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THE DAILY EXCHANGE is published every morning.
Sundays excepted); price Two Czxis; served in the city At twelve and a half cents per week payable to the carri ers; mailed to subscribers nut of the city, at SIX DOLLARS per annum. The TRI WEEKLY edition is mailed • tribers at FOUR DOLLARS per,,,. riably casli in %\ v^ or /' a ' streets, Baltimore. addressed To ru. DAUT EXCANU., Baltimore, Maryland. ' ~, ir -i BALTIMORE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1858. Senator WILSON, of Massachusetts, lias been making a speech. It was not much of a speech. It did iio honor to the man who made it, but it was a speech, nevertheless, and the Boston Adver tiser has published it, and commended it, and tells us it ought to be read and pondered. Well, we have read it, and pondered over it, and were we to express the conclusions we have reached, they would be by no means flattering, either to Senator WILSON* OR ,0 I" 8 laudators. It was at Marble head he spoke, and it was to the Codfishers and Cordwainers of that rocky peninsula that he un dertook to submit a few practical suggestions, touching their duties to the country iu general, and to the Shite of Massachusetts in particular. Here was a theme worthy of in orator. It was susceptible of any amount of expansion, and ad mitted of the introduction of all that interesting array of patriotic flourishes in which stump speakers are wont to luxuriate. Nothing could have been more pertinent to the occasion tlian happy allusions to the Pilgrim fathers, to Ply mouth rock—to Concord and Lexington—to Bun ker's Hill and Faneuil Hall. Over such colonial and revolutionary incidents Senator WILSON might have spread himself, and he would have been par doned, if, in doing so, lie had thrown back bis coat, and tucked his thumbs into the arm-holes of bis waistcoat. But historical references are becoming trite, and Senator WILSON disdains to lie trite. They are only daintily handled by scholars, and Senator WILSON is no scholar. They admit of appeals to the nobler sentiments of men's natures, but Senator WILSON prefers to excite their passions and their prejudices. In his opinion, the duties of ihe villagers of Marblehead may be summed up in five monosyllabic words—"They must bate the South." It is his patent cure-all— his panacea—his universal remedy for all the ills and misfortunes of life. He tells the catchers of Cod, if they desire success in deep sea-fishing, they must hate the South —if they would not have the bait slip from their hooks, they must hate the South—if they would not have the Cod spoiled in the curing, they must hate the South. He ad monishes the Cordwainers, that their wax will lose its adhesive properties—their awls become blunted —their lapstoucs brittle, and their pegs worthless —if they do not hate the South. With Senator WILSON, the South is a haunting Presence— a hideous Nightmare. It is the Skeleton at the feast— the Poison in the bowl—the Cloud athwart the sun —the Bravo at the corner—the Indian in the bush —the Tiger in the path—the inevitable bite noir. He assures his Codfishing constituents that there are at the South three hundred and fifty thousand slave holding oligarchs—aristocrats every man of them. They have never caught Cod or pegged a shoe in their lives. In fact, they don't like Cod, and are even ignorant of Chowder. We are, moreover, informed that in addition to the oli garchs—the population of the South consists of five millions of degraded non-slave holding whites, and four millions of chained and abject bondmen —that in fifteen States of the Union, the slave holding aristocracy has cloven down the constitu tional rights of free speech and a free press, and rules ns absolutely, even in the free States, as the monarch upon any European throne. Let the Cod fishers look to it—let the Cordwainers think of it —reflect upon it. This terrible oligarchy veiled in thunder freighted clouds might swamp their fish ing boats, tangle their lines, blunt their fishing hooks, knock out the bottoms of their salt vats, scatter to the winds their curing sheds, punch holes in their upper leathers, make baby canoes of their lasts, and give their balls of thread and their bundles of bristles to tlie winds and waves of the Massachusetts Bay. Here, even here, in "our "Commonwealth of free speech, free press and free "labor, where all men ought to think alike; but "alas, my friends," adds the desponding Senator, drawing the back of his hand across his eyes to clear them from the rising moisture, "even on the "soil of Massachusetts, and under institutions the "foundations of which were laid in prayers and "tears," I regret to say that there are men who are obstinately self-opinionated. They won't think as I do—tliey will sustain their constitu tional obligations, and they actually had the audacity "to coldly fold their arms" when the storm of battle swept over the country —EVERETT, and CHOATE, and WINTHROP, and GUSHING, and RUSSELL, and OTIS, and LORING, all of them degen erate sons of Massachusetts, "coldly folded their "arms and looked on" while we fought the battles of Kansas, taking no part with us. "When thesun "rose on the morning of the Ist of January, 1858, "its beams fell upon a territory beyond the Missouri "river of five hundred thousand square miles, and "that territory had engraven upon it the sacred "words—'Slavery shall be, and is, forever prohibi " 'ted.' The slave power looked upon that ter "ritory with hungry eyes. It," —butweliaveno pa tience to follow this Senatorial Mountebank in bis thowmanlike description of scenes and incidents in which he himself and ANSON BCRLIXGAME are made to occupy the foreground of every picture, and to figure conspicuously as fighting men of the first quality, whilst, as he reiterates some half a dozen times, the greater number of their Congressional associates "folded their arms and looked coldly "on." Here is a Senator who is sworn to legislate not for a section of the Union, but for the whole of the Confederated States, striving to excite section al animosity by appeals to the narrow bigotry and fanaticism of his auditors, and by a resort to all the low arts and the disgraceful chicanery that is common to the meanest and most unscrupulous of demagogues. He cannot see, throughout the whole of the Southern States, the least evidence of virtue, honor, honesty, or patriotism. All that.be can perceive is "a slaveholdiug aristocracy; five "millions of degraded nou-slaveholding whites, "and four million of bondmen clinking their "chains." There was a time when Massachusetts was honored in her statesmen; but the selection of such a man as this to represent her in the National Councils indicates, unhappily, how profoundly her people have become vitiated by the fanatical teach ings of the Abolitionists, and how lightly they are disposed to regard their Constitutional obligations when those obligations are at variance with their own contracted views. The Baltimore American —consistent only in its uniform support of the "public authorities," and its habitual justification of their official conduct— referring to the Address of the CITY REFORM ASSO CIATION, mildly ventures upon the followingexpres sion of opinion— It is clearly within the power of the public authorities by pursuing with determination and efficiency the med sures that within the last few weeks have gone far to es tablish peace and good order throughout the city, to prove tnat lie} are eijual to the duty of enforcing the laws. In ,' ce °J sari' efforts, so directed as to insure success, action*"' 11 " Will DOt an J* justification for further In these two sentences which we have quoted, our contemporary contrives, if possible, to be more illogical than usual. Even if its premises as stated were strictly true—the conclusion which it seeks to draw from them would by no means follow. In view of the very full and candid exposition of the plans and purposes of the ASSOCIATION, contained in the Address, it is difficult to see how our con temporary could have fallen into the mistake of supposing that the one hundred and sixty-six gentlemen, whose names were published in conncc tion therewith, have no other or higher ambition for themselves, and their associates, than that of serving, in case of emergency, as an auxiliary police force to that of Mr. SWANS— and so contributing to the preservation of that "peace and good order," which, The American tell 3 us, ' it is clearly within the power" —as it is indubitably the duty—of the "public authorities"—to establish. The object of the AS SOCIATION is not to relieve those "authorities" from their responsibility, but to hold them to a strict and faithful performance of their duties. This it proposes to do—by fostering, encouraging and concentrating a sound and healthy public opinion which shall visit with prompt, adequate and un failing condemnation every instance of official delinquency—and by securing for that opinion, the necessary opportunity for its free and appropriate expression, through the customary channel of the Ballot-box. Without contemplating or suggest ing the formation of a new Party, and leaving its members free and uncommitted to pursue their several political convictions and preferences, in all matters of State and Federal government and policy, it pledges itself to the exclusion of party politics and their corruptions from its own counsels and action, from the ad ministration of our municipal affairs, and from the seats of public judicature. For the consummation of its truly patriotic designs, the ASSOCIATION looks, therefore, beyond the present and beneath the surface. It addresses itself to that which IS the root of all our political evils, and by proposing its extirpation, promises the easv cure of ■1 the rest. The degradation and abuse of the elective franchise Ims been the fruitful source of most of the corruptions that have crept into our government. The elevation to office of bad and incompetent men has been the means of sanction ing and perpetuating them. In setting its face as * flint, and opposing its strength u one man, XI. L -JHi 10* a,j'j TDV.I 7-i. *; : figainst tittup radical abuses of our political sys tem, JJIV ASSOCIATION bag at heart the accomplish ment of a greater good than it seems to be within the capacity of The American, either to appreciate or to understand. The vindication and re-estab lishment of the individual Rights and Liberties of its members, of which they, in common with their fellow-citizens, have been most treacherously and ignominiously defrauded and deprived, with the passive, and iu some cases, active complicity of the public authorities.