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r.; ....1,.,! t( . „,l. per annum. The TR -M annu m. TERMS—inva acribers at IOLR DOLLAR p PCBUCAlloN—North rlably cash in advance. Vonh streets> Baltimore. East corner of B ® l,im ° r d ..p 0 TH E DAILY EXCHANGE, Letters to be addressed to Baltimore, Maryland. BALTIMORE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1858. The following additional contributions to the Fund for t,le benefit of the Families of Officers Rigdon nnd Benton, were yesterday received at this office; Wvman. Byril & Co. SIOO 00.C. LeDoux Elgee $5 00 Hon Wm. F.Giles.. 500 Chas. H. Dimmock.... 500 Fer'd Meyer 5 00 Cash 5 00 j jp 20 00 Brown & Brune 25 00 Dr N. R. Smith 10 00; SIBO 00 Add amount previously acknowledged 397 25 Total $577 25 The triumph of Mr. DOUGLAS in Illinois affords matter of congratulation to the country. Despite the revilings or the cheers of party friends or foes —notwithstanding the littleness or the magnitude of the standard by which his capacity is meas ured by those outside of the particular organiza tion to which he belongs, his position to-day en titles him to the general acclaim, because the essential principles for which he struggled must command the approbation of all. Whatever questions may have been from time to time comprehended within the wide limits lietween which the political discussions in Illinois have ranged, we conceive the real issue to have been presented by those who, for years past, have misrepresented the North and South alike. The fanatics who would extirpate, at every cost, the institutions of the South, and those who, in the face of all objection, would re-open the slave trade—those who would make Kansas a slave State by artificially overflowing the land with a feeble and turbid stream of emigration, and those who would keep it free by means of sermons and Sharpe's rifles, have latterly contributed far too largely to exaggerate the importance of the point* about which the North and South have had their many bickerings. For a long time matters have been verging towards a condition when an ami cable adjustment, or a general explosion on both sides could no longer be deferred. High words were first bandied between men who were as foolish as they were unimportant, until the hot blood of the more determined bystanders ex cited them to become parties to the fray. De nunciations levelled at individuals as they in creased in violence, enlarged their scope, and par ties, sections and even States grew eventually to be the objects of assault. Political heresies have grown strong under persecution, which would have sunk forever under mere contempt; and party ties have been firmly welded beneath a pressure from without, which if otherwise dealt with would of themselves have fallen asunder. Mr. LISCOLN, the competitor of Mr. DOUGLAS, has been foremost among those who have sought to fan into flame the ill feeling heretofore engendered ) and have lent their advocacy to doctrines which can only be sustained by a sacrifice of the UNION itself. He has counselled resistance to the de cisions of the Supreme Court; he would array men even at the hazard of a revolution against the Fugitive Slave Law; and he has declared that the whole Country must be all Slave or all Free. It is upon such grounds as these that he appealed to the people of Illinois and by those only who approved them was lie supported. On far higher and nobler propositions were the claims of Mr. DOUGLAS based. He de manded unswerving submission to the authorities as constituted and recognized by the laws of the land, when acting within their legitimate sphere; he upheld the rights of the respective States to maintain or create —to abolish or prohibit slavery within their own limits; he insisted that no politi cal theory in the Union could be sound unless it could equally exist beneath Northern and Southern skies, and might be freely spoken by free men from Maine to Texas. As we said some months since, there is no safe harbor of refuge for our people, if the beacon lights to which Mr. DOUGLAS points are only false and delusive. It is because of our convictions in re gard to the national importance of the views he has so distinctly enunciated, that we bail with satisfaction his late success. We cuter into no analysis of his character, nor now seek to deter mine whether his capacity be "gigantic" in little or great degree. Wc do not here propose to enlist as active combatants on either side of the party which he has divided. We disapprove of the personal position assumed by him in his late can vass, and have no hesitation in expressing our condemnation of the manner in which that canvass was conducted. These are all questions for a fu ture day. As he lias stricken one good blow for the Constitution and the Union, we will do him, were he twenty times the party traitor he is called, the same honor that we would accord to the loft iest of "Little Giants." At this moment, when faith in the purity of politicians is waning fast, and reliance on the people, irrespective of party organizations, is anything but firm, tho spectacle exhibited by the contest in Illinois is cheering. In opposition to the Administration and the Re publicans both—without either the spoils of office to allure, or a fierce fanaticism to goad them on— the people of that State have fought a good fight, and won it. If the example should be followed by the other Northern States, as we have no doubt that when the solemn crisis comes, it will be— what shall their Southern neighbors say and do? Shall they be out-done in proffers of con ciliation and good will ? Will they be tho last to abandon enmities and idle prejudices? Is there no way in which they can jhow a determi nation to maintain undivided the common heri tage of all ? For ourselves—we will meet these questions hopefully. Senator HAMMOND has shadowed forth what we believe to be the views of a large majority of the citizens of the South. As wise as they are liberal—as true as they are manly—there is every reason why they should be adopted by the South, and acquiesced in by the North. Not less than Mr. DOUGLAS has Mr. HAM MOND earned his meed of praise. Let them have it in ample measure, for they are leading many misguided men out of a more than Egyptian darkness. Those who have never strayed from the right path, nor been dazzled and blinded by false and conflicting lights, must now do some thing more than stand by and applaud. There is a wiser and better feeling now manifesting itself than has been active for some time past, and the rising streams should he concentrated into one broad current, to which may be safely entrusted