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/"US DAILY taC ■ TWO CENTS; served in the city j (Sundays cents per week, payable t„ the carrL ; * i-a ait' a hull <-• * of the city, at SIX DOLLARS TKLWKK KLV edition is mailed to sub- I Irti T ARS per annum. TERMS—inva- P ER .J at FOL'K DC L • ICE 0F PUBLICATION—North- Jpo'V cash and North streets, Baltimore. ADST corner"' "To TUB DAILY EXCHANGE, YSSSZ&Z*' j BALTIMORE. BITER DAY, OCTOBER 16, 1858. The store and dwelling of Mr. HENRY MCNDEll corner of Charles and Henrietta streets, in the 17th ward, was entered on Tuesday night by a party of armed banditti, with whose demand for black-mail he had previously refused to comply, and who, after compelling the inmates to flee for their lives, completely sacked the house, destroy ing and carrying off goods and furniture to the value of between three and four thousand dollars. Further violence being threatened in the event of a persistent refusal on the part of Mr. M. to pay the contribution which had been levied upon him, the unfortunate man, on Wednesday, closed his store, and delivered the keys to the MAYOR of the city. The dry-goods store of Mrs. NACUMAN, NO. CO Hanover street, was entered on AA ednesday after noon, bv three brigands, who, in the presence of the attendants, deliberately went behind the coun ter, and rifled the money drawer of its contents, amounting in all to about §ls. Mrs. N. is a widow, her husband having been lost in the Austria. The bakery of MARTIN MALISE, in Bond street, near Alice Anna, was entered on AA'ednesday, by a party of armed men, who chased liirn to the top of the house, and forced him to jump from the attic window to the ground, a distance of two stories and a half, breaking one of his ribs, and otherwise injuring himself in the fall. On Tuesday night, the store of Messrs. CIIENO WITH k BOOTH, on Gay street, near Exeter, was attacked by a party of outlaws, who fired three shots through the glass door, the bullets lodging in the ceiling. On Tuesday night the store of MICHAEL MURRAY, corner of Lombard and Concord streets, was enter ed by a party of about twelve banditti, who re mained upon the premises for over half an hour, during which time Mr. MURRAY and his family re mained locked up in an apartment on the second floor, trembling for their lives. The outlaws drank liquor and demolished property to the value of about one hundred dollars, and then departed. On AA'ednesday night the dwelling of Mr. ABRAM HVAM, corner of Lombard and Exeter streets, was attacked by brigands, who fired a number of shots into the windows, but fortunately without injuring the inmates. On Tuesday evening, between seven and eight o'clock, Captain JAMES MCLLIN, while on his way home, and when near the Bel-air market in Gay street, was stopped by a noted bandit named PETE MATEEU, who, drawing a large knife, ordered him to "stand and deliver." The Captain handed over what money he had in his possession, and was allowed to proceed. About three o'clock on Thursday afternoon, Mr. AVILLIAM 11. HOOPER was stopped [on Canton ave nue, near Bond street, by FOUNTAIN MORCAN and a fellow-bandit named GALLOWAY, who, presenting tlieir pistols, demanded his money, and being met with a flat refusal to deliver, beat hira over the head and face with a "billy" or "slung shot," cutting him severely. On Thursday evening, about half-past nine o'clock, a miller, named SAMUEL B. EPPLEY, from Frederick county, who had been but' a few hours in the city, whilst returning to his hotel, was knocked down on Paca street, near Carpenter's alley, by two highwaymen, dragged into a stone yard near by, gngged and beaten, and robbed of his watch and SIOGO in money. On Thursday afternoon, about two o'clock, a party of "Rough Skins" proceeded to the omnibus etables of Messrs. COLEMAN & BAILEY, on Thames street, and took violent possession of one of the four-horse omnibusses belonging to those gentle men. Mr. BAILEY being notified of the fact, ordered -a hostler to remove the horses from the coach. A fellow named "RUDY," who is one of the leaders of the gang, drew a revolver and threatened to shoot the hostler if he touched them. Mr. BAILEY then attempted to unharness the horses himself, hut was compelled to desist by similar threats. The party finally drove off with the coach and horses, which they returned about night fall, with all the windows in the couch do molished, the axle-tree broken,and the horses much abused. An omnibus was seized yesterday morning on Broadway, by brigands, who forcibly ejected tho driver from his seat. It was found and returned last evening by the police. Yesterday morning, about ten o'clock, one of COLEMAN & BAILEY'S omnibusses was driven into Exchange Place, with armed desperadoes, said to belong to the "Rough Skin" club, who there alighted, and entering the Post Office, pro ceeded to insult and abuse every person whom they found there. An old man, named BRADY, living at No. 60 York street, and employed as a laborer upon the Post Office extension, was beaten nearly to death by them, after which they rode off in triumph. On Thursday evening, about half past six o clock, Mr. CYRUS GAULT, an aged and respecta ble citizen of the 18 th Ward, of the firm of GAULT & BROTHER, Granite Workers, while returning from his place of business, No. 432 W. Pratt street, was stopped by an ill-looking ruffian, who demanded money. To this demand, Mr. GAULT declined to accede, and continued quietly on his way home; but when within a few steps of his own door, No. 312 W. Lombard street, he was overtaken by the same fellow, with some six or eight others, who felled him to,;the ground, and beat him most unmercifully with "billies." His wife and daughter, hearing his cries, ran out into the street, and implored his assail ants to "spare his gray hairs;" to which the only response was "D n his gray hairs," followed by fresh blows upon his bleeding head. A man named GODFREY KEMP, employed as a night-hand in the rolling-mill of Messrs. FAGELY & Co., was shot on Tuesday night, at the corner of Caroline and Alice Anna street, while going to his work. He died on Thursday. A young man, named EDWARD HOOPER, was shot on \\ ednesday afternoon, about half-past four o clock, whilst attempting to enter the house of a man named BARTMAN, at the corner of Bond and Lancaster streets. He died the same evening. Four persons were shot in the house of PETER BRANNAN, corner of North and Fonndry streets, about nine o clock on Wednesday evening. On Vi ednesdav, between the hours of nine in the morning and six in the afternoon, about eigh teen thousand citizens were robbed of the right of suffrage. In some instances the robbery was effect ed by violence and the use of knives, pistols, mus kets, slung-shot, &c., but in the great majority of cases it was accomplished by intimidation. The victims, generally, offered no resistance, nnd did not even attempt to claim their votes. Some few who did, fared badly. They were shoved and hustled, and kicked and cuffed ; some were pierced with awls and other sharp instruments ; some were struck with "billies;" some knocked down and beaten ; and some, in addition to their votes, were also robbed of their pocket-books nnd watches. The police returns for Wednesday, f or both the Southern and Western districts, were entirelv blank. Not a single arrest on that day, in either district, was reported at the MARSHAL'S office. The latest intelligence from Northern Mexico has already placed our readers in possession of the fact that a pitched battle has been fought near San Luis Potosi, which resulted in a "lorious victory to the forces of both the contending par ties. Those, therefore, who take any interest in Mexican affairs, have now an opportunity for speculating to their heart's content upon the con sequences that are likely to follow from results BO extraordinary. In the ordinary course of human affairs, when two men proceed to settle their quar rel by a fight, and are permitted to batter each other without interruption, one or the other of thera must accept the consequences of a defeat. In fexico, however, this rule does not appear p . app /' In the battle near San Luis W ihe iel Part 't triUn,phed - If we are to be which is little l^n^our is. £ remarkably lucid of r "lnt , ll POrtanCC ° f irrruu f 2"° ™' th ' B Wiethe future of Mexico iTttJ ™ trium Phed over his adver would be able to maintain himself in power) but if YIDAURRI was victorious, JUAREZ would find the road to the Capital open to him. As we are now iuforiued that both of these events have come to pass, we are enabled to state, with unusual confidence,that ZULOAOA will,in all probability, con tinue to be President of Mexico for a long time yet to come, and that JUAREZ will, with equal probability ; be able to drive ZULOAOA immediately into exile. AYe leave others to reconcile these contradictions. That they arc contradictions we cheerfully ac knowledge; but the fault lies in the intelligence i transmitted over the wires, and not in the deductions '• drawn from it. We fear, however, that it matters j but little now, whether the victory is with the re ' actionists or the liberals—or with both, as the telegram referred to would have us believe. No mere leader of a faction can ever hope to rescue . Mexico from the condition of utter disorganization j |to which she has been reduced. ZULOAOA might j ; be put to flight to-morrow, and VIDAURRI or JUAREZ occupy in his stead the position of Provi- I sional President; but the spirit of disaffection and the excesses that grow out of it, would still pre vail, and must continue to do so, until the mili tary oligarchy, which has been for so many vears j the curse of the Republic, is effectually suppressed, | and all power is centralized at the Capital under the administration of an able Dictator. It should matter but little to us how Mexico is governed, so that she is well governed, and her people are prosperous and contented. AV'c may theorize as much as we please upon the superior excellence of Republican institutions; but so far as the South- American Republics are concerned, there is not a single one of tliem to whom the principle of popu lar sovereignty % has not been a snare and a delusion. Under the old Spanish rule, the people of those provinces may have suffered many griev ances; hut they were certainly happier, and more efficiently protected in person and property, than they have been since they declared their indepen dence of the mother country. We may deplore the fact; but it is a fact, nevertheless, and it shows how little