—and the restoration of the good name of Baltimore, which has suffered such great dishonor in the hands and through the fault of the same unworthy servants of the people, are but the beginning only and not the half of the good work which the ASSO CIATION proposes to itself to perform. With the continuing and increasing necessity for that work, no amount of new-born zeal or tardy re pentance on the part of the authorities can possi bly dispense. It is the "declared purpose" of the ASSOCIATION to unite "in guarantying the purity of the Ballot-box," as well as "freedom of ac cess thereto, and in promoting and securing, bv "all lawful and fair means, the election of honest, "competent and faithful men, without distinction "of party, to the various offices of Municipal, Judi "cial and Executive trust in the city." From such a task the ASSOCIATION can not be so lightly or so easily relieved, as our contemporary affects to imagine, and so long as that task remains un performed, there i 3 the highest and most honorable "justification" to be fouud for every effort that good men can make. Nor is this all. The admission of The American that "it is clearly within the power of the public "authorities, with determination and cfficicncv, to "establish peace and good order throughout "the city," and "to prove that they are ecjnal to the duty of enforcing the laws," convicts tlio .a authorities of the grossest dereliction of duty heretofore. What they can do now—they could have done at any time, and at all times. Since the election, Mr. SWANX has neither asked nor received any additional grant of power, nor any augmentation of the means at his disposal, for the preservation of peace and order. Whatever success may attend, therefore, his efforts in that behalf, now—will only serve to make more apparent his faithless and inefficient administration in the past. To. the people who have suffered personal wrong and outrage, in con sequence of his faithlessness and inefficiency, it can offer no reparation or atonement whatever. The utmost zeal and vigilance that Mr. SWANN can exhibit, in the discbarge of the duties of bis officci will make no amends to a disfranchised people for the indignity which he daily inflicts upon them, and not upon them only, hut upon the cause of free institutions, so long as he continues to hold that office without the shadow of just title or popular consent. Every hour of his usurped au thority. is but an insulting repetition of the usurp ation. No lapse of time can wear away the wrong—no persistence in it can be other than an aggravation. The past cannot be dropped out of men's memories, because he finds his convenience in ignoring it; nor can the future be looked to with confidence, because be has been forced into some show of respect for the present. There can be no extirpation of the evil, without an extirpa tion of the cause. Rights are no rights when enjoyed only at sufferance, and a free people will never consider a grievance redressed so long as the aggressors have the power to repeat it. In Mr. SWANN'S case, the impossibility is rendered doubly impossible, by the fact that, instead of confessing the usurpation, and seeking to atone for it, he has justified it from his own lips, and from his own door, and that he claims and is about to celebrate as a "brilliant victory," what he knows to have been but violence, and fraud, and shame. How can "justification" cease for any lawful efforts at redress, while of the things to be redressed, —there is no cessation ? CONCERT TO-NIGHT. The Sextette Club give a concert to-night at Car. roll Hall, which will doubtless be largely attended. Every friend of the Club should be there to welcome them back to the city, after their Southern tour, and every lover of good music should be there, to hear the noble overtures to "Le* Huguenot*" and "Her Ereischutz," SCHUBKUTH'S Serenade, and the charming envatinu, "Robert toi que j'ainic" given in a style and with an effect which is rarely equalled and never surpassed, at any concerts given in this city. The programme, which is an excellent one, embraces, in addition to the music we have named, the overture to "Alessandro Stradclto," a waltz by LANKER, and another of GUNGL'S, and—what is al ways a leading feature at these concerts—a dun be tween AUREND and Mana, for violoncello and violin. We are indebted to Mr. A. H. Davis, Baltimore and Cincinnati Mail Agent, for files of Cincinnati and St Louis papers. [COMMUNICATED. ] A QUESTION FOR THE CHURCH! Quoth Parson R to Brother J , "I think it very hard "That when I vote for THOMAS SWANN, "I vete a 'playing card.' " "Oh no!" says J , "it is but right" And —as his nose he rubs, He adds—"for well you know, friend U , "That SWANN is 'King of Clubs.' " SHIPWRECK OF A BRITISH BARK—EIGHT LIVES LOST. The British bark "Claude," of Shoreliam. Cap tain Charles Chessell, 344 tons register, sailed the 18th ult., from Quebec to Sunderland, with a full cargo of timber. The first five days of the vovage passed all well. The 23d ult., the wind began to "blow strong from the west. The24tli the wind shifted sud denly to E. to E. N T . E. noon, lat. 45.45 N T ., lon. 57.- 4!> W., sail was shortened to close reef topsails onlv. The 25th strong gales, violent squalls, heavy sea and rain, handed fore topsail noon, lat. 44.44[10n. 57.10, water gaining about 2 inches an hour, and pumps attended to every half hour. The 2(ith the bad weather continued," wind E. N. E. About BA. M. an exceedingly heavy sea struck the shin on the port bow, causing a fresh leak. All hands at the pumps, but could not get them to suck. At 10 A. M. the weather was worse, heavy seas shipped and part of the bulwarks washed away, maintopsail clued up, the yard being hauled aback to ease the ship as much as possible. The men incessantly at the pumps. The 29th, the wind and weather about the same; vessels laboring more heavily; all hands being kept constantly at the pumps, received each about every two hours a glass of grog and biscuit to cheer them up. At 10 A. M., water gaining very fast, and at II A. M., reaching the cabin floor, a continuation of the pumping was useless. Provisions and fresh water sufficient to last a fortnight, the ship's instru ments, and the most valuable portable effects of the captain and crew, were taken to the tops, not the slightest fear of the vessel's capsizing or sinking being entertained, from the nature of her cargo, and the sea being so heavy, it was not safe to launch the boats. About noon,"the ship filling fast, the captain's wife was taken to the main top, and the crew were preparing to follow, when the ship fell over to the starboard, and went down on her broad side, the yard and masts being totally submerged. The captain's wife got entangled in the rigging and was drowned almost immediately; the whole of the crew were washed off, and only nine out of the thirteen succeeded in reaching the ship, which was on her broadside about an hour, during which time three more of the crew were washed off' and lost. About 1 P. M., the ship getting freed of every thing on deck, and all her masts and yards except the mainmast and mainyard, righted herself, and the decks began to Dreak up fast. The gale con tinued all day and night, but the rain ceased.— Through the unexpected capsizing of the ship, the survivors were without food, water, or change of clothes; they were in fact absolutely destitute. The body of the Captain's wife was still in the rigging, but that was so much torn and the vessel plunged and rolled so fearfully that the men could not get at the corpse to bury it in the sea. The next morning, the crew much cramped from clinging to the rig ging, suffered severely from thirst. About 11 A. M. they saw a vessel standing towards them, about 10 miles distant, which proved to be the United States ship Isaac Bell, Captain Johnson, who, as soon as the wreck was discovered, being then about four miles to the windward, bore down towards it. As quickly as possible, although the high cross seas and strong wind rendered the undertaking verv dangerous, a boat was lowered, commanded bv Mr. Aldacre, the chief officer, and manned by a volunteer crew. The unfortunate survivors were brought safely on board the Isacc Bell in two trips, the weather being two rough to allow the boat to receive more than three in addition to the crew at a time. The body of the Captain's wife was from ne cessity left in the rigging; greatly to the regret of her unhappy husband and his men, who were re ceived and treated by Captain Johnson with all the kindness and sympathy their thoroughly destitute situation required. SAVED.—Chas. Cbessell, Captain; Ilenrv Kimber, Mate; George Lane, Henry Finnis, Henrv Pursev, Robt. Bartley, seaman, ail of the county of Sussex, England. LOST.