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MOUNT WASHINGTON COLLEGE
FOR YOUNG LADIES.—The WINTER SESSION
begins November 3d, 1858. The course of * nßtr "®
the usual brauches is full and thorough, being u ) '"-
direction of an efficient Faculty of able a " ,
Teachers. Every necessary appliance require t
education is at the command of the Institution. 1 arentj
who desire a thorough education for the l r "K• w ' l,l
the comforts and advantages of the Christian family, are
invited to examine the School. . ,
For terms of admission and further information a dress
Rev GEO. LEWIS STALKS Principal, Mount Washing
ton. Baltimore Co., Maryland .or Rev. Dr HEINER SEA
ond St., Baltimore. Catalogues can be had atCUSHINGS
K BAILEY'S, Baltimore at.
I I ALL OF"ST. JOHN,
| J xq ay, MADISON AVENUE.
(SECOND DOOR ABOVE HOFFMAN ST.)
RECTOR:
BENJAMIN It. GRISWOLT), A. M.
This is H Protestant Episcopal School for a limited num
ber of Roys. French Classes under M. PES POMMIERS.
Boys received from 10 to 14 years of age, and retained
until'carried to any degree of advancement desired. The
School re opens on MONDAY, September 6th.
Circulars at Mr. WATERS' BOOK STORE, and at the
Episcopal reading room. au7-dtf
rfiTTE COLLEGE OF ST. JAMES,
L MARYLAND.—The next ANNUAL SESSION begins
( n WEDNESDAY, September 29th. Punctual attendance
on that day is requested. Applicants can enter any class
in the Preparatory School, or in the College, for which
upon examination they are found qualified. COMMER
CIAL STUDIES pursued by those whose parents desire it.
Ample accommodations are provided for one hundred and
twenty pupils.
Terms—Two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) for the
session, payable semi-annually in advance, covering all
expenses of Tuition and Boarding. For admission apply
to the Rev. Dr. KERFOOT, Rector, College St. James
Pogtoffice, Maryland. .iy*-'
tl >lctircs.
F EGA I, NOTICE.
U WM. SHEPARD BRYAN and JOSEPH T. ATKIN
SON have associated themselves together for the practice
of the Law in all its departments.
OFFICE—NO 36 ST. PAUL ST., BALTIMORE.
JOSEPH T. ATKINSON,
Commissioner fbr the Stages of Virginia, Pennsylvania,
New Jersey, Illinois, Indiana. Kentucky, Tennes
see, Ohio, Georgia and North Carolina.
WM. S. BRYAN,
Commissioner for the States of North and South Carolina.
0c27-eolm
HpHE CO-PARTNERSHIP BETW EEN
I. GILBERT CASSARD, Sr.. and THOMAS CASS A R 1)1
under the firm of G. CASSARD & SON, was DISSOLVED
on the 36th of November last by the decease of the senior
partner. The undersigned surviving partner continues
the business in the name of the old firm of G. CASSARD
& SON. n3-tr THOMAS CASSARD.
HPHE CO-PARTNERSHIP FORMER
JL LY existing between F. QUITZOW and J. McMUL
LEN, is this day dissolved. The business will be carried
on by F. QUITZOW.
Baltimore, Oct. 11th, 1858. oell-tf
ERU\' I A N GUANO OF DIRECT IM
PORTATION.
Owing to the misrepresentations of designing and un
scrupulous parties, we desire to inform farmers and
dealers, that we still have on hand a supply °i PERU VIA >
GUASOof Direct Importation into this market per ship
"Ocean Pearl."
And further, that we are the only house who have at
THIS TIME, and have had, during the entire season, an
ample supply of Guano of such description and superior
quality. * P. MALCOM & CO.,
Grain and Guano Warehouses,
0c25 tf Bowly's wharf.
M" ILNOR & CURTIS, ~~
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
GUANOS, FIELD SEEDS, etc.,
No. 83 LOMBARD STREET,
Baltimore.
Liberal advances made on consignment. oc6 tf
PERUVIAN GUANO.—The entire cargo
of the ship "Ocean Pearl," just landed, being the
strongest in ammonia, and the best in quality and condi
tion of any cargo offered in this market during the present
season; for sale by P. MALCOM & CO.,
oc7-tf 8 Wood st.. Bowly's wharf.
UANO.— No." 1 PERUVIAN AND
XCALIFORNIAN, and A. A. BROWN MEXICAN, for
Bale. N. E. BERRY,
9 4 tf No. 63 Pratt street.
C' I'A.VO! GUANO!
X PEBUVIAN. CALIFORNIA, COLUMBIAN,
WIIITF. MEXICAN and "AA" BROWN
MEXICAN GUANOES,
All of the best qualities. Also, BONE DUST. Beßurg's \
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and other Fertilizers,
(or sale in lots to suit, at the lowest marketplaces, by
WILLIAM ROBINSON,
Nos. 4 and 6 Hollingsworth street.
au23-tf near Pratt street wharf. ,
UAINO ! GUANO!—-200 tons "Brown
VX.Vlexican" GUANO, analysing 65 per cent hone phos
phate of lime, for sale by WM. F. MURDOCH,
au2f 5 O'Donnell's wharf.
riiHF. MOUNT VERNON CO., have on
JL hand and are constantly manufacturing—
FELTING, FOR PAPER MAKERS.
AISQ.
DUCK, FOR TRUNK MAKERS.
OFFICE—LOMBARD STREET,
oc2B-2m corner of Franklin Lane.
K~ ENSEY JOHNS & CO.
(Successors to DCER & JOHNS.)
Manufacturers of the
SILVER SPRING
FAMILY, EXTRA AND SUPER FLOUR.
ALSO KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HIND
The Patapsco Brand, and the best grades of Howard Street
and City Mills, Extra and Super, and Rye Flour.
Nos. 22 and 24 COMMERCE STREET.
0n27-tf BALTIMORE, MD.
\ LL WOOL REPTS.
_r3L CRIMSON,
MAROON.
GREF.N,
BLUE,
and DRAB,
WILLIAM HOLLAND,
ocb-8m No. 72 North Howard st., Baltimore.
GENTLEMEN'S
fll FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE
* v*L ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 334 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR EDTAW,
Baltimore, Md.
R. ROBERTS, AG't.
All goods purchased at this establishment are of supe
rior workmanship, and the best materials. SB-ly
OTAVES AND LUMBER.
O STAVES OF ALL SIZES, up to 62 inch larges
Pipe, on hand, and Bills of Lumber of WHITE OAK, in
eluding SHIP TIMBER and PINE, HICKORY and WAL
NUT, cut to any dimensions ordered.
Apply to GEORGE A. WILLIAMS,
Dugan'S Building,
Je3-tf or Camden Station.
NNO (SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
X MERCHANTS.
SCHAEFFER & I.ONEY,
NO. 3 HA NO VER ST REE T, B ALT.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
HARDWARE, CUTLERY AND GUNS.
Importing our foreign goods direct, and obtaining our
American Hardware from the best manufacturers for cash,
we offer to country merchants a stock, which, in quality
and price, will compare favorably with similar stocks in
any of the Atlantic cities. An examination is soli
cited. jyl9*tf
JT&A PARLOR AND" HALL STOVES
LjjpJtl FOR WOOD OR COAL.—The largest and most
•1255 beautiful assortment in this market can be found
at ROB BINS & CO.,
46 and 48 Light Street,
corner of Balderston,
sSO-tf below Lombard street (west side*.
5L7 "REMOVAL!
JHWL DR. GEORGE E. DONALDSON,
-MlY\* (M U.C.V.S., London.)
YE TERIN ARV SUR GE ON,
Has removed to
FAYETTB ST., BETWEEN NORTH AND CALVERT.
THE DISEASES OF HORSES and all other domesticated
animals, receive prompt attention and scientific treatment.
His celebrated OINTMENT for Spavins, Splints, Ring
bones. and all bony enlargements; Curbs, Distemper,
Chronic Cough, &c., &c., and Veterinary Medicines of
every description, warranted genuine and properly pre
pared, can at all times be had at his office; or forwarded to
any part of the country on receipt of cash.
N. B.—DR. DONALDSON can also be consulted by let
ter, enclosing one dollar, upon all diseases connected with
his prof ession, when the proper mode of treatment and the
projter medicine to that amount will be immediately for
warded. State the symptoms clearly and carefully, and
how the medicine ia to be sent—as Liquids cannot be
transmitted through the PosL * au2o-tf
CALIFORNIA AND FRASEJL
ißlliJKiMlifa Persons desiring Tickets for CALIFOR
NIA AND FRASER RIVER, 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.
W" A. & F. M ARB CROC
A IMPORTERS, AND
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 48 WEST LOMBARD ST.
We invite the attention of the trade to our large and
well assorted stock of German and Domestic CIGARS,
which our superior facilities enable us to sell at the lowest
figures. Large contracts made by us in Germany during
the dull times permit us to hold out extra inducements at
present, and the trade will find it their interest to exam
ne our stock before purchasing elsewhere. slB-tf
J>HAKUIS' SPOR TI N G
WAREHOUSE.
sdl&Y&if. X MA SEE AND IMPORTER OP
II V GUNS, RIFLES AND PISTOLS,
113 WEST PRATT STREET, NEAR SOUTH.
The attention of the sporting public is called JO the
stock of goods offered for sale at NO. 116 Pratt street, a re
cent importation, and warranted unsurpassed in the city.
A general assortment of
SINGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL GUNS,
COLT'S REPEATING,
AND ALIENS AND WARNER S REVOLVERS,
together with every article appertaining to the business.
STOCKING and REPAIRING done with neatness and
dispatch. ocll 3in WM. HARRIS.
DYE WOODS, DYE STUFFS, DRY
SALTERIES.
3,000 bbls. Chipped and ground DYE WOODS;
20 casks Madder, free from sand;
100 " Bleaching Powders, high test:
100 " Soda Ash
200 casks and bbls. GLUE. Irish and American.
Acids, all kinds, jilond. Cochineal,
Alum, lump and ground, (Lac Dye,
Bark, Pot and Pearl Ashes,
J3l. Crom. Pot Ash, Pruss. Pot Ash,
Bine Vitro!, Pumice Stone,
Borax. Paris White,
China Clay, Roll Brimstone,
Copperas, - Red Tartar,
Cream Tartar, Red Lead,
Cudbear, Sugar of Lead,
Cutch, Sicily Sumac,
Emery, Sal-Soda.
Extract Logwood, .Sand Crucibles,
Gum Shellac, Terra Japonica,
Indigo Caraccas, Verdigris,
" Bengal, c Whiting, kc., kc..
For sale by R. J. BAKER,
ocl2-lm 36 South Charles street.
JM O R 111 S W A MPLER,
. CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER,
MECHANICAL DRAWINGS.
BALTIMORE PATENT AGENCY
DESIGN'S. Si'ECIFICATIONS, AND CONTRACTS
For Cottages and other Buildings.
FARMS, LOTS AND CEMETERIES
SURVEYED, LAID OFF. AND MAPPED.
OFFICE N. E. COR. BAUTIMORE AND GAI STREETS,
(Up stairs.)
REFERENCES.
Prof. A P.Bache, Su.U.S.C.S Thos. Winans, Esq.,
J. H. B. Latrobe, Esq., Wm. G. Harrison, Esq.,
JC Neilaon, Esq., Arch't. Jno. S. Brown, Esq.,
Goy. J. J. Stevens, Dr. R. S. Stewart,
Gen. Geo H. Steuart, Dr. A. C. Robinson,
Robt. C. Wright, Esq., Dr. J. G. Morris,
ocll tf
All E Z 0. FKA TT .
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, ke.
COMMISSIONER TO TAKE THE PROOF AND AC
KNOWLEBGMENT OF DEEDS, DEPOSITIONS, POW
ERS OF ATTORNEY or other instruments in writing, for
the States of
New York, Mississippi, lowa,
Virginia, Arkansas, Wisconsin,
Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Michigan,
North Carolina, Kentucky Connecticut,
South Carolina, Ohio, ' New Hampshire,
Georgia, Indiana, Maine,
Alabama, Illinois, Minnessota terri
Louisiana, Missouri, tory,
' . California, Florida.
Office corner of BALTIMOREand CHARLES STREETS,
entrance on South Charles street. mr 6-tf
PAI EJNI BALANCE.—One large Patent
Balance with dish, can hooka, ke., for sale low by
_ GEO. t. HARRISON,
un ' w • O'Donnell'i What
gankfrs an& probers.
SAMUEL HARRIS & SONS,
BANKERS, STOCK, EXCHANGE AND
NOTE BROKERS,
No. 198 BALTIMORE STREET,
COLLECT on all accessible points in the United States
and Canadas, promptly and on favorable terms.
BUY and SELL CHECKS and UNCURRENT BANK
NOTES, at low rates.
NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER and STOCK LOANS, and
buy and sell on Commission STOCKS and SECURITIES
n this and other markets.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS in Bankable or Uncurrent Funds
and transact the Banking and Exchange Business in every
department. mh4-dly
SH'AKRIS, JR.,
, BASEMENT CHESAPEAKE BANK,
NORTH STREET.
