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THE DAII.Y EXCHANGE is published every mornin
(Sundays excepted); price Two C**TS; ved '"the'aly
At twelve and a half cults per week, payable to the earn
ers; mailed tosubscribersout of the city, a • - •• .'
per annum. The TRI WEEKLY edition
acnbcrsat FOUR I'OLLARSper
riably cash in ance. vorth streets, Baltimore.
East corner of BaliJ-ore- DUET' EXCHANGE.
Letters to be alI rosed
Baltimore, Maryland." 1
BALTIMORE.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1858.
Operatic \cw Vork is on the tiptoe of expecta
tion Pin oLOMiM is coming, and JOANNA WAG
MT is to follow the PICOOLOMINI. Last evening
the* \cidciny of Music closed with a Benefit to
M tx M : VRETZEK, who is about to retire Southward,
bavin"' the Island of Manhattan in musical posses
sion of clever Mr. ULLMAN, and his new importa
tion ot Prima Donnas. Of course, the PICCOLO
MEM is destined to create a sensation. It isn't
every day we have a PICCOLOMINI among us, and
it is rare, indeed, for us to welcome a charming
finger and a born Princess in one and the same
person. PICCOLOMINI is both of those; and the
musical critics arc expatiating already over the
nobility of her birth and tlie liquid freshness of
her voice. We nre told by one enthusiast, that
"all the world knows her story: ' but as the
memory of "nil the world" needs refreshing oc
casionally, lie proceeds to inform us, that "she is
"a Princess by birth; a scion of the famous old
'•ltalian family, the name of which occurs in the
"history of Popes, and Cardinals; ' that she is not
oniv noble, but that she Ims, in addition to licr
blue blood, "youth, genius aud beauty," and that
"she is a dear little wilful Italian lady, who
"would sing, and would enchant all hearers, and
"would be the toast of Young Italy and Young
"England." In Italy, they wanted to unharness
her tioises, and draw her carriage home in tri
umph, but she would not consent that her coun
trymen "should make of themselves beasts of
"burthen." Somebody else has, however, discov
ered that the Dublin Students accomplished the
feat more recently, while it was raining in tor
l-eiils, and that the lady did not interpose to pre
vent them from making quadrupeds of themselves.
This ungracious reminiscence has drawn from Mr.
Manager ULLMAN a public expression of regret,
that a certain class of journalists should be so
prone to scandal. With respect to the Dublin
affair, he quotes the London Times to prove, that
Mile. PICCOLOMINI did endeavor to prevent the
Dublin Students from making beasts of burthen
of themselves: but as she couldn't speak suffi
cient English to make iter wishes intelligi
ble aud as they knew nothing of Italian, the
lady was compelled to surrender at discretion.
Moreover, as Mr. ULLMAN very justly remarks, it
is certainly "not an easy thing to restrain the
"Gownsmen of Trinity, when they once have re
solved to give vent to their proverbial enthnsi
"iism," —so the skirts of PICCOLOMINI are clear o*
Ihat charge. Rut Mr. ULLMAN is still troubled.
He has discovered that while there are some writers
who gravely announce her marriage with nn
English peer "of refined taste, ancient pedigree,
"and immense possessions," there are others,
equally well informed, who assert, not less gravely,
that the Peer, and tlie pedigree, and the possessions,
were certainly tendered to M ile PICCOLOMINI, but
thai "the dear little wilful Italian lady" preferred
to gather her singing robes about her, and walk
the world "in maiden meditation fancy free."
"A weekly paper, also," says Mr. ULLMAN, who
seems determined to unbutton the whole of his
griefs at once, "takes great pains in proving that
"she is only a 'Princess' by the maternal side, and
"a mere 'Countess' through her father." To all of
such gossip, lie responds briefly, but—for an
Operatic Manager—with the most delicious nairete
—"I have yet to learn," he says, "whether it is of
"any consequence to the public to know whether
."an artist has a pedigree two miles long, or not:
"or whether she marries a lord, or does not.
"M ile PICCOLOMINI comes here as an artist, and
"not as a Princess, which title she dropped on her
"first appearance in public, and not, as it is assert
"e.l, by command of Cardinal PICCOLOMINI. I
"certainly," adds the adroit manager in conclu
sion, "have not made the slightest allusion, in
"public, tohcr 'princely lineage,' and I trust the
"public will not forget, after all, that she is a
"young and enthusiastic girl, who has undoubted
"claims upon the kindness and good will ofevery
"body, and who lias every right to retain her
"maiden name as long as she pleases." Now all
this is admirable foolery; hut so far as Mr. ULLMAN
is concerned, it is exceedingly cleverly managed.
In his rebuke of the newspaper gossips, who
have so kindly furnished him with the material
for his mnsqucd advertisement, lie takes espe
cial care to recapitulate all that has been said
concerning the PICCOLOMINI. He explains how it
happened that the Italian demonstration was not
carried out, and how the Irish demonstration was.
l!e refers to the report of her marriage with
an English Peer, and tlie counter-report that tlie
offer was really made to her, but that she declined
the alliance. He notices the great pains taken by
a weekly paper to prove that "she is only a 'Prin
"cess' from her muternaj side, and a 'mere Cotin
"tess'through her father." He repudiates, with
the loftiest managerial scorn, the idea that the
American public cares anything for rank or title, I
and closes by an appeal to that public in behalf of i
"the young and enthusiastic girl," to whose
"princely lineage" he himself had refrained from j
making any public allusion. Of JOANNA WAGNER
lie says nothing. The PICCOLOMINI is to be first in- I
trodneed, and Mr. ULLMAN is perfectly aware of the |
perplexing nature of cross lights. JOANNA'S turn ;
wiil come in due time, and then we shall be treated I
to a similar dish of gossip, and the little manager j
will come out again in an explanatory card to the j
public, and so, the game of battledore and shuttle- \
cock will lie kept up until the novelty ceases to at- !
tract attention and tlie time arrives when it will be
necessary to prepare the way for the introduction !
of some other "celebrated artiste." Doubtless the j
distribution of all this stwee piquant is perfectly j
right and proper. It whets the public appetite,
which is apt, occasionally, to become cloyed and
fastidious, and needs a fillip to arouse it. But all j
good tilings may be abused, and it sometimes ;
turns out that very excellent sauce is used to dis
guise the flavor of very indifferent viands. Of
course it must he true —especially as Mr. ULLMAN
has "vet to learn otherwise"—that JAPONIC.*IIOM'
cares nothing for crests or coronets, and religiously
believes with TENNYSON, that:
'A simple damsel in her flower
Is worth a hundred coats of arms."
But, somehow or other, the "simple damsel'' does
not usually attract quite so much attention as "a
"Princess from the maternal side," or even as a
Countess whose title is paternally derived. The
PICCOLOMINI, therefore, will, in all probability, be
a great success, although she did lay down her
title when she went upon the stage, and although
she has, or has not rejected the hand of an English
Peer, and notwithstanding she has an uncle, and
that uncle is a Cardinal, and his name is PICCOLO
MINI. But what shall lie done for JOANNA WAGNER.
who has no "pedigree two miles long," lias never
refused a Peer, and has no uncle in scarlet ponti
ficals ?
The two branches of the City Council re-assem
bled, after the usual summer recess, on Monday,
the oth of September. On the day following they
received a message from the MAYOR, covering the
majority and minority reports of the special com
mission appointed previous to their adjournment
on the 11th of June, for the purpose of devising a
plan for the re-organization of the Fire Depart
ment. This message, with the accompanying docu
ments, was, on the same day, referred to the Joint
Standing Committee on Fire Companies. On the
16th of September the Committee reported an ordi
nance which was substantially the same as that
recommended by the majority of the Commission
ers. On the 21st. of September that ordinance
passed the Second Branch. On the 23d it passed
the First Branch. It then only awaited the signa
ture of the MAYOR in order to become effective. It
is now the 12th of October, and some curiosity is
naturally felt to know whether that signature has
been, or will be, given or withheld ? Has (he MAYOR
; signed the Fire Ordinance, or will lie sign it?
These are questions which are daily asked, and
which the public would be pleased to have an
swered. The City Council adjourned on the 24th
of September, nearly three weeks ago. The ordi
nance had passed both branches of that body on
the 23d. How happens it that the MAYOU finds it
so difficult to make up his mind upon the subject,
or, at least, manifests so much reluctance to make
his decision public? How much longer does it
take a MAYOR to come to a conclusion upon any
given question than a plain City Councilman?
The Second Branch passed the ordinance on the fifth
day after it had been reported by the Committee.
The First Branch passed it on the second day after
it had passed the Second. The report which the
ordinance follows, was in the hands of the MAYOR
before ever the Council met, in the first week of
September;—the ordinance itself has been before
him ever since the Council adjourned. Can it
be that the MAYOR has purposely withheld his
decision until after the election—or that he is in
any way influenced so to do by the considera
tion that 'votes may possibly depend upon
the course which he pursues? That he
will ultimately sign the ordinance, we take for
granted. It is true that we are not in the confi
dence of His Honor, and do not, therefore, pre-!
sume to speak by authority, but the decisive ma- | i
jorities by wliich it passed the Obuncil—by a vote
of 7to 2 in one IJrnhch, ni id of 17 to 2 ill the
Other, justify- us in the supposition' that it is a
party measure, and. a.s such. will iindouhtpdtv
receive tlie sanction of the MAYOR. Why then
should he hesitate to make known the fact? We
should be at a loss to answer why,—did not a cer
tain passage in His Honor's speech at the Tem
perance Temple furnish us with a probable solu
tion. In the cou:se of that speech, Mr. SWANN
remarked, in enumerating his own qualifications
for the MAYORALTY:
"My enlarged experience and better acquaintance with
the requirements of the City Government will also enable
me to do more ample justice to the subject of appoint
ments. With this latter view, I shall consider every
office as having expired witli my own, and shall proceed
to fill theib. at the commencement of my new term, with
the strictest eye to the public interest, by the selection of
good and reliable men, whether in or out of office."
Docs Mr. SWANS here mean simply to define his
powers, or is it a formal declaration of his inten
tions? If the former—lie has only stated what has
been true at all times during his term of
office, viz.: that lie has had the power
to remove inefficient men although he
has never seen proper to do it. If
the latter—he has certainly left his "intentions''
in a most convenient state of doubt, admirably
adapted to secure the support and stimulate the zeal
both of the Ins and Outs. It is in the same way,
we presume, that he proposes to deal with the Fire
Ordinance—and by withholding his signature
until after the Election, avoid the risk of losing
the votes of that large body of firemen who ate
known to be violently opposed to its adoption.
Such is certainly the inference to which his con
duct gives rise, and he has only himself to blame,
if it be unjust.
NEW JiOOKS.
We have received, from the publisher, Mr. RICH
ARD EDWARDS, a copvof'TllK BALTIMOIII: PICTORIAL
ADVERTISER AND ILLCKTRATED BI'SIXKSS DIRECTORY
for the year 1858 and 1859." It forms a handsome
volume of some four hundred pages, is well filled
with advertisements of our most prominent business
firms, and is rendered otherwise interesting by hav
ing, in addition to numerous illustrative wood cuts,
a considerable amount of attractive reading matter,
interspersed at various points throughout the book.
As a centre table book for the use of hotels, water
ing places, and large public boarding houses, and as
a work which may be consulted with advantage by
country merchants generally, we regard it as one
of the very best of its class.
