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M. KRAUSER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
nF.AI.KK IX ANTHRACITE COAL,
From the very best mines in Pennsylvania.
YARD—North street, opposite N. C. K. K. Depot.
OFFICE— 3I& South street. _ .
ttiT'l'i4o lbs. to the ton, given in all s'-*-tf
CIHARLES GILMOR & CO,,
) HEALERS IN
ANTHRACITE AM I BITUMINOUS COAI.S.
(itlice. \<>. Si Law Buildings.
We havenow on hand and arc constantly receiving AX
THKACITK COAL from the best mines, for furnace and
cooking purposes, which we will sell at the lowest rates.
Our stock embraces —
BLACK DIAMOND, (SHORT MOUNTAIN,
LOCUST OA I*. TREVORTO.V,
COAL MOUNTAIN, LEHIGH,
I.YKKXS VALLEY, IBROAD MOUNTAIN,
LOR BERRY. JCUMBERLAND COAL.
We have on hand and will be constantly receiving,
"Gray "s superior \\ bite Ash COAL, from the region of the
Bait. (Vs. Mines, and which we warrant equal to the Bait.
Co s foal, or any other in market, in every respect. The
best quality of Coal for Furnace $5.25 per ton of 2.240 lhs.
Cooking foal at $5 per ton of 2.240 lhs. Cumberland Coal
for sale by the carload, cargo or single ton, at lowest
rat,-.. Orders through the I'. o attended to. aul6
/lOAL!
COAI, I
COAL AT FIVE DOLLARS PER TON-2,240 pounds'
Superior quality of White, Red, and Grey Ash COAL.
it.-/ Delivered free of charge in any part of the city, at
$ per ton —2.240 pounds.
JOHN - G. McCULLOUGH,
Coal and Wood Dealer.
Office—\\. corner Pratt and Fremont streets.
" N. M corner Park ami Fayette streets.
Wharf—foot Eutaw street.
IZINDLING WOOD!
KINDLING WOOD!
I am now preparing on rov wharf, by steam power,
SA WKD AXI) SPLIT OAK AND PINK WOOD, which I
will sell and deliver free of charge at TEN PER CENT,
less than any dealer in the city.
JOHN G. McCULLOUGH,
Office—Pratt and Fremont streets.
44 Park and Fayette streets.
\\roOD! WOOD!
v T OAK AND PINE WOOD without being sawed
and split, for sale at prices as low as can he purchased at
Light street, or other wharves in the citv.
JOHN G. McCULLOUGH.
Office—Pratt and Fremont streets.
Park and Fayetteftreeto, auio tf
CUIMB K.ULAND COAL. ~
J By cargo or car-load, at the lowest market price, by
STEPHEN S. LEE,
A f.O S.mth.Gay st.
rf' "t <> AI . A(I K.\ <' Y. Tin 1 uiuler-
VV signed having been appointed AG EXT for the sale of
the "BOSTON COAL COMPANY'S" COAL, is now pre
pared to offer this superior COAL in such quantities as
may he desired, at the reduced price of FIVE DOLLARS
PER TON of 2.240 lhs.. delivered in any part of the city.
The Mine is situated in Wyoming Valley, near Wilkes
barre, Pa. The COAL is 44 PURK WHITE ASH," burning
thoroughly, and leaving nothing but ashes. It has been
testeil by many of our most reliable citizens and manu
facturers, who ALL testify that it is the best COAL they '
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- j
Chaser.
As I shall sell no other Anthracite Coal , than that from |
the 4 4 BOSTON COALCO/S" Mine, purchasers will run no risk ;
of getting an inferior or mixed Coal.
I am also prepared to offer all the varieties of CUMBER- I
LAND and other 811 I MINOI S COALS, at the lowest '
market prices, either by cargo or single ton, and respect- j
fully solicit orders, which shall be attended to promptly !
and carefully. TIIOS. R. BASSFORD,
~^ inoß No. 8# South street.
COAL! COAL!! COALU!
A. ROBINS,
-Li WIIOF.ESAI.E ANU RETAIL HEALER IN
ANTHRACITE AND CUMBERLAND COAL,
OFFICE, Xu. 7 SUX IRON BUILDING,
BALTIMORE. I
YARD— CORNER EDEN AND LOMBARD STB. :
orders left at our Office will be promptly attend- I
<■'' <"■ au.l tf ,
JPOAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
The very best hard WHITE ASH COAL, suitable for
FAMILY FURNACES and PARLOR STOVES of strong 1
draft and choice soft RED ASH, prepared expressly for
cooking purposes and stoves of light draft. For sale, de
liver,aide in any part of the city at the very low price 9of
from £5 to sf.ad p.-r lon of 2,24'J pounds. Consumers will
please call t the YARD. No. 7S NORTH near PLEASANT ■
STREET, and examine for themselves.
HUDSON & O'LEARY,
78 North street,
au4tf Baltimore.
/ A GAL.
Ly CUMBER!,AND COAL of the host quality, from the
American Company's and other mines in the George's
Creek Valley, constantly for sale by the cargo or car load
STICKNEY k CO.,
Mwetf Exchange Place.
CBAS. FORSTER, JR. WM.B. SLACK. '
COAL.*
FORSTER&SLACK,
SHIPPERS AND DF.ALEUS IN ALL
KINDS OF ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COAL 1
have in yard and are prepared to deliver in good order, j
MP LEHIGH for Cupolas and Foundry purposes.
Baltimore Company, Sunbury, Locust Gap and Lorlierrv
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 YAUI), —Comer Albemarle and Alice
Anna Streets feb22 tf. '
rr- 3 - tea OTTO SIJTRO .|ti :
h ) 1 ""j if Graduate of the Royal Cnnscrva SvN'dsL
J Vl I it'ory of Music, at Brits Is. iv.-pect-^S/e 5
his friends and the public, that he will re-
I'.STRUCTJONS ON THE PIANO-FORTE,
L. . AXD IV SINGING.
• RES.-'IF.XCE NO. 94, HANOVER STREET
REFERENCES:
REV. DR. J. c. BACKUS, I UKV. DR.H. V. D. JOHNS,
REV. PR. RICHARH FT'LLF.R, I REV. HR. JOHN G MORRIS I
REV. MB. G. A. LFAKIX, | REV. MR. TLTOS. E. PECK* R
REV. MR. OTIS H. TIFFANT,
THOMAS TCINANS, ESQ , | COL. HUGH GELSTOJK
DR. SAM. B. MARTIN, | J.S.JENKINS RL {,
slti Imr*
f OHN "MTMANN,
•9 MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
PAPER HANGINGS, LINEN k VENETIAN BLINDS
PA PER,
PLAIN AND PAINTED STICK BLINDS, &C.
No. 2ti North Liberty st.
above Fayette, Baltimore ; :
Having removed from No. 48 K. Baltimore st., and fitted 4
up the above establishment, he is prepared to Paper
Rooms at the shortest notice. Oil Cloth, Carpeting and 1
Matting fitted to rooms. Upholstering neatly executed, j
He is aiso ready to furnish all articles in his line at CHEAP- 1
Kit RATES than any other establishment. GOLD SHADES
as low as sl—and all other articles in proportion.
My* Old Blinds repainted and retrimmed. sS 2mr
*W. KURTZ SCHAXF] KB., WILLIAM B. BABBT
FRANCIS B. LONKY, ROBERT S. FINLEY.
IRVIN NEALE.
HARDWARE.—
SCHAEFFER k LONEY,
IMPORTERS OP
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS,
AO. 3 IfAXOVER STREET,
NEAR BALTIMORE STREET,
j.vMf BALTIMORE.
HANSON'S GREAT VEGETABLE
REMEDIES,
For the cure of all diseases of the Chest and Lungs
Coughs, Colds. Dyspepsia. Pains, internal and external;
Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Cramps in the stomach,
Kidney and Blood diseases. Weakness of the hack. &c.—
Also, old and inveterate Sores, Bone Felons, and diseases
in general. These Medicines arc Hanson's COUGH REM
EDY. Hanson's PAIN LOTION, with five others, which
comprise the series. 344 XOHTI, EKEN ST ,
ocH-ly near Chew, Baltimore.
B|L C . EM M E RICH,
BOOT AND SHOE
M ANUFACTUKER,
AO. 18 SOUTH STREET,
je23-ly BALTIMORE.
FIRE-PLACE STO\ ES.— For HEAT
ING ing ONE, TWO or THREE STORIES—a very large
assortment, at BOBBINS & CO.,
48 and 4S Light street,
corner of Balderston,
_s."o tf below Lombard street, (west side).
LIGHT! LIGHT!
Wholesale Agency for .IONF.S' PATENT LAMPS,
superior to all others in the market. Also, dealer in COAL
OIL LAMPS of every description. Constantly on hand
COAL oil. of the very host,, inlitv. wlii 1. we will sell at
the market price in quantities *0 suit purchasers
A .MM II ION & CO.,
s Tp. ~' p \ r f" ' 'South Liberty st.
1\ ' /.NT COAL SIFTER.
N F.V HARRIS'
THE ORf PATENT COAL SIFTER,
g,Y_. 17* I AVE AT/OA OF THE AGE.
"f .IPLE, ECONOMICAL, DURABLE
ON EXHIBITION AND FOR SALE AT THE AGENT'S
OFFICE.
AO. 49 EACIIA AGE PLACE,
Opposite Custom House,
ocl-d6m SAM'I, HARRIS.
AAU MA RSI I RANK FULTON COOK
Cjjjjjfl STOVE, FOR WOOD OR COAL—FIVE SIZES.—
Nearly Four Thousand of these VERY DESIRA
BLE STOVES have been sold within the past two years,
ani no dissatisfaction. For sale in this eity onlv by
ROBBINS & CO.,
. 46 and 48 Light street.
COUTHERN AND WESTERN IJ KM
O LOCK SOLE LEATHER DEPOT, AND AGENCY
DEPOT FOR THE SALE OF SHOE PEGS, at Boston and
New York prices, from one peck to a thousand barrels, at
prices heretofore unsold in Baltimore. Likewise, just
>pened a full and complete assortment of SHOE FIND
INGS, embracing every quality of the most standard Shoe
Thi cad. Shoe Tools and Nails. Lasts, in fact everything
:onnccted with the shoe finding business, on my nimble
rixjieiice principle of low prices, together with the largest
issortment of hemlock and oak Sole Leather, prime Up
>ers. Kips and finished Leather to be found in any one
louse in Baltimore.
Mills, Tanners'and Curriers' Tools always on
land for sale. p. If. GRUPY,
42 South Calvert street,
°* *y One door nortli of Lombard.
A PAGE'S
MARBLE WORKS,
WAATELS, MO ACME ATS AAV TOMBSTOAES
BUILDING WORK,
N. CALVERT STREET, NEAR FRANKLIN,
jyl9-dly_
BAMUEL A. HOUSE,
(Late of Ehrman d• House.)
FLOUR AND
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCITA AT
AND PEAI.EK IX
10RN MEAL, GRAIN, MILL FEED, BALED HAY, ko
No. 286 W. PRATT STREET,
Two doors East of Howard,
The store recently occupied by Willis & C 0.,) Baltimore
REFERENCES:
MESSRS. NEWCOMER & STONEBBAICER.
" C. D. HISKS & Co.
CIIACNCV BROOKS, Esq., l'res't Bait. & 0. R. R. Co.
CHAS. R. COLEMAN, Cash Mech's Bank.
MESSRS. JAB. HOOPER & SONS.
PAT'K GIBSON, ESQ.. Bank of Baltimore.
JOBS E. WILLIS, ESQ. s2l-6m
,4-iv M. L. McAVOY A- CO..
•jjjjjjH STOVE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE
53S* MANUFACTURERS,
NO. 14 LIGHT STREET, OPP. FOUNTAIN HOTEL.
Depot for the sale of the
WM. PEX.N AND NOBLE COOK STOVES.
Iso, sole agents for BOYNTON'S
SELF-CLEARING VENTILATING
WARM AIR FUR A ACES.
or neating Public and Private Buildings, Churches
MORNING STAR COOKING RANGES,
AND
HOT AIR PARLOR STOVES.
Plumbing in all its branches promptly attended to.
s24dly
CASES BOOTS, SHOES7MO-
J\J GANS AND RUBBERS,
reived bv late arrivals and for sale by the package at fac
•ry prices by JOHN C. BALDERSTON,
Commission Merchant,
oj7 ?mr No. 14 Hanover st.
rfWGonrs fMPTHJVKITAUTOMATIC
~M STEAM HEATER PUT UP AND GUARANTEED
53?T0 WORK PERFECTLY, by
ROBBIXS k CO.,
Nos. 46 and 48 Light street.
N. B. This nF.ATER can be put up complete at a very
ttlc more cost than a Hot Air Furnace, while its advar.
ges over Ilot-Airare almost innumerable. s3O-tf
fHE CALVfeRfON
t- COPPER SMITH WORKS,
T AM pitv-piDm o, " 4 -VORTH CALVERT SREET.
AM lUEPAREt, TO MAKE TO ORDER,
ALL KINDS OF £ WORK,
BRtp k *; A1 K PREMIUMS
eparations to fill order, f r)r Premium!! ," la ' le
e different. agricultural Co awarded
,bl eta f Waiters, Cups, Tumblers ,lCh
fhutograpiiiT.
WDA VIS.
• AMBROTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPH
GALLERY
No. 121 BALTIMORE STREET,
! HUI6-6m three doors above Smith. Baltimore.
