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(Sundays except. *!); price i* payable to the carn al twelve and a half wo" city, at SIX DOLLAR* ers; mailed tosubsenn * j gi.Y edition is mailed to sub- ! per annum . ThelK > per annum. TERMS—inva ■cribers at UK K tun- QgnCE OF PUBLICATION—North- ' riably cash inadvance- iVorLll st reetß, Baltimore. East corner of Bali ti j, Q Tu£ DAILY EXCHANGE, Letters to be addres*- Baltiinor . M:tryl;-'- ' BALTIMORE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1858. i To-day will decide the question—a very mo-1 mentous one, in our judgment—whether Mr. ; SWANS or Col. SHUTT shall be MAYOR of Baltimore I for the next two years. We should be blind, j however, to the experience of the two years that have just ended, were \vc to flatter ourselves that the result will be a full or fair expression of the popular will. We sincerely trust it may be, but "elections" have grown to be so sad a mockery among us, and the verdict of the ballot-box has become at best, of late, so shameful a fraud and falsehood, that there is but little to be hoped, we arc afraid, fiom a contest, where all the advan tages are upon one side, and their unscrupulous abuse, so far as practicable, is a matter of absolute certainty. Nevertheless—we have said before, and we repeat it now, emphatically and earnestly—the effort to change the aspect and destiny of our municipal affairs should not be allowed to fail through the apathy of any good citizen, who honestly desires to see a reform of existing abuses. It is the imperative and conscientious duty of every voter, who condemns Mr. SWANN'S admin istration, to testify, by bis ballot, against it. "Silent contempt" may be a very comfortable, but it is not a practical or a manly method of punish ing those who deserve it. The only way to correct, a bad government is to put a better one in its place. Those who abuse and prostitute power will be quite willing to encounter public indignation for ever, so long as it confines itself to being mere ly indignant. To be effective —to assert its power and make itself felt—public opinion must vote vole boldly, honestly, and with resolution—against the candidates whom it desires to mark with its reprobation and for the candidates whom it desires to see chosen in their places. There will conse quently rest a heavy responsibility upon those of the people of Baltimore, who, by neglecling to deposit their ballots, may fix upon this community, for the coming term, the incompetent and faithless dynasty, which is now drawing towards its natural close. The success of Mr. SWANS —no matter how attained—no matter by what violation of public duty, or overthrow of individual rights—will he trumpeted as an "endorsement" and a victory. It will go forth as a false representation of the true sentiments of our people, and will ndd to the dis grace which wc are already suffering, from past abuses, the humiliation of having publicly ac quiesced in them. Animated, therefore, by none of that partisanship, which might perhaps have influenced or been ascribed to us, bad Colonel SncTT been the candidate of our own choice or recommendation—but believing nevertheless that lie is a fairer, better, truer man than his opponent believing firmly that his suc cess will promote the interests and welfare of this community—that he deserves public support, and will show, if elected, that he deserves it—we feel it an important duty to press upon those of our fellow-citizens who desire a change, to give him the aid of their suffrages. We will not say— for we cannot say truly—that the issue which his nomination tenders to. Mr. SWAXX, is the issue which we desired to sec tendered, and which might and ought to, tinder other and better auspices, liave been tendered to that gentleman. We will not say that the "verdict" upon that issue is the one by which we will be prepared to abide in every event, ns pronouncing the judg ment of this community upon Mr. SWAXX and his administration. But it is still an issue in which we believe that the best interests of tiie City—its peace and honor—the safety of life and property— the enjoyment of public franchise and private right—are on the side of Col. SHUTT, and it is because of this conviction that we wish him a safe deliverance in the contest. "We still continue to obtain occasional glimpses of the progress making in England towards the abrogation of that constant source of commercial irritation and annoyance, the Hanoverian STARK dues. Whatever may be the nature of the griev ance of which JOHN BI LL complains, whether it be one of great magnitude or of trifling importance, it must be confessed, that he approaches it slowly and deliberates upon it gravely. He still clings pertinaciously to Routine and Red tape, in all cases and under all circumstances, and he appears to be of the opinion, that no conclusions can be legitimately reached, unless they have been first subjected to the prescribed formulas. If it is sometimes good to move with caution and cir cumsjiection, there are occasions when this ex cessive solicitude to follow precedent operates in juriously. As a pecuniary exaction, the STARE tolls have never been seriously oppressive, but the regulations adopted by the Hanoverian govern ment to ensure a faithful collection of the impost are exceedingly vexatious aud troublesome. It is surprising, therefore, that commercial nations should have consented for so long a period to sub mit to a toll which Hanover has no right whatever to exact, and which, if the payment was refused ) that government would hardly dare to take any steps to enforce. A select committee of the English House of Commons was appointed some six months ago for the express purpose of investigating the origin of the STADE dues. The report of that Com mittee has recently been published, and may be said to cover tlie whole ground of controversy. From the New York Times we gather, that Pro fessors WURM and ZACTIAIU.E, both of whom are eminent German publicists, in their examination before the Committee, gave an elaborate history of the STADE dues, which went to show conclu sively, that "the government of Hanover has no "legal claim to them, the grant of the Emperor "CONRAD 11. to the Archbishop of Hamburg and "Bremen, ouly conferring the right to levy tolls in "the market of STADE, for the puvpose of rebuild ing the Cathedral of Bremen, which had been "destroyed by the Normans." This was eight hundred years ago. At what date the simple market toll of 1-1G per cent, was converted into a river toll imposing a duty of from J to 2 per cent, on all leading articles of commerce, we are not in formed. We only know (hat for a long period this species of black mail, for it is nothing better, was collected by Denmark and Sweden, whoi above n century and a half ago, transferred to Hanover those rights which they themselves neve r really possessed. The legality of this tax has frequent ly been called in question, and its "arbitrary shifting "and vexatious character" as frequently exposed. It is, therefore, recommended by the the Commit tee, that "notice should he given to Hanover to "terminate the treaty of 1844"—a proceeding which would be tantamount to a refusal to submit any longer to the payment of the Elbe toll. The German papers also state, that, from the refusal of Hanover to reduce the duties imposed on all vessels navigating the Elbe, the respective govern ments ol Austria, Prussia, and Saxony, have de termined to have the question adjudicated by the German Diet. Hanover is, therefore, beset on all sides, and must eventually be forced to give way. So far as respects the importation of goods into Hamburg sea-ward, the STADE dues have not been exacted since the year 1855; the duties now levied being onl v based upon the tonnage of vessels, and not, as formerlv, upon merchandise, also. The onlv question thereforewlnchst.il remains unadjusted', is whether Hanover has a right to impose any charge what ever on vessels navigating the Lower Elbe. A correspondent of the State Department at Hambur" Btates that the European Congress of 1815, de dined to discuss the STADE dues, for the reason that the Lower Elbe was, strictly speaking, an arm of the sea, and the tolls collected at STADE or Brunshausen were sea tolls, which were presumed to be levied for the purpose of defraying the ex penses of light-houses, buoys, and pilotage, and for maintaining generally the safe navigation of the Elbe. It has been, therefore, contended that as neither Hanover, who owns the territory on the left bank of the Elbe, n „ r Denmark, to whom the right bank belongs, "have ever contributed "one dollar towards the improvement of the navi gation of the Lower Elbe; the whole cost and "burthen of all such improvements being borne by "Hamburg, the claim of Hanover to levy a tax "upon vessels trading with Hamburg, rests upon "the same foundation as the Danish Sound dues "or the old Tripolitan tribute did formerly, and is "equally illegal and unjust." Such, ai io , 'appeuis to be the opinion of the English Parliamentary Committee, to whom the consideration of this subject Was recently referred. Such, too, we have no doubt, is the view that is taken of this question by our own government. The chief objection, however, is not to the tax itself, nor even to the petty vexations to which mariners have been subjected in its collection, but to the more impor tant principle that underlies the tax—to the asser tion of a prerogative, which if conceded to Hanover, must be conceded to other Powers who may be disposed to place restrictions upon