We also take this opportunity of referring our
business men to the new UNITED STATES BUSINESS
DIRECTORY, now publishing in Boston, which is de
signed to comprise a complete list of all tliebusiness
firms, Professions, Insurance Companies, Ranks,
Ranking Houses, and manufacturing corporations
in the United States. Mr. John S. Irish, 33-1 Bal
timore street, is the agent for this valuable work
for the State of Maryland, by whom it will be fur
nished to subscribers.
FROM WASHINGTON.
{Correspondencenf the Arm Ynrl: Herald.]
October 10.—Despatches have been received at
tlie War Department of the Interior of New .Mexi
co, giving account of a fresh Indian war in the
Navajo country.
Captain McLean, of the Rifles, was returning from
Santa Fe to Fort Defiance with seventeen mounted
riflemen and a few friendly Indians and Mexicans
under Captain Bias Lnsscrn, when, within ttvodavs
march of Fort Defiance, he discovered a large bodv
of Indians attempting to surround him. lie forth
with dismounted tiis men and attacked tlie Indians,
who had signified by their war whoop their inten
tion of attacking his force. He led tlie attack, and
at a distance of three to four hundred yards fired,
killed several Indians and dispersed tlie rest. A
party of them, who gained McLean's Hank, opened
a sharp fire of arrows and bullets.
McLean was badly wounded, supposed at tlie time
mortally. His men continued the light, and took a
large amount of property, horses, Ac. It is sup
posed this is the band of 'lndians which protected
the murderer of Major Brooke's servant.
Col. Miles, commanding at Fort Defiance, reports
that this precipi:ates another serious Indian war,
and that he will take the field without delay with
alt his force, consisting of about three hundred
mounted riflemen and infantry. It is said these In
dian number about two thousand warriors. They
are defiant, for when McLean's party drew tlu ir
arms they laughed in their peculiar fashion.
It is believed we are on the eve of a general
Indian war. The department, in view nt these
circumstances and the necessity of giving security
to tlie overland routes, will act with determined
vigor.
[ Correspondence rf the New Ynrl- Tribune.]
Perez. Secretary to Jerez, special Plenipotentiary
from Nicaragua, arrived here yesterday. A grave
difficulty on tlie Nicaragua question supervenes.—
Jerez now denies having made anv stipulations as
conditions to his reception by our Government, and
refuses to perforin any pretended stipulations, lie
will probably be dismissed by General Cass, and
orders will very likely be given to take possession
of the Transit route by our naval force till such
time as the demands of this Government shall be
conceded by Nicaragua.
It turns out now that Douglas and Buchanan con
cluded a formal truce before the Little Giant's de
parture from Washington, and that Buchanan viola
ted one cf the articles of agreement, and so Douglas
pronounced at Chicago accordingly.
TWO WEEKS LATER FROM THE RIO
GRANDE.
By the arrival of the steamer Gen. Rusk at New
Orleans, from Brazos Santiago, we have the Browns
ville Flag, of the 29th nit., which furnishes the fol
lowing Mexican news. It appears that the expect
ed battle between the forces of Villain ri and those
of Miramon, had not taken place at last accounts.
Private letters have been received in this city
from Sim Luis Potosi to the 13th in.-t.. from which
it appears that there has been no lighting there as
vet. Vidaurvi had withdrawn his forces from San
Luis Potosi to the hacienda of La Parade, near the
city. It is said that .Miramon would not accept
Virtaurri's otter of battle, and tlie latter now wishes
to draw Miramon into the city of San Luis, where
his defeat would be inevitable". The greatest scar
city of provisions and forage is represented to pre
vail in tlie city, which is almost deserted by its
inhabitants, though the liberal army is receiving
supplies and reinforcements daily. Theyaro abund
antly supplied with all tlie appliances of war.
We have advices from a very reliable source
from the head-quarters of Gov. Garza, that the
troops being no longer needed before Tampico,
and having no enemy to encounter in tlie State,
800 men have been detailed for Vera Cruz, to be
placed at the orders of President Juarez, who was
forming an army and had one already quite form
idable. The cavalry forces from Tamaulipas had
been disbanded and arc to return to tlieir homes.
This will account for the rumor that (ten. Carbajal
was to retire from command. It is true that lie
contemplates doing so for tlie present, though from
no despondent feeling for the success of the cause
for which he has so nobly acted. There being no
longer a foe to meet in the field, he lias determined
to retire with a portion of the troops, and seek a
temporary respite in the bosom of his family.
The purser of the General Rusk reports that the
yellow fever was raging with great violence in
Mate moras and Brownsville, ten to fifteen persons
dying daily, and a large number of persons being
down with the disease.
The Brownsville Flay, of the 2fitli says:
The messenger of death has been busy in our de
voted city for the past two weeks. The fell destroy
er, the yellow fever, in its most malignant type, has
been with us and stricken down a large portion of
our people. Hardly a family has escaped the sum
mons of the sable-clad messenger. Among the wo
men and children has the disease been most fatal,
though it has swept off those of all ages. The re
port of the city sexton, made to the Council on the
evening of the 27th (Monday,) shows 53 interments
from the 13th to the 25th.
The Fluff reports 11 interments on the 26tli and
27th, and adds:
We understand that in Ramireno there have
beena few deaths, amongthcin 1). Jose Maria Vera.
The nialadv is still with us, but not as it lias been:
it now yields more readily to medical treatment.
The Now York EeangiJixt states that more than
I fifty new students have been received at the I'nion
I Theological Seminary in that city. At Andover
! the class entering this autumn is larger than for
several vears last past. It numbers over forty.—
The middle class numbers thirty-eight, and the se
nior class thirty-seven, with the expectation of ad
ditional increase. Princeton and the lending insti
tutions of the various denominations also report
largely increased classes.
The ease of Margaret Marshal! agl. The North
American Kerosene Gas Light Co. was concluded
in the New A ork Circuit Court on Fridav, after two
days' trial. The husband of the plnintitf was enga
ged in the factory, and one day the boiler exploded,
killing him instantly. His widow brought the ac
tion and claimed damages on the ground of negli
gence on the part of the company. A verdict of
$5,000 was given for the plaintiff.
The Board of Officers of the New York Fire De
partment have appointed a committee to receive
subscriptions to he paid for replacing the apparatus
destroyed at the Crystal l'alace. The box contain
ing SI,OOO of jewelry, belonging to Tiffany A Co.,
was found on Thursday morning by officer Malum
one end partly burnt eut. It was conveyed to the
Nineteenth ward station house and finally delivered
over to the owners.
CORN. —This article bids fair to command a very
high figure—engagements have been made for new
crops in the field at 623-i cents, cash, and some has
sold at 67 cents, to be taken awaybv the purchaser.
We predict that it will be at least 75 cents per bush
el in less than a month. This is attributable to the
general failure of this crop throughout the coun
try, taken in connection with the wheat failure.—
1 alley ( Va.) Democrat.
The Philadelphia Mercantile Library Association
found themselves constrained to discontinue the
Westminster Reticle immediately on the appearance
of an article headed, "Religious Weakness of Pro
testantism." The article was in the stvlc of Pierre
Leroux—treating Christianity as a tiling of the
past, and the Catholic church as its only represen
tative.
The following advertisement appears in the St.,
Louie Republican :
"ENGAGED. —Miss Anna Gould to John Caudal,
Citv Marshal, both of Leavenworth, K. T.
From this time henceforth and forever—until
Miss Anna Gould becomes a widow—all young gen
tlemen are requested to withdraw their particular
attentions."
A foreign paper says: The Olympian games,
after being discontinued for fourteen hundred
years, nre re-established at Athens, in the ancient
Stadium, by a decree of the Queen Regent of
Greece. The last of these games took place about
the year 410. The Olympian plain is now known
as Antilala, being opposite to the town of Lala.
LARGE TIMIIER CONTRACT. —The Lords of the Brit
ish Admiralty have contracted with a house in
Quebec for forty-live million feet of ship timber, of
which five million feet of live oak are included, to
be delivered within two years from next November,
at her Majesty's dock yards at Sherness, Woolwich
and Plymouth.
On Saturday last Hon. Jefferson Davis, Hon. Ed
ward Everett, the Mayor of Boston, several Alder
men, and a few invited guests, made an excursion
among the islands, and visited some of the places of
interest in Boston Harbor. The excursion was
complimentary to Senator Davis, who is a member
of the Committee on Harbors of the United States
Senate.
J ARTHUR HAS JUST INTRODUCED HIS MODEL
(FALL STTL* HATS for Gentlemen, a superior article for $3;
best quality $4. Drop in and see them, No. IW. Haiti
more street, adjoining the Bridge. sel4-lm
M A BR 1 E D,
On the 7U< instant, hv Rev Mr. Newell, JOHN K. ASlf-
BY to Miss I.AI'RA KENNEDY.
On the 30tl> ultimo, by Rev. r. R. Howard, BRUCE
-MALL to EA.VNiE.I. i'OWI.ER, daughter of IVin 11.
Fowler, Esq. •
At Roxbury. Mass.. on the 7tl instant, by Rev. Dr. Put
nam. T. MEI,VIDLE PRENTISS, of New York, to LIZZIE
\ ~ only daughter of the late William Taylor, of Boston.
I) I E D ,
On the 10th instant, CORNELIA REBECCA, infant
daughter of Ceo. T. and Rebecca J. Sheets, aged 14 months
and 20 days.
on the 9th instant, JOHN F. PECTIN, in tlie 38th year
of his age.
Suddenly, on the 9th instant, Col. NICHOLAS HCRKE,
in his 77th year.
On the 9th instant, Mrs. PAMELA HARRINGTON, in
tlie COth year of her age.
On the 10th instant, MARGARET, in the 29th year of
her age, wife of Joseph Simms, Jr.
At Elmwood, tlie residence <>f the Rev. Richard 11. Wa
ters, on the Bth instant. Mrs. MILCAH. relict of the late
James W. Dashiell, of Somerset county, in the 77th year
of her age.
At Galveston, Texas, Sept. 25th, DAVID McCLTRE
RI'TTER, aged 36years, son of Thomas IL Rutter. of this
city.
HEALTH < >KM<• F.. R.altiimuv OCTOBER 11th, 1858.
Report of Deaths in the city of Baltimore, for the week
ending Monday Morning,
Asthma 1 Inflammation of brain.... 4
Casualty 1 Inflammation of lungs.... 1
j Cholera Infantum 3jlnflammation of liver.... 1
Congestion of the lungs.. 1 Mania 1
! Consumption 9 Old age 3
Convulsions • Organic disease of Heart.. 3
! Croup 5 Palsy 1
j Dropsy 2Sinall-Pox 1
Droj syin the head 2 Teething 7
Dyspepsia 1 Tnkriown Adult 2
Dysentery. 1 {Unknown Infantile 10
Fever, billions •'• Whooping Cough 2
Fever, catarrhal 1
Fever, scarlet 14' Males 49
Fever, typhoid 3 Females 42
Gun shot wounds 1
Hemorrhage 1 Total 91
Inflammation of bowels.. 3;
Of which number 10 were colored persons—S free, and
2 slave.
Still-births. . f|Between 30 and 40 years... 5
I uder 1 year ];> 44 40and 50years... 4
Between 1 and 2 years 17 4 4 50and 60years... 4
2and 5 years....2o 4 - 60 and 70years... 3
" 5 and 10 years... 6 44 70 and 80years... 2
'* 10 and 15 years.. 4 44 80 and 90years... 1
" 15 and 20 years.. 3 44 90and 100 years.. 0
" 20 and 30 years.. 3 Above 100 years..... 0
By order J."\V. IIOUCK,
Commissioner of Health.