prepared they were to appreciate the freedom for which they fought, or to establish a better scheme of government than the one against which they so successfully rebelled. The chronic revolutions in Mexico have for years been growing from bad to worse, until at length they have reached a point at which an absolute despotism would, in all probability, be welcomed as a relief from anarchy. But the remedy for this terrible condi tion of affairs lies with the people who suffer from this internecine strife, and if they lack the spirit to apply it, no other nation has a right to interpose. The New York Fx /ircss, however, regards it to be the duty of the Administration to despatch a body of troops to the support of the Liberals, and thus forcibly bring the Presidency of ZULOAOA to a close. The New York Times advocates the bolder policy of a Protectorate; while the London Times, with an eye to the pecuniary interests of the Anglo- Mexican bondholders, urges the UNITED STATES to proceed at once to annex the whole of Mexico. But upon what ground could we justify such an inter ference? If a neighbor mismanages his domestic affairs; abuses his servants, and cuffs the ears of his children, have we any right to step in and flog him into pursuing a better course of conduct? Would we he authorized, without his sanction, to constitute ourselves his guardian ? Would it be regarded as just and proper in us, because he is reckless, improvident, and self-willed, to take armed possession of his estate and annex it 'o our j own ? AA'e might advise, and counsel, or even re monstrate with him, and we should deserve to be commended for doing so; but beyond this we have no right to interfere. If we suffered serious injury by his acts; or if we were subjected to per sonal insults, then, indeed, we might be warranted in taking such steps as would indemnify us for the "damage already done, and would secure us from similar annoyance in future. In the parallel case of Mexico, the strife that prevails there must be i settled by the people themselves, and not by our ! voluntary and unsanctioned interference; especial ly as the grievances of which our citizens complain are not of so serious a nature as to require an ap peal to arms to enforce a satisfactory adjustment of them. If it be our "manifest destiny" to extend, at some future day, the jurisdiction of the UNITED STATES over that fertile but ill-governed country, j let us wait with patience until we can do so with i safety to ourselves, and with advantage to the ; Mexican people ; but it certainly does not comport ! with our national honor to anticipate by force an j event which, if we preserve a "masterly inactivity,' j will take place quite as carl}' as we are prepared lo j accept the additional responsibilities that so large an extension of our territory would impose. AEMY AND NAVY. Orders have been issued trom the headquarters (it the army, tu those oflicers belonging to the Depart ment of Texas, and now absent therefrom, who, un der existing orders, would have to proceed to join their station on the Ist of November proximo, to await, at tbeir present address, orders to go out with recruits. The Itoard, consisting of Chief Engineers Isher wood. King and Stimers. ordered by the Secretary or the Navy to examine and test the merits of Scre en's patent steam condenser, constructed and put in operation at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, have made a highly favorable report. LATER FROM HAVANA RY THE PHILABELPHIA. —The United States mail steamship Philadelphia, Captain Harrison, left New Orleans on the sth, Havana the Bth, and Key West the 9th instant, and arrived at New York Thursday morning. She brings sixteen passengers and a cargo of flour, cochineal, oil, to bacco, cigars, and fruit, consigned to M. 0. Roberts. The brig George H. Chase, bound from New Or leans to Havana, which was lost on the Colorado reef on the evening of the 20th ultimo, sank in seven fathoms water. The United States mail steamship Empire City, with California passengers, was at Key West, wait ing the arrival of the steamship Granada. All well. The sugar market at Havana was quiet and de clining—buyers offering for Nos. 11 and 12 to $5%. Stock on hand 110,000 boxes; last year this time, 195,000. GALE ON THE LAKES.—A severe gale was experi enced on the Lakes on the 7th and Bth instant, and the Detroit papers mention several disasters to vessels, such as getting ashore, the loss of sajls, spars, &c. The Chicago Tribune, of Saturday, states that the most painful rumors prevailed con cerning the fate of the Propeller Montezuma, ply ing between Chicago and St. Joseph's. She was two days overdue, and nothing had been heard from her. Grindell, the famous New York pedestrian, was beaten in a five mile race at Burlington, \'t., on Bth inst., by Kcntatekensata, an Iroquois Indian. The winning was 27.40. Grindell tvas four seconds behind. At a former race between the same par ties, the Indian was beaten. MARRIED, On the 12th instant, by Rev. O. 11. Samson, CAI.VIX G. LOWNDS, formerly of Baltimore, to CECILIA C., daughter of John L. Smith, Esq., of Washington, D. C. On the 12th instant, bv Rev. Mr. Foley, JOHN MAItK RITER to MARY J. LARMOLR. On the 12th instant, by Rev.Mr. Walker, at the residence of the groom's father, FREDERICK DUYALL to Miss CAROLINE RIDDLE, all of Prince George's county, Md. In Washington city. D. C., on the sth instant, at the Parsonage, by Rev. Mr. Doyle, J. 11. KNOTT to SALI.IE V. PIC, both of the same place. DIED, On the 14th instant, WILLIAM MANXES, in the 30th year of his age. On the 14th instant, MILTON PORTER, youngest son of G. W. and E. M. Wolf, aged 17 months and 5 days. Suddenly, EDWARD HOOPER, aged 17 years. CHARLES H. DAVIDSON, son of the late Nelson David sou, in the 28th year of his age On the 14th instant, RACHEL ELLEN, second daugh ter of Geo. IV. and Julia Richardson, aged 1 year and 1 week. At Woodherry, Baltimore county, on tire 11th instant, ELLEN MEROE, youngest daughter of Alouin and Eliza beth Schofield, aged 15 months and G days. THE ITALIAN OPERA —To THE PUBLIC. Attracted by busines[sto Xew York the first week of this month, I was called upon while in Burton's theatre, and informed that Mr. Max Maretzek desired to see me; he being in the theatre, I was accordingly introduced to him. The interview led to an appointment with his brother Al bert, who he (Max) assured me was fully authorized by him to make engagements for the Havana Opera Troupe. That appointment led to the following agreement: "I hereby agree to play the Havana Opera Troupe in the ITolliday street theatre, Baltimore, the 15tli, 16th, 18th and 19th of October; also three nights during the same week in the Washington theatre; and will give to Mr. J. T Ford one third of every evening's receipts, as compen sation for the loan and furnishing of the theatre, twelve musicians as part of the orchestra, anil other things men tioned and enumerated in the agreement. Signed by J.T. P ON L ALBERT MARETZEK. "New York, Oct. 2." The other agreement is precisely similar, except that it enumerates printing, advertising, and ushers. With this I returned to Baltimore, announced the approaching oper a season, &c.; most of the advertisements that appeared were written in New York , and sent by mail. Mr. Kull man, the agent of the Messrs. Maretzek, came on. and I proceeded to, and did expend quite two hundred dollars in advertising, printing, &c., to enhance tho business. On Wednesday last, I received a despatch from Albert Maret zek, inquiring the receipts up to date. I replied, S6O0 — that after the political excitement was over, it would be much increased. Early yesterday morning, I received the following despatch : "Cannot come. Gassier is sick. Signed Albert Maret zek." Since then, although their agent went directly to New York and I have telegraphed over and over again, I have received no communication whatever from them up to six o'clock this evening. Such are the facts, which I offer to my many kind friends and patrons who have been disap pointed by the advertisements. I deem it due to myself to say, that I have no confidence in the statement of Madame Gassier's illness. It, unfor tunately for the operatic profession, is probably a subter fuge so often resorted to as an excuse for the violation of plighted faith, that now such statements are rarely credi ted. Some other possibly more advantageous arrange ment has been effected, and the people of Baltimore in sulted and outraged, and I am compelled to endure a loss, directly and indirectly, to the amount of a thousand dol lars, as I was induced greatly to change my arrange ments, and am now forced to prepare at a few hours notice other attractions for my patrons. Those who hold tickets wilt pl*-sc present tiiem for re demption at Willig's music store, either on' Saturday or Monday, between 12 and 1 o'clock. Very respectfully, JOHN T. FORD. HOLLIDAT STREET THEATRE, Friday, October 15th, 1858. P. 3.—At seven o'clock this morning, the following de spatch came to hand: "Five of the Principal Artisti are sick—impossible for Max to come or any of the company. F. RULLMAN" The New York Herald of yesterday, announces an en gagement between Mr. tJllman and Mr. Maretsek, for some of the principal artists of the latter. oelfi-tf AT COUPLAND'S, NO. 10 BALTIMORE STREET. GENTLEMEN'S DRESS HATS. THE! THE!! REALLY NEW STYLE CABLE HAT! The Cable Hat Is unsurpassed or * ts handsome style, with all other Fall Styles of HATS that have )>een intro duced. All kinds of Soft Hats and Caps. the name and number. ocl6 It* HATS AND CAPS. The stock offered by DAVIS, for variety and cheapness, are alone and unequaled, Baltimore street, 9 doors Fast of the Bridge. ocl6 It* MARYLAND INSTITUTE FAIR. Visitors will please take notice of the difference in light produced by the CARCBL GAS BURNERS in the several apartments of the Institute, in comparison with those in common use. PICTURE GALLERY, 32 BURNERS; MAIN IIALL, OVER JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE STANDS, 5 BURNERS. Depot for this celebrated Burner, No. 60 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, M. YENNARD. Certificates can he seen by calling as above. ocl3-tf CHINA, GLASS, <KRC.—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 ltich Gilt and Orna mented Dinner, Tea and Toilet sets: Blue India China, Fine Cutlery and Plated Ware; Coal Oil Lamps, &c., kc. at the same very low prices. t GREAT SAVING IN GAS. J. H. COOPER'S PA TEXT LEVE R GA S RE G ULA TOR. 