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THE DAILY fc g!fTß; served in the citj Sundays excepted), price l livable to the carri- I at twelve and a.halfJ£ ofthe city, at SIX DOLLARS ; era; mallei! to i" bs ™. W[ .-|.-KLY edition is mailed to sub perannum The'TKLU Hnnum TERMS—inva acribers at Fill OFFICE or PUBLlCATlON—Norlh riabiy casli I,l m . an ,i North streets, Baltimore. Last corner of Balti DAILY EXCHANGE, Letters to be ail<l'ef<- a Baltimore, Maryland BALTIMORE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1858. True to its usual anil inevitable instincts of sub mission and subserviency, to every species of won", indignity and outrage— The Baltimore American of yesterday counsels "the mercantile and business community" of this city to a like unmanly and disgraceful course. Always and habitually, a temporizer and a time-server, it pro poses to leave to "time and a calmer state of the "public mind the cure of acknowledged evils." It even goes so far as to threaten, that if "the late movement" —meaning thereby, we presume, THE CiTV REFORM ASSOCIATION, —"is perversely and uselessly continued," it "will call forth an almost unanimous demonstration of condemnation," from that class whose favor and patronage The American particularly desires to enjoy, and whose interests and wishes, it fondly believes that it re presents. We confess that we have a better opin ion of the merchants and business men of Balti more. We believe that they have the sense to know—although The American may not know it— that the true "defamers of Baltimore," and the worst enemies of its interests anil their own, are not the men who have exposed and denounced the crimes and outrages that are committed in our midst, but the ruffians and outlaws who per petrate them—the authorities who permit them, and the press which seeks to gloze over and conceal them. We believe, also, that they have the spirit to feel—although The American may not feel il—that a loss of liberty and honor and self-respect, is an injury greater than a loss of custom—and that a man who is robbed of bis rights loses that which is more precious even than silver and gold. The American, it is obvious, has no conception of any other or higher interests than those of trade, and cannot, therefore, be expected to know, that the vindica tion and re-establishment of their civil, political, and personal Rights,-—the purification and preser vation of the elective franchise —and the elevation of honest, faithful, and competent men to offices of public trust, is not less the appropriate and legiti mate business of free men, than the selling of goods and collecting of debts. The published list of the REFORM ASSOCIATION is a gratifying evidence that the mercantile community is not so demoralized as The American would have us to believe. And even if the case were otherwise—and the cause of popular reform, public order and private right, should be deserted, abandoned and disowned, by every merchant in Baltimore—it would find sympathy and support enough in other classes of Society—in different walks of life and labor—and among the masses of the People, to abundantly supply the defection. From the haunts and homes of honest industry, and from the dwellings and workshops of humble toil, will come a voice as potent in be half of Right and Justice, as ever issued from counting-rooms and banks. If they who have the largest stake in Society, and consequently reap the largest benefit from its protection, fail to do their duty,—humbler men will be found, ready and willing to do theirs. Such men have their rights to defend, as well as others, and will submit even less willingly to their deprivation. They feel the degradation and indignity of disfranchisement, as others may feel the apprehension of pecuniary' loss. Tiie very fact thut they have less of worldly gear to care for, makes them more solicitous for the preservation of their personal Rights, because those Rights are the chief, and it may be, only good for which they are indebted to Society. The evils which even The American to exist, and which the ASSOCIATION proposes to reform, are not coufiued to any one class in the community, but press with equal weight upon all. It is in vain, therefore, for our contemporary to at tempt to compass by threats, what it has failed to accomplish by cajolery. The ASSOCIATION will, doubtless, persevere in the good work which it has undertaken, although The American may question its utility, or even deny its "justifica tion"—and any such "demonstration," as is hinted at by that journal, would only serve to rally and unite in its support, and array in indig nant anil successful opposition to any such bare faced and patent attempt to frown down the popu lar cause—the whole body of the People. There is one other point in The American's article to which we wish to advert. It is the pre sentation anew of a favorite argument in behalf of silent acquiescence and submission, and against the necessity of any reform, which though often refuted anil exposed, our contemporary is never tired of repeating; It says : ' The city is perfectly quiet and orderly; there is a better prospect now of the laws being maintained and of justice being enforced against known and notorious crim inals. than at any other time within tli* past ten years; the Mayor is doing everything within his power, anil thus far with entire success, to maintain peace and restore good feeling: oitr streets arc as safe, life and property as secure, and business proceeding as uninterrupted! v. as in any city of the Union." Because there is peace and quiet to-day, is that any atonement for riot and disorder yesterday, or any guaranty of peace and quiet to-morrow? Is it any sufficient and reason able consolation to the man who was beaten, insulted and disfranchised, on the 13th of October, to be told that it is now the 6th of No vember, and that so far he has escaped any repeti tion of the indignity and outrage? After the storm naturally comes the calm. After the excite ment of the election necessarily follows the re-ac tion. Had the violence and disorder of a few weeks ago, been kept up without intermission un til the present time, life would have become intol erable among us, and there would have been no hesitation in the community about the nature of the remedy to be applied. As regards any "better "prospect of the laws being maintained, and of "justice being enforced" in the future than in the past, it need only be said, that we have the same MAYOR over us now, that we have had during the two years that are past—the same police, whose faithlessness and inefficiency have over and over again been proven, under precisely the same regu lations that were originally enacted for its govern ment, and of which any and every violation, it was promised then, as now, should be visited with immediate dismissal, and with the same iden tical officers to enforce them—and the same magis trates to sit in judgment at the station-houses, with the assistance, it is true, of the MAYOR in person, who retains them in office, while he admits their incompetency, by assuming himself to perform their duties. All these things remain as before. The only improvements, in fact, that have heen attempted upou the past, are the addi tion of a cavalry arm to the police, and the assump tion of "magisterial functions" and a rattle by the MAYOR. Meanwhile, it cannot be pretended that the ruffians and outlaws who have hitherto been the terror and curse of this community, have changed either their habits or their habitation. Even as regards the protection of the Right of Suffrage at any future Election, we hive no reason to believe, that the same judges who witnessed and connived at the fraud and violence of the 13th of October, as they bad done at the October and No • vember elections of the year before, and not one of whom has been punished or indicted for his breach of trust, will not be retained in office—or, if re moved, that any better men will be appointed in their places. It is, therefore, with good reason, that we submit that there is nothing in Mr. SWANK'S present conduct or position, or in the present condition of the city, whieffi,' Ters the slightest indemnity for the past or the smallest se curity for the future. We have already dwelt and enlarged sufficiently, upon the fact, that Mr. SWANN'S acceptance and retention of office, under the circumstances of violence and fraud attending his nominal re-election, will, of itself, be sufficient to destroy all confidence in his promises and his efforts, and constitute a perpetual and abiding grievance, for which it will not be in his power to offer any adequate redress. In case of HENRY GAMBUILL indicted for the murder of policeman BENTON on the night of the 22d of September, the Jury yesterday returned a verdict of Guilty of Murder in the First Degree. In this case llie STATE'S ATTORNEY appears to have discharged his duty nbly and well. The Jury have certainly done theirs, and will receive the thanks of the community for it. The evidence of tht M n RIL uM " Ullt was to ° inclusive to admit of ciJcT ?