ITALIAN OPERA —SPECIAL NOTICE.
To day subscribers can obtain a few choice seats by ear
ly application at GEO. WILLIG, Jr's., Charles street,
FOR THE FOLK EVENINGS.
The box sheet for that purpose will be open at 9 o'clock.
SUBSCRIBERS' TICKETS $5.
Tlie box sheet for FRIDAY,
SOMNA MBULA,
will be opened at 12 o'clock, at the same place, when for
that evening seats can be secured,'sl.so each.
The box sheet each day will remain open until dark.
The box sheet for the season, as well as for Friday, will
continue open until Thursday evening.
No preference, however, will be given to subscribers af
ter 12 o'clock on Tuesday. MAX MARETZKK,
ocl2-lt Conductor.
CHINA, GLASS, Arc.—The great bargain store
is at 105 Baltimore street, two doors below Sun Building,
where they are selling Full White Stone Dinner Sots at
S2O; White French ditto at S3O; l-'ine Cut Goblets at $2.50
aiul $3, with a large assortment of Rich Gilt and orna
mented Dinner, Tea and Toilet sets: Blue India Chinai
Fine Cutlery and Plated Ware; Coal Oil Lamps, &c\, &cA
at the same very low prices. t
CHEAT SAVING IN GAS.
J. H. COOPER'S
PA TEXT LEVER G A .X' REG VI. A TOR.
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE MARYLAND
INSTITUTE.
Saves from 15 to 35 per cent, of Gas, ami prevents all
blowing ami flaring of tlie light.
JACKSON & CHANDLER,
Agents for the State of MarylanJ, and District of Colom
bia, at tlie office of Messrs. ORATTAN & EVANS, Gas
Fitters and Plumbers, No. 8 North street, Jarvis' Building
P. S. Certificates can be hail at the office. myß tf
THE BOYS' ORIGINAL. CLOTHING STORE,
Kept by MR. DENNIS, at 84Baltimore St., is the best
. place to buy CLOTHING for Boys' wear. His stock is
LARGE, bis assortment VARIED, and prices LOW.
j Call and see him. oc9-lm
COX Is now selling his Fall .Style of HATS
for Gentlemen. They are of the handsomest patterns, and
made of the best material. 100 Baltimore st., Xorth side,
one door above St. Paul st.
•FAS. W. (isi)PEss,
Xo. 92 MULBERRY STREET, NEAR EUTAW.
MRTAL ROOFIXG,
IIOHSE GUTTERS AXI) SPOUTING.
Also. REPAIRIXG AXD BUILDING HOT ATR FUR"
XACES, LATROBE STOVES. ocS diy
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 f Gay and Balti
more streets,where they have on hand a new and splendid
style of HATS lor the fall—not surpassed by any in the
city. Tlu ir $4.00 Hats are superior to any other that can
he had for the suae amount. They have als on ha id
Hats and Cap*, in every variety, to suit those who may
favor them with a call. oco-lra
COAL NOTICE.
A discount allow ed on orders for Coal that are pre-paid
J. HKXRY GIESE & CO.,
Xo. 9 South street.
The SAWED and SPLIT WOOD, for sale as usual ocG Ct
w AsiiiMi AND IROM.NI; is still done for fami
lies and individuals, at the Laundry, Xo. 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-d3ai
Das. HUNTER AND WILLIAMS, can he con
| suited at their office, 52>2 Xorth Charles street, from 9A.
M., till 5 P. M., by persons suffering from any affection of
the Throat and Lungs. 529-lm
BALTIMORE C'OAL COMPANY'S COAL.
For the convenience of those living at a distance from
our office, orders will be received on our account by the
j following parties, who are authorized to sell at the lowest
mine prices:
MOORE & EMORY —corner Howard and Madison sts.
X. H. JENNINGS & Co.—Xo S8 Xorth Charles st.
JOHN W. BARRY&CO. —cor. Baltimore and Pearl sts.
EDWIN EARECKSOX —cor. Baltimore and Caroline sts.
WM. H. READ —Xo. 93 Broadway.
| PENNISON & PRO. —Xo. 219 West Pratt st.
STANLEY & Co.—Xo. 31 Light st., cor. of Lombard.
JAMES M. LAMDIX —Xo. 1 Xorth street.
DOB BIX & WAR FIELD,
Sole Agents,
529 tf Xo. 36 Second eet.
COAL NOTICE,
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM Our Friends
and consumers of Coal generally, that we are receiving
and 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
i merely desire parties to give these Coals a trial, to con
' vince them f this fact; if taken at once we arc enabled to
| furnish them at a much lower price than later in the sea
son: 2,240 lbs. invariably given to the ton. We also keep
constantly on hand, Lyken\s Valley, Short Mountain and
j Cumberland COALS.
WASHBURX k HOUSE,
Office, 89 Lombard street, 2nd door,
au7 West of South st.
ROOFING ! ROOFING ! ! ROOFING !!!
Economy, Durability and Security.
Warren's Eire and Water Proof
FELT AND COMPOSITION ROOPING.
Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing
Purposes.
PERFECTLY FIRE PROOP,
PERFECTLY WATER PROOP,
UNEQUALLED FOR ECONOMY,
UNRIVALLED FOR DURABILITY,
ADAPTED TO EVERY CLIMATE,
For further information address or call on
JAS. 11. JOHNSON,
No. 2 Jarvis Building, cor. Xorth and
jy26 tf Baltimore streets, Baltimore.
AMBRO-DAGUF.RRHOTV PES, &C.
MR. MAR.3TERS, 147 Lexington street, near Howard
street, will furnish his patrons with pictures on glass, J
card board, plates or canvas; life size or in miniature from
nature, or copied in oil, French Pastell or water colors,
in a style of superior excellence. He has on hand a full
j 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
AT COUPLAND'S, NO. 40 BALTIMORE STREET.
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS HATS.
THE! THE!! REALLY NEW STYLE CABLE HAT! '
The Cable Hat is unsurpassed for its handsome style,
with all other Fall Styles of HATS that have been intro
-1 duced.
All kinds of Soft Hats and Caps.
Observe the name and number. ocß 2t*
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
AT 105 BALTIMORE STREET,
ITAVL BEEN GREATLY REDUCED IX PRICE.
We are now offering anew family machine at the
LOW PRICE OP FIFTY DOLLARS,
i R7"llemming guages of every width, binding guagesof
all sizes, are adjusted to our machines.
I&?~3end fur a copy of I. M. Singer & Co.'s Gazette.
ocl-tf W. E. BRODERICK, Agent.
SLOAT &. 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—
s7o— complete.
WEEDS 1 SHUTTLE SEWIXG MACHINE,
The best in use for every description of CLOTH and
LEATHER WORK, that requires a seam, making beauti
ful, strong stitch , both sides alike.
L. D. CHASE, Agent,
529 tf No. 99 Baltimore Street. j
GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS!
GIVEN AWAY.
GIVEN AWAY.
GIVEN AWAY.
GIVEN AWAY.
AT F.YANS & IIOYT'S,
AT EVANS & IIOYT'S
AT EVANS k IIOYT'S,
AT EVANS k 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.
ORNF.R OF FREDERICK.
CORNER OF FREDERICK.
CORNER OF FREDERICK.
s2oly CORNER OF FREDERICK.
GREAT BARGAINS IN CHINA, GLASS, Btc.
Citizens and strangers should go and examine the stock
at 105 Baltimore street, 2 doors below Sun Building, as
they will there find everything they may want in the
house furnishing way, and always at prices a little lower
than the lowest. oc7-tf
y
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, OCTOBER 12, 18-58.
f From the New York News. ]
NOTHING SINCE THR FOUNDATION OF THE
Cuv oiNfw YORK IIIG produ'-d the excit-nieiil among
alidade® that Prof. Wood- Haii ReJforativ<' lias done.
All classes from the gray ami bald-headed sire, and the >il
ver haired matron, down t-> the sprightly youth and beau
tiful maiden with her glossy ringlets, are crowding the
l>ejH)t at No. .'ll2 Broadway; the former to be permanently
restored, and the latter to possess themselves of lit at 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 in the country are con
stantly engaged in dealing wit tlie Restorative to their
customers, "and the cry is still they come."
CAUTION.—Beware of worthless imitations, as several
are already in the market, called by different names, t'se
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 floods Dealers in
the United States and Canadas, and by
JOHN C. GIVEN, Chinaman's Tea Store,
829 2w 37 and 39 Baltimore street.
G. K. QUAIL,
Will introduce Lis FALL STYLE OF GENTS' JUTS
THIS DAY.
IN SHAI'E 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.
By Also a fine selection of FANCY FURS for Ladies
and fancy CAPS for Children.
FASHIONABLE HAT EMPORIUM,
527 3m No. 238 West Pratt street.
NOURSE & COWAN,
M ERCHAXT TAILORS,
No. 1 NORTH CALVERT STREET,
827 Baltimore, Md.
A LITTLE BIT CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAP
EST. —Fancy, Plain ami 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. DOBSOX & COPS. 2 and
4 N. Charles street. s2O 3in
WHEELER & WILSON'S
SE ivrxG MA CHINE s.
NEW AND VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS.
DIAGRAM OF THE LOCK STITCH.
Tli is 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,
Alt E LIC AN' B UILDIXG,
sIC ly Baltimore, Md.
NEW AND SUPERIOR GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
GRIFFITH k MCCORMICK,
Successors to John A. Griffith,
No. 187 BALTIMORE STREET, AND 1# LIGHT SR.,
Have received a g-i era! assortment of
CLOTHS, ('ASSI M EKES AND VESTINGS,
Of both Foreign ami Domestic Manufacture, which they
are prepared to make to ord- r.
READY MADE IAHMENTS, of superior workmanship
and material always on hand. A call is respectfully so
licited. s2S eol in
DSJI.ANY &. HARRIS,
JI EKC H A NT TAILORS,
No 40 XOBTII HOWARD STREET,
Have a well selected slock of
French, Fnqlish and American
CLOTHS, CASS I MERES AM) VESTINGS,
FOR THE FAI.I. AND WINTER.
Gentlemen of fastidious taste are invited to call and ex
amine our goods, as we think we can please them.
sIS-tJanl
KINDLING WOOD! KINDLING WOOD!!
SAWED AND SIM.IT WOOD, OP ANT 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 1:11 all orders with
despatch for OAK or PINE 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.
By Office corner of Baltimore and North streets, over
Patriot Office.
fh-xz>REFORMATION IN OUR CITV
IkJ GOVERNMENT.—CITIZENS OF BALTIMORE: Our
j local election on Wednesday, the 13th inst., is not of
J a party character. The great questions are: Shall tin?
i prodigal expenditure.-* of the public money any longer
j continue? Shall taxes any longer increase'? Shall pro
pcrty holders, from this cause and the torch <f the incen
diary, any longer be dct'-rr-d from erecting buildings?—
Shall the want of employment and the low price for all
i kinds of labor any longer continue? Shall the majesty of
the law any longer le set at d-tiancc by lawless gangs of
youth, just budding into manhood? Shall dwellings any
longer continue to he robbed? Property stolen? Murders
committed with comparative impunity? Shall the want
of arrests and tf adnpitilr punishment any longer murk the
degeneracy and weakness of our City (iorernmen 4 ? The
first paper of this mouth ( Sun. neutral.) states a man was
assaulted in the streets and robbed of his watch. One was
shot in a fracas, and anothei knocked down and roh'oed in
' the street. No ARRESTS. The second, A hoy sent from a
store with a package, is kuoeked down in the street and
robbed. A building is set on lire. No arrests. And an
, attempt to shoot a police officer. The third states that fif
teen or twenty youths and young men make an attack,
without any provocation, upon some hackmi n. who are
taken by surprise—the skull of one is fractured by a slung
: shot, and two otheis badly wounded. One burglary. Xn
! arrists. So we read from day to day of revolting crimes
, and no arrests The impunity with which the laws
are violated renders our city the criminal's paradise. Our
present government has ever proven itself too feeble to
protect the ballot box, the great palladium of liberty. Our
! elections under its administration are a mere mockery.