H H.CLARK'S
• AMBROTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
No. 23 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
( Corner Centre Market Space J
ap2-6mos Baltimore.
PLUMBERS,
CJW. FISHER. A. HUNTER.
T7MSIIER &■ HUNTER.
; -L PRACTICAL PLUMBERS,
138 West Fayette Street, near Howard,
ROOFERS,
AND DEALERS IN
HOT AIR FURNACES, RANGES AND STOVES,
00l tf] TIN k SHEET IR'X WORK To ORDER.
PLUMBING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
—By JAMES FAY, No. 16 Sharp St., 2 doors south
|of German st. f Baltimore. Keeps constantly on hand au
assortment of HYDRANTS, Lift and Force PUMPS,
Rams, Water Closets, Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Zinc. WASH
BASINS and BATH FIXTURES of every description,
1 put up -t the shortest notice on the most improved princi
ple. AH JOB WORK punctually attended to on the most
reasonable terms. *2B-1 y
1 FREDERICK BULL,
PRACTICAL HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER,
s. E. curner SARATOGA AMI PARK STREETS
Dealer in Forcing Pumps, Water Wheels, Hydrants,
Pen Stocks, Fire Plugs, Horse Power Pumps. Or
namental Fountains, Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Water
Backs, Iron and Copper Boilers, Cooking Ranges, Ac.
Plumbing in all its various branches. All orders will
receive prompt and personal attention. All work war
ranted. slip 3m
<®as fitting.
#A.AS FITTING AND FIXTURES.
BL A I It fc CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
GAS FIXTURES,
No. 366 W. BALTIMORE STREET
N. B. GAS PIPE INTRODUCED by experienced workm
and warranted free from leaks.
RE GILDING, RE BRONZING, and SILVERING done at th
short*-* notice. e ap29-tfr
p AS FIXTURES/
VT OAS FITTING!
A large assortment of
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
GAS FIXTTRES
constantly on hand—to be sold cheap for cash at
JOHN RICHARDS,
No. 274 BALTIMORE STREET,
Nearly opposite Hanover.
GAS PIPES FITTED
into houses of every class by expcri<ffi&d workmen, and
warranted free from leaks s3O tf '
w/ ES T & jEVE NS ,
T ▼ IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS,
AND DEALERS IN
GAS FIXTURES,
Of every Description,
No. 206 Baltimore Street.
BALTIMORE
Gas Pipes introduced intop üblic and private buildings i
in the best-manner and on the most pleasing terms,
mrll-tf
3grirultur;il.
ILNoTi & CURTIS,
COMMISSION" MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
GUANOS. VIE LU SEEDS , ifc.,
NO. 93 LOMBARD STREET,
Baltimore.
! Liberal advances ma<le on consignment. oc6 tf
rpO PUR( /HASERS OF
j JL PERUVIAN GUANO.
We still have for sale PERUVIAN Gl'AN'O, of the most
• recent and direct importation into this market, and in
spected by .Air. Pitts, State Inspector, and are the ONLY
HOUSE who have had such Guano for sale during the ea-
I tire present season.
The opening of the new agency of the Peruvian govern
ment in this city, obviating the necessity of procuring
supplies from New York, enables us to inform fanners
and dealers that we will continue to furnish the same su
perior article, the demand for which has exceeded all
others this season, of latest importation and inspection, at
reduced prices, in quantities of one to one thousand tons
P. MALCOM & CO.,
Grain and Guano Warehouse, Wood street,
tf Rowly's wharf.
PERI VIAN (i{ ANO.—-The entire caigo
of the ship "Ocean Pearl," just landed, being the
! strongest in ammonia, and the best in quality and condi
tion of any cargo offered in this market during the present
season; for sale by p. MALCOM k CO.,
oc7 tf s Wood st.. Bowly'g wharf.
(1 I.JAXO1 .JAXO.—No. I PERUVIAN AND
VJOALIFORXIAN.and A. A. BROWN MEXICAN, for
N. E. BERRY,
5 * tf No. 63 Pratt street.
REESE'S
I "MANIPULATED GUANO,"
ANALYSIS.
Ammonia, 8 per cent.
Phospate of Lime, 45 to 50 per cent.
Water, 6 per cent.
In perfectly pulverized condition.
CALIFORNIA GUANO.
ANALYSIS.
Ammonia, 10 per cent.
Phosphate of Lime, 23 per cent.
Water, 28 percent.
By comparing the above analysis, the superiority of
REESE'S "MANIPULATED" will be apparent, both in
reference to the relative quantity of water and phosphates
For sale—The above articles. Also, PERUVIAN
GUANO. JOJIN S. REESE k CO.,
No. 77 South street,
Over Corn Kxehango.
CM ANO! Gl ANO!
J PERUVIAN, CALIFORNIA, COLUMBIAN
WHITE MEXICAN and "AA" BROWN
MEXICAN GUANOES,
All of the best qualities. Also, BONE DUST, Beßnrg's
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and other Fertilizers,
for sale in lots to suit, at the lowest market prices, by
WILLIAM ROBINSON,
Xos. 4 and 6 Hoi lings worth street.
au23 tf near Pratt street wharf.
T> OMULUS R. GRIFFITH,
J[\i GUANO AND PHOSPHATE OF LIME AGENCY, j
No. 84 Exchange Place, up stairs. offer for sal.- GU \NOS
PHOSPHATE OF LIME, GROUND BONES, and other
fertilizing manures. an If. 2m
G'UANO! (il ANO!- 2(10 tons "Brown
r.M. xiran" GUANO, analysing s.j per cent bone plios
phateof lime, for sale by W.M. F. MURDOCH,
an 26 ft O'Donneil's wharf. j
W. ARNOLD'S
I DOMESTIC RP.F.AD.
A T o. 118 WEST FAYETTE STREET.
AGENTS WANTED! AGENTS WANTED!!
Having dissolved all connection with the Mechanics !
Bakery, I am now prepared to furnish for the trade from i
1 to 5,000 loaves of bread per day. au4>eotf
(COFFINS, COFFINS:
J HAYS & MORSE,
CARVERS AXP MAXUFACTDRERS OF
COMPOS ITI O X O 11 X A M KXT S.
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 m Aerials, and or the most ap
proved patterns. These Coffins being made so as to he
TAKEN A PART, offer great inducements to the Country 1
Trade, as they can be shipped at small expense, anil to the
city trade, as they will occupy hut small space, and in cane
of fire can be saved withmit cxjwsure.
For sale Uiff. For terms, apply as above. oil 21 v
T MO RRIS WA MP I, ER .
• • CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER
M ECU A NIC AI, DR A WINGS.
It ALT! MORE PATENT AGE NOV
DESIGN'S, SPECIFICATIONS, AND CONTRACTS
For Cottages and other Buildings.
FARMS, LOTS AND CEMETERIES
SURVEYED, LAID OFF. AND MAPPED.
OFFICE N. E. COR. BALTIMORE AND GAV STREETS,
(Up stairs.)
REPEP.F.XCE9.
Prof.A.D.Bache, Su.U.S.C.S. Thos. Winans, Esq.,
.1. H. B. I.atrobe, Esq., Win. G. Harrison. Esq.,
J.C. N'eilson, Esq.. Arch't. Juo. S. Brown, Esq.,
Gov. J. J. Stevens, Dr. R. S. Stewart,
Gen. Geo. H. Steuart, Dr. A. C. Robinson,
Robt. C. Wright, Esq., |Dr. J. G. Morris,
ocll tf
,A> II A RFTIS' SPO R TING
WAREHOUSE.
/TLRXL, MAKER AND IMPORTER OF
I GUNS, RIFLES AND PISTOLS,
11G IV EST PRATT STREET, NEAR SOUTH.
The attention of the sporting public is called to the
stock of goods offered for sale at No. 110 Pratt street, a re
cent importation, and warranted unsurpassed in tiie city.
A i/eneral assortment of
SINGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL GUNS,
COLT'S REPEATIXO.
AND ALLEN'S AND WARNER'S REVOLVERS,
together with every article appertaining to the business.
STOCKING and REPAIRING done with neatness and
dispatch. ocll-3m W.M. HARRIS.
PACA MILLS.
GEO. W. WAIT & SON, Proprietors,
WAREHOUSE 72 SOUTH STREET,
Have now ready fresli stocks of their goods, in every
variety of package, including
MUSTARD, in wood, tin and glass;
PURE GROUND SPICES, all kinds, in wood, tin and
glass;
TABLE SALT, in bags and boxes;
RICE FLOUR, CURRIE. Ac., Ac..
ALSO,
300 hags PEPPER;
200 " PIMENTO;
1.000 mats CASSIA;
3.000 lbs. NUTMEGS;
1,000 lbs; MACF.;
„ FI'IXF?. GIN ' GER iu bags and barrels; AFRI
CAAN BIRD PEPPERS,etc.
Agents also for the sale of Preston's Boston CHOCO
ATES and COCOA PREPARATIONS, at the lowest
JOHN RICHARDS,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GAS CHANDELIERS,
PTRX'IIAYTS, BKACKRTA, &C
274 W. BALTIMORE STREET, (up stairs.) 1
Sole Agent for Kidder's Patent Gas Regulators.
Gas Pipe introduced by experienced workmen and war
ranted. s2O-tf
WA. & F. MARBURG,
• IMPORTERS, AND
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 WEST LOMBARD ST.
We invite the attention of the trade to our large and
well assorted stock of German and Domestic CIGARS,
which our superior facilities enable us to sell at the lowest
figures. Large contracts made by us in Germany during
the dull times permit us to hold out extra inducements at
present, and the trade will find it their interest to exam
ne our stock before purchasing elsewhere. slB-tf
AT NO. 42 North Calvert street, comforta*
bl e Rooms and Board can be had for married or single
person MARTIN GOLDSBOROUGH, j
aujO-t Agent for keepers. !
Plfj RACKS.—By using which six pies j
can l>e put away and occupy no more space than one
for sale at the housekeeping warerooms of
CORTLAN h CO.,
aulO Ko. 21fl Baltimore st
W _ IIIIAM' "HOLLAND.
UPHOLSTERER ANI) PAPER HANGER,
No. 72 N. HOWARD ST.,
Just received a large and elegant assortment of UPHOL
STERY GOODS, embracing Satin Delains, Brocatelle,
I Repts, Cornices, Bands, Pins, kc. Also, LACE CUR
TAINS, Furniture Coverings, French and English Paper
Hangings and every variety of Window Shades
oc4-om
CHLOSS & BRO„
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 19 LIGHT STREET,
(Below the Fountain Hotel,) Baltimore.
By keeping constantly on hand a full assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS, they are ena
bled to furnish suits at prices that cannot fail to please.
Orders filled at the shortest notice apl3-tf
JAMES M. ANDERSON & SON,
KNGRAVERS,
No. 148 Baltimore, Street.
BANK NOTE, STEEL 4 COPPER PLATE PRINTING.
TNVITATION, WEDDING, VISITING
JL Cards, etc., Engraved and Printed in the most fashion
able styles. Corporate and Notarial Seals, Letter Stamps,
etc. London and Paris Visiting Cards, De La Rue's En
velopes. etc. fe22tf
PATENT BALANCE.—One larjrp Paten
Balance with dish, can hooks, kc.. for sale low by
GEO. L. HARRISON,
u3l-tf 6 O'Donnell's Whar
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE,
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE AT 26 CENTS
FEB HUNDRED. Apply at this Office. ap2o-tf
ganitcrs ;mii brokers.
SAMUEL HARF.IS & SONS,
BANKERS, STCX K, EXCHANGE AND
NO TE BROKERS,
No. 196 BALTIMORE STREET,
COLLECT on all accessible points in the United States
; and Canadas, promptly and on favorable terms.
1 BUY and SELL CHECKS and UNCURRKNT BANK
NOTES, at low rates.
1 NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER and STOCK LOANS, and
buy and sell on Commission STOCKS and SECURITIES
i n this and other markets.
RECEIVE in Bankable or Uncurrent Funds
and transact the Banking and Exchange Business in every
department. mh4 dl.v
I STOCK HOUSE
L 3 —OF—
JOHNSTON BROTHERS k CO.,
198 BALTIMORE STREET.
We attend PROMPTLY to the purchase and sale on
Commission of Stocks and Securities.
! Orders executed at the
BALTIMORE AND NEW YORK BOARDS.
STOCKS CARRIED.
We are always prepared to carry Stocks upon reasonable
i terms.
EXCHANGE AND
BANK ING DEPARTMENT.
We pay particular attention to the purchase and sale of
UNCURRENT MONEY, and are enabled from our active
reciprocal correspondence with the PRINCIPAL BANKS
j of the country, to buy at very low rates.
DISCOUNT INC TIME PAPER AND LENDING
MONEY ON COLLATERALS.
We are constant lenders of Money and purchasers of
Paper. Our large capital and constant control of money
; enables us to offer every inducement to b rrowers.
COLLECTIONS.
Have special care with PROMPT RETURNS AT LOW
RATES.
JOIINST ON BR O THE R S <£• CO..
j oc7 tf BANKERS.
0 JR~
BASEMENT CHESAPEAKE BANK,
NORTH STREET,
Buys and soils all the stocks and other securities of this
and other markets on commission. sell tf
'LUIO.MAS W.HALL,
X STOCK AXD BILL BROKER.
