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BALTIMORE.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1858.
In 1823, Major LONG, standing on the South
Western shore of Lake Michigan, described Chi
cago as a wretched village, composed of a few
filthv log huts and bark houses, inhabited by a
degenerate race of Indians and half-breeds. After
making nn official reconnoisance of the village,
and its surroundings, with a view to ascertain its
advantages as a port of entry, he expressed the
opinion," that the dangers attending the naviga
tion of the Lake—the scarcity of harbors along
the coast, and the sand banks which were in con
tinual process of formation on the Eastern and
Southern shores, would prevent any works of con
sequence from being undertaken to improve that
frontier trading post, and "must even prove a
"serious obstacle to the increase of its commercial
"importance." Never was the gallant Major more
mistaken in his life. The dirty and insignificant
Indian village has disappeared; a safe and com
modious harbor has been formed by constructing
a substantial mole on each side of the Chicago
river, and far out into the Lake, to check the
accumulation of sand upon the bar, and, in the
course of the past twenty years, the once despised
and poverty-stricken village of Chicago has be
come the most populous city on the shores of the
Great Lake 3 In 1840, Chicago contained some
four thousand inhabitants-to-day its population
may be roughly estimated at one hundred and
twenty thousand. Two years ago its annual re
ceipts of grain amounted in the aggregate to twen
ty-five millions of bushels. Its receipts of lumber
to four hundred and sixty millions of feet, and of
lead to nine millions of pounds. The amount of
capital invested in manufactures in the year 1856
was nearly eight millions of Dollars, and the
value of its manufactured articles was fifteen and
a half millions of Dollars. Exclusive of the Lake
t ra de which in itself is immense, eleven truak, and
seventeen branch and extension lines of Railway,
formin" together a network of roads three thousand
six hundred and seventy-six miles in length, cen
tre in the city of Chicago. One hundred and twen
ty trains of ears arrive and depart daily, and the
total number of passengers moving Westward by
wnv of Chicago, in one year, lias been computed at
seven hundred thousand. Yet that city is in the
infancy of its growth, and the movement ot popu
lation in a North-Westerly direction has only re
cently commenced. In the course of a few years
other cities will doubtless spring up in the Lake
Basin and will emulate, but can scarcely rival
Chicago in rapidity of increase and material pros
perity. But what is Chicago to lis, that we should
trouble ourselves with statistics of her rise and
progress, or with speculations connected with her
present or future commercial importance? What
will it benefit the merchants of Baltimore, to know
that a populous city has been built up on the
Soutli-Western shore of Lake Michigan, and that
it has already become the greatest grain market
in the world? Has not New York a mo
nopoly of the trade of the great Lakes, and has
she not, also, by her system of Railways and Ca
nals. constructed at a vast expense for this very
purpose, made the whole region of the North-West
tributary to her greatness? To these questions
we will first reply briefly. The growth of Chicago
is a matter of special interest to Baltimore. By
exerting a proper spirit of enterprise, lier prosper
ity may be made subsidiary to our own. New
York has, indeed, had a monopoly of the trade of
the North-West, because, for a number of years, the
Lake cities were dependenton the Erie Canal and the
Hudson river for the means of transporting their
products to the sea-board. Hereafter, this will not be
the case, for the Commerce of the interior will al
ways prefer to seek the shortest and speediest route
to a market. Now, as respects Chicago—and the
same may be said of all the Lake ports—New York
from her insular position cannot at any time
possess an unbroken connection with the North-
West, but everything that is sent from or to that
city, must be subjected to transhipment, which in
volves not only additional danger to merchandise
but additional trouble and expense. Besides—and
we ask our merchants to bear this point distinctly
in mind—New York is from one hundred and
twenty-two, to one hundred and sixty miles, farther
from Chicago than the latter is from Baltimore,
and we have also the further advantage of an un
broken connection. The completion of the Pitts
burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway not only
places us within forty-eight hours travelling
distance of Chicago—via the Northern Central
Railway—but enables us to carry freights directly
through to that city without breaking bulk. With
this explanation it will be perceived that we have
a special interest in the future of Chicago and a
strong incentive to open up a valuable trade with
that city. .More than once already we have taken
occasion to call attention through the columns of
THE EXCHANGE to the trade of the Lake Cities, and to
our facilities for establishing commercial relations
with them. Buffalo is but fourteen hours distant
from us by rail, and is seventy-seven miles nearer j
to Baltimore than to New York. We possess also !
the same relative advantages with regard to Erie, •
and Cleveland, and Toledo. We thus embrace, by ,
a shorter route to the seaboard than any other, ev
ery point of importance on the shores of Lakes On- I
tario, Erie and Michigan, and It remains with us (
to say whether e shall henceforth be content to j
leave to New York the monopoly of a trade which
invites our competition, and over a route which
is not only shorter in distance but pos
sesses the decided advantage of an unbroken
connection. By the force of circumstances the Lake
points have been, heretofore, "on a prolongation of
"the Hudson river and the Erie Canal; or, in other
"words, on a line which held a monoply of
" the western transportation." The trade by this
outlet has been for years greater and more valua
ble than the entire foreign commerce;of New York,
and about equal to the total exports of the United
States. By the recent completion of Railways
that have filled up the broken links which previ
ously cut off our communications with Buffalo,
Chicago, Toledo, Erie, and Cleveland, we have
been placed in a position which enables us to com
pete with any of the cities to the Eastward for the
immense trade of that region, and it behooves us
to turn to the best account the advantages we
have acquired at so little cost to ourselves.
Had Mr. SWAXN in his speech at the Temperance
Temple, confined himself exclusively to the denun
ciation of those who have opposed his administra
tion, and to the refutation of charges which no
body has ever thought of bringing against him,
we should not, perhaps, have bestowed so much
notice upon what he said on that occasion. As,
however, he has thought proper to indulge not
only in figures of speech, but in figures of arith
metic, and as that portion of his harangue which
is devoted to the "criminal statistics" of our own
and other sea-board cities, has everywhere been
accepted by his friends, and trumpeted abroad by
the press of his own political affiliation, as a
triumphant vindication of his administration from
the "calumnies" of his enemies, we may, perhaps,
be pardoned for giving it an insertion, and sub
mitting thereon a few words of comment. He
says—
"bitter and unkind as have been some of the at
tacks upon this department of the city government, J
must claim that during the period of my administration,
this city lias compared favorably with her sister cities of
the sea-board. I claim that there has been as much se
curity for person and property here as in any other city
of the same population. I claim that the causes of crime
and lawlessness have been referable more to the prevail
ing epidemic of the times, affecting all communities
alike, and the utter insufficiency of our system of crimi
nal laws, than to any blame that can fairly attach to the
police.
In confirmation of this view I beg to lay before you an
exhibit, carefully collated by a friend, of the criminal
statistics of the different cities of the sea-board as com
pared with our own. It cannot fail to excite surprise
In estimating the population of the various cities named,
the United States census for 1850 is taken as the basis for
the cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia and Boston calcu
lating the increase from 1850 to 1857 in the same ratio that
the census shows those cities did increase from 1840 to
1850. In the cities of New York and Brooklyn the New
York State census for 1855 is taken, and the calculation
made for the increase from 1855 to 1857 in the ratio of the
actual increase from the United States census of 1850 to
the State census of 1555.
Pop- in 1857. Ratio.
Baltimore 235.000 - j
Philadelphia 590,000 2 51
New York 670,000 285
Brooklyn 220.000 94
Boston 170,000 72
In the analysis of the various police reports, those of
Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Boston are taken from the
Tttlw\ui^ ear ' last past, and the cities of New York and
Brooklyn are estimated from the reports for five months
both iJ. e ,? r i,- h " '1 believe<l 10 very favorable to
If the reports for the last three months,
wJukPS!„- 'he basis of calculation for the entire year
IrrJit Toi 2 * pOT cent more in the aggregate of
Srime Per C6Dt - more in the hiher grades of
The total amount of arrests for the year are, viz:
Baltimore 8 949 Rel ' ratio Pop -
Philadelphia .24,444 1 09
New York 04.428 2 52
Brooklyn 16,830 a
Boston 19,093 2 96
They are divided into four classes, vie :
fenttA ESP? against person—murder, assault with in
fita!r™l % UUg ' SUbblng ' rai *' Perjur '- al,ault and
Baltimore 1862 ®tio.
Philadelphia 2',723 59
New York 9,524 1 82
Brooklyn .2,166 125
Bo ' t ? n 4,351 1.01
an. t-rimesagainst property—arson, robbery, burglary
larceny forgery, fraud and stealing generally.
* t ' Ratio.
Baltimore 668 1
Philadelphia 2.118
New York 8,858
Brooklyn 1,998
805t0n.... 2,5(X
3d, Crimes upainst the peace—rioting, fighting in the
street and disorderly conduct generally.
Ratio.
Baltimore 5.057 1
Philadelphia 12,532 1
New York 18,052 1.26
Brooklyn 3.534 1.75
Boston 3.605 1
4th. Crimes against morals—intoxication. Sunday
gambling, breaches of law, ordinance and morals gene
rally.
Ratio.
Baltimore 1,362 1
Philadelphia 7,071 2 07
New York 25,092 6.69
Brooklyn 9.132 7 13
Boston 11,628 11.76
Philadelphia falls below Baltimore in the Ist class;
Brooklyn in the 3d class is the only other point that falls
below Baltimore.
The Chief of Police, in Boston, reports in the list of mis
cellaneous work done by the police, the number of disturb
ances quelled without arrest to he 5.226. The watcli house
lodgers to be 10,913.
lie also reports that notwithstanding the stringent laws
of Massachusetts on the subject, there are 1,985 public
shops and saloons, and 245 houses of bad reputation where
liquor is publicly sold in small quantities, in addition to
grocers and others who supply families and sell it pri
vately to be drank on the premises.
If we combine the other cities and see how Baltimore
will compare on a general average, we find that for every
hundred arrests here for crimes against person, there are
117 in the Northern cities; for crimes against property
there are 361; for crimes against the peace 100, and for
-"-aga-t morals 661-this is in proportion to popu-
Mr. SWANS has here presented both the charges
that have been brought against his administra
tion, and the facts by which he proposes to refute
them. The charge is that of having established
and maintained an imperfect and inefficient sys
tem of police, whereby great crimes are constantly
suffered to go unpunished, and their perpetrators to
escape without even the formality of an arrest. The
injustice and falsity of this allegation, Mr. SWANK
undertakes to show by means of the "statistics"
we have quoted. And how does he accomplish
that result ? Simply by proving that the number
of arrests by the police is smaller in Baltimore
than elsewhere, "in proportion to the population,"
or that, to use his own w*ords, "for every hundred
"arrests here for crimes against the person, there
"are 11? in the Northern cities; for crimes against
"property-, there are 361; for crimes against the
"peace, there are 100; and for crimes against
"morals, 691." These figures he assumes to he
demonstrative of the fact, that there is "as much
"security for person and property here as in any
"other city of the same population." Had he
first established, byway of preparation for
bis argument, that whoever commits an
offence against either, is invariably arrested,
theo, perhaps, we should he forced to ad
mit the justice of this conclusion, and concede that
the number of arrests which are made is a sure
criterion of the number of crimes that are com
mitted. This, however, he has utterly failed to
do. Upon this point, his "comparative tables"
shed not the smallest particle of light. He takes
for granted the very matter in dispute—the faith
fulness and efficiency of his police—and thence
argues that a paucity of arrests is necessarily a
proof of the paucity of crimes. According to this
reasoning, which establishes that Baltimore is the
most free from crime of any of the cities that are
named, Boston and Brooklyn, where the ratio of
arrests is proportionahly greatest, must necessarily
be the worst —which everybody knows to be very
far from the fact. Further, as by the same rule, an
entire absence of arrests would of course imply an
entire absence of crime, Mr. SWANK has only
to direct his police to abstain from making
arrests altogether, in order to establish
conclusively that no crimes whatever are
committed in this city. A more pal
pable illustration of the redaclio ad ab
surdum can scarcely be imagined. It recalls to
mind the familiar mot of VILLIEIIS, Duke of BUCK
INGHAM, who, upon hearing a disconsolate lover on
the stage wofully exclaim,
"My wound is great because it is so small,"
wittily added,
"Then it were greater were it none at all."