commerce. It applies with equal force to the navigation of the Amazon and the Plata; to our intercourse with China and Japan, and with the islands of the Indian Archipelago, where the Dutch assert an exclusive claitn to jurisdiction, which the govern ment of the T SITED STATES has peremptorily re fined to recognise. AMUSEMENTS. LEUTBKCIUSB'S CONCERT. —The concert given on Monday night at Carroll liall by the celebrated "llaltimore Scxtett Association" was well attend ed, and the performance on that occasion more than justified all the praise that has been heretofore bestowed upon AHKENII and MAHK and their skil ful associates. We never remember having attend ed a musical entertainment which seemed more thoroughly to delight an audience; and it is proper to add, that, in this instance, we observed among the attentive listeners many of the most accom plished amateurs of our city. The programme com prised a rich and varied selection from the music of several of the great composers. Without attempting a critique upon the respective pieces, we must be permitted to express the peculiar pleasure afforded us by the Swiss Melody of SKRVAIS, SO exquisitely played by Prof. AMUENO upon the Violoncello, and the Overture to William Tell, which was per formed in full orchestra with the most brilliant effect. We learn that the members of this associa tion are about to visit Washington city, where they give their first concert to-morrow evening. We commend them, most earnestly, to the lovers of good music in that city, where we are quite sure their merits will be appreciated. ITALIAN* OPERA. —Much interest is already mani fested in musical circles, in regard to the Operas about to be performed at the Ilolliday Street Thea tre. The sale of tickets has been unusually spirit ed and there is no doubt whatever that the house will be filled every night. Those therefore, who desire to obtain seats should do so at once. Mas. MACREADY. —This lady is advertised to read again at Carroll Hall to-morrow evening, for which occasion she has selected the difficult play of "Mid summer Night's Dream." She will impersonate twenty-six different characters. THE STADE DUES. A blue-book just printed contains, with one liun- ! dred and sixty pages of evidence and statistical j matter, the following resolutions, adopted bv the \ select committee appointed to inquire into the origin of the claim of the Government of Hanover to levy the Stade tolls, to consider in what degree they are detrimental to the commerce of the United Kingdom, and the effect of giving notice to determine the treaty under which this country has assented to the payment of such tolls for a lim ited period. 1. That the foundation of the claim of Hanover to levy the Stade toll was a Denmark in 1717, A. D., and a further treaty with Sweden in 1719, by which whatever right these countries possessed was transferred to the Elector of Hano ver. 2. That the proportion of Stade toll to freight in British ships from Hull to Hamburg is, at the present time, on a bale of spun silk, 115 per cent.; on a bale of cotton goods, 142 per cent.; and on j a halo of woolen yarn, 3G per cent. That the average annual amount of Stade tolls levied on cargoes, under the British flag, has risen £3 10s. per one hundred tons British in 1817, to £4 (is. 4d. in 1855. 3. That the increase on British tonnage entering the port of Hamburg has been 102 per cent, since 1849, while the increase on Hamburg tonnage has been 248 per cent, since 1849, and the foreign ton nage, exclusive of British and Hamburg, entering ' the port of Hamburg, has, during the same period) ) increased 99 per cent. 4. That the Stade toll is injurious to the trade and shipping of the United Kingdom. 5. That tlie tax is specially prejudicial to thepart of produce and trade which has to compete in for- 1 eign markets with similar articles not subject to the tax, and this is felt sensibly in the coal trade, and 1 particularly in the export of the less valuable de- ) seriptions of coal. 0. That goods, the property of Hamburg citizens, and carried in Hamburg ships, are exempt from the i Stade toll, and British ship? arc thereby exposed to an unfair competition. 7. 1 hat the general trade to Hamburg, notwith- ' standing the discouragement occasioned by the ) tax has more than doubled within the last ten . years. 8. That the trade to Hamburg, which is free from Stade toll, has risen in a still more striking ratio; that of Bremen, the Elsfleth toll on the Weser having ceased, and that of Stettin (the Sound Dues having been abolished.) have also in creased in a very large proportion. 9. That the Stade toll differs from the Sound ! Dues, inasmuch as the Sound Dues were a tax I charged not only upon articles of export, but also ! on articles of general use imported into the United i Kingdom; but the Stade toll is levied on exports 1 from, and not on imports into, the United King dom. 10. That it does not appear that any service I whatever is rendered by Hanover in return for the tax levied upon the commerce of Great Britain. 11- Tlmt if the treaty of 1844, by which the United Kingdom is bound for a limited period to I assent to the payment of the Stade toll, were de termined by notice pursuant to the terms thereof, but little injury or inconvenience would arise to the trade of this country. 12. That is expedient that notice should be given to terminate the treaty of 1844 with Han over. TIIK BANKS OF FRANCE AND ENGLAND.— The bullion in the Bank of France now stands at about $120,- 000,000 —a far. higher sum than was ever before field by that establishment, and more tlian $9,000,000 in excess of the largest total ever collected in the Bank of England. At the commencement of the present year the Bank of France held less than $50,000,000, and the influx in nine months has there fore been $70,000,000. At the Bank of England the total at the begin ning of the year was $52,500,000, and it is now more than $95,000,000. The highest sum it ever possessed wasslll,ooo,ooo in July, 1852. At pre sent everything seems to indicate that during next year, if not earlier, this point, will be exceeded. The total number of students in all the depart ments of Harvard University is 730. There arc 10 resident graduates, 23 divinity students, 70 scien tific students, (exclusive of the resident graduates and members of the other professional schools, who attend the scientific lectures,) 107 medical, and 111 laws, tudents. The under graduates number 409. There are 92 seniors, 114 juniors, 94 sophomores, and 109 trcshmen. Maryland sends 12 students. MAURI ED, At Islip, Long Island, on the 6th instant, by Rev. Hen r V A. Davis, J. 11. LEA, of New Orleans, to Mrs. M. R. PI NCAN, daughter of the late Dennis A. Smith, of this city. At MoorefleUl, Va., on the 6th instant. SAMUEL T. j TUCKER, of llarford county, Md., to CATHARIN E EL LEN, second daughter of Mr. Isaac G. Mask, of this city. - * 1) 1 E 1) , I At Washington. DC, on the 10th instant, MARY JOSE ! RHINE, infant daughter of Paulus and Parthenia Tliyson. [Chicago and Cincinnati papers please copy.] j On the 11th instant, JOHN ZIMMERMAN, Sr., in the 72d year of his age. I On the 11th instant, MARK HORGAN, in the 28th year i of his age. On the 11th instant. GEORGE Vl*. WATERS, eldest son of George and Isala-1 Waters, aged 8 ytars, 2 months and 25 days. j On the 10th instant, CI.ARRAETTA, aged 3 years and 6 months, daughter of L. I), and Margaretta Wright. On the 9th instant, EDWARD S., only son of Daniel j and Catherine Harvey, aged 2 years, 5 months and 22 days. I On the 9th instant, KITTY S., second daughter of Jos. I S and Lucretia L. D. German, aged 1 vear, 2 months and 13 days. On the Bth instant, HARVEY ROSS, youngest son of A. M. and Martha Davis, aged 7 months. On the 6th instant, near Bristol, Anne Arundel county, CHARLES Al Gl STI S DL'RY, aged 25 years, 4 months, o weeks and 1 day. MATHERS & I RUN, No. 224 BALTIMORE STREET, North side, three doors East of Charles, Have received a large asssortment of the newest styles of CLOTHS, CASBIMERES, AND V E 811 so s ; adapted to the season. They solicit tlie attention of their friends and the public. A liberal deduction to cash purchasers. ocl3 2M MARYLAND INSTITUTE FAIR. Visitors will please take notice of the difference in light produced by the CARCEL GAS BURNERS in the several apartments of the Institute, in comparison with those in common use. PICTURE GALLERY, 32 BURNERS; MAIN HALL, OVER JEWELRY AND SILVER WAKE STANDS, 5 BURNERS. Depot for this celebrated Burner, No. 60 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, M. VENNARD. Certificates can be seen by calling as above. ocl3-tf ITALIAN OPERA—SPECIAL NOTICE. To-day subscribers can obtain a few choice seats by ear ly application at GEO. W11.1.1G, Jr's., Charles street, FOR THE FOUR EVENINGS. The box sheet for that purpose will he open at 9 o'clock SUBSCRIBERS' TICKETS $5. The box sheet for FRIDAY, SOMNAMBULA, will be opened at 12 o'clock, at the same place, when for that evening seats can be secured, $1.50 each. The box sheet each day will remain open until dark. The box sheet for tlie 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 MARETZEK, ocl2-lt Conductor. CHINA, GLASS, &C. —The great bargain store is at 105 Baltimore street, two doors below Sun Building, where they are selling Full White Stone Dinner Sets at S2O; White French ditto at S3O; Fine Cut Goblets at $2.50 and $3, with a large assortment of Rich Gilt and Orna mented Dinner, Tea and Toilet sets; Blue India China' Fine Cutlery and Plated Ware; Coal Oil Lamps, Ac., Ac. at the same very low prices. T GREAT SAVING IN GAS. J. H. COOPER'S PATENT LEVER GAS REGULATOR. NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE .MARYLAND _ INSTITUTE. Saves from 15 to 35 per cent, of Gas, and prevents all blowing and flaring of the light. JACKSON A CHANDLER, Agents for the State of Maryland, and District of Colum bia, at the office of Messrs. GRATTAN A EVANS, Gas Fitters and Plumbers, No. 8 North street, Jarvis'Building P. S. Certificates can be had at the office. myß tf THE BYS' ORIGINAL CLOTHING STORE, Kept by MR. DENNIS, at 84!