NO. 2 FRANKLIN BUILDING, NORTH STREET.
Buys and sells on commission, the STOCKS and SECURI
TIES of this and other markets; Negotiates Notes
Loans, Ac., kc. _ jyl4 3m
MCKIM is. CO.,
BANKERS, BROKERS,
AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
COR. BALTIMORE AXD ST. PAUL STS.,
Purchase and sell FOREIGN and DOMESTIC EXCHANGE,
negotiate Loans and Business Paper, purchase and sell :
Stocks and Securities. Make Collections on all prominent !
points in the United States anil Canada, make advances on
Stork and other Collaterals, receive deposits, and transact
Banking Business generally my2B-flm
1 SKA EL COHEN,
JL STOCK, RILL AXD NOTE BROKER,
No. a NORTH STREET,
Buvs and sells on commission all the Securities of tiiis
and other markets: negotiates Notes, Loans, <tc. [my4 tf
JOHN S GITTINOS. SENJ. it. WILLIAMS
JOHN 8. GITTINGS & CO.,
BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS,
COKNEK SOUTH AND SECOND STREETS,
Buy and sell on commission Stocks and Securities of this
and other markets.
ADVANCES made on Stocks, Notes and other Collat
erals: negotiate Time Paper and Stock Loans.
INTEREST allowed on deposits, and Banking busines
transacted generally. ap9-tf
PURVIS & CO.,
BANKERS;
NO. 208 BALTIMORE STREET,
Buy and sell ail kinds of UNCURRKNT MONEY, TREAS
URY NOTES, SIGHT and TIME DRAFTS,make COLLEC
TIONS on all parts of the United States, and transact all
other business pertaining to Private Banking ou very lib
eral terms. m2-eotf
MARTIN LEWIS,
BILL, NOTE, AND STOCK BROKER,
NO. fi, SOUTII STREET. UP STAIRS.
GIVES nis SPECIAL AND INDIVIDUAL ATTEN
TION, to the negotiation of
MERCANTILE PAPER,
EFFECTS LOANS
ON STOCKS AND BONDS,
AND DUYS AND SELLS THE PUBLIC
SECURITIES,
OF THIS AND OTHER MARKETS.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE, ou any first class t
Securities lift with him for sale. mr9 6m
PH. SI; LLI VAN
. STOCK AND BILL BROKER.
BUYS AND SELLS ON COMMISSION ALL THE SF,- !
CURITIES OF THIS AND OTHER MARKETS,
AND
NEGOTIATES BILLS, NOTES AND LOANS.
OFFICE, 24 SECOND STREET,
mrl7-tf (Curner of TripoteUs alley.) j
jsfotfet, foptgt, W.
f'UTY SIX PER CENT. STOCK OF
VyiSUO, wanted by P. 11. SULLIVAN, No. 24 Second
street. _ ' ocS-tf j
CTLTY STOCK OF I WANTF.I). I.Y
j/by P. H. SULLIVAN, Ho. at Second street. ocß-tf I
UIENTRAL OHIO R. R. 2nd Mortgage
Vy Bonds wanted by SAMUKL HARRIS, Jr., basement
Chesapeake Bank. oc"-tf
BALTIMORE CITY I'S, LSYU — FOR SALE
hy ISRAEL COHEN. No. S North st. ocs-tf
MECHANIC'S BANK STOCK Wanted
by SAMUEL HARRIS, Jr., basement Chesapeake j
Bank. oc4 tf
CIITY 6 PERCENT. LOAN, for sale by
/SAMUEL HARRIS, Jr., basement Chesapeake Bank, j
oc4 tf
TVTEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND
J. X BOSTON FUNDS, constantly for sale by SAM. HAR
RIS & SON. 196 Baltimore st. s2B tf
MERCHANTS', AND BANK OF BAL
TIMORE STOCK, for sale by
' P. H. SULLIVAN,
523 tf No. 24 Second st.
BALTIMORE SHOT TOWER COM
PANY'S STOCK, for sale by
P. 11. SULLIVAN,
s'd-'l tf \o. 24 Second st.
BALTIMORE & CUBA MINING AND
SMELTING COMPANY'S STOCK, wanted by
P. 11. SULLIVAN,
*B3 tf Xo. 24 Second st.
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSUR
_fI_ ANCE COMPANY'S STOCK for sale by
SAM'L HARRIS, JR
sel4 tf Basement Che apcawe Bank.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
BONDS, 1880,1873, and 1883, wanted by
sell tf s. HARMS, JR.
PRIME COMMERCIAL PAPER wanted
at best rates by ISRAEL COIIF.N,
jylft-if No. 5 North street.
STERLING EXCHANGE.
Ror sale bv KNOX & CO.,
aitlS tf 9 Grocer's Exchange.
BALTIMORE CITY li'sof 1b75 wanted by
ISRAEL COHEN,
jyfl tf No. ft Franklin Bank Buildings, North st.
TVTEW YORK EXCHANGE wanted by
A T LAMBERT GITTINGS,
je23-tf 3s Buelianan's Wharf.
DOUBLOONS.
128 PATRIOT DOUBLOONS, for sale by
Jeg-tf JAS. CORNER ic SONS.
TT'XCHANGE ON WELLS, FARGO FC
JLi CO., San Francisco, Cal., and on P. C. BOMBALIER
& CO., Havana, in sums to suit, for sale by
PEXDERGAST BROS.,
aplO-tf 77 Smith's Wharf, up stairs.
MARYLAND STATE STOCK,7O's AND
,90's wanted by JOHN S. GITTINGS Hi CO., corner
South and Second streets. mr'2o-tf.
petals, Jjiniitae, &r.
KEYSKR, T'iIOXJELh dTTJUI
IRON WAR EH O USE.
No. 19 SOUTH CALVERT ST.
TMPORTERS oi' all descriptions of IRON
A and STEEL. Have constantly on hand a complete as
sortment of
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH IRON
Manufacturers of
RAIL ROAD SPIKES AND CHAIRS.
Agents of the
VIADUCT AND LAUREL BOILER IRON WORKS
ELK SHEET IRON MILL, BRISTOL FORGE.
Also, agents for the best Pennsylvania and Maryland
ANTHRACITE and CHARCOAL PIG IRON FURNACES
fel>22-tf.
TJUGAN & JENKINS"
COMMISSION HARDWARE MERCHANTS
N<. 21 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
Are Agents for the following Manufactories:
THOMAS TI RTOX & SONS, CAST AND SHEAR STEEL.
WILLIAM GREAVES & SONS, FILES, RASPS, &C.
WALES FRENCH, AUGERS, AUGER BITTS, kc.
J. G. HOVKY, BORING MACHINES.
A. RANDALL, TACKS, FINISHING NAILS, kc.
PROVIDENCE TOOL COMPANY, NUTS, WASHERS AND
PLANE IRONS.
AMERICAN BUTT COMPANY, BUTT HINGES, SAD
IRONS, kc.
CHARLES 11. KELLOGG, CURRY COMBS, SCALES, kc.
IIALL, ELTON CO.. PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS.
SCOVILL MANUFACTURING CO., SHEET BRASS AND
BRASS BUTTS.
DAVID SNYDER, SHOVELS AND SPADES.
BRISTOL HARDWARE COMPANY, BRASS CANDLE-
STICKS.
PPNLOP k MADEIRAS. AXES. HATCHETS, kc. jvlO-tf
TV/[ KEITH, JR., & SON,
X ▼ I_ • MANUFACTURER'S AGENTS.
NO. 2) SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
Offer for sale at lowest rates—
Jared Pratt & Sons' Cut Nails, all sizes;
Keith, Jr.. &Co.*s Tacks, Shoe and Finishing Nails:
Nay lor & Co.'s Cast and Shear Steel;
Ames' k Rowland's Shovels and Spades;
Kimball's Patent Shovels and Spades;
Sheble, Lawson & Fisher's Forks;
American Butt Co.'s Hinges and Sad Irons;
Burden's Patent Horse Shoes;
King's American Clinch Nails;
Douglas' Pumps and Rams.
Fenn's Superior Axes;
Hollow ware, Castings and Cart Boxes;
lltyui* •",! Olicet I.uii, TV Kcttlif
Coal Hods, Asn SUOVM, tV.V CW.V
Axle Pullies, Faucets, Strap and T Tfinges
Ax Handles, Saw Frames, Shoe Knives; '
Coffee Mill-, . fcc.,&c. ocl-tf
VIVIAN & SONS' LONDON SHEATH
ING METAL FOR SHIPS.
The subscriber has received the Agency "of this celebrated
English Sheathing Metal, and has now in hand, and will
keep a supply of all sizes.
LAMBEPT GITTINGS,
ap24-tf [R] f>s Buchanan's Wharf.
Hi s S & C O L E .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
HARDWARE,
Xos. 27 and 29 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
f?22-tf. Baltimore
L. PARKE R~& CO.,
1J • IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN METALS
SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
between PRATT and CAMDEN STREETS.
OFFER FOR SALE:
TIN PLATE, of every description.
TERNE PLATE for roofing.
ENGLISH SHEET IRON, Nos. 10 to 27
AMERICAN " " " 14 to 27.
GALVANIZED" " " 18 to 28.
RUSSIA " " " 9to 18.
IRON WIRE, TINNED WIRE," oto 35.
SHEET ZINC, SPELTER.
PIG and BAR LEAD.
BANCA TIN, in Pigs and Bars.
LEAD PIPE and SHEET LEAD.
B°OP IRON, X in. to 2X in.
TINMEN'S TOOLS and MACHINES.
KETTLES, COPPER BOTTOMS, RIVETS,
. KETTLE EARS, kc. f.,22-tf.
UTICKNEYfc CO.,
DEALERS IN
NAILS, COAL AND IRON,
No. 67 Exchange Place, up stairs. fe2s-tf
OUNT VERNON CO.,
OFPICR, NO. 94 LoMBARn STRRRT,
Manufacturers of
COTTON CANVA'S.
A 1.8 O
RAVEN'S DUCK, SEINE AND SEWING
ap3o tfr
WMT H. EREK & CO.,
WItOLF.SALE DEALERS IS
MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO,
Antl Importers of
HAVANA, PRINCIPE ANI) GERMAN SEGARS,
And Manufacturers of Domestic.
Also, keep constantly on hand, PIPES of every kind,
Snuffs and Smoking Tobacco, Tobacco Knives, 4c., atlow
est market prices. ,
No. 96 LOMBARD STREET, BALTIMORE
Terms to regular customers, 4 months. First Bills in
variably cash. slO-tf
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, OCTOBER 15, 1858.
Insmnte Cumpnos.
I BREMEN'S INSI RANCEi OMPANY
. OFFICE OX THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
SOUTH ANl> SECOND STREETS.
Insures against loss or dainige by FiRE on ALL DE
SCRIPTIONS OF PROPERTY within tlie limits of the
city. JOHN REESE. PRESIDENT.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
John H. Ehlen, James S. S titer,
Augustus J. Albert, Samuel Hart,
Charles M. Keyser, Hugh Bolton,
C. A. Schacfer, Robert Taylor,
Edward Jenkins, John 0. Rcanejr,
Frederick Achey, James Reaney,
Thomas W. Levering, James Fields,
Nathan Tyson, Oarrett Brown,
F. Littig Shaffer, John M. (.'alt,
Joshua Dryden, Thomas Wilson,
John Cushing, i Henry R. Lauderman,
Charles A. Grinncl, ) Caleb Parks,
Mendes I. Cohen, I Henry L. Reitz,
George S. Gibson. Joshua Jones,
George Rogers, Isaac M. Denson,
James M. Anderson, Jolin A. Shriver.
ocl3-tf HBNRY P. DUHURST, Secretary.
NATIONA1, F1 f< E I NSI JR \NCIS COM
PANY OF BALTIMORE.
Incorporated by lite
STATE iF MARYLAND, 1R49.
OFFICE NO. 13 SOUTH STREET.
THE COM PA VA' IXSI T K ES EV ER Y
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
IN THE CITY OR COUNTY,
AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FIRE.
The Directors meet daily to determine upon applications
for INSURANCE.
JOHN B. SEIDEWSTRICKER,
President.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Allen A. Chapman, William Woodward,
Henry M. Rash, George Bartlett,
; Win. Heald, Adam Denmead,
i John W. Ross, Josej)h W. Jenkins,
Edward J. Church, Thomas M. Sullivan,
Job Smith, George Small.
JOHN R. MAG RUDER,
; fe26 tf Secretary.
DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY IN
SURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania 1835.
MARINE INSURANCE,
I On Vessels, Cargo, Freights, to all parts of the World.
INLAND INSURANCES,
i On Goods by Rivers, Canals, Lakes and land Carriages to
all parts of the Union.
FIRE INSURANCES,
On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelling Hou
ses, kc.
, ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, November, 2d, 1857, $702,785.37.
WILLIAM MARTIN, President.
THOMAS C. HAND, Vice President.
HENRY LYI BURN, Seer stary.
The undersigned, having been duly appointed Agent of
1 this Company, is prepared to receive applications for In
surance as above, and is instructed to give notice to all
i persons in this city who desire to place risks with said
1 Company, that their applications for Insurance must be
' maue at their agency in Baltimore.
I . HENRY A. PI PIER,
J je2l-tf Commercial Building, Gay street
HOWARD FIRE INSURANCE CO~
OF BALTIMORE.