—Harriet Chessell, Captain's wife; Henry Ede, Boatswain; George Knowles, George Burgess, JohnDunbro, George Mitchell, seamen, all of the county of Sussex; Philip ilcGee, Barnard Sheehv, natives of Ireland. About 600,000 lbs. of summac are annuallv bought in Alexandria at from SI to 1.25 per lb. ' ° M A KHIEI), On the 4tli instant, by the Rev. P. It Reese. Cant. JOHN CROWELL, of Chatham, Mass.. to Miss FANNY H BENNETT, daughter of the late Capt. Richard Bennett' of this city. [Boston papers please copy ] Kcv - Mr - Scliieb,of Zion's Church, EDM ARC J. EUKER to LEONORE KRACKE both of Richmond, Va. On the Ist instant, by Rev. Father Foley, JAMFSBOY LEN to C. McCOY, both of this city. On the 27th October, at the "Plains," by Rev. James W Hoskins, B a RNES COMPTON, of Charles county to Miss MARGARET IIOLLIDAY SOTHORON. daughter or Col John H. Sothoron, of St. Mary's county. Md. DIED, On Thursday morning, 4th instant, in the 12th year of his age, SHERVI'RN L. MOORE, eldest son of Shervurn L. Moore, Esq., of this city. Hie friends of the family, and the male children at tached to the Second street Herman Reformed Chuch. and the pupils of Miss Hope's Academy, are requested to at tend his funeral to morrow (Saturday) morning, at 10 o'- clock, from the residence of his parents, No 01 Courtland street. [Boston and Woodstock, Vt., papers please copy.] On the 3d instant, MARTHA TIBBKf.S. in the 09th year of her age. On the 2d instant, ROBERT EDWARDS, in the 92J year of his age On the Ist instant, of chronic croup, JAMES HENRY, only and beloved son of James and Mary Jane Arthur, aged 2 years. 6 months and 15 days. At Alexandria, Va., on the 13th October, HUMPHREY MARTYN, in the 46th year pf his age. -i i ■ NOURSE & COWAN, MERCHANT TAILORS, NO. 1 NOME CALTIST BTEEIT, *** Baltimore, Md, INTERESTING TO PERSONS HOLDING HOUSES roa RZNT. A our attention is invited to the propriety of INSURING your HOUSE RENT. females and persons retired from business who depend mainly upon their house rents for subsistence are Spe cially interested in this matter. I* or a small premium you can be protected from any loss of rent, should your property be destroyed by fire, at the NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY'S Ornci, 13 SOUTH STRIET. At this office, also, Your HOUSES may be insured; Or your MERCHANDIZE; Or your HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE; Or your 1 ES3EI.S on the stocks, or afloat in port; on the most favorable terms, for a year, month or week. All losses are promptly adjusted and paid. JOHN B. SEIDENSRICKER, Prest., J. R. MAGRUDEU, Sec'y. 13 South street, 0c22-eotf Nat, Ins. Co. office of Baltimore. PHOTOGRAPHS IN OIL COLORS. PHOTOGRAPHS— in India Ink. PHOTOGRAPHS— in Water Colors. PHOTOGRAPHS —PIain Mammoth size. PHOTOGRAPHS —in every style. PHOTOGRAPHS —made every size. PHOTOGRAPHIC TEMPLE OF ART. G. N. BARNARD, n2-Cm No. 213 Baltimore street (From the Missouri Democrat.) UPON PROF. O. J. 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Use none unless the words (Professor Woods's Hair Restora tive, Depot, St. Louis, Mo., and New York J are blown in the bottle. Sold by all Druggists and Patent M dicine Dealers. Also by all Fancy anil Toilet Goods Dealers in tlie United States and Canadas, and by JOHN C. GIVEN, Chinaman's Tea Store, 0c29 2w 37 and 39 Baltimore street. WE would call the attention of our readers to the fine stock of CLOTHING kept by MR. DENNIS, at tlie BOYS' ORIGINAL CLOTHING STORE, S4X Baltimore St., tinder Metropolitan Hall. His assortment is one of the best in the city, and his prices cannot fail to please. oc2B-tN9 J AS. W. GKDDESS, No. 92 MULBERRY STREST, NEAR EUTAW. METAL ROOFING, HOUSE GUTTERS AND SPOUTING. Also, REPAIRING AND BUILDING HOT AIR FUR NACF.S, I.ATROBE STOVES. ocS-dly WHEELER SL WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES. NEW AND VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS. DIAGRAM OF THE LOCK STITCH. DOOCC3QQOQOS This is tlie only stitch that cannot be ravelled, and that presents the same appearance upon each side of the seam, ft 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, AMERICAN BUILDING, sl6-ly Baltimore, Md. ROOFING! ROOFING!! ROOFING!!! Economy, Durability and Security. Warren's Fire and Water Proof F E*L T AND COMPOSITION ROOTING. Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing Purposes. PERFECTLT FIRE PROOF, PERFECTLY WATER PROOF, UNEQUALLED FOR ECONOMY, UNRIVALLED FOR DURABILITY, ADAPTED TO EVERY CLIUATZ, For further information address or call on JAB. H. JOHNSON, No. 2 Jarvis Building, cor. North and j,v2B-tf Baltimore streets, Baltimore. DOBBIN & WARFIELD, BOLE AGENTS BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY, oclß tf 36 SECOND STREET. MILLER & BEACHAM'S MUSIC AND PIANO STORE, No. 10 NORTH CHARLES ST. Orders for FOREIGN MUSIC solicited and promptly attended to. oc2o-ly MATHERS & IRVIN, No. 224 BALTIMORE STREET, North side, three doors East of Charles, Have received a large assortment of the newest styles of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VEBTI N G S J adapted to the season. | They solicit tlie attention of their friends and the public. , A liberal deduction to cash purchasers. ocl3 2m WASHING AND IRONING is still done for fami lies and individuals, at the Laundry, No. 1 East Baltimore st., by the bridge. A careful band will collect and return the clothes. Call and leave your order and get a list of prices, rules and regulations. oc4 d3in SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES, AT 105 BALTIMORE STREET, IIAVf. BEEN GREATLY REDUCED IN PRICE. fiyWearenow offering anew family machine at the . LOW PRICE OP FIFTY DOLLARS. i £7"Hcmming guages of every width, binding guagesof I all sizes, are adjusted to our machines. 1 ft7~Send for a copy of I. M. Singer & Co.'s Gazette. ! ocl-tf W. E. BRODERICK, Agent. GEORGE MCKENDREE TEAL, at the N. E. , corner of Baltimore and Frederick streets, has received his Fall supply of CLOTHS, CASSIMERS and VESTINGS. We are satisfied that persons wishing to economize in articles of dress will save money by purchasing of bim. t>c2l-3m MR. B. WASKEY has taken the ware rooms lately occupied by Wm. H. Dlass, No. 3 N. Gay St., where lie has opened an entirely new aud splendid style o Furniture, which citizens and strangers are respectful ly invited to call and examine, as he guarantees to suit all who may favor him with a call. Every housekeeper should have a bottle of his celebrated Polishing Varnish. oc2l-2m J. B. T. PHELPS, Successor to J. W. Richardson <£ Co., CLOTH HOUSE, FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, 107 BALTIMORE STREET, oc2o tf adjoining the Sun Iron Building, Baltimore. MARYLAND INSTITUTE FAIR. Visitors will please take notice of the difference in light produced by the CARCEL GAS BURNERS in the several apartments of the Institute, in comparison with those in common use. PICTURE GALLERY, 32 BURNERS; MAIN HALL, OVER JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE STANDS, 5 BURNERS. Depot for this celebrated Burner, No. 60 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, M. VENNARD. Certificates can be seen by calling as above. ocl3-tf GREAT SAVING IN GAS. J. H. COOPER'S PATENT LEVER GAS REGULATOR. NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE MARYLAND INSTITUTE. Saves from 15 to 35 per cent, of Gas, and prevents all blowing and flaring of the light. JACKSON k CHANDLER, Agents for the State of Maryland, and District of Colum bia, at the office of Messrs. GRATTAN k EVANS, Gas Fitters and Plumbers, No. 8 North street, Jarvis' Building P. S. Certificates can be had at the office. wyß-tf SLOAT S I Co.'s NEW SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, Sewing every description of cloth work in a superior man ner, and warranted to give the best satisfaction. Price— s70 —complete. WEEDS' SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, The best in use for every description of CLOTH and LEATHER WORK, that requires a seam , making beauti ful, strong stitch , both sides alike. L. D. CnASE, Agent, 529-tf No. 99 Baltimore Street. 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 tlie 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. ocs-lm AMBRO-DAGUERREOTYPES, &C. MR. MARSTERS, 147 Lexington street, near Howard street, will furnish his patrons with pictures on glass, card-board, plates or canvas; life size or in miniature from nature, or copied in oil, French Pastel! or water colors, in a style of superiorexcellence. 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 GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY. AT EVANS & HOYT'S, AT EVANS A HOYT'S AT EVANS & HOYT'S, AT EVANS A HOYT'S, GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE, GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE, GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE, GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET. ORNER OF FREDERICK. CORNER OF FREDERICK. CORNER OF FREDERICK. 820 ly 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. Also a fine selection of FANCY FURS for Ladies and fancy CAPS for Children. FASHIONABLE HAT EMPORIUM, 827-3 m No. 238 West Pratt street. CHINA, GLASS, &C.