£ Baltimore St., is the best place to bay CLOTHING for Boys' wear. His stock is LARGE, his assortment VARIED, nnd prices LOW. Call and see him. oc9-lm COX Is now selling his Fall Style of HATS foi Gentlemen. They are of the handsomest patterns, and mai eof the best material. 190 Baltimore St., North sii le, one door above St. Paul st. i J.ss. W. GEDDESS, 82 MDLBBERr STREET, NEAR EOTAW. MF.TAL ROOFING a, GtJTT ERS AND SI'OIITINO Also, REPAIRING AND firm m\i/. v. , NACES, LATROBE STOVES NG AIPI FPR J _ oc iB-dly WE would call the attention of our read ers to the fact, that the Messrs. WISE k m m ores tree ts 'wlicre't h"" T S ' °' SRSSRW:RSSRRJTR city. Their $4.00 Hats are 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. ecs-lm w \ " THE DAILY EXCHANGE, OCTOBER 13, 1858. COAL NOTICE. A discount allowed on orders for Coal that are pre paid J. HENRY GIESE &CO., Xo. 0 South street. The SAWED AMI SPLIT WOOD, for sale as usual oc6 6t WASHING AND IRONING is still done I'or 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. oc-l d3m DRS. HUNTER AND WILLIAMS, can IK* 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 be received on our account by the following parties, who are authorized to sell at the lowest mine prices: MOORF. k EMORY —corner Howard and Madison sts. X. H. JENNINGS k Co.—Xo 88 North Charles st. JOHN W. HARRY & Co.—cor. Baltimore and Pearl sts. EDWIN EAUECKSON —cor. Baltimore and Caroline sts. \Y M. H. READ— Xo. 93 Broadway. PENNISON & Bao.—Xo. 219 West Pratt st. STANLEY k Co.—Xo. 31 Light st., cor. of Lombard. JAMES M. LAM DIN —Xo. 1 North street. DOBBIN k WARFIELD, Sole Agents, 529 tf No. 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 l>e 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 we are 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 Cumberland COALS. WASHBURN k nOUSE, Office, 89 Lombard street, 2nd door, au7 West of South st. ROOFING ! ROOFING ! ! ROOFING !!! Economy, Duralnlity an<l Security. Warren's Fire and Water Proof Fill AND COMPOSITION ROOFINO. Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing Purposes. PEKPECTLT FIKE PROOF, PERFECTLY WATER PROOF, UNEQUALLED FOR ECONOMY, UNRIVALLED FOR DURABILITY, ADAPTED TO EVERT CLIMATE, For further information address or call on JAS. H. JOHNSON, No. 2 Jarvis Building, cor. North and jy26-tf Baltimore streets, Baltimore. AMBRO-DAGUERREOTYPES, &C. MR. MARSTERS, 147 Lexington street, near Howard street, will furnish his patrons with pictures on glass, 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 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 COUPI.ANU'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 duced. All kinds of Soft Hats and Caps. KWi ibserve the name and number. ocß-2t* SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES, AT 105 BALTIMORE STREET, HAVE BEEN GREATLY REDUCED IN PRICE. K?"We are now offering anew family machine at the LOW PRICE OF FIFTY DOLLARS. OS-Hemming guages of every width, binding guagesof all sizes, are adjusted to our machines. 83-Send for a copy of I. M. Singer & Co.'s Gazette. ocl If 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— | $70 —complete. WEEDS' SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, The best in use for every description of CLOTH and LEATHER WORK, that requires a seani } making beauti ful, strong slitch , both sides alike. L. i). CHASE, Agent, 529-tf No. 99 Baltimore Street. I GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY> AT EVANS & IIOYT'S, AT EVANS A HOYT'S AT EVANS A HOYT'S, AT EVANS A HOYT'S, J 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. ; 0 RNER OF FREDERICK. CORNER OF FREDERICK. CORNER OF FREDERICK. | s2O ly CORNER OF FREDERICK. ARTHUR HAS JUST INTRODUCED HIS MODEL j FALL STYLE HATS for Gentlemen, a superior article for $3; J best quality $4 Drop in and see them, No. IW. Balti | more street, adjoining the Bridge. sel4-lm [ From the New York News.] NOTHING SINCE THE FOUNDATION OF THE ! CITY OP NEW YORK has produced the excitement among all clashes that Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative has done.— ' All classes from the gray and bald-headed sire, and thesil ! ver-haired matron, down to the sprightly youth and beau- j tiful maiden with lier glossy ringlets, are crowding the Depot at No. .'ll2 Broadway; the former to be permanently restored, and the latter to possess themselves of that which i will prevent the inroad of envious time, and cause the ap pearance of youth and fc?u.uty to linger to the greatest age. I Besides all the popular Druggists in the country are con i stantly engaged in dealing out the Restorative to their customers, "and the cry is still they come." , CAUTION.—Beware of worthless imitations, as several I are already in the market, called by different names. Use none unless the words (Professor Woods's Hair Restora tive, Depot, St. Louis, Mo., and New York,) 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 JOHN C. GIVEN, Chinaman's Tea Store, • 829-2W 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. I 143- Also a fine selection of FANCY FURS for Ladies j and fancy CAPS for Children. FASHIONABLE HAT EMPORIUM, 527 3m No. 238 West Tratt street. NOURSE & COWAN, MERCHANT TAILORS, No. I NORTH CALVERT STREET, j 527 Baltimore, Md. J A LITTLE BIT CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAP EST. — Faney, Plain and Common DINNER, TEA, "and CHAMBER Sets; INDIA CHINA DINNER Sets; Cut and Moulded Glass in Sets; COAL OIL LAMPS and every j thing else CHEAP at JOHN A. DOBSON & CO.'S, 2 and j 4 N. Charles street. s2O 3M WHEELER & WILSON'S SE WING MA CHINES. NEW AND VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS. DIAGRAM OF TIIE LOCK STITCH. j This is the only stitch that cannot be ravelled, and that j presents the same appearance upon each side of the seam. It is made with two threads, one upon each side of the i fabric, and interlocked in the centre* of it. Send for a Cir cular. I OFFICE—I 26 W. BALTIMORE STREET, AMERICAN BUILDING, sl6-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 ST., Have received a general assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS, | Of both Foreign and Domestic Manufacture, which they I are prepared to make to order. READY-MADE GARMENTS, of superior workmanship and material always on hand. A call is respectfully so • lici<tod. s2B-eolin DUI.ANY & HARRIS, MERCHANT TAILORS, No 46 NORTH HOWARD STKEKT, Have a well selected stock of French, English and American CLOTHS, CASS I MERES AND YEsTINGS, FOR THE FALL 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, OF ANY SIZE, Sawed and Split by Machinery. j Owing to the constantly incieasing demand for this wood, j 3 have greatly increased my facilities for preparing and ■ delivering it. lam now prepared to fill all orders with | despatch for OAK or PINE WOOD, of any length or size, 1 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. ! Office cornft: of Baltimore and North streets, over Patriot Office. 1 JP-YRMARY LAND INSTITUTE.- -ELEC | ikJ TION NIGHT.— The Exhibition at the Maryland IN (Btitutc Hall will be open to-day until 6 o'clock P.M., when the doors will be closed for the evening, in consequence of the excitement of the election. It will reopen on THUUS i DAY morning, and continue as usual, every day till 10 ] o'clock P. M. D. L. BARTLETT, oc!3 It Cli'n Com. THE BOARD OF MISSIONS OF IKJ THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH will meet in CHRIST CHURCH, WEDNESDAY AFTER NOON, the 13th, at 5 o,clock. The animal sermon before the Board will Ire preached in CHRIST CHURCH THURS DAY MORNING by the Rev. Dr. MUHLENBERG, of New York. Services to commence at 10 o'clock. A missionary meeting of the Board will l>e held in GRACE CHURCH, THURSDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock. nc!3 2t /v-p,OFFICK OK THF. BALTIMORE & IkJ OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY, Sth OCT., 1858 Notice is hereby Riven that a GENERAL MEETING OK THE STOCKHOLDERS OK THIS COMPANY will be held at this office on MONDAY, the 15th day of November neat, being the third Monday in said month, between the boars of ten and one o'clock, for the purpose of ELECT ING TWELV E DIRECTORS for the ensuing year. The transfer book will be closed from the 25th of Ootober to the 15th November, both days inclusive ocß-tIN J. I. ATKINSON, Secretary. ETEENTH AND TWENf l ETH U-J WARDS-Mr. SAMUEL LEVY is recommended to the voters of the above wards to represent them in the Second Branch of the City Council. 1 o!l3t* MERIT, TUIIN 11. KEA & CO.. J CLOTHIERS, CORNER OF SOUTH AND PRATT STREETS, Messrs. JOHN H. RE A k Co., take pleasure in announ cing to the public generally, that their stock of Clothing is much larger and more varied than ever before. Having now on hand a splendid stock of CLOTHS, CAS SI MERES and VESTING S, which they will make up to order in a style that cannot fail to please, both in price and manufacture. FURNISHING GOODS. Cravats, Scarfs, Ties, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Shirts, ! and Gloves, in large variety. Their stock of SERVANTS' and OILED CLOTHIXO. is I worthy the attention of Planters. ocl3 tf | pARPETS! CARPETS! | VV The undersigned would resjiectfully call the atten i i tion of his friends and customers to his well selected j i stock of TAPESTRY, BRUSSELS, Three ply ingrain CARPETIXGS, OILCLOTH. DOOR MATS, RUGS, TABLE OIL CLOTH, STAIR RODS, kc. All of which ho offers as CHEAP as the cheapest, and as j good as the best in the city. X. B.