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 k CHANDLER, Agents for the State of Maryland, and District of Colum bia, at the office of Messrs. GRATTAN & EVANS, Gas Fitters and Plumbers, No. 8 North street, Jarvis' Building P. S. Certificates can be had at the office. myß tf THE BOYS' ORIGINAL CLOTHING STORE, Kept by MR. DENNIS, at 84# Baltimore st., is the best place to buy CLOTHING for Boys' wear. His stock is LARGE, his assortment VARIED, and prices LOW. Call and see him. oc9-lm JAS. W. GEDDESS, No. 92 MULBERRY STREET, NEAR EUTAW. M ETA L ROOFING, HOUSE GUTTERS AND SPOUTING. Also, REPAIRING AND BUILDING IIOT AIR FUR NACES, LATROBE STOVES. ocS-dly WE would call the attention of our read ers to the fact, that the Messrs. WISE & CO., have opened a new establishment on the S. E. corner of Gay and Balti more streets,where they have on hand a new and splendid style of HATS for the fall—not surpassed by any in the city. Their $4.00 Hats 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. oco-lm WASHING AND IRONING is still done for fanii lies and individuals, at the Laundry, No. 1 East Baltimore St., by the bridge. A careful hand will collect and return the clothes. Call and leave your order and get a list of prices, rules and regulations. oc4-d3m DRS. HUNTER AND WILLIAMS, can be con suited 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: MOORE k EMORY—corner Howard and Madison sts. N. H. JENNINGS & Co.—No 88 North Charles st. JOHN W. BARRY & Co.—cor. Baltimore and Pearl sts. EDWIN EARECKSON—cor. Baltimore and Caroline sts. WM. If. READ—No. 93 Broadway. DENNISON & BRO.—No. 219 West Pratt st. STANLEY k Co.—No. 31 Light st., cor. of Lombard. JAMES M. LAMDIN—No. 1 North street. DOBBIN k WARFIELD, Sole Agents, 529-tf No. 36 Second eet. COAL NOTICE, WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM Our Friends and consumers of Coal generally, that we are receiving and prepared to deliver the Locust Gap and Coal Mountain COALS, which in appearance, quality and durability, can not be surpassed by any brought to this market. We 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 tli-e ton. We also keep constantly on hand, Lyken's Valley, Short Mountain and Cumberland COALS. WASHBURN k HOUSE, Office, S9 Lombard street, 2nd door, au7 West of South st. ROOFING I ROOFING ! ! ROOFING !! ! Economy, Durability and Security. Warren's Fire and Water Proof FELT AND COMPOSITION ROOFING. Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing Purposes. PERFECTLY FIRE 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-DAGUERRF.OTYPES, &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 SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES, AT 105 BALTIMORE STREET, HAVE: BEEN GREATLY REDUCED IN PRICE. #yiYe are now offering anew family machine at the LOW PRICE OF FIFTY DOLLARS. G3~Heniming guages of every width, binding guages of ail sizes, are adjusted to our machines. 85P"Scnd for a copy of I. M. Singer k Co.'s Gazette. ocl-tf W. E. BRODERICK, Agent. SLOAT &. Co.'s NEW SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, Sewing every description of cloth work in a superior man ner, and warranted to give the best satisfaction. Price— s70 —complete. WEEDS' SHUTTLE SEWIXG MACHINE, The best in use for every description of CLOTH and LEATHER WORK, that requires a seam, making beauti ful, strong stitch, both sides alike. L. D. CHASE, Agent, 529-tf No. 1)9 Baltimore Street. GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY. AT EYANS & nOYT'S, AT EVANS & HOYT'S AT EVANS & HOYT'S, AT EVANS & HOYT'S, GRAND GIFT "BOOK STORE, GRAND* GIFT BOOK STORE, GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE, GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET. 0 RNER OF FREDERICK. CORNER OF FREDERICK. CORNER OF FREDERICK. s2oly CORNER OF FREDERICK, 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. ttry Also a fine selection of FANCY FURS for Ladies and fancy CAPS for Children. FASHIONABLE IIAT EMPORIUM, 527-3xn No. 238 West Pratt street. A LITTLE BIT CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAP EST.—Fancy, Plain and Common DINNER, TEA, and CHAMBER Sets; INDIA CHINA DINNER Sets; Cut and Moulded Glass in Sets, COAL OIL LAMPS and every thing else CHEAP at JOHN A. DOBSON & CO.'S, 2 and 4 N. Charles street. s2O-3m DULANY & HARRIS, MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 4(3 NORTH HOWARD STREET, Have a well selected stock of French, English and American CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS, 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. sIS-tJanl NEW AND SUPERIOR GOODS FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. GRIFFITH k MOCORMICK, Sweet sort to John A. Griffith, No. 187 BALTIMORE STREET, AND LIGHT ST., Have received a general assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS, Of both Foreign and Domestic Manufacture, which they are prepared to make to order. READY-MADE GARMENTS, of superior workmanship and material always on hand. A call is* respectfully so licited. s2B-eoim B ALDNESS CURED. —For real worth, Wood's Hair Restorative is undoubtedly the best preparation now in use for restoring hair on bald heads, changing gray hair to its original color, and as a cosmetic or cure for pimples, it is fast taking the ottier preparations. No toilet now-a-days is complete Without it. CAUTION. —Beware of worthless imitations, as several 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,j are blown in the bottle. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers. Also by all Fancy and Toilet Goods Dealers in the United States and Canadas, and by JOHN C. GIVEN, Chinaman's Tea Store, ocls-2w 37 and 39 Baltimore itreet. MATHERS IT IRVIN, No. 224 BALTIMORE STREET, Worth tide, three doors East of Charles, Have received a large asssortment of the newest styles of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VISTINOS; adapted to the season. They solicit the attention of their friends and the public. A liberal deduction to cash purchasers. ocl3 2m NOURSE & COWAN, MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 1 NORTH CALTKRT STREET, (27 Baltimoro, Md. THE DAILY EXCHANGE, OCTOBER 16, 1858. KINDLING WOOD! KINDLING WOOD!! SAWKB AID SPLIT WOOP, OP ANT SIZE, Sawd and Sp'ii. l-y Machinery Owlne to the constantly mcioasintr demand for this wood, % I have Rreatly increased my facilities for preparing and delivering it. lam now prepared to fill all ORDERS with despatch for OAK or I'INE \\ R OOL>, of any length or size, delivering it to any part of the city free of cartage, guar anteeing the same quantity that is contained in a cord be fore being sawed and split. JAS. 11. JOHNSON, Proprietor City Steam Fire-lVood Mill, ffyoffice corner of Baltimore and North streets, over' Patriot Office. WHEELER &. WILSON'S EE IV"/,V G MA CHINK 8. j NEW AND VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS. DIAGRAM OP THE LOCK STITCIL This is the only stitch that cannot be ravelled, and that presents the same appearance upon each side of the seam. It is made with two threads, one upon each side of the fabric, and interlocked in the centre of it. Send for a Cir cular. OFFICE—I 26 W. BALTIMORE STREET, AMEEICAN BLII.DINO, sl6-ly Baltimore, Md. rrTD ,\!ARY!,A\I> INSTI Tl T\Z~' The Members of the Institute are invited to meet at their Iliill TO MORROW (Saturday) MORNING, at 9 o'clock, for thepurpose of uniting in paying respect to the memory of one of their Board of Managers, the late W M. BAYLEY, Esq., and ofattending his funeral. SAM f* EL SAX PS, oclfi-lt President. 1. O. O. i' . IKJ R. W. (; RA X P LODG E O F MA RY LAX P. The members of the R. \V. (J. Lo lge of Maryland are requested to meet at the Hall, (Jay street, on THIS (Sat urday) MORNING, at do'clock, to attend the funeral of I*. G. Master, WILLIAM BAYLEY. JOSH I'A YAXSANT, Grand Master. JOSEPH B. ESC A V.\ 1 LI.K. G . Secy or Pi It /F-VC HALL W THE MARYLAND INSTITUTE, IIALTIMOEE, October 14, 1858 —At a special meeting of the Board of Managers, convened on j t his date, the President, in an appropriate manner, an nounced the sudden demise of WILLTAM BAYLEY, Esq., ; a member of this Board, and formerly Vice President of the Institute. On motion, a committee, consisting of Messrs. Meredith, Sangston and Mills, were appointed to draft suitable reso- j lutions for the occasion, who, after a short absence, re-j ported the following: The Board of Managers of the Maryland Institute ; having heard, with deep regret, of the afflictive event which has this day deprived the Institute of one of its j oldest and most useful members, WM. BAYLEY, Esq., j have therefore Resolved , That we most sincerely sympatnize with his bereaved family and friends in this afflictive dispensation . Divine Providence, he having been one of the officers of ) this Institute from its formation, and a most efficient and devoted friend to its interest, ever enjoying the confidence and esteem of its members. Resolved, That as a token of respect to his memory, we will attend the funeral in a body, and that the members <>f the Institute he invited to meet at the Hall and unite with the Board in this demonstration of respect to our deceased brother. Resolved , That the room of the Board of Managers be i draped in mourning. Resolved , That a copy of these proceedings be pre- j sented to the family of Mr. BAYLEY, and be pub lished in the daily papers. SAML. SANDS, President. j G. n. IlrxT, Secretary. ocl6-lt n--pMAR Y LAN D CADETS ATTEN- I VVj TIOXI—A special meeting of the Company will j he held on WEDNESDAY NIGHT, the 20th, at the Kutaw House, at 7)4 o'clock. A full attendance is requested. By order, W. WILSON, JR., Lieutenant Commanding. C. A. GRIXXELL. Secretary. ocl6 -D ■ j ikj HOME. Mrs. MACRKADY will give one of her ■ Entertainments, at CARROLL HALL, on TUESDAY Evening, Oct. 19th, for the benefit of the 'Church Home' j of this city. We append the following, that our readers i may see the high estimation in which the entertainments, given by this talented lady, though an American, are viewed by the clergy and men of letters of other countries, j MONTREAL, NOV. 25th, 1856. j MADAM —We, the undersigned, on behalf of ourselves, ; and our friends generally, and on account of the deep in terest which your entertainments have created in this I city, are desirous of offering to you an expression of our j appreciation of the high order of talent which you have i displayed, as well as our sympathy in the cans for which j you are laboring, namely, to establish an entertainment where the choice selections of the dramatist and the poet can'be enjoyed without any alloy. For this purpose, we would request that, if compatible with your other engage ments, you would name an evening when we can offer you a complimentary testimonial. H. H. WHITNEY, M. P. P. C. DORWIN, United States Consul. JOHN J. DAY, Advocate and Alderman. ALEX. DIURY CAMPUELL, Rcct., A. M., Incumbent Trinity Church, Montreal. P. S. BROWN. BENJAMIN BREWSTER, N. P New England, Society. DUNCAN ROBERTSON. HENRY STUART, Advocate. C. P. DUNLAP, Advocate. P. ROBERTSON, Br. Major, A. D. C. 1.. T. DRUMMOND. T. F. CLAIR, Lieutenant 21st Fusiliers, A. D. C. WM. MUNROE, Lieutenant Colonel 39th Regt. CHAS. GARTH, President Mechanics' Institute. P. D. BROWN, President Phrenological Society. ocl6 It TO MESSRS. CHARLES WEST, j IKJ JOHN BARR and SAMUEL J. SoPKR, Judges of I the late election in the 11th Ward— Gentlemen: —A large number of your fellow-citizens, i I voters in thellth Ward, have heard that you received a I number of votes at the late election for Mayor and City Councilmen, and that they were thrown by you behind ! the ballot-box. or on the floor. They would like to know : if such was the fact, and if not true, to have the same j contradicted by you. MANY VOTERS ! oclO r the 111! i Ward. I ip^PROVISION BOOTHS STSTANDS AT THE CATTLE SHOW. The State Agricultural Society having determined that : no intoxicating liquors shall be sold on their grounds at I their Show, commencing next week, off-re will be re i ceived up to S o'clock on SATURDAY, for RENTING the REFRESHMENT BOOTHS, f.r the sale of edibles, j fls?