Saks.
LEMM()\ ik HROGDE\
BUCHANAN'S WHARF.
ON FRIDAY. OUTORER Ist, at II o'- I
clock, at the auction stores on Buchanan's wliarf the '
cargo of tlie"()|ien Sea," from St. Johns, viz- '
944 HHDS - t'- K-SUGAR;
J BBLS. DO. DO.
(|j J HIIDS. F.iU. MOLASSES.
S2B fits I.EMMON'k RROGDEN, Auct'r.
BY GiIHSU.V & CO.
TRUSTEE'SSALE.-Rv virtue of
an order of the Superior Court of Baltimore city,
paesed tlie 17tli day of September, 1858, the un
dersigned, as Trustee of Joel F. Counccll, will sell at the
Exchange Sales. Rooms, 19 S. Gay street on MONDAY,
October 11, at 1 o'clock, P. to the highest bidder for
account, and riskoftiie former purchaser, E. V. Davis,
who has failed to comply with the terms of sale.
ALL THAT LOT OK PARCEL OF illtiilJND, described
as follows, viz : Beginning at the north-west corner of
Lexington and Schroc-der streets, fronting 17 feet on Lex
ington street, with a depth of 88 feet ti inches, (inclusive
of a,i foot alley) 011 Schroeder street, with the buildings
1 ",'?o'-' In ,' n,s consisting of a THREE STO
> . BUILDING, arranged for a STORE on the
ground floor, and dwelling above, and a comfortable back
building—subject to a ground rent or seventy dollars,
eighty-three and a third cents, payable semi annually
on the first day of January and July in each year.
• , rms ' "nc third cash, balance in four months, with
interest and approved security.
. .. „ IV. IV. GLENV,
Acting Executor John Glenn, dee'd
S2O-M. w. F. to. GIBBON & Co., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.—By virtue of
| an order of Court passed in relation to estates of 111-
' ''"'solvent Debtors, the undersigned as trustee will
sell on BATFRDAY, 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 Forest, or Taylor's
Forest, situate in Baltimore countv, near the Old Forge
Road, leading from the Old Rolling" Road to the Avalon !
IV orks. about three-fourths of a mile distant from Avalon i
and adjoins the lands of John Chandler Smith. There is
an old i.OG lILT 011 the premises, but no other improve
ments.
Terms of sale—One-half cash on 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. !
CEO. 11. WILLIAMS, Trustee. 1
GIBSON tt GO., Auctioneers.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE
Circuit Court for Baltimore city, passed on the 4th of
September, 1858, the undersigned, as Trustee, will offer '
for sale at the Kxchange Salesrooms, on MONDAY i
October 11th, at one o'clock 1\ M., one undivided :
moiety of the tract of land and improvements called "Kver
dale, situated iu the city of Baltimore, containing thirteen '
and a half aeres more or less, which was devised to Mary
Johns and Sarah W. Pottenger by the last will and testa
ment of Kcnsey Johns, bearing date the eighth day of De- i
ceniber, 1542, and recorded among the records in the Or- '
]>han's Court for Baltimore county in Liber D.M.P. 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 bear 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 the trustee.
Hi 1 -2aw3w&ds HEXRY V. D. JnIIXS.Jr., Trustee.
GIBSON & CO., Aucts!
MY CANNON & MATTHEWS.
UiRUSTKE'S RALE OF HOUSEHOLD
fi FURNITURE, ETC.
in pursuance of a general order of the Court of Common
Pleas, in relation to insolvent debtors, and by order of the
Trustee, we will s,-ll at our Auction Rooms. South Charles
street, on Til I KSDAY MORNING, 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, i
Bureaus, Washstands, Chamber Matting and Carpets, i
Mirrors, one Clock, Sideboard, OTIC Alabaster Stand, Bed
steads, and a general variety of Dining Room and Kitchen
Furniture. Terms cash.
JOHN T. MORRIS, Trustee. •
CANNON & MATTHEWS,
2aw2w&ds Auctioneers.
fgft TRUSTEE'S SALE.
jlj iiJi COUNTRY SEAT WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS i
J®* B ®- (I N MAI)I S0 N A V ENIT E .
Dy virtue of u decree of the Superior Court of Baltimore !