1 If, in addition, "the press of the city" could
| only be induced to adopt the example and the morals
of The American , and refrain from publishing to
I the world any of the outrages that are committed
j in our midst—then, truly, Mr. SWANK'S "viudica
"tion" would be complete. Without a single
arrest recorded upon the books at the Station-
Houses, or upon the dockets of the Magistrates,
and without the mention of so much as a solitary
"murder" or "assault with intent to kill," in the
| columns of the newspapers, our condition would
I certainly as nearly approach that of an Elysium
j on earth, as it would be possible for "statistical
j tables" to make it.
THE MARYLAND CATTLE SHOW.
We call attention to the advertisement of the
Maryland State Agricultural Society, announcing
; that the Annual Show will be held, as usual, com
| inencing on the 19th October, instant, on their
j grounds, on North Charles street extended, which
j are being arranged for the purpose under the su
! perintendence of the President and other officers,
j The buildings and appurtenances are in excellent
J repair, and will require this year but a very trifling
! outlay. It is well known to the public, that the
| Society were rather unfortunate last year, in the
j results of their labors, and to enable them to be
; relieved of their difliculties, the most liberal co
| operation has been promised by a large number of
j the owners of fine stock in this State. Large addi
i tions of the best class of stock from other States
j are also confidently expected to be exhibited here,
( on the way to the United States Agricultural So-
I eiety's Fair, which opens at Richmond on the 25th
j instant. A fine display of agricultural machinery
| will also be made from our own and other States;
j and the several railroad and steamboat companies,
j connecting with this city, will no doubt grant the
[ usual liberal facilities for the transportation of ar
ticles to and from the Show, and make a reduction
of prices for the occasion. Several of them have
already given notice to the.Society of their inten
tion so to do. It will be seen by the advertisement,
that goods intended for the ladies' department can
be left at the Society's rocms in the city, prior to
the day of opening of the Show, which will save
considerable trouble to many who may wish to
exhibit their handiwork. All exhibitors (except in
the household department) must have membership
tickets, which thev can obtain of the Agents of the
Society, or at the Society's rooms in this city.
THE ITALIAN TROUPE.
The very brilliant Dramatic Spectacle of The
Tempest, which has met with such decided success
at the Holliday street Theatre during the last fort
j night, and which is still att ractiug large crowds to
| tbat popular place of amusement, is to be succeeded
| shortly by MAX MARETZEK'S celebrated Opera
j Troupe, including the entire Orchestra and Chor
! usses as now engaged at the Academy of Music in
j New York. In addition to Madame GASSIER, the
j Prima Donna, we are to have Signor SBRIOJ.IA, a
' new tenor, who has lately made a very successful
J debut before a New York audience, and Signors
I ARDAVANI and GASPARONI. SO our music-loving
I citizens may congratulate themselves on the pros
. pect of having an opportunity soon of listening
I to an Operatic Troupe complete in every depart
| raent, and we trust that the spirit evinced by Man
; ager FORD in effecting this engagement will meet
| with the ample encouragement it so justly
j deserves.
FROM MEXICO.
I Prim the New York Herald.
I From the Bee, (English and Spanish Journal) of
| the city of Mexico, dated Sept 4, we make the fol-
I lowing extracts :
Mr. Forsyth is to quit this republic for the Uni
ted States the beginning of next month.
The rains are now visiting us every day, and the
consequence is our roads are in sad plight. The
road between this and Puebla is very bad.
The surveys for the Vera Cruz and City of Mexi
co Railroad have now been completed, aiid the la
bors of the engineers in Mexico are ended. The
lines were all pe fected on last Saturday, and the
chief engineer, Col. Talcott, with the promptness
and decision which have characterized all of his
movements since the commencement of his labors in
Mexico, at once made his arrangements for the de
parture of himself and his men for New York,
where the maps, report and estimates are to be
made out. From our conversations with Col. Tal
cott we learn that the route lias been found much
more favorable than was at first anticipated by the
most sanguine. The road, in many places and for
considerable distances, will require hut little or no
grading, and even those formidable looking bar
riers, the cunibres, will be passed without a single
tunnel. Col. Talcott confesses that his investiga
tions have proved that the road can be bnilt for
less than one-half of what he at first, before explor
ing, thought it would cost. The realization of this
great work, we consider, now appears certain. The
great necessity for it is a powerful argument to
capitalists to take hold of it at any price: but when
the work will be shown to be so easy of construc
tion wo have no fear but that capital, if required
from abroad, will be easily obtained. The report
of Col. Talcott upon his surveys in Mexico will be
a most interestingjWOrk, and we shall look forward
to it with great anxiety. It will afford informa
tion of this country that has heretofore never been
known even in Mexico.
Considerable feeling lias been excited in Antioch
College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, the institution over
which Horace Mann presides, by the summary ex
pulsion of several students for "their alleged con
nection with the publication of the Probe, a little
paper in which the College authorities were satir
ized with but little regard to delicacy. The offen
ders were not only dismissed, but it is stated that
their rooms were forced open and their effects
thrown from the building. In retaliation, one of
the students caused writs to be served against M r.
Mann and the Assistant Treasurer, Mr. Birch, sum
moning them to appear before a Justice. A jury
was empanelled at the request of the defendants,
but owing to the absence of witnesses, the proceed
ings were postponed thirty days.
The Rising Sun, Ind., Fistfor, states that Mrs.
Mary Montgomery, a widow aged about 65, who
had lived on a farm in Switzerland county, Ind.
for forty years, recently, at the solicitation of her
children, sold ber property, and was about to re
move to Rising Sun. Her'attachment to the locali
ty where she had spent so long a time, and the ex
citement of removal, however, so agitated her, that
in a fit of frenzy she cut her throat, and was found
dead in her bed, a day or two before the time fixed
for her departure.
DEATH OF A DARTMOOR PRISONER. —Captain John
i. ms. A at J ? ,naica Plain, Mass., on the 28th
ult. Ihe deceased was an officer in the U. 8. Navv
Z n ) e r 1 " 8 ' but reßi K"ed his commis
sion as commander a few years since. He was taken
prisoner in the U. S. brig Syren by the English in
the war of 1812, and incarcerated in Dartmoor
prison. He performed much Retire service in early
FROM WASHINGTON.
1 Correspondence N. Y. Herald.]
OCT. 4. 1858.
Senor Jerez, Minister from Nicaragua, had an
interview again to-day with the Secretary of State.
He has disavowed, in'the fullest manner, the inten
tion of his government to insult or give offence to
the United States in the Belly negotiations, or in
language used with respect to the government or
people of this Republic.
General Herran, New Granadian Minister, and
Senor Pornbo, Secretary of Legation, arrived here
to-night from New York. General Ilerran left
Washington a few days ago, having, as it was un
derstood, arranged his affairs to be absent some
time. It is thought bis presence is required by the
State Department.
It is said that Commodore Shubrick, in command
of the Paraguay expedition, has an understanding
with the Navy Department to return in some months
to be at the head of Light House Board.
It is thought that Lieutenant Malfit, being disap
pointed in not going to Paraguay in command of
the Dolphin, in consequence of the trial of the cap
tain of the captured slaver, and for his conduct in
making that capture, will be sent to St. Domiugo
to look after affairs there.
It is the opinion of many naval men here that it
is not safe to send the Paraguay expedition without
a larger marine or land force than is ordered.
[Correspondence .V. Y. Tribune.]
Oct. 4, 1858.
Mr. Emanuel B. Hart is here, and so also are
Senators Gwin, Slidell, Bright and Yulee.
J. P. Brown, late Counsel General at Constanti
nople, lias been appointed Secretary of the Lega
tion and Dragoman. Salary §3,000.
Nobody at the State Department expresses any
doubt of the authentic character of the published
Ousley treaty between England and Nicaragua.—
In tliis stage of the game our Government will in
sist upon the same sort of a negotiation for our
selves.
Mr. Appleton is again at his post.
THE PHILADELPHIA POST-OFFICE. —The commis
sion to which it was "referred, consisting of Post
master-General Brown, Attorney-General Black,
and the Hon. Howell Cobb, Secretary of the Treas
ury, have decided in favor of the purchase of the
Levy property, adjoining the Custom-llouse, on
Chestnut street, and the erection thereon of a new
and commodious structure for the use of the pur
chase. The lot is 30 feet front by 225 feet deep to
Liberty street, and the new structure is contem
plated to occupy also some 20 feet of the vacant
space adjoining the Custom House, thus giving it a
front on Chestnut street of 50 feet, and a like width
in the rear on Libertv street, with ample room for
side entrances, Ac. It is further proposed, as we
understand, to use the new Custom-llouse for the
accommodation of the Federal Courts, the Custom
llouse to be removed to Second street, or, if that
property can be advantageously sold, then to the
Tobacco Warehouse, corner of Front and Dock
streets.— Philadelphia Pennsylvania}!,
The Governor of New Hampshire has appointed
Thursday, November 25, for Thanksgiving. This
is the first State in which the day has been desig
nated this year.
Business on the Canal for last week was quite
light, for that time only 05 boats left this place for
tide water, with 5,720*t0ns of coal. The cause of
this light business is the low water, the Cumber
land level is very low, and here is experienced the
greatest difficulty in getting boats along.
MARRIED,
On the 3d instant, by Rev. I)r. Orrick, GEORGE J. DA
VIS to MARY CATHARINE COCHRAN', all of this city.
On the 3d instant, by Rev. Mr. Lubkirt, GEORGE
KNAWER to MARY LOUISA STAHL. At the same time
by the same minister, GEORGE FREDERICK to CARO
LINE KILHELMINE, first and second daughters of Chas.
G. and Louisa S. Stahl, all of Baltimore.
On the 23d ultimo, by Rev. A. Rosserman, JAMES
C. LEAMY, of Alabama, to Miss SARAH E. BAYLEY, of
this city.
On the 3d ultimo, by Rev. Mr. Collins, GEORGE
PARKS to MARY ANN STEVENSON, both of this city.
DIED,
On Tuesday, Oct. sth, ELIZA W. GIRAULT, wife of
William Meade Addison, Esq., in the 34th year of her age.