*Privileges for the erection of stands for the sale of ! Fruits, Nuts, etc., will be granted as usual, on the pay ; incut of $lO. ! Apply at the Society's Office, 128 Baltimore street, to ; SAMUEL SANDS, General Secretary, where member hip : tickets (price $3) can be had. ; (fT"Ladies can enter their productions and receive their : admission tickets, up to Tuesday morning, at the Socio- j ty's rooms, as above. ocls 2t LECTURES ON kNGLIKIi LiT j ERATURE.—A Course of Lectures on "English | Literature as Illustrated chiefly by the Poets, from th* . i Earliest Period to that of the Commonwealth, 1 * will be de- j livered for the BENEFIT of the CHUKCII HOME AND ; | INFIRMARY by the REV. A. CLEVELAND COXE. at , i the desire of numerous friends and patrons of the In ; stitution. The entire proceeds of the Course will he de- Voted to this purjme, without any abatement for expenses. j *** The Course will begin early in November, will con tinuc weekly on Thursday evenings, and will consist of i NINE LECTURES. Further particulars will soon he pub ■ lislied. 011-eotf ; E OF THF. BALTIMORE .v ! U-J OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY, OCT., 1858. i Notice is hereby* given that a GENERAL MEETING OF I THE STOCKHOLDERS OFTHIS COMPANY will he held at this office on MONDAY, the 15th day of November next, being the third Monday in said month, between the . hours of ten and one o'clock, for the purpose of ELECT ING TWELVE DIRECTORS for the ensuing year. The | i transfer book will be closed from the 25th of October to ; j the 15th November, both days inclusive. | ocO-tIGN J. I. ATKINSON, Secretary. - jfcZ BALTIMORE RACES. I CENTRAL COURSE. THIRD I)\Y, I SATURDA Y, <(T<)BER 16th, 185 S. |'urs"e mile heats: !•'. M. Hall names g. I", old by Childe Harold, dam by Pryam. George Keny names c. h. ileury Peacliam, by Register, dam by Relianct. Calvin Green names c.h. Gonzalise, by Shylock,dam by Priam. FIFTH DAY—TUESDAY, Oct. 10,1858. GREAT FOUR MILE RACE FOR A PURSE OF $2,000! For this race, which promises to be the most exciting ' and attractive ever witnessed in this section, there arc four subscribers, viz: Ist. Mr. J. Hunter, the owner of NICHOLAS I. 2d. Mr. R. 11. Dickinson, the owner of TAR RIVER. 3d. Mr. John Campbell, the owner of LIZZIE McDOX ALD. 4th. Mr. Calvin Green, who has secured the services of SLASHER, which horse is in charge of Mr. Thomas W. Dos well. Badges for the week for the quarter stretch and covered stand, $5. Badges for each day, $2.50. Gate fee to the field and open stand sl. Race to commence at 1 o'clock. CALVIN GREEN k CO. ocl6-lt Proprietors. EILDON HALL RKSTAI RANT. J No. 78 WEST FAYETTE STREET. A short distance above BARXUM'S CITY HOTEL. The undersigned having recently added many improve ments to their well apointed Restaurant, desire to call the attention of the public to the same; particularly the nu merous strangers, who are now on a visit to our city, at tending the Fairs of the Agricultural Society and Mary land Institute. Strangers will he made to feel athome at KLDON H ALL, where every delicacy, found in our own and foreign mar kets, will be served to them at the shortest notice. Our accommodations for the entertainment of large Dinner or Supper Parties, in private rooms, cannot be sur passed. Meals furnished at all hours. Oysters, Terrapins, Fish and Fowl of all 'descriptions, cooked in the best style We cheerfully invite citizens and stranges to visit our establishment, pledging to give satisfaction to our patrons in every department. ocl6 eo4tr RF.ILLY k SNYDER. MANUFACTURED TOBACCO" HALF POUNDS. 24 cases Sweet Orange, I 15 cases Jno. Q. Wade, 30 " A. C. Colgin, 24 " W. R. Arrington, 23 44 Don JIS 44 W. Barrows, FIVES LUMPS. 54 # bxs. Mai lory, I 88# bxs. Tittman, 65 44 A.Hume, 25 44 (.'rant & Williams, 13 44 R. Taylor, |4l 44 Don Quixote, f3 44 Verina, 150 44 W. 11. Grants, 50 44 Pearl, TENS. 50# bxs. W. A. Turpins, I 12# bxs. JTurae, 25 44 Spotswood k Co.. | POUNDS LUMPS. 20# bxs. Bettie Oliver, | 24# bxs. T. .T. Deane, 6 44 Atlantic Cable, | 110# bxs.Crumpton'sSt'by ROCGHAND READY TWIST. 20 kegs J. K. Millner & Sons, | 18 kegs J. T. Trotter's, Received per steamer and for sale by JACOB HEALD k CO.. ocl6-tf No. 58 S. Gay strer?t H. W. DUNCAN, DF.AI.KR IX TEAS, WINES AND GROCERIES, S. E. CORNER FAYETTE AND FINE STREETS. ocl6-tf BALTIMORE. W~ C. N. ('ARK. ■ 31 LEXINOTON ST., BALTIMORE. SAMUEL S. CARR, TOWSONTOWN, BALTIMORE COUNTY. ATTOR N E YS-AT-L A W. Particular attention given to business in the Circuit Court for Baltimore county. nclO-tf WILLIAM STREET, and others MFtU JACOB BUT LEIIGE. ami others. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BAL TIMORE ClTY.—October 15th, 1858—Ordered,that the sale madeand reported by Geo. R. Cinnamond, Trustee, for the sale of the property in these proceedings mentioned, be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shewn on or before the Bth day of November next; pro vided a copy of this order be inserted in some paper pub lished in Baltimore city, once in each of three successive weeks before the said Bth day of November next. The Report states the amount of sales to be $3,500. True copy, W. H. 11. TURNER, Cl'k. ocl6-law3w Test, W. H. H. TURNER, f I k. W. W. GLENN, Acting Exr. vs. JOEL F. COUNCELL. NOTICE TO CREDlTOßS—Creditors holding lien claims on the property, sold under this trust, situated on the Northwest corner of Lexington and Schroeder streets, or holding claims against the said Coyn cell prior to the 3d day of last* April, are notified to file the same, properly certified to, with the Clerk of the Superior Court or with the Auditor, on or before the 20th DAY OF DECEMBER next. W. W. GLENN, • ocl6-law3w Acting Exr. JOHN GLENN. PLAIN HAMS. 2,(KM) pieces sitit;i!>!<> lor Shippers for sale by S MIT I IJ& XIOODF.MI'S. orlfi ARDTISTKEGS.- - A Choir.- Article.'for sale by SMITH k NICODEMUS. oc!6-tf RIME "BACON SHOULDERS, 10070 and in casks, for sale by SMITH k NICODE MUS. ? cl6 - tf NEW RAISINS.CURRANTS, CITRON, DATES AND ALMONDS, for sale low, H. W. PUN CAN, S. E. corner Fayette ami I'inc streets. oclG tf UCKWHEAT MEAL. Clinic- l-Yumly and Extra Flour at Manufacturers prices, H. W. DUN CAN, S. K. corner Fayette and Pine streets. ocl6-tf HAM 8. Choice Sugar Hunts, Beef TONGUES AND LARD, at the lowest cash prices, H. W. DUNCAN, S. F„ corner Fayette and Pine streets. oclfl-tf EAS. Choice Green and Black Teas which are of the choicest selection at the lowest cash price, H, W. DUNCAN, 8. E, corner Fayette and Pino streets. <*lo tf SUNDRIES.—2O drums Codfish; 20 do. Ollako do ; " bbls. No. 1 Susquehanna X.E. Family Herring's "* 20 do. N.E pure Molasses Rum; 2GO do. ti'd Rye Whiskey; 200 do. Ohio high proof do.; 40 do. Cider Vinegar; for sale by J. F. MJLLER & Co., 7 1 ' Bowlv's wharf. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO CAP tains of vessels. Planters, Public Works and the Public at large. This is the far-famed Pn. Indian Herb Dr. ROBERT DELANEV, is now home from the South and West. His fame is now all over our land. His No. 1 Blood Purifier and Magic Pain Killer and Healer, Agues and Plagues Disinfecting Agents. If only timely, as pel directions on bottles, saves life in three minutes of the most sudden cold deathly chills, coughs, agues, pains in the heart, rush of blood to the head, lock-jaw, apoplexy, palsy and fits, deathly spasms, cramps, cholics, bloody flux; prevent and cure for any cholera, ship, scarlet and yellow fevers, black vomit, or any epidemics. Signed and sealed by the heads of our country, both commercial and legislative. From no less than our State and U. S. officers to the commanding general, President of the Unitt d States and engineers,endorsed by our head shipping and public officers, and all our foreign and bay captains, professors, doctors and ministers of the Gospel, and sealed by our community E. W. X. and S. ft?'" Our far famed Pn. Indian ITerb Dr. ROBERT DE LANEV has returned from his Southern and Western ex ploring Indian herb medicinal tour, and firings with him his great secret, his Indian cancer WAHOO ROOTS and HERBS, Heartsease, &c., a proven antidote against all epidemics, atmcsphci ieal and mineral poisons, dog and serpent bites, and cure for all mercurial or any kind of cancers, constrictions, kidney, liver, dropsical piles, fi-tu la*. king's evil, lose cancer, dry tetter and all erysipelas, scrofulas, crippled rheumatics, gravel, dyspepsia, cough and consumption: frees, purifies and restores the functions of the heart and the blood-vessels, and the generative and all organs to life, health and vigor—all by his soothing and life-saving herbs, and saves life without the knife. - ItySaves children of spinal broken back, rickets, puny cbolic.v wormy tit?-, deranged stomach and bowels, cough and consumption. Kyilis guaranty for Whooping, Spas modic and nil kinds of coughs and fits— public voice. ft?" Public Sealed Specific for all Agues, Yellow Jaun dice. Coughs and Fits. Important guaranty to Ague dis tricts—That if this Specific per letters of directions to wholesale correspondents, does not not prove worthy, re turn and no sale. Public evidence is now sweeping all Agues, as he has done in the South, from all hospitals and all kinds of doctors. This most wonderful and un usual guaranty is sealed by the public at large. !