City, the undersigned, as Trustee, will sell on the premi
ses, at 4 o'clock .P.M., on WEDNKS DA Y AFT F.B X < >< >X.
the L'.th day of October next, that country seat known as
MELROSE, situated on Madison avenue, opposite the '
country seat belonging to Ahmzo Lilly, Esq., now occu :
pied by Alexander Shriver, Esq. The property binds on
the easternmost side of Madison avenue 213 feet, inches,
and runs through to Eutaw street, and is near the North
ern avenue. The improvements are a COMMODIOUS '
D\\ ELL ING, GOOD STABLING, anil out buildings, good
water, and unexceptionable neighborhood. The property
will be sold in parcels—to suit purchasers—through to
Eutaw street, or only to Morris alley, about 161 feet, if de
sired.
Terms of sale—one-third cash, balance in six and twelve '
months, with interest; or cash for the whole, at the option :
of the purchaser.
GEO. ir. WILLIAMS, Trustee, i
?21-2aw3w&ds CANNON k MATTHEWS. Aucts. !
QAI.E OF VALUABLE BUILDING
OLOTS ON WHETSTONE POINT.—TIie sul.seriber
will uffiT for s;ile at tlie Exeliange Sales room on W EDNKS
DAY, tlie 29th day of September, at 1 o'clock i'. M:
NINETEEN LOTS on Fort street, north aide, of fifteen
feet front each, with a depth ranging from 80 to 108 feet.
TEN LOTS on Fort street, of fifteen feet front each,
and with a depth of 100 feet.
TEN LOTS on a street in the rear of Fort street, fif
teen feet frouteaeli, with a depth nf 70 feet.
A plat of tlie property may be seen at tlie office of the un
dersigned.
Terms of sale are: One-fourth cash, and the remainder
in four, eight and twelve months, tlie credit payments to i
hear interest and to he secured bv approved endorsed *
notes. _ j. MALCOLM,
No. 27 Lexington street. ;
522 ts CANNON fc MATTHEWS, Auet'rs.
BY 11. GOVER.
GREAT SALE OF
VALUABLE PROPERTY
FRANKLIN SQUARE,
WAYERLY TERRACE,
LEXINGTON, FAYETTE, GILMOK, ST KICKER
TOWNSEND, SARATOGA. CAREY AND
IIIDGELY STREETS.
A T A U C TIO N.
29400 ACRES A oT LAND,
IN'
Alleghany County, Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia and i
North Carolina at l'ul>lic Auction.'
TO BE HOLD IN THE CITY OP BALTIMORE ON
WEDNESDAY, October 6th, ISSS,
AT ONE O'CLOCK, AT THE BALTIMORE EXCHANGE, NO. 19
SOUTH OAY STREET.
TRUSTEES' SALE.
The undersigned, Trustees of William G. Thomas, by '
virtue of an assignment in trust of all hi* property, for the
benefit of his creditors, dated the 18th of November, J857, |
and recorded among the I.and Records of Baltimore city,
in Liber E. D., No. 137, folio 255. ke.. will offer for sale at
public auction, at the Exchange, No. 9 South Gay street, 1
on WEI >X KS 1)A Y, the sixth day of Octol>er, at one o'clock
the following
DESIRABLE PROPERTY:
LEXINGTON ST. PROPERTY.
That LOT oF GROUND on the southeast corner of
Lexington and Carey streets, fronting on Lexington street j
(Franklin Square,) fifty feet, with u 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, j
with mastic front; Stabling and Carriage House in the rear; 1
being No. 11 Waverly Terrace. This lot is subject to a
ground rent of $720 per annum, redeemable at pleasure.
ALSO.
rl| FRANKLIN SQUARE PROPERTY.
That LOT OF GROUND on the south side of Fayette
street, "MulroseTerrace," fronting on Franklin Square
twenty-four feet seven and three eighths inches, with a
depth of one hundred and eighty feet to Park lane; begin
ning at the distance of two hundred and twenty-one feet,
six and three eighth inches westwardly, from the southwest
corner of Fayette and Cary streets. This lot is improved '
by a handsmne three sturv, brown stone front, DWEL
LING HOUSE, recently erected, with a four-story back i
building, being the fifth house from Cary street. This lot
is subject to a ground rent of S3OO per annum, redeemable
on the first of January, 1800, and a mortgage of $4,000,
due at the same date.
