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T AV.
L • DZXTON, MB.,
Will nroinptlv attend to all business entrusted to liim in
U... Courts of Caroline and the adjoining coanties.
Refers U) Hun James L. Bartol and Co'.tvtl Yellott,
Keters to nun. slMto2l
Esnrs. __ ______
itrii j iaM J- O'BRIEN,
\V ATTORNEY AT-LAW,
,Vo. 59 Fayette Street,
VE\R ST PAUL'S STREET, BAITIKORE,
Will practice in the Courts of Baltimore City, and thead
joining counties. —— —— ILL—
iir I WATERMAN,
VV *' ATTORNEY AT LAW,
83 WEST FAYETTE.STREET.
QFLS AH. BrsixEss PROMPT . S2 EO2M^
T jrAi)\VAKI) W. BELT,
JI. ATTORNEY AT LAW
-* Upper Marlborough, Md.
Will nmmptlv attend to all business in the Courts of
PRINCE GEORGE'S and the neighboring Counties, and in
the Court of Appeals. u9-tf .
TOSEPH T.ATKINSON,
1 ATTORNEY AT LAW,
" HAS REMOVED to 36 ST. PAUL STREET.
COMMISSIONER KOR VIRGINIA, PENNSYLVANIA,
VKW JERSEY, ILLINOIS, INDIANA, KENTUCKY,
je2S d3m AND OHIO.
R."STOCKETT MATHKWS,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE No. 1 COUNSELLOR'S HALL,
(46 LEXINGTON BTREET,)
Baltimore,
Will attend promptly to all kinds of business appertaining
to his profession. fe22-tf.
/TILARLES E. PHELPS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 2 LAW BUILDINGS,
Continues to practice in the Courts of BALTIMORE CITY
and HOWARD COUNTY. fe22-tf.
ROBERT D. BURNS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO 5 COUNSELLOR'S HALL,
fe22-tf. LEXINGTON STREET.
r|V FRISBY HENDERSON,
X . A TTORNE Y AT LAW
AND
COMMISSIONER FOR PENNSYLVANIA,
No. 6 COUNSELLORS' HALL,
fe22 tf. Lexington street.
M. JOSEPH ROGERS,
X ATTORNEY AT LAW,
83 West Fayette street, above Charles,
Practices in the courts of BALTIMORE CITY, ANNE
ARUNDEL, and neighboring counties. Ail matters apper
taining to the profession promptly and carefully attended
o.
OAFES -ROBBER AND FIRE PROOF
O— LTLLIE'S PATENT CHILLED IRON, WITH COM
BINATION BANK LOCK.— The only reliable safe for sale
in this cit\ . All other fire-proof Safes are made of sheet
iron A fair price will be allowed for them in exchange.
C. S. WII.LETT,
jy!6-tf 192 Baltimore street.
BIRD AND DUCK GUNS.-AHarge as
sortment of single and double Bird and Duck Guns,
Rifles, Pistols. Percussion Caps, Game Bags, Powder
Flasks, Shot Brits. Cleaning Rods, Gun Nipples, &c., just
received and for sale cheap by SCHjiiFFER k LONEY,
Importers, No. 3 Hanover st. s2l*tf
/AH A KING T) 1 STLES, COFFEE URNS
X7AND BLOCK TIN articles of every description, man
ufacture.! and for sale, wholesale and retail, at very low
rates, by CORTLAN & CO., No. 216 Baltimore street.
sis'-tf
11, DIE'S PATENT EIRE AND BUR
GI.AR PROOF SAFES, made of wrought and chilled
iron, 1V to 2 inches thick, and warranted drill proof. The
only robber proof Safe for sale in Baltimore.
C. S. WII.LETT,
jyl6-tf 192 Baltimore street.
LD PAPERS FOLCSALE,
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE AT 25 CENTS
PUR GRVHRCN RT>lv at thi Office. AP2O tf
" (Lcmr.ussion lilcrrtants.
L. W. GCXTIIER. HENRY A. RODEWALD.
GUNTHER SR RODEWALD,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
TOBACCO FACTORS,
90 LOMBARD STREET,
One door West of Exchange Place, Baltimore, Md.
s24tr _
R~"FL. ATWELL & CO.,
. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
6SSODTH STREET, (BOWLT'S VTS'R,)
s24tf BALTIMORE.
IR* JSCHLUETER &CO„
J. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND IMPORTERS
OP
GERMAN, HAVANA, AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
No. 91 W. LOMBARD STREET,
Opposite the Farmer's and Merchant's Bank,
sfl-3m Baltimore. 1
J. F. MII.LER. A. D. MILLER'
JF. MILLER & CO.,
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
s3 tf 79 BOWLY'S WHARF.
SEX R V RIEM AN ALEX. RIEM AN.... JOSEPH JJ. KIESIAN.
HENRY RIEMAN & SONS,
PROVISION
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
N. HOWARD STREET,
s2 tf BALTIMORE.
KNOX & co.,
SHIPPING <f- COMMISSION 'MERCHANTS,
9 GROCER'S EXCHANGE,
Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments of Pro
duce, &C., to our friends in Liverpool, London, Glasgow,
Berry, fee., and every and latest information relative to
markets furnished at our office. Consignments respcct
tu 11Y solicited. aulS-tf
JOHN F. PICKRELL. 1.EW13 WARRINGTON.
JOHN F. PICKRELL & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
40 WEST LOMBARD STREET,
BALTIMORE,
Give attention to consignments of Cotton, Rice, Sugar,
Molasses, Provisions and Fish, and fill orders for Flour,
vrain and Groceries.
Liberal advances made on consignments of F'our,
Wheat and Corn to our friends in Liverpool. au6-tf
JOSHUA WALK KID
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN
FEED, HAY AND STRAW,
No. 110 N. HOWARD STREET.
Family, Extra and Super Flour of the best selected
Urands, Corn Oats, Corn Meal, Chop Rye and Mill Feed
Hay and Straw in hales. Cut Straw. Ac. mr.27-tf
ALL & LONEY,
COMMISSION AND SHIPPING MERCHANTS,
BALTIMORE, MD.,
IRE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES on
Flour, Grain, Provisions, &c., consigned to their friend
Ja Liverpool, London and Glasgow. They attend to the
Lleceiving, at. and shipping from Baltimore, without any
Sharge of commission to the shipper. fe22-jt
H DUVALL. Q JULMIART.
DUVALL & IGLEHART,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOR THE SALE OF
BACON, FLOUR, WHISKEY,
TOBACCO, GRAIN, Sc.,
JNo. 12S LIGHT STREET WHARF,
(Corner of Conway street,)
apis-tf Baltimore.
SDWARD DECOKMIS. WILLIAM ROGERS
DE CORMIS &. ROGERS,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, BRANDIES, GINS,
SCOTCH AND IRISH MALT WHISKYS
RNGLISH AND SCOTCH ALE AND PORTER,
mr24-tf No. 4 COMMERCE STREET, Bait.
WT. WALTERS & CO.,
• IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES <t LIQUORS,
NO. 68 EXCHANGE PLACE*
LOMBARD STREET,
BALTIMORE.
A large and very fine stock of OLD RVEWHTSKEY
OI hand. fe24-tf
T. V\RTIN. WM. R. MARTIN.
dflP T. MARTIN &.BRO.,
X • IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
LIQUOR S —and
General COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 72 CALVERT ST., (one door from Pratt),
gal-tf Baltimore.
E. B. GRANT. ~ ' J. B. GRANT.
G< RANT & BROTHER,
r COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
NO 61 EXCHANGE PLACE,
fe22-tf. Baltimore.
JOHN S. WTLLIAMS & BRO)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
52 COMMERCE STREET,
FC22-tf. BALTIMORE.
WM W, J ANN EY LOBIB STOW.
JANNEY Si STOW,
PRODUCE AND GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 101 SOBTH STREET,
fe22-ly Baltimore.
J JOSEPH CARSON. H. G. TICKERX.
OSEPH CARSON & CO.
WESTERN PRODUCE
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 43 AND 45 LIGHT STREET,
T .. Baltimore.
Lineral advances made on consignments fe22-tf
POURTNKY T GUSHING,
TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
V Q 65 SOUTH GAY STREET,
cicS"','' BALTIMORE.
J. A. COURTNEY. FPOQ.TT
U ALL SI LONKY,
XM.SHIPPIRG AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
ho. 56 BUCHANAN'S WHARF,
•R/TF to consignments of SUGAR
MS FLRA'SID^, HLF'K, FISH, PRO VIS
fe22-tf GRAIN, & C .; also fill orders for same.
D ICHARDSON & CO7; "
sf//J'PAVG A.VD rofflf/ssoA' MERCHANTS,
No. 67 EXCHANGE PLACE,
F Baltimore. mrl-tf
business Carts."
T A.
UR B^IWs^TY^IND
SHOP IN EXCHANGE ALTFV
outh side Exchange Place, bet. Commerce a'nd Gay
B POrVTRV rnTTtnri, BALTIMORE, MD
With neatness and despatch ' GDED AND . EX J C J U . T , ED
* ■ 1 ———-- _• jy iio-dti
JOHN H. O'DONOVAN, Ja —Manufac-
D turer and Dealer in every variety of MANULAC
FOREIGN ANDDOMESTIC MITES'AND LIQUORS,
OLD R V? WVYTKTY S
Jau2B tf 33 Cheapside. BAL.LML* Y3 '
A. UUSHANET"
• COMMISSION PAPER DEALER,
H0 - 40 S °CTH CDARLEB ST.
N,,01 FF NEAR Lombard,
V BALTIMORE, MD.
TAMES SLOAN, '
_ „ „ DEALER IN
FOREIGN FRUITS
S SS ' RAISINS, PRUNES,
PALM NUTS, PI RE APPLES, DATES, FIGS,
A,,IJ CITEOS > C ?? 0A B'UTS AND ALMONDS.
NO. 91 LOMBARD ST., Baltimore.
QUITZOW & McMULLEN]
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES AND FOREIGN LIQUORS.
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION.
Ivln TR CnEAp SIDE <£• 47 CALVERT ST.,
1.l- BALTIMORE.
GHN W. HOGG;
ARCHHECT AND PRACTICAL SUPERINTFNDFNT
PUPLIC AND PRIYA TE BUILDINGS
Office 2, (up stairs,) No. 11 South Street
je23-ly (NEAR THE SUN BUILDING.)
F IND^TMURDOCH,
A SUPERINTENDENTS,
ap2B tf * ' MCELDOWIYS BUILDING.
N STARK WITHER: ~
PRACTICAL ARCHITECT,
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
MTatrtt, STREET B ™™'
XJ RU VANL) EN KERCKHOVE,
m Y 3I D Iy } Corn"; JELDOWNEY BUILDING,
MANUFACTURE'D ANDTE l AT T 'S B AC C 0
SEGARS, SNUFF, AC C0 '
j ADAMANTINE CANDLES.— nm boxes
j _iX Adamantine. 100 boxes Solar Sperm Candles, for sale
'•JJ 'o close consignment, by DUVALL & IGLEHART,
128 Light st. wharf. s2l-tf
A LEWIVES. 400 bhls. prime new Si.
i XJohn and Mirimachi, for sale by
.. RICHARDSON A CO.,
, au_i-tr 67 Exchange Place. !
ASEIGNETTE AND JOHN DURANI)
• & CO'S. highly flavored ROCIIELLE BRANDY—I
| pale and colored, for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse.
! Imported by LAWRENCE TIIOMSEN A CO.,
! 64 Exchange Place. '
ALUM. —100 bbls. ('Potash Ground) for |
sale by R.J.BAKER, i
i _ ami-tr No. 36 South Charles st 5
AHAMA NTI N E CANDLES.—The j
XX. attention of the City and Southern trade is respect
fully called to our extensive assortment of CANDLES—
■ 45,5 s, 6's and 12's, in 20, 30, 33, 34 and 401b. boxes and
cartoons, also, to the justly celebrated ManhattanvilleCan
* ?o? S ' In an boxes and cartoons, 4's, s's, 6's and
I rm, GRANT & BROTHER,
leZ2-ti 61_ Place.
ALE WIVES. —SOU bbls. No. Pale-
WIVES, for sale by
I _i y8 tf JAMES CORNER k SON*.
APPLE AND PEACH BRANDY—
-40 Bbls. APPLE BRANDY
| 20 Bbls. PEACH BRANDY, extra fine
For sale by Df. CORMIS & ROGERS,
I i 4 Cnmmerce street.
BEESWAX. —700 lbs. Southern Wax. |
p. J. FOLEY k BRO., 50 South st. ocl-2t |
TJAOGED HAMS.—SO tierces Extra fam- '
oriw J various brands, for sale by JOSEPH CAR I
———lL _ ocltf I
T3REMEN LAGEiI BEER.— lmported in !
I 7- r/iU 1 , 1 ;?, f J I1 T ( !.9. uart '' F°r sale wholesale and retail by
i HOLLIXS, 14 North Charles St., cor. Fayette st.
I "29-1 m
BRAZIL NUTS.—SO bags for sale by ETJ
, WARD!. PALMER. 4 Bowly's wharf. 524 tf !
BEDFORD SPRING WATERT^t we
have in store, fresh from the Springs, a lot of Bed
and half bbls. P. TIERNAN &
SON. 12 N. Charles st. 523-tf I
BACON, SIDES AND SHOULDERS.