the destinies of a prosperous, happy, and undi vided people. If it he possible to construct a Railway across the Continent to the Pacific, the earlier it obtains the sanction of our Government, the more cer tainly will our future prosperity be assured, and the more important will be its results upon the fortunes of ttie Republic. That a Railway is feasible we already know from official surveys undertaken for the express purpose of ascertaining the fact. Three different routes have been sur veyed, their respective lengths have been ascer tained, and the approximate cost of each line, when completed, has been carefully summed up. Thus far, then, we know already—that it is prac ticable to build a Railway to the Pacific, and that we have a choice of routes. We may either take the Northern line, as laid down from St. Louis; or extend the Middle line westwardly from Mem phis; or we may select the extreme Southern route through Texas and Arizona. But in this choice of routes lies the main difficulty. We have not simply to decide upon having a Railway to the Pacific, for its necessity is admitted, and the advantages we should derive from it, are per fectly understood. Our chief trouble will be to reconcile conflicting interests. The North and Nortb-M est will insist upon the prolongation of the Pacific line from St. Louis. The South-West will uphold the claims of the Memphis route, whilst the efforts of the extreme South, will be strenuously exerted in favor of the r u te through Texas. In such a contest for the comu rce 0 f the Pacific, we fear that the struggle of the competitors will he commensurate with the magnitude of the traffic involved in the issue, and that the pi.ject will fall through by reason of the diversity of upon the subject. It is, however, rumored that the PRESIDENT'S forthcoming message will take strong ground in favor of this much needed rail way, and that a plan has been proposed, and a route selected, which, it is hoped, will meet with general approval. We can only trust, that in both re spects the rumor may prove true. Our most urgent want is, unquestionably, a speedy and reliable mode of reaching our possessions on the Pacific across our own territory, and when that is once obtained, our interminable quarrels, with respect to the various transit routes across the Isthmus, will admit of an easy and satisfactory adjustment. It cannot be doubted that nearly all our troubles with Mexico and the adjacent South American States, have had their origin in the attempt to open up to commerce new and shorter routes to the Pac.fic. These efforts have also tended largely to foster that soirit of territorial aggrandisement, which is ac knowledged to be the bane, and may finally result E iLembermcnt, of the Republic. Any project, therefore, that promises to obviate the SXy of our using either of the Isthmus routes, by offering to us, within our own territorial lim its, a safer and more expeditious method of com municating with the Pacific, is not only eminently deserving of public attention, but should meet with popular favor from all sections of the UNION. It must be evident to all who have watched the current of events, during the past few years, that new and lucrative fields for commercial enterprise have already been partially opened on the Asiatic shore of the Pacific; that old monopolies, with their exclusive rights of trade, have been broken up; that vast Empires, such as China and Japan, arc relaxing their respective commercial policies; that the claims set up by the Netherlanders, to an absolute control over the traffic with the thousand Islands of Malaysia—the far-famed Indian Archi pelago—have been successfully disputed; that Australasia now exchanges an immense amount of gold for foreign commodities, and that the trade with Mongolia and Chinese-Tartary has been thrown open to commercial competition, since the occupation of the Amoor river by the Russians. From all the points enumerated, a Railway to the Pacific would draw its continual supplies of freight and passengers, and would thus constitute the UNITED STATES the entrepot of a large proportion ! of the commerce carried on between the various countries of Europe, and Eastern and Southern Asia. But its social and political value would be scarcely less than its commercial, inasmuch as it would strengthen and consolidate the bonds of union between the Confederated States — facilitate the settlement of new territories — exteud rapidly the area of production, and abate the popular passion for schemes of Southern conquest, by tempting our restless and rov ing fellow countrymen to engage in enterprises more useful and legitimate. Such we conceive to be among the advantages which would accrue to us from the construction of this great Commercial artery between Europe and Asia; though,it is doubt ful, whether sectional interests will not be brought to bear too heavily upon the question to admit of a selection, at the present time, of any one of the three routes which have been reported upon by the Engineers appointed by Government. Yet, if we really desire to seize the golden opportunity pre sented to us, there should be unity of action in Oongreos, and a rivalry of effort in pressing the work to a speedy completion. Already England has a similar project under advisement. The abrogation of the charter of the Hudson's Bay Company, will place her in possession of an im mense territory conterminous, on our Northern boundary, with our own. This territory, extend ing Westward from Lake Superior to the base of the Rocky Mountains, she proposes to erect into a Colony, the nucleus of which already exists in the half-breed settlements at Pembina, and in the Valley of Red river of the North. It has been proposed, moreover, and the plan is said to have met with the approval of the Government, to build a Railway from Lake Superior across the inter vening plains to the Rocky Mountains, and through a remarkable depression in those moun tains to a specified point on the Pacific. The Canadian Government are also moving in the mat ter, and have offered the Grand Trunk Railway Company grants of land proportionate to the ex tension of their Railway Westward. The primary object of all this activity is the Commerce of the Pacific. It behooves us, therefore, by prompt and vigorous exertion, to anticipate the designs of Great Britain, and thus assure to ourselves the full advantage of our geographical position. RECEIPTS OF NEW BOOKS. We have received the following new books from HENKY TAYJ.OR : EVERY WOMAN HER OWN LAWYER. A private guide in all matters of Law of essential interest to wo men, Ac. Ac. By George Bishop. New