Buys and sells all the stocks and other securities of this
an<l other markets on commission. sell tf
TfMIO.M AS W. HALL,
X STOCK AND BILL BROKER,
NO. 2 FRANKLIN BUILDING, NORTH STREET,
Buys and sells on commission, the STOCKS and SF.CURI
TIES of this and other markets; Negotiates Votes
Loan - . &c., Ac. Jyl4 3m
MCKIM & CO.,
BANKERS, BROKERS,
AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
COR. BALTIMORE AND ST. PAUL STS.,
Purchase and sell FOREIGN and DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.
negotiate Loans and Business Paper, purchase and sell
Stocks and Securities. Make Collections on all prominent
points in the United States and Canada, make advances on
, Stork and other Collaterals, receive deposits, and transact
Banking Business generally my2B-6m
TSRAEL COHKN,
I STOCK, BILL AND NOTE BROKER,
No. 5 NORTH STREET.
Buys and sells on commission all the Securities of this
and other markets; negotiates Notes, Loans, Ac. (my4-tf
; JOHN S GITTIXGS. BRNJ. H. WILLIAMS
TOHN S. GITTINGS & CO.,
♦ I BANKERS ANI) STOCK BROKERS,
CORNER SOUTH AND SECOND STREETS,
Buy and sell on commission Stocks and Securities of this
| and other markets.
ADVANCES made on Stocks, Notes and other Collat
erals; negotiate Time Paper and Stock Loans,
i INTEREST allowed on deposits, and Banking busines
transacted generally. ap9-tf
URVIS & CO.,
BANKERS;
NO. 208 BALTIMORE STREET,
Buy anil sell all kinds of ITJTCURRENTl T JTCURRENT MONEY. TP.EAS-
I URY NOTES, SIGHT anil TIME DRAFTS, make COLLEC
TIONS on all parts of the United States, and transact all
other busines. pertaining to Private Banking ou very lib
eral terms. m2-eotf
J\/F ARTIN LEWIS,
ivi. BILL, NOTE, AND STOCK BROKER,
NO. 6. SOUTH STREET. UP STAIRS.
GIVES HIS SPECIAL AND INDIVIDUAL ATTEN
TION, to the negotiation of
MERCANTILE PAPER,
EFFECTS LOANS
ON STOCKS AND BONDS,
AND BUYS AND SELLS THE rUBLIC
SECURITIES,
OF THIS AND OTHER MARKETS.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE, on any first class
j Securities left with him for sale. mr9-tf
PH. SULLIVAN,—
. STOCK AND BILL BROKER,
BUYS AND SELLS ON COMMISSION ALL THE SE
CURITIES OF TniS AND OTHER MARKETS,
AND
NEGOTIATES BILLS, NOTES AND LOANS.
OFFICE, 24 SECOND STREET,
mrl7-tf ( Corner of TripoleVs alley.)
J?tccfis, £vtjpge, £f.
ORANGE iV ALEXANDRIA RAIL
Road Bonds, interest payable in New York, for sale
I by JOHN S. GITTINGS & CO. n4-tf
CATTY STOCK OF 1873 AND -18b4)—
J Wanted by P. 11. SULLIVAN, No. 24 Second street.
n4-tf
ROUND RENT FOR $-25,000, well se-
JTcured and desirably located, for sale by P. H SUL
| LIVAN, No. 24 Second st. n4-tf
BA NK OF 11AL'l'IiMORE STOCK, lor
rale by P. 11. SULLIVAN, No. 24 Second st. n4 tf
TOCK ORDERS EXECUTED BY
SAM. HARRIS .v S"N, 196 Baltimore street. n4 tf
y — iRGINIAT FUNDS WANTED BY
SAM. HAKKIS S<)X. 196 Baltimoiv st. ii 4tf
BANK OF BALTIMORE STOl'K—For
sale by ISRAEL COHEN, No. 5 North st. n4 3t
M~ ECHANICS' BANK STOCK, wanted
by ISRAEL COHEN. n4-3t_
B ALTO, & OHIO R. R. BONDS OF
1867, 1875 and 18S5, wanted by ISRAEL
COHEN. n4:>.t
MERCHANTS' BANK STOCK wanted
by SAMUEL HARRIS, JI N., basement Chesapeake
Bank. 0027 tf
IjMREMENS' INSURANCE CO'. STOCK
wanted by SAMUEL HARRIS, JUN., basement
Chesapeake Bank. 0027 tf
MARINE BANK STOCK, LOR >ai.- by
JOHN S GITTINGS & CO oclfLtf
B ANK OF BALTIMORE STOCK,wanted
by JOHN S. GITTINGS & CO. ocl tf
yLRGINIA, MISSOURI AND TENNES
SEE BONDS, for sale by JOHN S . GITTINGS &
j CO. ocl9-tf
BALTIMORE ANI) OHIO RAILROAD
BONDS, 1880,1875, and 1885, wanted by
si LL tf S. HARRIS, JR.
JpIENTRAL OHIO 11. 11. 2nd M oritur.-
Bondwanted by SAMUEL HARRIS, Jr., basement
Chesapeake Bank. ot-fi tf
ECHANIC'S BANK STOCK Wanted
by SAMUEL HARRIS, Jr., basement Chesapeake
Bank. oe4 tf
ASSOCIATEI R FIREMEN'S INSUR
ANCE COMPANY'S STOCK for sale by
SAM'L HARRIS, Ja
se!4-tf Basement Che apeavce Bank.
STERLING EXCHANGE.
IO Ror sale by KNOX & CO.,
aulß tf 9 Grocer Exchange.
NEW YORK EXCHANGE wanted by
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
je23-tf 58 Buchanan's Wharf.
DOUBLOONS.
128 PATRIOT DOUBLOONS, for sale by
I je2-tf JAS. CORNER & SONS.
I -EXCHANGE ON WELLS. FARGO &
_J CO., San Francisco, Cal., and on P. C. BOMBALIER
k CO., Havana, in sums to suit, for sale by
PEN D ERG AST BROS.,
aplO-tf 77 Smith's Wharf, up stairs.
MARYLAND STATE STOCK, TON AND
90's wanted by JOHN S. GITTINGS & CO., corner
' South and Second streets. mr'2o-tf.
petals, jarhtoart, fct.
KEYSEIt, TROXEuTTctL
I R O N, WAREHOUSE.
No. 19 SOUTH CAUVURT ST.
TMPORTERS of all descriptions of IRON
JL and STEEL. Have constantly on hand a complete as
sortment of
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH IRON
Manufacturers of
RAIL ROAD SPIKES AND CHAIRS.
Agents of the
j VIADUCT AND LAUREL BOILER IRON WORKS,
ELK SHEET IRON MILL, BRISTOL FORGE.
Also, agents for the best Pennsylvania and Maryland
ANTHRACITE aud CHARCOAL PIG IRON FURNACES.
feb22-tf.
JJUGAN & JENKINS,
COMMISSION IT ARD WA RE MER CFIA NTS
NO. 21 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
Are Agents for the following Manufactories:
THOMAS TURTON & SONS, CAST AND SHEAR STEEL.
WILLIAM GREAVES & SONS, FILES. RASPS, &O.
WALES FRENCH, AUGERS, AUGER BITTS, &C.
| J. G. HOVKY, BORING MACHINES.
A. RANDALL, TACKS, FINISHING NAILS, kc.
PROVIDENCE TOOL COMPANY, NUTS, WASHERS AND
AMERICAN* 5 ' BUTT COMPANY, BUTT HINOES, SAD
IRONS, kc.
CHARLES H. KELLOGG, CURRV COMBS, SCALES, kc.
HALL, ELTON & CO.. PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS. I
SCOVILL MANUFACTURING CO , SHEET BRASS AND !
BRASS BUTTS.
DAVID SNYDER, SHOVELS AND SPADES.
BRISTOL HARDWARE COMPANY, BRASS CANDLE- J
STICKS.
DUNLOP & MADEIRAS. AXES. HATCHETS, kc. jylO-tf j
M KEITH, JR., & SON. ~~
• MANUFACTURER'S AGENTS,
NO. 23 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
Offer for sale at lowest rates—
Jared Pratt & Son 9' Cut Nails, all sizes;
Z. Keith, Jr., k Co.'s Tacks, Shoe and Finishing Nails; :
Naylor k Co.'s Cast and Shear Steel;
Ames' A: Rowland's Shovels and Spades;
Kimball's Patent Shovels and Spades;
Shebie, Lawscn & Fisher's Forks;
American Butt Co.'6 Hinges and Sad Irons;
Burden's Patent Horse Shoes;
King's American Clinch Nails;
Douglas' Pumps and Rams.
Fenn's Superior Axes;
Hollow ware, Castings and Cart Boxes;
Hoop and Sheet Iron, Tea Kettles;
Coal Hods. Ash Snoveis, Fire Carriers;
Axle Pullies, Faucets, Strap and T Hinges;
Ax Handles, Saw Frames, Shoe Knives;
Coffee Mills, &c., &c.,&c. ocl-tf |
VIVIAN & SONS' LONDON SHEATH
ING METAL FOR SHIPS.
The subscriber has received the Agency of this celebrated
English Sheathing Metal, and has now in hand, and will ;
keep a supply of all sizes.
LAMBEPT GITTINGS,
ap24 tf f(T] 58 Buchanan's Wharf. i
HI S S &. c O L E ,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
HARDWARE,
Nos. 27 and 29 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
' Baltimore.
E" L. PARKE R &. C 0.,
• IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN METALS
SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
between PRATT and CAMDEN STREETS.
OFFER FOR SALE :
TIN PLATE, of every description.
TERNE PLATE for roofing.
ENGLISH SHEET IRON, Nos. 10 to 27
AMERICAN " " " 14 to 27.
GALVANIZED" " " 18 to 28.
RUSSIA " " " 9to 16.
IRON WIRE, TINNED WIRE," oto 35.
SHEET ZINC, SPELTER.
PIG and BAR LEAD.
: BANCA TIN, in Pigs and Bars.
I LEAD PIPE and SHEET LEAD.
HOOP IRON, X in. to 2)4 in.
; TINMEN'S TOOLS and MACHINES.
BRASS KETTLES, COPPER BOTTOMS, RIVETS,
1 KETTLE EARS, kc.. kc. fe22tf.
I © ~ BENJ. WASKEY'S
i FPL EXTENSIVE
'1 1 FURNITURE AND CHAIR WARF.ROOMS,
No. 3 N. GAY ST.,
~ and Xo. 45 Smith street, Baltimore,
Has on hand, and constantly manufacturing, every de
scription of I hairs, Bedsteads. Tables, Bureaus. Side
hoards. Sofas, Tete a-Tetes, Lounges, Cribs. Settees. Wash
and M ork Stands, Cradles, Feathers, Feather Beds, Bed
dmg, Hair, Cotton and Husk Mattresses, wholesale and re
tail, at prices that must give satisfaction
I respectfully solicit your favors.
Vessels and Steamboats furnished with Mattresses Bed
ding, kc., at the lowest prices. Captains of vessel's and
others will find it to their advantage to buy of me us thev
may rely on having their Goods packed wii.li c,. re for ship
ping.
Don't forget the numbers, 45 South street, Red Posts in
: front, and No. 3 N. Gay street. oc2l-t
SS] W. ROBERTS 7 ,
f§Ll BOOT MAKER,
""IW No. 95 LOMBARD ST., BALTIMORE.
Every description of Boots and Shoes made to order.—
Opera Boots, Cork Soled Boots, Gaiters, and all other
kinds of work known in the trade, fully equal to any
hing made in this city or elsewhere, wholesale and re
"• _________ sll-iv
LITTJEFIELD'S RAILWAY
! JM| COAL BURNER, or ILLUMINATING GAS
BURNER, five sizes, for Parlors, Halls, Sitting
Rooms or Warehouse. This STOVE is guaranteed to be
the most ECONOMICAL, the BEST HEATING, and the
I most brilliantly illuminated STOVE in the market. Call
and see them at ROBBINS & CO.'S,
46 and 48 Light street,
corner of Balderston street,
below Lombard (west side).
BUCKWHEAT MEAL. Choice Family
and Extra Flour at Manufacturers prices, H. W. DUN
' CAN, S. E. corner Fayette and Pine streets. ocl6-tf
FLOUR. —Select brands of Flour for Bakers'
and Family use, by dray load or single barrel de
livered free; Corn Meal, Buckwheat Meal, Prime Timothy
Hy and feed of all kinds, for sale by SAM'L A. HOUSE
286 W. Pratt doors East of Howard, 025-tf '
§ooks anli Stationery |
MURPHY &. co.,— booksei LERS.
PUBL IS HERS, PRINTERS,
AND
STATIONERS.
MARBLE BUILDING, 182 BALTIMORE ST.
s7-tf BALTIMORE.
BOOKS ANLFSTATIONERY
CUSHINGS & BAILEY,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
262 BALTIMORE STREET.
Offer fcr sale at low prices the largest and most complete
assortment of
LAW, MEDICAL, CLASSICAL
AND
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY,
be found in the city.
They respectfully invite an examination of their Stock.
Orders attended to promptly. fe22 tf.
BLANK "Book,"PAPEII" AND
STATIONERY WAREHOUSE,
SAMUEL E TURNER.
No. 3 SOUTH CHARLES STREET
HAS ON HAND A VERY SUPERIOR
assortment of PAPER, STATIONERY and BLANK
ACCOUNT BOOKS. Among his stock will lie found !
! WRITING and LETTER PAPERS, both domestic and I
foreign, of all the most approved manufacturers.
NOTE PAPERS—RuIed and Plain, in very great va
j rietv.
I ENVELOPES of all kinds.