INSURES Dwellings, Furniture, Warehouses, Goods
on storage, and Merchandise generally, against loss or
damage by fire Also Vessels and Cargoes in port.
Office— S. E. corner of HOWARD AND CLAY STREETS
The Directors meet daily to answer applications.
ANDREW REESE, President.
DIRECTORS.
JAS. M. POUDER, CHAS HOFFMAN,
CHAB. W. GEOROE, IIENRY J. WERDEBAUGH,
WM. ORTWI.VE. AUGUSTUS SHRIVER,
SAML. R. SMITH, M. BENZINQER,
AARON FENTON, WM. G. POWER,
GEO. P. THOMAS, ELISHA H. PERKINS,
GEORGE HARLAN WILLIAMS,
ap29 tf Secretary.
L 1 UITA BLE FIHE INSURANCE
j SOCIETY.
CHARTER PERPETUAL.
OFFICE. NO. 19 SOUTH STREET,
j THE BALTIMORE EQUITABLE SOCIETY will Insure
HOUSES and FURNITURE from LOSS OR DAMAGE BY
FIRE, at very cheap rates, on the Mutual or Beneficial
plan, and grant Carpenter's Risks, on pleasing terms.
Owners of Property insured in the EQUITABLE Office
have no further responsibility than the amount of their
deposits, and on the expiration of pc.licies, they arc enti
tled to receive a cash dividend of twenty-eight per cent.
The public are respectfully invited to call at the office,
No. 19 SOUTH STREET, where the principles on which
the Society insure will be full v explained.
DIRECTORS:
THOMAS KELSO, BENJAMIN PEPORD
WILLIAM KENNEDY, SAMUEL KIRBY,
HENRY RIEMAN, MICHAEL WARNER
JAMES FRAZIP.K, DANIEL DAIL,
CHARLES R. CARROLL, ROBERT A. DOBBIN,
AUSTIN JENKINS, DANIEL WARFIELD.
FRANCIS A. CROOK, Treasurer.
HUGH B. JONES, Secretary. fe24-ly*
HPHE GREAT. WESTERN (MARINE)
X INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Authorized Capital $5,000,000
Cash Capital {alreadypaid in) 1.000.u00
Surplus Fund (represented by scrip) 569,000
Assetts Jan. 1,1858 2,276.000
This Company combines the advantages of the mixed
plan (so long and profitably practiced by the best Life In
surance Companies in Europe) blending the desirable se
curity of a large Cash Capita), with a liberal return of the
profits to its customers.
All Marine and Inland risks insured on most favorable
terms.
RICH'D LATHERS, Prest. JNO. A. PARKER.Ist V. Prest.
DOUGLAS ROBINSON, Sec'y. J. F. Cox, 2d do.
COLIN MACKENZIE, Agent in Baltimore,
fe23-tf Office Commercial Buildings, j
IpiRE INSURANCE AGENCY^
? GEORGE 15. COAI.E,
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, GAY STREET,
AGENT WITH KUI.I. TOTVEItS FUR THE
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Cash Capital 8500.009
HOME INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK CITY,
Cash Capital $500,000.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO. OF NARTFORD,
Cash Capital $330,(100.
Property of all kinds in TOWN or COUNTRY insured at
the most reasonable terms.
BALTIMORE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. I
No- 15 SOUTH STREET,
INCORPORATED IN* 183(1— Charter Perpetual.
JOHN T. DOVALDSOX, President.
r |HI[S COMPANY proposes to insure lives !
X fur one or more years, or for life. With their rates
the assured enjoys the benefit of an immediate in lieu of j
a prospective and uncertain bonus, lie risks neither his !
policy nor the premium be has paid.
These premiums may be made payable annually, semi- j
annually, or quarterly, at option of the assured.
The Company buys and grants annuities.
Sells endowments for Children.
Makes all contracts in which Life or the interest of Money '
is involved. A. B. COULTER,
Secretary. |
Medical Examiner, Dr DONALDSON, 34 Franklin street.
f22 1y
lp IRK AM.) LIFE INSURANCE
JL OFFICE, NO. 63 SECOND STREET,
BALTIMORE.
JOHN G. PROUD k SONS,
Representing Companies of the highest standing, with large j
Cash Cagntals. Policies issued, and Losses paid at
the Agency.
.ETNA INSURANCE Co., of Hartford, Conn. $1,500,000 1
PIKKN'IX " " " " 350,000 j
SPRINGFIELD " Springfield, Mass. 375,000 J
f.-22-tr
ASSOCIATED FIR KM FA%X INSUR;
ANCE OFFICE. No. 4 SOUTH STREET.
OPEN DAILY for the INSURANCE OF ALL DESCRIP- I
TINNS OF PROPERTY WITIHX THE LIMITS OF THE
CITY.
JOHN* R. MOORE, President.
DIRECTORS.
JAMES GETTY, Mechanical, J. O. WIIEKOFX. Cchtmhian,
GEORGE HAKMAN. Union, J. TRUST. First Baltimore,
NOAH WALKER, Friendship, FRANCIS BDRNS. United,
J. T. FARLOW, Dep'ford, JAMES YOCNG, Franklin,
ALLEN PAINE, Liberty, 3. PEASON, JR Washington,
SAMUEL KIRK, Independent, LANCASTER OOI.N, J'atapsco,
R. C. MASON, Vigilant, F. A. MILT ER. Howard,
WM. A. HACK, New Market, JAS. A. RRUCF., Watchman,
JAS. B. GEORGE, SR., Pioneer Jos. C. BOYD, Lafayette
Honk and Ladder Co. No. 1
ft-22 tf. JOHN DUKEHABT. Secretary.
MARINE AND INLAND INSURANCE.
RPHE SUN MUTAL INSURANCE
X COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
Insures Marine and Tnland Navigation Risks, on terms as
favorable as those of any other Company. All persons tak
ing Policies from this Company are entitled to a share of
the profits, without incurring any liability, beyond the
amount of Premium. The assets of the Company, liable
for the payment of losses, are over $2,000,000.
A. B. NEILSON, Press't.
A. BEATON, V. Pres't J. WHITEHEAD, Sec.
C. OLIVER O'DONNELL. Agent in Baltimore.
fe22 ly. No. 51 EXENANOG PLACE. |
WM. C. ROBINSON,
No. 81 BOWLY'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
WHICH HE WILL SELL AT LOWEST MARKET
PRICES,
WINTER AND FALL SPERM OIL, 1
" ELEPHANT OIL, | BLEACHED
" " SOLAR OIL, <- AND UN
" " PATENT OIL, | BLEACHED
" " LARD OIL, |
MACHINERY, LUBRICATING & CYLINDER SPERM
OIL.
NORTH-WEST COAST WNAI.E OIL.
STRAITS. BANK AND SHORE TANNERS' OIL
SPERM AND ADAMANTINE CANDLES
jy22-dtf ASSORTED SIZES
QTORAGE AND WHARFAGE.
C 5 PATAPSCO WAREHOUSES, CANTON.
STORAGE on ground floors IN FIRE PROOF'WARE
HOUSES, for 10,000 tons Guano, Salt or Sugarat model-- j
ate rates and WHARFAGE for largest ships with 25 feet ;
water. Apply to
GEORGE A. WILLIAMS.
ieS-tf No. 5 Dugan's Building. |
CfMIF, OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
X makes better Coffee than it is possible to obtain in any i
other way—because, by an ingenious hut simple arrange
ment, the housekeeper may boil her Coffee for any length !
of time without loss of Aroma, thus securing all tlie el e- 1
ments of the Coffee in tlieir natural and proportional com
bination. ALFRED H. REIP,
au!7-tf No. 337 Baltimore st. !
f£, . REMOVAL - !
JFLKSO DR. GEORGE E. DONALDSON,
(M R.C.V.S.,London.)
VETERINARY SURE EON,
Has removed to
FATETTE ST.. BETWEEN NORTII AND CALVERT.
THE DISEASES OF HORSES and all other domesticated
animals, receive prompt attention and scientific treatment.
His celebrated OINTMENT for Spavins, Splints, Ring
bones, and all bony enlargements; Curbs, Distemper,
Chronic Cough, &c., kc., and Veterinary Medicines of
every description, warranted genuine and properly pre
pared, can at u >' *><• !•"' t r ~~''nrfl*d to
any part of the country on receipt of cash.
IT. O. III? DONALDSON can also be consulted by let
ter, enclosing one dolfar, upon all "leases connected with
his profession, when the proper mode of t> >•/>** and the
proper medicine to that amount will be immediately for
warded. State the symptoms clearly and carefully, and
how the medicine is to be sent—as Liquids cannot be
transmitted through the Post. au2o tf
PHCENIX SPICE MILLS,
WAREHOUSE 58 SOUTH STREb
WM. H. CRAWFORD k CO.,
PROPRIETORS,
Offer to the wholesale trade of this city the South and West
GOODS of equal quality and price on same terms as any
other house in the United states ffe22 tf
RE AI - ENGLISII VEL VWc ARPET^
INGS.—Beautiful Patterns, $1.25 per yard.
Elegant 4 4 VELVET and BRUSSELS TAPESTRY.
TAPESTRY and BRUSSELS, from C2c. tosi.oo.
3 PLY, INGRAIN and VENETIAN, (very low.)
Oil Cloths, Druggets, Mats, Rugs, &c\, Housekeeping Dry
Goods. Domestics, Full'd Cloths ami Blankets,
Gents' wear and Ladies Dress Goods.
ROYSTON BRO'S.,
slfi-lm 81 West Baltimore at.
HA RD W ARE . Manufacturers'
Agents for the sale of all kinds of AMERICAN and
FOREIGN HARDWARE. HISS & COI.E,
22 tf -27 k 29 South Charles street
JOHN IIERZOG,
DEALER IX
( J J JGX A ND A MEXICAN HARD WA RE.
N. E. Corner of Park and, Lexington sts..
*BA LTIMORE.
Keeps on hand and manufactures a general assortment
of Builders, Cabinet.Housekeeping and Fancy Hardware.
Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Hollow Ware, Locks, Brush
es. Tools, Saws, Files, Scales, German Saws, Lock*, Iron
Bedsteads, Ac. gja ] v
PARLOR RADIATIORS of our own
manufacture, the largest and most beautiful va
riety in the market, For sale, wholesale aid re
tail, by BOBBINS & CO.,
46 and 48 Light street,
corner of Balderston stret,
s3O-tf below Lombard (west sfde).
mm GENTLEMEN'S
FSJ FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE
' (%>■ ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 334 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR ICTAW,
Baltimore, Md.
R. ROBERTS,Ag't.
All goods purchased at this establishment are if supe
rior workmanship, and the best materials. sS-ly
MHO BUILDERS AND OTHERS.--Sash.
A Doors, Blinds, Frames, and all kinds of Sag i Facto
ry work of best materials and Baltimore mak>',coistantly
on hand and made to order, by FOE & HOWARD,
Warehouse No. 09 Pratt st.
525-linr Factory, Locust Point, Baltimore.
fig
September in-m.
LA FAIL OPENING OP
RICH AND BEAUTIFUL DRY GOODS.
Comprising al! the newest anil most attractive styles
In SILK ROBES, A TABLEAU
ROBES, A LF.Z;
ROBES. A DOUBLE JUPE;
SILKS, by the yard in great variety,
i Also, a complete assortment of
! PRINTED MERINOS;
DELAINES;
POPLINS;
MERINO PLAIDS;
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES;
POII.E DE CHKVKES;
, SHAWLS;
with a complete stock of
| MOURNING GOODS;
who'll we will he adding ail tlie novelties of the season.
~77w,! :i .!.P.'' ani ' U r ' l ' se'.ecU-d stock of Housekeeping
i . , Also, a full assortment of
1 and CASSIMERES, for Men's and Boy's wear.
I MS WROTH A: FFI.LERTON, So Baltimore st.
"\jK\v FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
■ AMOS I.OVEJOY k CO..
Has just received at the New Store,
No. 195 BALTIMORE STREET,
second door below Messrs. 11. Easter k Co.,
I a full assortment of
I HOSIERY, GLOVES,
UNDER-SHIRTS,
. . . DRAWERS, Ac.,
j comprising in part of Real Shaker Knit Shirts, Drawers
: and half Hose; Heavy Silk Shirts and Drawers; Scotch
W 001, do. do., plain and ribbed; superior Merino Shirts
ami Drawers, for Ladies, Gents, Misses and Hoys; Hosiery
ami (.loves in the greatest variety; Ladies* Gauntlets and
Undersleeves; Ladies and Misses Gaiters; WooUen Shawls,
NuLus Capes and Hoods; Woollen Yarns, Wool Wadding,
Worsteds, Tidy Cottons, Woollen Over Jackets; Knit
Hose,, best quality; Needles, Pi 11 >,Tapes,Spool Cotton, Sew
ing Silks, Boston Wadding, &c., Arc., Wholesale and re
tail, at the lowest market prices., No. 195 Baltimore st.,
between Charles and Light sts.
N. B. AMOS LO\ EJOY has had no interest or connec
tion with the old store, No. 123 Baltimore street, since last
r ebruary, having sold the entire stock to Mr. Ilaig, at
that time. ocf| . tf
foofts anb jstationfrg.
MURPHY & CO..—BOOKSELLERS,
-UtA PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS,
AND
STATIONERS.
MARBLE BUILDING, IS2 BALTIMORE ST.
_MF BALTIMORE.
MED IUAL BOOKS.