York: Dix & Fitzgerald. PORTRAITS OP MY MARRIED FRIENDS; or a Peep into Hymen's Kingdom. By Uncle Ben. New York : Dix A Fitzgerald. THE SAYINOS AND DOINGS OP SAMUEL SLICK, Esq. With his opinion on Matrimonv. By Judge Ilal iburton. New York: Dix & Fitzgerald. From CUSHINGS A BAILEY we have received : POEMS DY MATILDA. Published by A. Morris, Rich mond, Va. FIRST PRINCIPLES OP PHYSICS; or Natural Philoso phy. Designed for the use of schools and colleges. By Benjamin Silliman, Jr., M. A., M. D. Phila delphia : Peck & Bliss. From N. HICKMAN we have TUB WESTMINSTER RE VIEW for October. Its table of contents are as follows: France under Louis Napoleon; Indian Heroes; F. W. Newman, and his Evangelical Critics; Travel during the last half Century; The Calas Tragedy; Realism in Art; Outbreak of the English Revolution, 1642; Contemporary Literature. From the author: AN INTRODUCTORY ADDRESS. Delivered before tho Medical Class of the University of Maryland. Bv Cbarles Frick, M. D. Notices hereafter. CONSTITUTIONAL MOVEMENT IN PRUSSIA. One of the most satifactory consequences of the recent dismissal of the late Minister of the Interior U the foi raatiun nf associations IDr uoiiUuutlllg the approaching parliamentary elections in a constitu tional manner, which are springing up everywhere throughout the Prussian dominions, and which Herr von Westphalen never tolerated. The citi zens of Breslau were the first in the field, and tho programme of their principles, with here and there a slight modification, has formed the groundwork of those of other electoral districts. In their address to the voters they acknowledge themselves firm ad herents of the monarchial system, as the most bene ficial to the interests of Prussia at home and abroad, and the one under which the kingdom has been raised to its present high position as one of the five great powers of Europe. They recognise the exis tence of the constitution as the chief bulwark of its liberty and progress, and whilst they in the most decided manner deprecate any attempt to go backwards, they are fully determined to support the rational development of parliamentary reform, as fouud to be from time to required by the practi cal exigencies of a moderate spirit of constitutional progress. The chief reforms, required at the pre sent time, are summoned up as follows: 1. A guarantee for the freedom of elections, and perfect impartiality in conducting them. 2. The division of the country into fixed electo ral districts by means of a general law on the sub ject. 3. A remodelling of the duties and attributes of the provinces and circles, as well as a reform of the communal and civic institutions with a view to more liberal self-administration. 4. Abolition of the still existing ancient feudal right of landed proprietors to exercise the powers of the police and civil courts on their own estates (Patrimonial Gerichtabarkeit). 5. Abolition of the existing exemptions from pay ment of the land tax. 6. The passing of a law relative to the responsi bility of Ministers. 7. Revision of the laws relative to tho public journals, for the better protection and liberty of the press. 8. A law for tho uniform regulation of public education, in conformity with the word 3 contained in the 20th article of the Constitution, that "know ledge and the acquirement of it are free." 9. The fulfilment of the promise contained in the 12th article of the Constitution —"the enjoyment of civil rights and appointments to office are not affect ed by religious tenets." 10. Revision of tho legislative enactments relative to the impartiality of justice, the admission of every one to seek redress for supposed wrongs in the civil tribunals, and, above all, the abolition of the prerogative of the Executive to compel the omission or commission of an act sanctioned by the courts of justice. CURIOUS FRENCH TRIAL.— An officer of the Chas seurs was latelv tried, in Paris, for having, while being shown the vaults of the Pantheon, drawn his sword, and wounded several parties, amongst oth ers a young English girl, who was staying at the Hotel Louvre, but who refused to appear against the prisoner. The guardian, to show the echo, is in the habit of calling out the names ol the illus trious dead buried there; the dark, damp vaults, dimly lighted bv the guardian lantern, and the dis mal echo, actecl upon the brain of the young sol dier, who, imagining himself in the trenches of Sevastopol, drawing his sabre, demanded of his astouished fellow visitors the password, which none could, of course, give. The guardian, an old sol dier, advanced to pacify the officer, and was the first attacked and wounded. His lantern was shat tered, and the officer, calling on the soldiers he imagined he was leading, dashed madlv on in utter darkness, but striking on every side; the shrieks of the terrified women added to the alarm. Few were wounded by the sabre, but many, by striking against the tombs while endeavoring to escape, were severely injured. Fortunately, the guardian, who knew the place well, had, though wounded, made his wav out and given the alarm, and the guard coming up with the torches, secured the offi cer after a most desperate resistance. There *s no defence offered; the officer could give no expla nation ot" the extraordinary delusion of which he so suddenly became the victim. His advocate urged in mitigation the great braverv lie had displayed fit Sebastopol, where he had been twice severely wounded. His previous good character, and the injuries he had received in the scuffle of being dis armed, being pleaded well for him, the prisoner was sentenced to three months' imprisonment. IODIZED FOOD.— At the last sitting of the Acade mv of Medicine, of Paris, Dr. Botnet read a paper in which he proposed the introduction of iodine in to the dailv food of persons laboring under any of the disease's in which that element is chiefly pre scribed or else having a constitutional tendency to contract them. Considering that wens, cretinism, scrofula, Ac., are very rare in those regions where iodine is abundantly diffused through the air, and that the energy of the vital functions is in the di rect ratio of the quantity of iodine existing in the animal economy, Dr. Hoinet proposes to iodise bread, cakes, syrups, Ac., simply by the introduc tion of * plant 3 as naturally contain iodine, viz., ai kinds of seaweeds and cruciferous plants, or else by ,sing the water of iodized springs or salts con tain),g tho same principle. Under these forms the quantfy of iodine administered is so small as to commuifcate no peculiar taste to the edible sub stance. ACter 10 years' experience, during which Dr. Boinet Las