—' The great bargain store is at 105 Baltimore street, two doors below Sun Building, where they are selling Full White Stone Dinner Sets at S2O; White French ditto at S3O; Fine Cut Goblets at $2.50 and $3, with a large assortment of Rich Gilt and Orna mented Dinner, Tea and Toilet sets; Blue India China Fine Cutlery and Plated Ware; Coal Oil Lampf, 4c., 4c. at the same very low prices. t THE DAILY EXCffAfjfGE, NOVEMBER 5, 1858- A LITTLE BIT CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAP -IST. — Fancy, Plain and Common DINNER, TEA, and CHAMBER Sets; INDIA CHINA DINNER Sets; Cat and Moulded Glass iu Sets*, COAL OIL LAMPS and every thing else CHEAP at JOHN A. DOBSON k CO.'S, 2 and 4 N. Charles street. s2O 3m DULANV & HARRIS, MERCHANT TAILORS, No 46 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. slB-tJanl KINDLING WOOD! KINDLING YVOOD!! I SAWED AXD SPI.IT WOOD, OP AXT SIZE, Sawed and Split by Machinery. Owing to the constantly inci easing demand for this wood, I have greatly increased my facilities for preparing and i delivering it. lam now prepared to fill all orders witli despatch for OAK or PINE WOOD, of any length or size, j delivering it to any part of the city free of cartage, guar- S anteeing the same quantity that is contained in a cord be fore being sawed and split. JAS. H. JOHNSON. Proprietor City Steam Fire-Wood Mill. I corner of Baltimore and North streets, over 1 Patriot Otfice. JV-PTHE INTRODUCTORY LECTURE VN-J of the course on English Literature, by the Rev. A. CLEVELAND COXE. will be delivered on THURSDAY EVENING, November 11th, at 8 o'clock, at the Hall, coi ner o! Centre and St. Paul streets. On this occasion ad mission will be FREE —in compliance with a generally ex pressed desire. The Introductory will IKJ followed by eight Lectures on the subject heretofore announced. N. B. —To meet the wishes of ticket-holders, it has been decided to regard their tickets a* transferable , and to is sue checks for admission to single lectures, to parties coming in the. company of ticket holders . at 50 cents each. The purely charitable nature of this undertaking makes it necessary to adhere to its original terms, in other respects, as, in no other way, can its benevolent object he accom plished. Tickets for sale at JAS. S. WATERS', GUSH -INGS& BAILEY'S, kc. n5 eotd N—P>OFFICE OF TH F, BAI /H M<)R E & iKJ OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY. Sth OCT.. 1858 Notice is hereby given that a GENERAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OFTIIIS COMPANY willbelielil at this office on MONDAY, the 15TH day of November next, being the third Monday in said month, between the hours of len and one o'clock, for the purpose of ELECT ING TWELVE DIRECTORS for the ensuing year. The transfer book will be closed from the 25th of October to the 15th November, both days inclusive. oc9-tI6X J. I. ATKINSON, Secretary. HAMILTON HALL. TWO LECTURES UPON DANTE. L'ROF. A. SF. DE MONTBURRY begs leave to announce to the literary public of Baltimore, that be will give TWO LECTURES at the HAMILTON HAI L, corner of Entaw and Madison streets, on FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVEN INGS, November sth and 6th. The subject will be "DANTE," The Greatltaiian Poet— the founder of the Italian lan guage, and the creator of Modern Poetry. Single tickets 50 cents: for the Course sl— to be had at Willig's Music Store, Waters' and Lucas' Bookstore. n5 2t "jVTOTICE. — We respectfully ask the atten -L X tion of families and dealers to our sale of HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE on THIS (Friday) MORNING, sth inst., at 10 o'clock, being the entire Furniture, Chande liers and Fixtures, costly Paintings and Engravings con tained in the dwelling No. 26 Holtiday St.. belonging to Mr. VIN. C. France, who is about leaving the city ALSO, Will be added to the sale a portion of Ids private stock of FINE OLD WIVES, WHISKEY, AC . viz: 5 demijohns very old Madeira WINE; 2 do. do. Topaz SHERRY; 11 cases highest grade CLARET; 3 demijohns Old RYE WHISKEY; 1 do. Old Scotch do.; 1 do. sup. HOLLAND GIN. NOTICE.— The Wines will be sold at 12J, o'clock pre cisely. Buyers can rely on obtaining the best articles, and no other Liquors hut those belonging to Mr. France will be permitted in the sale. Catalogues of the Furniture are now ready at our coun ting-room. F. W. BENNETT k CO., P 5-lt Auctioneers. A CARD.—OLD ENGLAND; A Pictorial Museum of Antiquities witli 3.000 engravings; just received per Vigo, completes 2 vols, folio, price sl2, sl3, and extra gilt $15.00. Subscribers' names received for com pletes or parts at 37 cts. and $1.12 cts. each at 0. E. Agency, 76 Barre street, Balto Sole Agent, J. PERRY. D 5 6t* SANCSTER CO., London. I BUSINESS WANTED.— Any Olio having ! a good and reliable established cash business to dis' J pose of in an unobjectionable neighborhood, and where | one can do well, may hear of a good cash customer by ad- J dressing immediately, with full particulars, CHARLES Z. JONES, n5-2t* Baltimore Post Office. UPERIOR DUTCH BULBOUSLLOOTS AT AUCTION. On THIS FRIDAY AFTERNOON. sth inst., at 4 o'clock, we will sell, in lots to suit purchasers, at our rooms No. 7 Q CASES 5 VERY SUPERIOR DUTCH BULBOUS £> ROOTS, just landed in fine order from the celebrated Nursery of Van Der Shoot & Sons, in Holland, consisting of Double and Single Hyacinths. Tulips, Narcisses. Jon quills, Iris, Crocus. &c. Terms cash in bankable money. n5-lt GIBSON & CO., Auctioneers. j POST PON E D—T RUSTE E\S SALE] ! —By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Howard county, passtd in the case of C. L. Shafer tj. A. C. Warner and others, the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer at public sale on the premises. On SATURDAY, November 27th , 1858, at 10-o'clock, A. M. THE MILL AND FARM, At SIIAFKRSVILLE, in Howard county. Ist. The Farm contains 200 acres of Land, more or less, about 27 miles from the city of Baltimore, miles south of Mount Airy or Woodbine Depots, on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and two miles south of Poplar Spring, adjoning the lands of Roderick Horsey, Luther Welsh and others. It is laid out in fields of convenient size, well wa tered, in a productive state of cultivation, lime acting ad mirably upon it. There arc some 30 acres in Meadow land, and more can easily he added; there are 50 acres of thrifty chesnut and oak wood land; two Apple Orchards of j select fruit in full bearing. The improvements consist of a comfortable BRICK ! jji|j[DWELLIN T G, with Back Building and Kitchen, all of Brick, large Stone Smokehouse, well arranged, Wagon Shed and Corn Cribs, Carriage House, Tee House, new frame Store House, two Quarters, two good Frame Houses, several Log Houses, Barn and Stabling. Four Tobacco Houses, Grist and Saw Mill, with cast iron gearing, capa ble (with little repairs) of doing a large amount of Coun try work, there being no other Mill within several miles. 2d. Also, A FARM of 47 acres, more or less, adjoining the above, about half of which is in Wood and Meadow land. 3d. Also, A FARM of 200 acres, more or less, adjoining the above, all of which is in a good state of cultivation, water in almost every field. The improvements consist of a LOG DWELLING, Stabling and Tobacco House— about 40 acres in wood, which is quite sufficient for the use of the Farm. This, like unto the other Farm, is in a handsome situation and is excellent farming land. 4th. Also, A FARM of 181 acres, adjoining the above, in a good location—well watered, two streams of water passing through the property—a first rate spring of water within twenty yards of the house. Apple Orchard in full hearing. The improvements are a large FRAME DWELL : IXG, STABLING and TOBACCO HOUSE. Some 20 acres in Meadow, and much more can he added with little work —it has some 30 acres in wood. This with the other above named farms, are considered handsome locations and good farming land. Terms of Sale, as prescribed by the decree, are. that one-third of the purchase money shall be paid in cash, 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 credit payments to be secured by the bonds or notes of the pur chaser, with security to he approved by the Trustee. WM. 11. G. DORSEY, n5-2atvts Trustee. LOCU ST POINT It KAL ESTATE FOft SALE.—The undersigned, as attorney for the owner, will sell at public sale, on the TENTH OF NOVEMBER, 1858. at 1 o'clock P. M . at the Exchange, the following LOTS OF GROUND, viz: One LOT fronting 155 feet 4 inches on Hull street, be tween Clement street and Fort avenue, and running back to Cooke street, with a depth of 175 feet inches. One LOT occupying the whole front on the north side of Fort avenue, between Cooke and Towson streets, of 175 feet 10 inches, and extending back to a depth of 155 feet 4 inches. And one LOT occupying the corner bounded by Towson street, Clement street and Richardson street, with a front of 192 feet 4 inches on the south side of Clement street, with a depth of 184 feet 4 inches. Terms made known on the day of sale. Title indisputable. 11. P. BROOKS, No. 1 Law Buildings, St. Paul street. n5-eots GIBSON k CO.. Auctioneers. IpfTHE ELEGANT AND VALUABLE ■|ii FARM EGYPT, PART OF COWPEXS, AT AUCTION. I will sell on THURSDAY, November 11th. at 1 o'clock, at the Exchange Sale Rooms, No. 19 South Gay street the following described very valuable FARM, situated in Bal timore county, about miles from the city, by the Hillen or York turnpike, and about IX miles from Towsontown, containing about 144 ACRES OF PRIME LIME STONE LAND, 100 of which is in a very high state of cultiva tion. the balance in fine Timber. ! The improvements consist of a COTTAGE RESIDENCE, frame Barn, 46 by 60, with Stone Cellar, finished in the best manner, with many other Out Houses, all new and in good order. The location is one of the most healthy in the State. The adjoining Farms are owned by gentlemen of the fiist respectability, in the neighborhood of schools and churches. It has also a fine spring of Water, with ! power sufficient for a Mill; Tan Yard, Apple Orchard and | other fruits, &c. ! For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or Dr. j H. M. EWIXG, Mount Washington. Terms, liberal, at sale. SAMUEL H. COVER. Auct , n5-ts 84 Baltimore st. SWEET CIDER.