-Weston and City Smoked for sale by JOSEPH
CAKSON & CO. s2O
T>URGUNLY PORT WINE.— 3OO or.
, JJcasks of various grades, part low-priced, in store and
■ for sale by C. H. MYERS & BRO. a sIT tf
i DAG S . ' |
I JJ2O oi2 and 2)< lms., seamless; 5,000 Miller's,sewed; |
| 25,000 Shipping Bags. 2 and 3 bus., assorted qualities, for !
sale by R.H. ATWELL & CO., OS South street, Bowlv's
I wharf - . sel4t'f
BUCKWHEAT BAGS,
20,000 Buckwheat Bags for sale by R. H. ATWELL
& CO., 68 South street, Bowly's wharf. self tf
BENGAL INDIGO. .> eases prime, for
sale by R. J. BAKER, No. 36 South Charles st.
sI3 tf
BOTTLED WHTMEYS.—^ ST doz™,
145 demijohns, very old and choice Rj'e, Bourbon and
Wheat WHISKEYS, in store and for sale by J. B. CHAR
RON k CO., Agents, 132 and 134 West Lombard st.. East
• of Hanover st. sl3 tf
BULK MEAT.—loo hhds. SIDES and
SHOULDERS, for sale by
I au3 ° JOSEPH CARSON & CO.
BAY RUM.
2 Casks St. Martin's, for sale l>y KNOX k CO.,
aulS tf 9 Grocers' Exchange.
BORDEAUX OIL. ioo BOXES SALAD
OIL, Just received and for sale bv
J. CROSBY k SON,
j''22-tf 15 Bowlv's Wharf.
BRANDYS,
AVHISKEYS, WINES, SEGARS.
Large stocks at lowest rates always on hand
WM. GRANGE'& CO.,
J e 2 tf 3 Exchange Place.
BRANDYWINE KILN DRIED CORN
Meal, in barrels and hogsheads, for sale by
JOHN S. WILLIAMS & BRO.
fe22-ly. 52 Commerce street. i
COGNAC AND~ ROCHELLE iruyv :
DY—dark and pale. Scotch Whiskey, Holland Gin
and Jamaica Spirits, of fine quality, by the demijohn or
barrel, for sale by JNO. 11. O'DONOVAN, Jr., 33 Chcap
s' '1 e. ocl-dtf
J and Fire Carriers, for sale by M. KEITII, JR., &SON,
23 South Charles street. ocl tf
CI OTTON.—52 Bales Memphis Cotton fori
J sale by HENRY RIEMAN & SONS, Howard street, j
CX OPPEII DISTILLED" RYE WINS j
.V KEY—2SO bbls. very superior, two years old. for sale
by S. B. OWINGS, 75 South st. 525-eo4t* j
CODER VINEGAR.—2T> bbis. Cider Vin
/egar. for sale hy J. F. MILLER & CO. 525-8t I
(CHEESE. — 5(kT Ixixes prime Cutting
J Cheese; 500 boxes prime English Dairy, well colored,
and suitable for shipping, for sale by D. J. FOLEY &
BRO., No. 50 South st. r* 525-10t !
COGNAC BRANDY.— Washington Mor-1
ton's fine Old Brandy, for sale hy C.MORTON STEW- i
| ART, 52 South Gay st. 523 lw j
Ct HAMPAGNE.—Due de Monti'hello, Hel
/ met and De Brimont Champagne; for sale by C. I
I MORTON STEWART, 52 South Gay St. 523-iot
CIOCHINEAL. —5 ceroons prime new crop
J Honduras for sale by R. J. BAKER, 56 South Charles
I street. s2l lot j
CMIEESE. — I.tXIO boxes VV. ii. Cutting; j
JSOO boxes E. D. Cheese. D. J. FOLEY & BRO.. 50
| South st. s=2l -tf I
C URRANTS.— 2(I casks prime Currants, |
for sale hy GEO. L. HARRISON, 6 O'Donnell's wh'f.
s2l-tf
(CURRANTS. —20 libls. Zant's, landing I
X and for sale hy J. CROSBY & SON, 15 Bowly's i
I wharf. s2O !
C CODFISH.— 5,0011 lbs. jnsi received and
J for sale by CURTIS & POST, 43 South street and 41 !
Pratt street. s.-18 lot j
TTING ('IIEESE.—IOO boxes best
J Dairies in store and for sale hy CURTIS & POST, 43
I South street and4l Pratt street. * selß-10t |
CIOGNAC BRANDIES.— Otard, Dupuy
J k Co.; Jas. Hennessy k Co.; Jules Robin & Co.; ;
I Vineyard, Proprietors and Belle Fleur; brands of various
. 1 vintages, for sale from bond by C. 11 MYERS k BRO.
sl7 tf A
(COGNAC BRAN DIES.—-07 quarter anil
eighth casks COGNAC BRANDIES, vintages 1825 to
i 1 1856, in store and in bond; 200 doz. very choice Cognac
Brandies; 125 demijohns do. do., for sale by J. B. CIIAR
' j RON* k CO., Agents, 132 and 134 West Lombard St., East of
r | Hanover st. sl3-tf
CUT NAILS "AND PIG IRON.—CUT i
NAILS of superior quality, which the trade will
I please examine. Also, Scotch Pig, and Baltimore Forge j
| IRON; for sale by STEPHEN S. LEE,
) slO-tf No. 50 South Gay st. !
COTTON. —35 bales Middling Fair Georgia
COTTON. For sale hy
j sB-tf J. F. PICKRELL k CO. |
CASTILE SOAP—Landing and lor sale !
by J. CROSBY & SON,
| sB-tf 15 Bowly's wharf, i
CALABRIA AND SICILY OKICE.
—IOO cases for sale by J. CROSBY k SON,
sB-tf 15 Bowly's wharf.
COTTON. —25U bales Tennessee Cotton ,
for sale by HENRY RIEMAN & SONS,
j s2-tf Howard st.
CURRANTS. -50 casks landing and lor
sale by EDWARD L. PALMER, 4 Bowly's wharf
| 524 tf
OCOA N U1V.—200,000 I'rcslT San Blas
Landing per brig Los Amigos, for sale by
SCHWARTZ & DTX,
s3-tf 117 Lombard st. I
CASTILE SOAP. —300 boxes Castile Soap
for sale by BAKER BROTHERS & CO.,
I s3-tf 32 and 34 South Charles st.
C "CHAMPAGNE. —Crescent and Vine Leaf
J brand, direct importation. For sale by
GEO. L. HARRISON",
au3ltf 6 O'Donnell's Wharf. ;
LOVER SEED AND QUERCITRON
BARK, wanted hy J. F. PICKRELL k CO.,
No. 40 West Lombard Street,
au2o-tf opp. Public Stone.
C~ LOVERSEED.
Prime quality, wanted by KNOX k CO.,
aulß-tf 9 Grocers' Exchange.
CITRON. —10 cases prime Leghorn, just re
ceived and for sale by J. CROSBY k SON,
au l7-tf 15 Bowly's wharf. !
FT RON.—2O cases prime Leghorn, for ,
sale hy SCHWARTZ & DIX,
aul6 117 Lombard street. j
I.ARKT WINE—3OO cases Haut Tale
nee and Margaux Medoc brands Claret Wine, just re
ceived per Win. B. Dean from Bordeaux, for sale by LAU- j
RENCETHOMPSKN & CO.; Exchange Place. j.v2o tf
C" RUCIBLES—Prom 2to 80. A large j
assortment always on hand, and for sale low by
DUGAX k JENKINS,
j_in tf No. 21 South Charles street.
rEsRETWiNBE-
S C, DT TABL W>? LARET, ORA(n) TIN,
175 DO. CHATEAU RANZAN,
100 DO. DO. LA ROSE,
100 DO. DO. MOUTON,
150 DO. CHATEAU MARGAUX,
100 DO. DO. LA FITE,
In store and for sale hy
P. TIERNAN k SON, Importers,
j e 28-tf 12 North Charles street
/CUMBERLAND COAL 3
By Cwgo or C tilo&c!.
apß-tf STEPHEN S. LEE, 50 S. Gay st.
' TVJFFIELD'S AMERICAN WEST- j
I JpHAT.TA HAMS, for sale by DUYAI.L k IGLE- I
I HART, 128 Light st. wharf. >*29-tf I
I English DAIRY CHEESE.
J 25 Boxes Choice English Dairy Cheese, small size, ,
for family use, for sale by GEO. SLATER,
10 Commerce street.
T7B XTRACT LOGWOOD, —50,00(1 lbs., |
XLilSanford's) large and small boxes, for sale by R. J. |
BAKER. 36 South Charles st. 821101 i
' TTUVGLISH AND SCOTCH ALES, L.ON-'
Tj DON AND DUBLIN BROWN STOUT, for sale in j
■ quantities to suit P a £h££ B ' VAN SO N, Importers,
ap3-tf 12 N - Charles street. |
T7*IRE BRICK.—IO,OOO English Fire Brick, j
J for sale by HALL & LONEY, 56 Buchanan's wharf, j
ocl-tf
FRENCH LEMONS.—2OO boxes in prime
order, landing, and for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX,
117 Lombard st. slo ' n
IRE CRACKERS.—2,OOO boxes No. 1,
40 packs, for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX,
s3-tf U7 Lombard st. |
17 LAX SEED WANTED—By
JJ KNOX k CO.,
au 27 Exchange Place.
r^IGS.—2OO drums for sale by EDWARD
' L. PALMER, 4 Bowly's wharf. sZAtf
LCAMILY AND EXTRA FLOUR— Of
X; choice brands, suitable for Pakers and families, in
stream, for sale by C '^^deTstre'et.
ALKIRK ALE.—We are in receipt of
constant supplies of this favorite brand of SCOTCH
Steamer ' WhiC C-H- ™
au2o-tf L 2 Exchange Place.
FINE CHAMPAGNE. #n ._ TWWT
I have just received another invoice of CAB II M
, CHAMPAGNE, in half pints, suitable for invalids, fcc.
Red Lach, Gold Lach, Green Seal, in pints and quarts, for
sale wholesale and retail, hy
GEO. HOLLINS,
je!s-tf 14 North Charles Street.^
FISH. —To arrive and daily expected. —
600 bbls. Halifax Herrings; 600 bbls. Nos. 1, 2 and
3 Mackerel; 200 bbls. Alewives—represented prime. For
sale hy CURTIS & POST, 43 South street and 41 Pratt
street. selß-10t
ANCY BRANDIES— ~
60 Bhls. WILD CHERRY BRANDY.
55 Bbls. STRAWBERRY BRANDY.
Prepared from the fruit, and warranted genuine.
For sale by Dz CORMIS & ROGERS,
mr24-tf 4 Commerce street.
/^LUE.— IOO,OOO lbs. Glue'"assorted" quaff
vJTties for sale by BAKER BROTHERS k CO.,
s3-tf 82 and 34 South Charles st]
IjMMILY AND SHIPPING RAMS, for
_ sale by JOSEPH CARSON k CO. oc4 tf
(A. SALT.—For sale of the ship, in lots to
/ .suit purchasers,by CARR, GIF.SF. & C 0.,21 Spear's
\\ harf. ocS it
G 1 ROUN D NUTS.—2,OOO bushels African,
I" Southern and Tennessee, for sale by
SCHWARTZ k DIX,
s3-tf 117 Lombard st.
GfERMAN PRUNES—2O Casks prime
f for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX, 117 Lombard
treet. slB \
( 1 ERMAN HARDWARE AND < I T
VTLF.RY, imported and for sale at low prices, hy W. A.
and F. MARBURG, 48 W. Lombard st. slB-tf I
/ * UM SHELLAC.—IO cases for sale by R.
vJT.I. BAKER, No. 36SoatbCharles it. sl3 tf
HERRINGS. —200 bbls. prime Eastport, I
"W. Calder''brand, landing from sclir. A, L. Hyde, '
and for sale by RICHARDSON Ac CO., 67 exchange Place,
j oc2-dst
HAVANA CIGARS.—A Choice Assort" j
rnent of Imported Havana Cigars constantly on 1
hand and for sale hy THOMAS N. WEBB, cor. Madison
and Garden street. 827 tf
OPS.—NEW CROP EASTERN, for '
sale hy SCHWARTZ k DIX, 117 Lombard st. slB
HOLLAND GIN. An Invoice of **Tnpple
Berry," and " Wesp Anchor" brands, landing ex-ship
! Scotia, from Rotterdam, and for sale by C. H. MYERS k
j BRO. A 524-tf
HAVANA CIGARS of all grades, for
sale hy C. MORTON STEWART, 52 South Gay st.
I 523-lw
HERRINGS, MACKEREL,
SALMON, &c.
600 Bhls. Herrings,
150 Bhls. No. 3 large Mackerel,
200 Bhls. Alewives,
25 Bbls. Salmon,
48 Boxes Codfish,
5 Bhls. Tongues and Sounds,
All PRIME, landing from schooner "Gertrude ITorton,"
from Halifax, for sale hy HALL k .LONEY, 56 Buch
anan's wharf. ' slB j
HERRING. —500 Gbis. prime LABRA
DOR HERRING, in store and for sale low bv
CURTIS & POST,
jy!4-tf 43 South street.