' Shall we through supineness make them a by-word of re
' proacii throughout the Union ? The outrages in our midst
are rendered still more mournful by being mostly com
mitted by gangs of youth and young men, at a time revi
vals and mora! reformations are going on in other com
munities. greater than have ever before taken place since
the dawn of civilization. Is there a parent—is there
any one having the least respect for morality and cliris
tian virtue, who does not feel the neceessiy for ft great and
immetfiate reformation y After a trial of two years, our
City Government has proved totally incompetent to check
the onward progress of crime, it has squandered the
public funds, created invidious distinctions, and vi •n tged
the whole financial affairs of our public schools with reck
legs printignlity. Taxes have been enormously increased,
and all departments of industry depressed. History
! proves that all great reformers, have according to heavens
unerring law, wrestled in early life with adversi y. en
dured hardships and brayed tin* most imminent d.mgetl.
, Col. Jshutt, the people's candidate for Mayor, is not
brought forward as a polished scholar, —a brilliant orator,
or a suitable person to preside at princely enter
tainments. and to receive the elite in a drawing-room—
I a self made, hard working man. whose great natural
: powers of endurance have been developed, tested, and
strengthened in the discharge of duty, through a series of
sleepless nights, amid imminent peril. He is fearless of
danger, has an iron will, indomitable energy and unilinch
ing integrity. He has freely mingled with men in all tin
diversified callings of life. With naturally great intuitive
powers of mind, he has a profound knowledge of human
nature and the wants of society. He is entirety free from
cliques unit pirty trammels. With a heart glowiiig for
honorable distinction and usefulness, he will retain the
really efficient officers and scatter the worthless, the
winkers at the abettors of crime like chuff before the
driving wind. His entire tine . energies and thoughts will be
, devoted to official duties. He will put his own shoulder
to the wheel, and know by personal observation, the abili
ty ami the duty of each police officer. Like the leader of
' an army he will head his own own police force, and give
sleepless nights to breaking up lawless bands of rioters.
| thieves and robbers. So prominent are his varied qualifi
cations that the linger of Providence sceias to he clearly
( visible in pointing him out as the people's candidate.—
Fellow-citizens will you assist in consecrating the giant
! energies of our can lidate to the certain detertitvn and ade
quate punishment of violated law—to substituting for ran
cor and hatred, harmony and fraternal feeling. Will
' you invite the untiring exertions of your own hardy
noble son to labor in making his native city the
moral metropolis and the greatest commercial em
porium of our Union. By not making an attempt
to vote, your twit assent wilt be given to those
now in pttwer. Make one more effort to enjoy the free
man's dearest rights. If you are denied the privilege,
If ire the proof for the cause, of your defranch Ist ment re
! corded. Fail not to try to vote. 'Look to the honor of your
, city, the integrity of our social, political and religious in
| stitiilinns. Refrain from all that intoxicat-s either brain
or mind. Go firmly and mildly to the ballot-box. It is
mi disparagement to the pc pie's candidate that he has
been reared to hard labor, and is taken from the common
walks of life. Washington. Franklin, Jackson and Tav
lor once endured similar trials—taunts, jeers and libels.
Nature's noblemen are developed by gre.:t emergencies.
God. in his inscrutable wisdom has ordained tli it the un
tiring arm of industry, the philanthropic heart, and cease
less eye of vigilance, shall most command respect and ad
miration. The -pirits of the illustrious dead—the wistful
! ?A' es childhood are watchfully, anxiously looking to see
it in your bosoms burn the true spirit of freemen. Go to
i the polls uninfluenced by party, alive to merit. Sister
' States the friends of liberty the world over, and all suc
ceeding ages will applaud your deeds. In the hour of
death you can proudly look to heaven, having performed
■ a sacred duty for your children, your Country and your
I God. " "ff
fl-pAT A MEETING OF THE VOTERS
' 01 THE ELKV KXTH WARD, irivsptjctive of anv
party movement, ANDREW S. RIDGEI.EY was unani
mously nomiuated as a candidate t ) represent tiie Wan!
in the First Bruncli of the City Council, and DEC'ATl'lt
11. MILLER, for the Second Branch.
I he friends of the above named gentlemen are requested
to meet at the PEABODY HOUSE*, corner of St. Paul and
Centre streets, on TUESDAY EVENING, 12th inst.nt
7* o'clock. CAP aeO-St*
n-p>OFFICE OF THE BALTIMORE &
Dvj OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY, sth OCT.. ISSB
Notice is hereby given that a GENERAL MEETING OF
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THIS COMPANY uiil he held
at this office on MONDAY, the 15th day of November
next, being the third Monday in said month, between the
hours (jf ten and one o'clock, for the purpose of KI.EUT
-1 N't* T\\ ELI E" I '.RECTORS for the ensuing year. The
transfer hook will he closed from the 25th of October to
the 15th November, both days inclusive.
_oc9-tI(>X J. I. ATKINSON, Secretary.
fl-rANNUA i- M EETING.—The 12th An-
UvJ nual Meeting of the PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL
SOCIETY for the promotion of the Evangelical knowl
etlge, will take place in Emmanuel Church, Baltimore at
11 o'clock, on TUESDAY, October 12th. The members
and friends of the Society will meet for prayer in the same
place at 9 o'clock A. M. The annual sermon will he
preached at night at half past 7 o'clock, by the Rev. DR
"KDELL. ocll-2t
A-p LFt'Tl KF.S ON ENGLISH LIT
- F.RATI RE.—A Course of Lectures on "Engli-dt
Literature as Illustrated chielly by the Poets, from the
Earliest Period to that of the Commonwealth." will he de
livered for the BENEFIT of the CHURCH HOME \\D
INFIRMARY by the REV. A. CLEVELAND CONIC, at
the desire of numerous friends and patron* of the In
stitution. The entire proceeds of the Course u-iil Or. tie
voted to this purpose, without any abatement far expenses.
*.* Tiie Course will begin early in November, will con
tinue weekly on Thursday evenings, and will consist of
NINE LECTURES. Further particulars will soon he pub
lished. oil-cot f
n—<p>NlN ETEENTH AND TWENTIETH
UvJ WARDS—Mr. SAMUEL LEVY is recommended
to the voters of th<* above wartls to represent them in the
Second Branch of the City Council.
011-3t* ' MERIT.
o-p>NOTICE.—FAIR FOR THE BENE-
FIT OF THE BALTIMORE ORPHAN ASYLUM -
Tlie Ladies of the Adeipl.iad purpose holding a fair
about tlie middle of the month of Decemlier. This fair Tor
tlie benefit of tlie General Orphan Asylum was tlie first
everheld in Baltimore, and lias always' taken place, during
or prior to tlie holiday*, hut Tor tlie past few years, those
interested ill it have been so discouraged that it was
thought best by some to abandon it altogether, but another
attempt will be made, and this early announcement ap
pears that tiie managers of other fairs may make such ar
rangements as will not interfere with tlie success of this.
An earnest invitation is extended to aii who wish to lend
their aid. The names of such left at tlie Bible House, on
Fayette street, will l)e promptly supplied witli work.
oc9-3t
g&T&V, BALTIMORE RACES.
CENTRAL COURSE.
- will come off'on
TUESDAY, (Jetober 12th. 1858.
SECOND DAY—TUESDAY, October 12th.
Parse $500; three mile bents; P. ('. Bush enters ch. m.
Parachute, syears old, by imp Yorkshire: (lain Heraldv,
by Herald.
F. M. Hall enters 8. 8. One Eye Joe; aged, Prince
George's, out of Register's dam.
R. 11. Dickinson enters ch.h. Gov. Wickliffe, 4 years old,
by Glencoe; dam Motto, by Barefoot.
J Campbell enters ch. in. Laura Spillman, 6 years old,
by Wagner, dam Glovina.
oc!2 It CALVIN GREEN k CO.
HERRINGS. —.Just received another lot of
Susquehanna Roe Herrings, put up in half bbls.,
expressly for family use. HENRY GREEN MAY A Co.,
No. 48 S Calvert st. nd 2 tf
COD AND HAKE FISH.—I(I drumsG.
B. Codfish; 10 drums large Hakefish: landing per b;uk
Daniel Webster, for sale by J. F. MILLER & CO., 79 Bow
ly'g wharf. ocl2 lw
African TORTOISE s H F. ll.—a
small lot in store. For sale by it. If. ATWELL.4 CO.,
68 South street. Rowly's wharf. oc'l2-tf
Buy YOUR CARPETS AT HYDF.'S;
BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S;
BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S;
BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S;
IIIY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S;
m Y YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S;
BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S;
BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S;
BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S;
BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S;
BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S;
BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S;
OYER 500 PIECES VELVET, BRUSSELS, THREE PLY,
AND INGRAIN CARPETING!
Received Tin- WEEK from the Great Auction Sale., in Bos
ton, New York. Philadelphia and Baltimore, and will be i
sold at prices STILL LO WER T/LAX E VER.
WE KIEL SEEL THE
R K A I, KNG L I S H
VELVET CARPETING at sll2*, worth $1 75;
VELVET CARPETING at $1 12*, worth $1 75;
VELVET CARPETING at $1 12*, worth $175;
VELVET CARPETING at ?1 12*, worth $1 75; !
Y EI.YET CARPETING at SI 12*, worth $1 75;
VELVET CARPETING at SI 12*, worth $1 75;
VELVET CARPETING at $1 12*, worth $1 75; I
VEI,VET CARPETING at $1 12*, wortli SI 75; .
VELVET CARPETING at $1 12*, worth $1 75;
A' KI.VET CARPETING at $1 12*, worth $1 75;
VELVET CARPETING at $1 12*, worth $1 75;
VELVET CARPETING at $1 12*, worth $1 75;
WE WILL SELL
TDK VERY BEST
\ KLVKT CARPETING at .>sl 25, worth A2;
VELVET CARPETING at *1 25, worth $2;
V !•: i. VFT CARP FT IX G at 1 25, worth $2;
VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2;
VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2;
VELVET CARPETING at 1 25. worth $2;
VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2;
VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2;
\ KLVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2;
VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2;
VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth f2;
VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2;
WE WILL SELL
GOOD
BRUSSELS CARPETING at 50 cents, worth $1;
BRUSSELS CARPETING at 50 cents, worth $1;
I.RI SSELS CARPETING at 50 cents, worth $1;
BRUSSELS CARPETING at 50 cents, worth $1; j
BRI SSELS CARPETING at 50cents, worth $1; j
BRI SSELS CARPETING at 50 cents, worth £1;
WE WII.L SELL
TII E RE A L EXGL IS H
BRUSSELS CARPETING ats7# cen's, worth $1 50;
BRI SSELS CARPETING at cents, worth £1 50;
BRI SSELS CARPETING atß7j£ cents, worth $1 50;
BRI SSELS CARPETING atß7j£ cents, worth $1 50;
BRI SSELS CARPETING at cents, worth $1 5(:
BRI SSELS CARPETING at 87 cents, worth $1 50.