ALSO,
| ' ;ij| FAYETTE STREET PROPERTY.
.w4L That LOT OF GROUND on the south side of Fay
ette st., ''Melrose Terrace," fronting on Franklin Square
twenty four feet seven and three-eighths inches, wiih 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 iuch or thereabout westwardly
from the southwest corner of Fayette and Cary streets.
This lot is improved by a handsome throe-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 1
num. redeemable January Ist, 1800, and a mortgage of
$4,000 due the same date.
If./"The mortgage of $4,000 binding on the above pro- >
perty due January Ist, 1800.
Those TWO LOTS OF GROUND on Fayette street, i
"Melrose Terrace," fronting each on Franklin Square i
twenty-four feet, seven and three-eighths of an inch, with
a depth of one hundred and eighty feet each, to Park lane.
The first lot being on the southea t corner of Fayette and ;
Calhoun streets, and the other tlie lot adjoining thereto to
the eastward.
ALSO,
Bjjlj FRANKLIN SQUARE.
JfcK-JL That. LOT OF GROUND fronting on Franklin
Square, Lexington street, twenty-six fc l four inches,
with a depth of one hundred and fifty feet to Stockton al
ley. Improved by a four-story brick DWELLING 1101 SE,
mastic front, with a three-story Back Building and Stable.
Being No. 9 "Waverly Terrace."
This lot is subject to a ground rent of slfio per annum,
redeemable on the day of —, ami a mortgage of $5,000,
due Ist January, 1859.
A LS0 '
I. iijj GTLMOR STREET PROPERTY.
MfiiSL EIGHT lots OF GROUND on the last 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 f. et ten
inches on Gilmor street, with a depth of hundred ami fifty
seven feet to l'arrish alley.
ALSO.
[ ;;; rtricker street property.
lijLj. EIGHT LOTS OF GEO I XDon the west side of ,
Strieker street, beginning at the distance of one i
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.
jaj'. ALSO,
TOWNSEND STREET PROPERTY,
r.hll! FIVE LOTS OF GROUND on the north side of
Town send street, beginning on the north-west cor
ner of Townsend street and Argyle alley; thence west
wardly, fronting on Townseml street in all one hundred
aud thirty-five feet, with a depth of two hundred feet to a
twenty feet alley.
ALSO,
TO- SARATOGA AND CARY ST. PROPERTY,
fr-'jij! 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.
ridgely street property.
Ji.-I'UL THAT LOT OF GROUND beginning on the west
side of Ridgely street, at a point distant one hun
dred and fifteen feet southerly from the south-west side of
Wi st, formerly Hammond aud Ridgely streets; thence south
eight-five degrees, west two hundred and seventy feet;
thence south thirty eight degrees, east eighty feet; thence
south twenty six degrees, west five perches;'thence south I
forty-two and one half degrees, west twelve perches ;
thence south forty-seven and a half degrees; east ton and
, one half perches; thence south six degrees, east fourteen
perches, to the line of the west side of Kidgelv 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 Gas
Company, and binds on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail
: road.
ALSO,
; rcijjl ALT.EGANY t.axds,
I About 8,000 ACRES OF I.AXD in Allegany co.,
Maryland.
•fir—v ALSO,
y'lill TEXXF.SSEE I.AXDS.
JISMJa About 5,000 ACRES OF LAN DS in Carter co
I Tennessee, near Elizabeth Town. '
ALSO,
VIRGINIA I.AXDS,
i Al'Obt 10.000 acres Of LAXD in Virginia, Green!,riar ami
, Nicholas counties, o0 miles from Lewisburtr
ALSO,
sci NORTH CAROLINA LANDS.
; county seres o f I.AXJ> i„ North Carolina, Jackson
; nf T t'. e tormsnr sa ' ,< of t,le above property are: One-third
' ami au payn,enu to
GEORGE W. DORP.IX,
OSMUN I.ATROBK,
Trustees.
F. W. BENNETT k Co.,
, , , . . Auctioneers.