STATIONERY of every description, for office and private :
1 use, viz:—STEEL PENS, PEN HOLDERS, SEALING i
; WAX, WAFERS, LEAD and SLATE PENCILS, INK- I
j STANDS, &c.,&c.
INK—Writing and Copying, of all the best makers, i
LETTER COPYING PRESSES, PORTFOLIOS, PORTE-
L MONNAIES, Ac., Ac.
Also, a large assortment of WRAPPING PAPER.
PLAYING CARDS, PRINTERS' do., Ac., Ac., all at low j
prices.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS will do well to call.
! ft-22-tf. 1
pittttto,
! C. W. FISIIK a. i. HL-NTXB.
T7HSHER & HUNTER,
I PRACTICAL PLUMBERS,
138 IFcsf Fayette Street, near Howard,
ROOFERS,
AND DEALERS IN
HOT AIR FURNACES, RANGES AND STOVES,
; ocl-tf] TIN A SHEET IRHN WORK TO ORDER.
PLUMBING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
— By JAMES FAY, No. 16 Sharp st., 2 doors south
1 of German St., Baltimore. Keeps constantly on hand an
I assortment of HYDRANTS, Lift and Force PUMPS,
Rains, WATER Closets, Lead Pipe. Sheet Lead, Zinc. WASH
BASINS and BATH FIXTURES qf every description,
put up it the shortest notice on the most improved princi
j pie. A!L JOB WORK punctually attended to ou the most
reasonable terms. S2B-ly
I FREDERICK BULL,
PRACTICAL HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER,
S. E. corner SARATOGA ANO PARK STREETS
Dealer in Forcing Pumps, Water Wheels, Hydrants,
Pen Stocks, File Plugs, Horse Power Pumps, Or
j namental Fountains, Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Water
Backs, Iron and Copper Boilers, Cooking Ranges, Ac.
j Flumbing in all its various branches. All orders will
| receive prompt and personal attention. All work war
| ranted. s3O-3m
(&is fitting. ~
(L}AS FITTING AND FIXTURES.
BLAHTA CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
GAS FIXTURES,
No. 366 W. BALTIMORE STREET
j N. B. GAS PIPE INTRODUCED by experienced workm J
j and warranted free from leaks.
RE GILDING, RE-BEONZINO, and SILVSRINO <}one atth I
j shortest notice. ap29 tfr |
GAS " F fx TO R EST
GAS FITTINGI
A large assortment of
j ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
GAS FIXTURES
i constantly on hand—to be sold cheap for cash at
JOHN RICHARDS,
No. 274 BALTIMORE STREET, I
Nearly opposite Hanover. I
GAS PIPES FITTED
into houses of every class by experienced workmen, and |
warranted free from leaks. 5.30-tf I
EST"j EVENS "
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS,
AND DEALERS IN
GAR FIXTURES ,
Of every Description,
No. 206 Baltimore Street,
! BALTIMORE
Gas Pipe? introduced intoo üblic and private buildings
in the best manner and on the most pleasing terms.
mrll-tf
Mors.
JACOB TABLKR,
MERCHANT TAILOR, AND
GENTLEMEN'S
FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, i
No. 9 NORTH EUTAW STREET,
OPPOSITE EDTAW HOUSE.
rie has on hand a choice stock of CLOTHS, CASSI- {
i! EKES, and VE3TINGS, which he is prepared to make !
up to order in the most fashionable style, and trusts that I
friends will favor him with a share of patronage.
JACOB TABLER,
-ate of the house of Shipley, Howard & Co., No. 303 Bal
timore street. sB-ly I
, JOHN R7REA & CO.,
♦J CLOTHIERS,
CORNER OF SOUTH AND PRATT STRERTS,
, Messrs. JOHN H. REA & CO., take pleasure in announ
cing to the public generally, that their stock of Clothing |
is much larger and more varied than ever before.
Having now on hand a splendid stock of CLOTHS, CAS- I
; SI MERES and VESTIXGS, which they will make up to j
i order in a style that cannot fail to please, both in price
I and manufacture.
FURNISHING GOODS.
Cravats, Scarfs. Ties, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Shirts,
and Gloves, in large variety.
Their stock of SERVANTS' .and OILEI) CLOTHING, is
I worthy the attention of Planters. ocl3 tf
Sell LOSS 11. BRO„ "
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 19 LIGHT STREET,
(Below the Fountain' Hotel,) Baltimore. 0
By beeping constantly on hand a full assortment of I
| CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTINOS, they are ena- !
! bled to furnish suits at prices that cannot fail to please.
Orders filled at the shortest notice apl3-tf j
pmosatu) fpaat. _
A [ 1 IM ° u E pIA N °
j I J[/ MANUFACTORY,
J. J. WISE & BROTHER,
No. 31 HANOVER STREET, j
Have on hand a very choice assortment of PIANO •
FORTES, which they offer on their usual favorable terms, j
and are manufactured in various styles and patterns; '
flitted with the much admired elastic touch, which is not j
in any other factory, as the proprietors hold a patent for j
the invention. Those in want of a good life-tiiqe F IANO i
• should not fail to give us A call.
Superior Instruments for hire. S3O-dly j
.
i MELODEONS, MUSIC, &c.
\l J y J J The subscriber has just received a further |
I supply of these unequalled PIANO FORTES. Persons !
] wishing a superior instrument in every particular, will do 1
| well to examine them before purchasing elsewhere.
! Some excellent second Pianos for sale low.
I. T. STODDARD,
I 525-tf No. 4 South Calvert street. |
UH AS. M. STIEFU, raanufac- i
turer of GRAND AND SQUARE PIANOS I
1/ TF If LI — large assortment at ]resent on hand — |
which, for volume of tone and durability, cannot be sur- j
passed. Will be sold at lower prices THAN any other estab-
lishment in the cit}'. No. 7 SOUTH LIBERTY STREET, '
j near German. BL-3m
ANOS RPLAXOS !"PIAINOS ! !
TtTI GOLD MEDALS
[I U y 11 1/ IN THREE SUCCESSIVE YEARS
at the Maryland Institute, besides first premiums at Fairs !
in Philadelphia, Washington and Richmond.
TESTIMONIALS OF EXCELLENCE
FROM
THALBERG,
STRAKOSCH,
and G. SATT ER . I
As also from some of the most eminent Professors and ama
teurs in the country. I
WM. KNAB F. & CO.,
X, 3, 5 and 7, NORTH EUTAW STREET,
and No. 207 BALTIMORE ST., i
between Charles and Light sts.,
would respectfully invite the attention of the public to i
; their well assorted stock of
j GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO-FORTES,
which, for beauty of finish, power, and sweetness of tone
: and elasticity of touch,have been, by judges, pronounced
unrivalled. Every Piano guarantied for five years, and a
' privilege of exchange granted at any time within six
months, if not entirely satisfactory.
Terms liberal. A call is respectfully solicited before
! purchasing elsewhere.
Pianos taken in exchange, hired, tuned and repaired.
au26-tf WM. KNABE & CO.
NUNN'S & CLARK'S
PIANO FORTES.
II J w J U The subscriber has just received a further
: supply of those superior and beautifully finished PIANO
i FORTES from the factory of NUNNS t CLARK. These
I instruments, in point of beautiful finish, exquisite tone
i and touch, are unsurpassed. Persons wanting truly a
first class PIANO, would do well tocall and examine these
instruments. Also, a variety of other new and second
hand PIANOS, PRINCE'S MELODEONS, PIANO
i STOOLS, &c.
tTN,Oid Pianos taken in exchange.
F. D. BENTEEN,
84 West Fayette street,
| aul4-tf 3d door West of Charles st.
WILLI AM GAEHLE To COT, I
ROM late Firm of Knabe, Gaehle &Co |
1/ U H J [/ MANUFACTURERS OF
GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO FORTES,
North-east corner of EUTAW AND FAYETTKSTS.,
Baltimore, Md.
B here may be seen PIANOS, which for elegance of finish,
■weetness of tone, combined with an agreeable touch, are
lecond to none in this couniry.
Terms and prices moderate, and every instrument war
ranted. Pianos hired, and Tuning attended to promptly.
ap6-tf '
PAPER HANGINGS
AND
VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTORY.
O. HERRING.
No. 80 BADTIMORE STREET, NEAR GAT,
; Has just received his fall stock of
FINE GOI.D
AND SATIN GLAZED PAPER,
from all the different manufactories. Also, UNGLAZED
PAPERS, rangiog from 12)4 to 25 cts. per piece, with a
| variety of
GILT AND VELVET BORDERS,
FIRE BOARD 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
I of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia, to put on paper,
! when travelling expenses are paid. ocl4-tf
! MAGEE'S PATENT VENTILA
TING STOt E and FURNACE. Eight sizes for
Warming and VENTILATING PARLORS, OF
FICES, HALLS. WAREHOUSES, SCHOOL HOUSES
tec., which for ECONOMY. PURITY OF AIR, and EASE
OF MANAGEMENT has no equal in this country. Manu
factured and for sale by BOBBINS & CO.,
! s3O-tf 46 and 48 I ight St., west side.
J~T)"HN~ RICHARDS"
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GAS CHANDELIERS,
PENDANTS, BRACKETS, &e.,
274 W. BALTIMORE STREET, (up stairs,)
Sole Agent for Kidder's Patent Gas Regulators.
Gas Pipe introduced by experienced workmen and war
ranted. s2O-tf
BEDFORD SPRING WATER. -We
have In store, fresh from the Springs, a lot of Bed
ford Water, in whole and half bbls. F. TJKRNAX &
SON, 12 N. Charles st. 23-tf
BREIDENBACFUS" LONDON SOAP?
CANFIEI.D BROTHER it CO.,
r 1 „ 229 BALTIMORE STREET
Have on hand Breidenbach'S genuine Lettuce, Campho.
Moss Rose, Violet, Old White Windsor, and Queen's Soap
Wholesale and retail. iyl3-t
- r R. COUPLAND, "
FASHIONABLE HATS, CAPS, &E
, _ No. 40 Baltimore Street.
Between FREDERICK and HARRISON STS.
: MR '''7 BALTIMORE.
\ PAGE'S
MARBLE WORKS,
MANTELS, MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
BUILDING WORK,
N. CALVERT STREET, REAR FRANKLIR,
' I yio-dly
A SPECULATION.— The Public are in
vited to call at my store to see the latest improve
ment in WASHING MACHINES— for which Patent Rights
for the States of Delaware, Maryland, and District of Co
' lumbia, are for sale.
■ ALFRED H. REIP,
auM-tf Mo. 837 Baltimore st.
THE DATLY EXCHANGE, NOVEMBER -5, 1858.
(M.
0 M. KRAUSER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN ANTHRACITE COAL,
From the very best mines in Pennsylvania.
YARD —North street, opposite N. C. R. R. Depot.
OFFICE— 3IX South street.
240 lbs. to the ton. given in all cases. 522 tf
CHARLES GILMOR & (ML,
DEALERS IN
ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COALS.
Office, No. 23 Law Buildings.
We have now on hand and are constantly receiving AN
THRACITE COAL from the best mines, for furnace and
cooking purposes, which we will sell at tlie lowest rates.
Our stock embraces—
BLACK DIAMOND, .SHORT MOUNTAIN,
LOCUST GA P, TRF.VORTON,
COAL MOUNTAIN, 'LEHIGH,
I.YKENS VALLEY, .BROAD MOUNTAIN,
LOR BERRY, JCUMBERLAND COAL.
We have on hand and will be constantly receiving,
"Gray's superior White Ash COAL, from the region of the
Bait. Co's. Mines, and which we warrant equal to the Bait.
Co's. Coal, or any other in market, in every respt-ct. The j
best quality of Coal for Furnace $5.25 per ton of 2,240 lbs. j
Cooking Coal at $5 pwr ton of 2.240 lbs. Cumberland Coal 1
for sale by the car load, cargo or single ton, at lowest ;
rates. Orders through the PO. attended to. aul6 '
riOAI. !
COAL!
COAL!
COAL AT FIVE DOLLARS PER T0N—2,240 pounds. T
Superior quality of White, Red, and Grey Ash COAL.
Delivered free of charge in any part of the city, at
$5 per t0n—2,240 pounds.
JOHN O. McCULLOUGII,
Coal and Wood Dealer.
Office—N W. corner Pratt and Frei lont streets.
44 N. W. comer Park and Fayette streets.
Wharf—foot Eut&w street.
KINDLING WOOD I
KINDLING WOOD!
I am now preparing on mv wharf, by steam power, .
SAWED AND SPLIT OAK AND PINE WOOD, which I !
will sell and deliver free of charge at TEN PER CENT,
less than any dealer in the city.
JOHN G. MoCUI.LOUGH,
Office—Pratt and Fremont streets.
" Park and Fayette streets.
WOOD! WOO ERR
v v OAK AND PINE WOOD without being sawed
and split, for sale at prices a3 low as can be purchased at
Light street, or other wharves in the city.
JOHN G. McCULLOUGH.
Office—Pratt and Fremont streets.
_ u Park and Fayette ftreets, aulO-tf
CUMBERLAND COAL.
By cargo or car-load, at the lowest market price, bv
STEPHEN S. LEE, * |
ANLO A 50 South Gay st.