BR! SSELS CARPETING at 87 cents, worth $1 50;
;Rl SSELS CARPETING at 87j£ cents, worth $1 50, '
BRI SSELS CARPETING atß7js cents, worth $1 50; |
BRI SSELS CARPETING at cents, worth $1 50;
BRUSSELS CARPETING at 87£ cents, worth $1 50;
BRI SSELS CARPETING at 87j$ cents, wortli $1 50; •
WK WILL SELL
s P L E X I) 1 I)
THREE PLY CARPETING at 87cents, worth $1 25: i
LI I RLE PI.Y CARPETING at cents, worth $1 25:
1 HEEL PLY CARPETING at 87% cents, worth $1 25;
I.HREE PLY CARPETING at 87X cents, worth £1 25;
liiEKE PL\ CARPETING at S7J$ cents, worth $1 25,
lIIREE PLY CAEPEIING at cents, worth $1 25;
A l 'M- 1 ' ' '"X < ARRETING at 87cents, worth Si 25;
111.*EE PLY < ARl'i-.IING at 87% cents, worth SI 25;
Ml REE PLY CARPETING at S7j£ cents, worth SI 25;
!! I!*; ]t \ \ CARPETIN G at 87cents, worth SI 25;
THREE Pi \ < ARRETING at 87cents, worth $1 25;
lIIRLE PLY ('ARRETING at 87jj cents, worth $1 25,
WE WII.L SELL
ALL WOOL
I Nil R A IN c A RPKTIXG at 44 cents, worth 75;
INGRAIN CARPETING at 44 cents, worth 75;
1 N GRAIN CAR PET ING at 44 cents, worth 75;
1 No RAIN CARPETING at 44 cents, worth 75;
IN'RA IN ('A RPETING at 44 cents, worth 75;
IN' • R A I \ c \ KPKTI NG at 44 cents, worth 75;
INGRAIN C \EPETING at 44 cents, worth 75;
1 N( RAI X C A RPKTIXG at 44 < ents, worth 75;
INGRAJX ' A RPLTJNG at 44 cents, worth 75;
INGRAIN CARPETING at 44 cents, worth 75;
1 M RAIN CARPETING at 44 cents, worth 75;
IX(• RAIN CARPETING at 44 cents, worth 75;
\ ard wide List C A It PET 28 cents, worth 38...
>IAIE( ARRETING from 10cents to $1 a yard.
1,000 Brussels RUGS 62j£ cents, worth $1 50.
I,<OU Brussels HASSOCKS 50 c- nts, worth $1
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS^
FLOOR OIL CLoTIIS,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
Ten thousand dollars' worth FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, from
2 to 24 feet wide, and at just about half price.
DRY' GOODS,
DRY GOODS,
DRY' GOODS,
DRY GOODS,
DRY GOODS.
DRY' GOODS,
DRY GOODS,
DRY' GOODS,
DRY* GOODS,
DRY GOODS,
DRY GOODS.
DRY' GOODS,
DRY' GOODS,
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS' WORTH OF
DRY GOODS,
At prices lower than they can he found in the city.
i*i• • • Omnibuses ;ill pass the GREAT UNITED
STATES DRY GOODS AND CARPET STORE,
H c*\Ve can show every article advertised.
VSA "Our Great I . S. Express takes goods to all parts of
theeity Free of Charge.
15y We have nearly 50 hands constantly employed in
cutting, lilting and making Carpets, and therefore can
have Carpets made and oil Cloths put pown at the
1 Shortest Xutice.
kj < <>l NTKY MERCHANTS wishing tosave 25 per
cent will please call down before purchasing.
it /'THE GREAT UNITED STATES DRY GOODS AND
( A RPE I STORK is right on the northeast corner of
BROAD MAY A\l>
E. ISTERX A \ EXI E, Fell's Point.
OCI2 T,M,S 3c S. N HYPE:
DUU( ;< IISTS A RTK 'LES OF A 1.1. THE
various styles, made of liard and Soft Rubber,
Syringes. Breast Pumps. Pessaries, Nursing Bottles. Sur
geon Bandage, Elastic Stockings, Teething Kings, Nipples
and Nipple Sl.ields. Also Machine Belting, Packing and
llose, n-hicli we will sell at New York prices.
K. M I'UXDKKSOX k CO.,
°('l2 tf No. 209 Baltimore street.
DYE WOODS, DYE STUFFS] DRY
S ARTERIES.
3,000 bbls. chipped and ground DY'E WOODS;
20 casks Madder, free from sand;
1(H) " Bleaching Powders, high test;
lot) 44 Soda Ash 44 • 44
2(R) casks and bids. GLUE. Irish and American.
Acids, all kinds, Blond. Cochineal,
Alum, lump and ground, j Lac Dye,
Bark. Pot and Pearl Ashes,
Bi. ('nun. Pot Ash, Pruss. Pot Ash,
Blue \ itrol, Pumice Stone,
Borax. Paris White,
China Clay, Roll Brimstone,
Copperas, R.-d Tartar,
Cream Tartar, Red Lead.
Cudbear, • Sugar of Load,
Cutch, Sicily Sumac,
Emery, Sal Soda.
Extract I.cgwt od, S md Crucibles,
Gum Shellac, 'Terra Japonica,
Indigo Caraccas, Verdigris,
44 Bengal, t Whiting, Ac., Ac.,
For sale by R. j. BAKER,
oc!2 1m 36 Sou tli Charles street.
CIOFFINS. (/OFFINS.
> HAYS k MOUSE,
CARVERS AMI M A\TF ACTURERS OF
COMPOSITION ORN AMEN TS.
No. 41 CLAY STREET, NEAR PARK.
BALTIMORE.
Having commenced the manufacture of COFFINS, they
offer to the Trade. Wholesale and Retail, a complete as
sortment of MAHOGANY AND WALNUT COFFINS, '
made of the best seasoned in Aerials, and of the most ap
proved patterns. These Coffins being made so as to be j
TAKEN APA RT, offer great inducements to the Country
Trade, as they can be shipped at small expense, and to the
city trade, as they will occupy but small space, and in case
of five can he sired without esjtosure.
For sale LOW. For terms, apply as above. oc!2-ly
4 LL TilK SAFES
V. AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE FIRE
BI'RXED UP
EXCEPT LILLIK'S.
LILLIE TRIUMPH A NT—A GREAT TEST.—The fire at
tin Crystal Palace, New York, furnished a test of Safes
than which none more thorough could have been desired.
Those who were on the ground say that it was the hottest |
burning they ever saw. The wares of the Safe Manufac 1
turers were in an exposed situation. Lewis Lillie, of Troy. !
Stearns Marvin, of New Y'ork, and others were among
the exhibitors. On overhauling the ruins Stearns k Mar
vin's Safes were found burnt out: and others weie com 1
plete wrecks. Lll.l.lE'S AI.ONF. W ERE UNIN'J L'RKD, except
in the "frying" of the paint upon the inside doors. The
Institute could not have arranged a better trial, had a •
special arrangement been made for the purpose, nor could
Mr. Lillie possibly have secured a greater triumph for his
remarkable invention. Troy Safes now take the 1 ad. —
Daily Times.
CRYSTAL PALACE CONFLAGRATION.—Among the greatest
sufferers by the destruction of this edifice are Messrs.
Stearns & Marvin, Sheet Iron Safe Manufacturers; also,
one or two others. About $5,000 worth of these Safes
were destroyed. LILLJE'S Chilled Iron Burglar Proof
Safe was the only Safe unharmed.— Troy Whig.
LILLIE'S SAFES were uninjured by the tire, except
burning of paint. All other Safes were destroyed.— Troy
The above is a positive proof that I.ILLIF.'S SAFES are
the ONLY RELIABLE o\KS in GREAT FIRES. They are also
perfect security against BURGLARS.
An assortment on hand and for sale at the Agency. 192
Baltimore street.
ocl2-fcf C. S. WILLETT.
W/TIISKEV, BRANDY, EXPRESS
? WAGON AND HORSE. TO COYER ADVANCE.—
I will s-.-il without reserve, on THURSDAY MoRX'ING
14ih in-E int. at 111 o'clock, at my store, No. 84 Baltimore
street, to cover advance and charges, all the following
. articles, viz:
25bids, old Rye WHISKEY.
3 do. Fine BRANDY.
31 gallons of very super old Cognac BRANDY, cost $4.10
per gallon.
4 dozen super BAY BUM.
72 bottles (Md Bye WHISKEY, in bottles, &c.
Fine Brown HORSE, 16 hands high, well
M calculated for heavy work.
1 nearly r.ew Express Wagon and Harness.
ALSO
1 heavy 18 carot Gold Lever Watch.
1 do. is 44 Fob Chains, &c.
Sale positive. Terms cash,
SAM'L H. GOVKR. Auctioneer,
ocll ts No. 84 Bltimorestreet.
1 1 THIS IS TO iil\ EN( )TICE that the sub
* scriber has obtained from the Orphans* Court of
Baltimore city, letters of administration on the per
i scmal estate of GEORGE W. W. HOLLAND,
i late of the said city, deceased. All persons having
claims against said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit
the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on
or before the Ist day of May, 1559; they may otherwise by
law. be excluded from all benefit of said estate.
Given under my hand this 11 tli dar of October. 1858.
RICHARD J. GITTIXGS,
ocl2-law4w Administrator, 33 St. Paul street. !
100 HX s - PRIME LEGHORN CITRON.
1 v i\J 20 ('asks Currants, prime /ante.
20 hags S. S. Almonds. I
10 44 Palm Nuts.
10 44 Walnuts,
For sale low by JAMES SLOAN.
" ,- U2tf No 91 Lombard street.
MUMM'S (CHAMPAGNE Veraenaf.
Cabinet and Royal Rose, in pints and quarts, for sale 1
by GEO. HoLLIXS, 14 N*. Charles st. ocl2 tf
1 J received, and for sale by JAMES SI.HAN, No. 91
| Immbardstreet. ocl2-tf I
PRUNES. —20 CASES, for sale low, l>y
JAMES SLOAN, X'o. 91 Lombard street. ocl2-tf j
I FAMILY HERRINGS.—SO bbls. Susquf-'
. banna Family Roe Herrings, for sale by J. F. MIL
LER \ CO., ?;♦ Botrly's wharf. ocl2-lw ;
rjIHE CtrPAHTNI'.USJIIP FORMER-:
I I.Y existing between F. QUITZOW and J. McMUL-
I.EN, is tltis day dissolved. Tlie business will be carried
on hv F. QUITZOW.
Baltimore, Oct. 11th, 1858. ocll-tf j
i\TOAH WALKER & co.,
CLOTHIERS.
WASHINGTON BUILDINGS,
BALTIMORE STREET,
ocll-tfr Between Light antl Calvert streets.
GIF.O. YV. ARNOLD'S
I" DOMESTIC BREAD,
Xn. 118 WEST FAYETTE STREET.
AGENTS WANTED! AGENTS WANTED!!
Having dissolved all connection with the Mechanica
Bakery. I am now prepared to furnish for the trade from
Ito 5.000 loaves of bread per day. au4-eotf i
1& R O 1J in N S & CO.,
HjmM PROPRIETORS OP
ffSV* THE BALTIMORE STOVE WORKS,
A.TD MAMPACTI'RERS Of
GOLD'S AUTOMATIC STEAM HEATER.