treated children specially selected bv a physician of a bureau de bien/atsance for their scrofulous habit, he has come to the conclusion that the diet he proposes, if persevered in for some months, will not only cure scrofula, but ulcerous habits, diseases ot the skin, ophthalmia, caries of the bones, Ac. The Academy of Medicine has re ferred Dr. Boinet's paper to a commission composed of Brs. Chatin and Trousseau. Jacoc Born, former nail agent on the Erans villc ana Crawfordville Railroad, was arrested on Thnrsdk Vj at Shawneetown, 111., by Mr. Gar ver, agent otthe General Post Office for the State of Indiana anu Postmaster Bndd, for depredations committed on tu mail ten or tweive days ago, on the cars, betweC, Vinccnnes and Terre Haute. He was taken to tvansrille, on Thursday night, and left in the „f two persons in the Post Office, to guard him tu morning. About daylight his watchers became n BT y with sleep, and the prisoner gave them the and succeeded in mak ing his escape. THE FRENCH IN SENEGAL. —Letters from St. Louis, in Senegal, of the 19th ult., give an account of a visit made by the governer to the gold mines at j Bambouk. As the place is 250 leagues distant, and j as the rivers by which it is reached were low, the j expedition was one of great difficulty, and not un attended even with danger, but it was safely ac complished. The Governor, having inspected the mines, entered into arrangements for getting them worked. He also concluded a treaty with a native chief, named Bougoul, of Farabana, who possesses a sort of suzeranity over the gold mine district; and by this treaty the chief concedes to the French, to tfie exclusion of any other European nation, the right of working the mines in conjunction with the natives, and that of cultivating lands and building houses. The governor also induced the chiefs of the Bambouk and the Almamy of the Bondou to sign a treaty between themselves, putting an end to their disputes about frontiers, and he entered into another treaty with Boubakar-Soule, the Tonko ofGuoy, by which that potentate cedes to France the territory between the Bakel and the Faleme, and is in return recognised by her as King of the rest of the Guoy, and is placed under her protec tion. A petition is in circulation in Trenton, N. J., and has received over one hundred names, asking the ensuing Legislature to "enact a law declaring that henceforth all persons being or coming upon the soil of New Jersey shall be free, except those who have been convicted of crime, or are held to answer for the commission of a criminal offence. And that no person who has been held as a slave shall be de livered up by any officer or Court of this State, to any person claiming him on the ground that he 'owes service or labor' to such claimant by the laws of one of the Slave States of this Union.'' There is to be a torchlight procession and barbe cue, together with a speech-making at New Bruns wick, N. J., on Tuesday night, in honor of the election of Hon. Garnet Badrain to Congress.— There will be similar proceedings at Newark and I'aterson. THE REPRESENTATIVE SYSTEM IN NEW SOUTH WALES. —The outlines of the new representative system in New South Wales have now been deter mined, so far at least as the Legislative Assembly is concerned. The number of members has been fixed at 78. The principle of vote by ballot was carried by 30 against 8, the Colonial Secretary yielding to the wishes of the country and the House. A suffrage has been adopted with a residentiary qualification of six months in one district. But this extension of the franchise has been coupled with a property sufferage, by which owners of freehold nnd leasehold properties, occupants of premises, and lessees of crown lands, will enjoy a secondary vote. A special representation has been conceded to the gold-diggers, who are enfranchised by a six months' holding of a miner's right. MARRIED, On Tuesday, 9th instant, at St. Paul's Church, Balti more, by the Rev. Dr. Wyatt, KOBKRT H. ARCHER, of Patapsco, Mil., to MARY, only daughter of the late James G. Ringgold, of Florida. * On the Bth instant, by Rev. Geo. M. Roberts, JOHN tV'M. I,AVINE, of Albany, N. Y., to Miss AMANDA V. WEBSTER, of Northumberland county, Va. On the 3d instant, by Rev. Charles Littleton, ALEX ANDER ARNOLD, of Alexandria, Va., to Miss SARAH J. LITTLETON, of this city. On the 2d instant, by Rev. Septimus Tustin, D. D., of Washington city, JOHN S. MAXWELL to Miss SALLIE M. MAGAW, daughter of Robert T. Magaw, both of Har ford county, Md. On the 2d instant, by Rev. Mr. Burns, FREDERICK FEIGE to MARY A. E. RODEN, both of this city. DIED, On the Bth instant, JOHN T. SMITH, aged 5 months and 23 days, youngest son of Henry and Margaret Smith. On the Bth instant, GEORGE HENRY, aged 15 months, youngest son of G. S. and Julia H. Boone. On the Bth instant, JOSEPH SMITH, aged 14 months, son of J. W. and M. E. Thomas. On the 7th instant, WM. BIRKETT, in the 43d year of his age. On tho 6th instant, CHARLES FRANCIS, youngest son of R. P. and Olevia R. Chanceaulme, aged 4 months and 26 days. On the 6th instant, SAMUEL ALFRED, youngest child of Samuel and Elisabeth A. Doubleday, in the sth year of his age. On the 4th instant, WILLIAM REVERDY STEVENS, in the 31st year of his age. GLEASON'S NEW WEEKLY LINE-OF-BAT TLF.-SHIP has made Its appearance. It is a folio form of very large size, and for typographical beauty excels any thing of the kind we have ever seen. The heading is a representation of a line-of-battle ship, under full sail, making Boston harbor,while in the distance is a bird's eye view of the city; on the right of this, resting upon a pe destal, is the goddess of Justice, and on the left the god dess of Liberty; between these, surrounding the vessel, is the ornamental title of the new sheet. The inside bor der is unique and novel in its appearance, and the whole is certainly a graceful specimen of taste and design. The illustrations are profuse and well executed, and Mr. Glea son has exhibited great tact and talent in producing a sheet so elegant and complete in all its departments. We say success to the noble ship and her gallant commodore. —Boston Sunday jVeus. nlO-lt J. B. T. PHELPS has just received a hand some assortment of Black and Colored RIBBED BEAVER CLOTHS, for Ladies' Cloaks. Also has on hand a large'and well assorted stock of Cloths, Cassimers and Vesting®.