—l have a fine assortment of RAG CARPETIXG i on hand of my own make. Rag Carpets wove to order at shortnotice. JOHN SAYLOR, Xo. 2 West Baltimore street. ocl3-w&s2t At the Bridge. ' IjMssjy! IMPORTER AND DEALER IX MSAAK FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, j Xo. 33 CHEAPS IDE, Has for sale a large stock of OLD RYE AND DOUR- j I BOX WHISKEYS, part very old and superior; fine old j j Scotch Whiskey; Cognac and Roclielle Brandies, of vari- , ous grades, in bond and duty paid; fine Holland Gin; Ja- 1 I maica Spirits; Port, Sherry, and Madeira Wines, of me- I I dium and fine qualities, by the cask or demijohns, and 1 every variety of Domestic Liquors, as Whiskey, Brandy, i I Gin, Wine, Cordials, kc.\ for sale at fair market prices j , and upon reasonable terms. oclßtf I 7*IREMEN\S fNSURANCE < COMPANY : —OFFICE OX THE NORTHEAST CORNER <>F j SOUTH AND SECOND STREETS, I Insures against loss or damage lv FiRE on ALL DE- j ; SCRIPTIOXS OF PROPERTY within the limits of the city. JOHN REESE, PRESIDENT. BOARD or DIRECTORS: John 11. Ehlen, James S. Suter, Augustus J. Albert, Samuel Hart, Charles M. Keyser, Hugh Bolton, C. A. Schaefer, Robert Taylor, Edward Jenkins, John G. Reaney, Frederick Achey, James Reaney,* Thomas W. Levering, James Fields, Nathan Tyson, Garrett Brown, F. Littig Shaffer, John M. Gait, Joshua Dryden, Thomas Wilson, John Cashing, Henry R. Lauderman, Charles A. Grinnel, Caleb Parks, Mendes I. Cohen, I Henry L. Reitz. George S. Gibson, Joshua Jones, George Rogers, i Isaac M. Den son, James M. Anderson, John A. Shriver. oc!3-tf HENRY P. DUHURST, Secretary. ,-rth STAR OK THE NORTH! GAS CONSUMING STOVE!! Continuous and perfect combustion of the gases, Inducing the most brilliant flume from anthracite coal. Our immense sales the last season and the .satisfaction they gave are an evidence of their superiority. For offi ces, stores, kc., they are unsurpassed. We have one in use at our store, where we should be pleased to show and explain its operation, or would refer to parties using them in tiie citv. 'COLLINS, HEATH k HUTCHINSON, Maryland Stove and Plumbing nouse, ocl3tf 22 Light street. SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! HOSIERY, SHIRTS, GLOVES AND DRAWERS. AMOS LOVE JOT, 123 BALTIMORE STREET, Between Calvert and South, opposite the American Of Pice I shall this day commence selling out mv large new and well selected Fall and Winter stork of'HOSIERY, SHIRTS, DRAWERS, GLOyKS, YARNS, LADIES* DRESS TRIMMINGS, &.c, without regard to cost, prior to tearing down the building in the spring. This is an opportunity seldom offered, as the stock is new and of the best quality, and must be closed out before the new build ing commences. Come and see the bargains for your selves, and don't forget the old stand, AMOS LOVE JOY, 123 Baltimore street, 7 doors west of South, oc!3 oc!3 tjanl opposite the American Office. ; jyTANUFACTURED TOBACCCL Pilkinton's Planter's Pride, light pressed lbs. A. R. Courtney's Hoseneath, " " " !J. H. Ferguson, IXL lbs. M. Bowles, lbs. J. M. Taylor, " |c. Henry, " J. Brook, " Pilkinton's P. P., " K.Taylor, " jA.& G. Maxwell, s's&lo's I Tobacco queen, " A. It. Courtney, s's & 10's queen of May, " f. J. Ward, ID'S 8. W. Oakes, u Hodevali, " Received per steamboat, and for sale bv COURTNEY k GUSHING, I oc!3-tf 65 S Gay street. IT* LOOKING BOARDS.—B,3OO feet 54 t . Flooring; 30.UD0 do. 4-4 do.: 25,000 do. 5 4 Stepping, | expected to arrive from Pensacola, and for sale by JAS. CORNER & SONS. oelS-tf BAY RUM.—" puncheons very choice Bay Rum, for sale by HALL & LONEY, 56 Buchanan's , wharf- ocl3-tf PALM 01L.—150,000 lbs., to arrive in De cember, for sale by R. 11. ATWEI.L k CO., 58 South j st. Bowly'g wharf. ocUS-tf VIRGINIA BRAN AFLOAT.-A cargo of Virginia Bran afloat, for sale in lots to suit, by P. 1 HALGOU & CO., Bowly's wharf. oel3-tf ORANGES. —40bbls. Havana, landing and for sale by SCHWARTZ k DIX, 117 Lombard street. | cclS-tf CI RANEERKI ES.—IO bbls. prime Eastern, J for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX. 117 Lombard street, j ocl3 if IJMRE CRACKERS.—2,OOO boxes No. T, 40 packs, now landing and for sale by SCHWARTZ k ■ DIX, 117 Lombard st. oc!3-tf | WELLS, FARGO & CO., JWRiNEW YORK & CALIFORNIA EXPRESS I cSSSSAND EXCHANGE COMPANY. A Joint Stock Company—Cap'tnl $600,000. OFFICE—B2 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. t Boston office— I San Fran, office— I Phil, office— I 39 k4O Court cor Montgomery 400 Chesnut st. Square. | k California sts. | j Agents for P. C. Bambalier & Co., Island of Cuba Ex i press. I EXPRESS to California, Sandwich Islands, Oregon and Sou til A morion j sth and 20th OF EACH MONTH—Express to Havana by i all regular steamers. I Goods must be accompanied by invoices. EXCHANGES on California, Oregon, Sandwich Islands anil Havana, in sums to suit. Agents in Baltimore— -I'EXI)ERCAST BROS., 77 Smith's wharf. : NOTICE TO CALIFORNIA BOND-HOLDERS. WELLS, FARGO fc CO., arc now prepared to receive the old Ponds of the State ofCalifornia. transport the same to Sacramento City, and procure new ones, in accordance with the Act of 2Sth of April, 1857, and return same to this city. oc!3 coly OFFICE —S2 BROADWAY. N.Y. CALIFORNIA AND FRASF.K CaflMigkwj Persons desiring Tickets for CALIFOR NIA AND ERASER RIVER, by the Steamers leavimr New York the sth and 20th of each and every month, can obtain the same by applying to PENPERGAST BROS au2fl-tf 77 Smith's wharf, up stairs. \ LLTHE SAFES -UJL AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE FIRE BURXED UP EXCEPT LILLIE'S. LILLIE TRIUMPHANT—A GREAT TEST. —The fire at the Crystal Palace, New York, furnished a test of Safes than which none more thorough could have been doirod. Those who were on the ground say that it was the hottest burning they ever saw. The wares of the Safe Manufac turers were in an exposed situation. Lewis Lillie, of Troy, Steams & Marvin, of New York, and others were among the exhibitors. On overhauling the ruins Stearns k Mar vin's Safes were found burnt out; and others were com plete wrecks. Lit. LIE'S ALONE WERE UNINJURED, 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 l 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. LILLIE'S Chilled Iron Burglar Proof Safe was the only Safe unharmed.— Troy 1 V hig. LILLIE'S SAFES were uninjured by the iire, except burning of paint. All other Safes were destroyed.— Troy Times. The above is a positive proof that LILLIF.'S SAFES are the ONLY RELIABLE ONES in GREAT FIRES. They arc also perfect security against BURGLARS. An assortment on hand and for sale at the Agency. 192 Baltimore street. ocl2 tf C. S. WILLETT. GTLEASON'S N EW WEEKLY R LINE-OP-BATTLE SHIP. The object of this paper is to present, every week, an agreeable melange of the notable events and literature of the time. Its ample columns will always contain a goodly store of popular Original Tales, Sketches of Adventure oil Sea and Land, and Poetic Gems, by the BEST AMERICAN AUTHORS. Also the cream of domestic and foreign news, so condensed as to present the largest possible amount of the intelli gence of the day; the whole well spiced with WIT AND HUMOR. In politics, and upon ail sectarian questions, it will be strictly neutral. 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The first number of this new Illustrated Paper will lie for sale on the IST DAY OF NOVEMBER NEXT, at all the prin cipal periodical and news agencies and respectable liter ary Depots, in the United States and the C'unadas. OLEA SOX'S LINE-OF-BATTLE SHIP will be published regularly every Saturday, at GLEASON'S PUULBSHING HALL, corner of Tremontand Bromfleld streets, Boston, Mass., by F. GLEASOX. Wholesale Agent, 11. TAYLOR, 111 Baltimore street, Baltimore. 011-eo2w SALE— For a term of years, a I\e gro Girl, as a house servant; apply at thisofiice. o<:s eo4t DRUGGISTS ARTICLES OF ALL THE various styles, made of Hard and Soft Rubber, Syringes, Breast Pumps, Pessaries, Xursing Bottles, Sur geon Bandage, Elastic Stockings, Teething Rings, Nipples and Nipple Shields. Also Machine Belting, Packing and Hose, which we will sell at New York prices. E. M. PUN PERSON k CO., oc!2-tf No. 209 Baltimore street. ERRILL/THQMAS & CO., Are now opening, at their NEW WAREHOUSE, J No. 239 Balti-i ore street, near Charles, a beautiful assort mentof GUNS, PISTOLS, GUN MATERIAL, kc. % 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 CORNS, BUN IONS, NAILS PENETRA TING THE FLESH, extracted without pain, so tha the boot can be worn immediately without the least incon venience, by DR. PAINTER, Surgeon, Chiropodist, jy9-ly Office No. 21 N. Calvert street. JYOAH YVALKER SF CO . ~ CLOTHIERS. WASHINGTON BUILDINGS, BALTIMORE STREET. ocll-tfr Between Light and Calvert streets. _ __B BINS & CO., PROPRIETORS OF THE BALTIMORE STOVE WORKS, AND RANCFACTCRF.RS OF GOLD'S AUTOMATIC STEAM HEATER. ALSO, Wholesale and retail dealers in COOKING, PARLOR, and HALL STOVES, Ship's Camhooses, Ranges. Grates, Tin, Sheet Iron, and Hollow Ware, and all articles in tha Store Business. Repairing done at the shortest notice, and upon the best terms. WAREHOUSE—Nos. 46 and 48 LIGHT STREET, sSO-tf S. W. corner of Balderston street. JVJAKINE INSURANCE. JOHNSTON'S I N S UR A N C E ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. u JJMRE INSURANCE? U JOHNSTON'S i P INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. GTRONGEST COMPANIES. , JOHNSTON'S I ASSURANCE e ROOMS, n 73 SECOND STREET. e RATEST JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 n SECOND STREET. j f< POLICIES ISSUED" ' FROM THIS OFFICE, | 11 JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE J ' ROOMS, | F 73 a SECOND STREET. NO DELAY IN PAYMENT OF LOSSES. JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, s 73 SECOND STREET. MARINE PREMIUMS LIRE RALLY CREDITED. 