£ doubt, and the asso of the particular r'- M ttS tllc atrocity convicted, equally depri ve °v,• he St!fTlds sympathy. He is one of a now n" Cla ' m t0 less and de ßI )erate men, who hm?i ,° f law " scourge and terror of this community' be hoped that neither their violent in,erf ° threatened, nor any interposition of mUtat"* clemency on the part of the Executive win hr fered to defeat the ends of justice, and from a doom which lie justly merits. [Postscript —Nine o'clock.] Since writing the above, information has been brought to this office that policeman RICDON, one of the principal witnesses for the State in GAM BRILI.'S trial, was murdered in cold blood, and in his own house, a few hours after the rendition of the verdict, by one of GAHBRILL'S desperate and abandoned associates. He was killed about eight o'clock in the evening. The particulars of his ; cruel and cownrdly assassination will be found elsewhere in our columns. Ills only offence was that of having spoken the simple truth when called upon to testify in a Court of Justice, to the facts of a most bloody murder, and the identity of the murderer. BENTON was killed while en deavoring to perform his duty as an officer-Ric i>ON for having performed his as a witness. The one was murdered upon the side-walk, and the ' other by his own fireside. It was only yesterday morning that The American announced "to people abroad," that the "streets 1 arc as safe, and life and property as secure in "Baltimore as in any city of the Union." Yester day afternoon, it was found necessary to convey a convicted murderer, of whose guilt no man in the community entertains the shadow of a doubt, from i the Court house to the jail, under the escort of a | file of policemen, under arms—for the purpose of preventing a rescue. A few hours later the princi pal witness upon his trial was murdered in the j manner and under the circumstances we have just described. We call the attention of our readers to the com- j munication of "A CITIZEN," published in to-day's ; paper. It contains a thorough and able erj/ose of j the present condition of affairs, and shows conclu- 1 sively how little dependence can be placed upon Mr. SWANK'S promises for their amendment. Tin: HE FORM MO VEMENT. I Messrs. Editors: \ As far as I have heard—and I think my opportu- j j nitics of hearing have been as good as those of any I of my neighbors—there has been and is but one ob | jection urged, by conservative people, to the move j ment which the City Reform Convention has re | cently instituted among us. The class of people to whom I refer—and I speak exclusively of those who j are not partisans, on the one side or the other—con- I cur with the Reformers, fully, as to the existence of the grievances complained of, and are satisfied I equally of the necessity of a change. All their convictions and sympathies are with the Associa tion—and they have but a single doubt. They are told that Mr. Swann is doing his best, in good faith, to redeem himself and his administration, and that, I il left alone, he will, with fair confidence ay.' sup port on the part of the community, relieve his fel low-citizens of the necessity of anv special organi zation to secure their rights in the future. Alany of them think that the experiment is, at all events, worth trying, and that it is, perhaps, not prudent at this moment to do anything which may seem to interrupt Mr. Swann in his measures of improve ment, or may afford a pretext for his partisans, or any one else, to create an excitement and a reac tion. I state their reasoning fully and fairly. I do not regard it as either just or wise, or at all upon a level with the crisis, but, still, it is the honest reasoning of many respectable people, and it is on that account, ifnot on its own, entitled to a respect ful hearing and consideration. AYith your permis sion, I will examine it for a moment. Let us see what the authorities arc in fact doing, and how far it meets the demands and necessities of the commu nity and the occasion. As I understand the public estimate of the griev ances which require redress, just now, at the hands of somebody, they cover ground much broader than seems to occur to the citizens who entertain the ideas to which I have alluded. They are, chiefly, the following: For the last two years, riot, disorder, murder, and violence, have had the freedom of the town. The Police corps, paid to preserve the public I peace, has been found altogether wanting to its du ties and to the reasonable expectations of the most indulgent among the citizens. The judicial authorities, clothed with the duty of committing offenders when arrested, have been de- I relict to their obligations, until arrests, when | made, have resulted, for the most part, in nothing | but an empty form. The ballot-boxes have been so stuffed with fraudu- J lent votes, that our elections have become a simple j mockery and disgrace. Violence at the polls has driven or kept away the. great mass of peaceful voters, and the whole com | munity has thus practically been disfranchised.— Such disfranchisement is about to be made a per manently galling and oppressive fact, by the as sumption of the reins of office by men who have no pretence of right or of popular choice to hold them. It is made doubly criminal by the conniv i ance anil complicity of the police in bringing about j so heinous a wrong. I Here, then, are the evils. Which of thein is Mr. j Swann redressing? Which of them lias lie re j dressed, or does he promise to redress ? AVhich of j them is any other of the authorities seeking or pre i tending to cure? AYith the single exception of a j change in the details of his police administration, I by the Mayor, not one solitary reform has been in- I stituted or been pretended to be instituted, by any of the public authorities. I Has the Mayor dismissed or rebuked any of the ; judges of election under whose eyes the monstrous j frauds of the late election day were perpetrated? Xot one. | Has he caused the attention of the Grand Jury to | be called to the action of those judges, or has the | Grand Jury itself at its own instance, or at the in | stance of the public prosecutor invoked the interpo | sition of the law to punish such high offenders ? ) Not in one solitary case. | Has the Grand Jury indicted, or has the Mayor | suggested, or the State's Attorney pressed the in dictment of one solitary ruftian among the hundred, who on the last election day trod down into the dust the sacred right of suffrage ? No, not one. Were any such offenders arrested and held suffi ciently to answer bv the police ? No, not one. Has the Ma3~or dismissed any important portion of the faithless police force, who so openly and dis gracefully spurned even the semblance of respect for the law and their duty at the polls on the 13th of October ? No! they are in his confidence still- He has not even rebuked tbenj. They are the people on whom he relies to redeem his own credit and work out the salvation* of the town. They are our police now, as they were on the election day, and it is upon these that the conservative people, whose objection I am answering, expect public confidence fifty times abused, to return and repose itself still. Ha 3 the Mayor removed Mr. Justice Mearis, who j has ict inore oflenders loose on straw-bail than all I other judicial officers in the city? Not at all. lie is Mr Sivann's police justice still—receiving the pay of the office, while Mr. Swann concedes his unfit ness and culpability, by sitting himself "magiste rially" in his place. Has Mr. Swann, by word or deed, expressed the horror and detestation with which the events of the I last election day must have filled every light think | ing man among us ? Not by one word nor bv one deed. On the contrary, he applauded to the echo,the result of the contest, when the wretches who had won it, assembled before his house on the night of their saturnalia—and he stands among the chief man agers of a Ball to be held, next Monday night, to celebrate the fraud and violence of the 13th of Octo. her, as a " brilliant victory." Now I ask conservative people to answer to their • own hearts and judgments whether any good can really come to this community from sources conta minated by such connection with such indubitable facts. Can any confidence be sensibly or reas onably placed in any such people? Is it wise is it prudent—is it in accordance with what we all know of human nature and human affairs —to surrender ourselves, without an effort in our own behalf, to men who have never made a promise yet, that has not been broken, and have never assumed a duty but to violate or neglect it? JOHN QUINCY ADAMS once said of a'distinguished opponent—"He has deceived me twice. The first time, it was his fault—the second, it was mine.'' Whose fault will it he, let me ask, if those who rely upon Mr. Swann again, are again met with the same reward? \ CITIZEN. OPENING OF THE TEHUANTEPEC ROUTE.— The New Orleans Picayune, in announcing the departure, on the 27th ult.,of the Quaker City, the pioneer steam er on the transit route across the Tehuantepec Isth mus, remarks as follows: Since the founding of the city, it is doubtful if an event has occurred so pregnant with beneficial consequences as this. The shortenings of the dis tance to San Francisco and Asia eight days' time hv one single movement, annihilating thousands of miles of travel as suddenly as the shifting of a stage scene, is, in itself a "startling achievement, had we not cause to he so familiar with wonders as almost to have lost the power of being surprised. Its effects upon the direction of the human current that sets westward, and upon the course of the course of the richer portion of the great trade of California and the ancient empires of the East, can be anticipated, when it brings them so much near er to our growing mart. The Picayune regards the Tehuantepec Company as having "laid the foundation for a revolution in trade, which cannot fail to redound to the prosper ity of New Orleans." It predicts that not only will letters and specie go by a route which saves eight days' time, but that important steam connec tions between that city and other commercial I centres are thus made certain. Among the passengers bv the Quaker City, was the Hon. Emile La Sere, President of the Coinpa njr. MAHKIEII, On the 4th instant, by the Rev. D. T. Carnaha*, NICH OLAS 11. NELSON, Esq., to Miss ELIZABETH B. AMOS, both of Harford county, Md. On the 3d instant, by Rev. William Bruce, WALTER STEWART to Miss MARGARET STEWART, both of this city. On the 2d instant, by Rev. Dr. Heiner, WILLIAM BAT TINGEUto Miss ELIZABETH A. SELTZER. On the 28th ultimo, in Washington city, at the residence of Daniel Ratcliffe, Esq., by Rev. John P. Carter. JOHN CALVIN CARTER. M. D., to EMMA IRENE, youngest daughter of the late Luther Ratcliffe, Esq.. all of Balti more city. Oth DIED, only son of Wm u ERD ? nAU(Sn < ageil 3 >" earsl - W OAmMVS&aK, aged 61 AIC on ■- A?w°.h D - . instant, Mrs. EI.IZBETH m 7131 gg£gjgjgfr Jj| " it :/h^MacL" ACKBY r MBRE LLas, more street, 9 doors East of the BHdge. AT COUPLAND'S, No. 40 BALTIMORE STREET, GENTLEMEN'S -URESS HATS. ALL THE DIFFERENT STYLES INTRODICED! Unsurpassed fur elegance and quality. Soft Hals new styles of every grade. Caps of new style. Children's Fancy Hats and Caps—at his usual low prices, multimember the number. 