COAL AGENCY. —The under
signed having been appointed AGENT for the sale of '
the "BOSTON COAL COMPANY'S" COAL, is now pre- |
pared to offer this superior COAL in such quantities as
may be desired, at the reduced price of FIVE DOLLARS :
PER TON of 2,249 lbs., delivered in any pjrt of the city, i
The Mine is situated in Wyoming Valley, near Wilkes
barre, Pa. The COAL is "PURE WHITE ASH." burning
thoroughly, and leaving nothing but ashes. It has been
tested by many of our most reliable citizens ami manu
facturers, who ALL testify that it is the best COAL they
have ever burned.
It is guaranteed to be free from bone and Slate or any
other impurities, and to give entire satisfaction to the pur
chaser.
As I shall sell no other Anthracite Coal, than that from
the "BOSTON COAL CO.'S" Mine, purchasers will run no risk i
of getting an inferior or mixed Coal.
I am also prepared to offer all the varieties of CUMBER- j
LAND and other BITUMINOUS COALS, at the lowest |
market prices, either by cargo or single ton, ami respect
fully solicit orders, which shall be attended to promptly i
and carefully. THOS. R. BASSFORD, 1
au7-3mos No. South street. i
COAJj ! COALiroOALTTr"
EDWARD A. ROBINS,
WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
ANTHRACITE AND CUMBERLAND COAL,
OFFICE, No. 7 SUN IRON BUILDING,
BALTIMORE.
YARD—CORNER EDEN AND LOMBARD STS.
All orders left at our Office will be promptly attend
ed to. _ au3-tf
/I O A L.
V.y CUMBERLAND COAL of the best quality, from the J
American Company's and other mines in the George's
Creek Valley, constantly for sale by the cargo or car load. ;
STICKNEY k CO.,
ap24-tf Exchange Place.
CHAS. FORSTXR, JR. WM. B. SLACK*
COAL
FORSTER & SLACK,
SHIPPERS AND DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COAL
have in yard and are prepared to deliver in good order,
LUMP LEHIGH for Cupolas and Foundry purposes.
Baltimore Company, Sunbury, Locust Gap and Lurberry
White Ash, Lyken's Valley and Short Mountain Red Ash,
for familyuse. Cumberland Coal for manufacturing and do !
mestic purposes. UPPER YARD,—Howard Street, oppo- I
site Centre. LOWER YARD, —Corner Albemarle and Alice j
Anna Slreot* feb22 tf.
Sfltof Mart Jttoelri, ~ W,
SAMUEL KIRK & SON,
GOLD AND SILVERSMITHS,
172 BALTIMORE STREET,
Would invite the attention of purchasers to theirehoice
selection of
ARTICLES FOR PRESENTS,
Embracing SILVER SPOONS,of every variety; SILVER
WAITERS; PITCHERS; SILVER "'TEA AND DIN
XER SETS; SALT CELLARS; BUTTER COOL
ERS; with a great variety of small SILVER
ARTICLES, of beautiful workmanship.
FULL SETS OF JEWELRY,
SUPERIOR GOLD WATCHES AND
CHATELAINES, DIAMOND RINGS. CORAL SETS,
sSO-tfr PLATED WARE. CUTLERY. &e.
WATCHES! WATCHES! WATCHES!
THE LONDON AVATCH & JEWKI.RY STORE,
159 Baltimore Street.
Is the best place in the city to buy a good reliable WATCII
or piece of jewelry, or to have a fine Watch repaired.— ,
Watches that never went accurately before have been pro
nounced time-keepers, after passing through ALEX AN ;
DER'S hands. J. ALEXANDER,
formerly of JAM. FRENCH,
aul4-tf Royal Exchange, London.
I® C. CANFIKLD. W. B. CA.NFISLD. J. U. MKBEDITII, '
CANFIELD, BROTHER & CO., :
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS
AND DEALERS IN
WATCHES, FINE JEWELRY',
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
MILITARY' AND FANCY GOODS,
DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONES !
229 BALTIMORE STREET,
mr26-tf Baltimore. j
GIEO W. WEBB,
I GOLDSMITH AND JEWELLER
S. E. corner of Baltimore and Charles streets.
IMPORTER AND DF.ALER IN
FINE WATCHES, RICH JEWELRY,
SILVER ANjP £LAT2D WARE
A K J
FIJfE FANCY ARTICLES.
K?" Every attention paid to the repair and manufacture
of Jewelry. Fine watches repaired by experienced work
men. mr!3 tf
£lrn (gflcH
RICH FALL DRY GOODS.
LATE IMPORTATIONS. ■
Embracing all the new and rich designs in
SILKS, POPPLINS, CASHMERES
HE LAINKS. MERINOES.
and every description c( DRE&S GOODS, both in ROBES ,
and DHESH PATTERNS
EMBROIDERIES—a very large stock at low prices.
SHAWLS, CLOAKS and MANTILLAS—the largest as- '
sortment to be found, and at the lowest prices.
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, LINENS, kv a very full j
stock.
HEAVY DOMESTIC GOODS,
BLANKETS, KERSEYS,
LINSEYS, &c., &c. I
SOMETHING NEW.
THE NEEDLE NO LONGER WANTED!
We have received from the manufacturers, a large in- j
voice of SEAMLESS GARMENTS, such as Heavy Box
COATS, Heavy JACKETS, suitable for Farm Hands. Al
so, Fine OVERCOATS, LEGGINS, OVERSHOES, kc.—
Also, Ladies' GAITERS, which we can sell at less prices j
than charged for making up such garments. Call and see !
them at STEPHEN L. BIRD k CO.,
ocl9-tf 69 Baltimore St., 6 doors west of Gay st.
NEW FALL WINTFYII GOODS.
AMOS LOVEJOY k CO.,
Has just received at the New Store,
No. 195 BALTIMORE STREET,
second door below Messrs. H. Easter k Co.,
a full assortment of
HOSIERY, GLOVES,
UNDER-SHIRTS,
DRAWERS, kc., i
comprising in part of Real Shaker Knit Shirts, Drawers j
and half Hose; Heavy Silk Shirts and Drawers; Scotch '
Wool, do. do., plain and ribbed; superior Merino Shirts ;
and Drawers, for Ladies, Gents, Misses and Boys; Hosiery
and Gloves in the greatest variety; Ladies' Gauntlets and \
Undersleeves; Ladies and Misses Gaiters; Woollen Shawls, j
Nubies, Capes and Hoods; Woollen Yarns, Wool Wadding,
Worsteds, Tidy Cottons, Woollen Over-.Tackets; Knit %
Hose, best quality; Needles,Pins,Tapes,Spool Cotton, Se
wing Silks, Boston Wadding, &c., kc., Wholesale and re
tail, at the lowest market prices., No. lUS Baltimore St.,
between Charles and Light sts.
N. B.—AMOS LOVEJOY has had no interest or connec
tion w(th the old store, No. 123 Baltimore street, since last
February, having sold the entire stock to Mr. Haig, at j
that time. ocs tf j
PJOTOPPB!!.
DAVIS,
. AMBROTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPH
GALLER Y.
No. 121 BALTIMORE STREET,
aul6-6m three floors above South. Baltimore.
READ!
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
GEO. W. ARNOLD, BAKER, corner of FAYETTE and
PARK STREETS, having DISSOLVED ALL CONNEC
TION as Superintendent of the Mechanical Bakery of this
city, informs his friends and customers that he has fully
resumed his long established business at the OLD STAND,
and will hereafter give his undivided personal supervision
to the baking of the very best bread from the best flour.—
Rye and Dyspepsia Bread, French and Albany Rolls,
Cukes, Pies, kc., kc.; every morning and evening fresh
articles can be had, He confidently hopes that the former
quality of his Bread, Rolls, &c., will ensure to his present
exrtious the increased support and patronage of his nu
meerous friends and long tried customers. Fresh Malt
Yeast every day. GEO. W. ARNOLD'S Bakery,
Corner of Fayette and Park streets,
jyio dly. Baltimore.
SAMUEL A. HOUSE,
(Late of Ehrman & nouse,)
FLOUR AND
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND DgALTR IN
CORN MEAL, GRAIN, MILL FEED, BALED HAY, &o
\ T o. 286 W. PRATT STREET,
Two doors East of Howard,
The store recently occupied by Willis & Co ,) Baltimore
REFERENCES:
MESSRS. NEWCOMER & STONEBRAKER.
" C. D. HINKS & Co.
j CHAENCY BROOKS, ESQ., Pres't Bait. &O.R. R Co.
j CHAS. R. COLEMAN, Cash. Mech's Bank,
j MESSRS. JAS. HOOPER i: SONS.
1 PAT'k GIBSON, ESQ.. Bank of Baltimore.
I JOHN E. WILLIS. ESQ. s2l-6m
HTL. MCAVOY &~CO.,
• STOVE, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE
i MANUPACTCRERH,
NO. 14 LIGHT STREET, OI'P. FOUNTAIN HOTEL.
Depot for the sale of the
WM. PENN AND NOBLE COOK STOVES.
Also, sole agents for BOYNTON'S
SELF-CLEARINO VENTILATING
WARM AIR FURNACES,
; For Heating Public and Private Buildings, Churches
[ Halls, kc.
MORNING STAR COOKING RANGES,
AND
HOT AIR PARLOR STOVES.
Plumbing in all its branches promptly attended to.
I 524-dly
PACA MILLS.
GEO. W. WAIT k SON, Proprietors,
WAREHOUSE 72 SOUTH STREET,
Hare now ready fresh stocks of their goods, in every
i variety of package, including
MUSTARD, in wood, tin and glass;
| PURE GROUND SPICES, all kinds, in wood, tin and
glass;
; TABLE SALT, in bags and boxes;
RICE FLOUR, CURRIE, kc., kc..
ALSO,
300 bags PEPPER;
200 " PIMENTO;
1,000 mats CASSIA;
3,000 lbs. NUTMEGS;
1,000 lbs; MACE;
i CLOVES in bales; GINGER in bags and barrels; AFRI
. CAN BIRD PEPPERS,etc.
' Agents also for the sale of Preston's Boston CHOCO
ATES and COCOA PREPARATIONS, at the lowest
O' PERA GLASSES.
CANFIELD, BROTHER k CO.,
229 BALTIMORE STREET.
Have Just received from Paris an invoice of very supe
rior OPERA GLASSES, in Pearl, Shell, Ivory, Leather,
Enameled and Japaned cases, for sale wholesale and re
toil. 0c27-tf
Insurant* Empties.
eMOALE'S INSURANCE AGENCY.
Av COMMERCIAL BUILDINUS, GAV Sr.
GEO. B. COALE,
is the Licensed Agent, with full powers, for tlie
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, i
Cash Capital, $500,000; Surplus, $137,056.
IIOME INSURANCE COMPANY N - Ew y orK
Cash Capital. $600,000-, Surplus, $377,329.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO.. HARTFORD
Cash Capital, $300,000.
FIRE, MARIN E or LIKE INSURANCE POLICIES ob
tained to any amount iu Companies of tlie very best stand
mg, and at the most reasonable rates.
pmfl>'fi r vpr' U liTe"1 iTe " °" a " matters relating to
ments of losf,' Ac?, Ac. ° f a " plicatiou < sUm "
iw"° R1 *M SKS on Merchandise taken, with return of i
Premium, for mouths not used.
GEORGE B. COALE, Agent.
MARINE INSURANCE.
MERCHANTS' MUTUAL INS. CO., OF BALTIMORE
GEO. B. COALE. Sec'y. WM. GRAHAM, i'res't.
oc - -i lf Of'FICI—COMMERCIAL BUILDING®.
XPIREMEN S INSURANCE COML'A'W 1
1 —OFFICE ON THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF '
SOUTH AND SEOONIA STREETS,
T R l ,}°* A or damage by FT RE on ALL DE- I
S. ORII TIT.TNB 04 PROPERTY within the limits of the 1
city. JOHN REESE, PRESIDENT.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS!
John 11. Ehlen, James S. Suter,
Augustus J. Albert, Samuel Hart,
Charles M. Keyser, Hugh Bolton,
C. A. hchaefer, Robert Taylor,
Edward Jenkins, John G. Reaney,
Frederick Achey. James Reanev,
Thomas W. Levering, James Fields,
Nathan Tyson, Garrett Brown,
F. Llttig Shaffer, John M. Gait,
Joshua Dr.vden, Thomas Wilson,
John Gushing, Henry R. Lauderman,
Charles A. Grinnel, j Caleb Parks,
Mendes I. Cohen, ! Henry L. Reita,
George S. Gibson, JoshuaJor.es,
Gorge Rogers, , Isaac M. Denson,
Jaws M. Anderson, , John A. Shriver.
ocll tf HENRY P. DUHURST, Secretary.
NATIONAL FIRE I.VSURANCE COM !
PANY OF BALTIMORE.
Incorporated by the
STATE OF MARYLAND, 1849.
„ OFFICE NO. 13 SOUTH STREET.
THE COMPANY INSURES EVERY
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
IN THE CITY OR COUNTY,
AGAINST LOSS OK DAMAGE
, BY FIRE. |
f j yg EE^"™ eetda ''y to determine upon applications j
JOHN B.SEIDENSTRICKER,
President.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Allen A- Chapman, William Woodward,
Henry M. Basil, -George Bartlett,
Mm. Heald, Adam Denmead,
John W. Ross, Joseph W. Jenkins,
Edward J. Church, Thomas M. Sullivan,
Job Smith, J George Small.
JOHN R. MAGRUDER,
' e 26 tf Secretary.
HOWARD FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF BALTIMORE.