—3OO gallons Cider, pure juice; 30 bbls. N. E. RUM, 25 bbls. CIDER VINEGAR; 100 bbls. EXTRA FLOUR; 200 bbls. OLD WHISKEY; 50 bbls. Susquehanna HERRINGS; For sale by J. F. MILLER FC CO.. _O 5 liv 79 Bowly'S wharf. PORK. —100 bbls. Mess and Clear Mess and 50 bbls. prime Pork, for sale by JOSEPH CAR SON & CO. n5 tf BACON. — Prime Smoked Shoulders, Sides and Il&ms. for sale by JOSEPH CARSON k C'o. n5 tf NEW LUMBER YARDT~ S . WILLIS, (late of the firm of Willis <f Co.) LUMBER MERCHANT, COB. OP EAST PALLS AXD EASTERN AVENUES. Baltimore, Is prepared to furnish LUMBER in all its varieties, both for BUILDING and SHIPPING purposes, and respectfully solicits the patronage of his former customers, and the public generally. Orders received for BRICKS. LIME and HAIR. n4-tf ' I BLE CUTLERY, JL MANCFACTCKED BR JOSEPH ROGERS & SONS. MAPPIX BROTHER. ALSO. AMERICAN CUTLERY, Dinner Knives, Breakfast Knives, Carvers. Steels, etc., in plain and carved Ivory handles, of the best quality, for Fale by CAXFI ELD. BRO. k CO., n4-tf 229 Baltimore street. TOHNSTON'S BANK •JP Discounts, Collects, Buys and Sells Exchange; Exe cutes Stock Orders and transacts the GENERAL Banking ' business on the most favorable terms. DEPOSITS OF MONEY (bankable or uncurrent) re ceived and checks paid therefor in similar funds WITH OUT CHARGE. COLLECTIONS have our care, promptly and upon rea sonable TERMS. AMPLE CAPITAL and strict attention, with a thorough knowledge of our business, enable us to offer UNSURPASSED FACILITIES to our regular cus tomers. JOHNSTON BROTHER & CO., n4-tf Bank—l9B Baltimore st. KINNE'S BLACKSTONE. THE MOST MATERIAL PARTS OF BL A CKSTONE'S COMMENTARIES. Reduced to Questions and Answers. By John C. Deve reux, Counsellor at Law. Upon the plan and in place of Kinne's Bl> ekstone. For sale bv CUSHIXGS k BAILEY, Law Booksellers. n4-3t 262 Baltimore street. REMOVAL. BTFI D E R PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT, REMOVED from No. 81 Smith's Wharf, to NO. 120 SOUTH EUTAW STREET, Opposite Camden Station of the B. A O. R. R, WALKER & CO., CLOTHIEItS, WASHINGTON BUILDINGS, BALTIMORE STREET, ocll-tfr Between Light and Calvert afreets. CORNS, BONIONS.NAILS PENETRA TING TIIE FLESH, extracted without pain, so tha the boot can be worn immediately without the least incon venience, by DR. PAINTER, Surgeon, Chiropodist, Jy9 ly Office No. 21 N. Calvert street. SHINGLES? SHINGLES!—WE HARE just received a further supply of low priced SHIN GLES, suitable for covering Barns and Out-houses; apply at 182 Light st. Wharf, or corner of Eutaw and German streets, (sie-tf BURNS k SLOAN, A CARD.—Iti order tu meet the wishes of niany of his former friends anil pfctfon", the most re .-pectisble citizens of Baltimore, MR. HLASKO has the honor to inform them and the public in gen ml, that he will comirence his instruction at the HAMILTON' HALL, TUESDAY. November 9th, 1858. at o o'clock. I*. M.. and he solicits to confer on him the same noble patronage as the five years • f bis sojourn in this city. n3-eo3i* OFFICE i)F THE BOARD T>F COIN TROL AMI REVIEW. BALTIMORE. November 2 ISSB—NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Books con taining the Record of the Assessment made in conformity with the ordinance entitled "An ordinance for the gene ral valuation and Assessment of property in the city of Baltimore;" approved May 26th, 1358, WILI. BR OPENED FOR PUBLIC EXA MUTATION, at the office of the Board of Control and Review, northeast corner of North and Fayette streets, on the 15th day of November, instant, and will remain open, for examination, daily until the 15th day of January, 1559. The said Board will meet daily, during the time specified, between the hours of 10 0 clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock. P. M.. to hear and determine complaints and appeals relating to said assessment. F. I.ITTKr SHAFFER. n3-dtXls&2awt.lals Pres. Board of C. k It XPOREIGN EXCHANGE. -L BILLS ON LONDON AND PARIS, IN SUMS TO SUIT. AT ALL TIMES, for sale by 0c23-tfr MCK I M & CO. OPENING —OF— RICH AND BEAUTIFUL DRY GOODS. Comprising all the newest and most attractive styles In SILK ROBES, A TABLEAU ROBES, A LEZ; ROBES, A DOUBLE JUPE; SILKS, by the yard in great variety. Also, a complete assortment of PRINTED MERINOS; DELAINES; POPLINS; MERINO PLAIDS; LACES AND EMBROIDERIES' POII.E DE CHEVRES; SHAWLS; With a complete stock of MOURNING GOODS; To which we will be adding all the novelties of the season. P- S.—A large aniLwell selected stock of Housekeeping and DOMESTIC tjgb'DS. Also, a full assortment of CLOTHS and CASSTMERES, for Men's and Boy's wear, no tf WROTH it I'l I.LKRTON, 85 Baltimore st. PATENT COAL SIFTER.—We would invite the attention of Housekeepers to a new Coal Sifter that we have just manufactured. It is simply made ai.d easily handled, and so constructed that the person using it is perfectly protected from all dust or dirt. It i 9 well made and cheaper than any patented Coal Sifter now sold. For sale wholesale and retail by CORTLAN &CO., House Furnishers, n3 tf 216 and 218 Baltimore st. X] EW BOOKS! NEYV BOOKS! 1 1 CARLYLF/S FREDERICK TIIE GREAT—niatory of Frederick the Second, called Frederick the Great —by Thomas Carlyle. Vol. 1 (now ready.) 12m0. cloth, $1 25. SELF-MADE MEX—by Chas. C. B. Seymour, with Por traits. 12mo.—cloth, $1.25. VOL. 17 HARPER'S MAGAZINE—bound in cloth. THE Ml NICIPALIST, in two parts, bound in one—l2mo. cloth, SI.OO. With a portrait of Gen. Washington. Received and for sale by CUSHIXGS k BAILEY, 262 Baltimore street, PS-3t opposite Hanover. CASSARD & SON, r. PORK PACKERS, IIAM CURERS, AND DEALERS IN PROVISIONS GEX ER A LLY, Nos. 407 AND 400 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, n.3-tf Baltimore. \T EYV STYLE TOWELL RACKS _L x Made of Wood covered with Tin. The tin prevents the wood from warping and breaking, and the wood keeps the tin from becoming bruised. &c., making a light and substantial article, thought to be superior to all other kinds. For sale wholesale and retail by CORTLAN & CO., Importers and Dealers in House-furnishing Goods of every n3-tf description, 216 anil 218 Balto. St. AUBREY & co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, OFFICK OF THE MARYLAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB, I). B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. DEAN, ADAMS AND DEAN & COLT'S REVOLVERS, small size. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. PURDY'S, LANCASTER'S And DEAN", Adams' k Dean's GUNS, imported to order, by D. B. TRIMBLE, au3o-tf 200 Baltimore street. SINGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL DUCK GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, f IYHE CELEBRATED Carroll Island Duck JL GUN, by Westly Richards. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. DOUBLE BARRELLTTIRD GUNS—BY Richards, Manton, Greener, Moore,, and all English makers; for sale by D. B. TRIMBLE, _ au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. BOYS' SINGLE AND DOUBLE BAIL RELL BIRD GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. I FRENCH"BREECH-LOADING"SHOT GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2S-tf 200 Baltimore street. 1? V KRY ARTICLE 1 N THE SPORTING to be had at TIIE SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE, I). B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. DECOY DUCKS, at Manufacturers' prices D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. DR. E. P. MORONG, SINCE HIS RETURN FROM EUROPE, Makes an exclusive specialty of the treatment of DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR. MEDICALLY AND SURGICALLY. OFFICE, 71 N. CHARLES ST., * 524-tf Baltimore, Md. REMOVAL"; REMOVAL:! laying to the immense increase in my business, I have Pemovrd to the elegant store, N'o. 92 NORTH HOWARD STREET, REXWICK'S BUILDING—where may he louinl the most complete stock of FRENCH PLATE, PIER, WALL ANI) MANTLE MIRRORS, to be had in the citv. PORTRAIT and PICTURE FRAMES, square and oval, of every description, always 011 hand on the most pleasing terms. Call and examine. WM. McGREW, No. 92 North Howard st., 0c26-tf Renwick's Building, Baltimore, Md. WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, &?. BAKER BROTHERS A CO., Nos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, Importers of French and Manufacturers of Baltimore WINDOW GLASS, DRUGGISTS' GLASS WARE, VIALS, BOTTLES, JARS, FLASKS.ETC. IMPORTERS AND AGENTS FOR TIIE BALE OP Alum, Roll Brimstone, Coppeias, Castile Soap, Epsom Salts, Castor Oil, Sal era t us, Linseed Oil, Bi-Carb. Soda, White Lead, Sal Soda, Chrome Green, Refined Saltpetre, Chrome Yellow, Borax, s3~ly Paints in Oil, all kinds. COFFINS. COFFINS. HAYS k MORSE, CARVERS AND MANUFACTURERS OP COMPOSITION OR N A M ENT S. No. 41 CLAY STREET, NEAR PAP.K. 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 -terials, and of the mo9t ap proved patterns. These Coffins being made so as to be TAKEN APART, offer great inducements to the Country Trade, as they can be shipped at small expense, and to the city trade, as they will occupy hut small space, and in case of fire can be. saved without exposure. For sale LOW. For terms, apply as above. ocl2-ly IMPORTANT Or J TO THE PUBLIC. Of J The undersigned mo*t respectful- (}_i 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. Truss applied free of charge. Price of Single Truss $3; Double Truss $5. A liberal discount allowed to Druggists. Manufacturer of Prof. X. R. Smith's FRACTURE APPARATUS. CHAS. C. REIXHARDT, Manufacturer of Surgical Instruments, 7 North Gay street, near Baltimore, s2B-6m (Late C. C. Reinhardt, Light st.) C APRON & CO" SHIPPING AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Liberal cash advances made on consignments to our friends in LIVERPOOL, LONDON, HAVRE, MAR SEII.LES, and all ports in IRELAND. nl tf I WIT TREES] J. HENRY GREF.NWAY &CO., 4S S. CALVERT ST., Agents for A. Saul & Co.'s HIGHLAND NURSERIES, Xewburgh, X. Y., successors to A. J. Downing k Co. nl-tf NEW RAISINS,CURRANTS,CITRON DATES AND ALMONDS,for sale low, 11. W. DUN CAN, S. E. corner Fayette and Pine streets. oclfl tf STORAGE WILL BE RECEIVED ON k Jtlie first floor of Warehouse No. 62, South Gav street. CAPROX k CO. n3-tf WESTERN PRODUCE. Twenty five hhds. Bacon SHOULDERS; Three hundred choice Western Smoked HAMS; Ten kegs superior SAUSAGE SKINS; Thirty boxes Lewis M. Norton's celebrated Pine Apple CHEESE; Seventy-five bbls. Bourbon WHISKEY; Fifty bbls.choice Old Rye WHISKEY; One hundred and fifty bbls. Rye WHISKEY; Fifteen bbls. C. Alexander's celebrated old Bourbon cop per distilled, warranted pure and very choir*-; Five bbls. choice flavored pure Malt WHISKEY; just received and for sale by B. T. ELDER, 120 S. Eutaw street, opposite n3-tf Balto. & Ohio R. R. Depot. EVERETT'S SUPERIOR ENGLISH BLACKING.—A fresh invoice of Everett's superior liquid BLACKING, just landing ex-May Queen, from Lon don. For sale in quantities to suit purchasers. P. TIER NAN & SON, Importers, 12 N. Charles at. sls tf L~ILLIE'SPATENT FIRE AND BUR GLAR PROOF SAFES, made of wrought and chilled iron, 1H to 2 inches thick, and warranted drill proof. The only robber proof Safe for sale in Baltimore. C. S. WILLETT, jyl6-tf 192 Baltimore street. BIRD AND DUCK GUNS.