ALSO,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
COOKING, PARLOR, and HALL STOVES,
Ship's Cambooses, Ranges, Grates, Tin, Sheet Iron, and;
Hollow Ware, and all articles in the Stove Business.
Kepairing done at the shortest notice, and upon the best
terms.
WAREHOUSE—Nos. 46 and 48 LIGHT STREET,
s3O tf S. W, corner of Balderston street.
r PREASURY DEPARTMENT,
X COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE.
Mr. THOMAS D. JOHNSTON, Agent of the following
Insurance Companies,-has duly complied with the LAW
relating to the "AGENCIES OK FOREIGN CORPORA
TIONS," passed March 8,1558.
W. H. PURXELL, Comptroller.
MARINE INSUHANCE.
THE MERCANTILE MUTUAL.
MARINE.
INSURANCE COMPANY,
NEW Y'ORK,
EI.LWOOD WALTER, President.
Assets January 1,1858,
NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
Scrip and Cash Dividend
i TWENTY-EIGHT AND ONE HALF PER CENT.
OPEN AND SPECIAL POLICIES
ISSUED ON' THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS.
PREMIUMS LIBERALLY CREDITED.
THOS. D. JOHNSTON,
70 SEt'O.VD STIIEET.
SECURITY EIRE.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $200,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BT
THUS. D JOHNSTON,
PHEfJIX FIRE.
I INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $280,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
j TIIOS. D. JOHNSTON,
ETEVJ WOHX.3 FIRE.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $234,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
THUS. D. JOHNSTON,
RESOLUTE FIRE.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
| CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $240,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
THOS. D. JOHNSTON,
■AXiSE&IARXiILTXRIFI.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA.
CASH CAPITAL AXO SURPLUS, SIBB,OOO.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
THOS. 1). JOHNSTON,
LYNCHBURG.
INSURANCE CO. OF VA.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SIBI,OOO.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
THOS. I>. JOHNSTON,
INSTJHASTCx! COItXPAItfV
OF
THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $354,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
THOS. I). JOHNSTON,
The stock of the above Companies ranges from 30 to 60
per cent, above par, and they pay annual dividends of 16
to 20 per cent.
Their assets are invested in the most reliable find a vail a
ble securities, and are ample for any emergency which
could arise under the sagacious jurisdiction which controls
! their operations.
JOHNSTON'S iftSURANOE ROOMS,
73 SECOND STREET.
! OC9-T,TH&Btfr
| PURCHASERS
OF DRY GOODS
j Are invited to examine the large and splendid assort
; ment of
FOREIGN DRY GOODS,
i carefully selected by one of the firm in the manufacturing
| districts of Europe, NOW OPEN n 2nd and 3d Hours of
199, 201 & 203 BALTIMORE STREET,
which in variety, style of Goods and low prices will coin
1 pare favorably with any establishment in the United
j States.
' I OUR RETAIL STOCK
(FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT,)
: presents a magnificent stock in every department of the
; trade.
s3O-tr HAMILTON EASTER k CO.
QHARLES D. DkFORD & CO.,
TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND IMPORTERS OF
HAVANA CIGARS AXD LEAF TOBACCO,
No. 37 SOUTH GAY STREET,
B.\ LTIMORE.
MA XUFACT U R E D TOR A CCO.
, 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
' Tobacco.
f HAVANA CIGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO.
j Our arrangements for supplies of Cigars and Leaf To
i 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.
p AMERICAN LEAF TOBACCO.
We have always on hand Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Con
' : necticut, Ohio, and other kinds, suitable for home trad
and exportation; also,
| SNUFFS, SMOKING AND FINE CUT CHEWING
TOR A CCO,
PIPES AND TOBACCO KNIVES,
j.vlO tf LIQUORICE. TONQUA BEANS, Ac.
;; QUIRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS!
MADE TO ORDER
FOR
For $1 50
and $1.75.
AT
11AVMO N D ' S
3f> WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
! EQUAL TO ANY MADE ELSEWHERE
j For S'J.OO
anil §2,50,
j A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED !
A great variety of
VXDEII SIIIRTS
AND
DRA I VERS,
Adapted to the fall trade.
BOYS' SHIRTS,
Of all sizes.
TIES,
SCARFS,
GLOVES,
IIDKFS,
&c., &c.,
of new styles,
Embracing
every article
usually kept
in a
first class
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS STORE,
ALL AT
s2l 3mr VERY LOW PRICES.
OFFICE OF THE
MARYLAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB,
D. B. TRIMBLE.
au2S-tf jjOO Baltimore street.
DEAN, ADAMS AND DEAN J*. COLTS
REVOLVERS, small size.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
PURDY'S, LANCASTER'S And DEAN,
Adams 4 it Dean's Gl XS, imported to order, by
D. B. TRIMBLE,
| an3o-tf 200 Baltimore street.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL
DUCK GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
THE CELEBRATED Carroll Island Din k
X GUN, by Westly Richards.
I). B. TRIMBLE,
au2B tf 200 Baltimore street.
DOUBLE BARRELL BIRD GUNS— By
Richards, Man ton, Greener, Moore, and all English
makers; for sale by 1). B. TRIMBLE,
:u '2 s tt 200 Baltimore street.
BOYS' SINGLE AND DOUBLE BAR
RELL BIRD GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2S-tf 200 Baltimore street
Tj^BENCH BREECH-LOADING SHOT
I A GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
| au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
TTU'HRY ARTICLE IN THE SPOUTING
J JLI.NF. to he had at
THE SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE,
I>. 11. TRIMBLE,
au2B tf 2ho Baltimore street.
DECOY DUCKS, at Manufacturers' prices
D. B. TRIMBLE.
au2B-tf 2(10 Baltimore street.
CARPETING S,
CARPKTIXCS.
FALL STOCK
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WALSH A COXRADT,
ocl dlmr Xn. 1 X'. Gay St.
VELVET,
TAPESTRY AND BRUSSELS CARPETINGS,
j Purchased expressly for this market.
WALSH A rONRADT,
j ocl-dlmr No. IN. Gay at.
gUPEII AND FINE INGRAINS,
TWILLED AND PLAIN VENETIAN
CARPETIXGS.
A large stock on hand that will he closed out
AT PRICES TO PLEASE.
WALSH k CON It A I)T,
ocl-dlmr X'o. 1 X. Gay st.
I QIL CLOTHS,
VELVET RUGS'AND MATS,
DRUG GE TS. CO CO A MA TTIX G, Ac., Ac. , j
Which will be sold as LOW as any in the city.
WALSH & CONRADT,
ocl-dlmr No. 1 XL (.'ay st.
\ LL Wool. iIEPTiS.
A CRIMSON.
.MAROON.
GREEN,
BLUE,
and DRAB,
WILLIAM HOLLAND,
0c..-3m X'o. 72 N.otii lioo-ard st., Baltimore.
'F KEI.LV A SON.
X . MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 3 LIUEKTV STREET,
Have received a full assortment of the newest
STYLES OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE
FOR TIIE
FALL AXD WIXTF.R SF.ASOX.
and respectfully solicit a call from their customers and
others.
WTo cash purchasers a liberal deduction will be made
82(8-3m r
JOSEPH E. WILLSON,
PAPER HANGINGS,
AND
WIXDOW SHADE MANUFACTURER,
No. 109 X. HOWARD STREET.
Between MuUjcrry and Saratoga,
BALTIMORE, j
Plain, Buff and White
LIXEX WIXDOW SHADES
made and put up to order
ire the neatest manner.
Alii kinds of
PAPER II ANG IN G
done by careful workmen in the very best style,
ocl dly and at tlie lowest prices FOR CASH.
a J. S. McCLELLAN,
FASHIONABLE HATTER,
No. 343 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR KBTA-W
Manufacturer and Dealer in
HATS, CAPS. CHILDREN'S FANCY GOODS, T'MRREL
LAS, and all goods usually kept in a first-class i
*8 3mr Retail Hat Store.
Mutation.
HH. BRUNING,
. TEAUHEB OF THE
3F.KMAX, FRENCH AND SPANISH LANGUAGES,
Can be seen at tlie
COMMERCIAL AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE,
No." Franklin street, from 1 to7.!s P. M , or at No. 139
Lexington street, one door East of Howard. 524 eo.'im
RUGBY INSTITUTE. —THIS ■ A SELECT
Boailing School for boys and young gentlemen, sit
uated at Mount Washington, six miles from Baltimore. 011
the N. Centra! Railroad. The number is limited to twen
ty two The next session (of five months) will commence
011 the FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER. For circulars,
&c., address E.ARNOLD, I.LD.
ocfi-enlni Mount Washington. Baltimore Co., Md.
MOUNT WASHINGTON COLLEGE
FOR YOUNG LADIES.—The WINTER SESSION
begins November 3d, 155.8. Tlie course of instruction ;n
the usual hranches is full and thorough, being under the
direction of an efficient Faculty of able and experienced
Teachers. Every necessary appliance required for Female
education is at the command of the Institution. Parents
who desire a thorough education for their daughters, with
the comforts and advantages of the Christian family, are
' invited to examine the School.
For terms of admission and further information, A lress
Rev. CEO. LEWIS STALKY. Principal, Mount Washing
ton, Baltimore Co., Maryland., or Rev. Dr. 11KINER. Sec
ond si.. Baltimore. Catalogues can be had atCUSniXGS
It BAILEY'S, Baltimore st. S!5-ly
UALL OF ST. JOHN,
AO. 271 MADISOX AVENUE.
(SECOND DOOR ABOVE HOFFMAN ST.)
RECTOR:
BENJAMIN B. ORIS WOLD, A. M.
This is a Protestant Episcopal School for a limited nnm
' her of H0,,.*. French Classes under M. PES POMMIERS.
Boys received from 10 to 14 years of age, and retained
until carried to any degree of advancement desired. The
School re-opens on MONDAY. September 6th.
Circulars at Mr. WATERS' BOOK STORE, and at the
I Episcopal reading room. AU7 dtf
I npHE COLLEGE OF si. JAMES,
5 MARYLAND.— The next ANNUAL SESSION begins
! on WEDNESDAY, September 29; h. Punctual attendance
I on that day is requested. Applicants can enter any class
in the Preparatory School, or in the College, for which
| upon examination they are four. D (JU.'.lifted. COMMER
! DIAL STUDIES pursued by those whose parents desire it.
Ample accommodations are provided for one hundred and
twenty pupils.
1 Terms — Two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) for the
! session, payable semi-annually in advance, covering all
expenses of Tuition and Boarding. For admission apply
! to the Rev. Dr. KEItFOOT, Rector, College St. .lames
Postoffice. Maryland. jyS tf
(Wants.
TTSTANTED.—A well secured Ground
r ▼ Rent of about $2,500: apid.v to
sll tf P. H. SULLIVAN, No. 24 Second st.
I\/A:\TEI) TO BUNT.—A small Dwell
▼ ▼ ing within ten minutes walk of South and Balti
more streets, rent not to exceed $l5O. Address IN
QUIRER, office of Daily Exchange. jj'26-tf
tjHjjj VV ANTED.-—A comfortable throe-story
jjj; DWELLING, with passage and hack -building, in the
! Western part of the city, but East of Fremont st. —
Rent not more than SOSO. Please address A. (I. at this of*
i EE * S7 tf
17* OR SALE—For a term of years, a Ne
_ gro Girl, as a house servant; apply at thisoffice.