9 JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 I SECOND STREET. NEW YORK CITY AND VIRGINIA \ COMPANIES. "SECURITY" FIRE; is "PHENIX" " i c " RESOLUTE " "NEW WORLD" " 1 "LYNCHBURG " "ALBEMARLE" " " VALLEY of Va. " MARINE. j Mercantile Mutual Marine, N. Y., t Lynchburg Marine, Va. FIRE, " VALLEY of Va." ' " "ALBEMARLE," i " "LYNCHBURG," i " " NEW WORLD, , " ' RESOLUTE, j " "PHENIX," < " " SECURITY, < ALL LICENSED BY THE COMPTROLLER. Policies issued ; Losses adjusted and paid by j THOS. D.JOHNSTON, Ins. Agt. 73 SECOND STREET. ME RCA NTILE "MUTL JA L MARINE INS. CO., OP .VilV' YORE. ASSETS 1931,000. THOS. I>. JOHNSTON, ocS M.W&F Agent. I -YY I to I. ESALE PURCHASERS OF DRY GOODS j Are invited to examine the large and splendid assort ! ■ mentof FOREIGN DRY GOODS, carefully selected by one of the firm in the manufacturing j districts of Europe, NOW OPEN on 2nd and 3d floors of j 199, 201 & 203 BALTIMORE STREET, which in variety, style of Goods and low prices will com pare favorably witli any establishment in the United j States. j OUR RETAIL STOCK (FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT,) ( presents a magnificent stock in every department of the j j trade. s3O-tr HAMILTON EASTER & CO. j ! D. DEFORD & CO., TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND IMPORTERS OP HAVANA CIGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO, No. 37 SOUTH GAY STREET, , BALTIMORE. MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. I We are agents for most of the manufacturers of Tobacco I ; in Virginia and North Carolina, and through them we are I regularly supplier! witli all the various grades of Chewing ; Tobacco. HAVANA CIGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO. Our arrangements for supplies of Cigars and Leaf To | baceo, through our Agent, who resides in Havana, enable 1 us to offer as large an assortment of the various qualities as any house in the United States. AMERICAN LEAF TOBACCO, j 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 jylO-tf LIQUORICE. TONQUA BEANS. Ac. gIIIRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS! MADE TO ORDER FOR For $1.50 aiitl $1.75. RAY M OND'S 36 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, | EQUAL TO ANY MADE ELSEWHERE For s'l.oO ami $'3.50. j A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED! A great variety of UNDER SHIRTS AND DRA WERS, i j Adapted to the fall trade. BOYS' SHIRTS, Of all sizes. TIES, SCARFS, GLOVES, HDKFS, &c., &c., of new styles, i I 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, L au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. DEA N, AI >AMS AND DEAN & COLT'S REVOLVERS, small size. D. B. TRIMBLE, : au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. PURDY'S. LANCASTER'S AMI DEAN. Adams' & Dean's GUNS, imported to order, by r D. B. TRIMBLE, au3o-tf 200 Baltimore street. !| QINGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL O DUCK GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, ' ay2B tf 2fio Baltimore street. ! j rpHE CELEBRATED Carroll Island Duck j A GUN, by Westly Richards. I). B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tt 200 Baltimore street. DOUBLE BARRELL BIRD GUNS—BY Richards, Man ton, Greener, Moore, and all English makers: for sale by D. B. TRIMBLE, 1 ' ao2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.^ BOYS' SINGLE AND DOUBLE BAR RELL BIRD GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, | au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. FL! ENCH BREECH-LOADING SHOT GUNS. J D. B. TRIMBLE, j ! au2S tf 200 Baltimore street. IN KIIY ARTICLE IN THE SPORTING JUNE, to be had at t j THE SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE, . D. B. TRIMBLE, i au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. [ i f VECOY DUCKS, at Manufacturers' prices f U D. B. TRIMBLE, j au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. J j0AHPETINGST- r CARPETINGS, i i CARPETINGS. FALL STOCK AT REDUCED I'RICES. WALSH & CONRADT, t : ocl-fllmr No. IN. Gay st. VELVET, TAPESTRY AND BRUSSELS CARPETINGS, I i Purchased expressly for this market. WALSH k CONRADT, ocl-dlmr No. 1 N. Gay st. QUPER AND FINE INGRAINS, TWILLED AND PLAIN VENETIAN CARPETINGS. f A large stock on hand that will l>e closed out AT PRICES TO PLEASE. WALSH k CONRADT, ocl-dlmr No. 1 N. Gay st. ' QIL CLOTHS, VELVET RUGS'AND MATS, DRUGGETS. COCOA MATTING, die., de., • | Which will be Sold as LOW as any in the city. ; WALSH k CONRADT, s I ocl-dlmr No, IN. Gay st. J I ALL WOOL REPTS: 1 JUL CRIMSON, MAROON. GREF.N, BLUE, , and DRAB, WILLIAM HOLLAND, v ocs-3m No. 72 North Howard st., Baltimore. K 'P KELLY & SON? . X • MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 3 LIBERTY STREET, - i Have received a full assortment of the newest L | STYLES OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE, N FOR THE ri I FALL AND WINTER SEASON, and respectfully solicit a call from their customers and | others. cash purchasers a liberal deduction will be made 828-3 in r JOSEPH ETVVILLSON, PAPER HANGINGS, ASP WINDOW SHADE MANUFACTURER, No. 109 N. HOWARD STREET, Between Mulberry and Saratoga, R ALT I MORE. Plain, Buff and White LINEN WINDOW SHADES made and put up to order in the neatest manner. Alii kinds of PAPER HANGING done by careful workmen in the very bat style, ocl-dly and at the lowest CASH. t PATENT"BALANCE— One large Patent IT Balance with dish, can hooks, Ac., for sale low by GEO. L. HARRISON, u3l-tf 6 O'DonnelT* Whar MAISON D'EDUCAITON. A VEVEY (SUISSE). I Monsieur le ministre Dor recoit dans son etablissement j un nombre limit? de 25 jeunes gens de S a 17 ans, destines Boitaux carrieres dites liberates soit a Pindustrie, au com- T merce, &c. d L'enseignement est donne par Mr. Dor et par plusieurs S 1 professeurs soit internes soit externes. 11 a pour objets: La Religion Evaugclique; L'Histoire; La Geographic physique et politique; P L'Arithnietique civile etcommerciale; Les Mathematiques pures et appliquecs; l (Chimie, Les Sciences Naturelles J Physique, •* ( Botanique et Zoologie. La langue francaisc et sa litterature, avec de nombreux exerclces de lecture, de conversation, d'orthographe, dc composition etde traductions; Les Langues Alleiuande, Anglaise et It&lienne, ecrites i jj et parlees; | lies Langues Latine et Grecque; Le Dessin et la Calligraphic, ainsi que' la tenue des comptes; La Musique vocale et instrumental; La Gyumastique, et l/Escrime, si on le desire; Les travaux sont rcgulierement surveilles et diriges de J maniere a appreudre aux jeunes gens ales accomplir a la fois avec promptitude, exactitude et soin. ° La vie de famille et ties rapports in times et aflectueux i avec les eleves sont soigneusement recherches dans le hut ' do former lenr caractere, lenr ooeur et lean man teres. Chaqueeleve suit le culte de sa confession. La demeure de Mr. Dor est vaste, entouree de grands ' jardins et tres avantageusementsitueesur la grande place, pres du lac. Les jeunes gens les plus ages peuvent avoir line chambre a part et ne prendre que les lecons qui leur sont speciale- , ment necessaires ou uvantageuses. suivant la carriere a * laquelle ils se destinent: ils peuvent recevoir des lecons partlculieres. Le prfx de la pension ctde l'enseignement est de 1.500f. pour les jeunes gens qui out une chambre a cux seuls; i I I.4iK)f. pour ceux qui out une chambre a deux ensemble: 1 j" 1,300f. pour les eleves qui sont loges tlans un des dor- J * loirs (lesquels ne renferment que liuit lits.) j ' Le blancliissage et les lecons d'agrement (musique in- > struraentale, peinture, cscrime etdanse) se paient a part, i * II n'y a d'autres depenses accessoires que celles que les J parents reclament. ' Les paiements se font par trimestre eta l'avance Toutes les annees il se fait une excursion facultative de * 10 a2O jours dans les montagnes de la Suisse ou de la Savoie. > Chaque eleve doit apporter avec lui, pour son usage per Jl sonnel, 4 <liap s de lit, 0 serviettes, 0 essuie-mains et un convert d urgent; inais si les parents le desireut, la direc tion se charge de la fonrniture de ces objets, ainsi que du blanchissage du linge personnel pour le prix annuel de 120 a 150 francs, suivant les exigences. D'adresser directement a Mr. le Ministre Dor a Vevey. On peut obtenir des renseignements aupres de M. M. s27 law4w* RJ"OUNT WASHINGTON COLLEGE ItXfOR YOUNG LADIES.