MEDICAL STUDENTS
SUPPLIED WITH TEXT BOOKS
AT LOWEST PRICES.
A large stock always to be found at
CUSHING & BAILEY'S,
_ or4lm 262 Baltimore_st.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
CUSHINGS k BAILEY,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
262 BALTIMORE STREET.
Offer for sale at low prices the largest and most complete
assortment of
LAW, MEDICAL, CLASSICAL
AND
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY,
be found in the city.
They respectfully invite an examination of their Stock.
Orders attended to promptly. f;22-tf. 1
BLANK BOOK, PAPER AND
STATIONERY WAREHOUSE,
SAMUEL E TURNER,
No. 3 SOUTH CHARLES STREET
HAS ON HAND A VERY SUPERIOR
assortment of PAPER, STATIONERY and BLANK
ACCOUNT BOOKS. Among his stock will he found
\\ KITING and LETTER PAPERS, both domestic and 1
foreign, of all the most approved manufacturers.
NOTE PAPERS—RuIed and Plain, in very great va
riety.
ENVELOPES of all kinds.
STATION ERY of every description, for office and private
use, viz:—STEEL PENS, PEN HOLDERS, SEALING ;
WAX, WAFERS, LEAD and SLATE PENCILS, INK
STANDS, &c., &C.
\\ riting and Copying, of all the best makers,
LETTER COPYING PRESSES, PORTFOLIOS, PORTE
MOXNAIES, kc., kc.
Also, a large assortment of WRAPPING PAPER.
PLAYING CARDS, PRINTERS' do., &c., kc., all at low j
prices.
COT XTRY MERCHANTS will do well to call.
fc22-tf.
Sillier Mare Jetoelnr, frt.
(DAMUEL KIRK & SON,
O GOLD AXI) SILVERSMITHS ,
172 BALTIMORE STREET,
V ould invite the attention of purchasers to their choice
selection of
ARTICLES FOR PRESENTS,
Embracing SILVER SPOONS.of every variety; SILVER
WAITERS; PITCHERS; SILVER 'TEA AND DIN
NER SETS; SALT CELLARS; BITTER COOL
ERS; witli a great variety of small SILVER i
ARTICLES, of beautiful workmanship.
FULL SETS OF JEWELRY,
SUPERIOR GOLD M ATCHES AND
CHATELAINES, DIAMOND RINGS, CORAL SETS I
sSO-tfr FI.ATKD WARE, CUTLERY. &c.
WATCHES! WATCHES! WATCHES!
THE LONDON M ATCH & JEWELRY STORE, !
159 Baltimore Street.
Is the best place in the city to buy a good reliable WATCH
or piece of jewelry, or to have a fine M'atch repaired.—
M atches that never went accurately before have been pro- i
nouneed time-keepers, after passing through ALEXAN
DER'S hands. J. ALEXANDER,
formerly of J. M. FRENCH,
aul4-tf Royal Exchange. London.
"VTEYV PLATED GOODS—
JLH CANE/ELD, BROTHER tf: CO.,
229 BATTIMORK STREET,
Are now opening all the new styles of plated COFFEE 1
and TEA SETS, plated URNS, BASKETS, KETTLES,
Butter Boats, Sugar Baskets, Salt Cellars, SPOONS, j
MIRKS. LADLES, CASTORS, &c., &c.,and for sale at the '
lowest prices. apß-tf
TVTEW PEARL JEWELRY—
CANFIELD, BR O. <£• CO ~
229 BALTIMORE STREET,
Have just opened a complete assortment of PEARL
EWEI.RY, consisting of full sets. Pins, Necklaces, !
Ear Drops, Bracelets, kc.. newest styles. mrhl-tf
I' C. CANFIELD. W. B. CANFIELD. J. 11. MEREDITH.
/ Y AINKIELT), BROTHER & CO.,
VV IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS
AND DEALERS IN
WATCHES, FINE JEWELRY,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
MILITARY AND FANCY GOODS,
DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONES.
229 BALTIMORE STREET.
mr26-tf Baltimore.
O W. WEIt It ,
r GOLDSMITH AND JEWELLER
S. E. corner of Baltimore and Charlen strectt.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
FINE WATCHES, RICH JEWELRY.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
AND
FINE FANCY ARTICLES.
Every attention paid to the repair and manufacture
of Jewelry. Fine watches repaired by experienced work
mem j mr!3 tf
jSta anfc Igttsir.
A LTI MO R E 1' I Al\ O
jjy J V MA XV FA C TOR U,
J. J. WISE & BROTHER,
No. 31 HANOVER STREET.
Have on hand a very choice assortment of PIANO
FORTES, which they offer on their usual favorable terms,
and are manufactured in various styles and patterns;
flitted with the much admired elastic touch, which is not
in any other factory, as the proprietors hold a patent for
the invention. Those in want of a good life time Piano
should not fail to give us a call.
Superior Instruments for hire. sSO-dly
IDSSKM CHICKERING PIANOS,
MELODEONS, MUSIC. &c.
II KJ 1/ The subscriber has just received a further
supply of these unequalled PIANO FORTES. Persons
wishing a superior instrument in every particular, will do
well to examine them before purchasing elsewhere.
Some excellent second Pianos for sale low.
I. T. STODDARD,
525-tf No. 4 South Calvert street.
('HAS. M. STIEFF, nimniliic-
PffTrOi tuierof GRAND AND SQUARE PIANOS
J J y j U —large assortment at present on hand—
which, for volume of tone and durability, cannot be sur
passed. Will be sold at lower prices than any other estab
lishment in the city. No. 7 SOUTH LIBERTY STREET,
near German. si 3m
rfmr-l, ..41 A\()S ! PI A N ()S! PI A N OS!
I tfn rOL n MBD AL S
\l J y Jll IN THREE SUCCESSIVE YEARS
at the Maryland Institute, besides first premiums at Fairs
in Philadelphia, Washington and Richmond.
TESTIMONIALS OF EXCELLENCE
FROM
THAI, BERG,
STRAKOSCII,
and G . SATT ER .
As also from some of the most eminent Professors and ama
teurs in the country.
W M . K X A B E & CO.,
1. 3, 5 and 7, NORTH EUTAW STREET,
and No. 207 BALTIMORE ST.,
between Charles and Light sts.,
would respectfully invite the attention of the public to
their well assorted stock of
GRAND AND SQUARE PI A NO-FORTES,
which, for beauty of finish, power, and sweetness of tone
and elasticity of touch, have been, l>y judges, pronounced
unrivalled. Every Piano guarantied for five years, and a
privilege of exchange granted at any time within six
months, if not entirely satisfactory.
Terms liberal. A call is respectfully solicited before
purchasing elsewhere.
Pianos taken in exchange, hired, tuned and repaired.
au26-tf WM. KNA iIE &CO.
NUNN'S CLARK'S
n f~YI nrl PIANO FORTES.
J J y J J The subscriber has just received a further
supply of those superior and beautifully finished PIANO
FORTES from the factory of NUNNS k CLARK. These
instruments, in point of beautiful finish, exquisite tone
and touch, are unsurpassed. Persons wanting truly a
first class PIANO, would do well toculland examine these
instruments. Also, a variety of other new and second
hand PIANOS, PRINCE'S MELODEONS, PIANO
STOOLS, k c.
KuSuOld Pianos taken in exchange.
F. D. BEXTEEN,
84 West Fayette street,
aul4-tf 3d door West of Charles st.
W From the late Firm of Knabe, Gaehle k Co
J J L 4 J \1 MANUFACTURERS OF
corner ofrj?f!/W ASD FA £ TES,
Baltimore, Md.
Where may be seen PIANOS, which for elegance of finish,
sweetness of tone, combined with an agreeable touch, arc
second to none in this counirv.
Terms and prices moderate, and every instrument war
ranted. Pianos hired, and Tuning attended to promptly.
ap6-tf
WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, &c.
T f BAKER BROTHERS & CO.,
Xos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
Importers of French and Manufacturers of Baltimore
WINDOW GLASS, DRUGGISTS' GLASS
WAKE, VIALS, DOTTLES, JARS,
FLA SKS, E TC.
IMPORTERS AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE OP
Alum, ' Roll Brimstone,
Copperas, Castile Soap,
Epsom Salts, Castor Oil,
Saleratus, Linseed Oil,
Bi-Carb. Soda, White Lead,
Sal Soda, Chrome Green,
Refined Saltpetre. Chrome Yellow,
Borax, s3-ly Paints in Oil. all kinds.
: HENKY ENGLISH,
e— BRASS FAUCET MAKER,
H\J AND DEALER IN
LEAD PIPE, SHEET LEAD, BLOCK TIN,
SHEET ZINC, (kc.
No. 119 FRONT STREET, AND
s7-6m 138 FAYETTE STREET, BALTIMORE.
AT LITTLEFIELD'S RAILWA V
COAL BURNER, or ILLUMINATING GAS
BURNER, five sizes, for Parlors, Halls, Sitting
Rooms or Warehouse. This STOVE is guaranteed to be
the most ECONOMICAL, the BEST HEATING, and the
most brilliantly illuniinatal STOVE in the market. Call
and see them at BOBBINS k CO.'S,
46 and 48 Light street,
corner of Balderston street,
below Lombard (west side).
MARSHBANK FULTON
COOK STOVE, for WOOD or COAL, five sizes; be
yond all question the best cook stove in this coun
try. Can be bad only of ROBBINS & CO.,
46 and 48 Light street,
corner of Balderston and Lombard sts.,
830 tf (westside.)
SALT. —G. A. Salt; balance of cargo o :
ship "Ann E. Hooper," now landing and for sale in
lots to suit by CARR, GIESE k CO.,
ocß-4t 21 Spear's wharf.
vAh MAG EE'S I\VrENT VENTILA
frag TING STOVE and FURNACE. Eight sizes for
Warming and VENTILATING PARLORS, OF
FICES, HALLS. WAREHOUSES. SCHOOL HOUSES,
kc„ which for ECONOMY, PURITY OF AIR, and EASE
OF MANAGEMENT lias no equal in thiseountry. Manu
factured and for sale by BOBBINS k CO.,
s3Q-tf 46 and 48 Light St., west side.
iauses, £t., for Sale anb
'"OR RUNT. Tin- Wan-In HI -i- .\ ( >.
jHmj! 21 South Charles st., and two-story Warehouse in
| ■"'"'the rear. Apply to DUGAN k JENKINS,
_ ocllt L 21 South Charles st.
*' ie new Warehouse on South Charles street,
-near Lombard. Also, the commodious new two sto
ry \\ arehouse in thj rear of same. Apply to
DUGAN & JENKINS,
I V _ *JI S. Charles st.
CYY FOR BUNT.—Several (ifsirable OF-
Sfiifl C ES in houses Nos. 2d and 30, St. Paul st., oppo
- -'site Masonic Hall. Apply to DA VIES & WAR
HEED. 16 Spear's wharf. OC 9
F °R SALE OR RENT.—THAT
Willi TWO STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK HOUSE
No. 69 Centre street. This liouse lias been newly
L repaired; has gas and water fixtures, range, KC Posses
sion given on the 16th inst. Apply to
T. CHATARD,
I oc7-tf Att'y-at-Law, 43 St. Paul st.
FOR SALE.- Warehouse No. 119,
JLUi ' rontiDK 2r> f eet on Lombard st., with a depth of 70
; feet to Balderston st., havingthe advantage of two
fronts. It is built in the most substantial manner, and
I'fu/r?' y l ' e,lar : Occupied by Messrs. J. LYLE
CLARE k CO., who to rent it, or give pos-
I session when required; apply to ISAAC REYNOLDS &
SONS, 12 Balderston st. oc6-dtf
FOR SALE OR RENT.—The desi-
BSU! DWSLLING, NO. 73 Cathedra], 2d d< or south
of Madison street, will be sold, or runted f.r a term
1 °' ygars. Enquire on the premises. oc]l-eo4t*
tflifT FOR KKJNT.—The House No. 161
Hist! WKiS T PR ATT STREET, recently fitted up in
superior style, with fixtures complete as a restau
rant and dwelling. Apply to
. * J. CROSBY & SON,
. I 15 Bowly's Wharf.
FOR SALE.- rwo good Farms, one of
K- 1.200, the other 1,000 acres, in I'ulaski count v. 525
acres, with fine improvements, known as Buekland House
in lTmce William county, S3O an acre. Three first rati'
1- arms, very low, from 687 to 1.330 acres each, in Amelia
county; 1,000 acres excellent land in Gilmor countv, at
$3 per acre; 1,760 acres in Hanover county, splendid' im
provements, $48,000, including stock, negroes. &c ; 399
andl44o acres, two fine Farms in Isle of Wight countv; a
highly improved Farm of 900 acres in Orange county;
1.4.>0 acres on the Potomac, Westmoreland county, the |
birth place of the late President James Monroe; 634 acres, j
with very comfortable improvements, in Culpepper coun- |
ty; 511 acres in Surry county, with House, Barn, kc.. j
only $3,090. Also, numerous other Farms in Virginia, i
suitable for grazing, country residences, kc. A splendid I
harm, with magnificent improvements, of 370 acres, right i
on the Chesapeake Bay, in Queen Ann's county: 270 acres, 1
a superior harm on the Bay in Talbot county; 1.100 acres,
with good house, &c., in Alleghany county, Md.; this land
is extremely valuable, and will be sold low; 200 acres in j
( ahert county, sl3 an acre; also two other cheap Farms j
in the same county; eleven Farms in Harford county of
different sizes; also many other Farms in Maryland j
A large proportion of the above will be exchanged for '
city property. Beautiful sites for Country Residences all
around the city. Ground for lease. Money lent on Mort
gages. GROUND RENTS bought and sold. Apply to
_ ° c;) JAMESB(>Y I> 26 St. Paul st. |
BFILDIM I LOTS.—I4OOFEETBUILEU
ING FRONT nn Jefferson, M'olfe, Fayette, Castle, '
Chester, Clioptank ami McKlderry streets, of various |
ueptii, all high and level ground. For sale or lease by
GEO. L. HARRISON,
am.l TF 6 O'Donneil's Wharf. I
l LAND FOR SALE.- A i
FARM of 1.400 acres, one of 375 acres, ■
J ' D- 'J 200 acres, 450 acres, 350 acres, 478 acres, ,
——" l2;> acres, 376 acres, 189 acres, 145 acres,
390 acres, 308 acres, 123 acres, 120 acres, 176 acres, 150
acres, 375 acres, with many others in Maryland and Vir- I
ginia; for particulars enquire of MARTIN GOI.DSBOR
OLGH, Gen. Agent, No. 42 North Calvert st.