On the 4th instant, PATRICK GAVIN, in the 44th year
of his age
On the 4th instant, MARY MARGARET, wife of Thomas
Wheeler, in her 32d year.
On the 4th instant, JOSEPH HERBERT, in the 41st year
of his age.
On the 4th instant, CLARA, daughter of Richard P.
nd Margaret B. Spates, aged 3 years,s months and 8 days
On the 3d instat, MARY DONAHOE, wife of Thos. Don
ahoe, in her 42d year.
On Sunday evening, 3d instant, MARIA, wife of Joseph
Farrow.
On the 3d instant. JAMES HENRY, aged 16 years and
18 days, eldest son of James II and Sophia A. Towson.
On the 3d instant, MILLY ANN BELCH, in the 65th
year of her age.
On the 2d instant, Mrs. ELIZABETH GARRISON, aged
56 years.
On the 2d instant, THOMAS MATTHEW, aged 1 year, 7
months and 12 days, only son of Patrick and Ellen Col
ford.
WE would call the attention of our read
ers to the fact, that the Messrs. WISE k CO., have opened
a new establishment on the S. E. corner of Gay and Balti
more streets,where they have on hand a new and splendid
style of HATS for the fall—not surpassed by any in the
city. Their $4.00 Hats arc superior to any other that can
be had for the same amount. They have also on hand
Hats and Caps, in every variety, to suit those who may
favor them with a call. ocs-lm
COAI. NOTICE.
A discount allowed on orders for Coal that are pre paid
J. HENRY GIESE k CO.,
No. 9 South street.
The SAWED and SPLIT WOOD, for sale as usual 0c2~6t
WASHING AND IRONING is still done for fami
lies and individuals, at the Laundry, No. 1 East Baltimore
St., by the bridge. A careful hand will collect and return
the clothes. Call and leave your order and get a list of
prices, rules and regulations. oc4-d3m
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
AT 105 BALTIMORE STREET,
HAVE BEEN GREATLY REDUCED IN PRICE,
tty We are now offering anew family machine at the
LOW PRICE OP FIFTY DOLLARS.
Hemming guages of every width, binding guagesof
all sizes, are adjusted to our machines.
ffySeud for a copy of I. M. Singer k Co.'s Gazette.
ocl-tf W. E. BRODERICK, Agent.
DRS. HUNTER AND WILLIAMS, can be con
sulted at their office, 52# North Charles street, from 9 A.
M., till 5 P. M., by persons suffering from any affection of
the Throat and Lungs. 529 lm
BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY'S COAL.
For the convenience of those living at a distance from
our office, orders will he received on our account by the
following parties, who are authorized to sell at the lowest
mine prices:
MOORE k EMORY —corner Howard and Madison sts.
X. H. JENNINGS k Co.—No 88 North Charles st.
JOHN W. BARRY kCo. —cor. Baltimore and Pearl sts.
EDWIN EARECKSON —cor. Baltimore and Caroline sts.
WM. H. READ —No. 93 Broadway.
DENNISON k BRO. —No. 219 West Pratt st.
STANLEY & Co.—No. 31 Light st., cor. of Lombard.
JAMES M. LAMDIN —No. 1 North street.
DOBBIN k WARFIELD,
Sole Agents,
529-tf No. 36 Second street.
SLOAT St Co.'s NEW SHUTTLE SEWING
MACHINE,
Sewing every description of cloth work in a superior man
ner, and warranted to give the best satisfaction. Price—
s70 —complete.
WEEDS' SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE,
The best in use for every description of CLOTII and
LEATHER WORK, that requires a team, making beauti
ful, strong stitch, both sides alike.
L. D. CHASE, Agent,
529-tf No. 99 Baltimore Street.
GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS!
GIVEN AWAY.
GIVEN AWAY.
GIVEN AWAY.
GIVEN AWAY.
AT EVANS k HOYT'S,
AT EVANS k HOYT'S
AT EVANS k HOYT'S,
AT EVANS & HOYT'S,
GRAND GIFT-BOOK STORE,
GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE,
GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE,
GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE,
No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET,
No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET,
No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET,
No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET.
ORNER OF FREDERICK.
CORNER OF FREDERICK.
CORNER OF FREDERICK.
s2O-ly CORNER OF FREDERICK.
[From the New York News.]
NOTHING SINCE THE FOUNDATION OF THE
CITT OP NEW YORK lias produced the excitement among
all classes that Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative has done.—
All classes from the gray and bald-headed sire, and the sil
ver-haired matron, down to the sprightly youth and beau
tiful maiden with her glossy ringlets, are crowding the
Depot at No. 312 Broadway; the former to be permanently
restored, and the latter to possess themselves of that which
will prevent the inroad of envious time, and cause the ap
pearance of youth and beauty to linger to the greatest age.
Besides all the popular Druggists ill the country are con
stantly engaged in dealing out the Restorative to their
customers, "auil the cry is still they come."
CAUTION. —Beware of worthless imitations, as several
are already in the market, called by diflerent names. Use
none unless the words (Professor Woods's Hair Restora
tive, Depot, St. Louis, Mo., and New York .J are blown in
the bottle. Sold by all Druggists and Patent M dicine
Dealers. Also by all Fancy and Toilet Goods Dealers in
the United States and Canadas, and by
Jou C. GIVEN, Chinaman's Tea Store,
529-2w 37 and 39 Baltimore street.
G. K. QUAIL,
Will introduce his FALL STYLE OF GENTS' HATS
THIS DAY.
IN SHAPE IT IS ENTIRELY NEW,
And will be sure to please all those who want
A FASHIONABLE HAT.
In style and finish it cannot be excelled.
BaP" Also a fine selection of FANCY FURS for Ladies
and fancy CAPS for Children.
FASHIONABLE HAT EMPORIUM,
527-3 m No. 238 West Pratt street.
NOURSE & COWAN,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 1 NORTH CALVERT STREET,
527 Baltimore, Md
ARTHUR HAS JUST INTRODUCED HIS MODEL
FALL STYLE HATS for Gentlemen, a superior article for $3;
best quality $4 Drop in and see them, No. IW. Balti
more street, adjoining the Bridge. sel4-lin
A LITTLE BIT CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAP
EST,—Fancy, Plain and Common DINNER, TEA, 'and
CHAMBER Sets; INDIA CHINA DINNER Sets; Cut and
Moulded Glass in Sets; COAL OIL LAMPS and every
thing else CHEAP at JOHN A. DOBSON & CO.'S, 2 and
4 N. Charles street. s2O-3m
WHEELER &. WILSON'S
SEWTNO MA CHINE S.
NEW AND VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS.
DIAGRAM OF TnE LOCK STITCH.
This is the only stitch that cannot be ravelled, and that
presents the same appearance upon each side of the seam.
It is made with two threads, one upon each side of the
fabric, and interlocked in the centre of it. Send for a Cir
cular.
OFFICE—I 26 W. BALTIMORE STREET,
AMIRICAN BUILDIHU,
slt-ly Baltimore, Md.
NEW AND STPKIUOK GOODS
FOB GENTLEMEN'S SVKAU.
GRIFFITH k MCCORMD K.
SureessorstoJohn .1. Grilfith,
NO. 187 BAI.Tt-IOHE SIKEET, ASK I>i I.IUBT St.,
Have received a genera! a--<irtment
CLOTHS, U.VSSIMERICS AND NESTINGS,
Of both Foreign and Domestic Manufacture, which they
are prepared to make to order.
READY-MADE GARMENTS, of superior workmanship
and material always on hand. A call is respectfully so
licited. s2S eoliu
DULANY &. HARRIS,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No 46 NORTH HOWARD STREET,
Have a well selected stock of
French. Engli.sk and American
CLOTIIS. CASSIMKRES AXD VEsTINGS,
FOB THE FAI.L AND WINTER.
Gentlemen of fastidious taste are invited to call and ex
amine our goods, as we think we can please them.
slB-tJanl
KINDLING WOOD! KINDLING WOOD!!
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD, OP ANY SIZE,
Sawed and Split by Machinery.
Owing to the constantly increasing demand for this wood,
I have greatly increased my facilities for preparing and
delivering it. lam now prepared to fill all orders with
despatch for OAK or FINE WOOD, of any length or size,
delivering it to any part of the city free of cartage, guar
anteeing the same quantity that is contained in a cord be
fore being sawed and split. JAS. 11. JOHNSON,
Proprietor City Steam Fire-Wood Mill.
tty"Officc corner of Baltimore and North streets, over
Patriot Office.
COAL NOTICE,
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM Our Friends
and consumers of Coal generally, that wc are receiving
ami prepared to deliver the Locust Gap and Coal Mountain
COALS, which in appearance, quality and durability, can
not be surpassed by any brought to this market. We
merely desire parties to give these Coals a trial, to con
vince them of this fact; if taken at once wc are enabled to
furnish tliem at a much lower price than later in the sea
son; 2,240 lbs. invariably given to tin; ton. We also keep
i constantly on hand, Lyken's Valley, Short Mountain and
i Cumberland COALS.
WASHBURN k HOUSE,
Office, 89 Lombard street, 2nd door,
au7 West of South st.
COX Is now selling his Full Style of HATS
for Gentlemen. They are of the handsomest patterns, and
made of the best material. 190 Baltimore St., North side,
| one door above St. Paul st.
AMBRO-DACOKLTHK.OTYPES. &C.
| MR. MARSTERS, 147 Lexington street, near Howard
j street, will furnisli his patrons with pictures on glass,
j card board, plates or canvas; life size or in miniature from
i nature, or copied in oil, French Pastell or water colors,
j in a style of superior excellence. He has on hand a full
I assortment of plain and fancy Cases; also, Gilt Frames,
! all of the best material. His long experience and attest
ed success enables him to assure his patrons complete sat
faction or no charge. s7-ly
ROOFING ! ROOFING ! ! ROOFING !! !
Economy, Durability and Security.
Warren's Fire and Water Proof
FELT AND COMPOSITION ROOFING.
• Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing
Purposes.
PERFECTLY FIRE PROOP,
PERFECTLY WATER PROOF,
UNEQUALLED FOR ECONOMT,
UNRIVALLED FOR DURABILITY,
ADAPTED TO EVERY CLIMATE,
For further information address or call on
JAS. 11. JOHNSON,
NO. 2 Jarvis Building, cor. North and
jy26-tf Baltimore streets, Baltimore.
! :Vp> COURSE OF LECTURES.
AkJ [CORRESPONDENCE.]
BALTIMORE, Sept. 29,1858.
i To Rev. A. C Coxr., I). D:
! The undersigned, friends of the Church Home and In
firmary, knowing the interest which you take in that in
stitution and your willingness to labor for its benefit, are
induced to ask you todeliver a Course of Lectures on some
subject of popular interest—the entire proceeds to he ap
plied to meet the accruing payments on the land and
bulidings belonging to the institution.
In complying with our request and consenting to give
| up so large a portion of your valuable time, you will
greatly aid in promoting the success of a charitable work,
! which at the present moment demands and deserves an ex
; traordinary degree of sympathy and succor from those in-
I terested in it. and you will also much oblige your friends.