(.>~ Important to Ladies, heads of families—His saving ladies of the most painful Womb Disease, Spasms, Palsys. Cancers, Piles and Fits, and when given up by counsel of Doctors. Others consigned both themself, (fee., invisible, to die within the cold walls of hospital. Others suffering 19 Spasms and Fits, baffles both Physician Doctors and Medicine, death cloths prepared, the poor lady suffering the pains if death, been indelicate situation, and stran gled—had 19 Fits; at the 11th hour the humble Herb Doc tor was called in and soon freed, relieved and saved the lady's life in 9 minutes, and restored in 3 days. Oh, how shocking to pride and Kings of Palaces because they were not the Poor Indian Herb Doctor. If it was praiseworthy to cure, it was God's charity for the cure to publish to save lif". Savannah, Ga., Republican , Charleston Courier, and our Baltimore "Sun and American , for the last2o years. Were it not for luck, high authority, like a Surgeon's, of our Government, remark. saving elderly females of change of life, Paraly sis and pains of a sword piercing the breast and young females of Cough, Rose Cancer, Fits and Consumption, is beyond Medical comprehension, and unknown to their philosophy. His cure of Dog Bites, Poisons and Dreadful Maladh-s, Cholera. Ship. Scarlet and Yellow Fever, and Black Vomit, and Specific for Fevers and Agues, (fee., &c„ Exchange, Oct. 9th, 185$, is but newspaper credence. Ah, here is the Public Eye, and God is looking at pride and " MAGIC PAIN KILLER AND HEALER His 25 cent two ounce bottle is now kept and carried both by Doctors, Ministers, Public officers, all Ships and Steamboatsjind Railroads and Travelers—even our minis ters and officers in oper. Court are saved in 3 minutes of most violent cramp colic and bloody-flux, arrest cholera and all plagues and epidemics by this great life saving Disinfecting Agent, ( 'arcs all kinds of external injuries, cuts, stops blood, hurts, bruises, burns, scalds, frost bites, sick stomach, head ache, sea-sickness, neuralgia, sore eyes, tooth-ache, the bite or sting of any venomous ani mal or serpent. Hub over all kinds of pains, swellings and *ores and poisons, &c. HIS GREAT INDIAN II ERB'WAIIOO TONIC BITTERS. —Private Families ami Hotels can lie supplied with his great Indian Wahoo Herb Tonic, Nerve, Cliolicy, Anti spasmodic, Strengthening, Stomach Bitters: a disinfecting Agent all foul air and price $2 per gallon, or 50 cents per bottle. Good for Nurses, cholicky, wormy and puny chil dren. His Proud American Eagle and Ship and Trophies, Medal Signs, with his Indian Cancer Wahoo Roots and Herbs, Hearts Ease, &e., from his House-Top, No. 8, Marsh Market Space, west side, 3d door from Baltimore street and our Maryland Institute, Baltimore, Md., U. S. It* * Pr. Indian Ilerb Dr. R. DELANEY. TRUSTEES' SALE li-ISII OF FIVE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES OF SOME OF THE MOST VALUABLE LANDS IN BALTIMORE COUNTY, Known as JOHN and THOMAS' FOREST, situated near COCK FYSVI LI.K, and being the Lands of the late Char lotte Owings. This property adjoins the lands of Samuel Worthington, Joseph Price and Levi Merryman. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore citv, the undersigned, as Trustees, will offer FOR SALE, IN" PARCELS, at PUBLIC AUCTION, at the EXCHANGE READING ROOMS, No. 19 South Gay street, on THURS DAY, the lltli day A November, 1858, at one o'clock, P. M.— ALL THAT PARr OF A TRACT OF LAND CALLED JOHN AND THOMAS' FOREST, in Baltimore county, and described as follows: Beginning at a stone heretofore to perpetuate the beginning of the said land, and running thence, as the same now bears by the magnet, south 74j£ degrees, cast 552J£ perches, to a stone heretofore planted the west side of*a road 1 ending towards the Hayfield farm of John Merryman; said stone being marked C. I>. (> , said to stand in the second line of a tract of land called --Genii;" theice running with and binding on said line, as the same nov bears by the magnet, south de grees, east C9percies, to a stone heretofore planted and marked No. 4, a ;orner of said land, still binding o i --Genii," as thi same now bears by the magnet, north 88# degree!, east 97% perches, to a stake set up at the roots <f a wild cherry tree, said stake being a corner of .Suinucl IVorthington's land; then binding on that land south 4j# degrees, west 129 perches, to a box white oak tree, on tie north side of a public road; then still the sanr* course south 4,# degrees, west 2 7 10 perch es, to the south si< o of said road; and then along the south side of said rold, north seventy-six degrees, west nineteen ami four-tenths perches, t a point at the north edge of the road leai ing to Levi Merry man's; then along the said road south 10}* degrees, west 3 3-10 perches, to a line drawn south 76 degrees east, down the centre of a lane 1# perches wde, dividing between the lands of John Shipley on thesouth and .Miss Owingson the north, then binding along tic centre of said lane the two fol lowing courses anddistances, north 70 degrees, west 90 perches, and north 75J# degrees, west 33 perches, to a stake, a corner of tie said John Shipley's land; then binding on th it land south 37 degrees, west 21 perches, to a stone heretofore planted, a corner of Samuel Wor thington's land; tliea binding on his land north 57J# de gree*, west 235 percies, to a stone marked "B," hereto fore planted, between two chestnut trees, a corner of the said Wortliington's land and the said Charlotte I) Ow ings' land; then with the line of said Charlotte's land, as the same now bears by the magnet, north 80 degrees, west ISs# ]K-rche.s, to ;i stone marked "C. D. 0.," a cor ner of the said Charlotte's line, planted in the given line i of the whole tract, called John and Thomas' Forest; then binding on the sail given line north 26# degrees, west J 194 p? relies. to the place of beginning; containing 540 acres and 29 squ:ir. perches of land, clear of the Friends' Meeting House lot, and clear of a small family burying j ground, whose superficies is 2 6-10 square perches, j There i six acres if land on tlie above described, which was sold to the Ashland Iron Company for mining pur poses, which, whe.i exhausted of its minerals, reverts to j the heirs and assigns of the said Charlotte P. Owings; and there is also a grant of ore leave on this tract, which is ; now. by an arrangement, confined to 20 acres of land on lot No. 6—on sale ulat—which will entitle the purchaser i of lot Xo. 0 to the rent of 25 cents per ton, which, when I the iron business is prosperous, will yield some SSOO per year rent. The Trustees have caused the foregoing TRACTS OF ! LAND it. be divided and laid off in EIGHT PARCELS, and maps to be made of the same, which may be seen at i the office of T. M. LAXAHAN, one of the Trustees, No. 31 ' Lexington street, and at the Exchange on day of sale.— They propose, first to put up and offer for sale, the EN- . TIRE s*o ACRES in one body, as above described, sub- J ject, however, to the "Ore Leave" on twenty acres of the same, as hereinafter stated, and if no person shall be dis posed to purchase the EXIT RE TRACT, the Trustees will then sell the said property in parcels as thus laid J olT: LOT Xo. I—contains'4B .teres, 1 rood, 33perches of land, j upon which is a small log tenement, and is in a high state | of cultivation. LOT Xo. 2—contains 53 acres, 1 rood and 8 4 10 square perches, clear of the Friends' meeting house lot, and clear 1 of a small cemetery used as the family burying ground. This lot is all in cultivation and has upon it a very fine marble quarry. LOT Xo. 3—contains 52 acres and 34 perches of land, j This lot is all in cultivation and has upon it extensive ! meadows. LOT Xo. 4—contains 77 acres, 1 rood and 15 perches of ' land, upon which is erected the principal improvements, con-isting of a frame dwelling house, quarters, barn, stabling, corn house, meat house, dairy, &c., and in fine cultivation. LOT Xo. s—contains 97 acres ard 24 perches of land, about one third of which is in cultivation and the re mainder is heavily wooded. LOT Xo. o—contains 72 acres and 13 perches of land. Xo part of this lot is at present in cultivation. The wood , upon it was within a few years past cut down, and it is now covered with a young growth of wood, most of which ; is chestnut. Twenty acres of this lot is subject to a valuable , •'ORE LEAVE," which has heretofore yielded an aver age income of S4OO a year. The lessee of the said 20 acres will pay to the purchaser of the land a rent of five dollars ; per annum, and 25 cents a ton on whatever amount of iron ! ore is taken out. The fine quality of this land and the large revenue heretofore received from the "ore leave" attached renders this lot peculiarly valuable. The IROX ORE on this lot is represented to be of the finest quality and almost inexhaustible. The original lease on "Ore Leave" was from Charlotte D. Owings to Richard Green. The improvements on this part of the property consist of a small frame dwelling. L< >T Xo. 7—contains 56 acres, 3 roods and 21 perches of land—lias no improvements upon it, and is in all respects like unto Lot Xo. C, as to the wood, and to he subject to a road along its north side 20 feet wide, for common use. LOT Xo. B—contains 83 acres and 1 perch of land—is similar to Lot Xo. 6. in its young growth of wood, and subject to the right of way laid out along its north side for common use, twenty feet wide. A line spring of water is on this lot. A Flat of this property may be seen as above described, and laid off'at the office of T. M. LAXAHAN, Esq., Xo. 31 Lexington street. Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree—One-fourth cash; balance in six. twelve and eighteen months, with interest and security to be approved by the trustees. T M. LAXAHAN, ) WM. F. FRICK, [Trustees. GEO. WM. BROWN, ) SAM'L 11. GOVER, Auctioneer, oclfi 3tawAds Xo. 84 Baltimore street. fpj TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A VALU b;;I| ABLE WAREHOUSE OX LOMBARD STREET.— By virtue of an order of the Superior Court for Baltimore city, the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer at Public Sale, if not sold previously at private sale, on MONDAY, November Sth. at 1 o'clock, at the Baltimore Exchange, No. 19 South Cay street; WAREHOUSE, Xo. 119 Lombard street, front 25 feet, with a depth of 70 feet to Balderston street. The Building is of the best material and workmanship, and adapted to any sort of business. Terms made known on day of sale. JOSEPH REYNOLDS, Trustee. F. W. BENNETT k CO., ocl7 eod&ds Auctioneers. PK.I'AN NUTS.