HE RRING.
500 short and full Bhls. Susquehanna and North
I Carolina Herring, landing and inspecting this day. For
j sale hy W. I). SHURTZ & CO.,
my 3 tf No. 11 Commerce street.
& Co.'s celebrated Cincinnati S. C. Hams, just re- !
ceived and for sale hy
s4 tf SMITH & NICODEMUS.
HAVANA SEGARS.—Cabanasy Carba-I
jal, Espanola, La Suiza, La Filantropa, and other fine I
Segars, just importeil per Brig R. C. Wright, from Hava
na; for sale by LAURENCE TIIOMSEN & CO., 64 Ex
change Place. sl3 tf
HEAVY SHIPPING LEAF.— 2S hiuis.
Heavy Leaf Tobacco, for sale bv
WARWICK, FRICK k BALL,
jj29 tf 60 South street.
HERRINGS.
One hundred bbls. of new dry salted, for sale by
W.RHOADS k SON,
Rul7 _ corner Smith's wharf and Pratt st.
INDIGO. —75 cases Manilla and Madras, of
all grades, for sale hy W. 11. CRAWFORD k CO.,
Mlfl tf \o. 63 South street.
JAS. HENNESSY ,y < ; o. r s UOGNAU
BRANDIES, various vintages, for sale from bond, hy
C. 11. MYERS k BRO. *24-tf
JOISTS AND FLOORING IHOARDS^
28.000 feet assorted Y. P. JOISTS.
4,000 feet inch steam sawed FLOORING BOARDS, bright |
and handsome, per schooner Justina Baiulel. for sale by j
PENDERGAST BROTHERS,
j_v2 tf 77 Smith's wharf, (up-stairs.)
Kf. Vn (,'KV TODAUt'O—various grades
inspected,'and for sale by DUVALL & IGLEHART,
128 Light St. wharf. 529-tf
1A R D.—200 tierces strictly prime Western
A Leaf I.ard; 100 bbls. do. do. do., for sale by I). J. FO- I
LEY k BRO., No. 60 South St. It 525 2w I
IEMON'S. —40 boxes Prime Malaga, in
-Jstore and for sale by F.D. L. PALMER, 4 Bowly's '
Wharf. sl6 j
lARD 01L.—50 bbls. Lard Oil, for sale j
Ahy GEORGE & JENKINS, 3 Commerce street.
sl6-lm
lIGI OUS.—BO bbls. choice Old Rye
-A Whiskey, Brandies, Wines, Gin, &c.,for sale by
GEO. SLATER,
s3-tf 10 Commerce st.
LARD, IN BBLS. AND KEGS—For
sale by (au'2l-tf) SMITH & NICODEMUS.
I A CAOBA AND RIVAS LONDRES,
_Jand other well known brandschoice IlavanaClC ARS, !
constantly for sale by LAURENCE THOMSEN & CO.,
au2o-tf Excliange Place.
1 IBERIA COFFEE.—A few sacks ol'j
Xjtliis superior Coffee for sa'e hy R. H. ATWELL & j
C 0.,.68.~68 South street, Bowly's wharf. 524 tf
LOBSTERS. —(j cases Preserved Lobsters,
for sale hy (anl9-tf) JAS. CORNER A SONS.
LEMONS. —50 bss. Prime SICILY, land- I
ing and for sale by ED. L. PALMER, j
au4-tf 4 Bowly's wharf. J
LANG IJEDOCK ALMONDS; 40 bales
just received and for sale by
J. CROSBY k SON,
i y3l-tf 15 Bowly's wharf.
LABRADOR AND HALIFAX HER
RING.—2SO bbls. very fine, received and for sale
by CURTIS k POST,
jyl2 tf 43 South and 41 Pratt street.
LEMONS.
400 ROXES PALERMO, November cut.
300 " MESSINA, in prime order, just landed. \
For sale by J. CROSBA' & SON,
jeS-tf . 15 Bowly's Wharf.
LONE STAR SUN CURED TO
BACCO, in half boxes, foi sale by
COURTNEY' k CUSniNG,
my7 tf 65 South (Jay street. |
LAGUAYRA COFFEE.
400 Bags Choice White Laguayra Coffee for sale by
GEO. SLATER,
myl-tf 10 Commerce street.
MOLASSES. —158 barrels, 49 tierces Mus
covado Molasses; landing and for sale by JAS. COR
NER k Si NS. p s2B tf
MACKEREL, &C.—1.000 bhls. Mackerel;
1.500 bhls. prime Halifax Herring;
500 bhls. Alewives;
50 boxes large Codfish;
20 drums do.
10 bbls. No. 1 Salmon;
2,000 boxes Scotch and So. 1 TTerring:
Just received and for sale low, by CURTIS k POST,
523 lot 43 South St., and 41 Pratt st.
jVf ATIL" MULI.EIUS CELEBRATED
JLTJL Spark ling Hock ahd Moselle WINES, imported and
for sale hy W. A. F. MARBURG, Sole Agents, 48 W.
' Lombard st. slB tf
MADEIRA WINES—Of all the various
grades and brands, for sale from bond or duty paid
by C. 11. MYERS k BRO. A S!7 tf
MACKEREL -150" bbis. and half bbis.
new Mackerel, for sale hy RICHARDSON k CO., 67
Exchange Place. sio tf
MADDER. —20 casks, bright and free of
sand, for sale by R. J. BAKER, No.3oSouth Charles
I St. slo-tf
: ]\JARACAIB() COFFEE.—I3(I bans
JLvJL choice White Maracaiho Coffee, for sale hy GEORGE
j SLATER, 10 Commerce st. oc4tf
MOLASSES. —Ii Hiuis. superior w.i.
Molasses, per schr. 4 'Thos. Winans," for sale hy
QUITZOW A: McMULLEN,
j aulO tf 47 S. Calvert street.
MACKEREL.
300 bbls. and half bbls. No. 1, 2 and 3, MACK-
I ERE!., for sale by RICHARDSON & CO.,
nu23-tf 67 Exchange Place.
; 1\J A< 'KERKL.— 225 Barrels new larnre
-LTX. No. 3 MACKEREL, now landing from Schooner
i Mountaineer, Bom Halifax, and for sale bv
HALL k LONEY,
jylO-tf 56 Buchanan's wharf.
]\/L "USCOVADO SUGARS.
1X 250 Illids. Cuba Muscovado Sugar, favorite Brands,
' cargo Bark "Louisa," for sale bv
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
ai24-tf [Ef 58 Buahanan's Wharf.
MA( 'kF.IIF.L AND ALEWIVES.
300 Bbls. Nos. 2 and 3 Mackerel.
100 Bhls. No. 1 Alewives.
Just received and for sale by
W. I). SHURTZ k CO.,
! ap24 tf No. 11 Commerce street.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Peyton Gravely, Thomas Keen and B. F. Gravely's
i Choice Brands of Tobacco in store and for sale bv
'DUVALL & IGLEHART,
128 Light street Wharf,
ap'24 tf Corner of Conway st.
; IV[ F.VV RAISINS. —50(1 boxes Bunch siiul
! ±1 Layer, for sale by SHWARTZ k DIX, 117 Lombard
street. oc4-tf
TV KW BFI-KWIiFAT FI.OFIL NO. I
; n Mackerel and Salmon in kit< and kits, and smoked
Salmon for sale hy GEO. HOLLINS, 14 North Charles st.,
cor. Fayette st. 529 lm
NE. RUM.—2O bbls. pure N. E. Ruin,
•in store for sale by J. F. MILLER k CO., 79 Bow
| ly's wharf. 525 St
NA VASSA! NAVASSA!! —Browh~Ci>
lumbia GUANO, from Cooper's Navassa Island, im
port. <1 and for sale by WM. F. MURDOCH,
aull-tf No. 5 O'Donnell's Wharf.
"jVEW ORLEANS SUGAR.—2OtT Hhds.
JL n NEW ORLEANS SUGAR, in store and for sale
by GEO. L. HARRISON,
! jylfl 6 O'Donnell's wharf.
N' EW CHEESE AND ALEWIVES,
250 BOXES PRIME NEW CHEESE.
100 BBLS. NEW ST. JOHN'S ALEWIVES.
Just receiving and for sale by
W. D. SHURTZ k CO.,
my26-tf No. 11 Commerce Street,
ORANGES. —40 barrels Havana, for sale
by SCHWARTZ & DIX. 117 Lombard st. nc4 tf
OLD RYE WHISKEY.—Of very supe
rior quality, in barrels and demijohns of from one to
j five gallons, for sale by JNO. 11. O'DONOVAN, Jr., 33
Cheapside. ocl-dtf
OLD RYE WHISKEY.—2OO bbls. Old
Rye Whiskey, in store, for sale by J. F. MILLER &
j CO., 79 Bowly's wharf. 525-tf
LD RYE WHISKEYS, —200 bbl^
strictly pure RYE WHISKEYS, from Washington
county Distilleries, ranging from Ito 10 years old. Very
old Bourbon and Wheat Whiskeys, for sale in quantities to ,
suit purchasers, hyj. B. CHARRON k CO., Agents, 132 |
and 134 West Lombard st.. East of Hanover st. [sl3-tf
OLD RYE WHISKEY. —Copper distilled, !
a choice article, for sale hy J. k J. M. GIRYIN,
! 811-tf 93 Smith's wharf. ;
OLIVE 01L.—150 baskets, fresh, in pints j
and quarts, for sale hy EDWARD L. PALMER,
au27 4 Bowly's wharf. I
LD RYE WHIBKE Y—7s bbls:DTUru I
ger's, Pure Rye, warranted.
100 bbls. S. HORINES' Old Rye;
50 " MT. -ETNA ditto.
50 " FUN K ditto,
and various other brands Old Rye WHISKEY, pure as re
ceived from the manufacturers, for sale hy
JAMES WHITEFORD,
au2s-d4m Spear's wharf.
— LDTRON:
A quantity for sale by KNOX k CO.,
aulß-tf 9 Grocers' Exchange.
( \ Ll) RAILROAD IRON. "
400 tons of old RAILS, for sale by
STEPHEN S. LEE.
au l7 50 South Gay st.
LIVE OIL. —200 baskets, new crop, su
perfine Clarified Bordeaux SWEET OlL—"J.Durand"
stamp. Imported and for sale by
LAURENCE THOMSEN k CO.,
anl7-tf 61 Exchange Place.
Zm~LEMON"
I / 30 cans just received from Messina, pure, for sale
by J. CROSBY & SON,
al) 14 15 Bowley's wharf.
OLEINE iSOAP. —SO boxes Gross & Diet
v/rich's Oleine Soap, for sale by
GEO. SLATER,
jyl4-tf to Commerce street.
PEA NUTS.—I,OOO bush. African, South
ern and Tennessee, for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX,
117 Lombard street. s2B-tf
PRIME CURRANTS. 12 casks Primi
CI'RRANTS just received and for sale by GEO. L
HARRISON, No. 6 O'Dotmell'a Wharf. sl6 tf
PORT AND SHERRY WINES of choice
qualities, of direct importation, in wood and glass,
! or sale by GEO. L. HARRISON,
jelO-tf 6 O'Donri ill's Wharf.
PORK AND LARD.—2OO bbls. Mess and
Prime Pork; also, Lard, for sale by JOSEPHCARSON
& CO. ocl tf
PROVISIONS.
150 Hhds. BACON SIDES,
75 " " SHOULDERS,
30 " " TERRE HAUTE HAMS,
3000 pieces SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
2500 •' PLAIN do. in canvass,
50 tierces familv S. C. HAMS,
75,000 lbs. BULK SHOULDERS,
50,000 " " HAMS,
LARD, in bbls. and kegs, for sale by
SMITH & NICODEMUS,
aulO Baltimore st.
PIG IRON.—Baltimore Forge.
50 tons of best WHEEL IRON.
50 tons SCOTCH; in yard and for sale bv
STEPHENS. LEE,
aulO 50 South Gay st.
PORT WI N E.—Very choice OLD PORT
bottled in Oporto, and imported direct, and for sale
by GEO. L. HARRISON,
jyl9 6 O'Donnell's wharf.
PEPPER AND PIMENTO.
350 BAGS IN B0X1) AND DUTY PAID.
400 " PEPPER.
For sale by W. H. CRAWFORD & CO.,
je3-tf 02 Smith Street.
PEE AN NETS.— Prime Texas hm/lini;
and for sale by J. CROSBY & SON, 15 Bowlys wharf.
| s2O
ROVISIONS.
150 casks Western Bacon Sides,
j 100 44 44 Shoulders,
75 " Bulk Shoulders,
2000 Family Hams, for sale bv
HENRY RTEMAN k SONS,
! s3-tf Howard st
PECAN NUTS.—SO barrels for sale low by
SCHWARTZ & DIN, 117 Lombard st. *sl3-tf
PORT AND CLARET WI NES,
S F. G A R S , kc .
Large stocks always in and out of Bond. FINE VIR
GINIA APPLE BRANDY.
WM. GRANGE & CO.,
je3-tf 3 Exchange Place.
PUMICE STONE . —9(l casks Pumice
Stone for sale by F. L. BRAUNS & CO.'
| fe22-tf No. 11 Cheapside, cor. of Lombard st.