I'. S.— Also many fine animals of the different breeds of
horses, cattle, sheep and hogs. sls-tf
FOR RENT.—House No. 91) Mc
iglill Cullougli street. Rent S3OO per year; enquire at
■ N<.. 29 North Gay st. aul3 tf
OFFICE FOR RENT.—Fine iaige OF
KICK on 2d floor, corner of North and Baltimore sts.
Apply :it 50 South Gay street. au6 tf j
XpOR RENT.—The FRONT ROOMS on
A second Hour of CARROLL HALL, corner of Balti- :
more and Calvert streets. Apply to
R. SNOWDEN ANDREWS, j
If 1'" No. S Carroll Hall. !
fIpLFOR SALE.—DWELLING HOUSE
Ijjll! AND LOT No. 219 West Lombard street, opposite
"Medical College. Lot 31 feet front and rear, 170 feet
deep to an alley; house 25 by about ninety feet, including
BA( K Bl ILDING, three stories high, with all modern fix
tures. stable in the rear sufficient for five carriages, 5
horses and 8 tons hay. Property in fee. Apply to
. J. CROSBY it soy,
je2s-tf 15 Bowlv's Wharf,
poll SALE Oil I,I:ASK._TWO very oil"
-i- gible HI ILIITN'G LOTS on Miidiwn Avenue, IK I ween
Hoffman and Dolphin streets. For terms, &c., inquire at
the office of th- DAILY KXCIIA XG 10. 1r.a25 tf
F< 'ii SALE.—House No.Bo McCuiloh
MM Street—a commodious and well-built House, in
* perfect repair ami with every modern convenience.
Apply to GEORGE A.WILLIAMS,
i tf Xo. l tl Hoffman Street.
SALE OR LEASE.—THE LOT
OF GROUND. X. W. corner Calhoun an>l MclTenrv
streets, 157 feet on .McHcnry and 100 feet on Calhoun
street. The improving character of that section of the
city will recommend it to the attention of those wishing
to make a desirable investment.
Apply to GEORGE SLATER,
ap!s tf 10 Commerce st.
■tfSSV b D R SA L I - '. —'l'lif Superior Titr< ••
Kill Story DWELLING No., 200 North Charles street,
■"k-* t -'- j -ti,'V(.nd Eager. Having a large Three Story HACK
BUILDING, with WASH DDUSE and BATII ROOMS.
WATER and GAS Fixtures complete.
Tin l lot is 25 by 150 feet, running hack to a4O foot street.
The buildings of the best material, and most substantial
construction, having been erected under the superinten
dence and for the residence of the owner.
A capacious and dry cellar extends under main and hack
buildings.
Inquire on the premises, or of B. T.ELDER,
No. 120 South Eutaw Street,
mrlfitf Opposite B. it (>. R. It. Depot.
fflbacffl.
jyrANUFACTI RED TOBACCO.
Bill Dixon, lbs. 1 M. Logan, lbs,
Keen k Moorman " Red Rover, " "
Taylor, " iA. G. Saunders, " ''
•lolin Booker, " Calvin twist, "
Torney, " John Linton silver, u
Beverly, " B. H. Carter & Co.,6's& 10's
Manly, " Geo. Cooper & Co., ti's It 12's
F. Staples, " J. L. Orton, 12's
A. M. Aitken, " Atwood, s's and 12"s
Langhorne It Sons, nectar Soung k Bitrwell, s's & 10's
Hopkins, " Thomas S. Keen, lbs.
Bluff City, " G.W.Norwood, "
Smoking Tobacco, " E. Lipscomb. "
For sale by JOHN I>. PLEASANTS Ik SONS,
52 South street.
\TAN UFACTURED i<) 11ACCCK
A. R. Courtney's Roseneatli, light pressed lbs.
8. S. Law, lbs. IM. Bowles, lbs.
Henry Lelans, " jo. Henry, "
Mountain Rose, " IA. C. Courtney, s's.
F. Taylor, " jc. J. Word, ' 10's.
Smoking Tobacco, in bids, and boxes
Received per steamboat and for sale by
COURTNEY .t CUSIIING,
oc6 tf No. 65 Sooth Gay st.
jy^AN UFA( TUREI > T<) l i A( '( O.
Pilkinton's Planter's Pride, liglit pressed lbs.
A. R.Courtney's Bosemath, 44 44 44
J. H. Ferguson, IXL lbs. M. Bowles, lbs.
J. M. Taylor, " ('. Henry, "
J. Brook, " IPilkinton's P. P., % 44
F.Taylor, " A. A G Maxwell, s'sltlo's
Tobacco Queen, " A. R. Courtney, s's It 10's
Queen of May, " C. J. Ward, " 10's
S. IV. (Jakes, " tllodevab, "
Received per steamboat, and for sale by
COURTNEY Ik CUSHIVG,
oc!3-tf 65 S Gay street.
JYF ANUFACTURED TOBA( (U.
POUNDS.
W. X". Shelton, Y. kK. P. Jones, L. n. Powell,
Keokuk, J. P. Jones, Leftwich Cross,
Allen fc Knight, M. Burley, Wild Rose,
CoruerStone, S. (i. Holly, M.T.Anderson,
L. 11. Ferguson, Marshall & Logan, J. Scott,
Fisher, J. A. Clay, Belle Creole,
Van Amhurgh, ,S. E. White, Duncan,
W. Albordo, Superior, Bill Hickson,
Planters' Choice, J.Travis, Samuel Ward,
R. H. Lewis, .Star of Franklin, R. D. Burks,
J. C. Preston, T. A. Gibbs, Shtlton k Clay,
S. Cross, Turner, Lone Star.
J. C. Ferguson, Murrell k Burks, Natural Bridge,
Edm'd Hale, jJew Tang, ! Nutmeg,
C. T. Wills, jTyreana, People's Favorite,
J. Mason, Thos. H. Allen, Wighcocomico,
P.Bell, (Julia Ann, Chickahoininy,
C. T. Pace k Son, John D. Long, M. M. Fisher.
HALF POUNDS.
Our Country, j Daughter of the Nonpareil.
Carter Jackson, Regiment, Consoler of Man.
I Chickahoininy, j
FIVES.
Carter Jackson, IChickahominy, (Consoler of Man,
Sydenham, jOur Alice, [J. V. Knight.
TENS.
Sydenham, Comer, (May Apple,
C. Jackson, Chickahoininy, Lizzie Hatton and
Roanoke, iCyrus W. Field, j Sister.
FANCY.
Heliatrope, | Sultana, | Apricot.
TWISTS IN HALF BOXES.
Wm. Son, jMolliePace, J. Anderson,
T. S. Slade, .Jew Tang, Y. k E. P. Jones,
Corner Stone, ' A. Slade.
R. k R. IN KEGS.
G. P. Pace, |D. P. Witcher, |G. J. Trotter.
In store and for sale by
WARWICK, FRICK k BALL,
tf No 60 S<.iith street
JOTANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
POUNDS.
T. Wilkinson Ksmerahlo Taliaferro and
Jenny Lind J. R. Guddess Massie
Bill Hixon J. Richardson Everett.
P. Pugh Sam Ward
Eclipse Gold Leaf
HALF POUNDS.
Nation's Pride | Washington jDon Juan.
People's Favorite
FIVES k TENS.
Russell A: Robinson Sun Flower |TTodovah
Ellen Glenn jJames Piper John Stanley.
FANCY STYLES,
Apricot I Lusuria del I Banana.
Lyle Maxwell I Popolo
.rA.-nr..-* inusiAO' nn.\Nns.
v irgin n>s. T.umpj I Jewel of opnir i Eldorado
Diadem Twi.it | Twist.
For sale by J. LYLE CLARKE k CO.,
&u3O-tf 119 West Lombard st.
MA.\ UFACTURED TOUACCO.
POUNDS.
Jno. P. T.abby, Jas. Williams,
W. B. Millner & Son, |Best by Far,
J. K. Millner, jW, 11. Smiley,
Pioneer. Eudora,
Richardson, National,
W. F. Flippen, Tobacco Queen,
B. T. Henry, C. S. Pearson,
Christian's Comfort, Morton,
Bidgood, D. F. Martin,
Leftwich, X A.C. Turnlev
John Tabb, W. Eddy
S. M. Manning, Continental.
FIVES AND TENS.
Russell & Robinson, Alexander
Keirac, Robinson It Co., Hob Temple
Zenobia, N p WcllS) ' Br iglit,
' ; Pruldy, Sherwood,
W . H. Smiley, \y L„ n „
Christian's Pine Apple, E. S. Thompson,
Do. G. F. Royal, Pantheon,
Do C. b Pearson, A.C, Turnley,
Gilman. Lyon k Brodnax, iManderson,
4 v;
A. E. Crutchfield, IXL,
J. McDowell, Waverly.
. HALF POUNDS.'
Christian's Pine Apple, Phil Primus,
Do. Nation's Pride, Jobbers Delight,
Olive Branch, A. C. Turnley,
Laurel Branch, Bidgood,
Shiloh, Filla and Ida,
Forest Rose, Rising Sun,
Blair & Burch, Havelock,
National Guard, Jas. Douglas,
Brown, (Bright,) J. R. Melton,
Temptation, Norton, (Bright.)
T. Dabney,
_ . . FANCY STYLES.
Christian's Kiss Me Quick, Powhatan Spun..
Dewberry Spun, Venable,
P. I>. Trotter's Rough k W. B. Millner * Son Rough
Ready Twist, k Ready Twist.
Pancake and Foil Twist in kegs and caddies, Powhatan
Pipes and Smoking Tobaccos. In store and for sate by
ARMISTEAD, RIGGB & CO.,
57 Exchange Place.
T> RACKETS FOR COTTAGES.— AIso,
JJ Mouldings, various kinds. Columns, Balustrading
Sc., for sale by JOS. THOMAS k SON, corner of Park and
Clay sts. nc4 tf
REMOVAL. ~
B.T.ELDER,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
REMOVED from No. 81 Smith's Wharf, to
NO. 120 SOUTH EUTAW STREET,
Opposite Camden Station of the B. & O. R. K,
Public fales.
BY LEMMUS & BRUCUHSN
BUCHANAN'S WHARF.
ON TUESDAY, 19th inst., at II o'clock
at the auction stores on Buchanan's wharf, the cargo
of schr. Jno. C. Keffer, from St. Jago (lc Cuba—
-244 I,HI,S ' Cl BA SUGAR;
106 BBLS. DO. DO.; part represented prime.
ocls is LEMMON & BROGDEN, Auct'rs.
VALUABLE PROPERTY ON BAL
TIMOKE AND CALVERT STREETS FOR SALE.
- Will lie offered at public sale, on MONDAY, No
vember Ist, at the Exchange Sales Rooms, at 1 o'clock P.
M.. to close an estate— J*
Till, Ml skUU Bi ILDTNG, fronting 60 feet 8 inches on
Baltimore street and running back 68 feet 6 inches on
Calvert street.
ALSO,
The BUILDING immediately on the rear of the above,
fronting 40 feet on Calvert street and running back to the
west line of the Museum lot. This lot is subject to a
ground rent of ss6oper annum.
I Ihe two lots run back to Bank Lane and offer a magnifl
cent opportunity for an advantageous investment. The
i lots will be sold together or separately. Possession of en
| tire buildings given April Ist, 1859.
Terms made known at sale or on application to
W. W. GLENN, Agent.
LEMMON k BROOD EN,
oc9^"tg Audi,.,
15Y gAHVEL H. GOVEK.
VALUABLE COUNTRY RESL
Jpjjf PENCE AT AUCTION.—The subscriber having
removed to the city of Washington, will sell at Pub
he Auction, at the Exchange Sales Room, No. 1!) S. Gav
I Y ' at 1 o'clock, P. M.:
• i i DESIRABLE PROPERTY, formerly occu
| pied by himself, situated on the road leading from Cutons
! ville to Franklin Town, and near the Old Frederick Road.
Ini* tract contains about 5# acres and adjoins the lands
I of Messrs. I homas, Ellicott and Gibson.
The improvements consist of a frame DWELLING, two
story high, containing 6 rooms, and other necessarv out- :
f here is upon the land an APPLE ORCHARD.
ni full bearing, together with a variety of other Fruit
, Trees, kc.