All deeds, plats and other japers may be seen at the
office of OSMUN LATROBE, where any desired informa
tion can be obtained.
F. W. BENNETT k Co.,
i s4-3tawtQl&dts Auctioneers.
IRON SAFE.—A good IRON SAFE for
sale by HENRY RIF.MAN & SONS. s2O "
jtoblic Mcs.
BY .\\ . lIKWETT * H).
FIRST CLASS DWELLING.
jijl 208 WEST I.EXISGTOS[STREET
-A- BETWEEN P E ABB A N IN E ,
AT AUCTION
r\ T> A v Seotember 28tlij it 1 o clock, at the
Me" E P xc h Y an ( fe eP lfl Houth Gay street we .hat, sell
that first class DWELLING, No. * t '
28 feet front, by a depth of 150 feet to w IHVEII INT
The improvements are a three story buildina re'
witl. a two story over basement brick back building rc_
pl.t- With all modern i"d'rovements-bath vati a d
iras. There is also a large stable and. carriage House on
Vino street.
T. i nas-< ) nl' , balJcash; balance in 6and 12 months, with
''l^hm^r^^astheownerisremoving
rmprrl'y'can be viewed from 12 to 1 o'clock, dally until
sale. F. W. BENNETT k CO ,
s2O-ts Auctioneers.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
I PROPERTY.—On THURSDAY, the 30th day of
'-"-•September, at one o'clock P. JL, the undersigned
will sell at public auction at the Exchange salesroom.
Those TWO THREE-STORY BRICK HOUSES, 81tl | ate<1
on the northeast corner of Centre street, and East lane,
b t.vrrn < barles and St. Paul streets. These bouses n one
22 feet each on Centre street, and the lots run back Ullleee
Also,'that TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK
_Ji;r HOUSE on the north side of Centre street, one door
west of St. Paul. This house fronts 23 feet on Centre St.,
and the lot runs back 120 feet to an alley.
U<-{ All these houses havelarge BACK BUILDINGS, are
provided with gas and water fixtures, and have been
netvlv repaired. Possession of two of them will be given
this fall, the third is rented at £7OO per annum to a punc
tual tenant whose tenancy will expire June Ist. 1859.
Each house will he sold subject to a redeemable ground
rent of $6.00 per front foot.
Title indisputable. Terms— 'j cash; balance in 0, 12
and IS mouths. For further particulars apply at my of
fice. 43 St. Paul St., between 9 A. M., and 12 M.
T. CHATARD, Att'y-at-Law.
S 2l-ts F. W. BENNETT X Co.. Ami rs.
BY SAM I 111- OVER.
VALUABLE PROPERTY ON EAST
jjlSii FA YKTTK STREET.—As Trustee I offer for sale the
and premises No 18 East Fayette street,
near Front street, now occupied by Mrs. Armstrong.
The lot fronts on the north side of Fayette street 21 feet
8 inches, with a depth of 152 feet 6 inches, and widens iu
the rear to about 30 feet.
it will be sold in fee. or subject to a ground rent of SBB.
If not previously sold at private sale, it will be offered
at auction at the Public Sales Room on Monday. 4th Octo
her next, at 1 o'clock, P. M., upon terms then to be made
kl 0B " GEORGE R. CINNAMOND, Trustee.
Law Buildings.
se2o-MkTHt4oc. S -_ H - HOMER, Auc.
COTRUSTEE'S SALE—By virtue of a
ffapi! Decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, the
undersigned, Trustee, will offer at public sale to
the highest bidder, on TUESDAY, the 12th day of October,
1858, at one o'clock, I'. M., at the Exchange Sales Rooms,
19 South (lav street,
1. ALL THAT lIOUSEANDLOT OF GROI NI), No. 94,
on the South side of Saratoga street, West of Liberty
street, having a front of nineteen feet four and a half in
dies, with depth of one hundred and twenty-two feet, and
privilege of an alley oat to Clay street. The House is a
fine large N EW FOUR STORY BRICK DWELLING, with
large brick Back Buildings. The property is subject to
ground rent of one hundred and fifty dollars per annum,
payable half yearly on the first of May and November.
See lease from P.. M. lleighe and wife, to John G. Fledder
man. dated Bth May, 1856, and recorded in liber E. D. N T o.