INSURES Dwellings, Furniture, Warehouses, Goods
on storage, and Merchandise generally, against loss or '
damage by fire Also Vessels and Cargoes in port.
Office—S. E. corner of HOWARD AXD CLAT STREETS.
The Directors meet daily to answer applications.
ANDREW REESE, president.
DIRECTORS.
JAS. M. PocnEß, CHA3 HOFFMAN,
Chas. W. GEOROS;, HENRT J. YVEROEBAUOH,
WM. ORTWINS. AUGUSTUS SIIRIVIR,
SAML. R. SMITH, if. BKXZINOER,
AARON FENTON, WM. G. POWER,
GEO. P. THOMAS, EUSHA 11. PERKINS,
GEORGE HARLAN WILLIAMB,
ap29-tf ' Secretary,
XPQUITABLE FIRE INSURANCE i
C SOCIETY
CHARTKS PERPETUAL.
OFFICE, XO. 19 SOUTH STREET.
THE BALTIMORE EQUITABLE SOCIETY will Insure j
HOUSES and FURNITURE from LOSS OR DAMAGE BY !
FIRE, at very cheap rates, on the Mutual or Beneficial
plan, and grant Carpenter's Risks, on pleasing terms.
Owners of Property insured in the EQUITABLE Office ;
have no further responsibility than the amount pf their j
deposits, and on the expiration of policies, they are enti- !
tied to receive a cash dividend of twenty-eight per cent. \
The public are respeetfplly invited to call at the office, I
No. 19 SOUTH STREET, where the principles on which [
the Society insure will he fully explained.
DIRECTORS:
THOMAS KELSO, BENJAMIN DEPORD
WILLIAM KENNEDY, SAMUEL KIRBT,
HEXRY RIEMAN, MICHAEL Warner
JAMES FRAZIER, DauISIDAIL,
CHARLES R. CARROLL, ROBERT A. DOBBIN,
AUSTIN JENKIWS, DANIEL WARPIELD.
FRANCIS A. CROOK, Treasurer.
HUGH B. JONES, Secretary. fe34-ly*
r\mß GREAT WESTERN (MARINE;
J- INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Authorized Capital $5,000,000
Cash Capital [already-paid in) 1,000,000 j
Surplus Fund (represented by scrip) 560,000 i
Assetts Jan. 1,1858 2,276,000 !
This Company combines the advantages of the mixed j
plan (so long and profitably practiced by the best Life In- j
surance Companies in Europe) blending the desirable se- j
curity of a large Cash Capital , with a liberal return of the j
profits to its customers.
All Marine and Inland risks insured on most favorable
terms.
RICH'D LATHERS, Prest. JNO. A. PARKER, Ist V. Prest.
DOUGLAS ROBINSON, Sec'y. J. F. Cox, 2d do.
COLIN MACKENZIE, Agent in Baltimore,
fe23-tf Ofiice Commercial Buildings.
BALTIMORE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
No- 15 SOUTH STREET,
INCORPORATED IN 1830— Charter Perpetual.
JOHN I. DONALDSON, President.
R I^IIIS COMPANY proposes to insure lives j
JL for one or more years, or for life. With their rates j
the assured enjoys the benefit of an immediate in lieu of
a prospective and uncertain bonus. He risks neither his ;
policy nor the premium he has paid.
These premiums may be made payable annually, semi
annually, or quarterly, at option of the assured.
The Company buys and grants annuities.
Sells endowments for Children.
Makes all contracts in which Life or the interest of Money
is involved. A. B. COULTER,
Secretary.
Medical Examiner, Dr DONALDSON, 34 Franklin street.
f22-ly |
IRE AND LIFE INSURANCE J
: OFFICE, NO. 63 SECOND STREET,
BALTIMOKI.
JOHN G. PROUD & SONS,
Representing Companies of the highest sta F >}ilir.g, with large I
Cash Capitals. Policies issnecl, and Losses paid at
Oie Agency.
S. TNA INSURANCE Co., of Hartford, Conn. $1,500,000 |
PIKE NIX " " " " 350,000 I
SPRINGFIELD " Springfield, Mass. 375,000 !
ft-22-if i
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSUR
ANCE OFFICE, No. 4 SOUTH STREET,
OPEN DAILY for the INSURANCE OF ALL DESCRIP- ;
TIONS OF PROPERTY' WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE
CITY.
JOHN R. MOORE, President
DIRECTORS.
JAMES GETTY, Mechanical, J. 0 Whsdex, Columbian,
GEOROE BARMAN, Union, J. TRUST, First Baltimore, j
NOAH WALKER, Friendship, FRANCIS BURNS, United,
J. T. FARLOW, Deptford, JAMES Y'OUNO, Franklin, \
ALLEN PAINE, Liberty, J. PEASON, JR Washington, j
SAMUEL KIRK, Independent, LANCASTER OULD, Patapsco , j
R. C. MASON, Vigilant, F. A. MILLER, Howard,
WM. A. HACK, New Market, JAS. A. BRUCE, Watchman, I
JAS. B. GEOROE, SR., Pioneer Jos. C. BOYD, Lafayette )
Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1
fe22-tf. JOHN DUKEHART, Secretary. j
"MARINE AND INLAND INSURANCE. "
THE SUN MUTAL INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW YORK, |
Insures Marine and Inland Navigation Risks, on terms as
favorable as those of any other Company. All persons tak
ing Policies from this Company are entitled to a share of j
the profits, without incurring any liability, beyond the
amount of Premium. The assets of the Company, liable
for the payment of losses, are over $2,000,000.
A. B. NEILSON, Press't.
A. SEATON, V. Pres't J. WHITEHEAD, See.
C. OLIVER O'DONNELL, Agent in Baltimore.
fe22-ly. No. 51 EXCHANGE PLAC*.
4 RAPHODOMETEH"
\JT IS THE NAME OF
A MACHINE JUST PATENTED DY
J . M. W A M P L E R ,
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER,
BALTIMORE, MD.
It is an AUTOMATIC SURVEYOR, which, by simple j
mechanism, is made to record accurately—on a strip, or '
endless roll of paper—a CORRECT PROFILE of any route |
passed over; tlie ANGLES of DEFLECTION right and left; and .
the DISTANCE travelled, upon any required scale, or set of
; scales.
This machine may represent in appearance or purpose,
an ordinary Buggy Wagon, with the addition of the very
: valuable attachment claimed above. There is a box con
| taining the simple contrivance for recording upon the
i strip of paper as above mentioned. Motion is conveyed
! to the paper by the revolution of the hind wheel, which
acts by band and geer upon rollers over which the paper
is carried. One half the strip of paper is devoted to hori- |
zontal projection, the other half to vertical projection, and
the centre or division is a line of pricked distances.
The DEFLECTIONS are worked by the turning of the fore
axle of the Buggy in assuming the horizontal changes in
the route; the PROFILE, by a weight, adapting itself to the
J lowest position attainable through any changes in the lev
! el of the route passed over, and tlie DISTANCES, by points
1 at calculated intervals, on the periphery of one of the
rollers conveying the paper.
I will sell STATE RIGHTS, COUNTY RIGHTS, or INDIVID- i
J UAL RIGHTS, for the USE. or USE and MANUFACTURE of \
j this Machine on reasonable terms.
Address the patentee,
J. MORRIS WAMPLER, '
jy22-d6m Baltimore, Md. ;
| -G— STAR OF THE NORTH!
Ejfi GAS CONSUMING STOVE!!
Continuous and perfect combustion of the gases, ;
producing the most brilliant tlame 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 1
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,
ocl3tf 22 Light street
p/th PR EPA RE FOR~WI NTER — The
undersigned, in view of the fact that now is the
time to prepare for the approaching winter, beg
leave to call the attention of the public to their large and
elegant assortment of PARLOR STOVES, DINING ROOM
STOVES, OFFICE AND STORE STOVES. CHURCH
STOVES, AND COOKING STOVES, all of the most ap
proved pattern, and guaranteed to act satisfactorily.—
They would also refer to their stock of COOKING RANG
ES, embracing the new Bay State Range, which is de
cidedly the most handsome and best fiat top in the market.
; Our stock of FURNACES AND HEATERS are worthy
; the attention of all in want of such articles, being of the
most approved patterns.
WM. H. STRAN & CO.,
oc2-3m S. E. corner Lombard and Light sts.
J&R MARSHBANK FULTON COOK
i STOVE. FOR WOOD OR COAL—FIVE SIZES.—
Nearly Four Thousand of these VERY DESIRA
BLE STOY'ES have been sold within the past two years,
! a,4 no dissatisfaction. For sale in this city onlv by
ROBBIXS Ik CO.,
46 and 48 Light street.
OUTHERN AND~WESTERN HEM
LOCK SOLE LEATHER DEPOT, AND AGENCY
' DEPOT FOR THE SALE OF SHOE PEGS, at Boston and
| New York prices, from one peck to a thousand barrels, at
I prices heretofore unsold in Baltimore. Likewise, just
; opened a full and complete assortment of SHOE FIND
INGS. embracing every quality of the most standard Shoe
Thread, Shoe Tools and Nails. Lasts, in fact everything
! connected with the shoe finding business, on ray nimble
sixpence principle of low prices, together with the largest
j assortment of hemlock and oak Sole Leather, prime Up
pers, Kips and finished Leather to be found in any one
house in Baltimore.
ftF"Bark Mills, Tannera' and Curriers' Tools always on
hand for sale. F. H. GRUPY,
42 South Calvert street,
04-ly One door north of Lombard.
j FIRE-PUACE STOVES.—For heat
ing ONE, TWO or THREE STORIES—a very large
assortment, at BOBBINS k CO.,
46 and 48 Light street,
corner of Balderston,
s.°>o tf below Lombard street, (west side).
D~ ANIEL E. MYERS,
JUSTICE OP THE ' '
j NO. 28 ST. PAUL STREET,
(OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL.)
Baltimore.
efficient officers always in attendance. Jel9 6n
HANSON'S GREAT VEGETABLE
REMEDIES,
i For the cure of all diseases of the Chest and Lungs—
Coughs, Colds, Dyspepsia, Pains, internal and external;
Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Cramps in the stomach,
Kidney and Blood diseases. Weakness of the back, &c.—
Also, old and inveterate Sores, Bone Ffelons, and diseases
in general. These Medicines are Hanson's COUGH REM
EDY, Hanson's PAIN LOTION, with five others, which
comprise the series. 244 NORTH EDIN ST.,
ocll-ly near Chew, Baltimore.
RACKETS FOR COTTAGES.—AIso
Mouldings, various kinds, Columns, Balustrading
j Ac., for sale by JOS. THOMAS A SQN, corner of Park and
I Clay its. oci-tf
fe, *
pop ' f
piS{[ '' -• OST 4 E. A splendi! Housi with
r™* ,-' n * iD .';; i ? r " improvements, on North Kutaw
fc '' snl ! 1 a Sn-at bargain for cash. A
| i?. ,r% 't 21*135. will rent for S6OO a
io l '' Jl i*,SOO. A House on Broadway that will pay
t..r i • o ne ** House on East Baltimore street near
for *3 5nn. 3 story and doable back building, lot 20x110.
enttVvm . a flrst c!ass Farm of 400 ace* "ear Klli
the tnt" 'f> a XT' ow p! ' ice ' " 3 tlie owner " leaving
UK. .tab.. Also JO acres on the Back river, with improve
-52E '^ C °f ?- T' liavi "S ducking and I sMng ad
vantages-only s a , ooo. .IAMBS BOYD.
j 26 St. Paul street.
I.OVV—a 1111(1 old
JiiJL lAOVA,! v a'C o't-wf C S rr - vins -' ° th e CONFEC
HONAItY AM) ICE-CREAM BUSINESS in the
toc trrfon'the 7"""', The ''" wi " 1 " every thing
>."„ ■ i i . e business. Tools, Candy factory
"L 1 "®!'" 1 >! oons iu "' a Rake Oven of the "very best
make, Ac. The present proprietor has been well patroni
zed and intends to retire from business. For terns and
particulars inquire lit tin's office. n3-3t*
y ~;;' ' 4 ~" 1 BALL ()Ii KENT.—House In
No. 81, two-story, with a two-storv back
, r i d ' n "' with a th "'° stol 'y addition; in fee; hy
drant in tiie yard; price $4,000; terms very easy.
Three houses and a shop—one a large double dwell
ing; the whole 79 feet front by 28 feet deep, to a 20 feet
alley, beginning at the corner of Monument and Cay sts
fronting on Monument St.; ground rent sl7; price $3 suo'
House, 3 stories, in Fayette St.. between Pearl an l*Green
eta., No. 211, north side; confectionary store, 20 feet front
by 45 deep to an alley, price, $4,000.
House in Vine St., nearSchroeder St., in fee; price S7OO.
Two m Bolton St., or Dub-rry alley, near Lombard St.; I
new houses 12 feet by 89 feet; ground rent $lO on each; i
price s7uo for each house.
Houseon York Road, Xo. 168. two-story and attic, 15 !
feet front by lot feet deep to a 11 feet alley; price S6OO.
Store and d welling on little McElderry St., 14 feet front by ,
B,j deep, one of 14 feet front by 83 deep, running to a coal
the whole front being 75 feet by 83; ground rent
? ' 'JL re ". t , f " r u P ward * of S4OO, coal yard included;
price $3,000 cash, balance on a reasonable time, or :
would exchange for a farm.