I Terms, which will be liberal, will be made known at
| time or sale, or upon application to JOS. A. THOMAS I
| Usq., Attoraey at Law, No. 82 Fayette street.
Title indisputable. BERNARD McGURK.
S. H. COVER, Auct'r,
NO. 84 Baltimore street.
ITOOPER AND CHEESBROUGH'S
Uovi'v/"'" AT , M'CTIOX —I will sell on THURSDAY
MORN I M., October 21st, at 10 o'clock, at Hooper A Cheese
broug I s wharf, lower end of Wolf street, Fell's Point, all
the following property, via:
The large and powerful CRANE, to be removed within
a reasonable time; about 30 tons of Iron of the best quali
ty, is attached to the above.
AI.SO,
At ' ,l( ' same time and place will he sold a six horse
OSt lI.I.ATING STEAM ENGINE and Upright Boiler,
used in connection with the above for hoisting—all in
good order.
AI.SO,
Two nine inch MANNILI.A FALI.S, used for hoisting,
and which have not been used much.
Two large BLOCKS; a lot of CHAINS; OI.I) ROPE, kc.
All tlie above will he held for private sale until the day
of sale. Apply.on the premises or to Messrs. Hooper &
Cheesebrough.
Terms at sale. SAM'L 11. GOYER, Auctioneers.
ocß-ts K4 Baltimore street.
BY t\ \\ . HIiWETT CO.
Ifjv TRUSTEE'S SALE
Bill
LEASEHOLD AND FEE SIMPLE PROPERTY !
ON SARATOGA, lUDGELY, FAYETTE & EDEN STS.,
AND
LANDS IN GEORGIA,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
By virtue of an order of the Superior Court for Balti- j
more city, the undersigned. Trustee of John G. Fledder
man. will sell by public auction, at the Baltimore Ex
change. No. 19 South Gay street, on THURSDAY AF
-1 EKNOON, October 21st, at 1 o'clock, the following prop-
SARATOGA STREET PROPERTY.
ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND beginning on the south
side of Saratoga street, No. 1)4, between Liberty and Park
streets, about 184 feet west of Lilierty street, which place
of beginning is at the centre of a nine inch partition wall
between the house erected on the Lot now being described
and the adjoining house on the east, and running thence
west, having a front of nineteen feet and four and a half
inches, with depth of one hundred and twenty-two feet,
and privilege of an alley out to Clay street.
The house is a fine large NEW FOUR-STORY BRICK
DWELLING and STORE, with large Back Buildings.—
I he property is subject to a ground rent of one hundred
and fifty dollars per annum, payable half-yearly, on the
first of May and November. See lease from B. M. Heiglie
and wife to John G. Fledderman, dated Bth May, 1856, and
recorded in liber E. I)., No. 103, folio 380, kc. *
r-pi Improved by a four-story BRICK DWELLING, with
JSqj.a large back building—under rent at S7OO per annum.
N. B.—ln addition to the above named ground rent there
is a life annuity of 63 dollars per annum, payable month
ly, of an old lady.
KIDGELY STREET PROPERTY.
All that VACANT LOT, in fee simple, situated on the
west side of Ridgely street, 27 feet northerly from the in
tersection of Ridgely and Cross streets, binding on Ridge
ly street 39 feet; thence westerly, parallel with Cross
street, 95 feet, to a three feet alley, with the use ofsaid al-
thence southerly, parallel with Ridgely street, 66 feet
to Cross street; thence easterly, binding on Cross street,
24 feet to an alley three feet wide, running parallel with
Ridgely street to Cross street—for the benefit of the prop
erty now being described, and the adjoining property;
thence northerly on said alley 27 feet; thence easterly, par- j
allel with Cross street, 71 feet, to the place of beginning. I
ALSO,
GEORGIA LAND.
/jQ| \ACRES OF LAND lying in the Thirteenth District ;
*~x M /in Appling county. State of Georgia, and distin
guished in tin- plan of said district, No. 175.
Plat and other particulars can be seen on application to j
the Auctioneers.
ALSO,
Jiui FAYETTE STREET PROPERTY.
A LOT OF GROUND, No. 142 East Fayette street, near
Canal, north side, 13 feet 6 inches, by a depth of 75 feet to
Little Nicholson street.
Improved by a three-story Brick DWELLING, with '
two story Back Building. Ground rent $14.50 per annum.
Now utidcr rent at $l5O per annum.
ALSO,
At 4 o'clock on the same AFTERNOON,on the prem
ises. we shall sell six LOTS OF GROUND on the west side
of Eden street, between Chew and Eager streets, near Mad
ison square. The first lot is on the corner of Eden street
and Smith's alley, is 14 feet front by CO deep. The ad
joining live lots are 12 feet front each, by 60feet deep.
All are improved by two-story and attic DWELLINGS,
under rent to good tenants. Ground rent $2 per front foot.
Terms—One-half cash, balance in three and six months,
with interest and approved security, or cash, at the option
of the purchaser. G EORGE H. IIAIG,
Trustee of John G. Fledderman.
s2B eofcds F. W. BENNETT & CO., Auct'rs.
i Ul STEE'S SAI E.—By virtue oi a
•![ decree of the Circuit Court for Howard county, the
as Trustee, will off-rat public sale at the
Court Hou*e at Ellicott's Mills, in said countv, on SATUR-
I>A Y, Oct. 23d. 1858, atl2o*clock M. the HOTEL at Clarkes
ville, with dwelling house, store house,farm and out build
ings. belonging to the estate of the late James Clarke,
thereto attached. The farm contains about eighty acres,
with an abundance of wood and water, and is about 10
miles from Ellicott's Mills, and 9 miles from the Laurel
Factory.
Also, at same time and place, the Trustee will offer the
farm upon which James Clarke resided al the time of his
d*ath. containing about ONE HUNDRED AND SEVEN
TY ACRES OF LAND, with a comfortable DWELLING,
and necessary out-buildings. It is about two miles from
Clarkcsville, and adjoins the lands of John O'Donnell and
William Clarke, Esqrs.
This property will be sold in lots to suit purchasers.
The t'-rms of sale, as prescribed by the decree, are, that
one-third of the purchase money shall be paid in casn, on
the ratification of the sale, and the balance in two equal
instalments, in one and two years from the day of sale; ;
the whole to hear interest from the day of sale, and the
credit payments to be secured by the bonds or notes of the
purchaser, with a surety or sureties to be appro veil by the
Trustee. WM. H. G. DORSEY,
oc2 2awts Trustee.
KENSEY JOHNS &CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
SILVER SPRING, FAMILY, EXTRA k SUPER FLOUR
Also, keep constantly on hand
The Patapsco Brand,. and the heat grades of Howard Stre
and City Mitts, Extra and Super, and Rye Flour.
Nos. 22 and 24 COMMERCE STREET,
BALTIMORE, MD
Successors to DCER k JOHNS. jy2-3m
MARYLAND STEAM TURNING
AND SAWING WORKS,
AND IIARL) WOOD LI MBER YARD.
Corner of Park and Clay streets.
Architects and Builders supplied with the most modern
and approved styles of BRACKETS, MOULDING and Or
namental Work for
COTTAGES,
DWELLINGS,
WAREHOUSES, Ac.
Stair Newels, Bannisters and Hand Railing, Columns,
(luted and plain: Ralustrading for Porticos, Ac.
TURNING, SA WING. MOULDING AND PLANING
in all their various branches; Oval Frames, Bench and
Screws, Carriage Hubs, Ac., Ac.
Also, HARD WOOD LUMBER,
MAHOGANY and WALNUT,
CHERRY, POPLAR,
OAK and ASH,
COFFIN STUFF, VENEERS, Ac,
JOS. THOMAS A SON.
Yard—South F.utaw street. ocl-ly
17* L" US! FURS! FURS!
- A . SIGM UN D ,
No. 225 Baltimore street, near Charles, and 31 Baltimore
street, near Maryland Institute,
MANUFACTURER AND
DEALER IN FURS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Full sets of RUSSIA SABLE, MINK. MINK SABLE
FITCH. STONE MARTIN, CHINCHILLA, WA
TER MINK, ROCK MARTIN, SIBE
RIAN SQUIRREL, Ac., Ac., Ac.
FURMJNDILLAS, MUFFS, CUFFS, GEN
TLEMEN'S FUR COLLARS. FANCY FUR TRIMMINGS,
And FANCY SLEIGH ROBES.
The trade may be assured, that at no place in the city
rail he found a larger or more select assortment of any of
the above at tick s than here, and as every piece is manu
factured in the establishment under my own immediate
direction, I will warrant the goods of a SUPERIOR OR
DER of make, and am prepared to sell as CHEAP if not
CHEAPER than any other house.
JK?~Furs altered at the shortest notice.
523-d4m A. SIGMUND. _
IMPORTANT
(if) J T0 TIIE PUBLIC. OT J,
The undersigned most respectful*
ly invites the Medical Faculty, Druggists and the public
in general to call and examine the great improvement of
his late GLASS PAD TRUSS, patented October 7th,
1855, and recommended by the principal Surgeons and
Doctors of the United States as the only and best Truss
for the support and radical cure of Hernia, suitable for
Men, Women and Children. He has received the patent
from England and France.
tfQF*Thc Truss applied free of charge.
Price of Single Truss $3; Double Truss $5. A liberal
discount allowed to Druggists.
Manufacturer 0 f Prof. X. R. Smith's FRACTURE
Ari'ARATUS- CHAH. C. *C.I * If X Kill',
Manufacturer of Surgical Instruments,
7 North Gay street, near Baltimore,
s2B 6 m (Late O. C. Reinhardt. Light st.)
R. CO UPLAND,
FASHIONABLE HATS, CAPS, to
No. 40 Baltimore Street.
Between FREDERICK and HARRISON BTS.
mrll-lv BALTIMORE
JS&B R O K B I N S & C O
flZjlW PROPRIETORS OF
THE BALTIMORE STOVE WORKS,
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
GOLD'S AUTOMATIC STEAM HEATER
ALSO,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
COOKING, PARLOR, and IIALL STOVES,
Ship's Cam booses. Ranges, Grates, Tin, Sheet Iron, and
Hollow Ware, and all articles in tho Stove Business.
Repairing done at the shortest notice, and upon the best
terms.
WAREHOUSE—Nos. 46 and 48 LIGHT STREET,
?30-tf s * W. corner of Balderston street.
f GROCERY AND PRODUCE COMMIS
\ A SION MERCHANTS
J. IIENR r GREENWA Y t£ CO.,
No 4S S. CALVERT STREET,
BALTIMORE.
Sole Agents for Allen & Needles' SUP. TnOSPHATE
)■ 'ME. oc2tf WM. D. THOMPSON Jr
TACOB TABLER,
*' MERCHANT TAILOR, AND
GENTLEMEN'S
FUR NTS BIN G E STA BLISHMENT,
No. 9 NORTH EUTAW STREET '
RI . OPPOSITE EDTAW HOUSE.
on , ~n d a choice stock of CLOTHS, CASSI
MERB.B and VF.STINGS, which he is prepared to make
up to order in the most fashionable style, and trusts that
* friends will favor him with a share of patronage.
JACOB TABLER,
.ate of the house of Shipley, Howard k Co., No. 303 Bal
timore street. sB-ly
,ss* BEBEE'S PATENT NEW YORK
l||fl COOKING RANGE, put up and guaranteed to
work by ROB BINS A CO.,
46 and 4S Light street,
corner of Balderston street,
s3O-tf below Lombard street (west side).
BREIDENBACH'S LONDON :SOAPS
CANFIELD BROTHER k CO.,
229 BALTIMORE STREET
Have on hand Breidenbach's genuine Lettuce, Campho.
Moss Rose, Violet, Old White Windsor, and Queen's Soap
Wholesale and retail. tyl3-t
■A* PERSONS IN WANTOF'STOVES
JpaaS will find the largest and best assortment at
BOBBINS & CO.,
46 and 48 Light street,
soO-tf below Lombard (west side).
s}zMtt Jsalts.
BY GIBSON & CO.
! TRUSTEES^SALE.—By virtue 0 f
! ffojij' a decree of the Circuit Court for Howard county, the
***= subscribers, as trustees, will ofTer at public sale, at
the Exchange salesroom, No. 19 South Cay St., in the city
of Baltimore, on T Hl'lt SI) AY, Oct. 28th, 1858, at 1 o'clock
| P M.—
THE FACTORY, HOTEL AND STORE, kc.. at Syke
ville, on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.—
This property con tain s\ibout TWENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
LAND, including water-power of about thirteen and a half
feet head and fall, improved as follows . COTTON FAC
TORY, three stories and attic, built of stone, containing
Pickers, spreaders, three seel ions of Cards, ten each, with
railway and drawing frames; about 1,21)0 Throttle Spin
dles. Sjwoling Frames, Warping Mill, Sizeing Apparatus,
and sixty-four Looms, calculated to make either plain or
twill goods. When last in operation were making very
good Osnaburgs, or heavy twill. The other buildings
consist of 12 DWELLINGS for operatives, a stone Drying
House for drying warps, a Blacksmith Shop ami Slaughter
House. The Mill has appended to it boilers and steam en
gine of the capacity of 40 or 50 horse power. Also, a large
STORE HOUSE, capable of doing a profitable business. —
Also, a spacious HOTEL,containing 31 rooms,stable, dairy
and ground attached for a garden, &c. This property is
subject to a ground rent of S4OO per annum, redeemable at
six percent at any time before 1861.