* j ocs-eo4t
.N, M|.;|{( HANTS' BANK,
BALTIMORE, October 7th, 1858.—DIVIDEND.— A
1 ! semi-annual Dividend of FOUR PER CENT., has this day
I been declared, payable on and after the 13tli instant. The
Bank pays the State tax. JAMES MoTT,
I ocß-4t Cashier.
LOOKING GLASSES!
LOOKING GLASSES!!
LOOKING GLASSES!
LOOKING GLASS, ! PICTURE FRAME,
CONSOLE, CORNICE,
BRACKET, TRIPOD, AND
PIER TABLE MANUFACTURER.
I'iroToanArmc ovals
• of all sizes, patterns and styles, at tbe lowest cash price
\VM. McGREW,
No. '24 X. Liberty street,
. J Baltimore, Md
i Importer of French and German PLATE GLASS and
French and English ENGRAVINGS.
T The attention of the Public is called to the style of work
i exhibited at this establishment, oniy equaled in New York
. ■ and unsurpassed in this city,
i ALL ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY IYILI. RECEIVE PROMP
I ATTENTION. jy2S dtf
DR. Fn P. MOROXG,
SINCE HIS RETURN FROM EUROPE,
Molest an exclusive sjwcinlh/ of the treatm'-ul of
DISEASES OP THE EYE AND EAR.
MEL)!' 'A I. /, V A \l) SUE<II <'AL L V.
OFFICE, 71 N. CIIARI.ES ST.,
j 524 tf Baltimore, Md.
■ OKI,LING OM
L 3 SELL I.Yd OFF!
\ I A large stock of
CABINET FURNITURE,
AT greatly reduced prices, at
WM . P . SPENC E R * S
, Whole si* and Retail
furxitcre wake munis,
1 No?. 32 and 34 SOUTH UALY EI IT STREET.
TO reduce stock the undersigned oilers great induce
ments to purchasers of
FASHIONABLE OR LOW PRICED
FURNITUR E.
CHAIRS AND MATRF.SSES.
City and country dealers will find it greatly to their ad
vantage to examin • our stock and prices.
■ Call soon and get bargains at
32 and 34 S. CALVERT ST.,
821 tNlr WM. P. SPENCER.
SAMSON CARISS & CO.,
C A RVK U S & GILDERS.
Manufacture LOOKINGCLASS and PICTURE FRAMES,
and GILT WORK in every variety, and are dealers in, and
manufacturer's agents for PLATE GLASS, for Store and
House windows, LOOKING-GLASS PLATES, PLATED
WARE. TABLE CPTTLERY, FORKS, SPOONS, Ac.,
with a groat variety of ENGRAVINGS, PAINTINGS, and
WORKS OF ART, generally.
an 13 3M 140 BALTIMORE ST
1 AUGHLIN'S "
|J GENTLEMEN'S FASIIIONALE
BOOT, SHOE A \*D
a A rTF R E S T.l II LJSTfM E N T.
Having just received a fresh lot of French work, (in
i chiding MFLIES' manufacture. ) a direct importation. I
can guarantee tu my customers entire satisfaction in any
of the articles enumerated below:
Glazed Opera Boots, -if 3 <\*ilf-. V 'kiti Boots,
Glazed Elastic Gaiter u p Cork Sole Boots,
Glazed Button Gaiter " | 1 Elastic Calf Gaiter Boots,
Glazed Molier Shots, |S £ CORK Sole Gaiters,
Glazed Vilie Shoes, = - Molier Calf Shoes,
Glazed Pump Shoos, P ~ Kid-top High Louis.
Also, on hand of my own manufacture, GUBLE SOI.E
BOOTS, DOUBLE SOLE GAITERS, DOUBLE SOI.E
WALKING SHOES..KC., Ac. These articles are all made
up during (lie summer months so that at the present time
they are well seasoned and warranted inferior to none in
1 the market THOMAS LAUGHLIN, No. 2 St. Paul St.,
opp. tiie Bank of Baltimore. sltMSm
|4 CARD.
A- BIG. LOUIS STEFAXOXI,(Brother of the celebrated
| Prima Donna Sig'A Stefanoni, of tbe Italian Opera. New
\ ork and Havana: Pupil of the Royal Conservatory in
Turin, and Pupil of the Great Rossini while at Bologna.)
begs leave to offer his services to the Ladies and Gentle
men of Baltimore as INSTRUCTOR OF VOCAL Ml SIC,
( MoHre.de Chant,) according to the latest and most np
proved European style. To those who will favor him with
their patronage he can guarantee rapid progress if they
will dilligcntly apply themselves t his instruction. —
Those who desire HIS servie -s will please leave their ad
dress at either of the Music Stores.
Reference,:
Mrs. G. Dulany, ]> R . Cohen, J. F. Petri.
S2O-COLM&2TR
BOGUS, COTTMA.N & <•<>.,
Nos. 44 and 46 LOMBARD STREET,
OPPOSITE PUDLIC STOKES,
BALTIMORE.
IMPORTERS OF
WINKS, BRANDIES, DIN, S KG* A US, Ac. .
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN*
DOM KST lOLIQUOItS. U O R I) I A LS, Ac.
Cognac K Bochelle Brandies. Old Rye Whiskey, of differ.
Pale aud Dark. ent qualities
Holland Gin. German Tonic Bitters.
Jamaica A Santa Cruz Rum. Peach, j
' Scotch and Irish Whiskey. Blurry,
Madeira, Sherry. Port Lis- Lavender, !,,
boil, Malaga, Champagne, Uaspb-rry, F BRAND,ES
and Claret Wines. 'Blackberry, |
Havana .N Principe Sugars. Ginger, j
jy29-tf Cordials, various qualities.
X' KVV YORK STKAM
H SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT,
OFFICE 142 LEXINGTON STIIF.ET, 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 .f
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, ale now ready to thi.rouyhly cleanse every de
; scription of ladies' gentlemen's and children's wearing
I apparel, whether £ 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 b UCL'T so to do. PAR
ticular iittcntiou paid to CAMEL'S HAIR, WHITE. CRAPE,
. and other SHAWLS, LACE CURTAINS, SILK DEE. SES, EM
| naoiDEP.IKS. MKRINOKS. KID GLOVES, &*.
| SPOTS OF GREASE. !L, PAI NT. ICE CUE \M,
: or of any other nature taken out, if without
| cleansing the whole garment. Gciitlom -n's garments will
he prepared by A regular tailor, thus insuring a proper
finish. Bel4-(frpr
RI STYLF. or HATS FOR
°"' S - We are now selling 11.C Full Style of Hat for
Gentlemen's wear, tn which WE invit -the attention
| of our friends and the public, aud we assure them that
they cannot he surpassed F-.r
I GOUTY OF STYLE AND FINISH
j by any that may he offered in this City.
I Also, a large assortment of the most fashionable Soft
I Felt Hats and Caps for Gentlemen's and Youth's wear
' . , SAMUEL HINDUS & SDN,
J No. ICO North Gay street, third door from Bridge, West
1 BIDE - seplS liar
; -AH JOHN H. WALKER,
: .. XO. 487 W. BALTIMORE ST.,
UL-A '- Wishes to inform the puhlic that he is prepared to
I furnish all kinds of STOVES at the shortest notice, as
, cheap as can be bought in the city. Also. HOUSE
PLUMBING and Joh Work in general, and most respect
| fully asks for a continuation of public patronage.
I oc2 ltnr
PRESERVING JARS—FOR ERESIJ
OR SUGARED FRUIT. Ate.,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
ARTHUR'S Self Sealing, Glass, Tin and Earthen; an old
I and reliable article.
POTTER & BOD IN E'S Airtight Glass; new, good ami
1 cheap.
SANDWICH JARS, ground glass stoppers, air-tight
| cheap and excellent.
! BENNETT'S Yellow, Earth'-n, air-tight.
' TOMATOE and Preserving Stone Jars, with corks
PICKLE JARS, Glass and Stone.
The very Iwst assortment of the above goods ever
1 fered in this city (with minute printed directions eratis
AT PARR'S CHINA HALL,
2 r, tfr 211 naUim °re'street,
! ' near Charts
( J ARRETING.
V_Y GREAT REDUCTION IN PP.ICFS
J O II X T U R N B U L J.",
242 BALTIMORE ST.,
n FOT.II'V": I |'J J :, ~IROCT FR " M TL,E ' ,RI,LCI P !LI Manufacturers
England, .ILL tlieir new and choice patterns of
VELVET, BRUSSELS,
Axn
. . TAp F.STRY C'.I KI'KTIXGS,
\\ Inch for beauty of design and brilliant eeioring surpass
everything in that line heretofore imported.
Also, a large and beautiful assoitment of
| 3-PLY, SUPERFINE, INGRAIN AND
VENETIAN CARPFTS
DRUGGETS, RUGS, GABTAIA
DOOR MATS, &c
OILCLOTHS,
Of superior quality and rich designs, entirely new.
\\ e are oOering great inducements to purchasers and
. solicit a call at 242 BALTIMORE STREET, '
fr2mr JOHN TURNBULL.
I\/J EKKILL, THOMAS & CO..
v 4m ,'I R . E ." MV "PEN'UB, t their NEW WAREHOUSE,
No. Al9 l.altn ore stre.-t, near Charles, a beautiful assort
! mentof GUNS. PISTOLS, GUN MATKRI AI! I" la"lv
, arrived per steamer at New York, rendering their stock
one or the largest and best selected in the countrv, to
wlitch they respectfully invite the attention of the trade
OCO-tf
(" M>RNS, BT IN IONS, NAILS I'ENETUA
J TING THE FLESH, extracted without pain, so tha
tne boot can he worn immediately without the least iucon
ventence, by DR. PATXTF.R,
. n , „ Surgeon, Chiropodist,
I J y9lv Office No. 2i x. Calvert street.
JNO. (JAVNOR,
p ROVISION DEALER,
I 48 SOUTH STREET.
! Constantly for sale Bacon, Hams, Sides, Shoulders,
Lard, Mess Pork, Ac. SO 14 DM 1
/ IARKOLL HALL.
VV "MIDSUMMER MGUT'S DREAM.
MRS. MACREADY,
The only person in tlie world, who has succeeded IN so
doing, will give the Recitation of the entire of Shake
speare's Great Comedy of
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM,
On THURSDAY EVENING. Oct. 14th, 1858.
I On which occasion Mrs. Macready will appear in the
personification of twenty-six different characters.
Tickets fifty cents. oc!l-t014
||OLLIi)AY STREET THEATRE.
POSITIVELY OXLY FOUR NIGHTS.
The Great Havanese
ITALIA X OK ERA COMPANY\
1 (On their way to theTacony Theatre, Havana) now per
forming with very great success at the Academy of Music
New York, in
LA SOMXAMBULA,
IL TROVATORK,
LA TKAVIATA.
The Fourth Opera will he announced hereafter.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY. TUESDAY,
OCTOBER 15, 10, 18 and 19.
Senora PEPITA GASSIER.
Sigu'A BEBTUUUA MARATZEK.
Miss ADELAIDE PHILLIPS
Signor STEFFANI,
Signor SBRIGLIA,
Signor MACAFF.RRI,
Signor GASSIER,
Signor CESARE NANT,
Siguori ARDAYAM, GARIBOLDI,
and GASPAROXI,
i With the Grand Orchestra and f'horus from the Academy
of Music. New York.
Conductors —MAX MARETZKK,
A NGELO TOKRIA NI.
ADMISSION:
j Parquette, Dress Circle and Boxes SI.OO
! Secured Scats 50 cents extra
I Galleries cents
| Private Boxes ?10
A subscription will be opened for the WHOLE F(>l It
NIGHTS, on Monday, October 11th, and parties whodesiie
to secure seats for the whole series of performances may
have them secured at FIVE DOLLARS A PLACE.