116 It* i CHILDREN'S BEAVER "BLOOMERS." Just received a few Misses and Children's. Drab, Brown | and Black, Beaver "BLOOMERS," untrimmed, at TAY- I I.OR'S, opposite Barnum's. nG 3t A LITTLE BIT CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAP EST. —Fancy, Plain and Common DINNER, TEA, and CHAMBER Sets; INDIA CHINA DINNER Sets; Cut and Moulded Glass in Sets, COAL OIL LAMPS and every ; thing else CHEAP at JOHN A. DOBSON & CO.'S, 2 and 4 N. Charles street. s2O 3m DCLANY & HARRIS, MERCHANT TAILORS, No 46 NORTH HOWARD STREET, Have a well selected stock of French, English and American CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND TESTINGS,- 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 NOURSE & COWAN, MERCHANT TAILORS,! No. 1 NORTH CALVERT STREET, 27 Baltimore, Md. j PHOTOGRAPHS IN OIL COLORS. PHOTOCRAFUS—in India Ink. j PHOTOGRAPHS —in Water Colors. | PHOTOGRAPHS —PIain Mammoth size, j PHOTOGRAPHS— in every style. PHOTOGRAPHS —made every size. PHOTOGRAPHIC TEMPLE OF ART. G. N. BARNARD, ! n2-6m No. 213 Baltimore street. j (From the Missouri Democrat.) UPON PROF. O. J. WOOD, of St. Louis, ! fortune has conferred the honor of having discovered a ! balsamic preparation, which not only promotes the growth of, and beautifies the hair in a high degree, hut restores it when it is gone, or turns it to its original color after it has become gray, fastens it to the scalp and effectually de- I stroys such cutaneous eruptions'as may have been engen ; dered by the use of dyes, essential oils and other injurious 1 applications. The many respectable testimonials which j are offered in its favor, from every part of the country in ! which it has been introduced, leaves no loop for a skeptic to hang a doubt on. It is supplanting all other specifics for the hair, and enjoys a popularity which no other has ever attained. Buv it—tcvt it—and rejoice that your at tention has been directed to it. CAUTION.—Beware of worthless imitations, as several are already in the market, called by different names. Use none unless the words (Professor Woods's Hair Restora tive, Depot, St. Louis, Mo., and New York ,) are blown in the bottle. Sold by all Druggists and Patent M dicine ! Dealers. Also by all Fancy and Toilet Goods Dealers in the United States and Canadas, and by JOHN C. GIVEN, Chinaman's Tea Store, i 0c29 2w 37 and 39 Baltimore street. WE would call llie attention of our readers j to the fine stock of CLOTHING kept by MR. DENNIS, at | the BOYS' ORIGINAL CLOTIIINO STORK, 84X Baltimore st., under Metropolitan Hall. His assortment is one of the best in the city, and his prices cannot fail to please. I oc2B-tX9 JAS. W. GEDDESS, No. 92 MULBERRY STREET, NEAR EUTAW. METAL ROOFING, HOUSE GUTTERS AND SPOUTING. Also, REPAIRING AND BUILDING HOT AIR FUR I NACES, LATROBE STOVES. ocß-dly WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWINa MA CMIXES. NEW AND VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS. DIAGRAM OF THE LOCK STITCH. DOOOOQDQOOG This is the only stitch that cannot be ravelled, and that j presents the same appearance upon each side of the seam. ! ft is made with two threads, one ui>on each side of the | fabric, and interlocked in the centre of it. Send for a Cic | 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 FELT AND COMPOSITION IIOOPINO. . Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing Purposes. | PERFECTLY FIRE PROOF, PERFECTLY WATER PROOF, UNEQUALLED FOR ECONOMY, UNRIVALLED FOR DURABILITY, ADAPTED TO EVERY CLIMATE, For further information address or call on JAS. 11. JOIINBON, No. 2 Jarvis Building, cor. North and j,v26-tf Baltimore streets, Baltimore. MATHERS & IRVIN, No. 224 BALTIMORE STREET, North side, three doors East of Charles, Have received a large asssortinent of the newest styles of CLOTHS, CASSIMERF.S, AND VEBTI N G S ; adapted to the season. They solicit the 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 hand will collect and return the clothes. Call and leave your order and get a list of ! prices, rules and regulations. oc4 d3m SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES, AT 105 BALTIMORE STREET, HAVE BEEN GREATLY REDUCED IN PRICE. ffjT" We are now offering anew family machine at the j LOW PRICE OF FIFTY DOLLARS. i By Hemming guages of every width, binding guages of ; all sizes, are adjusted to our machines. \ By Send for a copy of I. M. Singer k Co.'s Gazette. j ocl-tf W. E. BRODERIC'K, Agent. GEORGE MCKENDUEE TEAL, at the N. E. comer of Baltimore and Frederick streets, has received his Fall supply of CLOTHS, CASSIMEKS and VESTINOS. We are satisfied that persons wishing to economize in articles of dress will save money by purchasing of | him. oc2l 3m MR. I). WASKEY has taken the ware ( rooms lately occupied by Win. 11. Blass. No. 3N. (say st., where he has opened an entirely new and 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 i should have a bottle of his celebrated Polishing Varnish. oc2l-2m J. B. T. PHELPS, Successor to J. TV. Richardson <£• Co., CLOTH HOUSE, EASHIONABLE CLOTH I NO, I AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, 107 BALTIMORE STREET, oc£o tf adjoining the Sun Iron Building, Baltimore. MARYLAND INSTITUTE FAIR. I Visitors will please take notice of the difference in light ; produced by the CARCEL GAS BURNERS ! in the several jpartments of the Institute, in comparison with those in common use. PICTURE GALLERY, 32 BURNERS; J MAIN IIALL, OVER JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE STANDS, 5 BURNERS. Depot fcr this celebrated Burner, No. GO 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 OAS 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 & CHANDLER, ' Agents for the State of Maryland, and District of Colnm j 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. myß-tf SLOAT &. Co.'s NEW .-SHUTTLE SEAVING MACHINA, 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. CHASE, Agent, 529-tf No. 99 Baltimore Street. WE would call the attention of our read j 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 liave on hand a new and splendid style of HATS lor the fall—not surpassed by any in the city. Their $4 00 nats 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,I47 Lexington street, near Howard street, will furnish his patrons with pictures on glass, card-board, plates or canvas; life size or in miniature from nature, or copied in oil, French Pastell or water colors, in a style of superior excellence. He has on hand a full assortment of plain and fancy Cases; also, Gilt Frames, all of the best material. His long experience and attest ed success enables him to assure his patrons complete sat faction or no charge. s7-ly GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY. GIVEN AWAY. i AT EVANS k HOYT'S, AT EVANS & HOYT'S AT EVANS k HOYT'S, AT EVANS fc 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. .goo-iy CORNER OF FREDERICK. G. K. QUAIL, WHI 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 an<f fancy CAPS for Children. FASHIONABLE HAT EMPORIUM, •327-3 m No. 238 West Pratt street. CHINA, GLASS, &C. —The great bargain store is at 105 Baltimore street, two doors below Sun Building, whe re 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 ment id Dinner, Tea and Toilet sets; Blue India China Fine Cutlery and Plated Ware; Coal Oil Lamps, kc., kc. at thy sme very low prices. | / THE DAILY EXCHANGE; NOVEMBER 6, 1858- DOBBIN & WAHFIELD, SOLE AGENTS BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY, oclß tf 36 SECOND STREET. MILLER & BEACHAM'S MUSIC AND PIANO STORE, No. 10 NORTH CHARI.ES ST. Reorders for FOREIGN MUSIC solicited and promptly 1 attended to. oc2o-ly J ] KINDLING WOOD! KINDLING WOOD!! j SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD, OP ANY SIZE, J Sawed and Split by Machinery. Owing to the constantly inci easing demand for this wood, I have greatly increased my facilities for preparing and delivering it. lam now prepared to fill all orders with despatch for OAK or PINE WOOD, of any length or size, delivering it to any part of the city free of cartage, guar anteeing the same quantity that is contained in a cord be- ' fore being sawed and split. JAS. H. JOHNSON, Proprietor City Steam Fire-Wood Mill. ; corner of Baltimore and North streets, over 1 Patriot Office. ! n—p>ON SUNDAY, to-morrow, the Rev. B. vvj A. Maguire, S. J. late President of Georgetown College, will preach in the Cathedral, and a collection will be taken up in aid of the funds of the Young Catho lics' Friend Society. 116 It* D-P, YOUNG CATHOLICS' FRIEND SO CIETY.