I THOMAS SWANK, j I. NEVITT STEELE,
I J. MASON CAMPBELL, WM. GEO. KREBS,
CRAB. GILMAN, WM. W. TAYLOR,
F. W. BRUNE. JR., j E. S. COURTNEY,
WM. WOODWARD, j JOHN H WTMAN,
HENRY WINTER DAVIS, i M. H. IIOWE.
F. DONALDSON,
213 MADISON AVENUE, )
October 4, ISSS. j
Gentlemen:
In reply to yours of the 29th ult., I have
only to say that I cheerfully accept your proposal, and
will undertake the work at any time most convenient to
yourselves.
As the subject of the Lectures, I would name "THE LIT
ERATURE OF ENGLAND," as illustratedchietly by thepoets,
from the earliest period to that of the Commonwealth.
It strikes me that such a course might he made both
I popular and useful. The requisite labor, in any degree
not inconsistant with my pastoral duties, will he given
with pleasure, in view of the noble object which I shall
thus he enabled, in an humble way, to subserve.
I remain, gentlemen, with sincere respect,
Yours truly,
A. CLEVELAND COXE.
TO Thos. Swann, Esq., and others.
t&jy The further arrangements for the Course will be
made known in future advertisements. oc6 It
A—TUNOTICE. —The Wholesale and Retail
I Liquor Dealers will attrnd an adjourned meeting on
: THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, Oct. Gth, at 7)4 o'clock, to
jhe held at Maurice Gidelman's GREEN HOUSE, No. 5
| South street. A full attendance of all the members is
[ earnestly requested. By order,
r>c6-lt M. OIPELMAX. President.
qnilE CATTLE SHOW
-1- OF THE
MARYLAND STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
Will commence on the 19th OCTOBER, inst., and continue
four days Stock and Machinery, kc., intended for the
exhibition, must he on the ground on MONDAY, the 18th,
or by TUESDAY Morning, at 9 o'clock. Exhibitors (ex
cept in the Ladies' Department.) must be members of the
Society; but f*ed will be furnished gratis for the stock on
exhibition. The Railroad and steamboat companies are
expected to grant round trip tickets, and bring stock free
of charge, and some of them have already notified tiie So
ciety to that effect.
Articles for the ladies' department, if more convenient,
can he left at the Society's r00m,128 Baltimore street, pre
vious to the day of opening, and admission tickets fur
nished to the depositors thereof.
Tickets of membership $3, and lists of premiums can be
had of the Secretary. By order,
SAMUEL SANDS, General Sec'y.
Mr. WILSON M. GARY, the Agent of the Society, and
his authorized assistants, will call on the citizens of Balti
more for their membership fees. PR oco 2aw4t
RUGBY INSTITUTE —ThS is I Select
Bonding School for boys and young gentlemen, sit
uated at Mount Washington, six miles front Baltimore, on
the N. Central Railroad. The number is limited to twen
ty two. The next session (of five months) will commence
on the FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER. For circulars,
kc ., address E. ARNOLD, LLP.
oc6--colm Mount Washington. Baltimore Co., Md.
MILNOR & CURTIS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
GUANOS, FIELD SEEDS, die.,
No. 93 LOMBARD STREET,
Baltimore.
Liberal advances made on consignment. oc6 tf
jy£ANUFA(ITURED iOBA< Co.
A. R. Courtney's Roscneath, light pressed lbs.
S. S. Law, lbs.i M. Bowles, lbs.
Henry Lelans, C.Henry, "
Mountain Rose, " A.C.Courtney, s's.
F.Taylor, " JO. J. Word, * 19's.
Smoking Tobacco, in bbls. and boxes
Received per steamboat and for sale bv
COURTNEY it CUSHING,
tf No. 65 South Gay st. i
MERRILL", TIIOMAS >V O>..
Are now opening, at their NEW WAREHOUSE,
No. 239 Balti i ore street, near Charles, a beautiful assort
mentof GUNS, PISTOLS, GUN MATERIAL, &c., lately
arrived per steamer at New York, rendering their stock
one of the largest and best selected in the country, to
which they respectfully invite the attention of the trade.
oc6-tf
■f-r'.r- FOR SA 1,1',. WarclinuM* No. 119,
ftl'jjji fronting 25 feet on Lombard st., with a depth of 70
" "■'feet to Balderston st., having the advantage of two
fronts. It is built in the most substantial manner, and
has a deep, dry cellar. Occupied by Messrs. J. LYLE
CLARK k CO., who will continue to rent it. or give pos
session when required; apply to ISAAC REYNOLDS &
SONS, 12 Balderston st. oc6 dtf
TRUSTER'S SAI.K or VAI.IW
liijl BLE PROPERTY IN BALTIMORE COUNTY
=By virtue of the power conferred upon the under
signed by the mortgagee in accordance with the provis
ions of the Act of the General Assembly of Maryland,
passed at December session, 1820, ci.apter 192, being an
art relating to mortgages in Baltimore county, he will
offer for sale at Public Auction, at the public sales room of
the Exchange Reading Rooms. No. 19 South Gay street,
on SATURDAY, October3oth, 1858, atone o'clock, J'. M ,
ALL THE ES FAT E A NI) INT ER EST <>FHA X X All COLE
AND JOHN HENRY COLE, respectively in the following
valuable property, viz:
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND situated and binding on
the Harford turnpike road, in Baltimore county, about
three and one-quarter miles from the city of Baltimore,
and about one eighth of a mile beyond Hall's Spring, con
taining SIXTY-FOUR ACRES, more or less, and which is
described in a deed of mortgage from the said Hannah Cole
and John llenry Cole to David Davis, Waring date on the
10th day of September, A. D. 1857, and duly recorded
among the mortgage records of Baltimore countj'. it ad
joins the lands of Messrs. Pilscli, Kroh, Burgen, Hall and
Gebb.
The improvements consist of TWO LOG HOUSES.—
There are several eligible buil ing sites on the property,
which is advantageously located tor a country residence.
A portion of the land is in cultivation and a portion in
wood. The interest of Hannah Cole in said land is one
third thereof during her life as her dower right as widow
of George Cole, deceased. She is about sixty years of age.
The interest of John Henry Cole is one undivided third
part thereof absolutely, as one of the three children and
heir at law of said George Cole, deceased.
Terms of sale—One half cash on the day of sale and the
balance in six months, with in teres t, and security satisfac
tory to the Trustee.
BEXJ. F. HORWITZ, Trustee,
53 Fayette street.
06-2awts MM HAMILTON, Au
TRUSTEE'S SALE. —By virtue of
fejiSla decree of the Circuit Court of Baltimore city,
passed upon the petition of Trueman Cross in the
matter of the mortgage executed by Joseph C. Manning,
Trustee, and wife to William 1). Miller and his assigns,
the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer at public sale, at No.
19 South Gay street, in the city of Baltimore, occupied as
the Merchant's Exchange, on THURSDAY, October 28th,
185S, at 1 o'clock P. M :
ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND lying in the city of
Baltimore, and described as follows: Beginning for the
same on the east side of St. Paul street at the distance of
one hundred ami thirty-lour feet southerly from the
south-east corner of Monument and St. Paul streets, and
running thence southerly on St. Paul street twenty-four
feet; thence easterly, parallel with Monument street,one
hundred and twenty-four feet to Hargrove alley; thence
northerly on the west side of Hargrove alley twenty-four
feet, and thence westerly by a straight line one hundred
and twenty-four feet to the place of beginning, being the
same lot of ground which was leased to Joseph C. Man
ning by William A. Poor and wife, by indenture of July
11th, 1855, for ninety-nine years, renewable forever, sub
ject to an annual ground rent of one hundred and ninety
two dollars, and which was afterwards, by deed of July
23d, 1855, conveyed byway of mortgage by Joseph C.
Manning, Trustee, and wifw, to William 1). Miller and his
assigns.
Tt.is property is improved by a handsome three-story
DWELLING HOUSE, and is situated in the most fashion
able and desirable quarter of the city.
Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree—One-third
cash; balance in six and twelve months, with interest and
satisfactory security. JOHN P. POE, Trustee.
oc6-2awts GIBSON & CO., Auct'rs.
"" S FOR SAN FRANCISCd—
JHfik COI.KMA.VS LlVE.—Clipper of SATUR-
October 16th.—The AI Clipper Ship
INTREPIu, E. C. Gardiner, commander, (late of the
famous clipper ship Comet,) is now receiving the balance
of her cargo in New York, ami will be despatched prompt
ly as above; for freight apply to
PEXDERGAST BROS.,
oc6-tOl9 77 Smith's Wharf, up stairs.
CITRON. —100 boxes fine Leghorn, for
sale by ED. L. PALMER, 4 Body's wharf. oc6-tf
LEMONS. —50 boxes prime Sicily, landing
and for sale by F.D. L PALMF.U, 4 Bowly's wharf.
oc6-tf
DATES. —75 trails red "Arabian," for sale
by ED. L. PALMER. 4 Bowly's wharf. ocfl tf
DIVIDEND. —The President and Directors
of the Marine Bank of Baltimore, have declared a
semi-annual Dividend of Four per cent, clear of the State
tax, payable on or after Thursday, the 7th inst.
oc 4t* PHILIP LITTIG, Jr., Cashier"
POK CHARLESTON.
;. Y The.Jiteamsblp POTOMAC,
C. G. RAKER, commander,
wiflsail tor tli-.- above port on SATURDAY next, October
9th iust.. at 3 o'plcck i'. M.
No bills of lading signed after the departure of the
Steamer.
For freights, apply to
A. C. HAUL, Ag't,
oc6-4t ' 116 Spear's wharf.
111. IT TREES.— The subscribers are au
. torized to take orders for the Hiyhland Nurseries,
Newlnirgh,New York, late A. J. Downing's
J. HENRY GREEN WAY & CO.,
oc6-tf 48 S. Calvert st.
0 EIG.NET'T and PELLEVOISIN BRAN
-15 PY, Port, Madeira and Sherry Wine, Holland (!in.
&c., for sale from bond, by DE CORMIS k ROGERS, 4
Commerce st. oc6 tf
MALT AND WHEA L WHISKEY.—
100 hf. bbls. Malt Whiskey; 50 bbls. Wheat do., for
sale by I)E CORMIS k ROGERS, 4 Commerce street,
oefi-tf
PRESER\ ED LOBSTER.—BOO dozen one
pound cans preserved Lobster put up in Nova Scotia,
and for sale by JAS. CORNER k SONS. oc6 4t
PITCH —'-itM) bbls. Pitch, in order, and lor
sale by JAB. CORNER & SONS. nc6 tf
ROSIN. —1,000 bbls. Common Rosin, for
sale by JAS. CORNER & SONS. oc6 tf
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.—4OO bbls. SPl
rits Turpentine, for sale by JAS. CORNER & SONS.
oc6-tf _
TAR. —5(10 bills. Tar landing and for sale by
JAS. CORNER k SONS. s4 tf'
BULK SHOULDERS.— SO hhds. pritn e
Cincinnati Bulk Shoulders, for sale by JOSEPH
CARSON k CO. __ ocf. tf
IARD 01L.—"20 barrels superior No. 1
_JLard Oil, received and for sale by W. C. ROBINSON,
81 Bowly's wharf oc6-6t
'|\\ N N ERS'OIL.—Pure Cod, Straits, I lank
JL and Shore Tanners' Oil, for sale by WM. C. ROBIN
SON, 81 Bowly's wharf. oc6-6t
J. 11. ST EU A RTUSEOPG. H. STEUART, versus
W.\l 11. DOWXES.