The sale of Tickets will begin on TUESDAY, October
; 12th.
The Box Sheet for the subscribers to the four evenings
will be opened at GEORGE WILLIG, JR'S , Charles street,
i at the date above mentioned.
; This Company will also appear in Opera at the Theatre
Washington. D. Oc7 111
IJOLUDA Y "STREET THEATRE.
I KVNKE L& CO l essees
JOHN T. FORI) Manager
On TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 12tli, 1858,
Will be performed
PAUL PRY.
! Paul Pry W. Pavidgc
' Eliza Mrs. .1. 11. Stoddart
To conclude with
THE DREAM AT SEA.
Trevanion N C. Forrester
1 Anne Trevanion Mrs. J. 11. Stoddart
PRICES OF ADMISSION :
Dress Circle and Parquette 50 cents.
' Family Circle 25
I Colored Boxes 37X 44
Colored Gallery 25 44
No extra charge for reserved seats. Doors open at 7
•J o clock — to commence at 7 o'clock.
: SELECT DANCING ACADEMY,
. 1 Y'% Mr. and Madame MARINI, late of New York, will
• F* A eonuiience their Select Classes in Dancing, at \> U-H •
, /'niversify Hull, No. 14 Lexington street, on MONDAY,
October 11th, at o'clock P. M.
The Lessons will comprise all the latest and most fash-
J ionahle DANCES.
Applications received and Circulars containing refer
; encesand all particulars obtained at the hall as above, be
ween tic HOIIRRF of three and five o'clock P.M. OCB IM*
Agricultural.
MILNOR & CURTIS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AM) DEALERS IX
■ GUAXOS. FIELD SEEDS, Cc.,
No. 93 LOMBARD STREET,
J , Baltimore.
Liberal advances made on consignment. on* tf
I RIIO PIJRL'HASi.iis or
: A PERUVIAN GUANO.
We still have for sale PERUVIAN GUANO, of the MOST
' recent and direct importation into this market, and in
spected by Mr. Pitts, State Inspector, and are the ON LY
HOUSE who have had such Guano for sale during the en
, tire present season.
The opening of the new agency of the Peruvian govern
ment in this city, obviating the necessity of procuring
Hipplk-s from New York, enables us to inform farmers
and dealers that we will continue to furnish the same MI
pot ior article, the demand for which has exceeded all
others this season, of latest importation and inspection, at
reduced prices, in quantities <>r one to one thousand tons.
P. MA LCDM FC CO.,
Grain and Guano Warehouse, Wood street.
<"7tf Bowly's wharf.
PERUVIAN GUANO.—The entire cargo
of THE ship "Ocean Pearl," just landed, being tne
strongest in ammonia, and the be.-t in quality and condi
tion of any cargo offered in this market during the present
season; for sale by P. MALCOM K CD ,
oc7-tf s Wood st., Bowly'A wharf.
GUANO".— No", i PERUVIAN AND
CA LI FOUNT AN. anil A. A. BLIOWX MEXICAN, for
I sal.-. X. K BERRY,
S4 tf No. <3 Pratt (tract.
n EESE'S
JUL "MANIPULATED GUANO,"
ANALYSIS.
Ammonia. 8 per cent.
Pliospate of I.ime, 45 to 50 per cent.
Water, 6 per cent.
In perfectly pulverized condition.
CALIFORNIA GUANO.
ANALYSIS.
Ammonia, 10 per cent,
j Phosphate of Lime, 23 per cent.
\ Water, 28 percent.
' By comparing the above analysis, the superiority of
REESE'S **MAXIPULATED*' will be apparent, both in
reference to the relative quantity of WATER and phosphates
For sale—The above articles. Also, PERUVIAN
GUANO. JOHN S. REESE & CO.,
No. 77 South street,
an 23 Over Corn Exchange.
ill AJNO! GUANO!
IT I'EItUVIAX. CALIFORXIA, COLUMBIAN,
WHITE MENU' VX anil "AX" BROWN
MEXICAN GUANOES,
All of tiif hcit qualities. AUO. BONE DUST. RERNI-.-'s
SUL'EK PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and I.ther 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.
ROMULUS R. GRIFFITH,
; GUANO AND PHOSPHATE OF LIME AGENCY.
No. Exchange Place, up stairs, offer for sale, GI'ANOS,
PHOSPHATE OF LIME, GROUND BONES, and other
fertilizing manures. aul6-2m*
4 ( UA.XO ! GUANO ! tons -llrowo
; vJ.Mexiean' 7 GUANO, analysing 65 per cent bone phos
phate of lime, for sale by WM. F. MURDOCH,
AN26 5 O'Donnell's wharf.
W 1
DR. BAAKEE
TREATS ALL DISEASES FREE OF CHARGE.
Dr. BAAKEE will also give special attention to the FI.L
lowing cases: Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Croup, Inftu
enza. Asthma, Bronchitis, and all other diseases of tbe
Throat and Lungs, LIE will devote particular attention to
the treatment of all skin diseases — Lumbago, Scrofula,
Rheumatism, (acute and chronic,) Neuralgia, Paralv.-i-,
Epilepsy. Dyspepsia. Piles, aud all derangements .F t! .•
Stomach, Liver and Bowels; and also to all chronic Fem::H*
diseases. Special 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 At
titicial Eyes, an Tympanums.or Ear Drums, suitable for
either sex and all ages — inserted in five minutes.
DR. BAAKEE has made a new discovery of a Fluid that
will produce perfect absorption of the Cataract, and R store
perfect vision to he Eye without the use of the knife. Dr.
Baakee can produce one thousand certificates of his perfec t
success in curing Cancer, old Sores or Ulcers, Fistula.
Swellings or Tumors of every description, and without TIN'
use of the knife. Special arrangements must be made with
Dr. Baakee FOR the treatment of the last named diseases, AS
they will require bis constant advice and attention.
DR. BAAKEE is one of the most skillful and celebrated
Surgeons and Physicians now living. His fame is know it
J personally in nearly every principal city in the world.
All letters directed to Dr. Baake.-, (enclosing one dollar.)
1 from any distance, correctly staling the nature of the dis-
I e;use, shall be promptly answered, and a package of ne .I
! 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 STH.
opposite Monument Square. Baltimore. Md. oes tfr
WATCIIKS. JEWELRY, AND SLL.
W . 11 . I. AIIMO VI! .
NO. 10 I.iglit St., nppo>ite ILIO Fountain Hotel I.i-lit t.,
INI it'-s til.- UTH-ntiou of puvcliasi T'.. to HI-; N, W .J' LI
GOLD nnd Sll.\ ER CABES, and warrant. D npiinilid UHM
KI'I'IIORS. Also, a choice stock of ITCM-LI ami American
J I.U 1.1.HV. of the latest patterns: St. rliiijr PIN e,- ami
Alll.ta Ware of every variety of st\le; Hold and St 11
! speetaeles; Eye Gitiss; C'loeits; I.iquer Stands; Fain I
Goods. Ac., at low prices. Watches and Jewelry repain'd
in T!,■ ■I, T manner. \,eli TTV
OALTi.ViOIJI-; KIRK INSL'KAM'K CO
(ESTABLISHED IT'WARDS OF HALF A
I CENT! RY.)
XE IF UL ILDIXG,
S. W CORNER "! SOUTH AND WATER STREETS.
This Company INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DA M
AGE HV FIRE, in tlie city or country, on the various de
scriptions of property.
BOAKD OF DIRECTORS.
J. I. COHEN, JR., President
R.A.TAYLOR, WM.GILMOR,
W. G. IIARRISOX, J. PENMNOTO
S. T. TitoMt'Sox, JOSHUA I. COHEN,
GEO. R. \ HIKERS, FRANCIS T KINO,
B W - Y-RI('KS, HENRY CARROLL,
S. O. .IOFFMAN, R. S. STEUART
W U ! 'O-' W "-SON, WU. LL. BBCKB.
W. R. \\ OBTHINOTON,
FR22-eotfr. FUED'K WOODWORTH. Secretary
OLDEST ESTABLISHED STAND
IN THE CITY
ANDREW E. WARNER,
No. 10 N. GAY STREBT,
yAXCFACTI REK OF
SIL\ F.R WAHK AND FINF. G(L1) JEWELRY,
_ T _ AND DEALER IX
SILV ER PLATED WAKF.,
. AND FANCY ARTICLES GEN ER ILI Y,
; lias in store :I beautiful ASSORTMENT f New St\ B < and
Patterns of Rich Jewelry and Silver Ware suitable for
presents, embracing a great variety ef SOT and Plain Gold
BROOCHES; Mosaic, Carlmnkle, Coral, Pearl. Lava,
Cameo, Etruscan, Ac., EAR RINGS; BRACELETS; FIN
GER RINGS, set with Diamond. Ruby. Emerald, P, -,
Opal, &C : Ladies' GOLD CHAINS; Vest and GRURAL
Chains; Miniature LOCK ETS; Gold Thimbles; Cuff R
tons and Pins; Signet. Chased and Plain Gold Rings, p. I.
cils and Pens; Sleeve BUTTONS and STUDS; Gold !
Jet Crosses; Jet Bracelets. Pins and Ear Rings HAIR
JEWELRY of beautiful designs. AC
Also a complete assortment of Best Quality Heavv sil
ver Plated TEA SETTS, Waiters, Ice Pitchers,Yak
-1 Baskets. Fruit. Butter and Salt Stands, Castors. Candle
I Sticks, lVarl Handle Dessert Knives, SPOOXS. I "iks,
Ladles, FANCY ARTICLES, Arc., which will be 's.dd U
! the most reasonable terms. TF
PtItKMX STKA.Vi M.VKLIKK WOKKS.
ESTABLISHED IS2O
CORNER SHARP AND GERM AN STREETS
PersiHts ownitii: family lota in puhlic n-im t> " !" V
| vate burial ciounds, tire respectfully invit,A t" ,H
purclia>ii:j; lu i-c, and examine the stock of
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEADSTONES,
I Of the LN-st American mid ITNLBM LU.-N L'l'- ;I
nnd fur ST.IE at the above estaMi<h:eiit. 1
which is lai-jre, oiuinaees uriyin.il J'J , 7.,.aut it'UL nni-U)'
selections from tlie most appi',,piia | V''''., ||| H; STA xi'ES
structures in modern Use XI-U- ' , THER AUN uts
GARDEN VASES. EDUNT LIN-; "•' ( .J AVE I„ts, „o
appropriate for Gardens, Dwellint > *
stantly on hand. _ INPRSS, Proprietor,
ALEXANDER (.API
G KUCKKV mvffiSs rEIUMMIS '
, co "
J JW G EAVKRT STREET,
BALTIMORE.
. r.H- AIU-n A Newlles' SUP. PHOSPHATE
Sol.; Agents f" r * 2 tr WM D THOMPSON, Jr.
OL 'LV PAPKHS FOR SALE,
„ n NEWSPAPERS FDR SALE AT 26 CENTS
pjrMKP - I', 'V ot OH. Ofltr,. p2O T'
FOR SALE.—One supeno
PT A NO—very little usrd Apply at No
FL" J |H \] Y 84 A isquith STREET MN R
AT NO. 42 North Calvert street, cotuforia
tile Rooms and Board can ho had for married or single
ere M l. MARTIN GOLDSBOROUGH,
j aulO-tf Agent for keepers.

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