— He also will make up CLOTHING of every description. Call and see him at No. 107 Baltimore street, adjoining Sun Iron Building. J. B. T. PHELPS, successor to J. W. Richardson k Co. nlO-tf INTERESTING TO PERSONS HOLDING HOUSES FOR RENT. Your attention is invited to the propriety of INSURING your HOUSE RENT. Females and persons retired from business who depend mainly upon their house rents for subsistence are spe cially interested in this matter. For a small premium you can be protected from any loss of rent, should your property be destroyed by fire, at the NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY'S OFFICE, 13 SOUTH STREET. At this office, also, Your HOUSES may be insured; Or your MERCHANDIZE; Or your HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE; Or your VESSELS on the stocks, or ailoat in port; +xk the most favoraDle terms, for a yoar, month or wceK. All losses are promptly adjusted and paid. JOHN R. SEIDENSRICKER, Prest., J. R. MAGRITDER, Sec'y. 13 South street, 0c22-eotf Nat. Ins. Co. office of Baltimore. 2 SILVER MEDALS AND 3 DIPLOMAS. TEMPLE OF LIGHT. Ist Premium—Medal awarded to CABCEL GAS BURNERS. Ist Premium—Medal awarded to GAS FIXTURES. Ist Diploma—awarded to T. "DERRICK'S" CARPET SWEEPERS. Ist Diploma—awarded to STEVEN'S $25 SIWIXO MACHINE. Ist Diploma—awarded to SnAw'a GAS HEATERS. For sale by M. VENNARD, No. 60 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, nfi-tf near Gay st. W E would call the attention of our readers to the fine stock of CLOTHIXG kept by MR. DENNIS, at the BOYS' ORIGINAL CLOTHINO STORE, 84# Baltimoro st., under Metropolitan Hall. His assortment is one of the best in the city, and his prices cannot fail to please. oc2B-tX9 JAS. W. GEDDESS, No. 92 MULBERRY STREET, NEAR EUTAW. METAL ROOFING, HOUSE GUTTERS AND SPOUTING. Also, REPAIRING AND BUILDING HOT AIR FUR NACES, LATROBE STOVES. ocß-dly DOBBIN & WARFIELD, BOLE AGENTS BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY, oclß tf 36 SHCOXO STREET. MILLER & BEACHAM'S MUSIC AND PIANO STORE, No. 10 NORTH CHARLES ST. KyOrders for FOREIGN MUSIC solicited and promptly attended to. oc2o-Iy NOORSE & COWAN, MERCHANT TAILORS,' No. 1 NORTH CALVERT STREET, 527 Baltimore, Md. PHOTOGRAPHS IN OIL COLORS. PHOTOGRAPHS— in India Ink. PHOTOGRAPHS— in Water Colors. PHOTOGRAPHS —PIain Mammoth sue. PHOTOGRAPHS —in every style. PHOTOGRAPHS— made every sise. PHOTOGRAPHIC TEMPLE OF ART. G. N. BARNARD, n2-6m No. 213 Baltimore street. A LITTLE BIT CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAP EST.—Fancy, Plain and Common DINNER, TEA, and CHAMBER Sets; INDIA CHINA DINNER Sets; Cut and Moulded Glass in Sets, COAL OIL LAMPS and every thing else CHEAP at JOHN A. DOBSON & CO.'S, 2 and 4 N. Charles street. s2O-3m DOI.ANY SL HARRIS, MERCHANT TAILORS, NO 46 NORTH HOWARD STRERT, Have a well selected stock of French, English and American CLOTHS, CASSIMEUE3 AND VESTINGS, FOR THE FALL AXD WIXTER. Gentlemen of fastidious taste are iHvited to call and ex amine our goods, as we think we can please them. slB-tJanl i. ' f From the Missouri Democrat.) j UPON PROF. O. J. WOOD, ol St. Louis, I Ibrtune has conferred the honor of having discovered a j balsamic preparation, which not only promotes the growth of, and beautifies the hair in a high degree, but 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 ' stroys such cutaneous eruptions as may have been engen dered by the use of dyes, essential oils and other injurious applications. The many respectable testimonials which 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. Buy it—test 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 YorkJ 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. GIVXN, Chinaman's Tea Store, 0c29-2w 37 and 39 Baltimore street. WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES. NEW AND VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS. DIAGRAM OF THE LOCK STITCH. OOOQOOOOQOG This Is the only stitch that cannot be ravelled, and that presents the same appearance upon each side of the seam. It is made with two threads, one upon each side of the fabric, and interlocked in the centre of it. Send for a Cir cular. OFFICE—I 26 W. BALTIMORE STREET, II AMERICAN BUILDING, Baltimore, Md. ROOFING ! ROOFING ! ! ROOFING !!! Economy, Durability and Security. Warren's Fire and Water Proof FILT AND COMPOSITION ROOFING. Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing Purposes. PERFECTLY FIBE PROOF, PERFECTLY WATER PROOF, UHEQUALLRD FOR ECONOMY, UNRIYALLID FOR DURABILITY, ADAPTED TO EYEBY CLIMATE, For farther information address or call on JAB. H. JOHNSON, No. 8 Jarvls Building, oor. North and jj9fi.tr Baltimore streets, Baltimore. THE DAILY EXCHANGE, NOVEMBER 10, 1858- KINDLING WOOD! KINDLING WOOD!! SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD, OP ANY SIZE, Sawd and Spiff 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 Patriot Office. CHILDREN'S BEAVER "BLOOMERS." Just received a few Misses and Children's, Drab, Drown and Black, Beaver "BLOOMERS," untrimmed, at TAY LOR'S, opposite Barnum's. n6-3t MATHERS & IRVIN, No. 224 BALTIMORE STREET, North sidej three doors East of Charles, Have received a large asssortment of the newest styles of CLOTHS, CASSIUERES, AND VEBTI N O 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. &?~Wearenow offering anew family machine at the LOW PRICE OP FIFTY DOLLARS. B£THemming guages of every width, binding guagesof all sizes, are adjusted to our machines. #c7~3end for a copy of I. M. Singer & Co.'s Gazette. ocl-tf W. E. BRODERICK, Agent. MR. B. WASKEY has taken the ware rooms lately occupied by Wm. H. Blass, No. 3 N. Gay 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 should have a bottle of his celebrated Polishing Varnish. oc2l 2m GREAT SAVING IN GAS. J. H. COOPER'S PATENT LEVER GAS REGULATOR. NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE MARYLAND INSTITUTE. Saves from 15 to 35 per cent, of Gas, and prevents all blowing and flaring of the light. JACKSON & CHANDLER, Agents for the State of Maryland, and District of Colum bia, at the office of Messrs. GRATTAN k EVANS, Gas Fitters and Plumbers, No. 8 North street, Jarvis' Building P. S. Certificates can be had at the office. myß tf SLOAT & Co.'s NEW SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, Sewing every description of cloth work in a superior man ner, and warranted to give the best satisfaction. Price— s70 —complete. WEEDS' SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, The best in use for every description of CLOTH and LEATHER WORK, that requires a seam , making beauti ful, strong stitch , botli siae& alike. L. D. CHASE, Agent, 529 tf No. 99 Baltimore Street. AMBRO-DAGUERREOTYPES, &C. MR. MARSTERS, 147 Lexington street, near Howard street, will furnish his patrons with pictures on glass, card-board, plates or canvas; life size or in miniature from nature, or copied in oil, French 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. AT