PORT WlNE.—Very choice old bottled
PORT—suitable for invalids—for sale bv
GEO. L. HARRISON,
j je2B-tf 6 O'Donnell's wharf.
PRESERVED LOBSTER,
50 DOZEN CANS PRESERVED LOBSTER, for
je2 : tf _ __ _ JAS. CORNER k SONS.
PI G IRON-
Soft Anthracite No. 1 IRON, warranted as soft as
Scotch IRON. For sale by
STEPHEN S. LEE,
| apR-tf 50 South Gay street,
PECAN NUTS. 50 barrels and bags land
ing and for sale by ED WD. L. PALMER,
j au3l-tf 4 Bowly's Wharf.
UERCITRON BARK.
Wanted by KNOX k CO..
| aulß-tf 9 Grocers* Exchange.
RICE.— 20 tierces prime Rice lor snle by
GEO. L. HARRISON,
| auSl-tf 6 O'Donnell's Wharf.
RED EACH CHAMPAGNE.
I have received an invoice of this celebrated Cham-
I pagne, which I offer for sale wholesale and retail.
GEO. HOLLINS, Sole Importer,
myl2-tf 14 N. Charles street.
REFUSE SALT.
500 barrels for sale by
| au23 JOSEPH CARSON & CO.
RAISINS.
1.000 boxes BUNCH,
1,000 half and quarter boxes do.,
100 boxes LAYERS,
100 drums SULTANA.
For sale by SCHWARTZ k DIX,
j au4-tf 117 Lombard street.
RICE . —4() casks RICE for sali' by
jySO-tr JAS. CORNER k SONS
ROSIN.— r,1 in bi.is. COMMON ROSlN—
afloat, for sale by
i jy3o.tr JAS. CORNER k SONS.
RICE. —30 tierces strictly Prime, for sale
by GEO! L. HARRISON,
j j.vlO 6 O'Donnell's wharf.
R ANSON'S FAMILY SU< JAR-CURED
HAMS,of a fine flavor, just received, suitable for
j Grocers and Hotels, for sale by SMITH k NICODEMUS,
Baltimore st. ocl-tf
SIDES AND SHOULDERS.— SO hhSi",
prime Cincinnati Bacon, bright and handsome, for sale
! by .11 is EPII CARSON k C<). oe'2-tf
; DHERRY WINE, of fine quality, by the
LJcask or demijohn, for sale by JNO. H. O'DONOVAN,
Jr., 33 Cheapside. ocl-dtf
SHOVELS AND SPADES— The most
complete assortment in the market, for sale at lowest
| rates by M. KEITII, JR., & SON, 23 South Charles street.
I
STEEL. —Cast, Shear, German and Blister
STEEL, constantly on band and for sale at manufac
turer's lowest rates, by M. KEITH, JR., & SON, 23 South
Charles street. ocl-tf
OUSQUEHANNA 11ERR1N(JS.—40 bl.ls.
LJNo. 1 Susquehanna Roe Herrings; 60 half bids. do.
do. do. A superior article for family use, received and
for sale by J. F. MILLER & CO., 79 Bowly's wharf.
_s2s 8t
Wl II -!•■• .1' ALMONDS.—IOO boxes and
j IJ'2O barrels, for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX, 117 Lom
bard street. s2B-tf
SARDINES.— i, (ion cases, wholes, halves,
and quarters, for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX, 117
Lombard street. s2S-tf
SIDES AND SHOULDERS. Prime
Cincinnati packed Bacon Sides and Shoulders for sale
: by JOSEPH CARSON & CO. 527
ST. CROIX 111 M.—s puncheons superior
([uality, landing and for sale by C. If. MYERS k
BRo. A 524-tf
SEED LEAK TOBACCO.—2B cases Seed
Leaf Tobacco, in store and for sale by JAMES WHITE
FORD, Spear's wharf. 523 4t
SHOULDERS, —50 hhds. prime Bacon
and Bulk Shoulders, just received and for sale bv JO
SEPH CARSON & CO. oc4 tf
CALT. —5,000 sacks Ground Alum Salt,
k3now afloat, per ship "Ann E. Hooper," for sale in lots
to suit purchasers, by J. HOOPER & CO., Commercial
Building, Gay st. 523 tf
ALT.—2,OOO sacks Jeffrey & Darcey's
OFine Salt, direct importation; for sale by CEO. SLA
TER, 10 Commerce st. 522-tf
SALAD OlL.—odd lloxcs and Dottles,
pints and quarts, for sale by J. CROSBY k SON, 15
I Bowly's wharf. s2O
SARDINES. —2d eases whole, half and
quarter boxes, in store and for sale by EI). L. PAI.M
--j EK, 4 Bowly's Wharf. sir,
i GALAD OIL.—IOO baskets, quarts and
Opints. in store and for sale by ED. L. PALMER. 4
Bowly's Wharf.
OCOTCII \V iIIMKEY.—Id Puncheons
kjStewart Highland Malt SCOTCH WHISKEY, of very
j high flavor, in bond and in store, for sale by the puncheon
j or in quantity to suit purchasers, by J. B. CHARRON &
CO., Agents, 132 and 134 West l.ombard St., East of Hano
ver St. 813 tf
SIDES AND PORK—BACON SIDES
and MESS PORK, for sale bv
sS tf JOSEPH CARSON k CO.
SHOULDERS— Prime City and Western
Smoked SHOULDERS, in tight casks, for sale bv
i b8 tf JOSEPH CARSON & CO.
CHIPPING HAMS.—2.OOO pieces small
►Osize, in canvass, and prime quality, for sale bv
si SMITH k NICODEMUS.
SEED \\ HEAT.—2OOO bushels ofthecele
brated Johnson Blue Stem White Wheat—similar to
that which I sold last year with so much satisfaction to
those who used it for Seed. The Commissioner of Patents
i has purchased 100 bushels of this lot, for distribution.
N. E. BERRY,
i anflS No. 63 Pratt street.
SEIGNETTE BRANDY Just landed ex-
Brig u Kron-princesse Louisa," from Rochelle, and
I for sale from Bonded Warehouse, low, bv
au2o tf C. H. MYERS A- BRO.
CI ALT.—S,OOO Bushels Turk's Island Salt,
k3in store, for sale by HALL k LONEY,
au'Jl tf 56 Buchanan's wharf.
SIDES. — 100 hhds. Western and city
smoked Racon Sides, for sale l>y JOSEPH CARSON k
CO. s!7tf
SPICES -SPICES— SPICES.
PEPPER—BOO bags prime Sumatra.
PIMENTO—6OO bags prime Jamaica.
CASSIA—2.SOO mats and cases Canton.
GINGER—2OO bags East India.
CLOVES—IOO bales Zanzibar.
NUTMEGS—S.OOO lbs. Penang and Gov't No. 1.
MACE—2.SOO lbs. Government No. 1.
Also, a full assortment of GROUND SPICES. MUS
! TARD, &c., for sale to the wholesale trade of this city, the
i South, and West, at same prices and time as any other
| house in the Union. W. H. CRAWFORD k CO.,
Proprietors Phoenix Spice Mills,
al9 62 South street.
I QULTANA RAISINS.—IOO Drums prime,
Islanding and for sale by EDWD. L. PALMER,
! au3l tf 4 Bowly's Wharf.
T. JOHN ALEWIVES—I,OOO bblsTln
store and to arrive. For sale at lowest rates bv
CURTIS k POST,
; jyl2 tf 43 South and 41 Pratt street.
' Square AND HEXAGON NUTS,
WASHERS and CLINCH RINGS.—AII sizes con
stantly on hand. Also SHIP SCRAPERS and SHIP
AUGERS for sale by DUGAN & JENKINS,
jylO-tf No. 21 South Charles street.
! HERRY~VVINES—From Messrs. Vin.la
de X Harmony k Co., Cadiz, consisting of their TA-
I BLE WINE, TOPAZ, OLOROSA, PAGARETTA, &c., for
sale from store and bonded warehouse.
P. TEIRNAX & SON,
Importers,
jeld 12 North Charles street.
TARCH.
1,000 BOXES OF THE CELEBRATED WEST
I PHILADELPHIA BRAND. For sale bv sole Agents,
WM. H. CRAWFORD & CO.,
j je3-tf No. 62 South Street.
CYTHES:
500 DOZEN "DARLING'S" AND "WALDRON'S'
Stump American Corn and Grass Sevtlies.
Also, SCYTHE SHEATHS, SCYTHE STONES, and
SCYTHE SHARPENERS.
| For sale at factory rates by HISS k COLE,
j jel tf 27 and 29 South Charles Street.
HAD AM) "HERRING.
Just received, a splendid lot of No. 1 Shad and
Herring, for sale at lowest rates, by
W D. SHURTZ k CO.,
my26-tf No. 11 Commerce Street.
SH E RRYWINES
Harmony & Co.'s and Triarke's celebrated SHER
i RIES, for sale from store and bonded warehouse.
P. TIERNAN k SON, Importers,
; ap3 tf 12 N. Charles street.
HPELEGRAPH WlßE.—About six miles
JL No. 9 Telegraph Wire, for sale low, to close sales.
STICKNEY k CO., Exchange Place. ocl 3t
TAR. —3(H) Rbls. Tar, lauding ami for sale
by JAS. CORNER & SONS. oc4 3t
AM A RINDS.
JL 10 Casks for sale by KNOX k CO.,
au!B-tf 9 Grocers' Exchange.
VANILLA BEAN.—I can prime, for sale
by SCHWARTZ k DIX, 117 Lombard st. sl3-tf
YTNEGAR-25 BBLS. LANCASTER
COUNTY, Penn., PURE CIDER VINEGAR, re
ceived and for sale by J. F. MILLER & CO.,
sl-tf 79 Bowly's wharf.
WESTERN ADAMANTINE" CAN
DLES of the best brands, for sale by GRANT k
BRO., 61 Exchange Place. 524-tf
INE VINEGAR.—IS quarter casksg.-n
--uine French White Wine VINEGAR, 44 T. Clem,"
just received and for sale by
LAURENCE TITOMSEN k CO.,
au2s Exchange Place.
WIDOW CLICQUOT'S CHAMPAGNE.
An invoice of this celebrated and scarce WINE
daily expected. For sale wholesale and retail, by
GEO. HOLLINS,
aulO tf Corner Fayette and Charles sts.
WHITE HERMITAGE WINE."
TV 25 Cases very superior quality, vintage 1848, just
received and for sale by
J. B. CHARRON *: CO., Ao'TS,
132 and 134 West Lombard St.,
I>l9 tf 2 doors east of Hanover.
TIROOP'S ouio PEARL STARCH.
▼ T Having been appointed Agents, we will keep con
stantly on hand a full supply of this celebrated STARCH.
We respectfully call the attention of the trade and ship
pers to this Starch, it being warranted to keep in any
climate and to give complete satisfaction.
GRANT & BROTHER,
' fe22 tf 61 Exchange Place.
WIDOW" CLICQUOT'S ERA ERA
pagne. —A small "invoice of this rare WINE, just
received and for sale bv
LAURENCE TITOMSEN k CO.,
*N2O tf Exchange Place.
pi Bbls. GREEN GINGER, just received
| E_YAND for sale by JAMES SLOAN, No. 9I Lombard st.
J sl7 tf
lAßags YVALNOTS,
1U 10 bags FILBERTS,
10 do. PALMNUTS,
5 bales Bordeaux ALMONDS.
JAMES SLOAN,
aul4-tf No. 91 Lombard street.
C)pi TRCS. GARDNER, PHIPPS&CO.,
sugar cured family Hams, in store ami for
sale by SMITH ft NICODEMUS, Baltimore at. ocl tf
p.(\ Boxes SHELLED ALMONDS^
! O\J 5 cases CITRON,
10 bags S. S. ALMONDS, for sale by
JAMES SLOAN,
aul4-tf N0.91 Lombard street.
/xA TIERCES CHOICE S. C. HAMS,
TJ\J for family use, for sale by
au2l tf SMITH & NICODEMUS.
RA Bbls. VIRGINIA RYE WHISKEY—
] IN store, and for sale by
Da CORMIS k ROGERS,
mr24-tf 4 Commerce street.
KRT KKfiS BUIIHiKroN SNAILS
*-J\J In store and for sale at Manufacturer's prices by
STEPHEN S. LEE,
apl7-tf. _ _ 50 S. Gay street
j aXHlidsT WESTERN SMOKED BACON
j / — bright and handsome, for sale by
! au2l-tf SMITH k NICODEMUS.
7~K Hhds. Prime B.U ON SHOULDERS.
brands, bright and handsome, for sale by
| S4_tf _ SMITH k NICODEMUS.
7 pi BBLS. NO. 1 BEEE, IN STORE
and for sale by C. A k T. N. HALL,
ap!7 tf 4 iCamden street.
OA BARRELS, CHOICE OLD RYE
Ov" WHISKEY. 40 Qr. Casks MADEIRA, SHERRY
i and PORT WINES, part medium quality. BRANDIES,
I GIN, RUM, kc.
For sale by GEO. SLATER,
I jelO-tf 10 Commerce street.