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HAL
-1 TIMORE CITY, October 2nd, 1858. Ordered, that the
sales made and reported by WM. J. STEUART, Trustee,
for the sale of the property in said proceedings
mentioned, he ratified and confirmed, unless cause
to the contrary thereof be shewn on or before the 26th
day of October next, provided a copy of this order be
inserted in some newspaper printed in 'the city of Balti
more, once in each of three successive weeks 'before the
said 2Gth day of October next.
The report states the amount of sales to be $7lO.
W. 11. H. TURNER. Clerk.
True Copy, Test—W. 11. 11. TURNER,
nrs law3w Clerk.
INDIA I HINA.- Twelve dinner sets, each
containing one hundred and sixty-one pieces. For sale
by TIIOMAS WHITRIDGE k CO., 12 and 13 Bowly's
wharf. ocs-t*f
"VTEW BACON AND LARD.— We have
_1 N now on hand a supply of New Ice-cured Bacon, con
sisting of HAMS, SHOULDERS, and BREAST Pieces.—
Also, LARD in bbls. and kegs, to which we invite the at
tention of retailers.
G. CASS ARB k SON,
ocs-Bt* No. 407 and 409 W. Baltimore at.
MARYLAND STEAM TURNING ~
AND SAWING WORKS,
AND JTARD WOOD LUMBER YARD.
Corner of Part; and Clay streets.
Architects and Builders supplied with the most modern
and approved styles of BRACKETS, MOULDING and Or
namental Work for
COTTAGES,
DWELLINGS,
WAREHOUSES, A-c.
Stair Newels. Bannisters and Hand Railing, Columns,
fluted and plain: Balustrading for Porticos, &c.
TURNING. SA WING, MOULDING AND PLANING
in ail their various branches; Oval Frames, Bench and
Screws, Carriage Hubs, kc , Ac.
Also, HARD WOOD I.UMIIRR,
MAHOGANY and WALNUT,
CHERRY, POPLAR,
OAK and ASH,
COFFIN STUFF, VENEERS, kc,
JOS. THOMAS k SON.
Yard—South Eutaw street. ocl-ly
1~ ARD OIL,
J FOR BURNING OR LUBRICATING.
We call attention of the trade and machinists to our
make of LARD OIL, a supply of which, freshly made, we
have constantly on hand. This OIL is pressed from best
quality Lard without the aid of acids or any foreign sub
stance, is free of gum, and for burning or lubricating can
not he excelled. GEORGE k JENKINS,
No. 3 Commerce street.
We refer to the following parties who have l>een using
it:
G. H. Reese k Bros., W. k H. Spilcker,
A. kW. Deumead & Sons, Poole k Hunt,
R. Sinclair, Jr. & Co., Baltimore and Ohioß. R. Co.
H. Abbott k Son, George Kerr, Agent Thistlo
J. k H. Warden, Manufacturing Co.
je2-d6mo
IMPORTANT
OT J TO THE PUBLIC, of JJ
'V_ UR-R--- The undersigned most respectful-
ly invites the Medical Faculty, D.-uggists and the public
in general to call and examine the great improvement of
his late GLASS PAD TRUSS , patented October 7th,
1855, and recommended by the principal Surgeons and
Doctors of the United States as the only and best Truss
for the support and radical cure of Hernia, suitable for
Men. Women and Children. He has received the patent
from England and France.
Truss applied free of charge.
Price of Single Truss $3; Double Truss SS."A liberal
discount allowed to Druggists.
Manufacturer of Prof. N. R. Smith's FRACTURE
APPARATUS. CHAS. C. REINHARDT,
Manufacturer of Surgical Instruments,
7 North Gay street, near Baltimore.
S2S flm (Late C. C. Bernhardt. Light st.)
]V < >TICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
_LN claims against THE FEDERAL HILL STEAM
I ERRY COMPANY, arc hereby notified to present their
accounts duly authenticated to the subscriber, on or he
fore the sth day of OCTOBER next, preparatory to ad
justment of their claims, which by deed of trust to the
undersigned, are to he paid to the creditors, so far as the
proceeds of sale of the property will satisfy said claims.
The stockholders are also notified to present their certifi
cates of stock on or before the sth OCTOBER next, to ena
ble the undersigned to make a final division of the as
sets, if any surplus shall remain after paying the legal
claims against the Company.
25-eost* JOHN W. RANDOLPH, Trustee.
GUNS! GUNS!? GUNS!!!
Double and single barrel GUNS, RIFLES
and PISTOLS, in the greatest vnrietv.—
S/ ji \J> AIso—POWDER FLASKS. SHOT Pol'CH
v ES and BELTS, GAME BAGS, CAPS,
WADS. CARTRIDGS, POWDER, SHOT, BALL, and all
SPORTING GOODS. Those in want of a GOOD GUN, or
any other article in the line, arc respectfully invited to
call, where they will find one of the largest and best as
sortments in Baltimore. All Guns warranted, and as cheap
as any other respectable establishment in the United
States.
i tty GUNS REPAIRED in the best manner.
ALEX A X DER McCOMAS,
No. 51 S. Calvert street.
! X. B.—No connection with any other house. sl6-3w
PI iES ER VIN (i .1A RS—FOR FRESH
OR SUGARED FRUIT, Ac.,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
ARTHUR'S Pelf Sealing, Glass, Tin and Earthen; an old
J and reliable article.
. POTTER A BODIXE'S Air-tight Glass; new, good and
| cheap.
SANDWICH JARS, ground glass stoppers, air-tight
cheap and excellent.
BENNETT'S Yellow, Earthen, air-tight.
TOMATOKand Preserving Stone Jars, with corks
PICKLE JARS, Glass and Stone.
I The very b*st assortment of the above goods ever
fered in this city (with minute printed directions gratis
j at * PARR'S CHINA HALL,
211 Baltimore street,
au2o tfr near Charle
CARPETS! CARPETS!
The undersigned would respectfully call the atten
-1 lion of his friends and customers to his well selected
stock of
TAPESTRY, BRUSSELS,
Three ply ingrain CARPETTXGS,
OIL CLOTH, DOOR MATS,
RUGS, TABLE OIL CLOTH,
STAIR RODS, Ac.
All of which he offers as CHEAP as the cheapest, and as
good as the best in the city.
N. B.—l have a fine assortment of
RAG CARPETING
on hand of mv own make. Rag Carpets wove to order at
short notice. JOHN SAYLOR,
No. 2 West Baltimore street,
oc2-sat,wf.dAsaT.-it At the Bridge.
JOHN M. MANN,
• F MANUFACTURER AND DEAI.ER IN
PAPER HANGINGS, LIVEN A VENETIAN BLINDS
PAPER.
PLAIN AND PAINTED STICK BLINDS, Ac.
No. 26 North Liberty st.
above Fayette, Baltimore
Having removed from No. 4S E. Baltimore st., and fitted
up the above establishment, he is prepared to Paper
Rooms at the shortest notice. Oil Cloth, Carpeting and
Matting fitted to rooms. Upholstering neatly executed.
He is aiso ready to furnish all articles in his line at CHEAP
ER RATES than any other establishment. GOLD SHADES
as low as $1 —and all other articles in proportion.
ffyoid Blinds repainted and retrimmed. s8 2mr
HEM! Y U . .1 K.\kl\S,
PRACTICAL CABINET MAKER,
NO. If. LIGHT STREET,,
Has on hand a large stock of. and is constantly manu
facturing, every description of CABINET WARE, of the
best materials and workmanship.
HAIR and SPRING MATRESSES. SPRING UNDER
BEDS. BOLSTERS and PILLOWS, of Hair or Feathers,
IRON BEDSTEADS,suitabIe for Hotels, servants, &c.
oot lm
/ <aupk:l\S!
V_y CARPETS!
The Greatest RARGA INS ever offered in this Market.
G. S. GRIFFITH A BRO , having made large purchases
of English, Brussels and Velvet CARPETS at the New
York Auction Sales, at prices far below the cost of imp rt
ation, are prepared to sell splendid Brussels CARPET at
prices ranging from 70 cents to $1 per yard.
ALSO,
Allother CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, RUGS,MATS, Ac.,
at equally low prices, wholesale and retail.
G. S. GRIFFITH A BRO.,
oc4 d.°.t 77 Baltimore st.. near Gaj'.
GOLD'S IMPROVED AUTOMATIC
STEAM HEATER PUT UP AND GUARANTEED
WORK PERFECTLY, bv
ROBBIXS A CO.,
Xos. 46 and 48 Light street.
_ N. li. This HEATER can be put up complete at a very
little more cost than a Hot-Air Furnace, while its ad van
tages over Hot-Air are almost innumerable. s3O-tf
THE CALVERTON
COPPER SMITH WORKS,
No. 94 NORTH CALVERT SREET.
I AM PREPARED TO MAKE TO ORDER,
OR REPAIR,
ALL KINDS OF COPPER WORK,
AT SHORT NOTICE.
alOly JOHN M. BRUCE.
A' L B REV & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
No. 81 Exchange Place. Baltimore
PERSONS IN WANT OP-STOVES
Jmn find the largest and best assortment at
ROBBIXS A CO.,
46 and 48 Light street,
830 tf below Lombard (west side).
REMOVAL.
B. T. ELDER,
PRODUCE COMMISSI OA MERCHANT,
REMOVED from No. 81 Smith's Wharf, to
NO. 120 SOUTH EUTAW STREET,
Opposite Camden Station of the B. A O. R. R.
JAMES M. ANDERSON A SON,
ENGRAVERS,
No. 148 Baltimore Street,
BANK NOTE, STEEL & COPPER PLATE PRINTING.
INVITATION, WEDDING, VISITING
Cards, etc.. Engraved and Printed in the most fashion
able styles. Corporate and Notarial Seals, Letter Stamps,
etc. London and Paris Visiting Cards, De La Rue's F.n
--vHnp.-s. .-r.- fe22tf.
A" ITantkT TKLEGRAPH TRINKETS.
CAN FIELD, BRO. A CO ,
229 BALTIMORE STREET,
ITavc a great variety of articles manufactured out of tne
Submarine Telegraph Cable, such as Broaches, Charms,
Watch Keys, Letter Stamps, Ac. Also, pieces of Cable
mounted on brass and silver. 813
IA PA N NED K N IKE AND SPOON
•J BOXES—New style, some nicely lined, just received
and for sale, wholesale and retail, by CORTLAN A CO
No. 216 Baltimore St., Marble Building sl6-tf
GENTLEMEN'S STYLE - OP DRESS
HATS, for Fall, 1858, can be had in great variety at
HUGHES & CO.'S, 34 Baltimore st. FELT HATS of'all
styles and qualities. CAPS of every description, at theii
tLsual low prices. sll-lm
STICKNEY II CO..