EVANS 4 HOYT'S, AT EVANS & HOYT'S AT EVANS 4 HOTT'S, AT EVANS & HOYT'S, GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE, GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE, GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE, GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET, No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET. ORNER OF FREDERICK. CORNER OF FREDERICK. CORNER OF FREDERICK. s2O ly CORNER OF FREDERICK. G. K. QUAIL, Will introduce his FALL STYLE OF GENTS' HATS THIS DAY. IN SHAPE IT IS ENTIRELY NEW, And will be sure to please all those who want A FASHIONABLE HAT. In style and finish it cannot be excelled. Also a fine selection of FANCY FURS for Ladies and fancy CAPS for Children. FASHIONABLE nAT EMPORIUM, 827 3m No. 238 West Pratt street. CHINA, GLASS, &C. —The great bargain store is at 105 Baltimore street, two doors below Sun Building, where they are selling Full White Stone Dinner Sets at S2O; White French ditto at S3O; Fine Cut Goblets at $2.50 and $3, with a large assortment of Rich Gilt and Orna mented Dinner, Tea and Toilet sets; Blue India China Fine Cutlery and Plated Ware; Coal Oil Lamps, kc., kc. at the same very low prices. t GEORGE MCKENDREE TEAL, at the N. E. corner of Baltimore and Frederick streets, has Fall supply of CLOTIIS, CASSIMEIIS and VKSIINOS. We are satisfied that persons wishing to economize in articles of dress will save money by purchasing of him. 0c213m A-PTCITY REFORM ASSOCIATION. —There will be an adjourned meeting of the CITY REFORM ASSOCIATION THIS (Wednesday I EVENING, at half-past seven o'clock. By order, nlO-lt H. M. WARFIELD, Sec'y. iv^EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS.—The Sixth Exhibition of PAINTINGS, STATUARY, &c., under the auspices of the Maryland Historical Socie ty, is now open in the ATHENAEUM BUILDING, corner of St. Paul and Saratoga streets, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M., and from 7to 10 P.M. Admission 25 cents— Season Tickets 50 cents. nlo-\v*s4w n-p> MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSO- Ikj CIATION. THE INDEPENDENT OPPOSITION TICKETi is pre sented to the members of the Association as worthy of their fullest confidence and support. The gentlemen named upon it have long been connected with the Associa tion, and previous service rendered by them is the com mendation that is strongly and justly urged in their behalf ELECTION ON MO.YDA Y, lbth INSTANT. PRESIDENT, GEO. A. POPE, 75 Smith's wharf. - VICE PRESIDENT, W. CARVEL HALL, with C. Morton Stewart. CORRESPONDING SECRETARY. JOHN M. MILLAR, with Messrs. Rice, Chase & Co. RECORDING SECRETARY, JAS. H. COX, JR., at Citizens' Bank. E S. ALLNUTT, of Messrs. Tinges 4 Allnult. DIRECTORS. JOHN W. McCOY, at American Office. L. P. TOWNSEND, of Messrs. Whiteley, Stone k Co. J. CHARLES NORRIS, with Messrs. S. ft R. Hough. DANIEL CLOUD, of Messrs. Daniel, Miller k Co. ROBT. A. FISHER, of Messrs. Jas. I. Fisher & Sons. C. B. SLINGLUFF, of Messrs. C. B. Slingluff & Co. WM. BROGDEN, JR., of Messrs. Leinmon k Brogden. n!0-5t ERC AN TILE LIBRARY ikj ASSOCIATION. "INDEPENDENT TICKET." PRESIDENT, GEORGE A. POPE—No. 75 Smith's wharf. VICE PRESIDENT, GEORGE B. COLE—Messrs. Beatty 4 Cole. CORRESPONDING SICRETART, HENRY W. ROGERS—DaiIy Exchango Office. RECORDING SECRETARY, WM. KEYSER—Messrs. Keyser, Troxell k Co. • TREASURER, E. 8. ALLNUTT—Messrs. Tinges 4 Allnutt. DIRECTORS, JNO. W. McCOY —American Office. THOS. W. TOBlN—Messrs. Porter k Tobin. ADRIAN D. PRlCE—Messrs- T. W. Levering 4 Sons. J BOSLEY BOND, JR.— Messrs. Hiser, White 4 Co. SUMMERFIELD BALDWIN—Norris 4 Baldwin. THOS. M. BROWN —Messrs. Brown, Mittan 4 Co. J. EDWARD STIRLING —Merchants' Bank. jy Election at Rooms, MONDAY, November 15th, 1858. nß ' 7t ,vpTHE INTRODUCTORY LECTURE \K_J Of the course on English Literature, by the Rev. A. CLEVELAND COXE, will be delivered on THURSDAY .EVENING, November 11th, at 8 o'clock, at the Hall, cor ner o! Centre and St. Paul streets. On this occasion ad mission will he FREE —in compliance with a generally ex pressed desire. The Introductory will be followed by eight Lectures on the subject heretofore announced. N. B. —To meet the wishes of ticket-holders, it has been decided to regard their tickets as transferable, anil to is sue checks for admission to single lectures, to parties coming in the company of ticket holders, at 50 cents each. The purely charitable nature of this undertaking makes it necpfsary to adhere to its original terms, in other respects, as, in no other way, can its benevolent object be accom plished. Tickets for sale at JAS. S. WATERS', CUSH INGS A- BAILEY'S, 4c. n5 eotd OF THE BALTIMORE & UnJ OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY, Bth OCT., 1858 Notice is hereby given that a GENERAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THIS COMPANY will he held at this office on MONDAY, the 15th clay 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 da>*9 inclusive. oc9-t!6X J. I. ATKINSON, Secretary. ANOTHER BROADSIDE FROM GUEASON'S LINE-OF-BATTLE-SHIP. NO. 2 of this magnificent Weekly Paper is now ready. It is full of theratioicest Literary matter, and Fine Engravings. For sale at all the periodical depots in the United States. OSTPRICE ONLY FOUR CENTS.' F. GLEASON, Publisher, corner of Tremont and Bromfield sts., Boston. Baltimore Agent—HENRY TAYLOR, 111 Baltimore and South sts. Did It N _ OTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.—The undersigned have this day formed aPARTNERSHJP under the title of CARSON, ZIMMERMAN 4 CO.. for the purpose of conducting the WHOLESALE and RETAIL LUMBER BUSINESS, in all its branches. They have purchased the entire STOCK AND YARD of H. M. Fitzhugh, (late S. Willis 4 C 0.,) west side, Union dock, adjoining the Norfolk steamboat company's wharf. CARVILL H. CARSON, S. B. ZIMMERMAN, DAVID CARSON. Baltimore, November Ist. 1858. Referring to the above, and returning thanks to the friends of S. Willis k Co.. for the liberal support hereto fore extended, in retiring from the Lumber business. I res pectfully beg leave to invite a continuance of their pat ronage to my successors. From my personal knowledge of these gentlemen, I can confidently promise my old friends and the public generally, the most prompt and honorable dealing with all who may favor them with their business. H. M. FITZHUGH, (lateS. Willis 4 Co.) The undersigned, in becoming one of the above firm, desires to make it known that such connection will not in any way interfere with his present business of Con tractor and Builder, the Lumber business being commit ted chiefly to the management of Carvlll H. Carson and S. B.Zimmerman. nIG eo3t DAVID CARSON. MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO, HAVANA CIGARS, fee. QT/IN PACKAGES MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. J I 1 M * of favorite brands, qualities and sizes, receive. 