-A large as sortment of single and double Bird and Duck Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Percussion Caps, Game Bags, Powder Flasks, Shot Belts, Cleaning Rods, Gun Nipples, &c., just received and for sale cheap by SCH.EFFER k LONEY, Importers, No. 3 Hanover st. s2l-tf rpEAS. Choice Green and Black Teas X which are of the choicest selection at the lowest cash price. H. W. DUNCAN, S. E. corner Fayette and Pina streets. oclfi-tf THE MA RtSH BAN K F (JLTON 1 COOK STOVE, for WOOD or COAL, five sizes; be yond all question the best cook stove in this coun try. Can be had only of ROBBINS k CO., 46 and 48 Light street, corner of Balderston and Lombard sts., 30 tf (westside.) W/IDOW CLICQ UOT'S CHAMPAGNE. Vv An invoice of this celebrated and scarce WINE daily expected. For sale wholesale and retail, by GEO. HOLLINS, aulO-tf Corner Fayette and Charles sts. INDIA CHINA. -Twelve dinnpr sets, each containing one hundreil and sixty-one pieces. For sale by THOMAS WHITRIDGE it CO., 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf. oc6-tf /QUINTESSENCE, D'EAU DE CO LOGNE AMBREE. CANFIELD, BRO. & CO., have just imported an invoic of this delightful perfume, tor sale by the quantity and a etail p-oia.eoa ,29 tf DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY IN SUKANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania 1835. MARINE INSURANCE, On Vessels, Cargo, Freights, to all parts of the World. INLAND INSURANCES, On Goods by Rivers, Canals, Laks and land Carriages to all parts of the Union. FIRE INSURANCES, On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelling Hou ses, Ac. ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, November, 2d, 1H67, $702,785.37. WILLIAM MARTIN, President. THOMAS C. HAND, Vice President, i HENKY LYLBURN, Secretary. The undersigned, having been duly appointed Agent of this Company, is prepared to receive applications for In surance as above, and is instructed to give notice to all ! persons in this city who desire to place risks with said Company, that their applications for Insurance must he made at their agency in Baltimore. HENRY A. DIDIKR, je2l-tfr Commercial Building, Gay street. JYJARINE INSURANCE. JOHNSTON'S I N S U R A N C E ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET JJMRE INSURANCE. JOHNSTON'S /N S UII AN C K ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. STRONGEST COMPANIES. JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. J OWEST RATES. JOHNSTON'S INSUR A N C E ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET POLICIES ISSUED" FROM THIS OFFICE, JOHNSTON'S 1 N S U R A N C E ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. NO DELAY IN PAYMENT OF LOSSES. JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. MARINE PREMTUMS LIBERALLY CREDITED. JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. NEW YORK CITY AND VIRGINIA COMPANIES. " SECURITY FIRE; "PHENIX" " " RESOLUTE " "NEW WORLD" " "LYNCHBURG" " "ALBEMARLE" " " VALLEY of Va. " " MARINE. Mercantile Mutual Marine, N. Y., Lynchburg Marine, Va. FIRE, " VALLEY of Va.' " "ALBEMARLE, " "LYNCHBURG," "NEW WORLD." " 1 RESOLUTE," " "PHENIX," " "SECURITY," ALL LICENSED BY THE COMPTROLLER. Policies issued ; Losses adjusted and paid by THOS. D. JOHNSTON, Ins. Agt. 73 SKCOND STREET. MERCANTILE "MUTUAL MARINE INS. CO., OF NE tr YORK. ASSF.TS $931,000. THOS. D. JOHNSTON, OCBM,WAF Agent. BALTIMORE FIRE INSURANCE TJO (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. TATLOR, WM. GILMOR, 1 W. G. HARRISON, J. PRNNINOTO S. T. THOMPSON, JOSHUA I. COHEN, ■ GEO. R. VIOKERS, FRANCIS T KINO, < F. W. ALRICKS, HENRY CARROLL, 1 S. O. HOFFMAN, R. S. STEUAUT | DAVID S. WILSON, WM. H. BRUME. 1 W. F. WORTHING TON, ; f22-eotfr. FRED'K WOODWORTH. Secretary STOCK HO USE —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. I STOCKS CARRIED. We are always prepared to carry Stocks upon reasonable ! terms. EXCHANGE AND BANKING 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 of the country, to buy at very low rates. DISCOUNTING TIME PAPER ANI) LENDING i MONEY ON COLLATERALS. 1 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 borrowers. COLLECTIONS. Have special care with PROMPT RETURNS AT LOW RATES. JOHNSTON BROTHERS cf CO., oc7-tf BANKERS. GUILD WATC HES— r MANUFACTURED BY JURGENSEX, FRODSIIAM, I XARDIX, COOPER, PATEK, FHILIPPE'St CO., ; RUSSELL k SOX, FREXCH, MORRIS & CO., STODDARD, HEXRY CAPT, WM. DIXON, DAVID TAYLOR. THOMAS BLUXDELL, JOS'H JOHNSON. COWDEROY. BUTTON, E. D. JOHNSON, Imported bv CANFIELD, BRO & CO, 220 Baltimore street. ALSO—AGENTS POlt THE CELEBRATED AMERICAN WATCH. The above Watches are ail guarantied to perform accu j rate time. FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. | C. B. k CO., are prepared to Case Watch Move j ments in all the various styles and at the shortest j notice. n2 eo3tr ! I'L RCIIA.SEKS 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 & 203 BALTIMORE STREET, I which In variety, style of Goods and low prices will com | pare favorably with any establishment in the United j States. OUR RETAIL STOCK (FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT,) [ presents a magnificent stock in every department of the 1 trade. I s3O-tr k CO. ; GHIRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS! I MADE TO ORDER FOB For $1 50 a lid $1.75. AT RAY M OND'S 36 WEST BAITIMOBE STBEET, OtT AT, TO ANY MADE ELSEWHERE For $2.00 and $2.50. | A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED 1 A great variety of UNDER SHIRTS AMD DRA WERS | Adapted to the fall trade. BOYS' SHIRTS, Of all sizes. TIES, SCARFS, GLOVES, HDKFS, ke., kc., I of tjew styles, i Embracing every article usually kept iu a first class GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS STORE, ALL AT 2t-3mr X^ RY I' R ICES. I QHARLES D. DEFORD 4C GO~ TOBACCO COMMISSION 51ERCHANTS, AMD IMPORTERS OF HAVANA CIGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO, No. 37 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMORE. MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. | We are agents for most of the manufacturers of Tobacco | in Virginia and North Carolina, and through them we are | regularly supplied with all the various grades of Chewing Tobacco. j HAVANA CIGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO. Our arrangements for supplies of Cigars and Leaf To- I bacco, through our Agent, who resides in Havana, enable us to offer as large an assortment of the various qualities , as any house in the United States. AMERICAN LEAF TOBACCO. We have always on hand Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Con I necticut, Ohio, and other kinds, suitable for home trad and exportation; also, J SNUFFS, SMOKING AND FINE CUT CHEWING TOBACCO, j PIPES AND TOBACCO KNIVES, ; jyto tf I.IQI'ORICE,TONQUA BEANS, Ac. REAL ESTATE WVESWENTS— f. t . tensive lists of Real Estate, desirable for temporary I or permanent investments, mar always be consulted at | our office. F. G. WATERS & SON. I 0c26-tf Brokers, No. 3 Law Buildings. ROOFING and Plain, J a prime lot just received and for sale by J. A. DUSIIANE, I No. 40 South Charles street, near Lombard st.,Baltimore, Md. POE & HOWARD, WAREHOUSE, NO. 69 PRATT STREET,' NEAR BOWLT'S WHARF, Manufacture SASH, BOORS, BLINDS, FRAMES, and all kinds of SASH FACTORY WORK. | R g' every description of BUILDING MATE oc3O tfr FACTORY—LOCUST POINT, BAI.TO. ! R |X)MATOE BROILERS, A A supply of TOMATOE BROILERS on hand, and with the usual variety of housekeeping articles, will b Isold w, by ALFRED H. REIP, At the Housekeeper's Emporium, 1 No. 887 Baltimore st. fieavf Rough White Oak T T Pipes aiifl Hhd. Staves,ppply to LAMBERT GIT- TlN'iS, S" 58 Buchanan's wlrarf nft-tf WANTED.— A YOUTH, ina Counting room, on the wharf. Address H. I)., at this office, with references in the handwriting of the applicant. oc2Blw i WANTED. —A wefi secured Ground I Kent of about $'2,500; apply to •11.tr IV If. HITLLIVAN, No. 24 Second st. WANTED TO KENT.—A small Dwelt Ing within ten minutes walk of South and Balti more Ktreels, rent not to exceed $l5O. Address IX QIJIKEK, office of Pally Exchange. jy26-tf WANTED.—A iriiiilortiiblc lliriK'-story SiViij! DWELLING, with passage and back building, in the Jth-rtpari I,r the city, but East of Fremont st.— Kent not more than |3f>o. I'lcase address A. G. at this of flee ' tf "j/H US! KI7ICSF Kl HS! ABfUM V N D , A'o 225 /laMmorr drfi. war Chart **, and 31 Baltimore Street, near Maryland InslitiUe., MAMti'M'JTf/ftKft AND DEALER IX trim or EVERY DESCRIPTION, LULL *t Of PI MAPLE, MINK, MINK SABLE HTCII. HTON'K VIAKfIX, CIIIXCMILLA, WA TER MINK, ROCK MARTIN, SIBE RIAN HOTIKK EL, An ~ Ac., Ac. EI.'KMINDILLAH, MI l I S. CI KFS.OEN TLEMEX'S Kl It COLLARS, FANCY FI R TRIMMINGS, AMI FANCY SLEIGH ROBES. The trade may be assured, that at no place in the city can he found a larger or more select assortment of any of the above ui tides than here, and as every piece is manu- [ Pictured 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. Furs altered at the shortest notice. 