103, folio, 380, &c.
2. ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND immediately in the
rear of the above, fronting fourteen feet four and a
half inches on the North side of Clay street. It est of Lib
erty street, with depth of sixty feet, improved by a good
NEW THREE STORY BRICK DWELLING, ground rent
$37.50 per annum, payable half yearly on first of May and
November. See lease E. 11., No. 103, folio 378, kc.
T-rms of Sales—One third cash and the balance in six
and twelve months, with interestand security.
T. PARKIN SCOTT,Trustee,
se2o-2awkds [rs] S. H. GOVER, Auctioneer.
fm TRUSTEE'S SALE.—By virtue of
ih ill a decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore city, the
•'undersigned Trustee, will offer at public sale at the
Exchange sale rooms, in this city, on WEDNESDAY, the
29th dav of September, 1858. at one o'clock P. M.—
ALL THAT LOT OF (1 ROUND in Baltimore city, at the
northwest comer 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, with
three-story brick back building.
Terms of sale—one-third cash; and the balance in six:
and twelve months, with interest and security.
T. PARKIN SCOTT, Trustee,
88 Stawts S. If. GOVER, Auct'r.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.—Un-
der an older of the Orphans' Court for Baltimore
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 ly a good three-story BRICK.
HOUSE. Subject to an annual ground rent of sixty-six
dollars and sixty-seven cents.
This 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 DUG AX, Adm'x.
sIS eo&ds SAMUEL H. GOVER, Auct'r.
BY WH. HAMILTON.
'PRUNTEE'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 Gav street—
ALL THOSE FOUR LOTS OF GROUND adjoining the
grounds of Mount Hope, which are described as follows,
that is to say:
Beginning for the first of said Lots of Ground on the
south side "f 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 ou line of Mount
Hope grounds; thence southerly, on said outline, one bun
dred and forty feet, to the north side of an allev twenty
feet wide; thence westerly, hounding on said alley, thir
ty four feet, more or less, to intersect a line drawn from
the b ginning, 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, 14s loot, to Mount Hope ground; thence
easterly, bound.d on the said outline, 87 feet, more or
j less, tc the northwest side of Robert street; and thence
: northeasterly, hounding 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 interaction of
the northwest side of Robert street and the northeast side
of Mason alley; thence northeasterly, bounding on the
northeast side of Robert street, 120 feet, to the west side
or an alley; llience north westerly, at right angles with
Robert street, 17 feet, more or less, to the south side of an
alley 20 feet wide; thence northerly, bounding en the
north side of said alley, 151 feet, more or less, to the north
side of Mason alley; 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, hounding on Robert street,
87 feet, to Mount Hope ground ; thence southerly, bound
ing thereon, 50 feet; thence westerly, still bounding there
on, 70 feet, to Mason alley; and thence 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—One half
the purchase money on the day of sale, and the balance
in four months, the credit payments to be secured by note
with surety to be approved by the Trustee, bearing inter
est from the day of sale.
P. M'LAFGHLIX, Trustee.
sl7-eo&ds WM. HAMILTON, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.-1 WILL. IN
giljl pursuance of a general order of the Court of Com
—' mon Fleas, in reference to the estates of insolvent
d. Mors, sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Exchange Sales
Room, No. 19 South Gay street, on THURSDAY, Septem
ber 30, 1858, at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND, situated in the city of
Baltimore, and described as follows, viz: Beginning there
for on the west side of Hanover '■trect GO feet north of Hen
rietta street, thence running north on Hanover street 15
feet, thence extending west, of uniform width, IGG f.j:t to
Butler street, subject to an annual ground rent of £33 75
ALSO, * ' '
ANOTHER LOT OF GROUND adjoining that above de
scribed, on the north, having a front on Butler street of
lfi feet, a uniform width, and binding on the last mention
*d 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 DWELLING, with a
two-story back building on Hanover street, and a large
carpenter's shop on Butler street.
Terms of sale one-third cash, one-third in six. and one
third in twelvemonths, with interest on credit payments!
L. M. REYNOLDS, Trustee.
s9 eots WM. HAMILTON, Auctioneer.