Ground Rent of 1,200 dollars; houses in most parts of
the city; farms m Maryland and Virginia; several fine !
farms m Talbot county and most counties in the State
many on the water, with a large quantity of white oak
timber, Ac. _ R. W. RASIN, hand Broker,
Xo- 61 Fayette near St. Paul street.
MFOR RENT,—The Warehouse No.
40, Lombard street, opposite the Public Store. Pos
session given immediately; there are two good Offi
ces and a large Dry Cellar; the Gas fixtures must be taken
with the house. Apply to
JOHN F. PICKRELL A- CO.,
oc2Btf 40 Lombard street.
MOST DESIRABLE FARM FOR
Ipjlll SALE, containing 800 acres. One of the most
desirable situations on the Eastern Shore, combin
ing great beauty, extreme healthfulness, with fertility of
soil. It is near several steamboat landings, Post Office and
i UM-I ,le nei^,ll)()r^ contains the best society. The
DWELLING HOUSE is a large two-story brick dwelling,
with large dry cellar and good garret rooms, brick corri
, ?. rs ' fra ™, e wi "gs, frame corridors or corridwav and
kitchen. The rooms of good size, high pitched, are warmed
by Latrobe stoves, the upner rooms by registers; also tire
places, if preferred, could be used. The house is substan
tially built, and finished iu the best manner. The Farm
contains 500 acres of arable land, and 50 acres of water.
The soil is all good—several hundred acres of superior
quality. It all may be called kind. The timber is very \
valuable, consisting principally of large heavy white oak,
and yellow heart pine. 125 acres have been cultivated as
a separate farm. It has a good House, a first-rate Barn
Granary, Corn-House and Stable.
There are on the Farm the usual Buildings to a large !
estate—Smoke House, Carriage, Cow-Houses, Sables, i
Corn-House and Granary. There are large resources of !
manure of various kinds. The Farm could be divided in- ;
to three Farms, with beautiful situations. The Dwelling
is beautifully situated, having a cove at the south of the 1
lawn, a large creek at the west, with a view of Wye and
Miles rivers. There is a fine Mineral Spring, with a pump -
of fine water at the door. I
This property is in Talbot county, and adjoins Colonel i
Edwa d Boyd and Mr. Oliver's farms.
The 50 acres of water in two coves are included in the
estate, and suited for bedding oysters. Fine place for I
soft crabs, wild fowl and terrapins, where they are very i
numerous. J i
Price SSO per acre. Terms easy.
R. W. RASIN,
0c26-tf No. 61 Fayette street.
•gjitf\ FARMS, CITY PROPERTY, &c.,
piIII &c.—500,000 dollars' worth of Ileal Estate now on
hand .and for sale or .exchange.
10 Farms near Baltimore, located on and near the sev
eral Railroads and Turnpikes—most of themwell improved j
and very desirable.
5 Beautiful and healthy Farms in Talbot county, on the
salt water, abounding with fish, oysters, wild fowl. kc. - j
Remarkably healthy, well improved, and convenient to
steamboats.
A large Farm, called Sparrow's Point, situated seven
miles from the city, on the Patar sco River; a most desira
ble and productive property—s77 acres; 3 or 4 miles water i
front.
2 Large and very valuable Farms, near Bel Air, Harford
county; superior improvements. The land remarkably
productive; situation beautiful and healthy,
A Large Farm in Frederick county—said to be one of the
best in the county; fine improvements; location unques
tionably healthy; very desirable and remunerative prop
erty.
A Beautiful Country Seat near the city, for sale cheap.
29,000 Acres of Land in Lawrence co. Georgia, on navi
gable water, and 25 miles from a Rail Road; a bargain.
70 Acres of Good Land 8 miles from Frederick city and
from the B. O. R. R., with a good Dwelling, and a
fine four story Grist and Saw Mill, kc., and good Water
Power; a bargain.
Ring Factory, 3 miles from Bel Air; good water power;
36 acres of land, 4 stone dwellings for operatives, a store
house and blacksmlthshop; would answer well for a paper
mill or other factory; will he sold very low.
40.000 Acres of Land in Sullivan county, Pennsylvania,
adjoining Laporte; very productive and abounding in min
erals, kc., &c\; will be divided to suit purchasers at a very
low price, and easy payments.
Several Country Seats, and a large number of building
sites beyond and near the city.
A number of Stores, Dwellings and Lots in the city.
SALE OF PATENTRIGHTS ATTENDED T<>.
Persons wishing to PURCHASE, SELL or EXCHANGE
in the above line, are requested to give us a call, at No. 3
Jarvis Buildings. North street, near Baltimore st.
LUTHER J. COX & R. B. VARDEN.
oc2o-tf Commission Agents.
jl?OR SALE OR EXCHANGE.- A
JL RARE CHANCE FOR A PERSON DESIROUS OF
! SETTLING WEST.—The undersigned oilers forsale, or in
; exchange for remunerative property in the city of Balti
more. 1,300 ACRES OF LAND IN SOUTHWEST MI3-
j SOI RI, near a railroad. This land is exceedingly well
j located, possesses many natural advantages for fanning
purposes and stock raising, and is included in a tract of
| land the MINERAL WEALTH of which has been much
i lauded by tlie State Geologist. It was selected personally
| and purchased by a responsible citizen of Baltimore, with
; a view to settling there; circumstances in no way connec
j ted with his purchase now inducing him to remain in this
city. To any one really wanting such property, (and
none other need apply) every information will be given,
by T. J. STEPHENSON, Conveyancer, kc ,
oc2o 4w* 29 St. PauJ st, Baltimore.
COUNTING ROOM FOR RENT ON
2d floor, No. 67 Exchange Place, apply to RICHARD
j SON & CO., No. 67 Exchange Place. oc2o-tf
BUI LDING LOTS.—I4(IOFEETBUILD
ING FRONT on Jefferson. Wolfe, Fayette, Castle,
j Chester, Choptank and McElderry streets, of various
: depth, all high and level ground. For sale or lease by
GEO. L. HARRISON,
j an3l-tf OC.'Donneli's Wharf.
Ip OR SALE OR LEASE.—Two very e'u
gifcje BUILDING LOTS on Madison Avenue, between
Hoffman and Dolphin streets. For terms, &c., inquire at
the office of the DAILY EXCHANGE. ma2s-tf
FOR SALE.—House No. 80 Mt-Culloh
| Kiij! Street—a commodious and well-built House, in
! perfect repair and with everv modern convenience,
i Apply to GEORGE A. WILLIAMS,
| je3-tf _ No. 141 Hoffman Street.
MFOJI RENT.-—House No. 90 Mc-
Cullough street. Rent S3OO per year; enquire at
. No. 29 North Gay St. aul3-t?
OFFICE FOR RENT.—Fine large OF
FICE on 2d floor, corner 9f North and Baltimore sts.
I Apply at 50 South Gay street. au6-tf
OR R E A T'r he"FRONT~ ROOMS" on
second floor of CARROLL HALL, corner of Balti
-1 more and Calvert streets. Applv to
R. SNOWDEN ANDREWS,
j jyl-tf No. 8 Carroll Hall.
MFOR RENT.—The Warehouse No.
21 South Charles St., and two-story Warehouse in
the rear. Apply to DUGAN & JENKINS,'
oell-tf 21 South Charles st.
mFOR RENT.—The second-story of
the large new Warehouse on South Charles street,
near Lombard. Also, the commodious new two sto
ry Warehouse in th„ rear of same. Apply to
DUG AX A JENKINS,
ocll-tf 21 S. Charles st.
SALE OR LEASE.—A vacant lot
. on Pratt st., north side, a few doors west of Howard,
running hack to Carpenter's Alley; apply through mail to
JOHN SWAN, Baltimore. oc2-eotf
MFOR RENT.—The House No. 161
WEST PRATT STREET, recently fitted up In
superior style, with fixtures complete as a restau
rant and dwelling. Apply to
J. CROSBY k SON,
Je2-tf 15 Bowly's Wharf.
~ LAND FOR SALE.- A
foal Viiygglnfr FARM of 1.400 acres, one of 375 acres,
H IIT'E'IaI 200 acres,4so acres, 350 acres, 478 acres,
T iL—i' ■*_ 125 acres, 376 acres, 180 acres, 145 acres,
390 acres. 308 acres. 123 acres, 120 acres, 176 acres, 150
acres, 375 acres, with many others in Maryland and Vir
ginia; for particulars enquire of MARTIN GOLDSBOR
OUGH, Gen. Agent, No. 42 North Calvert st.
P. S.—Also many fine animals of the different breeds of
horses, cattle, sheep and hogs. sls-tf
FIGFFOR SALE.—DWELLING HOUSE
pjit! AND LOT No. 219 West Lombard street, opposite
College. Lot 31 feet front and rear, 170 feet
deep to an alley; house 25 by about ninety feet, including
BACK BUILDING, three stories high, with all modern fix
tures. Stable in the rear sufficient for five carriages, 5
horses and 8 tons hay. Property in fee. Apply to
J. CROSBY k SON,
je2s-tf 15 Bowly's Wharf,
I 1 OR SALE OR LEASE.—THE LOT
OF GROUND, N. W. corner Calhoun and McHenry
streets, 157 feet on McHenry and 100 feet on Calhoun
street. The improving character of that section of the
city will recommend it to the attention of those wishing
to make a desirable investment.
Apply to GEORGE SLATER,
apls-tf 10 Commerce st.
MK () R >SA L E —The Superior Throe
Story DWELLING No., 206 North Charles street,
beyond Eager. Having a large Three Storv BACK
BUILDING, with WASH HOUSE and BATH ROOMS,
WATER and GAS Fixtures complete.
The lot is 25 by 150 feet, running back to a 40 foot street.
The buildings of the best material, and most substantial
construction, having been erected under the superinten
dence and for the residence of the owner.
A capacious and dry cellar extends under main and back
buildings.
Inquire on the premises, or of B. T. ELDER,
No. 120 South Eutaw Street,
mrlß-tf Opposite B. k O. R. R. Depot.
LAND IN KENTUCKY.—That valuable
tract near *'SPICE 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 Dr. James Higgins,
(former State Agricultural Chemist of Maryland,) who
certifies to the existence of a valuable vein of pure CANAL
COAL, 4 feet 4 inches in thickness, extending over nearly
all this property. Dr. Higgins 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 advan
tages which may be seen in his report at my office. The
title to this property is indisputable, and the terms will
be made accommodating to the convenience of the pur
chaser. If desired, it will be divided into tracts of not
less than 200 Acres. For other particulars apply to W.
iB. ALL, ESQ., at Owensboro, or to the subscriber
N. E. BERRY,
ocl4-tf Attorney for Thos kM. F. Mason.
FOR SALE.—Two good Farms, one of
1,200, the other 1,000 acres, in Pulaski county. 525
: acres, with fine improvements, known as Buckland'llouse,
in Prince \Y illiam county, S3O an acre. Three first rate
1> arms, very low, from 687 to 1.330 acres each, in Amelia
county; 1,000 acres excellent land in Gilmor county at
$3 per acre; 1,760 acres in Hanover county, splendid ini-
I provements, $48,000, including stock, negroes, &c.; 399
; ami 446 acres, two fine Farms in Isle of Wight county a
highly improved Farm of 900 acres in Orange county
-1,450 acres on the Potomac, Westmoreland county the
birth-place of the late President James Monroe; 634"acres
with very comfortable improvements, in Culpepper coun
ty;, 5L l acres in Sur, 7 county, with House, Barn, kc .
only 13,000. Also, numerous other Farms in Virginia,
j suitable for grazing, country residences, kc. A splendid
1 S th magnificent improvements, of 376 acres, right
: ! „ w i? peake Bay ' in Qncen Ann's county; 270 acres,
a . uperior larm on the Bay in Talbot county; 1,100 acres,
M lO " 86 ! 1 in A,, ghany county, Md.; this land
raliJl ? valuable, and will be sold low; 200 acres in
Calvert county. sl3 an acre; also two other cheap Farms
in the same county; eleven Farms in Harford county, of
different sizes; also many other Farms in Maryland.
A large proportion of the above will be exchanged for
-V Beautiful sites for Country Residences all
rpnirur, n r 2™ (l fnr U ' ase - Money lent on Mort-
GRotND RENTS bouyht anil sold. Apply to
1 JAMES BOYD 26 St. Paul at.
T*9£ KET FRUiT KNIVRS, WITH SIL-
BLADE, just received, together with a large va-
I ncty of fine Steel Bladed Pocket Knives, of the best pat
| terns. For gale, wholesale and retail, by
CORTLAN & CO.,
_ Importers and Dealers In
i auao-tf Table Cutlery, Plated Goods, &o.
fttfrlfr Sales.
BV ADBEOH Hi CO.
r j UNDERSIGNED, AS TRUSTEE,
! -1- will sell at public sale on SATURDAY, the 13th day
of November, 1868, at 1 o'qjpck 1\ M., at the Sales Room
of the Merchants' Exchange. No. 19 South Gav street, In
the city of Baltimore, the following valuable PROPERTY,
situated in said citj':
No. 1. LOT No. 1, beginning at the southwest corner
of Eden street and Eastern avenue, and running thence
southerly, bounding on Kdtn street about one hundred
and ten feet; thence westerly about eighty feet; thence
northerly about one hundred and ten teet, to Eastern ave
nue; and thence east rly, bounding on Eastern avenue
about eighty feet, to the place of beginning. The im
provements consist of a large two-story BRICK BUILD
IXG, fronting about one hundred feelou Eden street, and
running back about sixty feet. The property is subject to
| an annual ground rent of $2lO.