—The WINTER SESSION begins November 3d, 1858. The course of instruction in the usual branches is full and thorough, being under the I direction of an efficient Faculty of able and experienced I Teachers. Every necessary appliance required for Female education is at the command of the Institution. Parents J who desire a thorough education for their daughters, with the comforts and advantages of the Christian family, are invited to examine the School. For terms of admission and further information, address Rev. GEO. LEWIS STALKY. Principal, Mount Washing ton, Baltimore Co., Maryland., or Rev. Dr. HEINER. Sec ond st., Baltimore. Catalogues can be had at CUSIIINGS & BAILEY'S, Baltimore st. sls-ly HALL OF ST. JOHN, NO. 271 MADISON AVENUE. (SECOXD DOOR ABOVE HOFFMAN ST.) RECTOR; BENJAMIN I!. (IRISWOLD, A. M. This is a Protestant Episcopal School for a limited num ber of Roys. French Classes under M. DES POMMIERS. Boys received from 10 to 14 years of age, and retained until carried to any degree of advancement desired. The School re opens on MONDAY, September fitli. Circulars at Mr. WATERS' BOOK STORE, and at the 1 Episcopal reading room. au7-dtf r F 11 E COLLEGE OF ST JAMES, X MARYLAND —The next ANNUAL SESSION begins on WEDNESDAY, September 20th. Punctual attendance on that day is requested. Applicants can enter any class in the Preparatory School, or in the College, for which upon examination they are found qualified. COMMER CIAL STUDIES pursued by those whose parents desire it. Ample accommodations arc provided for one hundred and twenty pupils. Terms—Two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) for the session, payable semi-annually in advance, covering all expenses of Tuition and Boarding. For admission apply to the Rev. Dr. KKRFOOT, Rector, College St. James Postoffice, Maryland. *" jyß-tf ftHunts. TA7"ANTED.—A well secured Ground f T Rent of about $2,500: apply to sll tf P. H. SULLIVAN, No. 24 Second st. WANTED TO KENT.—A snuffi Dwell ing within ten minutes walk of South and Balti more streets, rent not to exceed $l5O. Address IN QUIRER, office of Daily Exchange. jy26-tf ■fijuiV WANTED.—A comfortable three-story Rnil DWELLING, with passage and hack-building, in the Western part of the city, but East of Fremont st.— | Rent not more than $350. Please address A. G. at this of* s7 tf LOOKING GLASSES! LOOKING GLASSES!! LOOKING GLASSES! i LOOKING GLASS, I PICTURE FRAME, j CONSOLE, ; CORNICE, i BRACKET, TRIPOD,and PIER TABLE MANUFACTURER. PHOTOGRAPHIC OVALS 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 tin* Public is called to the style of work i exhibited at this establishment, only equaled in New York. | and unsurpassed in this city. I ALL ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY WILL RECEIVE PROMP j ATTENTION. jy2B-dtf 1)11. E. I'. MORONG, SINCE HIS RETURN FROM EUROPE, Makes an exclusive, specially of the. treatment of DISEASES OE THE EYE AND EAR. MEDIC ALL Y ASD SUKiiICA LL V. OFFICE, 71 N. CHARLES ST., ' 24-tf Baltimore, Md. SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF! A large stock of CABINET FURNITURE, At greatly reduced prices, at WM . P . SPENCER'S Wholcste and Retail FURNITURE WARE ROOMS. I Nos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CALVERT STREET, i To reduce stock the undersigned oilers great induce- I ments to purchasers of FASHIONABLE OR LOW PRICED FURNITURE, CHAIRS AND MATRESSES. City and country dealers will find it greatly to their ad- j vantage to examine our stock and prices. Call soon and get bargains at 32 and 34 S. CALVERT ST., i s2l tNlr WM. P. SPENCER. SAMSON CAIUSS & < o„ CARVERS & GILDERS, I Manufacture LOOKING-GLASS and PICTURE FRAMES, i j and GILT WORK in every variety, and are dealers in, and manufacturer's agents for PLATE GLASS, for Store and j ! House windows, LOOKING-GLASS PLATES, PLATED I WARE, TABLE CUTPLERY, FORKS, SPOONS, Ac., with a great variety of ENGRAVINGS, PAINTINGS, and ' WORKS OF ART, generally. an 13 3m 140 BALTIMORE ST LAUGHLIN'S GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONALE BOOT, SHOE AND GAITER ESTABLISHMENT. Having just received a fresh lot of French work, (in- | eluding ME LIES' manufacture.) a direct importation. 1 j can guarantee to my customers entire satisfaction in any of the articles enumerated below: Glazed Opera Boots, -jf - JCalf-Skin Boots, | Glazed Elastic Gaiter " 15 Cork Sole Boots, ! o § 0 - j j Glazed Button Gaiter " g5 g Elastic Calf Gaiter Boots, 1 Glazed Molier Shoes, 5u £ C ork Sole Gaiters, Sc J ! Glazed Vilie Shoes, 5 Molier Calf Shoes, Glazed Pump Shoes, £ - Kid-top High Louis. Also, on hand of mj- own manufacture, . OUBLE SOLE j BOOTS, DOUBLE SOLE GAITERS, DOUBLE SOLE WALKING SHOES, Ac., Ac. 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 "f Baltimore. sl6 d3m ACA RTD. SIG. LOUIS STEFANONI,(Brother of the celebrated Prima Donna Sig'a Stefanoni, of the Italian Opera, New York 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 MUSIC, (Maitre.dc Chant,) according to the latest and most ap proved European style. To those who will favor him with their patronage he can guarantee rapid progress if they will dilligently apply themselves to his instruction.— Those who desire his services will please leave their ad dress at either of the Music Stores. Re ference : Mrs. G. Dulany, Dr. Cohen, J. F. Petri. s2oeolmA2tr <)<;(;s. ( OTT.MA.N .v CO., Nos. 44 an<l 46 LOMBARD STRF.F.T, OPPOSITE PUBLIC STORES, BALTIMORE. IMPORTERS OF WINES, BRANDIES, DIN, SEGARS, Ac. WHOLESALE DEALEBS IN DOM EST I C LIQUOR S, C () RDIA LS, Ac. Cognac A Rochelle Brandies. Old Rye Whiskey, of differ- Pale and Dark. ent qualities Holland Gin. German Tonic Bitters. Jamaica A: Santa Cruz Rum. Peach, | Scotch and Irish Whiskey. Chsrry, Madeira, Sherry. Port Lis-Lavender, lp- an i* bon, Malaga, Champagne (Raspberry, L 1 and Claret Wines. Blackberry, | Havana A Principe Segmrs. Ginger, j jy29 tf Cordials, various qualities. "MEW YORK STEAM 11 SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT, OFFICE 142 LEXINUTON STREET. HALT. 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 ANI) WOOLEN CLEANING. We have no French patent right for covering up spots; but, 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 § 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 lwncfit so to do. Par j ticular attention paid to CAMEL'S HAIR, WHITE, CRAPE, ] and other SHAWLS, LACE CURTAINS, SILK DRESSES, EM BROIDERIES, MRRINOSS. KID GLOVES, JSO. SPOTS OF GREASE, OIL, PAINT, ICE CREAM, or of any other nature taken out, if possible, without cleausing the whole garment. Gentlemen's garments will be prepared by a regular tailor, thus insuring a proper finish. se!4-6rar a FALL STYLE OF HATS FOR 'SB. We are now selling the Fall Style of Hat for i Gentlemen's wear, to which we invite the attention of our friends and the public, and we assure them that they cannot be surpassed for BEAUTY OF STYLE AND FINISH by any that may IH 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 HINDES & SON, No. 100 North Gay street, third door from Bridge, West j side. seplß lmr PR BSER VING JAJ! s_K( ) R FRESII OR SUGARED FRUIT, Ac., AT REDUCED PRICES. ! ARTHUR'S Self Sealing, Glass, Tin and Earthen; an old and reliable article, j POTTER & BODINE'S Air-tight Glass; new, good and 1 ; cheap. ! SANDWICH JARS, ground glass stoppers, air-tight cheap and excellent. BENNETT'S Yellow, Earthen, air-tight. . TOMATOE and Preserving Stone Jars, with corks PICKLE JARS, Glass and Stone. The very best assortment of the above goods ever j fered in this city (with minute printed directions gratis : at PARR'S CHINA HALL, 211 Baltimore street, au26-tfr near Charle a. I. S. McCLELLAN, FASHIONABLE HATTER, No. 343 WEST BALTIMORE STRF.ET. NEAR EUTAW 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. GENTLEMEN- STSTYLE OF~DRESS HATB, for Fall, 1858, can be had in great variety, a I HUGHES & C 0.'5,34 Baltimore at. FELT HATS of al styles anil qualities. CAPS of every description, at theii i usual low prices. sll-lm $]MStMntS. CARROLL HALL. 44 MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM." MRS. MACREADY, The only person in the 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. On which occasion Mrs. Macready will appear in the personification of twenty-six different characters. Tickets fifty cents. odl-tOl4 JJOLLIUAY STREET THEATRE. POSITIVELY ONLY FOUR NIGHTS. The Great Havanese ITALIAN OVEIiA COMPANY, (On their way to the Tacon Theatre, Havana) now per forming with very great success at the Academy of Music New York, in LA SOMNAMBULA, IL TROVATORE, I.A TRAVIATA. The Fourth Opera will be announced hereafter. FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15,10,18 and 19. Senora PEPITA GASSIER, Sigti'a BEKTUOCA MARATZEK, Miss ADELAIDE PHILLIPS Signor STEFFANI, Signor SBRIGLIA, Signor MACAFERRI, Signor GASSIER, Signor CESARE NANI, ! Signori ARDAVAM, GARIBOLDI, and GASPARONI, I 1 With the Grand Orchestra and Chorus from tiie Academy ! of Music, New York. Conductors—M A.\ MAR KTZ EK, ANGEI.O TORRIANI. ADMISSION: Parquette, Press Circle and Boxes SI.OO i Secured Seats 50 cents extra ) Galleries 50 cents ! Private Boxes $ lO I A subscription will lie opened for the WHOLE FOUR I NIGH IS, on Monday, October lltli, and parties who desire to secure scats for tile whole scries of performances may | have tiie in secured at FIVE DOLLARS A PLACE. The sale of Tickuts will begin on TUESDAY, October 1 12th. The Box Sheet for the subscribers to the four evenings i will he opened at GEORGE WILI.IG, JR'S , Charles street, j at the date above mentioned. This Company will also appear in Opora at the Theatre | Washington, I). C. oc7-lw jUOLLIDAY STREET THEATRE. KUNKEL k CO Lessees JOHN T. FORD Manager ( On WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 13th, 1858, IVill be performed PAUL PRY. Paul Pry W. Davidge ! Eliza Mrs. J. H. Stoddart ! Zingarella Medley Miss Partington \ To conclude with THE DREAM AT SEA. Trevanion N 0. Forrester Anne Trevanion Mrs. J. 11. Stoddart ! PRICES OF ADMISSION : Dress Circle and Parquette SO cents. ! Family Circle 25 41 Colored Boxes 37# 44 Colored Gallery ... 