1 from the best factories in Virginia and North Carolina. OKA BALES HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO; various ■)u'J Vegas and classes, of our importation. CASES CONNECTICUT 1 SEED LEAF TOBAC ZJU CO, extra wrappers and selections, from some of the best crops. JQQ CASES do. do., Fillers. 1 CASES PEXN'A SEED LEAF TOBACCO, J Wrappers and Fillers. HHDS. MASON CO. LEAF, choice quality. I'TAA AAA HAVANA CIGARS, embracing popu- J • \ lUjUI " ' lar brands of all sizes and classes. SMOKING TOBACCO.—A new article manufactured at Havana, of the choicest Vueltade Abajo Tobacco, express ly for the city retail trade, in % lb. papers and cases. 1 BBLS. VIRGINIA SMOKING TOBACCO, well adapted for the Grocers' trade We are receiving regular supplies of the above named articles, and invite the attention of the trade to our stock, ) which we offer for sale on liberal terms. CHAS. D. DEFORD k CO., nlO-tfr 37 South Gay st. ; 5 HORSES AT AUCTION ON ' 18811 ACCOUNT OF THE UNITED STATES. | M' fS" I will sell on MONDAY MORNING NEXT, Nov. loth, at 10o'clock, at the Franklin House, (formerly ■ the Golden Horse.) situated at the northwest corner of i Howard and Franklin streets, 5 HORSES FOR ACCOUNT I OF THE UNITED STATES. Terms cash in specie. By order of the Quarter Master, i S. 11. GOVER, Auctioneer, nlO-ts No. 84 Baltimore street. mTIIUSTKE'JS SALE.—I4y virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of Baltimore city, the undersigned will offer for sale at public sales-room, No. 19 South Gay street, on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Ist December,lßsß, at 1 o'clock,one undivided moiety of all that LOT OF GROUND situate in said city and described ! as follows, that is to sayßeginniug for the same on the ! south side of Cross street at the distance of2L feet westerly j from the southwest corner of Cross and Covington streets; running thence westerly, binding on Cross street, 94 feet; j thence southeasterly 177 feet, to meet a line drawn at i rightangles to Covington 9tret, at a point distant 166 feet southerly from said southwest corner; thence, reversing | said line and parallel with Cross street, 105 feetto Coving- : ton street; thence northerly binding on Covington street 83 feet; thence westerly, parallel with Cross street, 21 feet; thence northerly, parallel with Covington street, 83 feet to the point of beginning. This Lot is improved by a large LAGER BEER BREW ERY, with extensive Cellars and an excellent well of pure water. It is subject to the annual rent of SIBB. With the Lager Beer Brewery will be sold one undi vided moiety of the FIXTURES, consisting of an Engine for Grinding and Pumping; one large and one small Cop per Kettle; a Water Reservoir; two Coolers and Hose. ALSO, A SUB-RENT of sl6 per annum, issuing out of a Lot at the southwest corner of Cross and Covington streets, fronting 21 feet on Cross street, with a depth of 83 feet on Covington street, and well improved. Terms of Sale —One half cash, and the residue in six months, with iuterest and security to the satisfaction of the trustee. ORVILLF. HORWITZ, Trustee. SAMUEL J. SOPER k CO., nlO 2aw3wA*ds Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY ON ANN ST., SOUTH OF PRATT ST. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore city, the subscriber, as trustee, will offer at public sale, on the premises, on MONDAY AFTERNOON, the 29th day of November, at 4 o'clock— ALL THAT VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND AND IM PROVEMENTS situate on the east side of Ann street, and fronting fifteen feet thereon, with a depth of eighty feet, the house thereon erected being tho fourth south from Pratt street. The lot is improved by a fine three story BRICK DWELLING, witli a BACK BUILDING. The properly will be eold in fee, clear of all incum tinnoc, And title thereto is indisputable. Terms of sale, as prescribed by the decree, are:—That one-half of the purchase money shall be paid in cash on the day of sale, and the other half to be paid n three months from the day of sale, the credit payment to bear interest and to be secured by the note of "the purchaser, endorsed to the satisfaction of the trustee. HENRY D. LONEY, Trustee, No. 31 Lexington street. F. W. BENNETT k CO., nIO 3taw Ads Auctioneers. HPHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT A the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Baltimore city letters of administration, on the estate of ANN DORE, late of the said city, deceased All persons having claims against the said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, on or before the 13th day of June, 1859 ; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the said estate. All p rsons indebted to said estate are hereby requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 9th dav of November, 1858. THOMAS F. TROWELL, nlo-law4w Administrator. JOSEPH C. BOYD versus SUSAN McDEVITT. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF BAL TIMORE ClTY.—Sitting in equity.-r-Nov. 9th, 1858. —Ordered, that the sale made and reported by Joseph C. Boyd, Trustee for the sale of the property mentioned in the proceedings of the above case, be ratified and con firmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be 9hewn on or before the first day of December next; provided, a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed in Baltimore, once in each of three successive weeks before the first day of December next. The report states the amount of sales to be $605.00. GEO. E. SANGSTON, Clerk. True copy—test—GEO. E. SANGSTON, Clerk. nlo-law3w BUCKWHEAT MEAL—In hundreds and quarters; also fresh ground Corn Meal, for sale by SAM'L A. HOUSE, 286 West Pratt St., 2 doors East of Howard. nIO tf DATES. —100 frails landing and ibr sale by J. CROSBY 4 SOX, 15 Bowly's wharf. nIO tf CI 01) 01L.—23 barrels ianding and for sale Jby HALL A LONEY, 56 Buchanan's wharf. nlO-tf SALMON. —15 barrels No. 1 Salmon, land ing and for sale by IIALL A LONEY, 56 Buchanan's wliar f. nIO tf ACKEREL, HERRING AND ALE wives, landing and for sale by HALL k LONEY, 56 Buchanan's wharf. nlO tf AVANA ORANGES—I (10,000 landing and for sale by JAMES SLOAN, 91 Lombard street. n9 tf CLEAR POllK.—Western packed Clear Pork, fur sale hy JOSEPH CARSON 4 CO. n9 tf PIMENTO— For sale by RICHARDSON A CO., 67 Exchange Place. n9 tf ALTIMORE FIRE INSURANCE CO (ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF HALF A CENTURY.) NE IP BUILD I Nt7, S. W CORNER OF SOUTH AND WATER STREETS. A .IfSF?