DEALERS IX
NAILS, COAL AND IRON,
No. 67 Exchange Place, up stairs. fc2s-tf
BRACKETS FOR COI-TAGES^IATS^
Mouldings, various kinds. Columns, Balustrading'
&c.. for sale by JOS. THOMAS & SON, corner of Park aifd
Claysts, ocltf
WALNUT AND MAHOGANY. In
"!" k ; ®wds. Scantling and Maimers, for sal:by
JOS. IHOMAS & BON, corner Park and Clay strsets.
004-tf
QHARLES D. DEFORD &. CO.,
1 TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ANI> IMPORTERS OP
IIA TA NA CIGA RS AND LEA F TOBA CCO,
No. 37 SOUTH GAY STREET,
BALTIMORE.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
We are agents for most of the manufacturers of Tobacco
in Virginia and North Carolina, and through them we are
regularly supplied with all the various grades of Chewing
I Tobacco.
i HAVANA CIGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO.
Our arrangements for supplies of Cigars and Leaf To
bacco, through our Agent, who resides in Havana, enable
us to offer as large an assortment of the various qualities
; as any house in the United States.
AMERICAN LEAF TOBACCO.
We have always on hand Kentucky, I'ennsylvania, Con
necticut, Ohio, and other kinds, suitable for home trad
aud exportation; also,
SNUFFS, SMOKING AND FINE CUT CHEWING
TOBACCO,
PIPES AND TOBACCO KNIVES,
JylO-tf LIQUORICE. TONQUA BEANS, Ac.
year 153S by Eugene Duptiv, in the Clerks
DUPUY S |o
I NEW PERFUME, f
§ > Fnsurpct/iAed in Fragrance,
C i J'erwanenay, Sf
~S ; And SiainUas in its Excellence
I Ktss-ME~QWCK |
.= J c
£ Distilled from Fragrant Tulips. ~
{ E. CHEMIST, jr
uus Uroadwav.
C __ _ I J'
For the Southern District of New York.
THE ETERNAL PERFUME
FROM THE HOLY CITY.
44 Oh! could I but catch that fragrance
I would ask no other fame.
Than that those sweet-scented Flowers
Should be coupled with my name."
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
i T n E REAL FRANGIPANNI PER FU M
IS MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
MESSRS. I'IESSE & LUBIN,
IVo. 2 New Band Street, London,
And they take this opportunity to caution purchas
| against imitations, of which there are many; none, ho
ever, approach in any degree the exquisite fragrauce
J made by P. & L.
; FRANGIPANNI THE PERFUME.
FRANGIPANNI SACHEL.
FRANGIPANNI FRUIT.
FRANGIPANNI SOAP.
FRANGIPANNI POMADE.
FRANGIPANNI OIL.
| SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES.
EUGENE DUPUY, Importer,
} jelO 2aw4m 609 BROADWAY New York.
I PURCHASERS
OF DRY GOODS
Are invited to examine the large and splendid assort
moot of
FOREIGN DRY GOODS,
carefully selected by one of the firm in the manufacturing
districts of Europe, NOW OPEN on 2nd and 3d floors of
199, 201 & 203 BALTIMORE STREET,
which in variety, style of Goods and low prices will com
pare favorably with any establishment in the United
States.
OUR RETAIL"STOCK
(FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT,)
presents a magnificent stock in every department of the
trade.
830-tr HAMILTON EASTER k CO.
gHIRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS!
| MADE TO ORDER
FOR
For $1.50
and $1.75.
AT
RAYMOND'S
36 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
I EQUAL TO ANY MADE ELSEWHERE
For $3 00
and $2.50.
| A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED !
A great variety of
UXDER SHIRTS
AND
BRA ITERS,
i Adapted to the fall trade.
BOYS' SHIRTS,
Of all sizes.
I TIES,
SCARFS,
GLOVES,
HDKFS,
Ac., Ac.,
of new styles,
j Embracing
every article
usually kept
in a
first class
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS STORE,
ALL AT
s2l 3mr VERY LOW PRICES.
| JjMRE INSURANC E.
JOHNSTON'S
INSURANCE
ROOMS,
73
SECONIJ STREET. T,TH,stfr
NO DELAY
IN PAYMENT
OF LOSSES.
JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS,
73
SECOND STREET. T,Tn,stfr
MARINE PREMIUMS
LIBERALLY CREDITED.
JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS,
73
SECOND STREET. T.TH.stfr
j STRONGEST COMPANIES.
JOHNSTON'S
IX S UII AX C E
ROOMS,
73
SECOXD STREET. T,TH,stfr
I J^O WEST RATES.
JOHNSTON'S
IX S ERA X C E
ROOMS,
73
SECOXD STREET. T.TH.Stfr
NEW YORK CITY ANDVTRGINIA
COMPANIES.
" SECURITY " FIRE;
"PHENIX" "
"RESOLUTE" "
"NEW WORLD" "
" LYNCHBURG " "
("ALBEMARLE" "
I " VALLEY of Va. " "
MARINE.
Mercantile Mutual Marine, N. Y.,
Lynchburg Marine, Va.
FIRE, "VALLEY of Va."
" "ALBEMARLE,"
" "LYNCHBURG,"
" "NEW WORLD,"
" " RESOLUTE, "
" " THENIX,"
" SECURITY,"
ALL LICENSED BY THE COMPTROLLER.
Policies issued ; Losses adjusted and paid by
THOS. D. JOHNSTON,
Ins. Agt.
ocl-tf 73 SECOND STREET.
riARPETINGS,
CARPETINGS,
CARPETINGS.
FAIL STOCK
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WALSH A CONRADT,
ocl-dlmr No. 1 N. Gay st.
JP NGLISHVELV ET~
TAPESTRY AND BRUSSELS CARPETINGS,
Purchased expressly for this market.
WALSH A CONRADT,
ocl-dlmr No. 1 N. Gay st.
gUPER AND FINE INGRAINS,
TWILLED AND PLAIN VENETIAN
CARPETIXGS.
A large stock on hand that will he closed out
AT PRICES TO PI.EASE.
WALSH A CONRADT,
ocl illmr No. 1 N. Gay st.
QIL ('LOTUS,
VELVET RUGS-AND MATS,
DRUGGETS. COCOA MATTING, dc., dc. y
Which will be sold as LOW as any in the city.
WALSH Ac CONRADT,
ocl-dlmr No. 1 N. Gay st.
"PRWOOL REPTS.
I\. CRIMSON,
MAROON.
GREEN,
BLUE,
and DRAB,
WILLIAM HOLLAND,
or'. 3m No. 72 North Howard St., Baltimore.
KELLY & SON,
A • MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 3 LIBERTY STREET,
Have received a full assortment of the newest
STYLES OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE,
FOR THE
FALL AND WINTER SEASON,
and respectfully solicit a call from their customers and
others.
cash purchasers a liberal deduction will be made
s2S Mmr
JOSEPH E. WILESONT
PAPER HANGINGS,
AND
WINDOW SHADE MANUFACTURER,
No. 109 N. HOWARD STREET.
Between Mulberry and Saratoga,
. BALTIMORE.
Plain, Buff and White
LINEN WINDOW SHADES
made and put up to order
in the neatest manner.
A 111 kinds of
PAPER HANGING
done by careful workmen in ihe very best style,
ocl-dly and at the lowest prices FOR CASH.
EDWA R I ) COHEN,
NOTE AND BILL BROKER,
s2B-eo3tr* No. 5 NORTH STREET.
ME DI c A i. HOO K S'.
MEDICAL STUDENTS
SUPPLIED WITII TEA T BOOKS
AT LOWEST PRICES.
A large stock always to be found at
CUSHING A BAILEY'S,
oc4-lm 282 Baltimore st.
a.). S. McCLELL,AN,
FA S 111 OX A RLE HATTER,
No. 343 \\ EST BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR EDTAW
Manufacturer and Dealer in
HATS, CAPS, CHILDREN'S FANCY GOODS, UMBREL
LAS, and all goods usually kept in a first-class
sB-3mr Retail Hat Store.
J NO. GAYNOR,
P ROYIS ION DEALER,
48 SOUTH STREET.
Constantly for sale Bacon, Ilaras, Sides, Shoulders,
Lard, Mess Pork, &c. scl4 6m
/rtb JOHN H. WALKER,
ImS NO. 487 W. BALTIMORE ST.,
Wishes to inform the public that he is prepared to
furnish all kinds of STOVES at the shortest notice, as
cheap as can be bought in the city. Also, HOUSE
PLUMBING and Job Work in general, and most respect
fully asks for a continuation of public patronage.
oc2-lmr
Ca-f attiursfrip HcticfS.
| /~10 PARTNERSHIP.—I have this day as
; V_>"?ociate<l with me. FRANK W. CASSARD, under the
! ' an(l will continue the
GENERAL 1 ROV IsION BUSINESS, at No 46 South St.
i „ GEORGE CASSARD,
Raltimore, Oct. sth, 185 S. ocs-4t*
Ha VIM; isiikd MY HUSI
NESS to my sons, JOHN P., and PH. B. RAU, and
my nephew, JOHN UHRIG, I tender my thanks to my
friends for their long continued favors, aiid solicit a con
tinuance of the same to my successors.
JOHN C. RAU.
Baltimore, Sept. 20tli, 1858.
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
We, the undersigned, have this day formed a co-part
nership, under the firm of JOHN C RAU k CO., and will
continue the FLOUR, GROCERY and LIQUOR BUSI
NESS, at the old stand, corner of Howard and Franklin
streets. JOHN P. RAU,
PHILIP B. RAU,
JOHN UHRIG.
Baltimore, 5ept.20,1858. 522-W-S&M
nPHE CO-PARTNERSHIP OF BROW N i
J. & WINCHESTER, is this day DISSOLVED by mu
tual consent, both partners being authorized to sign in
liquidation. The business is continued by Messrs. ROB
ERT D. BROWN k CO., at whose counting-room the
books and accounts of the late firm will be found.
ROBERT D. BROWN,
JAMES WINCHESTER.
Baltimore, Sept. 30tli, 1858.
We have this day formed a Partnership, under the firm
of ROBERT It. BROWN & CO., for the transaction of a
GENERAL DRY GOODS, IMPORTING and COMMIS
SION BUSINESS at No. 18 Hanover street, upstairs.
ROBERT I). BROWN,
GEORGE TRULL.
Baltimore, Sept. 30th, 1858.
JAMES WINCHESTER will, for the present, be found
at theofiiceof Messrs. ROBERT D. BROWN & CO., and
will attend to the negotiation of business paper, and the
purchase and sale of foreign exchange.
s3O THi; rai-&eo4 > .
LOOKING GLASSES?
LOOKING GLASSES!!
LOOKING GLASSES!
LOOKING GLASS, I PICTURE FRAME,
CONSOLE, j CORNICE,
BRACKET, I TRIPOD, and
PIER TABLE MANUFACTURER.
PHOTOGRAPHIC OPALS
of all sizes, patterns and styles, at the lowest cash price
WM. McGREW,
No. 24 N. Liberty street,
Baltimore, Md
Importer of French and German PLATE GLASS and
French and English ENGRAVINGS.
The attention of the Public is called to the style of work
exhibited at this establishment, only equaled in New York
and unsurpassed in this city.