—The regular monthly Meeting of the YOUNG CATHOLICS' FRIEND SOCIETY, will be held on SUNDAY (to-morrow) EVENING at seven o'clock, at the Rooms No. 182 Baltimore street; business will be sub mitted requiring the consideration of all the members. p6-lt* A. J. BRAND, Rec. Sec. RR -P EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS— ■ The Exhibition of Paintings at the Gallerv of the MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY, will be opened to the public on MONDAY, Bth instant, and we hope will receive that patronage which is so justly due to the col lection. Where there are so many excellent works of art, it would be invidious in a notice like the present to at tempt to discriminate. Every one must judge for himself, but we can commend the Gallery as affording an admirable choice for all tastes on the present occasion. n6 11 (pp&OFPICE OP THE BALTIMORE & IKJ OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY, Bth OUT., 1858. Notice is hereby given that a GENERAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THIS COMPANY will be held at this office on MONDAY, the 15th day of November next, being the third Monday in said month, between the hours of ten and one o'clock, for the purpose of ELECT ING TWELVE DIRECTORS for the ensuing year. The transfer book will be closed from the 25th of October to the 15th November, both days inclusive. oc9-tI6N J. I. ATKINSON, Secretary. HAMILTON HALL. POSTPONEMENT OF THE TWO LECTURES UPON DANTE. In consequence of the inclemency of the weather. PROF. A. M. I)E MONTBURRY begs leave to announce to the literary public of Baltimore, that he will give TWO LECTURES at the HAMILTON HALL, corner of Kutaw and Madison streets, on MONDAY and TUESDAY EVE NINGS, November Bth and 9th. The subject will be "DANTE," The Great Italian Poet—the founder of the Italian lan guage. and the creator of Modern Poetry. Single tickets 50 cents; for the Course £l—to be had at WUlig's Music Store, Waters' and Lucas' Bookstores. n6-3t MUr PI iY & C '<). 'S 1 10LLKfl N OF NEW BOOKS. Carlyle's Life of Frederick the Great; vol. 1. Sedgewick's Memoirs of Joseph Curtis. I lonian's Cyclopedia of Commerce. Staunton's Chess Player's Companion, j Staunton's Chess Tournament. | Bohn's Hand-book of Games, j Hoyle's Games; a new edition. New York to Delhi—by Minturn. I The Thousand and One Days; a Companion to the "Ara bian Nights;" illustrated. Age of Chivalry—by Bulfinch. ! Tales and Romances of 1 lend rick Conscience; 6 vols. 1 Reid on The Steam Engine; illustrated, j Sam Slick in Texas. I The Clock-maker—by Sam Slick. | New and beautiful Juvenile Books. Life of Washing 1 ton—by Cecil. A Will and a Way. Seed Time and Har vest. Faber's Tales of the Angels. With a large and varied stock of Books in General Lit crature, School, Classical and Juvenile Books, Blank 1 Books, Paper and Stationery, all of which they are pre ' pared to sell wholesale and retail at the lowest prices. MURPHY k CO., Booksellers and Publishers, Printers and Stationers, 1 116 It 182 Baltimore street. PIANOS! PIANOS!! ' "IL FL? THE PEST PIANOS ARE i \l j W II J CHICKERiNG k SONS. They have received the highest awards whenever they have come in competition with other makers, and at the recent Fair of the Maryland Institute, TIIE GOLD MEDAL. ! For sale only by I. T. STODDARD, No. 4 South Calvert street, 1 IK?" Pianos Tuned, Repaired and Rented. 116-tf jyjANUFACTURED TOBAC< '< T. :S. E. White, pounds People's Favorite, pounds ( J.A.Clay, 44 Planter's Choice, " ! Fancy Tom, " Wighcocornico, " W. H. Vaden, " J.Mason, " : Corner Stone, " R.H.Lewis, " s. Croso, " Belle Creole, " i Edm'd Hall, " Duncan. " j C.T.Wills, 44 Bill Hixson, " G. S. Pace k Son, " Sam'l Ward, " I Superior, " Shelton k Clay, 1 Star of Franklin, 44 Lone Star, 4% L.H.Powell, 44 M.M. Fisher, 44 ) Leftorich "Croso," 44 Jas. Miller, 44 Ringgold, 44 J. Jones, 44 P. Pugh, " Carper's Mountain Dew, " 1 G. G. Curie, 44 j May Fly, 44 Seminole Chief, 44 Holly, " j Wm. Smith, 44 j Blanch Bertran, 44 R.E.Gibson, 44 Uncle Tom, " j Ferguson & Booth's Cal- I XL. " ifornia brand, 44 P. Loyd, 44 j Economy, 44 J. Brown, " IL. J. Barnes, 44 J. 11. Wilson. 44 i J. S. Turner, 44 HALF POUNDS. ! Mustang. I Nonpareil, 1 Carter Jackson, Daughter of the Regiment, I Our Country, | Pine Apple. FIVES. ! Carter Jackson, I Cliickahominy, I Sydenham, Consoler of Man, Thos. 11. Allen, I Cyrus W. Fields. TENS. j Carter Jackson, I Jno. Amos, Chickahoiuin}', | R. 11. Sandford. TWISTS. j Peaches k Cream, foil. % G.J.Trotter's R.ArR., % kegs. boxes. G. T. Pace, 44 " " : D.P. Wetcher,R.&R.,in kegs. P. Early. 44 \ 44 j Mollie Pace, moist, in X bxs. Kentucky Leaf Shipping 10's. I For sale by W ARWICK, FRICK BALL, n6-tf 60 South street. PUBLIC ATTKNTiON IS GALLED TO to the greatest Specific ever known for gravel, dropsy ' and cancer and clipped mercurial spinal rheumatics, and without the knife, when some judge there cries fiem the operation of 18 surgeons of Europe and America, and saved life in three minutes, is this day saved our first citizen two years crippled spinal, gravel, &c., and at an expense of over SSOO relieved the first night and restored in nine days wonder. Great U. S. cures the moat violent agues in three minutes, Saturday, P. M., 25th, 1858. This Specific carries no allurement, such as handsome, attractive delineators, all their merit to decoy the poor afflicted by travelling seasonable quacks. I believe that it was Byron's ode on Dean Swift, making believe that a French frog nicely spiced would cure an English lady. Her Grace, of consumption. But be is the only physician that cures. It is the boldness of honest merit sealed by public justice, and which demands public satisfaction to know where are the cures, and who is the curer,when it is known that it is no other than our humble fellow-citizen, Indian Herb Doctor, Robert Delaney, late of the South, where he has forever immortalized his family and female medal hooks of cures, sweeping from all kinds of Doctors and hospitals most dreadful womb disease, fever agues, coughs, asthma, palsy and fits, cancers, piles, fistulas, tetters, mercurial cancers,constrictions and crippled rheu matics, the same as he is now saving the lives of their made deluded cripples,lame and blind, public justice no such word as gratis only to the poor to cure. For know proud man God's gift you can't take away, his stewardship is accountable at the awful judgment day. and whilstknowing that great man P. Beeeher. M. D., R. P.. his immortal talent and researches in both Europe and America, whilst he culled the lilly and the rose of reform but forgotten when the frog was bitten by a snake it flies to the herb plantain; the dog to rib grass, chick wood and sculcap. and with his Indian cancer, Wahoo roots, barks and herbs, kc. From his house top scaled by some of the first respect in our community, before our Magistrates, J. P. and public journals, Georgia, S. C., and our Baltimore 1 American. Sun and Exchange journals, only from June sth to date. Oct. 30th. 1858. Saves life in 3 minutes of the most violent poisons, dreadful maladies,fevers,black vomit, plagues and epidemics, fevers and agues, hone evers; and with his Indian plasters and salves saves life of all kinds of dropsy, gravel, cancers, tetters, piles, fistulas, coughs, p asthma and first stage of consumption, immediate relief or no charge but for the bottles compound Medicines. His proud American eagle, ship and trophies, mc-dal sign, No. 8 Marsh Market Space, third door from Balti more street, fronting our Maryland Institute, Baltimore, Md., U. S. See a sketch from this humble llerh Doctor, writing and letter, his specific for all female weakness to the great P. Beeeher. in this day's Baltimore Exchange | journal, Oct. 30th, 1858, speak for itself; also his letter to the French and South Professors 011 the cholera and dread ful maladies, published in our American 1848. ByObserve his small 25 cent 3 07.. Magic Pain Killer is 1 kept and carried by doctors and ministers, public officers, and all travellers; saves life in 3 minutes of most violent Gramps, Cholics, Bloody Flux, Sick Stomach and Head- Ache and Sea Sickness, and all internal and external Hemorrhages, Sores, Bruises, Pains and llurt3, and Frost i ed Feet. his U. S. G.. for cure of any Fever and Ague in 3 minutes, this Saturday, Oct. 6th, 1858, Baltimore SLIN - 116-I t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT application will be made at the coming session of the City Council, to open and condemn that portion of 1 Calhoun street, not yet opened, lying between the south side of Saratoga street and north side of Lex'ington. And also, that application will be made at same time to close the eastern portion of an alley twenty feet wide run ning from Republican street westerly parallel to Lexing ton street, and 155 feet north thereof, between Republican street and a line distant 157 feet westerly from the same. n6-law9w I SALE OF MORTGAGED FRO ffijjjl PERT Y.—Under a decree of the Cireuit Court for Bal- city, the undersigned. Trustee, will sell at 1 public sale, on SATURDAY, the 27th8Hay of November, . 1858. at 1 o'clock, P. M.,on the premises, the one undivided ( third part of a lot of ground in fee simple, in the city of Baltimore; the said Lot beginning at the distance of sixty -1 six feet northerly from Hamburg street, and running ' thence northerly on Leadenhall street, thirteen feet six inches; thence easterly parallel with Hamburg street, one hundred and seventy-five feet to the easterly line of Ridge ! ly's addition to Baltimore city; thence southeasterly bounding on said line, fifteen feet nine inches to intersect I a line drawn from the beginning parallel with Hamburg street, and thence with the last mentioned line, parallel with Hamburg street, one hundred and eighty-four feet to 1 the place of beginning; subject to the lease of a small part of said lot of ground made by W. Gannon, to one Daniel Hammerbaclier, dated the 27th day of April, 1853, and re corded among the land records of Baltimore city in liber, E. D., No. 35, folio 281, kc. The property is improved by a THREE-STORY BRICK HOUSE, now rented for BJ£ dollars a month. Tei-ms of Sale —one-half cash, the residue in three months, with interest and satisfactory security. 