! inn Tierces Choice SHIPPING HAMS,
1 \-\JVJ short cut and put up in yellow bags, for sale in
lots to suit purchasers, by G NTHER k RODEWALI),
90 Lombard street, one door Wes of Exchange Place.
523 tfr
INN ,{ BLs. PURE COBBER DIS
LL'L/ TILLED RYE WHISKEY, two years old, in
store and for sale by J. F. MILLER k CO.,
__sl-tf 79 Bowly'S wharf.
INN TIGHT HHDS. in good order, lor
11/V/sale by SMITH & NIJODEMUS, "Baltimore
street. 527 tf
I X/ Y~HHDS. BACON SIDES, SHOUL
'IV/DKRS AND HAMS;
: 200 bbls. Ohio Extra Flour;
200 bbls. (fliio high proof Whiskey;
75 bbls. Ohio Old Rye Whiskey;
5 bbls. very choice Old Malt Whiskey;
• 30 bbls. Old Bourbon Whiskey, warranted genuine,
from "C. Alexander," Paris, Bourbon co., Kentucky.
60 hhds. choice Western Smoked Shoulders, in tight
J Bacon casks;
40 hhds. Western Smoked Sides, in tight Bacon casks,
j 20 do. do. do. llains, do. do.
5 tierces "Marfield's" superior Family Hams;
10 kegs superior Sausage Cases;
J In store and for sale by B.T.ELDER,
825 tf 120 s. Entaw 81, opposite B. &O. R.R. Depot.
i onn BBLS. CRUSHED.PULVERISED
I sCVJyJ AND CLARIFIED SUGARS.
50 Bbls. BALTIMORE & BOSTON REFINED SYRUPS.
For sale by GEO. SLATER,
i apl2 tf 10 Commerce street.
9nn Bbls - OLD MONONGAHELA
<VL/V RYE WHlSKEY— extra fine, and highly im-
I proved by age.
For sale by DE CORMIS k ROGERS,
I mr 24 tf 4 Commerce street.
I FIN Hhds. Western Smoked BACON
I JL \./V_/siI)ES: 50 hhds. City do. do. do.; 60 hhds. City
; do. do. SHOULDERS; for sale bv
; S4-tf SMITH ft NICODEMUS.
; CHOICE MUSCOVADO
sCtjyj MOLASSES.
300 Bbls Choice NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES.
For sale by GEO. SLATER,
! apl2 tf 10 Commerce street.
*~} r 7 r\ Bales bright Missouri HEMP, for
I ejsale in lots to suit the wants of the trade—by
GUNTIIER .v RODEWALD, 90 Lombard street, one door
West of Exchange Place. 523-tfr
OHO Bbls " Choice OLD RYE and BOUR
'JV / V/NON WHISKEYS, warranted pure, for sale by
CUXTHKU k RODEWALI), 90 Lombard street, one door
! West of Exchange Place. 523-tfr
KAA BBLS. CHOICE KENTUCKi
Extra and Super Flour, received and for sale
by DUVALL & IGLEIIART, 128 Light steeet wharf.
829-tf
KAABBLS, NOVA SCOTIA HER
; T/V/U RINGS, in prime order, for sale by
Je24 .! AM ES CORN ER & SONB.
Bbls. very choice Ohio Extra Flour,
VJ v/ V/just received, for sale by B. T. Elder, No. 120 S.
F.utaw st.. opposite B. A: >. R. R. Depot. OC2*tf
65() cu EE W 111 ()I( (JuT T1 G
1,200 Boxes English Dairy CHEESE.
200 44 Pine Apple 44
1,000 44 "Kingsford" Oswego Starch.
200 bbls. Clarified Cider Vinegar.
DAVID T. BUZBY,
aps 6m. 6 Exchange Place.
OAA Hhds. of Kentucky and Mason coun-
OL/'J ty TOBACCO, comprising all grades of heavy
shipping leaf, as well as the lighter descriptions, suit
able for Cutters and Segar makers, for sale by GUNTHER
& RODEWALD, 90 Lombard street, one door West of Ex
change Place. 523-tfr
1 FLOO > s i'iall sizes, suitable lor
LUUL/ Shipping. For sale by
SMITH k NICODEMUS,
J my22-tf 381 Baltimore Street.
9 OOO SACKS ASHTON FINE SALT.
/WJV/V/WIN prime order, delivered at the Point, or up
town, for sale in lots to suit at lowest prices, by DUVALL
k IGLEIIART, 128 Light st. wharf. 529 tf
SAAA Sacks G. A. SALT, in store an I
for sale by
sl-tf J. F. MILLER k CO.
. OHO WESTERN HI T
TJ in barrels and half barrels, in store
' and for sale by C. A. kT. 11. HALL,
au24-tf 4 Camden street.
' 0 000 IWS S. < (."FA.MJLYHAMS,"
' U' 'l/V 3,000 pieces plain HAMS; for sale by
AU-JL tf SMITH ft NICODEMUS. *
ACi 000 LISS - M,:, K A'KAT;
SHOULDERS, SIDES AND HAMS,
• in store, and for sale by
| C. A. k T. N. HALL,
( I apl7 tf 4 Camden street.
~0 NM'RII™ PRIME BACON
; Jl *,Uv/UsiIOUI.DERS, for sale hy
au'J4 JOSEPH CARSON k CO.
1 £\o 000 POUNDS PRIME BACON
' J' 7 ,1/ V /UsiIOULDERS, for sale by
an 24 JOSF.PH CARSON k CO.
I 000 FEET 0P GAS AND
'JUU,UUO WATER ril'E, from to in.
i diameter, for sale low by
DUGAN k JENKINS.
, jylO tf No. 21 South Charles street, Bait.
HHHE DAWN OK BETTER TIMES
, JL FOR BABIES AND MOTHERS.
' We invite the attention of parents to a new article for the
amusement and exercise of infants, and assisting them TO
I walk. It is made of willow, quite light, easily moved
1 about, and so constructed that it is impossible for the child
1 to fall. It will be 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 the
5 I usual ag*. The following testimonials show the estima
, tion in which it is held by those who have it in use.
[From Rev. S\ /. Prime. I). J)., Editor of the New York
Observer. ]
NEW YORK, November 9th, 1857.
J For several days past, my little daughter has been using
the Infant Gymnasium, and she is delighted with its oper
ation, obtaining amusement and exercise hour after hour
as she travels about the room. I should think itadmira
, bly adapted to the Nursery and Play-room of children.
S. I. PRIME.
[ From Thomas Dunn English, M. D.. Editor of the, N. Y
Sunday Courier.J
: NEW YORK, January 4th, 1858.
MR. N. W. SPEF.RS —SIR:—I generally refuse to give
| certificates to anything; but this Baby-Walker of yours
) seems to give so much satisfaction to a every juvenile mem
j her of my family, that I break through the rule on its be
half. It appears to be well adapted to the purpose for
• which it is designed. It allows exercise without fatigue,
, delights the infant exceedingly, and is a guardian against
the evils sometimes resulting from the neglect of nurses.
' You are at liberty to use these lines in any way calculated
to DO you service. THOS. DUNN ENGLISH, M. D
For sale only in this city, by
CORTLAN k CO.,
R ; aul4-tf Nos. 216 and 218 Baltimore st.
APER HANGINGS; ~
HOWELL k BROTHERS,
MANUFACTURERS,
260 BALTIMORE ST., OPPOSITE HANOVER,
I Arc now receiving their fall supply of their superior PA
PER HANGINGS. The stock will prove on examination
1 to be as large as any in the country, embracing every
thing new and desirable, of the richest and cheapest de
scriptions—FßENCH, directly imported, as well as our
own manufacture.
Having increased our facilities by introducing new and
' improved machinery into our Faetoiy — customers can de
pond on the quality and style of the goods, as also the
' prompt fulfillment of orders.
Our assortment of GOLD PAPERS, VELVETS, WOOD
IMITATIONS, PANELINGS, BORDERS, CURTAIN PA
Orders from the country promptly filled.
PAPER put on in the best manner, and promptly. s2ltf
MARYLAND
LIGHTNING ROD COMPANY.
E. F. LUPTON'S
IMPROVED PATENT
ENAMELED LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS,
WITH SCREW INSULATORS,
SOLD Wholesale and Retail at his Desk,
No. 3 MECHANICS' EXCHANGE, SUN IRON BUILDING,
BA L TI MORE.
| Copper and Enameled Rods constructed on Ships, Dwell
ings and Public Buildings, in the safest and best manner.
Also for sale, Lightning Rod Points, Glass Insulators and
I Trimmings, for putting up rods.
ALL ORDERS FROM TOWN OR COUNTRY, DI
RECTED TO HIM, WILL BE PROMPTLY ATTENDED
I TO. j.v27 tf
JOHN STIANAMAN
HAS REMOVED FROM SNOW HILL,
And commenced the Manufacture of
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TIN & SHEET IRONWARE
AT
No. 15 S. CALVERT STREET,
BALTIMORE,
Where every article connected with his business may be
found, and which will be disposed of at the lowest prices.
Special attention paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
tHT AII orders from the Eastern Shore and elsewhere
I **DI receive prompt attention. mr6-ly
("l O L LTE CTI () N A GE > CY ~
J J. D. PRATT k CO.,
Are prepared to receive and transmit CLAIMS FOR COL
LECTION in any city or county in the United States or
, British Provinces. Being in direct and frequent corres
pondence with reliable Attorneys in every city and county,
our facilities for effecting speedy and prompt COLLEC
TIONS aresuch as will give entire satisfaction.
OFFICE OF THE MERCANTILE AGENCY, corner
Baltimore and South Charles streets. mr6-tf
I~J IMNLFWATCHEFL
GEO. W. WEBB,
| Invites the attention of purchasers to his stock of Gold
i Watches by celebrated makers—Jules Jurgensen, Chas.
Frodsham, I'atek Philippe k Co., Chas. Taylor k Son
Wm. Dixon, H. Reynolds Lemon and others of English
j and Swiss manufacture. 9 20
RUBBER OVERSHOES:
/Men's Overshoes, Ladies' Sandals,
44 Foot-holds, 44 Buskins,
44 Bootees, 44 Slippers,
44 Long Boots, 44 Gaiter Boots,
4 * Long-top Boots, 44 Long Boots,
Fishermen's Boots, Misses Overshoes,
Boys' Overshoes, 44 Boots and Sandals.
Also, Table Oil Cloths, Umbrellas, Suspenders, Hair and
J Tooth Brushes, for sale to the trade at the lowest prices,
j T M PUNDERBON k CO., No. 209 Baltimore street, near
1 Charles street, S!5-tf
Klines, f iqaors, fa. j
PURE OHIO CATAWHA BHANDY •
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
This Brandv has been manufactured for several years I
from the PURE JUICE of the CATAWBA GRAPE, thus '
affording additional evidence of the progress of American
; enterprise and industry, and of our ability to produce ar
ticles at home equal to those made bv any other nation,
i The OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY not only equals, but
1 EXCELS the best Imported Brandies in purity and flavor, i
It is in fact the BEST BRANDY known. This statement
is fully corroborated by the certificates of our most dis
tinguished analytical Chemists.
A sure remedy for DYSPEPSIA, FLATULENCY,
('RAMI', CHOLIC, LANGUOR, LOW SPIRITS, GENE
RAL DEBILITY, kc.
■ ! NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
T RETAIL PRICE $1.25 PER BOTTLE.
G. Simmonds has appointed DAVIS k MILLER, Whole
sale Druggists, 12 N. Howard street, Sole Agents for the
State of Maryland, where dealers and customers will
j please forward their orders. sB-lm j
ffppl USOO Bbis] MAGNOLIA WTIIS
i HjEgjaMTKEY.—S. N. Pike k Co.'s Cincinnati, OR1GI
: ■' 111 1 NAL MAGNOLIA WHISKEY, which has so j
eminently maintained its high reputation in every part of
the United States during the lust twenty years, will
hencefortli always be found in great supply and furnished j ;
to the trade at CINCINNATI PRICES, bv the subscribers, i
appointed SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE AGENTS for the !
above old Distilleries.
The public are cautioned against the spurious imitative |
* brands which envious parties have so long foisted on pur- |
chasers. Their great inferiority to Pike's Original Mag
nolia may effectually serve to detect them.
W. GRANGE & CO.,
3 Exchange Place.
ALSO,
Pike's superior deodorized COLOGNE and other Spirits,
at lowest market prices. s8 tf
] fUET* "COMING THROUGH THE
\jgeg|jRYE!"—CHOICE OLD RYE WHISKEY,
afc c. ZIEGLER, BROWNSVILLE, PENN.
IN CASES OF ONE DOZEN BOTTLES EACH.
This extra old Whiskey, warranted pure and deliciously j
mild, is unsurpassed by any in the market. It is pa ticu
larly calculated for family use, where quality is a consid
eration. Sold exclusively by the proprietor's agents,
WM. GRANGE k CO.,
s8 tf 3 Exchange Place.
THOMAS SHIELDS. P. J. ROCHE.
SHIELDS & ROCHE,
UjggKtf IMPORTERS OF
WINES AND BRANDIES,
And dealers in all kinds of DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
No. 145 North Howard street, Baltimore, Md.