ALL ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY WILL RECEIVE PROMP
ATTENTION. fw2B dtf
DK. E. P. MORONG,
SINCE HIS RETURN FROM EUROPE,
Makes an exclusive specialty of the treatment of
DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR.
MEDICALLY AND SURGICALLY.
OFFICE, 71 N. CHARLES ST.,
524-tf Baltimore, Md.
SELLING OFF!
SELLING OFF!
A large stock of
CABINET FURNITURE,
At greatly reduced prices, at
WM. P. SPENCER'S
Wholesle ami Retail
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS.
Nos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CALVERT STREET.
To reduce stock the undersigned offers great induce
ments to purchasers of
FASHIONABLE OR LOW PRICED
FURNITURE,
CHAIRS AND MATRESSES.
City and country dealers will find it greatly to their ad
vantage to examine our stock and prices.
Call soon and get bargains at
32 and 34 S. CALVERT ST.,
921 tNlr WM. P. SPENCER.
I GAMSON CARISS & CO.,
0 C A R V ER S ft GILD ER 8 .
Manufacture LOOKING GLASS and PICTURE FRAMES,
anil GILT WORK in every variety, and are dealers in, and
manufacturer's agents for PLATE GLASS, for Store and
House windows, LOOKING-GLASS PLATES, PLATED
WARE, TABLE CUTTLF.RY, FORKS, SPOONS, ftc.,
with a great variety of ENGRAVINGS, PAINTINGS, and
WORKS OF ART, generally.
au!3-3m 140 BALTIMORE ST
A UGH LIN'S
GENTLEMEN'S FASHION ALE
BOOT, SHOE AND
GAITER ESTABLISHMENT.
Having just received a fresh lot of French work, (in
cluding MELIES' manufacture.) a direct importation, I
can guarantee to ray customers entire satisfaction in any
of the articles enumerated below.
Glazed Opera Boots, -jf a ICalf-Skin Boots,
, c ~ j
Glazed Elastic Gaiter " t Cork Sole Boots,
<2 e
Glazed Button Gaiter " je £ 3 Elastic Calf Gaiter Boots,
Glazed Molier Shoes, i5J> i Cork Sole Gaiters,
Glazed Vilie Shoes, 5* j Molier Calf Shoes,
Glazed Pump Shoes, Ijjij Kid-top High Louis.
Also, on hand of my own manufacture, DOUBLE SOLE
BOOTS, DOUBLE SOLE GAITERS, DOUBLE SOLE
WALKING SHOES, &c., ftc. These articles are all made
up during the summer months so that at the present time
they are well seasoned and warranted inferior to none in
the market. THOMAS LAUGHLIN, No. 2 St. Paul St.,
opp. the Bank of Baltimore. sir. dSm
RO¥B I N SCO.,
ImmmM PROPRIETORS OF
TIIE BALTIMORE STOVE WORKS,
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
GOLD'S AUTOMATIC ST EA M HEAT ER.
ALSO,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
COOKING, PARLOR, and HALL STOVES,
Ship's Caiubooses, Ranges, Grates, Tin, Sheet-Iron, and
Hollow Ware, and all articles in the Stove Business.
Repairing done at the shortest notice, and upon the best
terms.
WAREHOUSE—Nos. 46 and 48 LIGHT STREET,
5.30-tf 8. W. corner f B alders ton street.
AGRICULTURAL FAIR PREMIUMS.
—CAXFIELD, BRO. ft CO., have made extensive
preparations to fill orders for Premiums to be awarded at
the different agricultural Fairs—such as Silver Pitchers,
Goblets, Waiters, Cups, Tumblers, Punch Bowls, ftc.
s.'IO-tfr
MERRILL, THOMAS .v ca
Are now opening, at their NEW WAREHOUSE,
No. 239 Baltimore street, near Charles, a beautiful as
sortment of GUNS, PISTOLS, GUN MATERIAL, ftc .
lately arrived per steamer at New York, rendering their
stock one of the largest and best selected in the country,
to which they respectfully invite the attention of the
trade. s6-lmr
r| FALL STYI.E. OF HAL'S FOR
| 'SB. We are now selling the Fall Style of Hat for
| Gentlemen's wear, to which we invite the attention
of our friends and the public, and we assure them that
they cannot le surpassed for
BEAUTY OF STYLE ANI) FINISH
by any that may be offered in this City.
Also, a large assortment of the most fashionable Soft
Felt Hats and Caps for Gentlemen's and Youth's wear.
SAMUEL IIINDES & SON,
No.JOO North Gay street, third door from Bridge, West
side. s. pis lmr
TVIEW YORK STEAM
ll SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT,
OFFICE 142 LEXINGTON STREET, BALT.
We would beg to call call the attention of the public to
the fact that we are prepared to do, in the most superior
manner, every description of
SILK AND WOOLEN CLEANING.
We have no French patent right for covering up spots;
hut, by certain improvements in machinery of our own,
coupled with the chemical knowledge necessary to effect
the same, aie now ready to thoroughly cleanse every de
scription of ladies' gentlemen's and children's wearing
apparel, whether g ade of VELVET, SILK or WOOLEN GOODS,
and do not requre the ripping of the same, excepting in
cases where it would be of decided benefit HO to do. Par
ticular attention paid to CAMEL'S HAIR, WHITE, CRAPE,
and other SHAWLS, LACE CURTAINS, SILK DRESSES, EM
BROIDERIES, MKRINOES. KID GLOVES, ftc.
SPOTS OF GREASE, OIL, PAINT, ICE CREAM,
or of any other nature taken out, if possible, without
cleansing the whole garment. Gentlemen's garments will
be prepared by a regular tailor, thus insuring a proper
finish. sel4 6inr
K&J C . EM M ERICH,
* ©fe*- BOOT AND SHOE
MA N UFACTURER,
NO. 18 SOUTH STREET,
Je23-ly BALTIMORE.
EDW. KURTZ SCHAEPFER, WILLIAM ft. BARRY
FRANCIS B. LONEY, ROBERTS. FINLEY.
IRVIN NEALE.
HARDWARE.—
SCHAEFFF.R k LONEY,
IMPORTERS OF
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS,
NO. 3 HANOVER STREET,
NEAR BALTIMORE STREET,
Jyl-tf BALTIMORE.
CIORNS, BUNIONS, NAILS PENETRA
J TING THE FLESH, extracted without pain, so tha
the boot can be worn immediately without the least inccn
venience, by ' I)R. PAINTER,
Surgeon, Chiropodist,
- Xo 21 N • Gal vert street.
KKNSKV JOHNS CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
SILVER SPRING, FAMILY, EXTRA k SUPER FLOUH
Also, keep constantly on hand
The Patapsco Brand, ami the. best grades of Howard Stre
and City Mills, Extra and Snjter. anil Rye Flour
Nos. 22 and 24 COMMERCE STREET,
BALTIMORE, MD
Successors to Duf.R ft JOHNS. jj2 3m
LITTLEFIELD'S RAILWAY
Sjjn COAL BURNER, or ILLUMINATING GAS
BURNER, five sizes, for Parlors, Halls, Sitting
Rooms or Warehouse. This STOVE is guaranteed to be
the most ECONOMICAL, the BEST HEATING, and the
most brilliantly illuminated STOVE in the market. Call
and see them at BOBBINS & CO.'S,
46 and 48 Light street,
corner of Balderston street,
s3O-tf below Lombard (west side).
eft] GENTLEMEN 7 * -
Wll FASHIONABLE BOOT ANI) SHOE
1 WSk*. ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 334 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR F.UTAW,
Baltimore, Md.
R. ROBERTS, Ag't.
All goods purchased at this establishment are of supe
rior workmanship, and the best materials. sB-ly
'po BUILDERS AND OTHERS. Sash,
JL Doors, Blinds, Frames, and all kinds of Sash Facto
ry, work of best materials and Baltimore make.constantly
on hand and made to order, by POE ft HOWARD,
Warehouse No. 69 Pratt st.
525-lmr Factory, Locust Point, Baltimore.
H. PENINGTON, ~
. 65 HANOVER STREET,
C O N'V F. V A NC F R.
Prepares HEEDS, LEASES, WILLS, MORTGAGES,
BILLS OF SALE. Bills of Sale of Vessels, and all other
kinds of writing, on moderate terms.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, &c.,
For the States of Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama,
Ohio and Louisiana. 527-3 m
WILLIAM HOLLAND.
UPHOLSTERER AND PAPER HANGER,
No. 72 N. HOWARD ST.,
Just received a large and elegant assortment or UPHOL
STERY GOODS, embracing Satin Delains, Brocatelle,
Kepts, Cornices, Bands, Pins, &c. Also, LACE CUR
.TAINS, Furniture Coverings, French and English Taper
Hangings and every variety i f Window Shades
oc4-3m
rclfrrlV. A - Roster.
TMSHER & HUNTER,
n PRACTICAL PLUMBERS,
138 II est Fayette Street , near Howard,
ROOFERS.
ANI) DEALERS IN
HOT ATR FURNACES, RANGES AND STOVES,
ocl If] TIN k SHEET IRON WORK TO ORDER.
(dceh PARLOR RADIATIORS of our own
£3B manufacture, the largest and most beautiful va
"V3V- riety in ttie market, For sale, wholesale and re
tail, by ROBBINS ft CO.,
46 and 48 Light street,
corner of Balderston street,
s3O tf below Lombard (west side).
EVERETT'S SUPERIOR ENGLISH
BLACKING.—A fresh invoice of Everett's superior
liquid BLACKING, just landing ex-May Queen, from Lon
don. For sale in quantities to suit purchasers. P. TIER
NAN k SON, Importers. 12 N. Charles st. sls tf
11^ IRE PLACE STOVES.—We would In
vite Housekeepers to ex amine our new FIRE PLACE
STOV ES. They are put up in connection with a fireboard
a id for breakfast or dining rooms, their moderate lcedj
will commend them to general consideration. We asoi
have the PARLOR COMPANION and UNION PARLOR
STOVES, for heating par ors and rooms over tliem Al
so. a general variety of HEATING and COOKING
STOVES, to whloh we call attention. COLLINS, HEATH
A HUTCHINSON, Maryland Stove and Plumbing House,
22 Light street, sl6-tf
H
/ lARROLL HALL. B
vV MRS. MACREAIIY,
•i Will give a rendering of the celebrated Poenis of
NOTHING To WEAR;
TIIE POLISH BOY;
I Also, selections from ]H
MACBETH;
LOVE CHASE
Also, other pieces, on
I oc6-tf THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 7th.
JJOLLIDAY STREET THEATRE ■
! KUNKEL kCO Lessees H
JOHN T. FORI) Manager
TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS!
THIRD WEEK OF TIIE SUPERB SPECTACLE!
■ Witli new ami splendid scenery by C. S. Getz,
witnessed for the last TWO WEEKS by crowded
houses with enthusiastic applause.
On WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 6th, 1858,
Will lie performed (15th time)
THE TEMPEST, jH
OR THE ENCHANTED ISLAND.
Alonzo, King of Naples Mr. G Jnhnso^^B
Caliban, a savage Mr. W. Davidg^H
Miranda, daughter of Prosi>ero Miss J. Parke^^J
To conclude with
DOMINIQUE THE DESERTER.