116-dts _ _ WILLIAM P. IIOOPES, Trustee. C GROUND NUTS.—'2OO bags African, for Tsale by SCHWARTZ A- DIX. 117 Lombard st. n6 tf STAPLES AND SICILY WALNUTS.— _L x 100 bags prime, for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX, 117 Lombard street. n6-tf CURRANTS. —In casks and carotts, for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX. 117 Lombard st. n6 tf RAISINS. —100 boxes "Valencia," for sale hy F.DWARD L. PALMER. 4 Bowly's wharf. n6 tf CRANBERRIES. —25 bbls. "Eastern," for sale by EDWARD L. PALMER, 4 Bowly's wharf. nO-tr PECAN NUTS.—SO bags large, tor sale by EDWARD L. PALMER, 4 Bowly's wharf. n6 tf gWEET CIDER.—3OO gallons Cider, pure 3o'bhJs. N. E. RUM, 25 bbls. CIDER VINEGAR; 100 bbls. EXTRA FLOUR; 200 bbls. OLD WHISKEY; 50 bbls. Susquehanna HERRIXGS; For sale by J. F. MILI.F.R & CO.. n5-l w _ 79 Bowly's wharf. PORK. —100 bbls. Mess and Clear Mess and 50 bbls. prime Pork, for *nlo by JOSEPH CAR SON &CO. _ ' n5-tf BACON. —Prime Smoked Shoulders, Sides and Hams, for sale by JOSEPH CARSON k CO. n5-tf A CARD. —OLD ENGLAND; A Pictorial Museum of Antiquities with 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 O. E. Agency, 76 Barre street. Balto. g y ' Sole Agent, J. PERRY. N 5 6t* SANGSTER & CO., London. USINESS WANTED.—Any one having a good and reliable established cash business to dis pose of in an unobjectionable neighborhood, and where one can do well, may hear of a good cash customer by ad dressing Immediately, with full particulars, CHARLES Z. JONES. n5-2t* Baltimore Post Office. OFFICE OF THE SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMP'Y. INSURANCE BUILDINGS, NO. 49 AY ALL STREET. NEW YORK, OCTOBER 27. 1858. THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT OF THE AFFAIRS OF THIS COMPANY is published in conformity with the requirements of the 10th section of the Act of its incor poration: Premiums on unexpired risks on the 4th Oct., 1857 $312.819 47! Premiums received during the year to 4th Oct., 1858: On Marine Risks $888,673 86 On Inland do 53,633 40 On Fire do 19,195 34—5961,502 60 Total amount of Premiums $1,274,322 07 ! Amount of earned Premiums during the year. $1,026,299 52 ; Do. return Premiums 97,432 67 1 Net Earned Premiums $928,866 85 Losses during the same period: On Marine Risks,(less savings,&c) $493,624 52 On Inland do 48,640 98 On Fire do 294 97 542,560 47 Expenses and Re-insurances 93,185 26—5635,745 73 Net Profits ... $293,121 12 The ASSETS of the Company on the 4th of October, 1858, were as follows, viz: Real Estate and Bonds and Mortgages $492,500 00 I Stocks. Loans on Stocks, Accrued Interest on Bonds and Mortgages,and Loans, Rents on Real Estate. Salvages, &c 459,742 01 Cash 157,621 06! Bills Receivable 604,871 09 j Premium Accounts not yet Collected 6.824 62 Scrip of sundry Insurance Companies, esti mated. including $25,160 of the Company's own Scrip 40.291 57 Total $1,761,850 35 The Board of Trustees have this day directed that a Dividend of Interest, to Ist November, 1858. be declared of SIX PF.R CENT, on the outstanding Scrip of the Com pany, payable on and after that day. That a Dividend of TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT, in Scrip to the dealers with the Company on their Terminated j Premiums of the past year, be issued after the 31st De- ( cember next; that FORTY PER CENT, of the Scrip of ; 1852, be paid in Cash, after the 31st December next, and j that $121,000 be added to the former RESERVED CAPITAL, : thereby making said CAPITAL to exceed THIRTEEN HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. By order of the Board, JOHN WHITEHEAD. Secretary, j C. OLIVER O'DONNELL, Agent in Baltimore, n4 3taw3m Mo. 51 Exchange Place. J AND LONDON FIRE AXI) LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 5G WALL-ST., NEW YORK. ESTABLISHED IN 1836. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $10,000,000. THE CASH INVESTMENTS OP THIS COMPANY NOW EXCEED FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. INVESTED IN THE UNITED STATES, UPWARDS OP SEVEN HUNDRED & FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. VEAELV REVENUE, TWO AND ONE QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS. THE LIABILITV OF THE ENTIRE BODY OF SHAREHOLDERS UNLIMITED. DIRECTORS IN NEW YORK: JAMES BROWN, Esq Chairman. FRANCIS COTTENET, Esq., Deputy Chairman. GEORGE BARCLAY, Esq., I JOS. GAILLARD, Jr., Esq. EUGENE DUTILH, Esq., | ED. F. SANDERSON, Esq. JOSEPH FOWLER, Esq., } WM. S. WETMORE, Esq. Resident Secretary ALFRED PELL, Esq. BALTIMORE, Sept. 15,1858. Policies issued on first class risks to amount of $40,000 — at the lowest existing rates of the Baltimore Companies. WM. F. MURDOCH, Agent, Dugan's Ruilding, Ist door above the "Exchange," Lom bard street, and No. 15 South Charles st. slo-d2w&2awlyr DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY IN SURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania 18.35. MARINE INSURANCE, On Vessels, Cargo, Freights, to all parts of the World. INLAND INSURANCES, On Goods by Rivers, Canals, Lakes and land Carriages to all parts of the Union. FIRE INSURANCES, On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelling Hou ses, A c. ASSETS OF THE COMPACT, November, 2d, 1857, $702,785 37. WILLIAM MARTIN, President. THOMAS C. HAND, Vice President. HENRY 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 be made at their agency in Baltimore. HENRY A. DIDIER, je2l-tfr Commercial Building, Gay street. 'pREASURY DKPA HTM KM', A COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE. Mr. THOMAS D. JOHNSTON, Agent of the following Insurance Companies, lias duly complied with the LAW relating to the "AGENCIES OF FOREIGN CORPORA TIONS," passed March 8,1858. W. H. PURNELL, Comptroller. MARINE INSURANCE. THE MERCANTILE MUTUAL. MARINE. INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK, EI.LWOOD WALTER, President. Assets January 1,1858, NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS Scrip and Cash Dividend TWENTY'EIGHT AND OXR HALF PERCENT. 1 OPEN AND SPECIAL POLICIES ISSUED ON THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. PREMIUMS LIBERALLY CREDITED. THGS. D. JOHNSTON, lit SECOM) STREET. SECURITV TIRE. INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $200,000. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY THOS. 1) JOHNSTON, PHENTJTFSWE. INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $280,000. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAIDY THOS. D. JOHNSTON, NEW WORLD PIKE. INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $234,000. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY THOS. D. JOHNSTON, RESOLUTI FIRE. INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $240,000. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY THOS. D. JOHNSTON, ALBRMARLE.ITRU. INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SIBB,OOO. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY THOS. D. JOHNSTON, LYNCHBURC. INSURANCE CO. OF VA. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SIBI,OOO. POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY THOS. D. JOHNSTON, INIUHANCT COMPANY OF THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $354,000. POLICIES IS3UED. LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY THOS. L>. JOHNSTON, The stock of the above Companies ranges from 30 to 60 per cent, above par, and they pay annual dividends of 16 to 20 per cent. Their assets are invested in the mostreliable and availa ble securities, and are ample for an}' emergency which Cbuld arise under thesagacious jurisdiction which controls their operations. JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. ocO-T.Tll&stfr Ci OLD WATCHES— ~ T MANUFACTURED BY JURGF.NSEN, FRODSHAM, NARDIN, COOPER, PATEK, PHILIPPE!* CO., RUSSELL * SON, FRENCH, MORRIS k CO., STODDA RI), HENRY CAPT, WM. DIXON, DAVID TAYLOR. THOMAS B LUND ELL, JOS'H JOHNSON, COWDEROY, liUTTON, E. D. JOHNSON, Imported by CAN FIELD, BRO k CO, 229 Baltimore street. ALSO—AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED AMEBIC A N WA T CII. The above Watches are all guarantied to perform accu rate time. FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. C. B. & CO., are prepared to Case Watch Move ments in all the various styles and at the shortest notice. n2-vo3tr WHOLESALE PUR* CHASERS 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 k 203 BALTIMORE STREET, which in variety, style of Goods and low prices will com pare favorably with any establishment in the United States. OUR RETAIL STOCK (FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT,) presents a magnificent stock in every department of the trade. sio-tr HAMILTONIEASTBR k CO. (QHARLESTXIJEKORD & GO7, TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND IMPORTERS OP 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 Nortli Carolina, and through them we are regularly supplied with all the various grades of Chewing Tobacco. HAVANA CIGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO. Our arrangements for supplies of Cigars and Leaf To bacco, through our Agent, who resides in Havana, enable us to offer as large an assortment of the various qualities as any house in the United States. AMERICAN LEAF TOBACCO. We have always on hand Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Con ' necticut, Ohio, and other kinds, suitable for home trad and exportation; also, SNUFFS, SMOKING AND FINE CUT CHEWING TOBA CCO, PIPES AND TOBACCO KNIVES, jylO-tf LIQUORICE. TONQITA BEANS, ko. f AUINTESSENCE, D'EAU DE CO- > VFC LOGNE AMBREE. CANFIELD, BRO. & CO., have just imported an invoic of this delightful perfume, for sale by the quantity and a ETALIJ P-OIR.COR 8 29 tf gIiIRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS! MADE TO ORDER FOB For $1.50 null $1.75. AT R AYMOND'S 36 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, Oil A I. TO ANY MADE ELSEWHERE For $2.00 and $250. A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED ! A great variety of UNDER SHIRTS AND DRA WERS Adapted to the fall trade. BOYS' SHIRTS, Of all sizes. TIES, SCARFS, GLOVES, HDKFS, &C., kc., of new styles, Embracing every article usually kept in a first class GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS STORE, ALL AT s2l3mr VERY LOW PRICES. A I BREY & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, slB-t No. 61 Exchange Place. Baltimore OFFICE OF THE MARYLAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB, D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. DEAN, ADAMS AND DEAN & coi ;rs REVOLVERS, small size. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. PI RDY'SS, LA NT ASTKII'.S Ami MEAN, Adams' k Dean's GUNS, imported to order, by D. B. THIMBLE, au3o tf 200 Baltimore street. QINGLE AND ~DOUBL E ~ BARREL DUCK GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, an2B tf 200 Baltimore street. JL GUN, by Westly Richards. D. B. TRIMBLE, an2B-tf 2IK) Baltimore street. DOUBLE BARRELL BIRD GUNS—BY Richards, Manton, Greener, Moore, and all English makers; for sale by D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. BOYS 5 SINGLE AND DOUBLE BAR BELL BIRD GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, &u2B-tf 2(H) Baltimore street. I FRENCH BRKEOII LOADING SHOT GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2S tf 206 Baltimore street. IN VERY ARTICLE IN THESPORTING JLLf LIN E, to be had at THE SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE, I). B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. DE( '(J V I )U(3KS, ;it Manufacturers' pnces I>. B. TRIMBLE, an2B-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 AXD SURGICALLY. OFFICE, 71 N. CHARLES ST., , 524-tf Baltimore, Mil. K~ INN E'S'I3I I ACKSTONR ~ THE MOST MATERIAL PARTS OE ItL ACK STONE* S COM ME XT A HIES. Reduced to Questions and Answers. By John C. Peve reux. Counsellor at Law. Upon the plan and in place of j Kinnc's BL.ckstone. For salehv CUSHI.VGS A: BAILEY, Law Booksellers. | n4~3t 262 Baltimore street. EXCHANGE" I BILLS ON LONDON AND PARIS, IN SUMS TO SUIT, AT ALL TIMES, for sale by oc2B-tfr McKIM & CO. REMOVAL! REMOVAL,! i Owing to the immense increase in my business, i I have removed to the elegant store. No. 92 NORTH ! HOWARD STREET, REN WICK'S BUILDING—where may he found the most complete stock of FRENCH PLATE, PIER, WALL AND MANTLE MIRRORS, to be had in the citv. I PORTRAIT and PICTURE FRAMES, square and oval, ; of every description, always on hand on the most pleasing ■ terms. Call aud examine. W.M. MoGREW, No. 92 North Howard st., oe2s~tf Renwick's Building, Baltimore, Md. OFFICE OK TDK HOARD OK < T ON TROL AND REVIEW, BALTIMORE. November 2, I 1858.—NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Books con- I tainiug the Record of th" Assessment made in conformity I with the ordinance entitled **An ordinance for the gene ral valuation ami Assessment of property in the city of I Baltimore;" approved Mav 26th, 1858. WILL BE OPEN ED FOR PUBLIC EXAMINATION, at the cilice of the Board I of Control and Review, northeast corner of North ami | Fayette streets, on the 15th day of November, instant, and will remain open, for examination, daily until the 15th I day of January. 1859. The said Board will meet daily. ; during the time specified, between the hours of 10 o'clock. A. M. and 4 o'clock. P. M.. t hear and determine I complaints and appeals relating to said assessment. F. LITTIG SHAFFER. , nB-dtNls&2awtJals Pres. Board of C. A R. UNION BANK OF MARYLAND, Octo ber 29, 1858.—DIVIDENDS UNCLAIMED for three I years and upwards : | Henry Austin $105.38 Barney Hinson $648.12 John Allen 253.12 Ann Neil.son 406.87 Mary Bo wen 252.00 Jere. Russell 63.93 | .Mary Ann Br ice 81.00 John Wilson 78.12 I DEPLSITES UNCLAIMED for throe years and upwards: • W. 11. Green sos.ooClark k Dorsey $11.48 j S. Bevan&Co 10.33 Statham.Smithson&Co 9.07 S. O. Hoffman, Trustee 33.50 Edward Miller 7.44 ; John Carre re 16.10 Pendexter Alden.... 604 I A. Bierne 4.15 George R. Price 5.30 j oc3o-law3w K. MICKLE, Cashier. N EW LUMBER YARD. S . WILLIS. (laic of thi' firm of Willis if- Co.) LUMBER MERCHANT, COR. OF EAST FALLS AND EASTERN AVENUES, Baltimore, Is prepared to furnish LUMBER in all its varieties, both for BUILDING and SHIPPING purposes, and respectfully j solicits the patronage of his former customers, and the I public generally. Orders received for BRICKS, LIME j and HAIR. . n I tf WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, &c. BAKER BROTHERS k CO., | JVos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, Importers of French and Manufacturers of Baltimore WINDOW CLASS, DRUGGISTS' GLASS WARE, VIALS, BOTTLES, JARS, FLASKS, ETC. IMPORTERS AND AGENTS FoR TIIF. SALE OP . Aluui, Roll Brimstone, a I Copperas, Castile Soap, | Epsom Salts, Castor Oil, • Saleratus, I.inseed oil, j Bi-Carb. Soda, White Lead, J Sal Soda, Chrome Green, i Refined Saltpetre. Chrome Yellow, 1 Borax. s3-ly Paints in Oil, all kinds. J (COFFINS. COFFINS.~ HAYS & MORSE, CARVERS AND MANUFACTURERS OP CO M POSITI o N (> R N A M E NTS. No. 41 CLAY STREET, NEAR PARK. BALTIMORE. Having commenced the manufacture of COFFINS, they j offer to the Trade, Wholesale and Retail, a complete as j sortment of MAHOGANY AND WALNUT COFFINS, made of the best seasoned materials, and of the most ap : proved patterns. These Coffins being innde so as to be j 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 L 4 W. For terms, apply as above. ocl2 ly | IMPORTANT ~ ifZ ) TO THE PUBLIC. Of J) * i The undersigned most respectful- (T.L=sz^ 3 ' ly invites the Medical Faculty, Druggists and the public i in general to call ami examine the great improvement of j his late GLASS I'AD TRUSS, patented October 7th, i 1855, and recommended by the principal Surgeons and i ; Doctors of the United States as the only and best Truss 3 for the support and radical cure of Hernia, suitable for I Men, Women and Children. He has received the patent l from P'ngland and France. ( | Truss applied free of charge. ! Price of Single Truss $3: Double Truss $5. A liberal i discount allowed to Druggists. Manufacturer of Prof. N. R. Smith's FRACTURE APPARATUS . CHAS. C. RKINHARDT, Manufacturer of Surgical Instruments, 7 North Gay street, near Baltimore, I s2B 6m (Late 0. C. Reinhardt. Light st.) CT APRON IV CO., ' SHIPPING AXD GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. I Liberal cash advances made on consignments to our friends in LIVERPOOL, LONDON, HAVRE, MAH | SKILI.KS, and all ports in IRELAND. nl tf IYIRL IT TREES. . .1, HENRY GREEN'WAY & Co., 48 G. CALVERT ST., Agents for A. Saul A: Co.'s HIGHLAND NURSERIES, Xewburgh, N. Y., successors to A. J. Downing k Co. iil tf STORAGE WILL BE RECEIVED ON Othe first floor of Warehouse No. ti_", South Gav street. CAPRON & CO. ' 1,3 tf WESTERN PRODUC *E. 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 Did Rye WHISKEY; One hundred and fifty bbls. Rye WHISKEY; Fifteen bbls. C. Alexander's celebrated old Bourbon cop per distilled, warranted pure and very choice; Five bbls. choice flavored pure Malt WHISKEY; just received and for sale by B. T. ELDER, 120 S. Eutaw street, opposite n3 tf Balto. k Ohio R. R. Depot REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS—EX tensive lists Real Estate, desirable for temporary or permanent investments, mar always be consulted at our office. F. G. WATERS k SON. 0c26-tf Brokers, No. 3 Law Buildings. ROOFING PAPER.—(Tarred and Plain,) a prime lot just received and for sale hv 3. -V. DUSHANE, No. 40 South Charles street, ocgMf near Lombard st., Baltimore, lid. POE & HOWARD, WAREHOUSE, NO. 69 PRATT STREET, NEAR BOWLY'H WHARF, Manufacture SASH, I)(M)RS, BLINDS, FRAMES, and all kinds of SASH FACTORY WORK. Also, furnish every description of BUILDING MATE RIALS. oc3o tfr FACTORY LOCUST POINT, BALTO. WALKER & CO., C L 0 TIUF.RS, WASHINGTON BUII.DINGS, BALTIMORE STREET, ocll tfr Between Light and Calvert streets. f\ CASS Aid) TSON. VT. PORK PACKERS, HAM CURERS, AND DEALERS IV PROVISIONS GENERALLY, Nos. 407 AND 4O9 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, D 3 tf Buitimore. NEW STYLE TOWELL RACKS.— 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 CORTLAX k CO., Importers and Dealers in House-furnishing Goods of every n3-tf . description. 216 and 218 Balto. St. 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 •treets. (lie tf BURNS k SLOAN. (Shuts. TirANTED.—Heavy Rough White Oak j ▼ f Pipes and Hhd. Staves,apply to LAMBERT GIT TINGS, No. 58 Buchanan's wharf n :; tf TI7AM TJEJD.—A \<)l TH, in a Countmg ? ▼ room, on the wharf. Address 11. I)., at this office, with references in the handwriting of the applicant. 0c26 lw ____ j < WANTED. —A well secured Ground , j Rent of about $2,500; apply to gll-tf J'. H. SULLIVAN, No. 24 Second st. WANTED TO RENT.—A small Dwell- , ing within ten minutes walk of South and Balti- 1 more streets, rent not to exceed $l5O. Address IN QUIRER, office of Pally Exchange. % , M "WANTED.—A comfortable three-story j DWELLING, with passage and back-building, in the ; Western part of the city, but East of Fremont st.