25 44 No extra charge for reserved seats. Doors open at 7 j 0 clock—to commence at 7# o'clock. p.l SELECT DANCING ACADEMY. ntu l Madame MA KIN I. late of New York, will 1 commence their Select Classes in Dancing, at Newton ' / mversify Halt , No. 14 Lexington street, on MONDAY, October llth, at 3# o'clock P. M. The Lessons will comprise all the latest and most fash- ! ionahle DANCES. (•eutiemeii's Class, on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, from ! 8 until 10 P. M. Young Ladies and Children's Class on MONDAYS and ; THURSDAYS, from 3 to 5 I'. M. Applications received and Circulars containing refer- i encesand all particulars obtained at the hall as above, be ! tween the hoars of three and five o'clock P.M. oc9 lm* 0 THREE RACES TO DAY! /yAivV' In consequence of the inclemency of tiie weather, the :! mile race that was to have tr been run Tuesday, will tie run today, WEDNESDAY; and in addition, there will be a race of mile heats and a two mile race, which will be more than enough to gratify the lovers of this sport. CENTRAL COURSE, SECOND I)AV, WEDNESDAY, Oct. 13th, 1858. Purse $500; three mile heats; P.O. Rush enters ch. m. Parachute, 5 years old, by imp. Yorkshire; dam Heraldy, i by Herald. j F. M. Hall enters g. g. One Eye Joe; aged; Prince I George's, out of Register's dam. R. 11. Dickinson enters eh. li. Gov. WickliiTe, 4 years I old, by Gieneoe; dam Motto, by Barefoot J. Campbell enters ch. m. Laura Spillman, 6 years old, j by Wagner, dam Glovina. SECOND RACE—SAME DAY. Sweepstake for three year old colts and (illvs. two mile I heats: 100 subscription; Jino forfeit; S3OO added; closed on the 20th of August with the following sub : Ist. R. H. Dickinson enters ch.Voil, by Revenue; dam j by Pamonky. 1 2d. Calvin Green enters ch. f. by imp. Gieneoe; dam by ! j imp. Envoy. 3d. John Campbell enters ch. f. by imp. Gieneoe; dam Mirth, by Wagner. THIRD RACE—SAME DAY. | Purse $200: mile heats. R. 11. Dickinson names b. h. | Don Juan; Calvin Green names g. f. Eagiis by Gieneoe; dam by Grey Eaglt . j Radges for the week for the quarter stretch and covered 1 stand. $5. Radges for each day, $2.50. Gate fee to the j field and open stand sl. Race to commence at 1 o'clock CALVIN GREEN & CO. j The great racs of FOUR MILE HEATS will take pi ace I to morrow, in which are entered LIZZIE McDONALD, (late Sue Washington,) TAR RIVER,and SLASHER. iLo-|J;irtnmln)) Jtctires. nPME CO PARTNERSHIP FORMER- J. LY existing between F. QUITZOW and J. McMl'L | LEN, is this day dissolved. The business will be carried j on by F. QUITZOW. ! Baltimore. Oct. llth, 1858. or 11 tf r |l|lE CATTLE SHOW JL OF THE j MARYLAND STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, I Will commence 011 tiie 19th OCTOBER, inst., and continue ! four days Stock and Machinery, : f, r the j exhibition, must la* on tiie ground on MONDAY, the iSth, lor by Tt'KSDA Y Morning, at 9 o'clock. Exhibitors (ex j cept in the Ladies' Department,) must be members of the j Society; hut feed will be furnished gratis for the stock on i exhibition. The Railroad and steamboat companies are ; expected to grant round trip tickets, and bring stock free i of charge, and some of them have already notified the So j ciety to that effect. Articles for the ladies' department, if more convenient, can be left at the Society's room. 128 Baltimore street, pre j vious to the day of opening, and admission tickets fur nished to the depositors thereof. Tickets of membership $3, and lists of premiums can lie i had of the Secretary. By order, SAMUEL SANDS, General Sec'y. Mr. WILSON M. CARY, the Agent of the Society, and I his authorized assistants, will call on the citizens of Haiti j more for their membership fees. IR OC6 2aw4t DYE WOODS, DYE STUFFS, DRY SALTERIES. | 3,000 bbls. chipped and ground DYE WOODS; 20 casks Madder, free from sand; 100 4 ' Bleaching Powders, high'test; 100 44 Soda Ash 44 44 200 casks and bbls. GLUE. Irish and American. ' Acids, all kinds, Mond. Cochineal, : Alum, lump and ground, l.ac Dye, j Bark, Pot and Pearl Ashes, lti. From. Pot Ash, Pruss. Pot Ash, I Blue Yitrol f Pumice Stone, Borax. iParis White, i China Clay, Roll Brimstone, 'Copperas, ; Red Tartar, • Cream Tartar, Red Lead, j Cudbear, Sugar of Lead, j Uutcli, Sicily Sumac, Emery, Sal-Soda. I Extract Logwood, Sand Crucibles, j Gum Shellac, (Terra Japonica, : Indigo Caraccas, 'Verdigris, 44 Bengal, . Whiting, &e., Ac., I For sale by B. J. BAKER, oc!2 lm 36 South Charles street. DR. BAAKEE i TREATS ALL DISEASES FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. BAAKEE will also give special attention to the fol lowing cases: Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Croup, Influ enza, Astluna, 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, (acuteand chronic,) Neuralgia, Paralysis, Epilepsy, Dyspepsia. Piles, and all derangements of the I Stomach, Liver and Bowels; and also to all chronic Female j diseases. Social attention will be given to the treatment ; of the EYE and EAR. j Without the use of the Knife or Needle, ami he hascon ] stantly on hand an excellent assortment of beautiful Ai ! tificial 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 j 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 success in curing Cancer, old Sores or Ulcers, Fistula, j Swellings or Tumors of every description, and without the i use of the knife. Special arrangements must be made with ! 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 Lite dis ease, shall be promptly answered, and a package of medi cine will be sent by gnail 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 STS. opposite Monument Square, Baltimore, Md ocft-tfr STAVES AND LUMBER: Fv STAVES OF ALL SIZES, up to 82 inch larges Pipe, on hand, and Rills of Lumber of WHITE OAK in eluding SHIP TIMBER and PIN E, HICKORY and WAI, NUT, cut to any dimensions ordered. Apply to GEORGE A. WILLIAMS, . Dugan's Building, j jeo-tf or Camden Station. WATCHES. JEWELRY," AND SIL T V VER WARE. • | W . B . LARM 0 U R , I No. 10 Light St., opposite the Fountain Hotel, Light St., | invites the attention of purchasers to his ntw stock of fine GOLD and SILVER CASES,and warranted splendid time keepers. Also, a choice stock of French and American ; JEWELRY, of the latest patterns; Sterling Silver and Albata Ware of every variety of style; Gold and Steel , Spectacles; Eye Glass; Clocks; Liquor Stands; Fancy , Goods, &e., at low prices. Watches and Jewelry repaired , in the best manner. Oclltfr OLDEST ESTABLISHED STAND IN THE CITY. ANDREW E. WARNER, No. 10 N. GAY STRFFT t MANUFACTURER OF ' I SILVER WARE AND FINE GOLD JEWELRY - AND DEALER IN* SILVER PLATED WARE, AND FANCY ARTICLES GENERALLY i Has in store a beautiful assortment or New Styles and r I Patterns of Rich Jewelry and Silver Ware suitable'for , presents, embracing a great variety of Set and Plain Gold t BROOCHES; Mosaic, Carbunkle. Coral, Pearl Lava j Cameo, Etruscan, Sc., EAR RINGS; BRACELETS' FIN"' I GER'RINGS, set with Diamond, ltuby. Emerald ' Pearl Opal, &c.; Ladies' 0(11,1) CHAINS; Vest and Guard t I Chains; Miniature LOCK ETS; Gold Thimbles; CuiT Hut ! tons and Pins; Signet, Chased and Plain Gold Rings, Pen cils and Pens; Sleeve BUTTON'S and STUDS: Gold' and t Jet Crosses; Jet Bracelets, Pins and Ear Rings; HAIR JEWELRY of beautiful designs, Ac Also a complete assortment of Best Quality Heavy Sil- I ver Plated TEA SETTS, Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Cake Baskets, Fruit, Butter and Salt Stands, Castors, Candle Sticks, Pearl Handle Dessert Knives, SPOONS, Forks. 1 J Ladles, FANCY ARTICLES, Ac., which will he sold on the most reasonable terms. s'2o-tf PHtENfX STEAM MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1820, CORNER SHARP AND GERMAN STREETS, j Persons owning family lots in public cemeteries or pri I vate burial grounds, are respectfully invited to call tie for ( purchasing elsewhere, and examine the stock of MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEADSTONES, Ac Of the best American and Italian marble, now finisher j and for sale at the above establishment. The assortment [ which is large, embraces original designs and of cheici 1 selections from the most appropriate and beautiful artists I structures in modern use. Also, MARBLE STATUE* GARDEN VASES. FOUNTAINS, and other ornamenV ; appropriate for Gardens, Dwellings, or Grave lots con stantly on baud. A LEX AN DER GADDKSS, Proprietor, I : Steam Marble Works OLD PAPERS FUR SALE, nnwn?p^ aP i 4P ? RS FOR SAL,K AT 28 CENT! ' cms HUNDRED Apply at this Office apSA tf FOU SALE.—One superic ' ii 7 Ll M**!® Uied. Apply at Ni IUUM\J J 34 Aisqinth street. £■ uuMtf Cut 0 M. KRAUSER, O# WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ANTHRACITE COAL, From the very best mines in Pennsylvania. YARD— North street, opposite N. *C. R. R. Depot. OFFICE — 31# Sooth street. •7*2.240 lbs. to the ton, given in all cases. 522 tf CHARLES GILMOR & CO,, DEALERS IN ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COALS. Office, No. 23 Law Buildings. We have now on hand and are constantly receiving AN THRACITE COAL front the best mines, for furnace and cooking purposes, which we will sell at the lowest rates Our stock embraces— BLACK DIAMOND, .SHORT MOUNTAIN, LOCUST GA P, TREVORTON, COAL MOUNTAIN, LEHIGH. I.YKENS VALLEY, .BROAD MOUNTAIN, LOR BERRY, JCUMBERLAND COAL. We have on hand and will be constantly receiving, t4 Gray's superior White Ash COAL, from the region of the Bait. Co's. Mines, and which we warrant equal to the Bait. Co's. Coal, or any other in market, in every respect. The best quality of Coal for Furnace $5.25 per ton of 2,240 lbs. Cooking Coal at $5 per ton of 2,240 lbs. Cumberland Coal for sale by the carload, cargo or single ton, at lowest rates. Orders through the P. O. attended to. aalfi CIOAL! / COAL! COAL I COAL AT FIVE DOLLARS PER T0N—2.240 pounds. Superior quality of White, Red, and Grey Ash COAL. Delivered free of charge in any part of the city, at $5 per ton —2,240 pounds. JOHN G. McCULLOUGH, Coal and Wood Dealer. Office—N W. corner Pratt and Fremont streets. 