Dominique Mr. W. H Ilavidg^H
Lady Blanche Mrs. 11. F. Dalj^H
PRICES OF ADMISSION : fl
Dress Circle and Parquette 50 cents.
Family Circle 25
Colored Boxes 37 " H
Colored Gallery 25 " nH
No extra charge for reserved seats. Doors open at
o clock—to commence at 7j* o'clock.
Agricultural. 9
CMTANO! GUANO!
T NOTICE. H
As the time has arrived when the FARMING IXT
will be seeking to ascertain where those interests can
best promoted in the purchase of FERTILIZERS, the
dersigned would invite the attention and call of his
inerous friends and customers to his very extensive
say:
BEST NO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO; H
A A MEXICAN; WM
CALIFORNIA;
With everv other description of the most popular
TILIZERS, all of which can b<* had at the lowest
prices, from ROBERT TURNER, No. 47 S. Frederick
N B.— Every article we sell warranted genuine and
adulterated. sls 3wr Wil
UANOT—No. I PERUVIAN \.M)H
VTCALIFORNIAN, and A. A. BROWN MEXICAN, forH
sale. N. E. BERRY, ■
s4-tf No. 63 Pratt street.
REESE
"MANIPULATED GUANO," M
ANALYSIS. M
Ammonia, 8 per cent. H
Phospate of I.ime, 45 to 50 per cent. H
Water, 6 per cent. S
In perfectly pulverized condition. S
CALIFORNIA GUANO. 9
ANALYSIS. fl
Ammonia, 10 per cent.
Phosphate of Lime, 23 per cent. fl
Water, 28 per cent. fl
By comparing the above analysis, the superiority of ■
REESE'S "MANIPULATED" will be apparent, both in H
reference to the relative quantity of water and phosphates ■
For sale—The above articles. Also, PERUVIAN H
GUANO. JOHN S. REESE ft CO., W
No. 77 South street, H
au23 Over Corn Exchange. 9
( lUANO! GUANO! I
VJ PERUVIAN, CALIFORNIA, COLUMBIAN\ 9
WHITE MEXICAN and "AA" BROWN 1
M E XIC ANGU A NOES, ifl
All of the best qualities. Also, BONE DUST. Beßurg's
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and other Fertilizers,
for sale in lots to suit, at the lowest market prices, by
WILLIAM ROBINSON,
Nos. 4 and 6 Hollingsworth street.
au23-tf near Pratt street wharf.
OMULUS It. GRIFFITH,
GUANO AND PHOSPHATE OF LIME AGENCY.
No. 84 Exchange Place, up stairs, offer for sale, GUANOS,
PHOSPHATE OF LIME, GROUND BONES, and other
fertilising manures. tul6-2m*
GUANO I "GUANO!—2OO tons "Brown
Mexican" GUANO, analysing 65 per cent bone phos
phate of lime, for sale by WM. F. MURDOCH,
au26 5 O'Donnell's wharf.
Has fitting.
LJ.AS FITTING AND FIXTURES.
BLAIR & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
GAS FIXTURES,
No. 366 W. BALTIMORK STREET
N. B. GAS PIPE INTRODUCED by experienced workm
and warranted free from leaks.
RE oiLDiso, RE BRONZING, and SILVERING done at th
shortest notice. p39 r fr
C"l AS F 1 \ TU R ES/
I" GAS FITTING'
A large assortment of
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
(J A S FIXTURES 1
constantly on hand—to be sold cheap for cash at
JOHN RICHARDS, ,
No. 274 BALTIMORE STREET,
Nearly opposite Hanover.
GAS PIPES FITTED
into houses of every class by experienced workmen, and
warranted free from leaks s3O tf
WI ES T & j E V EN s ,
T I IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS,
AND DEALERS IN
OAS FIXTURES ,
Of every Description,
No. 206 Baltimore Street, t
I BALTIMoRg '
Gas Pipes introduced intop rblic and private buildings
in the iH'St mauner and on the most pleasing terms,
mrll-tf
(VrEAT saving in gas.
T J. H. COOPER'S
PATENT LEVER GAS REGULATOR.
Saves from 15 to 35 per cent, of Gas, and prevents all
blowing and flaring of the light.
JACKSON ft CHANDLER,
Agents for the State of Maryland, and District of Colum
bia, at the office of Messrs. GRATTAN ft EVANS, Gas
Fitters and Plumbers, No. 8 North street, Jarvis' Building
P. S Certificates can be bad at the office mvß tf
DR. BAAKEE
TREATS ALL DISEASES FREE OF CHARGE.
Dr. BAAKEE will also give special attention to the fol
lowing cases: Coughs, Colds, Consumption. Croup, Inllu
j enza. Asthma, Bronchitis, and all other diseases of the }
Throat and Lungs. He will devote particular attention to,
the treatment of all skin diseases —Lumbago, Scrofula/
Rheumatism, (acute and chronic,) Neuralgia, Paralysis,
Epilepsy, Dyspepsia, Piles, and all derangements of the
Stomach, Liver and Bowels; and also to all chronic Female
diseases. Social attention will he given to the treatment
of the EYE and EAR.
Without the use of the Knife or Needle, and he has con
stantly on hand an excellent assortment of beautiful Ai
tiflciul Eyes, an Tympanums.or Ear Drums, suitable for
either sex and all ages—inserted in live minutes.
DR. BAAKEE has made a new discovery of a Fluid that
! will produce perfect absorption of the Cataract , and restore
| perfect vision to he Eye without the use of the knife. Dr.
Baakee can produce one thousand certificates of his perfect
I success in curing Cancer, old Sores or Ulcers, Fistula,
; Swellings or Tumors of every description, and without tho
' use of the knife. Special arrangements must be made with
1 Dr. Baakee f°r the treatment of the last named diseases, as
j they will require his constant advice and attention.
DR. BAAKEE is one of the most skillful and celebrated
! Surgeons and Physicians now living. His fame is known
' personally in nearly every principal city in the world.
All letters directed to Dr. Baakee, (enclosing one dollar.)
from any distance, correctly stating the nature of the dis
ease, shall be promptly answered, and a package of medi
cine will be sent by mail with full instructions for treat
ment. All patients with chronic (or old) diseases, can be
successfully treated by correspondence.
Office hours from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.
DOCTOR BAAKEE.
Office CORNER of CALVERT and LEXINGTON ST3.,
opposite Monument Square, Baltimore, Md. oe.l-tfr
OLDEST ESTABLISHED STAND
IN THE CITY.
ANDREW E. WARNER,
No. 10 N. GAY STREET,
MANUFACTURER OF
SILVER WARE AND FINE COLD JEWELRY,
AND DEALER IN
SILVER PLATED WARE,
AND FANCY ARTICLES GENERALLY.
Has in store a beautiful assortment of New Styles and
Patterns of Rich Jewelry and Silver Ware suitable for
presents, embracing a great variety of Set and Plain Gobi
BROOCHES; Mosaic, Carbunkle. Coral. Pearl, Lava,
Cameo. Etruscan, ftc , EAR RINGS; BRACELETS; FIN
GER RINGS, set with Diamond, Ruby. Emerald, Pearl
Opal, ftc ; Ladies' GOLD CHAINS; Vest and Guard
Chains; Miniature LOCKETS; Gold Thimbles; Cuff But
tons and Pins; Signet, Chased and Plain Gold Rings. Pen
cils and Pens; Sleeve BUTTONS and STUDS; Gold and
Jet Crosses; Jet Bracelets, Pins and Ear Kings; HAIR
JEWELRY of beautiful designs, ftc
Also a complete assortment of Best Quality Heavy Sil
ver Plated TEA SETTS, Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Cake
Baskets, Fruit. Butter and Salt Stands. Castors, Candle
Sticks, Pearl Handle Dessert Knives, SPOONS, Forks,
Ladles, FANCY ARTICLES, ftc., which will be sold on
the most reasonable terms. s2O-tf
PHCENIX STEAM MARBLE WORKS,
ESTABLISHED 1820,
CORNER SHARP AND GERMAN STREETS.
Persons owning family lots in public cemeteries or pri •
vate burial grounds, are respectfully invited to call before
purchasing elsewhere, and examine the stock of
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEADSTONES, ftc ,
Of the best American and Italian marble, now finished
and for sale at the above establishment. The assortment,
which is large, embraces original designs and of choice
selections from the most appropriate and beautiful artists'
structures in modern use. Also, MARBLE STATUES
GARDEN VASES, FOUNTAINS, and other ornaments
appropriate for Gardens, Dwellings, or Grave lots, con
stantly on hand.
ALEXANDER GADDESS, Proprietor,
Steam Marble Works
CIARPETING.
J GRKAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
JOHN TURN BULL,
242 BALTIMORE ST.,
Is now receiving direct from the principal Manufacturers
in England, all their new and choice patterns of
VELVET, BRUSSELS,
AND
TAPESTRY CARRETINGS,
Which for beauty of design and brilliant coloring surpass
everything in that line heretofore imported.
Also, a large and beautiful assortment of
3-PLY, SUPERFINE, IXOHAIX AXI)
VENETIAN CARPETS
DRUGGETS, RUGS,
DOOR MATS, &c
OIL CLOTHS,
Of superior quality and rich designs, entirely new.
We are offering "great inducements to purchasers, and
solicit a call at 242 BALTIMORE STREET,
sS 2mr JoIIX TURNBUI.I.
tak PREPARE FOR WINTER.—The
undersigned, in view of the fact that now is the
time to prepare for the approaching winter, beg
leave to call the attention of the public to their large and
elegant assortment of PARLOR STOVES, DINING ROOM
STOVES, OFFICE AND STORE STOVES. CHURCH
STOVES, AND COOKING STOVES, all of the most ap
proved pattern, and guaranteed to act satisfactorily
They would also refer to their stock of COOK ING R A N G
ES, embracing the new Bay State Range, which is !•-
cidedly the most handsome and best flat top in the mark t
Our stock of FURNACES AND HEATERS are worthy
the attention of all in want of such articles, being 'f tfca
most approved patterns.
WM. H. BTBAN k CO .
Oc2-3m 8. E. corner Lombard and l-'vht j* ■
MOUNT VERNON ca.
OFFICS, NO. 94 LOMBARO Stbe" t -
Manufacturers of
COTTON CAN r A*> •
! RAVEN'S DUCK, SEINE AND SEWING
' f , !,f the Royal Conserva
jFi TTa Graduat Brussels, respect-
J'VJ :l l/fory of M"- the public, that he wiff re
fully informs nis friend.
BUme HvuTurCTIONS ON THE PIANO-FORTE,
iNSTKtCJ" iy gijfQINO.
DFUIPEXCK NO. 94. HANOVER STREET.
I | R E >n REFERENCES;
„ , 0 BACK PS, I KEr - Bk H. V. p. JOHNS,
1 ! . FULLER, "EV. DR. JORR 0 MO RIS ,
i " r - O A. LZAKIX, I REV. MR. THOS. K. PKOK
. | REV. MB "- EEV . MB. OTIS 11. TIFFANT,
i WINAXB, KSQ., I COL- HUGH OKLSTON
IIS ?,* B MARTIN, I- ■ JKNKINS, isq
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