— ; Rent not more tlian $350. Please address A. G. at this of' fiee. s7-tf^ ttTOCK. HOUSE IO —or- JOHXSTON BROTHERS & CO., 198 BALTIMORE STREET. We attend PROMPTLY to the purchase and sale on Commission of Stocks and Securities. Orders executed at the BALTIMORE AND NEW YORK BOARDS. STOCKS CARRIED. ! We are always prepared to carry Stocks upon reasonable terms. EXCHANGE AND BANKING DEPARTMENT. We pay particular attention to the purchase and sale of • UNCURRENT MONEY, and are enabled from our active j reciprocal correspondence with the PRINCIPAL BANKS J of the country, to buy at very low rates. DISCOUNTING TIME PAPER AXD LENDING MONEY ON COLLATERALS. We are constant lenders of Money and purchasers of Paper. Our large capital and constant control of money ; I enables us to offer every inducement to b rrowers. COLLECTIONS. Have special care with PROMPT RETURNS AT LOW I RATES. JOITXSTON BROTHERS d CO., ; oc7-tf BANKERS. pwi.l. OPENING E —OF— RICH AND BEAUTIFUL DRY GOODS. ! Comprising all the newest and most attractive styles In SILK ROBES, A TABLEAU ROBES, A LKZ; ROBES, A DOUBLE JUPE; SILKS, by the yard in great variety. Also, a complete assortment of • PRINTED MERINOS; DELAINES; POPLIN'S; 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. I P. S.—A large and well selected stock of Housekeeping and DOMESTIC GOODS. Also, a full assortment of GI.OTHS and CASSIMERES, for Men's and Boy's wear. n3tr WROTH & FULLKKTON, 85 Baltimore St. InjRS! FURS! FURS! A. SIGMUND, ! No. 225 Baltimore street, near Charles, and 31 Baltimore ; street, near Maryland Institute, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN FURS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Full sets of RUSSIA SABLE, MINK, MINK SABLE FITCII, STONE MAR TIN, CHINCHILLA, WA TER MINK, ROCK MARTIN, SIBE RIAN SQUIRREL, &c., Ac., Ac. FUR.MINDILLAS, MUFFS, CUFFS, GEN TLEMEN'S FUR COLLARS, FANCY FUR TRIMMINGS, And FANCY SLEIGH ROBES. The trade may be assured, that at no place in the city can be found a larger or more select assortment of any of the above aitides than here, and as every piece is manu factured in the establishment under my own immediate direction, I will warrant the goods of a SUPERIOR OR DER of make, and am prepared to sell as CHEAP if not i CHEAPER than any other house. I £7* Furs altered at the shortest notice. s2B-d4m A. SIQMTTND. PHCENIX STEAM MARBLE WORKS, I ESTABLISHED 1820, CORNER SHARP AND GERMAN STREETS. j Persons owning family lots in public cemeteries or pri ! vatc burial grounds, are respectfully invited to call before , i purchasing elsewhere, and examine the stock of MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEADSTONES, Ac., j Of the best American and Italian marble, now finished and for sale at the above establishment. The assortment, I which is large, embraces original designs and of choice ! selections from the most appropriate and beautiful artists' > structures in modern use. Also, MARBLE STATUES i GARDEN VASES, FOUNTAINS, and other ornaments j appropriate for Gardens, Dwellings, or Grave lots, con- j stantly on hand. ALEXANDER GADDESS. Proprietor, Steam Marble Works "VIEW YORK STEAM ll SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT, OFFICE 14*2 LEXIXUTOX STREET. HALT. We would beg to call call the attention of the public to the fact that we are prepared to do, in the most superior manner, every description of SILK 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 $ ade of VELVET, SILK or WOOLEN GOODS, and do not requre the ripping of the same, excepting in cases where it would he of decided benefit so to do. Par ticular attention paid to CAMEL'S HAIR, WHITE, CRAPE, and other SHAWLS, LACE CURTAINS, SILK DRESSES, EM BROIDERIES, MERIXOES. KID GLOVES, &E. 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 he prepared by a regular tailor, thus insuring a proper finish. sel44hnr OLDEST ESTABLISHED STAND IN THE CITY. ANDREW E. WARNER, No. 10 N. GAT STREET, MA N UFA CTURER OF SILVER WARE AND FINE GOLD JEWELRY, AXO DEALER IN SILVER PLATED WARE, AND FANCY ARTICLES GENERALLY, Has in store a beautiful assortment of New Styles and I Patterns of Rich Jewelry and Silver Ware suitable for presents, embracing a great variety < f Set and Plain Gold BROOCHES; Mosaic, Carbunkle, C ral, Pearl, Lava, Cameo, Etruscan, Ac., EAR RINGS: r RACK LETS; FIN R RINGS, set with Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, Pearl i Opal, A"c ; Ladies' GOLD CHAIN'S; Vest and Guard Chains; Miniature LOCK ETS; Gold Thimbles; Cuff But ! tons and Pins; Signet, Chased and Plain Gold Rings, Pen cils and Pens; Sleeve BUTTONS and STUDS; Gold and j Jet Crosbes; Jet Bracelets, Pins and Ear Rings; IIAIR j JEWELRY of beautiful designs. &u ' Also a complete assortment of Rest Quality Heavy Sil ver Plated TEA SETTS, Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Cake Baskets, Fruit. Batter 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 Hp KELLY & SON, -I • MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 3 LIBERTY STREET, Have received a full assortment of the newest STYLES OF GOODS IN THEIR LINK, FOR THE FA L L AND WIN TE R SE ASO X t , and respectfully solicit a call from their customers and KJTo cash purchasers a liberal deduction will be made ■3B-3n>r BOGGS, COTTMAN & (XL, Nos. 44 and 40 LOMBARD STREET, OPPOSITE PUBLIC STORES, BALTIMORE. IMPORTERS OF WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, SEGARS, Ac. WHOLESALE DEALERS IX I) OMES TIC LIQU()RS, C0KI) I A LS, &o. Cognac & Rochelle Brandies,(Old Rye Whiskey, of differ- Pale and Dark. ent qualities . Holland (Jin. German Tonic Bitters. Jamaica & Santa Cruz Rum. Peach, ] Scotch and Irish Whiskey. Cherry, Madeira, Sherry, Port Lis- Lavender, (R. I bon, Malaga, Champagneißaspberry, f r,ln ' u9 ' and Claret Wines. Blackberry, I Havana & Principe Segars. Ginger, I i ,jy29-tf Cordials, various qualities. I A UGH LIN'S -A GENTLEMEN'S FASHION ALE BOOT, SHOE AND GAITER ESTABLISH MENT. Having just received a fresh lot of French work, (in cluding MELIES* manufacture.) a direct importation. I can guarantee to my customers entire satisfaction in any i of the articles enumerated below: Glazed Opera Boots a lCalfSkin Boots, i. c I ' Glazed Elastic Gaiter " *3 (Cork Sole Boots, ! blazed Button Gaiter " ~| 3 Elastic Calf Caiter Boots Glazed Holier Shoes, 2u £ Cork Sole Gaiters, S > | Glazed Vilie Shoes, 2 * Molier Calf Shoes, Glazed Pump Shoes, - Kid-top High Louis. Also, on hand of my own manufacture, . OI'BLE SOLE I BOOTS, DOUBLE SOLE GAITERS, DOUBLE SOI.E WALK ING SHOES, &c., Ac. These articles are all made up during the summer months so that at the present time , they are well seasoned and warranted inferior to none in the market. THOMAS LAUGHLIN, No. 2 St. Paul st., . opp. Hie Bank .f Baltimore. sIG-d3m I ETW. KURTZ fCHASrPXB, WILLIAM B. BABftT FRANCIS B. LONET, ROBERTS. FINLEY IRVIX XEALE HARDWARE.— SCHAEFFER & T.OXEY, IMPORTERS OF HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, NO. 3 IIANOVER STREET, NEAR BALTIMORE STREET, Jyl-tf BALTIMORE. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SIL, T * VER WARE. ] W . B. I. ARM OUR, j No. 10 Light st., opposite the Fountain Hotel, Light St., j invites the attention of purchasers to his nt w stock of fine i GOLD ami SILVER CASKS, and warrant" d splendid time keepers. Also, a choice stock of French and American JEWELRY, of the latest patterns; Sterling Silver and ! Albata Ware of every variety of style; Cold and Steel j Spectacles; Eye Class; Clocks; Liquor Stands; Fancy ; Goods, &c., at low prices. Watches and Jewelry repaired in the best manner. ocjj tf r MOUNT VKIINON CO„ OFEIOE, No. 94 LOMBARD STUP.IT, Manufacturers of COTTON CANVAS. ALSO RAVEN'S DUCK, SEINE AND SEWING TWINE. a. I. S. McOLKGLAN, ~~ FASHION A RLE HATTER, No. 343 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR KUTAW Manufacturer and Dealer in HATS, CAPS, CHILDREN'S FANCY GOODS, UMBRE' LAS, and all goods usually kept in a first-class 8-3 mr Reteil Hat St< re. r pu E CALVERTOX L COPPER SMITH WORKS, No. 94 NORTH CALVERT SREET AM I'RF.PARED T<> MAKE TO ORDER OR REPAIR, ALL KINDS OF COPPER WORK, AT SHORT NOTICE. ! 1W) JOHN M. BRUCE MONL MEN TA I . 11l I ASS wo UK's. No. 44 IloiLinAY ST GEORGE IP. HA ROE ST V BRASS FOUNDER, ' ANN MANUFACTURER OF ! STEAM, WATER AND GAS COCKS Keeps constantly on hauil every description of BRVSS W ORE used by Plumbers, Steam Engine Builders, Steam BEETcOCKS:"f B k^i^ eS ' &C ' &C ' Al3 °' LAGER j Brass Castings of every description done daily ocls 3m BE NOT I)E<' EIVEDLLY SIGNS OR OTHERWISE! ' J. W. RICHARDSON is NOT DEAB, neither has he re tired from business, l>utis located at No. 12 .V Cav street , adjoining Christ Church, where he has a large and general' 1 assortment of superfine and medium uualitv CLOTHS, CABSIMERES and VESTINGS with a variety or other STAPLE DRY OOOOS nil „r which he will retail on favorable terms ' of Having secured the services of Major ROBERT If A1 I whose reputation as a first-class Cutter is Universally ad mitted, he hopes to manufacture GENTLEMEN'S CI OTH ING to suit all who may favor him pb,S himself tliat no effort shall be spared to give satisfaction'! or°3-tf NO. 12 NORTH GAY STREET, - . adjoining Christ Church. [ fcfJSW CROP T0GACC0....!,, shin- 1b,,, ± 1 tapas Lnndres Ist, 2d and 3d's nn.i ... Tobacco. P. TIKRXAN & SON , Import ° f I iii 12 Charles street. AT NO. 4Si North Calvert street comforts. bl Rooms and Board can he had for married or single rr.o? MARTIN GOLDSBOROUGH _ Agent for keepers. JV'L ELTUILL, THOMAS & CO., ' No ononlf,j 10 ' r " p f nill,f ' Ht their NEW WAREHOUSE ment"of GUNS^PISTOwI" Tl'f ' one of* I the "largest 6 * & d I?' York ' JhiM,tw 8 . 