44 N. W corner Park and Fayette streets. Wharf—foot Eutaw street. KINDLING WOOD! KINDLING WOOD! I am now preparing on my wharf, by steam power, SAWED AND SPLIT OAK AND PINE WOOD, which I will sell and deliver free of charge at TEN PERCENT, less than any dealer in the city. JOHN G. McCULLOUGH, Office—Pratt and Fremont streets. 41 Park and Fayette streets. WOOD! WOOD?" OAK AND PINE WOOD without being sawed ! and split, for sale at prices as low as can be purchased at ; Light street, or other wharves in tiie citv. JOHN G. McCULLOUGH. Office—Pratt and Fremont streets. , 44 Park' md Fayetteftreeto, auio tf (CUMBERLAND COAL. J Bv cargo or car load, at the lowest market price, by STEPHEN S. LEE, aulO A 50 South Gay at. CI () Alj AG ENC V . —The under J signed having been appointed AGENT for the sale of I the 44 BOSTON COAL COMPANY'S" COAL, is now pre pared to offer this superior COAL in such quantities as ' may be desired, at the reduced price of FIVE DOLLARS j PER TON of 2,240 lbs., delivered in any part of the city, i The Mine is situated in Wyoming Valley, near Wilkes j barre, Fa. The COAL is I4 PURE WHITE ASH," burning i thoroughly, and leaving nothing but ashes. It has been tested by many of our most reliable citizens and raanu- I facturers, who ALL testify that it is the best COAL they j have ever burned. It is guaranteed to be free from bone and Slate or any j other impurities, and to give entire satisfaction to the pur chaser. ! As I shall sell no other Anthracite Coal, than that from 1 the "BOSTON COAL CO.'S'' Mine, purchasers will run no risk ; of getting an inferior or mixed Coal. I am also prepared to offer all the varieties of CUMBER LAND and other BITUMINOUS COALS, at the lowest i market prices, either by cargo or single ton, and respect fully solicit orders, which shall be attended to promptly ! and carefully. TIIOS. R. BASSFORD, au7-3mos No. 8# South street. GOAL! GOAL!! GOAL!l! 17DWARU A. ROBINS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ANTHRACITE AND CUMBERLAND COAL, OFFICE, No. 7 SUN IRON BUILDING, BALTIMORE. YARD— CORNER EDEN AND LOMBARD STS. 87" All orders left at our Office will be promptly attend ed t<. au3 tf £10 AL! COAL!! COAL!!! The verv best hard WHITE ASH COAL, suitable for FAMILY FURNACES and PARLOR STOVES of strong draft and choice soft RED ASH, prepared expressly for cooking purposes and stoves of light draft. For sale, de liverable in any part of the city at the very low prices of from $5 to $5.50 per ton of 2,240 pounds. Consumers will please call at the YARD, No. 78 NORTH near PLEASANT STREET, ami examine for themselves. HUDSON k O'LEARY, 78 North street, ; au4 tf Baltimore. I OIL. ! V_y CUMBERLAND COAL of the best quality, from the American Company's and other mines in the George's Creek Valley, constantly for sale bv the cargo or car load. STICKNEY k CO., | ap24-tf Exchange Place. CUAS. FOKSTIR, JR. WM. B. SLACK. COAL. FORSTER & SLACK, CJTIIPPEKS AND DEALERS IN ALL lOKINDS OF ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COAL have in yard and are prepared to deliver in good order, LUMP LEHIGH for Cupolas and Foundry purposes. Baltimore Company, Sunbury, Locust Gap and Lurberry White Ash, Lyken's Valley and Short Mountain Red Ash, for family use. Cumberland Coal for manufacturing and do mestic purposes. UPPER YARD, —Howard Street, oppo site Centre. LOWER YARD, —Corner Albemarle and Alice j Anna Streets fch22 tf. OTTO SUTRO. JKHLL "I I IT T'l Graduate of the Royal Conscrva VY -r .1 ' ir ./ tory of Music, at Brussels, respect fully informs his friends and the public, that he will re sume his INSTRUCTIONS ON THE PIANO-FORTE, AND IN SINGINO. RESIDENCE NO. D 4. IIAVOVER STREET REFERENCES: REV. DR. J. C. BACKUS, I REV. DR.H. V. D. JOHNS, REV. DR. RICHARD FULLER, REV. DR. JOHN O MORRIS REV. MR. U. A. LEAKIN, | REV. MR. TIIOS. E. PECK* REV. MR. OTIS 11. TIFFANY, ; THOMAS WINANB. ESQ , } COL. HUGH GELSTO* DR. SAM. B. MARTIN, | J S. JENKINS R-t flfi-lmr* JOHN M. MAW. MANHFACTITKER ANDDKALER IN PAPF.R HANUINUS, UN'KN' it VENETIAN BUNDS PAPER, PLAIN AND PAINTED STICK BLINDS, &C. ! No. 26 North Liberty st. * abnve Fayette, Baltimore Havinjt removed from No. -18 E. Baltimore St., and fitted up tin- above establishment, lie is prepared to Paper Rooms at the shortest notice. ( li] Cloth, Carpeting and Matting fitted to rooms. Upholstering neatly executed ; BE is also ready to furnish all articles in his line at CHKAP- I kr RATES than any other establishment. GOLD SHADES j as low as $1 — and alt other articles in proportion. tty-Old Blinds repainted and ri trimmed. s8 2mr • ; EDIV. KCRT7. SCHAEFFEE, WILLIAM R. BARRY FRANCIS B. LONE Y, ROBERTS. FINLEY. i IT ARDWARE.— A 1 SCHAEFKER & LONF.Y, IMPORTERS OF i HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS NO. 3 IT A NO VER STREET, ' NEAR BALTIMORE STREET, | jyl tf BALTIMORE. HANSON'S GREAT VEGETABLI REMEDIES, I For the cure of all diseases of the Chest and Lungs— j Coughs, Colds, Dyspepsia, Pains, internal anil external; I Neuralgia, Headache. Toothache, Cramps in the stomach' ; Kidney and Blood diseases. Weakness of the hack, Ac j Also, old and inveterate Sores, Bone Felons, and diseases in general. These Medicines are Hanson's COUGH REM EDY, Hanson's PAIN LOTION, with five others which I comprise the series. 244 NORTH EDEN ST , I OCLI LY _ near Chew. Baltimore. S|l c . EM M E 111 CH7 * BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, NO. 18 S O UT II STREET J 0 " -1 V BALTIMORE. ,tvh I' IBE-PI.A( E S I o\ ES.—For lieai- J—M ing ONE, TWO or THREE SToRIES-a very large | assortment, at ROBBINS & CO., 46 and 48 Light street , corner of Balderston, _ ~ - below Lombard street, (west side) T IGIJT! "LIGHT!"" -Li Wholesale Agency for JONES' PATENT LAMPS supermr to all others in the market. Also, dealer in COAL RIL L W,H S .°. F lEVERY 1 EVER Y description. Constantly on hand, | COAL OIL of the very best quality, whi LI we will sell at the market price in quantities to suit purchasers. „ „ AM MI DON (t CO., 8 ' No. 1 South Liberty st. " I \[ EW I'ATKNT C OAL SIFTER ; L' HARRIS' NEW PATENT COAL SIFTER TIIE GREAT INVENTION OF THE AGE 1 | SIMPLE, ECONOMICAL, DURABLE. ON EXHIBITION AND FOR SALE AT THE AGENT'S i ■ OFFICE. NO. 49 EXCHANGE PLACE, : Opjiosite Custom House, ' __oel-.16m S AM I, HARRIS. r ,'<7 MARSHBAJNK FULTON COOK t IJSSF STOVE, FOR WOOD OR COAL—FIVE SIZES e 1 if^u7'v[. 1 L Fou '', Tl ' ousaudoftließe Y KKY DESIRA I.L.H SL OT HE. have been sold within the past two years • asi no dissatisfaction. For sale in this city only by ROBBINS & CO., I I 46 and 48 Light street , (UOFTHF.UN AM) WF.SIT.RN HKM 3 . k_7 LOCK SOI. F. LEATHER DEPOT AND AGFVCV I DEP..T E.OR THE SALE OF SHOE PEGS, at Boston am 1 Ne w \ ork prices, from one peek to a thousand barrels a I prices heretofore unsold in Baltimore. Likewis? ins , j "PEHE''A FNLL and complete assortment of SHOE FIND ' 'NT-S. embracing every quality of the most standard s'ho, • Thread. M.oe Tools and Nails, Lasts, in fact evervtl. N - connected with the shoe finding business, on MJ £ e F L™ -IF" tl)*E large: a>. ortment of hemlock and oak Sole Leather, prime Ui Imnse i'n HaHimore on' ha^f"r a ;alf 1,9 ' TannerS ' andCu " i |;™H T ,j i,, 42 South Calvert street, I - ' _ One door north of Lombard i A PAGE'S MANTELS, £°*'™£ NTJ OAND 0 AND TOMBSTONE B I ILD 1 N G WORK, 1 jylS-dly ' ERT STEBET . DEAR FRANKLIN, gAMOEL A. HOUSE] ; ( L alf O/ AVunmn d: House,) e PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT, 5 " ! rnnv iro„ AXD NKALER IN N C RN MEAL, GRAIN, MILL FEED, BALED HAY, & (! I 2SG W. PRATT STRF.RT, ?1 . Two doors East of Howard, y j lhe store recently occupied by Willis &Co ,) Baltimor d .. . REFEKKNCES: MESSRS. NEWCOMER & STONEBRAKER. - I " C. I>. HIMKS k Co. CHAITNCY BROOKS, ESQ., Pres'T Bait. & O. R. R Co 1 CIIAS. R. COLEMAN, Cash. Meeh's Bank, j MESSRS. J AS. HOOPER & SONS I PAT'K GIBSON, ESQ.. Bank of Baltimore J.'HN E. WILLIS. ESQ. , J H. L. McAVOY & CO J STOVE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE. - HANVFACTDRFRI J NO. 14 LIGHT STREET, OPP. FOUNTAIN HOTE ;; TI WM. <1 Also, sole agents for BOYXTON'S ' I II" | S J? L If CL . K r R |!, NU Vb >TII (TIN.) •i ! r TY . ARM AIR FURV 4(' V ,1 PUBHC AND PRITATE BU.fdingf, N,uicl, F" MORNING STAR COOKING RANGES, K T,, , . . HOT AIR PARLOR STOVES j 524 dly" G ' TS HRRN( ''"" < PROMPTLY attendedAe. I fSOfP 'Aisks HOOTS, SHOES] 810 IE ! 1 GANS AND RUBBERS, s, ; received by late arrivats and for salebv the package at F ,N tory prices by JOHN C BAI.DF.RSTON, , - ' ~ Commission Merchant . H -"" LN,R No. 14 Hanover st ' rW| GOLD'S IMPROVED AUTOMAT! M STEAM HEATER PUT UP AND GUAR ANT Fl' A To WORK PERFECTLY, by M RE ROBBINS &CO 1 : v n Thi iif itpd Nos. 46 and 48 Light st'reetl i <j. ,' This 11 LATER can be put up complete at aw <1 little more cost than a Hot Air Furnace, while its ruh it, tagesjover HoUA ir arealmoat innumerable t J rpHE CALVERTON ~ S ± COPPER SMITH WORKS Si ■ !SslS'<is;iH OR REPAIR ' K ' ALL KINDS OF COPPER WORK _ ... AT SHORT NOTICE. _ * _ JOHN M BRUCE] ' 8 i f, AiR~PREMIU V - : CANHELD,BBO.K CO , have made extens IO KS Uon ! ,C fi " orders for Premiums W Vawarde ■o Gob?eS r^aimr r . ,C c tUra !n Kai L 8 - such " Sih '*r POeh F 30 tfr P9 ' TUMBLER > PUNCH Bowls, Ac.