LOT No. 2. adjoining Lot No. 1 on the south, fronting
forty-four feet on Eden street, and running hack with a
depth of eighty feet, subject to au annual ground rent of
SBB per annum.
Loi N0.3, adjoining lot No. 2on the south, commencing
at the southeast corner of said lot on Eden street, and
running thence southerly, on Eden street, about one hun
dred and fifty feet, to Canton avenue; thence westerly, on
Canton avenue, about eighty feet: thence northerly, about
one hundred and fifty feet, to lot No. 2, and thence easier- j
ly, bounding on lot No. 2, about eighty feet, to the begin- |
rung. Subject to a ground lent of two dollars per foot on
Eden street.
The terms of sale are: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in ca*h, and the balance in two equal iii-tall
ments at six and nine months, with interest from the dav
of sale, for which notes of the purchaser will he required,
and on the payment thereof deeds will be executed.
G.L. DULANY, ), P ,
BROWN & BRUNE, j Tru *tees.
0c23-law3wftdg A \VM. ADREON ft CO.,Auct'l
SPECIAL
AND
PEREMPTORY SALE
OF
FINE 01/ D WHISKEY, BRANDY, OLI) PE YCH
BRANDY, MEDEIRA WINE, ETC..
TO COVER ADVANCES. FOR CASK.
ON SATURDAY MORNING, November 6th, at 11
0 clock precisely, we shall sell at our stores, 28 and 30 •
South Charles street, to cover advances—
Ml BARRELS XX Pure Old Monongahela Rye WITTS- j
•J1 KEY;
24 BARRELS DO., "M" "W;"
G BARRELS OLD PEACH BRANDT;
OCTAVES OLD COGNAC BRANDY;
A 2™ ER CASKS 'London," "Market" MADEIRA '
~t: WINE.
N. B.—We invite the attention of the trade and Gro
cers to this stock of WHISKEY, it being very old and I
choice, and suited to best city retail trade
„ ALSO,
1 OX CASES OF FINE
J -"J OLD BRANDY.
ALSO.
An IRON SAFE, of the manufacture of E. T. Miller k i
Son, Providence, R. I.
9/-) COILS OK MANILLA ROPE. * to 2* Inches, a i
>w\7primo article.
ALSO,
20complete' T SAU3AGE ST( -' FF KRS, with railway
TOBACCO CUTTING KNIVES.
ALSO.
1 7 PLANTATION CIGARS, represented as
A I jt/UU being very choice.
Sale peremptory for cash, in bankable money
4 ts F. w. BENNETT ft CO.,' Auct'ra.
BY WM. HADDLTtML
POSTPONED
M ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.—I will,
in pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court for
Baltimore city, sell by Public Auction at. the EX- i
CHANGE SALES ROOMS, No. 19 S. Gay Street, on WED-
November 10th, 1858, at 1 o'clock P. M„ ALL i
THAT LOT OF GROUND situated in said city, on the I
West side of Painters' Court, and beginning thereon 114 I
feet and (| inches South from Fayette street, thence run- I
mug South on said Court 45 feet, thence extending West I
of uniform width 33 feet, subject to an annual ground
$30.00. Improved bythrec small BRICK DWELL- !
IN GS two stories high. Terms of sale one-half cash and !
balance in six months with interest.
L. M. REYNOLDS,
~ „ . Adm'r of HENRY HAPPEL, dec.
ocl4-2aw&di WM. HAMILTON. Auctioneer.
I TRUSTEE'S SALE.—I will, by vir-
Jgilj! of a decree of the Circuit Court of Baltimore city
-"""■ sell at public Auction on the premises, on FRIDAY*
November 19th, 1858, at 4 o'clock P. M.—
; ALL THAT LOT OF GROMND, situated in said city
and described as follows, to wit:—Beginning therefore on
| the North side of Pratt street 50 feet, West from the West
; side of Schroeder street, thence running West on Pratt
; street 15 feet; thence extending North of even width and
: parallel to Schroeder street 90 feet, to an alley used in torn
in on by the property holders binding thereon. Subject to
! an annual ground rent of $44. Improved bv a THRFF-
I STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, designated as
; No. 604 W. Pratt st.
j Terms of sale—X cash, and the balance in 6 months with
j interest. I„ M. REYNOLDS, Trustee.
0c29-2awi:ds WM. HAM ILTON, Auctioneer.
1 RUSTEE'S .SALE.—I will, by vir
: Bill] tue of a decree of the Circuit Con-, inr Baltimore
■"■""• city, sell, by public auction at the Exchange Sales
Room. No. 19 South Gay street, ou TUESDAY, November
I 23d, 1858, at 1 o'clock P. M.—
ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND, situated in said city
and described as follows, viz : Beginning for the same on
the south side of Thames street 177 ft. 8 in., southwest
from the southwest corner of Thames and Market streets;
thence running westerly binding on Thames street 20 ft.;
i thence extending southeastwardly at right angles to
j Thames street, of uniform width 85 ft. to an alley 16 ft.
j wide, used in common. Subject to an annual ground
, rent of SIOO. The improvements are a TWO-STORY
; BRICK STORE and DWELLING HOUSE with BACK
: BUILDING, designated as No 67 Thames street.
Terms of sale—X cash and the balance in six months
with interest. L. M. REYNOLDS, Trustee.
! b2 lliw.Vils WM. HAMILTON, Auctioneer.
BY SAMUEL J. SOPEK He CO.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.—By virtue ot a
: decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore city, the
' ' : ■'undersigned will offer for sale on the premises, on
: THURSDAY, Nov. 18th, ISSS, at 4 o'clock P. M.—
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL OF GROUND situate
anil lying in the city of Baltimore aforesaid, and described
j as follows, that is to say: beginning on the East side of
Frederick street eight feet southerly from the northwest
I corner of Lot number 109 on the plat of the city of Balti
| more, and running thence northerly on Frederick street I
! twenty feet, and thence running through of equal width
ten perches eastwardly.
This Lot is well improved by a GOOD BRICK BUILD
ING (No. 23 North Frederick street,) with BACK Bt'ILD
. i.VU. It lias been occupied for some years by George
Rossmark as a Lager Beer Brewery and Saloon. The lot
! is subject to the annual rent of seven dollars and firty-six
I cents.
I Terms of sale at prescribed by the decree, are: one
half cash, and the balance in six months with Interest and
security on the credit pavment.
ORVII.T.F. IIOKWITZ, Trustee.
SAM'L J. SUPER & CO.,
nc2fi-2aw3w*d> a Auctioneers. ;
Jgjgggggg ADAMS' EXPRESS
EXPRESS TO ALL POINTS ON THE
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD,
TWICE DAILY.
The Company gives notice that thev are prepared to for
ward GOODS, PACKAGES, PARCELS, MONEY. VAL
UABLES, &c., to YORK, HARRISBURO, WILLIAMSPORT,
ELMIRA, NIAGARA FALLS, BUFFALO, and all the Towns
and Citie3in Western New York and Canada.
Expresses for these points closes at the Office at 7X A
M., and 4 P. M.
Express for Harrisbur# and all points on Pennsylvania I
Railroad, also for Chicago and all points West, leaves
DAILY at 10 P. M.
Expresses are accompanied by competent !
Messengers.
GOODS CALLED FOR bj'our Wagons FRF.e OF CHARGE.
S. M. SHOEMAKER,
i 0c29-2awlm Superintendent.
BOSTON RANGE, MOSES POND
& CO.'S NEW IMPERIAL RANGE, WITH
TWO ELEVATED OVENS the most convenien
and economical Range now in use. Either oven may be
used separately, or both will bake perfectly at the same
time.
For sale in this city only by
ROBBINS k CO.,
830-if 46 and 48 Light street (west sidel.
WILL IAM HOLLAND.
UPHOLSTERER AND PAPER HANGER,
No. 72 N. HOWARD ST.,
Just received a large and elegant assortment of UPHOL
STERY GOODS, embracing Satin Delains, Brocatelle,
Repts, Cornices, Bands, Pins, Ac. Also, LACE CUR
TAINS, Furniture Coverings, French and English Paper
Hangings and every variety of Window Shades,
j oc4-3m
P~ HCENIX SPICE MILLS,
WAREHOUSE 58 SOUTH STREI
WM. H. CRAWFORD h CO.,
J PROPBIETORS,
Offer to the wholesale trade of this city the South And West
j GOODS of equal quality and price on same terms as any
s Other house in the United states fe22-tf
JOHN HEKZOG;
DEALER IN
FOREIGN A ND AMERICAN HARD WA RE,
N. E. Corner of Fark and Lexington sts.,
BALTIMORE.
Keeps on hand and manufactures a general assortment
j of Builders, Cabinet, Housekeeping and Fancy Hardware.
! Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Hollow Ware, Locks, Brush
! es, Tools, Saws, Files, Scales, German Saws, Locks, Iron
I Bedsteads. &c. s2B ly j
,-fjh PARLOR RADIATIORS of our own
gpqjfl manufacture, the largest and most beautiful va-
TzSV*- riety in the market, For sale, wholesale and re
i tail, by ROBBI.YS & CO.,
46 and 48 l ight street,
corner of Balderston street,
( s3O tf below Lombard ( west side). j
,4th" ROBBINS & CO.,
Iml PROPRIETORS OP
THE BALTIMORE STOVE WORKS,
AND MANUFACTURERS OP
i GOLD'S AUTOMATIC STEAM HEATER.
ALSO,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
COOKING, PARLOR, and HALL STOVES,
: Ship's Cambooses, Ranges, Grates, Tin, Sheet-Iron, and
| Hollow Ware, and all articles in the Stove Business.
1 | Repairing done at the shortest notice, and upon the best
1 terms.
WAREHOUSE—Xos. 46 and 48 LIGHT STREET,
s.io-tf 8. V. corner of Baldergton street.
JOSE I'll E. \\ILLSON, _
PAPER HANGINGS,
AND
WINDOW SHADE MANUFACTURER,
I No. 109 N. HOWARD STREET.
Between Mulberry and Saratoga,
BAL TIMORE.
Plain, Buff and White
LINEN WINDOW SHADES
j made and put up to order
in the neatest manner.
Alii kinds of
PAPER HANGING
j done by careful workmen in the rery best style,
< - !!£? and at the lowest prices FOR CASH.
! JViEW PATENT COAL SIFTER.
| i- s HARBIS'
NEW PATENT COAL SIFTER,
THE GREAT INVENTION OF THE AGE.
SIMPLE, ECONOMICAL. DURABLE.
: ON EXHIBITION AND FOR SALE AT THE AGENT'S
OFFICE,
NO. 49 EXCHANGE PLACE,
Opposite Custom House,
' ocl-d6m SAM'L HARRIS.
JAMES M. ANDERSON A SOS,
ENGRAVERS,
No. 148 Baltimore Street,
BANK NOTE, STEEL & COPPER PLATE PRINTING.
INVITATION, WEDDING, VISITING
A Cards, etc., Engraved and Printed in the most fashion
able styles. Corj>orate and Notarial Seals, Letter Stamps,
etc. London and Paris Visiting Cards, De La Rue's En
; velopes, etc. ?e22tf
LIGHT! LIGHT!
Wholesale Agency for JONES' PATENT LAMPS,
, | superior to all others in the market. Also, dealer in COAL
j OIL LAMPS of every description. Constautly on hand,
. | COAL OIL of the very best quality, whi h we will sell at
t the market price in quantities to suit purchasers
: : AM MIDON & CO.,
1 No. I South Liberty st.
' HENRY ENGLISH,
. BRASS FAUCET MAKER,
j f.\) AND DEALBR IN
LEAD PIPE, SHEET LEAD, BLOCK TIN.
SHEET ZINC, &c.
No. 119 FRONT STREET, AND
, I _^" 6 ™ 138 FAYETTE STREET, BALTIMORE
! HPO TRAVELERS.
I X CANFIELD BROS. A CO.,
. \ 229 BALTIMORR STREET,
I Have on hand a great variety of articles, such as"DRES
, SING CASES, TRAVELING BAGS, SOAPS, PKR
, FUMF.RY, RAZORS, TOOTHBRUSHES, FANS, PORT
f MONNOIES, CIGAR CASES, he., Ac., all of the best
i
; *3* GOLD'S "IMPROVED AUTOMATIC
STEAM HEATER PUT UP AND GUARANTEED
TO WORK PERFECTLY, by
| ROBBINS h CO.,
. ! Nos. 46 and 48 Light street.
! N. B. This HEATER can be put up complete at a very
" ! little more cost than a Hot-Air Furnace, while its advan
tages over Hot-Air are almost innumerable. s3O-tf
HA R D W A R E . Manufacturers'
Agents for the sale of all kinds of AMERICAN and
| OREIGNHARDWARE. , .
I a tf 87 k outh Charles street
flnblic salfs.
BY LEMMOS & 11RBGDKX
BUCHANAN S WHARF.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF BLUE
[ill RIDGE FURNACE PROPERTY.— The undersigned,
of JOHN BARKER, will sell on MON
! DAY, the 22.1 day of November, ISSB at the Exchange _
Sales Rooms, in Baltimore, at 1 o .* e .. .