Always on hand, a large stock of superior Old RYE
r WHISKEY. aul7 tf
, r A 4UTXOW tv M< Ml I,LH.\,
' NO. 47 CHEAPSIDE,
47 SOUTH CALVERT STREET,
1 IMPORTERS OP
r r BRANDIES, WINES , c.,
| Now offer, in and out of bond, all kinds of WINES anil
' BRANDIES, at the lowest New York prices. We keep on
hand constantly, an extensive assortment of these GOODS,
to which we invite the attention of TRADE. Our facili
ties are not surpassed by any house in this country.
, We enumerate in part, the following stock:
, Cognac Brandies—Jas. Hennessy; Otard, Dupuy k Co.;
Jules Robin, Rochelle Brandy, Camilie Seignett, Bor
' deaux Brandy, Champagne Brandy, of different grades.
Madeira—Welsh's, Almeida —Newton, Gordon k Co.; L.
Koester & Co.; Celte, Sicily Colli, and Muscat.
Sherry—Pemartin, Duff, Gordon k Co.; Romano, Of
i i fley's.
j Port Wine—Bumester's, Royal Alto, Duoro k Co., G. T.
Port; V. R. Port; Osborne's, Treble Grape, kc.
' j Claret—of various grades, in cases.
' Choice and inferior brands of Champagne—Mums, Verz
e I en ay. Cabinet, Imperial, Due De Montabello, and other i
j brands.
! Malaga—Of different brands.
Also, Porto Rico Bay Rum, in cases. aul2
I LAURENCE TIIOMSF.X &. CO..
I HMss^g ■•EXCHANGE PLACE. HEAD OF COMMERCE I
STREET,
IMPORTERS OF
' i BRANDIES, WINES, SEGARS &c.,
Offer for sale an extensive assortment of
M BR A N I) I E S :
J. Hennessy; Otard, Dupuy k Co.; Jean Louis, 1811; Su
• ! perior old Cognac; Jules Robin k Co.; A. Seignette; John
Durand k Co.—of various grades. All in l r . S. Bonded
Warehouse.
WINES;
Sherry, Maderia, Port, Sicily, Lisbon, Burgundy and
Malaga Wines in casks. Also, Champagne, Claret and j
) Hock in glass—part very choice; Curacoa and Maraschino ,
Cordials.
HOLLAND GIN, of Bicker's <4 Grape" brand—of highly
• i approved quality. London Brown Stout and Porter;
i Scotch and India Ale. Bordeaux and Marseilles Sweet j
_ 1 Oil, Sardines, Maccaroni, Vermicelli, Olives, Capers,&c., I
HA 1 ANA SEGARS constantly receiving from a num
ber of the most celebrated manufacturers. A je3o-tf
I CHARLES H. ROSS &. CO,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
* LIQUORS, WINES d: c. ,
y NO 9 COMMERCE STREET,
Keep constantly in store and| United States Bonded
Warehouses,
x j COGNAC BRANDIES
' Otard Hennessey &e
ROC II EL L E BRANDIES,
Seignettee, Pellevoisin, kc.
HOLLAND GIN,
Grape, Imperial Eagle, kc.
r ;WI N E S ,
Champagne, Sherry, Port, Madeira, Malaga, kc.
y j AMERICAN LIQUORS,
r Special attention is solicited to their large stock of
OLD RYE WHISKEY,
Which cannot he excelled by any house in the United j
States, including Extra Fine Supei or Monongahela,
■ Jackson, Family, Pure R. Rye
r Also, Imitation Sweet
MALAGA WTNE
Which cannot be excelled by any house in the
e States.
DOMESTIC BRANDY, GIN,
PURE SPIRITS, RECTIFIED WHISKEY,
GINGER. LAVENDER AND
WILD CH ERIt Y BR A ND Y ,
All guaranteed to give satisfaction, or will he taken back.
jeß-tf
f r ' " A (■ A U I).—For the purpose of
'. ir|3gJ4] doing a more general CASH BUSINESS, I have
made arrangements to sell my stock of Goods
i for cash, at the lowest remunerating prices. This arrange- I
* | ment will be extended to all family accounts paid
1 promptly every June and January. A liberal allowance
will be made to wholesale purchasers, for cash. I offer for
1 sale in bond and in store,
; OLD COGNAC BRANDY, 15 venrs old.
OLD SCOTCH, IRISH AND RYE WHISKEY.
OLD JAMAICA RUM AND HOLLAND GIN
_ i MADF.IRA WIXF.S, DONALDSON'S SERCTAL
!_ ! RESERVE, and other WIXES, 20 years old.
SHERRIES, HI HOW HARMONY'S CELEBRATED
► TOPAZ, OI.D POM ARE, and other brands.
[ FINE OI.D PORT, CHAMPAGNE, (my own importation,)
with RED LACH, GOLD LACH, ASSOCIATE
VERZENAY,
nEIPSECK, and other good brands,
r D. LEIDEN'S CELEBRATED HOCK WINES.
STELTON, GLOSTER, PARMESAN AND AMERICAN
CHEESES.
OLD MOCHA, JAVA, and other COFFEES. TEAS of
, all kinds and best quality.
• ! FRENCH PEAS, MUSHROOMS, TRUFFLES, MEATS, ;
p and SOUPS, hermetically sealed; PATE DE FOI GRAS,
L i small size.
i A large assortment or FOREIGN and DOMESTIC COR
DIALS, and line GROCERIES of every description, for
' sale by GEO. HOLLINS,
14 N. Charles street,
| myl2 tf corner of Fayette.
- /CjppfrTAS. HAZLITT CO.,
* fljfifii IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
XX WINES, BRANDIES AND LIQUORS, |
39 k 41 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMORE.
~ A large anil superior stock of PURE RYE WHISKEYS,
! rom the most celebrated Distillers. mrl7 tf
r WINES: BRANDIES, RUMS, _
' viaHsj BLACK TEAS, &c.
25388 L p. TIERNAN & SON
'i Offer for sale the following articles, of their own importa
i tion. particularly for family use:
! SHERRY WlNES—Pemartine's finest pale, gold and
! brown Sherries, in wood and in glass,
j PORT WlNES—S;indcman'scompetition red and white
! Port, in wood and in glass.
| MADEIRA WINE—John Howard March's fine Madeira,
in wood and in glass; also. Grape Juice.
| IIOCK WlNES—Johannesberger, Steinberger, Marco
brunner. Cabinet, Lieb-frau-milch, Bronneberg, of 1846.
I CHAMPAGNE WINES—Moet and Chandon's finest, in
j quarts and pints.
) | BRANDIES.—Otard and Hennessy's fine old pale and
, dark Brandies.
RUMS—OId and fine Jamaica, Antigua, Grenada, and
• from the Islands, imported direct from London.
HOLLAND GlN—The best quality—Tiernan brand—and
- ; no mixture of aromatic poison in it.
K WIN ES, B UANUIKS, &C.
e j. 11. CHARRON & CO., AGENTS '
;o p(,u VIypYARD PROPRIETORS
INFRAN CE ,
>1 Hare just received and offer for sale very superior COGNAC I
a BRANDIES, vintagelSll. Charron Pereetfils Brand; Em
'■ ile Belmont & Co., Cognac Brandies, various vintages; ;
e Bordeaux Claret Wines from low to finest grades; Bur
l * gundy Wines, from Medium to very lK*st grades ]roiluced
] in France; superior White Wines; Champagne Wine,
* j various brands; HOLLAND GIN and SCOTCH 111118-
! KEYS of prime qualities.
; The above will he sold in a United States Bonded Ware
! house or duty paid.
r Also, on consignment, 10 bbls. very old and prime
ir Monongahela Rye Whiskeys; 10 hbls. very old copper dis
-1 | tilled Bourbon Whiskeys; 200 hbls. fine medium grades
Bourbon and Rye Whiskeys, to which we invite the attcn
! tion of tnose in want of pure liquors. Office No. 134 LOM
r [ BARD STREET. 3 doors east of Hanover. aps-tf
DENMLAD'S IRON WORKS.
e | A Sc W. DENMEAD & SONS,
S JIV.. BALTIMORE,
t Locomotive and Stationary Steam Eng ne Builders, Iron
Founders, General Machinists and Boiler Makers.
, r Manufacturers of Improved BLOWING MACHINES
' for Anthracite and other Blast Furnaces, SUGAR, GRIST
SAW and ROLLING MILLS
, fe22 Iy. i
A. MAT!HOT & SON'S
SOFA AND FURNITURE WAREROOMS,
j ' \ \ Nos. 25 AND 27 NORTH GAY ST.
(Near Fayette street.)
Extending from Gay to Frederick street.
Always on hand a large assortment of every variety of j
HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE FURNITURE, embracing— j
Bureaus, I Sofas, Assorted colors of
Bedsteads, | Tete a Teles, Cottage Furnit'e,
I Washstands, I Arm Chairs, Settees,
' Wardrobes, I Rocking Chairs, Wood Chairs,
n i Spring Beds, | Etageres, Office Chairs,
I Mattresses of I Marble Tables, Barber Chairs,
J Husk, Cotton Reception and Up Cribs and Cradles,
r and Hair, | hohiteredChairs, Sideboards.
| EXTENSION TABLES OF EVERY LENGTH.
J I Persons disposed to purchase are invited to call and give
; * | our stock an examination, which for variety and quality
e . of workmanship cannot be excelled by any establishment ;
in the country, A. MATHIOT k SON,
aul4 tf Nos. 25 and 27 \<rth Gay street.
L PALMER.
J WHOLESALE DEALER IS
if FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, Sc.,
iVo. 4 BOWLY'S WHARF.
BALTIMORE, MD.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
! ALMONDS, WALNUTS,
| FILBERTS, PALM NUTS,
GROUND NUTS. RAISINS,
CITRON, PRUNES, FIGS,
DATES. CURRANTS, ORANGES,
] LEMONS. ROCK CANDY,
I, I OLIVE AND BORDEAUX OIL,
GINGER, MACCARONI,
I- I FRENCH MUSTARD,
'. j FIRE CRACKERS,
tl i SARDINES, Sc.,
Which he offers to the trade at the lowest market
• rates. _ _ _ _ au3-tf 1
1 ! \ TLANTK" CABLE CANES,
- i ijL CANFIELD, BRO., k CO.,
| 229 BALTIMORE STREET. J
I Will receive on MONDAY, 13th instant, an invoice f .
I WALKING CANES, made from the Atlantic Telegraph
Submarine Cable, neatly mounted on silver. For sale
the trade or at retail.
TRAVELLERS. "
CANFIELD BROS. dS CO.,
• | 229 BALTIMORE STREET,
' Have on hand a great variety of articles, such as'DRES
SING CASES, TRAVELING BAGS, SOAPS, PElt
e ! FUMERV, RAZORS, TOOTH BRUSHES, FANS, PORT- j
MONNOIF.S, CIGAR CASES, &c., &c., all of the best
j quality.
POCKET FRUIT KNIVES, WITH SIL
VER BLADE, just received, together with a large va
r riety of line Steel Bladed Pocket Knives, of the best pat-
I terns. For sale, wholesale and retail, by
' | CORTLAN & CO.,
Importers and Dealers in
_ au2o tf Table Cutlery, Plated Goods, Ac.
OHINCILIvS ! SHINGLES !—Wt> have
I Ojust received a further supply of low priced SHIN
GLES, suitable for covering Barns and Out-houses; apply I
1 at 132 Light st. Wharf, or corner of Eutaw and German i
. j streets. (s!6 tf) BURNS & SLOAN. |
PEN CLEANER, PEN AND PENCIL
HOLDER AND PAPER WEIGHT
COMBINED.
A new and VERY USEFUL ARTICLE which no one
i who writes should be without. Just received anil for sale
SAM'L E. TURNER,
anS-tf No. 3 South Charles st. I
BUTTER COOLERS.—Just received and i
for sale at a very low price, a new style of block tin
Butter Cooler, which will not only serve the purpose of
I hardening Butter, but it proves to be a desirable orna
ment for the table. Apply to ALFRED H. REIP,
p At the Housekeepers' Emporium,
Jy3l-dtf f337 Baltimore street J|
FOU SHANGHAE DIREGT'
"twsߣfik (Union Line.) The A1 ship CURKITITCK,
T- F - Know Its, master, is now- loading in ,
New York, will leave on the Ist October. For freight or !
passage apply to W. RIIOADS&SON, !
Cor. Smith's wharf and Pratt street.
This ship made the passage from Bombay to Marseilles
n7B days. se!B j
" FOR HONG KONG DIRECT,
—TheAl Clipper Ship SWALLOW, 15. W.
-JP, Tucker, master, is now loading in New
York, wi'll TTsive immediate dispatch for the above port.
For freight or passage, apply to W. KHOADS & SON,
corner of Smith's Wliarf and. Pratt street. siß
FOR LIVERPOOL.—The rcg
ular A1 Packet Ship "WILLIAM PENN."
tt-,ii A. Meade, master, having the most of '
her cargo engaged and going on board, will meet with dis
patch. For balance of freight or passage, apply to
.F, HOOPER & CO.,
slB tf Commercial Building. l.'ay street.
~A BREMEN.—TheAI Bremen
ship JOHANNE WILHELMINE, J. H.
Thierman, master, will have quick dispatch
for the above port. For freight or passage apply to F. L.
BRAUXS & Co., corner Cheapside and Lombard street.