— F,O IKIJIS Largo Toxas, landing and for sale by J. CROSBY & SON, 15 Bow ly's wharf oclO tf ]Cf| HHDS. PRIM ErW EST ERX t/Y/SMOKED BACON' SIDES, just received and for sale by SMITH & NICODEMUS. oclK-tf T AND—LAND FOR SALE, IN MARY JLILAND AND VIRGINIA.—Farm in Talbot County; 490 acres first rate land. Farm of 210 acres, one of 280, with good frame dwellings and out-houses; one of 184 acres, this farm will probably be for one of the depots of theJDelaware and Maryland Railroad. These lands are in the highest state of cultivation, near, or on the wat-r, near the town of Easton, the best society, Ac.,will be sold at S4O per acre. A splendid farm in Harford County, 800 acres; one in Carroll, not to he surpassed; 100 fine farms in Howard; 2in Prince George's; 2 in Anne Arundel; with farms in all parts of the State. Also some 50 farms in Virginia. Also a most splendid estate in Talbot Coun ty; 800 acres land in highest state of cultivation on the water, splendid buildings,with all the advantage of luxu ry, such as iih, crabs, wild fowl, oysters, Ac., large tract of white oak timber, price SSO per acre. R. W. RASIN, Land Agent,' No. 61 Fayette street, oclO tf near St. Paul street. f ROCERY AND PRODUCE COjtfMIS VX SION MERCHANTS. J. lIEXRY GREEXWA Y <F- CO., No 48 3. CALVERT STREET, BALTIMORE. Sole Agents for Allen & Needles' SUP. PHOSPHATE 3S T MK. oc2 tf WM. P. THOMPSON, Jr. CALIFORNIA AND FRASER Persons desiring Tickets for CALIFOR NIA AND FRASER Rl\ ER, by the Steamers leaving New York the sth and 20th of each and every month, can obtain the same by applying to PENDERGAST BROS au26-tf 77 Smith's wharf, up stairs. C^HEESE. —< >OO boxes Eastern Cutting /Cheese; 1,000 boxes Western Cutting Cheese; 1,000 boxes English Dairy do.; 100 boxes Norton's Pine Apple do.; for sale by DAVII) T. BUZBY, ocß tf No. 6 Exchange Place. BRACKETS FOR COTTAGES.—A iso Mouldings, various kinds, Columns, Balustrading kc.. for sale by JO3. THOMAS i SON, corner of Park and Clay sts. oc4-tf BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S; ! BUY YOl'R CARPETS AT HYPE'S; BUY YOUI! CARPETS AT lIYPB'S; Bt Y YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S; BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S; BUY YOl'R CARPETS AT HYDE'S: BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYPE'S; BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYPE S; BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S; BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S; BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S; BUY YOUR CARPETS AT HYDE'S; OYER 500 PIECES VELVET. BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY, AMD INGRAIX CARPETING! Received Tins WEEK from the Great Auction Sales in Bns ton, New York. Philadelphia and Baltimore, and will bt* sold at prices STILL LOWER THAN EVER. WE WII.L SET I. THE K E A I, ENG L I SII VELVET CARPETING at SI Iworth 75: VELVET CARPETING at $1 12>z, worth $1 75; VELVET CARPETING at SI 1 1A- worth SI 75; VELVET CARPETING at #1 Vl'A. worth $1 75; VELVET CARPETING at SI VIA-worth $1 75; VELVET CARPETING at SI VIA- worth SI 76: VELVET CARPETING at SI 12.!*, worth SI 75; VELVET CARPETING at SI Vi'A- worth SI 75; ; VELVET CARPETING at SI I 2, worth $1 75; VELVET CARPETING at SI VIA. worth $1 75; | VELVET CARPETING at SI VIA, worth $1 75; VELVET CARPETING at Si worth SI 75; WE WILL SELL THE VERY BEST VELVET CARPETING at St 25, wortli ?2; VELVET CARPETING at 1 25. worth $2; VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2: VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2; VELVET CARPETING at 1 25. worth $2; VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2; VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2; VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2; VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth S—; VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth S2; VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2; VELVET CARPETING at 1 25, worth $2; WE WILL SELL GOOI) BRUSSELS CARPETING at 50 cents, worth SI; BRUSSELS CARPETING at 60 cents, worth $1; BRUSSELS CARPETING at 50 cents, worth SI; BRUSSELS CARPETING at 50 cents, worth $!; BRUSSELS CARPETING at 50 cents, worth Jl; 1 BRUSSELS CARPETING at 50 cents, worth $1; WE WILL SELL TII E RE A L E N GUIS II BRUSSELS CARPETING at S7A cell's, worth fl 50; BRUSSELS CARPETING at cents, worth SI 60: I BRUSSELS CARPETING at cents, worth SI 50; BRUSSELS CARPETING at cents, worth SI 50; BRUSSELS CARPETING at cents, worth SI 50; '' BRUSSELS CARPETING at S7cents, worth SI 50. BRUSSELS CARPETING at s7,L cents, worth SI 50; BRUSSELS CARPETING at S7jJ cents, worth SI 50, j BRUSSELS CARPETING at S 7U cents, worth SI 50; j BRUSSELS CARPETING at 87 cents, worth SI 50; BRUSSELS CARPETING at N7,U cents, worth SI 50; j BRUSSELS UARI'ETING at 87/ i cents, worth 50; ; WE WILL SELL S P L E N I) I I) THREE PLY CARPETING at 87* cents, worth fl 25; THREE PLY CARPETING at S7L cents, worth SI 25; THREE PLY CARPETING at cents, worth SI 25; ! THREE PLY ('.ARRETING at N7,G cents, worth St 25; THREE PLY CARPETING at cents, worth $1 25, THREE PLY CARPETING at 87, cents, worth SI 25; j TREEE I'LY CARPET ING at 87UT cents, worth SI 25; ; THREE PI.A" CARPETING at s 7A cents, worth SI 25; 1 THREE PLY CARPETING at 87A cents, worth SI 25; THREE PLY CARPETING at S7.W cents, worth SI 25; I THREE PLV CAKPET!X<; at 87M cents, worth 1!5; THREE PLY CARPETING at S7,C cents, worth 23, I WE WILL SELL A L L WO O L INGRAIX ('ARRETING at 44 cents, worth 75; INGRAIN CARPETING at 44 cents, worth 75; INGRAIN CARPETING at 44 cents, worth 75* INGRAIN CARPETING at 41 cents, worth 75; INGRAIN CARPETING at 44 cents, worth 75; IXG RAIX CA RPKTIX•' at 44 cents, worth 75; INGRAIN CAKPKTING at 44 cents, worth 75; INGR AIN CARPETING at 44 cents, worth 75; INGRAIN CARPETING :144 c nts, worth 75: INGRAIN C All PET IN Gat 44 cents, worth 75; IXGKAIX CA KPKTING at 44 cents, worth 75; INGRAIN CARPETING at 44 cents, worth 75; Yard wide List CARPET 28cents, worth 38... STAIR CARPETING from lOcents to $1 a yard. 1,000 Brussels RUGS 02% cents, worth $1 50. 1,000 Brussels HASSOCKS 50 cents, worth £t. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, ! Ten thousand dollars' worth FLOOR OILCLOTHS, from j 2 to 24 feet wide, and at just about half price. DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS' "WORTH OF DRY GOODS. At prices lower than they can he found in the eity. KTThe Omnibuses all pass the GREAT UNITED STATES DRY GOODS AND CARPET STORE, We can show every article advertised. #yOur Great U. S. Express takes goods to all parts of i the city Free of Cha rye. #y\Ve have nearly 50 hands constantly employed in cutting, fitting and making Carpets, and therefore can ; have Carpets made and Oil Cloths put pown at the ; Shortest Xotice. j fcycOl'XTRY MERCHANTS wishing tosave 25 per : cent, will please call down before purchasing. ! GREAT UNITED STATES DRY GOODS AND CARPET STORE is right on tin* northeast corner of BROAD WA V AXD EASTERX AVEXUE, FeWs Point. ocl2-T,M,s-3t S. X HYDE. r PREASURY DEPARTMENT, -1- COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE. Mr. TIIOMAS D. JOHNSTON, Agent of the following Insurance Companies, has duly complied with the LAW ! relating to the "AGENCIES OF FOREIGN CORPORA TIONS," passed March 8.1858. W. H. PURNELL, Comptroller. MARITSTK INSURANCE. THE MERCANTILE MUTUAL. MARINE. INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK, ELLWOOD WALTER, President. Assets January 1,1858, NINE HUNDRED AXDTHIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS Scrip and Cash Dividend ( TWENTY-EIGHT AND ONE HALF PERCENT. ] OPEN AND SPECIAL POLICIES ISSUED OX THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. PREMIUMS LIBERALLY CREDITED. THOS. D. JOHNSTON, T.t SECOND STREET. ssctraxTV INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $200,000. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED ASD PAID EY THOS. 1) JOHNSTON, PKENBX FIRE. INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 250,000. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED ASD PAID BY THOS. D. JOHNSTON, • NSW WOHUB FIRS. INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $234,000. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED ASD PAID BY THOS. I). JOHNSTON, RESOLUTE FIRE. INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $240,000. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY THOS. I>. JOHNSTON, ALB3UMARLE. FIHE. INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SIBB,OOO. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY THOS. I). JOHNSTON, LYNCHBURG. INSURANCE CO. OF VA. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SIBI,OOO. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY THOS. D. JOHNSTON, INSUHATSTULH GOJSPJLNV OF THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. $354,000. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY TIIOS. I). JOHNSTON, The stock of the above Companies ranges from 30 to 60 percent, above par. and they pay annual dividends of 16 to 20 per cent. Their assets arc invested in the most reliable and availa ble securities, and are ample for any emergency which could arise under the sagacious jurisdiction which controls their operations. JOHNSTONS INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 SECORJD STRSET. _oc9-T,Tnfcstfr BALTIMORE FIRE INSURANCE CO (ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF HALF A CENTURY.) NE W BUILDING, S.W CORNER OF SOUTH AND WATER STREETS. This Company INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DAM AGE BY FIRE, in the city or country, on the various de : scriptions of property. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. J. I. COHEN, JR., President R. A. TAYLOR, WM. GILMOR, W. G. HARRISON, J. PENNINGTO S. T. THOMPSON, JOSHUA I. COHEN, ' GEO. R. VICKEBS, FRANCIS T KINO, F. W. ALRICKS, HENRY CARROLL, S. O. HOFFMAN, R. S. STEDART DAVID S. WILSON, WM. H. BRUME. W. F. WORTHINGTON, fe22-eotfr. FRED'K WOODWORTH. Secretary ( lARPETS! CARPETS! V_V The undersigned would respectfully call the atten ■ lion of his friends and customers to his well selected ! stock of TAPESTRY, BRUSSELS, i Three-ply ingrain CARPETJNGS, OILCLOTH. DOOR MATS, RUGS, TABLE OIL CLOTH, STAIR RODS, kc. All of which he offers as CHEAP as the cheapest, and as good as the best in the city. N. B.