BY A DICKON & COT
ff% TRUSTEE'S~STLE.-Rv virtue of a
decree nf the Circuit Court for Baltimore city, the
undersigned. us Trustee, will offer for sale at PUB
LIC AUCTION', on the premises, on the sth dav of October
next, at 4 o'clock. F. M.:
THE I,t)T OF GROUND described as follows-. Beginning
for the same on the south-west corner of Exeter and Hume
streets; and running thence south westerly, hounding on
Hume street eighty feet: thence eastwardly, parallel with
Kxeterstrect, twenty feet; thence north-easterly, parallel
with Hume street, to Exeter street; thence running ami
hounding on Exeter street to the beginning.
This Lot is improved by a good BRICK DWELLING
and is subject to an animal 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 in
terest. and to he secured by notes endorsed to the satisfac
tion of the Trustee.
S. MORRIS COCHRAN, Trustee.
scl4 2awtskds ADItEON k CO., Auctioneers.
pONSTABLE SALE OF VAFi ABLE
Vy GROUND RENT.—By virtue of a writ of fieri facias
issued by V illiam H. Hayward, Esq., one of the Justices
•if the Peace for the State of Maryland, in and for the cit v
of Baltimore, at the suit of Richard Mason, against the
go;ls, chatties, lands and tenements of Adolphus Ben
nett, to me directed, I have seized and taken in execution
all the right, title, claim, interest and estate at law and in
eqiiitv. of the said Adolphus Bennett, in and to all that
Loi <>r GROI ND,situated in the city of Baltimore, and
described as follows, viz: beginning for the same, on the
west side ol Bethel street, formerly called Apple Alley,
one hundred and ninety feet, southerly from the south
west corner of Bethel street and Eastern avenue, and run
ning thence southerly, bounding on Bethel -treet fourteen
feet, thence westerly parallel to Eastern avenue about
ninety-five feet to a fence, thence northerly parallel to
Bethel street fourteen feet, and thence easterly by a
I straight line to the place of beginning, being the same lot
of ground which was leased to David G. Bailey, by in
j denture, dated the sixth day of November, 1854, recorded
in ihe land records of Baltimore citv, in Liber E D . No.
71, folio 201, &c., at the annual rent of twenty-one dollars.
And I hereby give notice, that on MONDAY. 11th day of
October, at fouro'clock P. M., at the door of the Court
House, in the city of Baltimore, 1 will offer for "ale the
said lot of ground so seized and taken in execution, by
public auction to the highest bidder, for cash.
s22eots JAMES J. WILSON. Constable.
r jPflE DAWN OF UETTER TIMES
8 FOR RABIF.S AND MOTHERS.
V. e invite the attention of parents to a new article for the
j amusement and exercise of infants, anil assisting thorn to
walk. It is mafic of willow, quite tight, easily moved
1 about, anfi so constructed that it is impossible for the cnilu
] to fall. It will he found especially of great benefit to a
, large class of lame and invalid children, who. from acci
> dent or imperfect organization, are unable to walk at in.
i usual age. The following testimonials show th estima
I tion in which it is held by those who have it in us.
I I From Rev. S. I. Prime. D. IK. KdHor oj the -Va> I orh
Observer.] . ...
NEW YOEK. Novembr •
| For several days past, my little daughter has <.
the Infant Gymnasium, and she is delight** • llour
j ation, obtaining amusement and think itadmira
ias she travels about the room. 1 n r children.
I bly adapted to the Nursery and Flay-roo ( PRIME.
[From Thomos Putin
! NswYoax? January 4th, 1838.
, , rally refuse to give
j Ma. N. W. SrEERS-Sim iff . Walker of yours
I certificates to toaeveryjuveu.lemem
seems to give so much sans Me' , the ru ie on its be
ber of niv family, that 1 ''"f'S to the purpose for
1 i„if lt nnneais to be v, ell ""api without fatigue,
which t isTs gne.l, " nod is a guardian against
' For sale only in this city, hy CO RTLAN' k CO.,
. ! v,„. 216 and 21 8 Bnlumorest.
au!4 tf i v- I'HS
! xVANIEL E. THE te AC
Baitinor# _
efficient officers always in attendance. jeW M

xml | txt