'
"2R££V FOR BOSTON EXPRESS |
LINE - The regular packetbarque EDWARD
ing freight for the above port, and will sail with dispatch.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board or to
THOMAS WHITRIPGE & CO.,
slB-tf A 22 &24 Bowly Wharf. ■
F°R SALIL, FREIGHT OR
CHARTER.—The schr. SEAMAN, built in
Maryland in 1854, is IK) tons, 77 feet on deck,
22 feet beam, 69# feet hold, copper fastened, tree nailed, ,
carries 900 bbls. or 5.000 bush, grain, draws 8* feet water
loaded. She is in good order for any voyage. Will he
sold on reasonable terms on application to
W.KHOADS & SON, I
s3-tf Cor. Smith's wharf and Pratt st. |
£££. FOR SALE, Tin- liri-r ANN I
ELIZABETH, 149 tons, copper-fastened—
carries a large cargo. Also the brig BRO- j
Til KKs>, 190 tons. Apply to
sl-tf * JAS. CORNER k SONS.
FOll SA OL—The fine keel
schooner HARRIET, formerly the C.RAHA M,
built for the Government in IS4B. of white 1
and live oak,copper-fastened, tree-nailed,yellow-metalled,
March. 1857, stows 1,030 round barrels, draws h* feet of
water deep loaded. Can be seen at Fardy's ship-yard,
south side the basin. For terras, &c., apply to W.
i RIIOADS&SON, corner Smith's wharf and Pratt street,
j aul7-tf
FOR SALE.—The schooner
MIGIOX ETTE, 103 tons, centre-board, two
years old, copper fastened and tree-nailed— ;
carries 5.100 bushels corn—draws six feet loaded, in first-
I rate order, and will be sold at a bargain. Apply to W. i
RHOADS k SON. an!7-tf '
-T'-£.A FOR FREIGHT OR
TfiSKSk. CHARTER.
dslis£££: AfineCOPPERF.iI BARIC, 3,000 barrels;
a hue fust sailing SCHOONER, l.fiOO barrels. Apply to
W. RHOADS & SON,
s6 Cor. Smith's wliarf anil Pratt street.
"A FO R FR E IGH T Oil !
CHARTER.
bne SCITOONER, burthen ft,ooo bushels '
or 150 tons; 1 do. burthen 5,100 bushels or 130 tons; 1 do. |
burthen 4.700 bushels or 120 tons —all in order for bu3i- t
i ness. Apply to W. RHOADS & SON,
i sO Cor. Smith's wliarf and Pratt street. '
I ££"& FOR FREIGHT OR cilAB
I V*M©k TF:R — Thc A 1 ship "A. M. LAWRENCE,"
! iSaSlSSsi'lohn Claypool, master, 593 tons register.
I Applv to J. CROSBY & SOX,
jyfil-tf 15 Bowly's wharf.
! £'£& VESSELS AVANTI I. /OIL
HAVANA.
"The undersigned are constantly in want
of vessels to load to and from Havana and Mantancas.
MORRELL & RANDALL,
fe2s-tf 58 Exchange Place.
steamships.
-T FOR SAVANNAH" GA
! ne Steamship CITY OF NOR
for the above port on SATURDAY, October 9th. at 3o'
I clock P.M.
j For Freight or passage, having all state room accommo
, ations, apply to T. H. BELT, JR., Agent,
oc4-lw Union Dock.
r; --r A "TO MERCHANTS AND
* SHIPPERS.—The Baltimore and Savan
■ nab Steamship Company, composed of
j first class Propellers, are now running tegularly between
I the above ports—a steamer leaving Baltimore every SAT
| URDAY, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
All freights for Nashville, Knoxville, and other parts of
| East Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, to Augusta, Macon,
! Milied geville, to all parts of Georgia, through from Sa
i van ll ah by Railroad. This is the cheapest and most re-
I liable route.
I All Freight sent to the undersigned promptly forwarded
at the usual rates.
1 Passengers will find excellent accommodation upon
these ships. T. H. BELT. JR., Agent,
s2O Union Dock.
OTVTW E I. L'S GREAT
' EASTERN, WESTERN AND SOUTHERN
I B9RMkIRBiSTEAM SIIIP FREIGHT AND PASSEN
GER LINE.
' The TEN STEAMERS of this Line are now in first rate
1 order, and the Agent announces to the business commu
nity that a Steamer will leave 116 Spear's Wharf, Balti
! more, and Pier Thirteen, North River, New York, EVE
! RY AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
Insurance may be effected on goods by the Cromwell's
Steamers to or from New York on open policies at their
, office, at one-eighth percent. This Insurance will be ef
; fected for the account of the owners of the property, (loss
if any payable to them) with the most responsible Compa
nies, whose certificate will he given when required.
One of the above steamers will leave Baltimore EVERY
SATURDAY afternoon, at 3 o'clock, for Charleston, S. C.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodations
apply to A. C. HALL, Agent,
116 Spear's Wharf, Balto.
A. B. CROMWELL, & CO.,
cor. Washington & Albany sts., N Y.
JOHN W. CALDWELL, Agent,
f''24 if. <'h:ir 1 ♦ ■ -Iti. S. C.
"/^RAPHODOMETER"
i XT IS THE NAME OF
A MA CHINE JUST PATENTED BY
J . M. W .A M P L E K ,
CIVIL AXD ME CI IA XICAL EXGIXEER,
BA LTI MORS, MD.
It Is an AUTOMATIC SURVEYOR, which, by simple
mechanism, is made to record accurately—on a strip, or
' endless roll of paper—a CORRECT PROFILE of any route
I passed over; the ANGLES of DEFLECTION rightaml left; and
i the DISTANCE travelled, upon any required scale, or set of
j scales.
This machine may represent in appearance or purpose,
an ordinary Buggy Wagon, with the addition of the very
i valuable attachment claimed above. There is a box con
! taining the simple contrivance for recording upon the
strip of paper as above mentioned. Motion is conveyed
J to the paper by the revolution of the hind wheel, which
i acts by hand and geer upon rollers over which the paper
| is carried. One half the strip of paper is devoted to hori
i zontal projection, the other half to vertical projection,and
the centre or division is a line of pricked distances.
The DEFLECTIONS are worked by the turning of the fore
axle of the Buggy in assuming the horizontal changes in
; the route; the PROFILE, by a weight, adapting itself to the
lowest position attainable through any changes in the lev
el of the route passed over; and the DISTANCES, by points
' at calculated intervals, on the periphery of one of the
rollers conveying the paper.
I will sell STATE RIGHTS, COUNTY RIGHTS, or INDIVID
UAL RIGHTS, for the USE. or USE and MANUFACTURE of
i this Machine on reasonable terms.
Address the patentee,
J. MORRIS WAMPLER,
jy22-dfim Baltimore, Md.
BREAD! BREAD!
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
GEO. W. ARNOLD, BAKER, corner of FAYETTE and
PARK STREETS, having DISSOLVED ALL CONNEC
TION as Superintendent of the Mechanical Bakery of this
city, informs his and customers that lie has fully
resumed his long established business at the OLD STAND,
and will hereafter give his undivided personal supervision
to the baking of the very best bread from the best Hour.—
Rye and Dyspepsia Bread, French and Albany Rolls,
Cakes, Pies, &c., &c.; every morning and evening fresh
articles can be had. He confidently hopes that the former
quality of his Bread, Rolls, &c., will ensure to his present
exrtious the increased support and patronage of his nu
meerous friends and long tried customers. Fresh Malt
i Yeast every day. GEO. W. ARNOLD'S Bakery,
Corner of Fayette and Park streets,
JylO dly. Baltimore.
HPO SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
-i MERCHANTS.
SCHA EFFER & LONEY,
NO. 3 HANOVER STREET, HALT.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
HARDWARE, CUTLERY AND GUNS.
Importing our foreign goods direct, and obtaining our
American Hardware from the best manufacturers for cash,
we offer to country merchants a stock, which, in quality
and price, will compare favorably with similar stocks in
any of the Atlantic cities. An examination is soli
cited. lylfi-tf
EXCELSIOR!
Ttf 1 fl CHICK K RING'S PIANOS.
I j y / tl Thi-subscriber, sole agent in Baltimore
j for the celebrated CHICK ERING PIANOS, will constant
ly keep oil band, and lie in regular receipt of these super b
instruments, which for quality of tone, elegance of style,
j superior finish and durability. Thalberg says—arc beyond
j comparison the best in America. Also, MUSlC.'and
I STOOLS, Ac Second-hand Pianos, from SSO to s'2oo
: MELODEONS, &c. J. T. STODDARD,
No. 4 S. Calvert street.
The following testimony from S. THALBERG, to the
| quality of these instruments, abundantly commends
I them:—"l consider the CHICK ERING & SONS'PIANOS
| far beyond comparison, tire BEST I have ever seen in
j America." * * * "I have much pleasure in certify
ing that there are no si/perinr instruments in Europe."—
i Addressed to J. SIEGLIXG & SON, Charleston, S. 0 , and
j N. CARUSI, Richmond, Va. au'2B
APEII YVAREHOU SB,
NO. 24 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
| JAMES S. ROHIXSON
1 Has on hand for sa>e, a large assortment of the various
i kinds of Paper, such as Printing, Writing, Wrapping, and
j Colored Papers, of all sizes and prices, which he isofi'ering
t low to punctual buyers. mal-tf
TABEZ I). 1' RAT T .
J COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS. Me
COMMISSIONER TO TAKE THE PROOF AND AC
i KNOWI.EDGMENT OF DEEDS, DEPOSITION'S. I'OW
; ERS OF ATTORNEY or other instruments in writing, for
; the States of
! New York, Mississippi, lowa,
Virginia, Arkansas, Wisconsin,
| Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Michigan,
I North Carolina, Kentucky, Connecticut,
| South Carolina, Ohio, New Hampshire,
I Georgia, Indiana, Maine,
j Alabama, Illinois, Minnessota terri
Louisiana, Missouri, tory,
J Texas, California, Florida.
Office corner of BALTIMORE and CHARLES STREETS,
entrance on South Charles street. mrß-tf
SELF-HEATING SMOOTHING IRON.
This novel and useful improvement in SMOOTHING
IRONS will be appreciated by thousands who have felt the
want of just such a convenience. Being heated by an al-
I coholic flam<\ if precludes the necessity of a fire in the |
1 house, which is a great desideratum in the summer time.
I Ladies who are hoarding in the town or country, will :
i readily perceive that this SELF-HEATING IKON is es- j
I pecially adapted to their wants and convenience.
By turning the handle aside, it forms a very convenient
, heater for nursery use.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
CORTLAN& CO.,
House Furnishers
jylfi-tf Nos. 216 and 218 Baltimore street*
PIE RACKS.—By tismc: which six pus i
can be put away and occupy no more space than one
for sale at the housekeeping warerooms of
CORTLAN & CO.,
wlfl Ho *2IR Baltimore t.
rriOMATOE BROILERS,
X A supply of TOMATOE BROILERS on hand, and
with the usual variety of housekeeping articles, will b
sold w, by ALFRED H. REIP,
At the Housekeeper's Emporium,
au!2-tf No. 337 Baltimore st.
BENJAMIN HORN ami others', nipiinst KI.IZBKTH
HORN and others.
SUPERIOR COURT OF BALTIMORE
ClTY—September 30th, 1858.—Ordered, this 30tli day
of September, 1858. that the agreement of sublease this
day filed hv WILLIAM C. PENNINGTON, Trustee in this
ease, be finally ratified and confirmed, unless cause to tlie
contrary be shown on or before October 22d, 185S; pro
vided a copy of this order be inserted in some daily paper
of the city of Baltimore twice a week for eacli of three
successive weeks before that day. The report states an
agreement to sublease a lot of ground on Baltimore street
26x90 feet, at the annual subrent of $98.50.
True copy. GEO. E. SAXGSTON, Clerk
Test—GEO. E. SANGSTON,
ocl-5 8-12-15-18&21 Cierk.
PRIME SHERRY . I have rceeivd 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 by
GEO. HOLLINS,
corner Fayette and Charles sts. 1
A SPECULATION.—The Public arc ~,
Xi-vited to call at my store to see the latest improve
ment in WASHING MACHINES—for which Patent Rights
for the States of Delaware, Maryland, and District of Co- i
lumbia, are for sale.
ALFRED H. REIP,
ul * tf No, 337 Baltimore st. |
sail soai>s.
' MMMM PHILADELPHIA,
wnrrr .Z-aai.. "WILMINGTON AND
r-.rr ir, £ A KTIMORE RAILROAD.
FALL ARRANGEMENT.
On and after MON DAY, October 4, Passenger trains for
Philadelphia will leave PRESIDENT STREET DEPOT
; DAILY (except Sundays) as follows :
EXPRESS TRAIN at B.3oo'clock A. M., WAY MAII
at 11 A.M.; EVENING MAIL at 5.40 P. M.
ON SUNDAYS at 5.40 P. M. only. All trains connect
with New York Trains except 5.40 I'. M., on Saturdays
From PHILADELPHIA to BALTIMORE at 8 4 '\i l
P. M. and 11 I'. M. " '
From HAVRE DE GRACE and intermediate plaees at
6 o'clock P. M.
FOR SEA FORD, DELAWARE.
Passengers Heaving Baltimore at II A. M., connect
, at Wilmington with 5.35 P. M. train, and 0.40 P M. from
Baltimore with 9.25 A. M. train.