—l have a fine assortment of RAG CARPETING on hand of my own make. Rag Carets wove to order at j short notice. JOHN SAYLOR, No. 2 West Baltimore street. | oc!3-w&s2t At the Bridge. T AID IN KENTUCKY.—That valuable -I J tract near "SPICK KNOB." in Davies County, Ky., 10 miles from Owensboro and 6 miles from the Ohio river, containing 1,094 acres. This land is of a rich virgin soil, beautifully undulating, well watered and healthful. A partis cleared and the rest covered with valuable timber. This tract of land was examined by l)r. James Biggins, | (former State Agricultural Chemist of Maryland.) who | certifies to the existence of a valuable vein of pure CANAL I COAL, 4 feet 4 inches in thickness, extending over nearly all this property. Dr. Biggins states that this coal is , free from slate, has a good covering and can be mined with but slight expense. He also points out other ndvan ; tages which may be seen in liis report at my office. The title to this property is indisputable, and the terms will j be made accommodating to the convenience of the pur chaser. If desired, it will he divided into tracts of not less than 200 Acres. For other particulars apply to W. 1 B. WALL, ESQ., at Owensboro, or to the subscriber X. E. BERRY, I ocl4-tf Attorney for Thos &M. F. Mason. APERI IAN GIN GS AND VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTORY. O. HER RIX G, No. SO BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR GAY, Has just received bis fall stock of FIXE GOLD AND SATIN GLAZED PAPER, from all the different manufactories. Also, UNGLAZED : PAPERS, ranging from 12/.J to 25 cts. per piece, with a ' variety of GILT AND VELVET BORDERS, FIRE HOARD PRINTS, OIL SHADES, BUFF HOLLAND AND GOLD SHADES, TABLE AND FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, .MATTING AND DOOR MATS, | NARROW AND WIDE SLAT VENETIAN BLINDS, I And in fact everything pertaining to the business. VERANDAS MADE TO ORDER. An experienced workman sent to any part of the State of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia, to pat on paper, when travelling expenses :lrt ' l>aid. oolJ-tf LD PAPERS FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE AT 25 CENTS I PER HUNDRED Apply at this Office ap2o tf STOCK HOUSE —OF— JOHNSTON BROTHERS k CO., 198 BALTIMORE STREET. We attend PROMPTLY to "the purchase and sate 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 terms. EXCHANOE AND RANKIN'; DEPARTMENT. We pay particular attention to the purchase and sale of UNCURKEXT MONEY, and are enabled from our active reciprocal correspondence with the PRINCIPAL BANKS of the country, to buy at very low rates. DISCOUNTING TIME PAPER AND LENDING MONEY ON COLLATERALS. We are constant lenders OR Money and purchasers of Paper. Our large capital and constant control of money enables us to oiler every inducement to borrowers. COLLECTIONS. Have special care with PROMPT RETURNS AT LOW S RATES. JOHNSTON BROTHERS iC CO., oc7-tf BANKERS. _ YyifOr.ESAI.E PURCHASERS OF DRY GOODS Are invited to examine the large and splendid assort ment of FOREIGN DRY GOODS, carefully selected by one of the firm in the manufacturing | districts of Europe. NOW OPEN on 2nd and 3d floors of 199, 201 A- 203 BALTIMORE STREET, which in variety, style of Goods and low prices will com pare favorably with any establishment in the United 1 States. OUR RETAIL STOCK (FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT,) presents a magnificent stock in every department of the j trade. s3O-tr HAMILTON EASTER k CO. ! QHARLES D. DEFORD & CO., TOBACCO COMMISSION MERC IT A NTS, AND IMPORTERS OF IIA VA NA cm ARS AND LEA F TOIJA CCO, No. 37 SOUTH CAY STREET, BALTIMORE. MANUFACTI'IIKO TOBACCO. We are agents for most of the manufacturers of Tobacco in Virginia and North Carolina, and through them we are regularly supplied with all the various grades of Chewing Tobacco. HAVANA CTGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO. Our arrangements for supplies of Cigars and Leaf To bacco, through our Agent, who resides in Havana, enable us to offer as large an assortment of the various qualities j as any house in the United States. AMERICAN LEAF TOBACCO. We have always on hand Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Con necticut. Ohio, and other kinds, suitable for home trad and exportation; also, SNUFFS, SMOKING AND FINE CUT CHEWING TOR A CCO, PIPES AND TOBACCO KNIVES, jylfttf LIQUORICE, TONQUA BEANS, kc. j CHIRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS ! MADE TO ORDER FOR For $1.50 and $1.75. AT R A Y M OND'S 36 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, <W it. TO ANY MADE ELSEWHERE For 33.00 MUL $3.50. I A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED! A great variety of UNDER SHIRTS AND DRA ITERS, \ Adapted to the fall trade. BOYS' SHIRTS, Of all sizes. TIES, SCARFS, GLOVES, HDKFS, &C., kc.y of new styles, Embracing every article usually kept in a first class GENTS' FURXTSmXO GOODS STORE, ALL AT s2l -Cmr VERT LOW PRICES. OFFICE OF THE MARYLAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB, I). B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. DE AN, ADAMS AND DEAN tCOI -T'S REVOLVERS, small size. I). B. TRIMBLE, an2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. PURDY'S, LANCASTEII"s AndDEAA, Adams' & Dean's GUNS, imported to order, by I). B. TRIMBLE, &u3O-tf 200 Baltimore street. QINGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL 0 DUCK GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. THE < CELEBRATED CarroU Island Duck JL GUN, by Westly Richards. ]). B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. DOUBLE BARBELL BIRD GUNS—B* Richards, Man ton, Greener, Moore, and all English ! makers; for sale by D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. BOYS' SINGLE AND DOUBLE BAR RELL BIRI) GUNS. I). B. TRIMBLE, ; au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. HPRENCH liUEECII LOADING SHOT ; D. B. TRIMBLE, | au2S-tf 200 Baltimore street. IFHKUY A llflt LE IN TI IK SI'OKTLNG JUNE. In be had at THE SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE, I). B. TRIMBLE, i an2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. DECOY DUCKS, at Manufacturers' pnc< s I). B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 2<)o Baltimore street. QARPETINGS, CARPETINGS, CARPETINGS. FA LI. STOCK AT REDUCED PRICES. WALSH & CONRADT, | ncl-dlmr No. IN. Gay St. TPNGLISH VELVET, TAPF.STRY AND BRUSSELS CARPETINGS, Purchased expressly for this market. WALSH & CONRADT, I ocl-dlnr No. IN. Gay st. gUPER AND FINE INGRAINS, TWILLED AND PLAIN VENETIAN C A R P E TINGS . I A large stock on hand that will he closed out AT PRICES TO PLEASE. WALSH & CONRADT, ocl dlmr No. 1 N. Gay st. QIL CLOTHS, VELVET RUGS-AND MATS, DRUGGETS. COCOA MATTING, <Cc., iCc., Which will be sold as LOW as any in the city. WALSH & CONRADT, ocl dlmr No. 1 N. Gay st. VLL WOOL REPTS. CRIMSON. MAROON. GREEN, BLUE, and DRAB, WILLIAM HOLLAND, 1 ocs-3m No. 72 North Howard st., Baltimore. KELL\ & SON, A • MERCHANT TAILORS, j No. 3 LIBERTY STREET, Have received a full assortment of the newest STYLES OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE, FOR THE FA LL AXD 117A* TER SEA SOX, and respectfully solicit a call from their customers and j others. ftyTo cash purchasers a liberal deduction will be made i s2B-3mr JOSEPH E. WILLSON, PAPER HANGINGS, AND WINDOW SHADE MANUFACTURER, No. 109 N. HOWAHD STKEET. Between Mulberry and Sarntnija, BALTIMORE. Plain, Buff and White LINEN I VINDO IV SUA DES ; made and put up to order in the neatest manner. ALLL kinds of PAPER II A N G IN G j done by careful workmen in the very bed style, "<'l dlv and at the lowest prices FOR CASH. FOR SALE. —OUE supeno j PUNO— very littie used. Apply at No 1/ J \l J ÜB4 Aisqnlth street. aus-dtf ! A TLANTIC TELEGRAPH TRINKETS. IL CANFIELD, BRO. k CO., 22ft BALTIMORE STREF.T, Have a great variety of articles manufactured out of tne Submarine Telegraph Cable, such as Broaches, Charms, Watch Keys, Letter .Stamps, &c. Also, pieces of Cable j mounted on brass and silver. s!3 MONUMENTAL BRASS WORKS. No. 44 IIOLLIDAY ST. GEORGE IV. HARDESTY, BRASS FOUNDER, AXP MANUFACTURER OF STEAM, WATER AND GAS COCKS, Keeps constantly on hand every description of BRASS WORK used by Plumbers, Steam Engine Builders, Steam Fitters. Distilleries, Breweries, Ac., Sc. Also, LAGER BEER COCKS, of ail sizes. 1 Brass Castings of every description done daily ocl 5 3M JOSEPH T. ATKINSON, A TTORNEY AT LA IV Has REMOVED to 36 ST. PAUL STRFFT * COMMISSIONER FOR VIRGINIA, PKNNSYI V\\l \ NEW JERSEY. ILLINOIS, IXDIVv A KEY TUCK V, OHIO, TENNESSEE GEORGYr NORTH CAROLINA AND SOUTH CAR ocl&Bm OLIN.x. PHOENIX STEAM MARBLE WORKS, ESTABLISHED 1820, CORNER SHARP AND GERMAN STREETS. Persons owning family lots in public cemeteries or pri vate l.unal grounds, are respectfully invited to call before piuchasiug elsewhere, and examine the stock of MONUMENTS, TOMBS. HEADSTONES, AC OF the best American and Italian marble, now finished ; A, 1 "! F " R . SA,U LLT 'he above establishment. The ASSORT ment "E.I " ! V*®' GRACES O'E'INAL designs and of choice \ '" V " F .'" M T! ! E appropriate and beautiful artists' structures m modern use. .Also, M \KB 1 K stati'i-n I AHDKN VA S E.S, FOUNTAINS, and other |S7OL!TAD: A " TAMIWC ' LIL,BS ' 0R GRAVC hits, cot - ALEXANDER GADDESS. Proprietor, —— Steam Marble Works R TRAVELERS, jJ- CAN FIELD BROS. <t CO I 229 BALTIMORE STREET "' s/wwSlfK 1 V,M A TS. ,! : OF '"•tich-s. such ns'PRES SING CASKS, TRAVELING BAGS SOAPS PFli FUMERY, RAZORS, TOOTH BRUSHES FANS PORT- Q^IALITY^^ 1 C,GAKCASES > *•. Ac.,'aH of the TEST T\7"ALNUT AND MAHOGTNV In LOS JOS. THOMAS A. SON, corner Park and Clay streets I oc4-tf TNEHA < HJNA. fTwelve dinnec SETS* each j Xcontaining one hundred and sixty-one nieces For sale by THOMAS WHITRIDGE & CO., 12 AND 13 Bowly'Z I wharf. ~ ocs if Mutation. HH. BRUISING, * • TEACHER OF THE 3ERMAN, FRENCH AND SPANISH LANGUAGES, __J Can be seen at the ~— COMMERCIAL AXli COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, N0.7 Franklin street, from 4to P. M., or at No. 139 Lexington street, one door East of Howard. 524-eo3m RUGBY INSTITUTE.—This is a Select 2 Boading School for boys and young gentlemen, sit uated at Mount Wasliington, six miles from Baltimore, on the N. Central Railroad. The number is limited to twen ty two. The next session (of five months) will commence 5 on the FIRST MONDAY IN* NOVEMBER. For circulars, kc., address E. ARNOLD, LLD. . OCS-eolm Mount Washington, Baltimore Co., Md. MOUNT WASHINGTON COLLEGE h FOR YOUNG LADIES.