523-d4m A. SIQMtTNP. PHCENIX STKAM MAITBLE WORKS, ESTABLISHED IH2O, CORNER SHARP AND GERMAN STREETS. Persons owning family lots in public cemeteries or prl- 1 vate burial grounds, are respectfully invited to call before purchasing elsewhere, and examine the stock of MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEADSTONES, Ac., Of the best American and Italian marble, now finished and for sale at the above establishment. The assortment, which is large, embraces original designs and of choice selections from the most appropriate and beautiful artists' structures in modern use. Also, MARBLE STATUES j GARDEN VASES, FOUNTAINS, and other ornaments I appropriate for Gardens, Dwellings, or Grave lots, con- i stantly on baud. ALEXANDER GADDESS, Proprietor, Steam Marble Works XIEW YORK STEAM 1 1 ' SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT, OPFICE 142 LEXINGTON STREET, BALT. We would beg to call call the attention of the public to ! the fact that we are prepared to do, in the most superior j manner, every description of SILK AND WOOLEN CLEANING. We have no French patent right for covering up spots; but, by certain improvements in machinery of our own, coupled with the chemical knowledge necessary to effect the same, aie now ready to thoroughly cleanse every de scription of ladies' gentlemen's and children's wearing apparel, whether 3 side of VELVET, SILK or WOOLEN Goons, and do not requre the ripping of the same, excepting in i cases where it would be of decided benefit so to do. Par- j ticular attention paid to CAMEL'S HAIR, WIIITE, CRAPE, and other SHAWLS, LACE CURTAINS, SILK DRESSES, EM BROIDERIES, MERINOES, Kill GLOVES. &C. SPOTS OF GREASE, OIL, PAINT, ICE CREAM, or of any other nature taken out, if possible, without cleansing the whole garment. Gentlemen's garments will be prepared by a regular tailor, thus insuring a proper finish. sel4-6mr OLDEST ESTABLISHED STAND IN THE CITY. ANDREW E. WARNER, No. 10 X. GAT STREET, MA ATUFA C TURE R OF SILVER WARE AND FINE GOLD JEWELRY, AND DEALER IN SILVER PLATED WARE, AND FANCY ARTICLES GENERALLY, Has in store a beautiful assortment of New Styles and Patterns of Rich Jewelry and Silver Ware suitable for presents, embracing a great variety . f Set and Plain Gold BROOCHES; Mosaic, Carbunkle, Oral, Pearl, Lava, Cameo, Etruscan, Ac., EAR RINGS; BRACELETS; FIN R RINGS, set with Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, Pearl Opal, kc ; Ladies' GOLD CHAINS; Vest and Guard Chains; Miniature LOCKETS; Gold Thimbles; Cuff But tons and Pins; Signet, Chased and Plain Gold Rings, Pen cils and Pens; Sleeve BUTTONS and STUDS; Gold and Jet Crosses; Jet Bracelets, Pins and Ear Rings; HAIR JEWELRY of beautiful designs. kc Also a complete assortment of Best Quality Heavy Sil ver Plated TEA SETTS, Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Cake Baskets. Fruit. Butter and Salt Stands, Castors, Candle Sticks, Pearl Handle Dessert Knives, SPOONS, Forks, Ladles, FANCY ARTICLES, &c., which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. s2O-tf RP KELLY & SON; -1. • MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 3 LIBERTY STREET, Have received a full assortment of the newest STYLES OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE, FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON, and respectfully solicit a call from their customers and others. cash purchasers a liberal deduction will be made s2B-3mr _ BOGGS, UOTTMAN K CO., " Nos. 44 and 4G LOMBARD STREET, OPPOSITE PUBLIC STORES, BALTIMORE. IMPORTERS OP WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, SKGAItS, Ao. WHOLESALE HEALERS IN 1 DOMESTIC I, IQUORS, COR D IA LS, Ac. Cognac k Rochelle Brandies, Old Rye Whiskey, of differ- Pale and Dark. ent qualities ; Holland Gin. German Tonic Bitters, i Jamaica k Santa Cruz Rum. Peach, 1 ! Scotch and Irish Whiskey. Cherry, Madeira, Sherry, Port Lis- Lavender, L .. lion, Malaga, Champagneißaspberry, | if lc ' 3, I and Claret Wines. Blackberry, | I Havana & Principe Segars. Ginger, j ! j.v29-tf Cordials, various qualities. I AUGHLIN'S A A GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONALE BOOT, SHOE AND GAITER ESTABLISHMENT. Having just received a fresh lot of French work, (in ! eluding MELIES' manufacture.) a direct importation, I I can guarantee to my customers entire satisfaction in any j of the articles enumerated below: ' Glazed Opera Boots.]-* c it'alf Skin Roots, ■ Glazed Elastic Gaiter " JCork Sole Boots, j Glazed Button Gaiter 44 3f g . Elastic Calf Gaiter Boots j Glazed Molier Shoes, 5i £ Cork Sole Gaiters, ' Glazed Vilie Shoes, = a Molier Calf Shoes, Glazed Pump Shoes, j- * Kid-top High Louis. | Also, on hand of my own manufacture, Ot'BLE SOLE I BOOTS. DOUBLE SOLE GAITERS, DOUBLE SOLE WALKING SHOES, &c., kc. These articles are all made j up during the summer months so that at the present time they arc well seasoned and warranted inferior to none in the market. THOMAS LAUGHLIN, No. 2 St. Paul st., : opp. the Bank of Baltimore. s!6-dßm ■W. KI.KTZ SUIAKFFEK, ~ WTLT 1.1 A M 11. * IIA KR Y~ FRANCIS B. LONJTY, ROBERT 8. FINLKY IRVIN NEALK HARDWARE.— SCHAEFFER k LONEY, IMPORTERS OF HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, NO. 3 HANOVER STREET, NEAR BALTIMORE STREET, j.vl-tf BALTIMORE. TITATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SIL- T T VER WARE. W . B . LA RMO l T R . No. 10 Light st., opposite the Fountain Hotel, Light St., invites the attention of purchasers to his ntw stock of fine GOLD and SILVER CASES, and warranted splendid time- I keepers. Also, a choice stock of French and American JEWELRY, of the latest patterns; Sterling Silver and Albata Ware of every variety of style; Gold and Steel Spectacles; Eye Glass; Clocks; Liquor Stands; Fancy Goods, 4c., at low prices. Watches and Jewelry repaired in the best manner. ocll tfr MOUNT VERNON G0.," OFFICE, NO. 94 LOMBARD STREET, Manufacturers of COTTON CAN VA'S. ALB 0 RAVEN'S DUCK, SEINE AND SEWING TWINE. ap3o-tfr aj. s. McCLELLAN, FASHIONABLE HATTER, No. 343 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR EUTAW Manufacturer and Dealer in HATS, C.\PS, CHILDREN'S FANCY GOODS, UMBRE* LAS, and all goods usually kept in a first-class sB-3mr Retail Hat Store. R IMJR CALVERTON t COPPER SMITII WORKS, No. 94 NORTH CALVERT SREET. AM PREPARED TO MAKE TO ORDER, OR REPAIR, ALL KINDS OF COPPER WORK, A T SHORT NOTICE. JOHN M. BRUCE. MONUMENTAL BRASS WORKS. No. 44 HOLLIPAY ST. GEORGE IF. IIARDESTY, BRASS FOUNDER, AND MANUFACTURER OF STEAM, WATER AND GAS COCKS, Keeps constantly on hand every description of BRASS WORK used by Plumbers, Steam Engine Builders, Steam V st,neiies ' breweries, &c. Also, LAGER BEER COCKS, of all sizes. Brass Castings of every description done daily. ocls 3m BE NOT DECKIVF.D ISY~SIGNS,~GII OTHERWISE! J. W. RICHARDSON 16 NOT DEAD, neither has he re tired from business, but is located at No. 12 X. Gay street, adjoining Christ Church, where he has a large and general assortment of superfine and medium quality CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and NESTINGS, with a variety of other STAPLE DRY GOODS, all of which he will retail on favorable terms. Having secured the services of Major ROBERT HALL, whose reputation as a first-class Cutter is universally ad mitted, he hopes to manufacture GENTLEMEN'S CLOTH ING to suit all who may favor him with a call, pledging himself that no effort shall he spared to give satisfaction NO. 12 NORTH GAY STREET, 0c23 tf adjoining Christ Church. s£l c. KM M E RICH , " BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, • , iV 0 ' 18 SOUTH STREET, je23-Iy BALTIMORE. A. & T. U.HALL, J • COMMISSION MERCHANTS-, No. i CAM.) KN" ST., BALTIMORE, Give their exclusive attention tw-the sale of TOBACCO, COTTON, FLOUR. GRAIN, PROVISIONS, oc2B tf ike., &c. OPERA GLASSES.—.Just received a very superior lot of Opera Glasses at WEBB'S JEWELRY STORK, S. E. corner of Baltimore and Charles street. 0c25-tf SAMSON CARISS CO., CARVERS k GILDERS Manufacture LOOKING-GLASS and PICTURE FRAMES, and GILT WORK in every variety, and are dealers in, ami manufacturer's agents for PLATE GLASS, for Store'and House windows, LOOKING-GLASS PLATES PLATKII WARE, TABLE CUTTLERY, FORKS, SPOONS* kc with a great variety of ENGRAVINGS, PAINTINGS and' WORKS OF ART, generally. ' nl3-3m 140 BALTIMORE ST HAMS. Clioi.-e Sujrar Hums, Beet TONGI ES AND LARD, at the lowest cash prices 11. W. DUNCAN, S. E. corner Fayette and Pine Btreet9 - oc!6tf ATLANTIC T ELEGRA P H TRINKETS. CAN FIELD, BRO. & CO., 229 B.ALTIMOEE STREET, Have a great variety of articles manufactured out of tue Submarine Telegraph Cable, such as Broaches, Charms Watch Keys, Letter Stamps, kc. Also, pieces of Cable mounted on brass and silver. OTORaGE VY ANTED—In Warehouse kJNo. 77 Smith's wharf, on firs- floor at low rates annlv to CHARLES PENDERGAST, No. 77 Smith's _ 0c25-tf NE W CHOP ID BA C CO.—ln Store Par tapas Lonilres Ist, 2d and .Id's, and other brands of new crop Tobacco. P. TIERNAN & SON , Importers A1 NO. 42 North Calvert street, comtorta- Roomß nd Brd can be had for married or single PC!; Bon 8 on MARTIN GOLDSBOROUGH, ' _ Agent for keepers. PEN CLEANER PEN AND PENCIL II L>ER AND PAPER WEIGHT COMBINED. A new and VERY USEKI I, ARTTCI V who writes should be without. Just nceived and Ur sTle ,„r, tf K - TURNER, ' No a Sooth Ch rle. St. IV/1 Eli KILL, 'l'lluiVlAS .v cO. T-to n"Pf nl "8' "t their NEW WAREHOUSE Ao. 239 Baltirrore street. ne o . ..,v * ment of GUNS, PISTOLS, GUN MATERIAL IP M??" arrived per steamer at New York rendering' m •' ► p one of the largest and best teleciedTn Z 'Z. ; W^ h tf hßy re " )WtfuUy invlte th kttentioi.of th trade, TNSTR I'M ENT AL CONC ERT. _M_ C. LEUTBECHER has the honor of announcing to the citizens of Baltimore that upon their return from the South THE BALTIMORE SEXTETT, will give their First Concert AT CARROLL HALL. ON Tins FRIDAY EVENING, Nov. 6TU, 185*. PROGRAMME. PART I. 1. Overture— 4 Alessandro Stradello," Flotow 2. Serenade Schuberth 3. Geistesschwingen Waltz Lanner 4. Overture—•'Huguenots" Meyerbeer PART XI. 1. Duo—Violin and Violoncello Mahr and Ah rend 2. Robert Toi Que J'aime—Cavatino from "Robert" Meyerbeer 3. Dreams at Sea—Waltz Gung l 4. Miserere—from "11 Trovatore" Verdi 5. Overture— 44 Per Freischuetz" C. Maria von Weber BTifSingle Tickets, Fifty Cents; Three for One Foliar To be had at Willig's, McCaffery's, Miller & Beachame and Stoddart's Music Stores. n6 It HALI.T A FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. COMMENCING WEDNESOAV, Nov. 3<l 1858, J. INSCO WILLIAMS' CELEBRATED BIBLE PANORAMA. This magnificent painting commence! with Chacs, and continues down in historical order to the Babylonish Cap tivity, containing more than fifty of the most sublime and interesting scenes in the Bible. Exhibitions every evening. Doors open at jg to 7, com mencing at 1% precisely. Tickets 25 cents—to be had at the Hall door. Children under ten years old 15 cents. Also exhibitions on WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AFTER NOONS, for Families and Schools. Doors open at 2, to com mence at 3 o'clock precisely. Explained by PROF. TIIIBITS. ochlitf | J OLLIDAY STREET THEATRE. KUXKEL k CO Lessees JOHN T. FORD Manager On TniS FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. sth. 1858, The laughable Comic Pantomime, entitled LA FETE CHAMPKTRE. In which .Marietta Zanfretta will appear on the Double Tight Rope, on which most of the action of this piece takes place. First time of the favorite Ballet, in 3 Tableaux, entiled ACALISTA ! Acalista Yrca Mathias To conclude with the immensely popular and very laughs ble Comic Pantomime of the MAGIC TRUMPET! Clown Gabriel Ravel Cas&nder Francois Ravel PRICES OF ADMISSION : Dress Circle 50 cents. Parquette 75 4t Reserved Seats in Dress Circle 75 4 * Family Circle 25 * c Colored Gallery 25 44 Doors open at —to commence at 7% o'clock. C.5 SELECT DANCING ACADEMY. M. and Madame MARINI, late of New York, will feX commence their Select Classes in Dancing, at Newton University Hall, No. 14 Lexington street, on MONDAY, October 11th, at o'clock P. .VI. The Lessons will comprise all the latest and most fash ' ionable DANCES. ! Gentlemen's Class, on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, from ! 