ALSO—THE OAKLAND FARM AND FACTORY, situ
ated on the main or north branch of the Patapsco, about
5 miles from Mariottsville, on the line of the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad, and 3 miles from Reisterstown. The
tract contains about EIGHTY ACRES OF LAND, part in
a high state of tillage. Improvements, a large three story
FACTORY BUILDING, part stone and part frame, hav
ing all the necessary preparations for eight hundred Spin
dles, which the-Mill contains; and also eight Duck and
sixteen 4-4 Looms for either twill or plain goods, with
many other articles appertaining to the Cotton Spinning
and Weaving. The other Improvements consist of a very
convenient MANSION HOUSE, ten Tenements for opera
tives, one Store House, Blacksmith and Machine Shops,
all in good order, Also, a very fine Barn and Stable,
Water Power, head and fall about feet.
Parties wishing to see the property will find persons on
the premises to show it to them.
The terms of sale as prescribed by the decree are—That
one-third <>f the purchase money shall be paid in cash on
the day of sale, and the balance in one and two years
from the day of sale, in equal instalments; the credit pay
ments to bear interest, and to be secured by the bond or
notes of the purchaser, with security to be approved by
the Trustees.
I. NEVETT STEET.F., \ Trustecs
WM. H. G. DORSEY, I Mu toes '
ocs 2awds GIBSON & CO., Auct's.
fyrr- TRUSTEE'S SALE.-By virtue of
'ill a decree of the Circuit Court of Baltimore city,
upon the petition of Trueman Cross in the
matter of the mortgage executed by Joseph C. Manning,
Trustee, and wife to William D. Miller and his assigns,
the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer at public sale, at No.
19 South Gay street, in the city of Baltimore, occupied as
the Merchant's Exchange, on THURSDAY, October 28th,
1858, at 1 o'clock P. M.:
ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND lying in the city of
Baltimore, and described as follows: Beginning for the
same on the east side of St. Paul street at the distance of
one hundred and thirty-four feet southerly from the
south-east corner of Monument and St. Paul streets, and
running thence southerly on St. Paul street twenty-four
feet; thence easterly, parallel with Monument street,one
hundred and twenty four feet to Hargrove alley; thence
northerly on the west side of Hargrove alley twenty-four
feet, and thence westerly by a straight line one hundred
and twenty-four feet to the place of beginning, being the
same lot of ground which was leased to Joseph C. Man
ning by William A. Poor and wife, by indenture of July
llth, 1855, for ninety-nine years, renewable forever, sub
ject to an annual ground rent of one hundred and ninety
two dollars, and which was afterwards, by deed of July
23d, 1855, conveyed byway of mortgage by Joseph C.
Manning, Trustee, and wifv, to William D. Miller and his
assigns.
Ti is property is improved by a handsome three story
DWELLING HOUSE, and is situated in the most fashion
able and desirable quarter of the city.
Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree—One-third
cash; balance in six and twelve months, with interest and
satisfactory security. JOHN P.. POE, Trustee.
oc6-2awts GIBSON & CO., Auct'rs.
BY ADIIEOiV CO.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.—By virtue of a
[ Ujil decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore city, the
- undersigned as trustee, will offer for sale at the
Exchange Sales Rooms, No. 19 South Gay street, on
MONDAY the Ist day of November next, at 1 o'clock
P.M., all that LOT AND PARCEL OF GROUND AND
PREMISES described as follows;
Beginning for the saine at the southeast corner of Balti
more and Poppleton streets, and running thence east
bounding on Baltimore street fifty four feet; thence south
parallel with Poppleton street one hundred and thirty-six
feet and eleven inches to a twenty feet alley; thence west
bounding on the north side of said alley fifty four feet to
Poppleton street; and thence northerly bounding on Pop
pleton street to the place of beginning.
This property is improved on Baltimore street by three
three story store and DWELLING HOUSES, and on Pop
pleton street by three three-story store and DWELLING
HOUSES, and is subject to an annual ground rent of
$216, payable half yearly on the first days of July and
January.
Terms of sale—One-third cash on day sale, one-third in
six and the balance in twelve months, credit payments to
bear interest and be secured by the notes of the purchaser,
endorsed to the satisfaction of the trustee.
S. MORRIS COCHRAN, Trustee.
011-2awts ADR EON k CO., Auctioneers.
iSSSj- TRUSTEE'S SALE.—By virtue of
iiijia decree °f the Circuit Court for Howard county,
_ passed in the cause of Thomas Roowlcs vs. Eliza
Peddicord and others, the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer
at public sale, at the Court House at Ellicott's Mills, on
TUESDAY the 2d day of November, 1858, at 12 o'clock,
M.—
ALL THAT VALUABLE FARM
in Howard county, upon which Asbury Peddicord resided
at the time of his death, containing about THREE HUN
DRED ACRES OF LAND. It is situated on the Frede
rick Turnpike road, 22 miles from Baltimore, and 3 miles
from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Hood's Mill. It
is nearly equally divided by the Turnpike; 50 acres of it
are in meadow, ami about 85 in wood, with an abundant
supply of water. It adjoins the farms of Messrs. Walter
Dorsey, Nathan C. Hobbs, Tlios. 11. Hood. kc. The im
provements consist of a good TWO-STORY STONE
DWELLING HOUSE, with two-story log addition and
kitchen. A large Switzer Barn, Corn House, Carriage and
Tobacco House, and other necessary out buildings, on the
South side of said Turnpike. And on the North side of. a
comfortable Log-House, Barn, Corn and Tobacco Houses,
kc.
This property is sold subject to the right of dower of Mrs
Eliza Peddicord, widow of Asbury Peddicord. therein.—
The said decree orders a commission to lay off the same.
The terms of sale as provided by the decree are, that one
third of the purchase money shall be paid in cash on the
day of sale, and the balance in two equal instalments in
one and two years—the credit payments to be secured by
the bonds or notes of the purchaser, with a surety or sure
ties to he approved by the Trustee, the whole to bear in
terest from the day of sale.
WM. H. G. DORSEY, TRUSTEE.
Notice is hereby given to the creditors of the said As
bury Peddicord, deceased, to file tneir claims, with the
vouchers thereof, with the Clerk of this Court, within
three months from the day of sale. s 05-2awts
£* TRUSTEE'S SALE.—By virtue of
Pa! a decree of the Circuit Court for Howard County
- passed in the case of Wm. Ward vs. Win. M Wil
lis, till- subscriber as Trustee, will offer at public sale at
the Court House at Ellicott's Mills, on TUESDAY the 2d
day of November, 1858, at 12o'clock M.,
ALL THAT VALUABLE FARM in Howard County
which was conveyed by deed of mortgage from Wm iii'
Willis to Wm. Ward, dated the 22d of October, 1856 ami
recorded among the land records of Howard Count'v, in
liber U H W, No. 17, folio 432. It contains about 2203£
acres of land, with a good supply of wood and water It
adjoins the lands of Gen'l Tyson, Tilgtiman Iglehart, Igna
tius Waters, kc. it is three miles from the Frederick
turnpike, at the 17th milestone, and ten miles from Elll
cotts' Mills. Tiie improvements consist of a good TWO
STORY STONE DWELLING HOUSE, with a BARN
STABLE, and other necessary out buildings. There is
also a log dwelling with the out-buildings attached on
another part of the farm.
The terms of sale as prescribed by the decree are, that
one third of the purchase money shall be paid in cash on
the day of sale, and the balance in two equal instalments
in one and two years from the day of sale; the credit pay
ments to hear interest from the (lay of sale, and to be se
cured by the bonds or notes of the purchaser with securi
ty, to be approved by the Trustee.
WM. H. G. DORSEY,
ocii-'Jawts s Trustee.
I A. DUSHANE,
l . COMMISSION PAPER DEALER
A'o. 40 S. CHARLES STREET. NEAR LOMBARD
BALTIMORE, Ml).,
Has just received and now offers for sale a large and well
assorted stock of Writing, Printing, Book and Wrapping
Papers; Binder's, Trunk, Straw, Bonnet Boards, &c Hav
ing been appointed agent by Thaddeus Davids At Co for
the sale of their unrivalled Mucilage Ink, Sealing Wax
Black Sand, kc., he is prepared to furnish them at the
manufacturers' prices. Attention is respectfully solicited
to his stock generally. Paper of every description made
to order at short notice. au3l-tf
BT. HYNSON,
. UPHOLSTERER, PAPER HANGER,
ANI)
VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTURER.
No 52 NOKTII HOWARD ST., OUR DOOR AUOVE LEXINGTON
BALTIMORE ' '
PAPER HANGINGS. VENETIAN BLINDS.
Constantly in store, for Keeps on hand, and manu
sale, PAPER HANGINGS of factures to order, VENETIAN
every description, and of the BLINDS of all colors, sizes
latest and most approved and qualities, which will
patterns. Also."Borders,Firejcomparo favorably with anv
Board Prints, kc. {offered to the public
KT"Paper Hanging done in the best style. Old Blinds
Repainted and Trimmed, or Exchanged. s9-ly
HALL & BROTHER,
(Successors to Thomas Nash et Co.)
Curers and Packers of
PROVISIONS, FOR HOME & FOREIGN MARKETS
And Manufacturers of
REFINED LARD AND LARD OIL
No. 3 PLEASANT ST., AND 117 NORTH ST., BALTIMORE
Having Railway facilities on North St., Provisions wiii
be received for Inspection and Storage, and Bulk Meats
Smoked on reasonable terms. CHAS. G. HALL
(Late of J. G. Harvev &'co 1
_yo tr GEO. D. HALI. '
TIYB PREPARE FOR WINTER The
H undersigned, in view of the fact that now is the
time to prepare for the approaching winter be*
leave to call the attention of the public to their large and
elegant assortment of PARLOR STOVES DINIVc tmn'ii
STOVES, OFFICE AND STORE STOVES CHURCH
STOVES, AND COOKING STOVES, all of the most a"
proved pattern, and guaranteed to act satisfactorily -
They would also refer to their stock of COOKING RAN G
ES. embracing the new Bay State Range which Vde
cidedly the most handsome and best flat top in the market
Our stock of FURNACES AND HEATERS are worthy
the attention of all in want of such articles, being of the
most approved patterns. ' K
WM. TT. STRAN k CO
_oc2-3m 8. E. corner Lomhard and Light sts.
R I TRUSSES! TRUSSES!! TRUSSES'"
A SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
A .YD CUTLER F IN GENERA T
HEINLSCHSHEARS, SCISSORS AND POINTS,
It A Z I//T .1 ■CRi '-/~n *]/ "sitjr.l s ANn FCRES.
kc. , of the best quality alwiiv- .-,,l*7'.tTT"*' "t'T l VR O
~ ' ' •> > al 2 a >' jn hand, and warranted
°y SAMUEL JACKSON,
ho. 194 Baltimore street,
jv3o-dfim Near st - Pa
Baltimore.
ROBERT LAWSONT
SADDLE, TRUNK, HARNESS,
VO L L AR. MAN UF A CTURE R .
>v HOLE3ALK AND RCT4II
294 BALTIMORE STREET, CORNF.R SHARP,
eviren!. f Wholesale dealers are invited to call and
M. in f U , "fore making purchases, l>eing pre
pared to sell goods as I,°w as they can be purchased in
Pi rncp uv-om? 0R EASTERN CITIES, and 1
„ u, LF T ° DUPLICATE anv bill made in
those cities. Please call and satisfy yourselves of the
, ,al ' t sS-fira
rr'th BOSTON RANCE MOSES POND
1LA 0 ;?J EW IMPERIAL RANGE, WITH
TWO FLEA ATED OVENS, the most convenient
and economical Range now in use. Either oven may he
used separately, or both will bake perfectly at the same
time.
For sale in this city only by
„ BOBBINS k CO.,
| s3O-tf 46 and 48 Light street (west side).
X\RESTERN PRODUCE.
TT B.T.ELDER,
COMMISSION MEK CHA NT.
120 S. F.utaw st., opposite the B. k l ' R. R- Depot,
; 30 hhds. Western Smoked SHOULDERS;
40 tierces Sugar-cured Family HAMS;
50 cases "Lewis M Norton's i ine Apple CHEESa;
20 hhds. Western Smoked HAMS, in bags;
' 200 bbls. WHISKEY—oId Rye, Bourbon, Sc.; in store
ur sale by (au!9 d&tri-tf) B. T. ELDER.
AUBREY & ecu,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOREIGN AND "DOMESTHJ LIQUORS,
sl'-t No. 61 Exchange Place, Baltimorr
HENRY W. .IENKINS,
PRACTICAL CABINET MAKER.
NO. 16 LIGHT STREET,
\ Has on hand a large stock of, and is constantly manu
facturing, every description of CABINET WARE, of the
; best materials and workmanship.
1 HAIR and SPRING MATRESSES. SPRING UNDER
! BEDS, BOLSTERS and PILLOWS, of Hair or Feathers,
IKON BEDSTEADS,suitabIe for Hotels, servants, &c.
i oc4 lm
I /QUINTESSENCE, D'EAU DE CO
! W • LOGNE AMBREE.
I CANFIELD, BRO. A CO., have just imported an invoic
of this delightful perfume, for sale by the quantity AND at
1 retail. r-AIA.OOA

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