—The WINTER SESSION ji„ begins November 3d, 1858. The course of instruction in *p the usual brandies is full and thorough, being under the direction of an efficient Faculty of able and experienced on Teachers. Every necessary appliance required for Female on education is at the command of the Institution. Parents who desire a thorough education for their daughters, with the comforts and advantages of the Christian family, are ve invited to examine the School. For terms of admission and further information, an dress " a Rev GEO. LEWIS STALKY. Principal, Mount Washing ton, Baltimore Co., Maryland., or Rev. Dr. HEINER, dec jfl ond St., Baltimore. Catalogues can be had at CUSHIXGS h k BAILEY S, Baltimore st. si:, lv " n HALL OP s r. JOHN, XO. 271 MADISON AVENUE. (SECOND DOOR A DOVE HOFFMAN ST.) RECTOR: BENJAMIN B. GRLSWOLD, A. M. This is a Protestant Episcopal School/or a limited num ; her of Roys. French Classes under M. DES POMMIERS. • Boys received from 10 to 14 years of age, ami retained until carried to any degree of advancement desired. The bo i School re-opens on MONDAY, September 6th. Circulars at Mr. WATERS' BOOK STORE, and at the Episcopal reading room. au7 dtf b, NN HE COLLEGE OP ST. JAMES, JL MARYLAND —The next ANNUAL SESSION begins on WEDNESDAY, September 29th. Punctual attendance F ion that day is requested. Applicants can enter any class df in the Preparatory School, or in the College, for which 5- upon examination they are found qualified. COMMER- g CIAL STUDIES pursued by those whose parents desire it. Ji Am])le accommodations are provided for one hundred and l twenty pupils. • Terms—Two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) for the ir session, payable semi-annually in advance, covering all y expenses of Tuition and Boarding. For admission apply ,** to the Rev. I>r. KKRFOOT, Rector, College St. James g Postoffice, Maryland. j.vß tf ir iiollllts. i! \\" YNTED IN A WHOLESALE HARD! 2 V V WARE STORE—A boy to learn the business. To an honest intelligent youth, a good situation is offered Address, in hand writing of applicant, HARDWARE IM PORTER, at the Exchange Office. oc!s-4t F \\TANTED. —A well secured Ground , W Rent of about $2,500; apply to n sll tf P. H. SULLIVAN, No. 24 Second st. y W "ANTED TO KENT A small Dwell- ing within ten minutes walk of South and Ilalti- j more streets, rent not to exceed $l5O. Address IN- , yUIIIEII, office of Daily Exchange. jy26 tf j WANTED.—A comfortable three-story * U. !'• DWELLING, with passage and hack-building, in the 1 ■'"'"Western part of the city, hut East of Fremont st.— ' ' Rent not more than $350. Please address A. G. at this of ' tiee. "'f , } OOK.ING GLASSES! t I i LOOKING GLASSES!! , LOOKING GLASSES! , 1 LOOKING GLASS, 1 PICTURE FRAME; CONSOLE, CORNICE, BRACKET, TRIPOD, and PIER TABLE MANUFACTURER. PHOTOGRAPHIC OYALS of all sizes, patterns and styles, at the lowest cash price W.M. MoGREW, No. 24 N. Liberty street, Baltimore. Md i Importer of French and German PLATE GLASS and ' French and English ENGRAVINGS. | The attention of the Public is called to the style of work exhibited at this establishment, only equaled in New York 1 and unsurpassed in this city. ! ALL ORDERS FROSI THE COUNTRY WILL RECEIVE PROMP ATTENTION. jy2B-dtf DR. E. P. MORONG, SINCE HIS RETURN FROM EUROPE, Makes an exclusive, specialty of the treatment of DISEASES OF THE DYE AND EAR. MEDICALLY AXD SURGICALLY. OFFICE, 71 N. CHARLES ST., j 524-tf Baltimore, Md. QELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! A large stock of CABINET FURNITURE, ! At greatly reduced prices, at 1 WM . P. SPENCER'S Whoteste and Retail FURNITURE WARE ROOMS, Xos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CALVERT STREET. ; To reduce stock the undersigned offers great induce ments to purchasers of FASHIONABLE OR LOW PRICED i FURNITURE, CHAIRS AND MATRESSES. i City and country dealers will find it greatly to their ad ; vantage to examine our stock and prices. Call soon ami get bargains at 32 and 34 S. CALVERT ST.. 821 tNlr WM. P. SPENCER. SAMSON CARISS &CO, i 1J CARVERS & GILDERS. Manufacture LOOKING-GLASS and PICTURE FRAMES, : and GILT WORK in every variety, and are dealers in, and I manufacturer's agents for PLATE GLASS, for Store and I House windows, LOOKING-GLASS PLATES, PLATED WARE. TABLE CUTTLKRY, FORKS, SPOONS, &c\, with a great variety of ENGRAVINGS, PAINTINGS, anil ; WORKS OF ART, generally. | aul3 3m _____ 140 BALTIMORE ST r FALL STYLK OF HATS FOR 'SB. We are now selling the Fall Style of Hat for Centlemen'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 be offered Jn tins City. 1 Also, a large assortment of the most fashionable Soft , Felt Hats and Caps for Gentlemen's and Youth's wear. SAMUEL MIX DES k SON, No. 100 North Gay street, third door from Bridge, West side. seplß-lmr .KTAII OF THE NORTH! j GAS CONSUMING STOVE!! Continuous and perfect combustion of the gases, producing the most brilliant flame from anthracite coal. Our immense sales the last season and the satisfaction they gave are an evidence of their superiority. For offi ces, stores, &c., 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 the city. COLLINS, HEATH k HUTCHINSON, Maryland Stove and Plumbing House, 1 ocl3tf 22 Light street. GELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! HOSIERY, SHIRTS, GLOVES AND DRAWERS. SIGNS, AMOS LOVE JOY. 123 BALTIMORE STREET, Between Calvert and South, opposite the American OP ! lice I shall this day commence selling out my large new and well selected Fall and Winter stock of HOSIERY, I SHIRTS, DRAWERS. GLOVES, YARNS, LADIES' ! DRESS TRIMMINGS. k.i\ 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, SIGNS, AMOS LOVEJOY, 123 Baltimore street, 7 doors west of South, oel3 tjanl opposite t L• * American Office. 4 LL THE SAFES i V AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE FIRE BURNED 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 desired. Those who were on the ground say that it was the hottest , burning they ever saw. The wares of the Safe Manufac I turers were in an exposed situation. Lewis Lillie, of Troy, i Stearn- Marvin, of New York, and others were among the exhibitors. On overhauling the ruins Stearns & Mar vin's Safes were found burnt out; and others were com plete wrecks. LILLIE'* ALONE WERE UNINJURED, except !in the "frying" of the paint upon the inside doors. The ! Institute could not have arranged a better trial, bad a special arrangement been made for the purpose, nor could j Mr. Lillie possibly have secured a greater triumph for bis i remarkable invention. Troy Safes now take the 1 ad.— $ I Daily Times. I CRYSTAL PALACE CONFLAORYTION.—Among the greatest : sufferers by the destruction of this edifice are Messrs. , Stearns k Marvin, Sheet Iron Sale Manufacturers; also, j ! one or two others. About $5.000 worth of these Safes I were destroyed. LILLIE'S Chilled Iron Burglar Proof i Safe was the only Safe unharmed.— Troy Whip. LILLIE'S SAFES were uninjured by the fire, except , burning of paint. All other Safes were destroyed.— Tr*y < i Times. j The above is a positive proof that LTLLIE'S SAFES are the ONLY RELIABLE ONES in GREAT FIRES. They are also : perfect security against BURGLARS. *j An assortment on hand and for sale at the Agency. 192 1 Baltimore street. ; oc!2-tf C. 8. WILLETT. CIARPF.TING. J GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. I j JOHN TURN B U L L , 242 BALTIMORE ST., I Is now receiving direct from the principal Manufacturers < in England, all their new and choice patterns of i VELVET, BRUSSELS, j AND I TAPESTRY CARPETINGS, ! Which for beauty of design and brilliant coloring surpass i everything in that line heretofore imported. | Also, a large and beautiful assortment of 3-PLY, SUPERFINE, INGRAIN AND VENETIAN CARPETS | DRUGGETS, RUGS, DOOR MATS, kc Oil, CLOTIIS, Of superior quality and rich designs, entirely new. We are offering great inducements to purchasers, and solicit a call at 242 BALTIMORE STRF.F.T. ss 2mr JOHN TI RNBULL. PRESERVING JARS—FOII FRESII OR SUGARED FRUIT, kc., j • AT REDUCED PRTCES. ARTHI R'S SHf Scaling, Glass, Tin and Earthen; an old I and reliable article. POTTER & BODINE'S Air-tight Glass; new, good and cheap. SANDWICH JARS, ground glass stoppers, air tight e cheap and excellent. y BENNETT'S Yellow, Earthen, air-tight. 3 TOMATOEand Preserving Stone Jars, with corks PICKLE JARS, Glass and Stone. I The very best assortment of the above goods ever i fered in this city (with minute printed directions gratis a* PARR'S CHINA HALL, 211 Baltimore street, au2f>-tfr near Charle \\[ATCH ES, JEWELRY, AND SIL 3 | H VER WARE, n 1 W . B . LARM 0U R . I j No. 10 Light st., opposite the Fountain Hotel, Light st . invites the attention of purchasers to his ntw stock of tine I GOLD and SILVER CASES, and warrant* d splendid time I keepers. Also, a choice stock of French and American ; JEWELRY, of the latest patterns; Sterling Silver ami ; Albata Ware of every variety of style; Gold and Si I Spectacles; Eye Glints; Clocks; Liquor Stands; Fancy • Goods, &C., at low prices. Watches and Jewelry repaired j in the best manner. ocll tfr OLDEST ESTABLISHED STAND IN THE CITY. ANDREW E. WARNER, No. 10 N. GAT STRK", ' MANUFACTURER OF SILVER WARE AND FINE GOLD JEWELRY . AXH DEALER IN ' SILVER PLATED WARE, „,. . > e AND FANCY ARTICLES GENKBA" Has in store n beautiful assortment of New ' f„ r Patterns of Rich Jewelry and Silver " , , „:,i , 1 presents, embracing a great variety of Set >'• " j ' BROOCHES; Mosaic. Carhnnkb. <'"."...vi'i i s ll\ ; Cameo, Etruscan, &c.. EAR KINGS: Kll , t . r ,i,i.' lv.nl ; GER RINGS, set witii Diamond. R" •. inl i t; U anl ' Opal, &e.; Ladies' GOLD , Cuff Rut Chains; Miniature LOCKETS. p lllin Kinys. Pen tons and Pins; Signet. Chas..an ■ ST[ 1)S . oils and Tens; Sleeve BUTri'A- , Em . i liui . s . HAIR Jet Crosses; Jet Bracelets. U* , JEWELRY of beautiful'^®^ o 'fßest Quality Heavy Sil Also a complete assurnn' , VHit ,. rSi I ce Pitchers, Cake ver Plated TEA ■ 'l'.salt Stands, Castors, Cantlle Baskets, Fruit, Butter a Knivt . s SPOONS, Fork-. , i Stieks, Pearl Hani &c w)lich wi „ be so |,i „„ Ladles, FANCY -Y ',, tf " the most reasonable • fiuBBEB OVERSHOES. I? overshoes, I Ladies' Sandals, o Foot holds, i " Buskins, o Bootees, " Slippers, o Long Boots, | " Gaiter Boots, y i.ong top Boots, I " Long Boots, Fishermen's Boots, | Misses Overshoes, Boys' Overshoes, I " Boots and Sandals. It Also, Table Oil Cloths, Umbrellas, Suspenders, Hair and e i Tooth Brushes, for sale to the trade at the lowest prices. S E M .PUNPERSON & CO., No. 209 Baltimore street, near Charles street. "•"