8 until 10 P M. Young Ladies .and Children's Class on MONDAYS and | THURSDAYS, from 3 to 5 P. M. j Applications received and Circulars containing refer ! encesand all particulars obtained at the hall as above, be j twoen the hours of three and five o'clock P.M. ncOlm* f PH EfM AGN ETIC j -L TELEGRAPH COMPANY, [MORSE LINES.] j GENERAL OFFICE, BALTIMORE SUN IRON BUILDING RATES REDUCED. With SIX WIRES and IMPROVED BUSINESS FACIL ITIES, this Company is enabled to REDUCE THEIR I CHARGES, as follows : i From Each I Baltimore. Ten Words Additional Word. I To Philadelphia ~.'25 cents 2 cents To New York 50 cents 4 cents 1 To Washington 20 cents L cent j To Fredericksburg, Va 35 cents 3 cents I To Richmond, Va 45 cents 3 cents To Petersburg, Va 45 cents 3 cents j To Charleston, S. C 110 cents 6 cents i To Augusta, Ga ~.125 cents 7 cents To Savannah, Ga 140 cents 8 cents , To Mobile, Ala 225 cents 13 cents , To New Orleans, La —225 cents 13 cents i [A Corresponding Reduction between Intermediate Points.] j The MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH COMPANY invite busi - j ness for all points in the United States aud Canada.— j Their Lines are connected with the Eastern and Canada Lines at New York, and with the Western Lines at Balti • more. The MAGNETIC COMPANY is THE OLDEST TEX. eorapii COMPANY IN THE UNITED STATES, and alone have | the right to use Morse Invention upon the route of their j lines. The public may rely upon the prompt and accurate transmission of all despatches deposited at the following j offices: NEW YORK—43 Wall street. ASTOR HOUSE, at Main Entrance. NEW HAVEN DEPOT, 27th street PHILADELPHIA—3O2 Chesnut street, Girard HOUSE. BA T TI MORE— SUN IR ON B UIL DING. WASHINGTON—Corner Penna. avenue and oth steeß UNITED STATES CAPITOL. BOSTON—Merchants' Exchange. PORTLAND—29 Exchange street. J CINCINNATI—Under Burnet House. NEW ORLEANS—Under St. Charles Hotel. W. H. HEISS. j nl 6tr Superintendent Section A I)R. BAAKEE TREATS ALL DISEASES FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. BAAKEE will also give special attention to the fol lowing cases: Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Croup, Influ enza, Asthma, Bronchitis, and all other diseases of the Throat and Lungs. He will devote particular attention the treatment of all skin diseases—Lumbago, Scrofula Rheumatism, (acute and chronic,) Neuralgia, Paralysis, Epilepsy, Dyspepsia. Piles, and all derangements of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels; anil also to all chronic Female diseases. Special attention will be given to the treatment j of the EYE and EAR. | Without the use of the Knife or Needle, and he has con stantly on hand an excellent assortment of beautiful At ! tificial Eyes, an Tympanums,or Ear Drums, suitable for either Sex and all ages—inserted in five minutes. DR. BAAKEE lias made a new discovery of a Fluid that will produce perfect absorption of the Cataract , and restore perfect vision to he Eye without the use of the knife. Dr. Baakee can produce one thousand certificates of his perfect success in curing Cancer, old Sores or Ulcers, Fistula, Swellings or Tumors of every description, and without the use of the knife. Special arrangements must he made with | Dr. Baakee f<r the treatment of the last named diseases, as . they will require his constant advice and attention. DR. BAAK EE is one of the most skillful and celebrated Surgeons and Physicians now living. His fame is known personally in nearly every principal city in the world. All letters directed to Dr. Baakee, (enclosing one dollar.) from any distance, correctly stating the nature of the di.-- ease, shall be promptly answered, and a package of medi cine will be sent by mail with full instructions for treat ment. All patients with chronic (or old) diseases, can bd I successfully treated by correspondence. Office hours from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. DOCTOR BAAKEE. Office CORNER of CALVERT and LEXINGTON STS. opposite Monument Square, Baltimore, Md. ocS-tfr i COTTAGE SALOON, No. 11 NORTH HIGH STREET, - Between Baltimore and Fayette streets. CHRISTOPHER SHAW would respectfully Inform Ins friends and the public, that he has taken the well known Cottage, for many years kept l>y Mr. R. J Rotjer, and having made many alterations and improvements in the same, he is now prepared to serve up the various delica cies which the season and our wi 11 supplied markets af ford. Private entrance from Temple street. Families supplied with Oysters of superior quality and everything usually kept in a first class Restaurant CHRISTOPHER SHAW. ! Rate of the Sherwood Hous ( : ' UOB'KRT LAWNON, - SADDLE, TRUNK, HARNESS, COLLAR MANUFACTURER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 294 BALTIMORE STREET, CORNER SHARI' Merchants and Wholesale dealers are invited to call and examine my stock before making purchases, being i re ■ pared to sell goods as LOW an they be purchased iu any of the NORTHERN OR EASTERN CITIES, and I I LEDGE MYSELF TO DUPLICATE any bill made in those cities. Please call and satisfy yourselves of the ; 98 6ifl CELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! 0 HOSIERY, SHIRTS, GLOVES AND DRAWERS SIGNS, AMOS I.OVF.JOY, i 123 BALTIMORE STREET, Between Calvert and South, opposite the American Of fice l Snail Hi in day commence selling out my lar-.o and well selected ball and Winter stork of SHIRTS, DRAWERS, GLOVES, YARNS, LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS, &.c. without regard to cost, prior i to tearing down the building in the spring. Tois is an 1 opportunity seldom ofiered. as the stock is new and of the j best quisli v, and must be closed out before the new build ing commences. Come and see the bargains for your selves. aud don't forget the old stand, SIGNS, AMOS LOVF.JOY 1-3 Baltimore street, 7 doors west of Soul . | ocl3 tjanlr opposite the American Oftire, JELLING OFF! I SE L L ING O FF! A large stock of CABINET FURNITURE, At greatly reduced prices, at WM . P . SPENCER'S I Fholcste and Retuii FURNITURE WARE ROOMS. Nos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CALVERT STREET. I To reduce stock the undersigned oilers great indnce ments to purchasers of FASHIONABLE OR LOW PRICED FURNITURE, CHAIRS AND MATRESSES. City and country dealers will find it greatly to their ad j vantage to examin.- our stock and prices. Call soon and get bargains at 32 and 34 S. CALVERT ST j _sb-tJanlr _ WM. P. SPENCER I'SSSt * KW MUSK ' JUST PUBLISHED. ~v, u Jr b, ' au ' lf, il compositions, by A. WALLER -1 KIN ■ handsomely illustrated—vis QUEEN OF BOHEMIA POLKA EDIXGBURG SCHOTTISCH; ' UN A'VEN, (The Consent) REDOWA CLEM ENCE POLKA, o-on tfr MILLER k BEACHAM I . . ■ No. 10N. Charlei t. PRESERVING JARS— kor FRI sh OR SUGARED FRUIT, &c oTtT„o,c „ AT REDUCED PRICES, i ~ V Self-Sealing, Glass, Tin and Earthen; an old and reliable article. POTTER k BODINE'S Air-tight Glass; new, good and cheap. SANDWICH JARS, ground glass stoppers, air tight cheap and excellent. BENNETT'S Yellow, Earthen, air-tight. TOMATOE and Preserving Stone Jars, with corks PICKLE JARS, Glass and Stone. The very bvst assortment of the above goods ever fered in this city (with minute printed directions gr uis at PARR'S CHINA HALL, 211 Baltimore street, au26 tfr near Charle FOHN M. MANN, J MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IV PAPER HANGINGS, LINEN k VENETIAN BLINDS PAPER, PLAIN AND PAINTED STICK BLINDS kc. Np. 2 Q North Liberty st. . - above Fayette, Baltimo f e nn thi e ? w, on ; No 48 E - Baltimore St., and tilted fL! . r\' ,Üb '"""" (nt ' he i!i prepared to I per MoN r, t '!'i S . e,t notic :'- 011 Ooth, Carpeting and iin i a rooms. I pholstering neatlv ex edited. He is a.so ready tn furnish all articles in his line a! Ui > u'- j ER KATES than any other establishment. GOLD SU.tnxa a9^rS!; $ J.~ a . nd alt n ' fler "rCctts in proportion. : Old Blinds repainted and retrimmed. >8 '.' mr p ARRETING. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. JOHN T U R N B U L L , ] T 242 BALTIMORE ST., Is now receiving direct from the principal Manufacturers , in England, all their new and choice patterns of VELVET, BRUSSELS, AXD TAPESTRY CARFETINGS, Which for beauty of design and brilliant coloring surpass j everything in that line heretofore imported. Also, a large and beautiful assortment of 3-PLY, SUPERFINE, INGRAIN AND i VENETIAN CARPETS DRUGGETS, RUGS, DOOR MATS, Stcl OILCLOTHS, | Of superior quality and rich designs, entirely new. j We are offering great inducements to purchasers, and solicit a call at 242 BALTIMORE STREET | sB-2mr JOHN TURNBULL 1 BOOTS, SHOESTBRO GANS AND RUBBERS, received by late arrivals and for salehy the package at fac j tory prices by JOHN C. BAI.DKRSTON Commission Msrcbant, 1 ocMmr No. 14 Hanovor it.