NOTlCE—Allcolored persons, whether bond orfree will
| be required to bring some responsible, white person' per
tonally known to the undersigned, who will he willing to
sign a bond to the Company, before they will be taken
i over any portion of the road.
"c 4 tf WM. CRAWFORD, Agent.
■' () K TIIK
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after September 20th, 1858, the trains will run as
j follows;
Leave Camden Station, Baltimore—Mail (except San
; day) at 8..30 A. M.; Express daily at 5.05 P. M for ALL
; PARTS OF THE WEST, SOUTHWEST AND NORTH
WEST. Both trains go through direct.
FOR WAY PASSENGERS.
I Between Baltimore and Piedmont take the 830A. M.
j train; between Piedmont and Wheeling, and between
Grafton and Parkersburg, take the 5.05 P. M. train from
; Baltimore.
TIIE FREDERICK TRAIN leaves Baltimore at 4.15 P.
M., ami from Frederick at 8.40 A. M.
' THE ELLICOTT'S MILLS TRAIN leaves Baltimore at
6.20 A. M., and 5.30 P. M.,and Ellicott's Mills at 7.40 A. M..
and 6.40 P. M.
FOR WASHINGTON AXD THE SOUTH.
i Leave Baltimore at 4..30 and 9.30 A. M., and 3.30 and
5.30 P. M. On Sundays at 4.30 A. M. only. Leaves Wash
I ington for Baltimore at 5.35 and 7.45 A. M., and 3.30 and
4.45 P.M. On Sundays at 3.30 P. M. only. The second
i and fourth trains from Baltimore and Washington connect
i with trains on the Annapolis Road.
For tickets of every kind, information, &c., apply to
J. T. ENGLAND, Agent, or at the Ticket Office, Camden
station. W. P. SMITH,
Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. 522 tf
I\()irrilKli\ ( KN I I! \l. RAILWAY .
CHANGE OF HOURS AND TRAINS.
SUMMER ARRA XGEMEX T.
TTTE NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY being com
! pleted, and in operation to Williamsport, are making close
connections with trains over the Williamsport and Elmira
New York and Erie and Canandaigua Railroads for
WILLIAMSPORT, ELMIRA,ROCHESTER, SYRACUSE
NIAGARA FALLS, BINGIIAMPTON, BUFFALO,
BATAVJA, OSWEGO,
AND
i ALL THE TOWNS AND CITIES TX WESTERN NEW
YORK AND CANADA,
i On and after Monday, July 26, trains will run as follows:
I Passengers for Niagara Falls, Bufi'alo, Harrisburg, Car
lisle, Chamhersburg, Lancaster, leave Calvert Station
I 8, A. M. and 4.30, P. M.
Through to Niagara and Buff alb hours.
Passengers for Pittsburg, Chicago, Cincii m ti, St. Louis
1 anil other cities and towns in the West, Norti. and South
i west. leave Calvert Station at 8, A. M. and 10, P. M
' For Bedford Springs passengers leave by trains at 8, A .
i M. and 10, P. M., connecting with the Pennsylvania and
Broad Top Railroads.
I All trains stop at regular wav stations.
Fare to Elmira $7
Do. Niagara Falls 10
| Do. Buffalo 10
Baggage checked through to all principal points WEST
and NoRTH. Excurs on Tickets to Niagara and return
$13.00.
Passengers have the opportunity of stopping over at any
point, or any of the cities, on the route, and resume their
, i seats at pleasure.
By the completion of this road to Williamsport, we te
! fer the Travelers to the following comparison of distance :
By Northern Central Railway. By New York.
! 255 ELMIRA 459
292 OWEGO 423
314 BINGHAMPTOX. 401
324 CANAXD/iGUA 551
353 ROCHESTER 558
374 RATA V1A....- 590
, 394 SYRACUSE 477
i 421 NIAGARA FALLS 627
429 OSWEGO 512
j 404 BUFFALO 609
442 DUNKIRK 646
For THROUGH TICKETS and further correct and relia
ble information apply at the Ticket Office, Calvert Station ,
> N. E. corner of Calvert and Franklin streets, Baltimore.
aulO tf C. C. ADREOX, Superintendent.
: Steamboats.
r r . UOU THE SOUTH "
ijt'i aDIRECT FROM NEW YORK, PHiuA
DELPHI A and BALTIMORE, via the
" B A Y L INE,"
TO NORFOLK, WELDON, RALEIGH, WILMINGTON
I CHARLESTON, AUGUSTA, ATLANTA, MONT
GOMERY, AND NEW ORLEANS.
' 1 SPRING AXD SUMMER ARRANGEMENT
DAILY, (except Sundays,) via
BAY LINE & SEA BOARD & ROANOKE RAILROAD
■ TO THE ABOVE MENTIONED PLACES.
. 1 The Schedule being so arranged that the traveler is sub
jectto No NlfiHT TRAVEL on the Railroad from
NEW YORK TO WILMINGTON, N. C.
THROUGH TICKETS
1 From New York to Wilmington, X. C. - - - - $lB 00
Weldon, X'. C., 12 50
44 44 Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va., HSO
i 44 Philada. to Wilmington, N. C., - - - - 16 00
44 44 Weldon, N. C., 10 50
' 44 44 Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va., 650
44 Baltimore to Wilmington, N. C., - - - 14 50
44 4 4 Weldon, N. C., 9 00
44 44 Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va. - 5 UO
fUtT Passengers and their baggage conveyed free of
. i charge between the Depots on the Route.
Passengers by this Line enjoy a comfortable night's rest
on the Bay Steamers, and are privileged to lay over at
. night at any point, and resume their trip by daylight.
VSV PARTICULAR NOTICE. Passengers from New
York and Philadelphia by this Line will have their hag
gage checked to Baltimore only; from whence it will he
checked on the Bay Boats to Weldon, N. C., anil from
thence to points as far South as Augusta, Ga.
, For further information and Through Tickets, (which
are good by the Bay or Mail Line,) apply in NEW YORK
at the Company's Office, No. 229 Broadway, corner of Bar
clay st , above the Astor House; or at the New Jersey
■ Railroad Office, foot of Courtland street. In PHILADEL
PHIA at the Company's Office, N. W. corner of Sixth and
Chestnut streets; or at the Depot, Broad and Prime streets.
And in BALTIMORE at the Office Baltimore Steam
Packet Company, foot of Union Dock, or on board the
Bay Steamers.
The new and beautiful Steamer LOUISIANA, of 1,120
tons burthen, replete with every comfort and conven
ience, has been added to the Line. The Line being now
composed of the splendid Steamers LOUISIANA, Capt. G.
W. Russell, and NORTH CAROLINA, Capt. Jas. Cannon,
having unsurpassed state room and berth accominoda
tions. 4
The Norfolk or Bay Line Steamers will leave the Com
panv's wharf, UNION DOCK, FOOT OF CONCORD
STREET, Daily, Sundays excepted,
tar AT 5 O'CLOCK, P.
Or immediately after the arrival of the Express Train,
which leaves New York at 8 A.M., and Philadelphia at
12* P M.
The following is the Schedule:
LEAVE LEAVE
New York, at 8 o'clock, A.M. Portsmouth at 7* o'clk.A.M
Philadelphia, 1 44 P.M. Weldon at 12 * 4 M.
Baltimore 5 44 P.M. Wilmington at 9* 44 P.M
For Augusta, Charleston and the South, via the Man
chester Railroad /now finished.
. Passengers for Richmond and Petersburg, or any other
points on the James River.connect with James River boats
early next morning after leaving Baltimore.
ft J" Passengers for Eilenton, Plymouth, Newborn,
Washington, Weldon, Goldshoro', Beaufort, Warsaw,
Raleigh anil Wilmington, N. C., will find it a most
pleasant, direct and agreeable route.
Baltimore. Sept.. ISSS. M. N. FALLS. President.
c . v[T v * FOR FREDERICKSBURG,
The steamer WM. SELDEX, W. B.
Kirwan. captain, leaves her wharf, foot of South street,
every TUESDAY, at 4 P. M.. for the above place, stop
ping at all of the usual landings going and returning.
Leaves Fredericksburg every FRIDAY MORNING at
5 o'clock for Baltimore Freight of every description
taken at low rates. Blank hills of lading of the form used
can be had on board. Freights to all points except Fred
ericksburg and Baltimore must be prepaid. For freight
or passage, having excellent state room accommodation,
apply in Baltimore on Board the Boat.
Agents in Fredericksburg,
s, ' l ' < 1m A K rHII - r - Tp S & CO.
(STAVES AND LUMBER.
k3 STAY F.S OF ALL SIZES, up to 62 inch largest
Pipe, on hand, and Bills of Lumber of WHITE OAK, in
cluding SHIP TIMBER and PINE, HICKORY and WAL
NUT, cut to any dimensions ordered.
Apply to GEORGE A. WILLIAMS,
Dugan's Building,
je3-tf or Camden Station.
nPHE MERCANTILE AGENCY
Ju OF
J. D. PRATT & CO.,
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND S. CHARLES STREETS,
j The proprietors respectfully invite such Merchants as
are not already subscribers to the Agency, and who sell
goods on credit, to call and examine our system and test
the reliability of our information. From long experience
and the satisfactory testimonials of thousands of merchants
in the different cities East and West, who have for years
been subscribers, we can assure all who will call, whether
they sell goods to the cities or country towns, ample sat
isfaction as to the reliability of our information, and the
great benefit to be derived from the Agency by those who
subscribe mr 6 tf
SOMETHING NEW
AT NO. 80 BALTIMORE STREET.
O. HERRING,
Dealer in every variety of PA PER HANGINGS, FLOOR,
TABLE and STAIR OIL CLOTH, having laid in a large as
sortment, is prepared to furnish Housekeepers with an ar
ticle not to be surpassed in the city, at prices that will be
; found to please.
NEW STYLE WINDOW SHADES.
Just received, a lot of BAILEY'S PATENT WINDOW
SHADES, which the public are requested to call and ex
amine. This is a simple and ingenious contrivance, by
which the rack at the sides is done away with, and by
means of a spring connected with one of the sockets, it can
be made to roll up heavy or light at will.
PAPER-HANGING attended to with promptness and dis
; patch both in the City and Country.
O. HERRING,
'el ly _ (Old Stand.) No. 80 Baltimore street.
"LMNFI IVORY HANDLE
„ . , KNIVES AND FORKS!
EXTRA HEAVY PLATED FORKS AND SPOONS
WOSTEXHOLM'S AND RODGERS'
POCKET KNIVES, RAZORS AXD SCISSORS
| A large assortment of the above goods just received
made to order and of superior quality. For sale by
SCH AEI FER & LOXEY, Importers,
: au 2-tf No. 8 Hanover street
F HJRLETT & SON S
XJ CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
No. 33 NORTH STREET.
I lie undersigned having greatly en
... . larged their premises and increased their fa-
I cihties, beg leave to call the attention of the public to
their extensive stock of every description of CARRIAGES
j finished in the most elegant style and durable manner,
which they are prepared to sell on accommodating terms.
REPAIRS attended to with desnatch and at reasonable
prices. JOHN CURLETT & SON,
jy'24 if 88 North street, Baltimore.
samSE" .IAS. s. BROWNING,
i COACH MAKER,
No. 51 NORTH STREET,
„ BALTIMORE,
Manufactures to order all kinds of Carriages on the most
I reasonable terms.
ft?~SKCoxi>-iiAND CARRIAGES taken at fair prices in ex
change for new ones.
Repairs done at the shortest notice and lowest possi
j ble Prices. jv3l dtf
CARRIAGES? CARRIAGES!
, " T,l< ' subscriber has on hand at his extensive
CARRIAt:K REPOSITORY, Xo 35 South Ca.v street,
tbe extensive and best assortment of lashionabla
CARRIAGES that can he found in the city. Persons in
want of ( arriages will find it to their interest to give me a
call, as 1 am determined to sell low for cash or approved
paper All work sold at my Repository warranted for
twelve months. Old Carriages repaired or taken in ex
change for new ones.
Carriages received on storage or held on commission
821 tf WILLIAM McC \N N
£&•'!?>£•" CARRIAGES! (' AK KI AUKS!!
We have on hand at 29 North GAT STREET
the largest assortment of FASHIONABLE CARRIAGES (
south of New York, all of the latest fashions an. most
approved styles. The public are invited to call and
examine for themselves; all of which will be sold on
reasonable terms. BrRR nAK;It T A O'COX'NF.LL.
*r Repairing done t the shortest notice.
mr'22-t.f
PRESERVING KETTLES, —Reii Metal
ond English Enamelled PRESERVING KETTI.ES
I of everv size, and guaranteed of the very best quality, re
ecntlv imported, and for sale, wholesale and retail, very
low CORTLAN" A CO., Importers of
Foreign, Fancy and Staple Goods,
I anSO-tf No. 216 Baltimore st
ICE I'l'l't 'HERS, ALU ATA WARE, ,v..
CANFIELD, BRO. <f CO.,
229 BALTIMORE STREET,
Are now receiving all the new styles of PATENT ICS
i PITCHERS, Alhata Spoons, Forks, Coffee and Tea Sets,
j Waiters, Dishes, Epergeres, Sc., which they offer at lois
I prices. myll*g

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