ALLTHE RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREhT of the afore
said John Barker, in and to the property known as the
BLUE RIDGE FURNACE, situated near Rnoxyille, in J
Frederick county, between the B.& O.K.Road and the hes
apeake k Oliio Canal; which interest con, l > rj s , es ..°' H y , "v-,, ■'
the property, consisting of ahout 20 ACRES Or LA- J ,
lying on both sides the railroad, and the n
thereon, viz: A LARGE 16 ft. BOSH COKE b I RN ACL,
in good condition, with LARGE ENGINE and ; *J] .
ry working apparatus, A FRAME STOKE, DWELLING J
and other minor hous<gp And also,one-half of all the per* tf
sonal property now on the premises; and also, one hall of
the mining rights on the Shenandoah and in the v- v
, cinity of the Furnace, belonging to the same. Sub
.iect, however, to the claim of Watson k Ren nick, the j
late lessees of the furnace, for improvements and additions
made by them, for which they are by agreement to receive
one-fourth of the proceeds of the sale of the lurnace when t,
sold. ...
Terms—% cash, .'j 6 months, balance 12 months with • 0
! interest and approved security. W. W. GLENN,
i Trustee. Q
0c29-T,ThAds LEMMOX ft BROGUES, Auct'rs. e
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF CURTIS A
fitsl! CREEK PROPERTY, ftc.
The undersigned. Trustee of JOHN" BARKER,
will sell, by virtue of an order of the Court of Common l-
Pleas, at the Exchange Sales Rooms. 19 S. Gay street, on
FRIDAY, the 19th day of November, at 1 o'clock, P. M., q
for account and risk of Mrs. Mary Barker, the former pur- y
chaser, who has failed to complv with the terms of sale. Q
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND lying in Anne Arundel
county, and known as MARLY, lying between Marly *
Creek and the road leading from the Curtis Creek Furn
ace to Marly Bridge, containing 379 acres, which will be jW
divided into three tracts of nearly equal size. A portion
>f this is well wooded, the land is admirably adapted to m
garden tillage, and the whole is accessible to schooners of Vr
light draught, being 9 miles from Baltimore, while the j*
distance by road is but 7 miles. &
The upper tract is improved by a FRAME DWELLING S
and OUT-HOUSES, and is under cultivation. I
Also a tract of 72 acres adjoining the above tract on the ■
North side. Plats can be seen at the office of the Trustee.
ALSO— j
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND lying in Baltimore coun 4
ty, near the Middle Branch of the Patapsco river, part of
Onion's Interest, containing 20 acres.
This Tract is immediate!} in the rear of the Fish House,
and adjoins the lands of the South Baltimore Company,
Hon. Judge Krehs, Mr. Geo. Warner, and others.
Terms—cash, 6 months, balance 12 months, with in- j
terest and approved seouiity. W. W. GLENN, Trus.
LEMMON k BROGDEN,
oc2B-Th,TASAds A-m.wAbkds Auctioneers. |
BY SAMUEL H. GOVER
lOH SHARES OF THE MARYLAND ,
IV/Y/OIL COMPANY'S STOCK AT AUCTION.—I
will sell on MONDAY NEXT, Nov. Bth, at 1 o'clock, at T
the Exchange Sales Room, No. 19 South Gay St., without
reserve— I
inn SHARES OF THE MARYLAND OIL COMPA- *
J ' IUNY'S STOCK. Terms cash.
SAMUEL H. GOVER, Auct'r.,
n3-ts A 84 Baltimore street.
fik _ VALUABLE ANDFAST TROT
TING HORSE AT AUCTION.—I will sell on
<Or MONDAY MORNING next, Nov. Bth, at 10
0 cioe.tc, at Mr. John Wollet's Livery Stable, corner of Ea9t
Fayette and Temple streets, a fast trotting HORSE, (hay,)
7 years old, and cost SSOO. Sale peremptory. Terms
cash. SAM'L H. GOVER, Auct..
n4 t No 84 Baltimore street.
TRUSTEES' SALE
OP
FIVE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES
OF SOME OF THE MOST VALUABLE LANDS IN BALTIMORE
COUNTY,
Known as JOHN and THOMAS' FOREST, situated near
COCKEYSVILLE, and being the Lands of the Char
lotte Owings. This property adjoins the lands of Samuel
j Worthington, Joseph Price and Levi Merryman.
By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore
j city, 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 11th day of November, 1858, at one o'clock,
P. M.
ALL THAT PART 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 74>f
degrees, east perches, to a stone heretofore planted
1 on the west side of a road 1 ending towards the Hayfleld
I farm of John Merryman; said stone being marked C. D.
0 , said to stand in the second line of a tract of land
called tl Gcrai;" thence running with and binding on said
line,as the same now bears by the magnet, south IX de
grees, east 69& perches, to a stone heretofore planted and
marked No. 4, a corner of said land, still binding
on u Gerai," as the same now bears by the magnet,
north 88degrees, east perches, to a stake
set up at the roots of a wild cherry tree, said stake being
a corner of Samuel Worthington's land; then binding on
that land south 4% degrees, west P29 perches, to a box
j white oak tree, on the north side of a public road; then
; still the same course south 43i degrees, west 2 7 10 perch- *
; es, to the south side of said road; and then along the
1 south side of said road, north seventy six degrees, west
nineteen and four-tenths perches, 11 a point at the north
; edge of the road leading to Levi Merryman's; then along
| the said road south degrees, west 3 3-10 perches, to a
: line drawn south 76 degrees east, down the centre of a
! lane l# perches wide, dividing between the lands of
I John Shipley on the south arid Miss Owings on the north,
then binding along the centre of said lane the two fol
i lowing courses and distances, north 76 degrees, west 90
! perches, and north degrees, west 33 perches, to a
; stake, a corner of the said John Shipley's land; then
I binding on that land south 37 degrees, west 21X perches,
| to a stone heretofore planted, a corner of Samuel Wor
-1 thington's land; then binding on his land north 57% de
j grees, west 235 perches, to a stone marked "B,'' hereto
] fore planted, between two chestnut trees, a corner of the
i said Worthington's land and the said Charlotte D Ow
| ings' land; then with the line of said Charlotte's land,
j as the same now hears by the inngnet, north 80 degrees,
j west 188# perches, to a stone marked "C. P. 0.," acor
! ner of the said Charlotte's line, planted in the given line
of the whole tract, called John and Thomas' Forest; then
i binding on the said given line north 26K degrees, west
• 194 perches, to the place of beginning; containing 540
j acres and 29 square perches of land, clear of the Friends'
Meeting House lot, and clear of a small family burying
I ground, whose superficies is 2 6-10 square perches
, There is six acres of land on the above dcMwibed, which
f was sold to the Ashland Iron Company for mining pur
| poses, which, when exhausted of its minerals, rever s to
| the heirs and assigns of the said Charlotte D. Owings; and
j 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 plat—which will entitle the purchaser
of lot No. 6 to the rent of 25 cents per ten, which, when
the iron business is prosperous, will yield some SSOO per
( year rent.
The Trustees have caused the foregoing TRACTS OF
, LAND to he divided and laid off in EIGHT PARCELS,
I and maps to be made of tin* same, which may be seen at
: the office of T. M. LANAIIAX, 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 540 ACRES in one body, as alove described, sub
ject, however, to the "Ore Leave" on twenty acres f the
same, as hereinafter stated, and if no person shall he dls
: posed to purchase the ENTIRE TRACT, the Trustees
will then sell the said property in parcels as thus laid
j off:
LOT No. I—contains 48 acres, 1 rood, 33perches of land,
upon which is a small log tenement,and is in a high state
of cultivation.
LOT No. 2—contains 53 acres, 1 rood and 8 440 square
perches, clear of the Friends' meeting house lot, and clear
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.
1 LOT No. .'l—contains 52 acres and 34 perches of land.
This lot is all in cultivation and has upon it extensive
i meadows.
1 LOT No. 4—contains 77 acres, 1 rood and 15 perches of
land, upon which is erected the principal improvements,
; consisting of a frame dwelling house, quarters, barn,
stabling, corn house, meat house, dairy, &c , and in fine
! cultivation
LOT No. s—contains 97 acres ard 24 perches of land,
ahout one-third of which is in cultivation and the re
mainder is heavily wooded.
LOT NO. 6—contains 72 acres and 13 pitches of land.
No 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
i is chestnut.
Twenty acres of this lot is subject to a valuable
j *'ORK 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
j per annum, and 25 cents a ton on whatever amount of iron
j ore is taken out. The fine quality of this land and the
I large revenue heretofore received from the "ore leave"
1 attached renders this lot peculiarly valuable. The IKON
; ORE on this lot is represented to be of the finest quality
1 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
I a small frame dwelling
I LOT No. 7—contains 56 acres, 3 roods and 21 perches of
I land—has no improvements upon it, and is in all respects
I like unto Lot No. 6, as to the wood, and to be subject
| to a road along its north side 20 feet wide, for common
| use.
; LOT No. B—contains 83 acres and 1 perch of land—is
similar to Lot No. 6, in its young growth of wood, and
subject to the right of waylaid out along its north side
; for common use, twenty feet wide. A fine spring of water
; is on this lot.
A Plat of this property may be seen as above described,
and laid off at the office of T. M. LANAHAN, Esq., No. 31
Lexington street.
Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree—One fourth
cash; balance in six, twelve and eighteen mouths, with
interest and security to be approved bv the trustees
T M. LANAHAN, )
WM. F. FRICK, > Trustees.
GEO. WM. BROWN,)
SAM'L 11. GOVER, Auctioneer,
; ocl6-3tawAds No. 84 Baltimore street.
BY F. VS. BENNETT & CO. ~
M TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A VALU
ABLE WAREHOUSE OX LOMBARD STREET
By virtue of an order of the Superior Court for
j Baltimore city, the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer at
' Public Sale, if not sold previously at private sale, ou
j MONDAY, November Bth, at 1 o'clock, at the Baltimore
| Exchange, No. 19 South Gay street:
j WAREHOUSE, No. 119 Lombard street, front 25 feet,
J with a depth of 70 feet to Baiderston street. The Building
j is of the best material and workmanship, and adapted to
S any sort of business,
i Terms made known on day of sale.
JOSEPH RKY'NOLDS, Trustee.
F. W. BENNETT & CO.,
RUBBER OVERSHOES.
Men's Overshoes, 1 Ladies' Sandals,
" Foot-holds, | " Buskins,
' Bootees, I < Slippers.
Long Boots, | " Gaiter Boots,
Long-top Boots, I " Long Boots,
Fishermen's Boots, | Misses Overshoes,
Boys' Overshoes, | " Boots and Sandals.
Also, Table Oil Cloths, Umbrellas, Suspenders, Hair a id
| Tooth Brushes, for sale to the trade at the lowest prices.
.M .PL N DKRSON k CO., No. 209 Baltimore street, near
1 Charles street. sift tf
WM. it: EREK & CC>:;
.. .... WHOLESALE DEALERS IV
MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO,
! ......... And Importers of
I HAVANA, PRINCIPE AND GERMAN SUGARS,
i AN D Manufacturers of Domestic.
I Also, keep constantly on hand, PIPES of every kind,
| Snuffs and Smoking Tobacco, Tobacco Knives, Ac., at low
; est market prices.
No. 96 LOMBARD STREET, BALTIMORE
Terms to regular customers, 4 mouths. First Bills iu
-1 variably cash. slO-tf
A LBATA SPOONS. FORKS.
1 -iJ- OF Tin: HE ST QUALITY.
! CANFIELD BROTHER & CO.,
Keep on hand a large stock of Albata Spoons, forks,
Ladles, Butter Knives, Sugar Tongs, Castors, Waiters,
; ; Cake Baskets, Epergnes, Candelabras, Liquor Stands,
R j Vegetable Dishes, Egg Stands Cups, Can! Stands. Wine
- Syphons, Ice Bowls, Butter Coolers. Win.- Coolers. Toast
, : Racks. Coasters, Salt Cellars, etc.. all of the newest styles
and best quality. Purchasers can rely upon getting a
> good article at fair prices, at „„„
- j 229 BALTIMORE STREET,
j Wholesale and retail. NL
' "WALNUT AND MAHOGANY. In
Y* Plank, Boards, Scantling and Veneers, for sale .by
t JOS. THOMAS & SDN, corner Park and Clay streets.
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RFFFE PERSONS IN WANT OF STOVES
<SFL. WILI FLNLI " IE LARGEST AND B ROBBINS ™CO
j 4FI and 49 Light street,
s3O-tf below Lombard (west side.)
KSTLCKNEY & CO.:
N dealers iir
NAILS,COAL AND IRON,
No. 57 Exchange Place, up stairs. fe2s-tf
P ! RTMESHKKKY . —| LIM E ncehrd an in
voice OF fine SHERRY, the best imported from theei-
I tateof Widow Harmony, and well worth the attention of
- ; eentlemen wanting a superior Sherry Wine. For sale by
j G GEO. HOLLINS,
comer Fayette and Charles sts.
IE RACKS. — By IISINFF which six pies
can be put away and occupy no more space than one
I for sale at the housekeeping warerooms of
1 CORTLAN ft CO.,
aulO No 216 Raltimore nt.
ETTLACTTTCHAMPAGNE.
I have received an invoice of this celebrated Cham-
I pagne, which I offer for sale wholesale and retail.
GEO. HOLLINS, Sole Importer,
t myl2 tf 14 N. Charles street.
LD"PAPERS FOR SALE,
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE S5 CENTS
' PER HUNDRED Apply t this Office. apUO-TF

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