'elected in the country to ' 00<s tr y re ' pectfu "y invite the attentionjof the trade. Amusements. riiEMPEJJAM K HALL,'. X FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. COMMENCINU WxnNKSDiT, NOV. 3d,'185g, J. INSCO WILLIAMS' CELEBRATED BIBLE PANORAMA. This magnificent painting commence* with Cliacs, and continues down in historical order to the Babylonish Cap tivity, containing more than fifty of the most suhlime and interesting scenes in the Bible. Exhibitions every evening. Doors open at hto 7, com mencing at TH 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 Eamilies and Schools. Doors open at 2, to com mence at 3 o'clock precisely. Explained by PROF. TIBBITS. oc3o-tf JJOI.I.IUAY STREET THEATRK KUNKEL & CO Lessees JOHN T. FORI) Manager On THIS SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 6th, 1858, First time of the irresistible comic pantomime, entitled SIMON'S MISHAPS! OR, THE HUNGARIAN RENDEZVOUS ! Simon Gabriel Ravel Longitude Francois Havel Novel and extraordinary evolutions on the CORDE TENDUE. First time of the screaming comic pantomime of TIIE COOPERS. Fanler Francois Ravel PRICES OF ADMISSION : Dress Circle .50 cents. Parquette 75 4 * Reserved Seats in Dress Circle 75 41 Family Circle 25 44 Colored Gallery 25 u Doors open at 6^—to commence at 7% o'clock. A* SELECT DANCING ACADEMY. M. and Madame MARINI, late of New York, will their Select Classes in Dancing, at Newton University Hall, X o. 14 Lexington street, on MONDAY, October 11th, at 3# o'clock P. M. The Lessons will comprise all the latest and most fash ionable DANCES. Gentlemen's 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 twr. n the ho;n of three and five o'clock I'M. oc9 lni* , rpHE MAGNETIC JL TELEGRAPH COMPANY, [MORSE LINES.] i GENERAL OFFICE, BALTIMORE SUN IRON BUII.DI.NO. RATES REDUCED. With SIX WIRES und IMPROVED BUSINESS FACIL ' ITIES, tliis Company is enabled to REDUCE THEIR ' CHARGES, as follows : From Fach Baltimore. Ten Words Additional Word. ! To Philadelphia 25 cents 2 cents To New York 50 cents 4 cents To Washington 20 cents 1 cent To Fredericksburg, Va 35 cents 3 cents To Richmond, Va 45 cents 3 cents To Petersburg, Va 45 cents 3 cents To Charleston,S.C 110 cents 6 cents 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 [A Corresponding Reduction between Intermediate Points.] , The MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH COMPANY invite bust ness for all points in the United States and Canada.— 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 TEL EGRAPH COMPANY IN THE UNITED STATES, and alone have the right to use Morse Invention upon the route of their lines. The public may rely upon the prompt and accurate transmission of all despatches deposited at the following offices: NEW YORK—43 Wall street. ASTOR HOUSE, at Main Entrance. NEW HAVEN DEPOT, 27th street. PHILADELPHIA—3O2 Chcsnut street, GIRARD HOUSE. i BALTIMORE— SUN IRON BUILDING. WASHINGTON—Corner Penna. avenue and 6th steeet. UNITED STATES CAPITOL. | BOSTON—Merchants' Exchange. ! PORTLAND —29 Exchange street. ! CINCINNATI—Under Burnet House, i NEW ORLEANS—Under St. Charles Hotel. W. H. HEISB. j n! 6tr Superintendent Section A. DR. BAAKEE TREATS ALL DISEASES FREE OF CHARGE, j Dr. BAAKEE will also give special attention to the fol- I lowing cases: Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Croup, Influ -1 enza. Asthma, Bronchitis, and all other diseases of the ; Throat and Lungs. He will devote particular attention to I the treatment of all skin diseases —Lumbago, Scrofula, 1 Rheumatism, (acute and chronic,) Neuralgia, Paralysis, Epilepsy, Dyspepsia, Piles, and all derangements of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels; and also to all chronic Female diseases. Special attention will he given to the treatment I 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 A I - tificial Eyes, an Tympanums,or Ear Drums, suitable for either sex and all ages—inserted in five minutes. DR. BAAKEE has made a new discovery of a Fluid that will produce perfect absorption of the Cataract, and restore perfect vision to the 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 be made with | Dr. Baakee fin - the treatment of the last named diseases, as . they will require his constant advice and attention. DR. BAAKEE is one of the most skillful and celebrated Surgeons and Physicians now living. His fame is known personally in nearly every principal city in the world. All letters directed to Dr. Baakee, (enclosing one dollar.) from any distance, correctly stating the nature of the dis 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 be successfully treated by correspondence. Office hours from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. DOCTOR BAAKEE. Office CORNER of CALVERT and LEXINGTON STS. opposite Monument Square, Baltimore, Md. ocs-tfr V COTTAGE SALOON, No. 11 NORTH HIGH 3TREET, -■" ■■ Between Baltimore and Fayette streets. CHRISTOPHER SIIA W would respectfully inform his friends and the public, that he has taken the well known Cottage, for many years kept by Mr. R. J. Rotjer, and Having made many alterations and improvements in the same, lie is now prepared to serve up the various delica cies which the season and our will supplied markets af -1 ford. 1 Private entrance from Temple street. VC3FFamilies supplied with Oysters of superior quality and everything usually kept in a first class Restaurant CHRISTOPHER SHAW. ' n2-lm Late of the Sherwood House. ffv . ROBERT LAWSON, I SADDLE, TRUNK, HARNESS, COLLAR MANUFACTURER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 294 BALTIMORE STREET, CORNER SHARP. Merchants and Wholesale dealers are invited to call and | examine my stock before making purchases, luting pre pared to sell goods as LOW as they can be purchased in any of the NORTHERN OR EASTERN CITIES, and I PLEDGE MYSELF TO DUPLICATE any bill made in tbose cities. Please call and satisfy yourselves of the fact. ' sH 6iu SELLING OFF' SELLING DEFT HOSIERY, SHIRTS, GLOVES AND DRAWERS. SIGNS, AMOS LOVE JOY, 1 123 BALTIMORE STREET, Between Calvert and South, opposite the American of flee I shall this day commence selling out mv large new and well selected Fall and Winter stork of'HOSIERY SHIRTS. DRAWERS. GLOVES, YARNS, LA DIPS' DRESS TRIMMINGS, &.e, without regard to cost, prior j to tearing down the building in the spring. This is an opportunity seldom offered, as the stock is new and of the best I|U&H y, and must he closed out before the new build ing commences. Come and see the bargains for your j selves, and don't forget the old stand, SIGNS, AMOS LOVE JOY, 123 Baltimore street, 7 doors west of South, 0013 tjnnlr opposite the American Ofli.-e. CELLING OFF! ~ SELLING OF F! A large stock of CABINET FURNITURE, At greatly reduced prices, at WM . P . SPENCER'S Wkolesle and Retail FURNITURE WARE ROOMS, \ Nos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CALVERT STREET. To reduce stock the undersigned offers great induce ments to purchasers of FASHIONABLE OR LOW PRICED FURNITURE, CHAIRS AND MATRESSES. City and country dealers will find it greatly to their ad vantage to examine our stock and prices. Call soon and get bargains at 32 and 34 S. CALVERT ST . I n2-t.lanlr WM. P. SPENCER. NEW MUSIC JUST PUBLISHF.I). i Pour beautiful compositions, by A WALLF.R --i TEIN, handsomely illustrated—viz QUEEN OF BOHEMIA POLKA; EDINGBURG SCIIOTTISCH; I UN A'VEN, (The Consent) RF.DOWA ; CLEMENCE POLKA. MILLER k BEACKAM, I OcaO-ttf Xo. 10 X. Charles_st. HP ABLE CUTLERY: I A MA!FC FACTC RKD BY JOSEPH ROGERS A: SONS, MAPPIX BROTHER j ALSO. AMRRICAX CUTLER Y} Dinner Knives, Breakfast Knives, Carvers, Steels, e*c., in plain and carved Ivory handles, of the best quality, for sale by CAN*FIELD, PRO. k. CO., n4 tf 2*29 Baltimore etiect CAORNS, BUNIONS,NAILS PENETRA J TING THE FLESH, extracted without pain, so tl.a the boot can be worn immediately without the least u c,.n ; venlence, by DR. PAINTER, Surgeon, Chiropodist, ivO lv Office No. 21 N. Calvert strCM I PAT ENT COAL SI FT ER.—We would invite the attention of Housekeepers to a now Covl Sifter t lint we have just manufactured. It is simply n■ le and easily handled, and so constructed that the "p'- n using it is perfectly protected from all dust or dirt. It .s well mad.- and cheaper than any patented Coal Sifter now sold. For sale wholesale and retail by CORTLAN & CO., House Furnishers, N 216 arid 218 Baltimore st. PRKSKIIVINIi I Alts—Foil FUKHI OR SUGARED FRUIT, Ac , AT REDUCED PRICES. ARTHUR'S Self-Sealing, Glass, Tin and Earthen; an old , anil reliable article. POTTER & BODINF/S Air tight Glass; new, good and ' cheap. SANDWICH JARS, ground glass stoppers, air tight cheap and excellent. BENNETT'S Yellow, F.arthcn, air-tight. TOMATOEand 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 gratis at PARR'S CHINA HALL, 211 Baltimore street, au26-tfr near charle JOHN M. MANN, • * MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN PAPER HANGINGS, LINEN & VENETIAN BLINDS PAPER, PLAIN AND PAINTED STICK RLINDS, &e. Xo. 26 Xorth Liberty at. above Fayette, Baltimore Having removed from No. 48 E. Baltimore St., and tltt - l up the above establishment, he is prepared to Pap •' Rooms at the shortest notice. Oil Cloth, Carpeting ami Matting fitted to rooms. Upholstering neatly executed. He is also ready to furnish all articles in his line at Cut. N P ER RATES than any othgy establishment. GOLD SHADES : as low as sl--and all other articles in proportion. I Blinds repainted and reti immed. 2mr ( CARPETING. VY GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. JOHN T U R N B U L L , 242 BALTIMORE ST., Is now receiving direct from the principal Manufacturers in England, all their new and choice patterns of VELVET, BRUSSELS, AND TA PESTR Y CA RPE TIN OS, Which for beauty of design and brilliant coloring surpass I everything in that line heretofore imported. Also, a large and beautiful assortment of 3-PLY, SUPERFINE, INGRAIN AND 1 VENETIAN CARPETS DRUGGETS, RUGS, „T T r. T ™ DOOR MATS, AC] OILCLOTHS, Of superior quality and rich designs, entirely new ! We are offcMng great inducements to purchasers, and solicit a call at 242 BALTIMORE STREET _i 8 l 2mr JOHN TURXRULL. 1 F)00 CASES BO °TS, SHOESTBRIY . I . • , OANa AND RUBBERS, , reoeittd by late arrivals and for salehy the package at fae j tory prices JOHN C. BAI.DERBTOX ! „ 7 Commission Merchant, tc7lmr " No. 14 Hanover it.