#. scription9 of property. BOARD OP DIRECTORS. J. I. COHEN, JR., President R. A. TAYTOR, WM. GILMOR, W. G. HARRISON, J. PENNINGTO S. T. THOMPSON, JOSHUA I. COHEN, GEO. R. VICKERH, FRANCIS T KINQ, F. W. ALRICKS, HENRY CARROLL, S. O. HOPPMAN, R. S. STEUART DAVID S. WILSON, WM. H. BRUKE. W. F. W ORTUINGTON, fe22-eotfr. FRED'K WOODWORTH. Secretary DR. E. P. MORONG, SINCE HIS RETURN FROM EUROPE, J fakes an exclusive specialty of the treatment of DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR. MEDICALLY AND SURGICALLY. OFPICE, 71 N. CHARLES ST., 524-tf Baltimore, Md. I7H) REIGN EXCHANGE: BILLS ON LONDON AND PARIS, IX BUMS TO SUIT, AT ALL TIMES, for sale by 0c23-tfr MoK IM k CO . JY~OAH VVALKER & CO., CLOTHIERS, WASHINGTON BUILDINGS, BALTIMORE STREET, ocll-tfr Between Light and Calvert streets. 4 LL WOOL REIT'S. X3L CRIMSON, MAROON. GREEN, BLUE, and DRAB, WILLIAM HOLLAND, ocs-3m No. 72 North Howard st., Baltimore. A CARD. —OLD ENGLAND; A Pictorial Museum of Antiquities wiih 3,000 engravings; just received per Vigo, completes 2 vds. folio, price sl2, sl3, anil extra gilt $15.00. Subscribers' lames received for com pletes or parts at 37 cts. and $1.12 cts. each at O. E. Agency, 76 B&rre street, Balto. S)le Agent, J. PERRY. n5-6t # k CO., London. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS ! ! ALL FIRST CLASS. GABRIEL !>. CLARK, Water strtet, 2d door from Calvert, Opens this day Gold Cronom<t?r Watches, Lever Watches, Independ. and Seconds Watrf.es, small gold Euameled and Diamond Watches, with Goll Chains and Keys of 18 kr. gold to suit; all first class. Also a large assortment of Wedding Presents of pure slver; a full supply of Silver Spoons, Forks and full setsof Plated Tea Ware, Waiters and Castors, Knives, kc N. B.—'xoodg warranted first quality. n9-lw* AILS, WROUGHT' IRON BEAMS, AND TELEGRAPH WIRE. The undersigned, agents for the TRENTON IRON CO., are prepared to furnish to o\kr— RAILS— of any ordinary pattern and of the best quality. STREET RAILS —<f th?most approved patterns. WROUGHT IRON BEAMS— of the descrip tion used in the Government Buildings; and TELEGRAPH WIRE. STICKXKY k CO., n9 2w Exchange Place. IIOOKS' SPOCL COTTON. JONAS BRhOoS 1 4 BRO.'S IVORT JOEISHED PATENT GLACE SPOOL COTTON. Full assortment, in store airl for sale by JOIN S. BARRY, Sole Agent, n9-tf No. 20 Hanover St. ELF-HEATING SMOOTHING IRON. This novel and useful imrovement in SMOOTHING IRONS will be appreciated by:housands who have felt the want of just such a conveniene. Being heated by an al coholic flame, if precludes the lecessity of a fire in the house, which is a great dcsideatuin in the summer time. Ladies who are boarding in he town or country, will readily perceive that this SEF-IIEATIXG IRON is es pecially adapted to their warn and convenience. By turning the handle asidt it forms a very convenient heater for nursery use. For sale, wholesale and retal, by CORTLAN k CO., House Furnishers Jyl9-tf Nos. 26 and 218 Baltimore street. TN THE CIRCUITCOURT FOR~BAir- XTIMORE CITY.—XOTICI TO CREDITORS.— In the matter of JOEL IIIRSCHBIRG vs. LE WIS BRAND T et als. —The creditors of T OEL HIRSCHBERG and LEWIS BRANDT, co-partnei, trading under the style and firm of HIRSCH3F.RG & IRANDT, are hereby noti fied to file their claims proper) authenticated, with the Clerk of the Circuit Court for hltiraore city, on or before the Ist day of January, A. D.,159. 0c26-2aw3w ROB Elf C. BARRY. Receiver. NOTICE —In compltnce with the pro visions of the General Asstobly of Maryland, passed at December session.lß49, entitle an Act relating to Stock held by non-residents, and to prride an easy mode of transferring same, notice is he?by given, that on the 29th day of March, 1856, THEADIIE B. WHITMER, of city of Philadelphia, and State of Pensylvania, departed this life; that at the timeof his deathhe was possessed of and entitled to seven shares in the Cnjtal Stock of the Loudon Park Cemetery Company of Maryind, of SIOO each. The undersigned duly appointed Encutors and authorized to act as such by the laws of Pensylvania, will, by au thority of said* act of 1849, trflsfer the above named Stock at the expiration of one math from this date. A E. STEPHENS, Executor of the EstaiofTheo. B. Whitmer. Philadelphia, Oct. 16th, 1858. oclß-2awlm* ifi 15ENTT£MEN'S f|( FASHIONABLE JOOT AND SHOE ' VKL ESTABLSII ME NT, No. 334 Win BALTIIMI STREET, HEAR EUTAW, Baitiiore, Mil. R. ROBERTS, Ag't. All goods purchased at.this <lablishment ire of supe rior workmanship, and thi t*.materia!,. sBl j JET BRACELET&rReceived by last steamer from England targe assortment of JET BRACELETS, of elegant patten, warranted pure Jet.— Also a very nice assortment ofrst class Watches, Chains, Silverßnd Flatad Ware of ue*vles. ihBRIEL D. CLARK, n9lw* eorni: Calvert and Water sts. P~ EN CLEANER/PIN AND PENCIL HOLDER AXD PypER WEIGHT A new and YfiBY'IfISEPC.' ARTICLE which no one who writes should b* witheui Just received and for sale .!> aAM'L E. TURNER, •oS- No'. 8 South Charles St. I f. I JMVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 56 WALL ST., NEW YORK. ESTABLISHED IN 1836. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL 410,000,000. THE CASH INVESTMENTS 0T THIS COMPANT NOW BXCEEP FIVE MILLION DOLLARS. INVESTED IN THE UNITED STATES, UPWARDS OP SEVEN HUNDRED & FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. YEARLT REVENUE, I TWO AND ONE QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS. THE LIABILITY OP THE ENTIRE BODY OP SHAREHOLDERS UNLIMITED. DIRECTORS IN NEW YORK: JAMKS BROWN, Esq Chairman. FRANCIS COTTENET, Esq., Deputy Chairman. GEORGE BARCLAY, Esq., I JOS. GAILLARD, Jr., Esq. EUGENE DUTILH, Esq., EI). 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. P. MURDOCH, Agent, Dugan's Building, Ist door above the "Exchange," Lom bard street, and No. 15 South Charles st. sls -d 2w&2a w1 y r jUTARINB INSURANCE. JOHNSTON'S IMS UR A N CE ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. JMRE INSURANCE? JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. gTRONGESf COMPANIES. JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. J^O WEST RATES JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET POLICIES ISSUED FROM THIS OFFICE, JOHNSTON'S IN S UR A JVC E ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. NO DELAY IN PAYMENT OF LOSSES. JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. MARINE PREMIUMS LIBERALLY CREDITED. JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS, 73 SECOND STREET. NEW YORK CTTY AND VIRGINIA COMPANIES. "SECURITY" FIRE; "PHENIX" " "RESOLUTE" " "NEW WORLD" " "LYNCHBURG" " "ALBEMARLE" " " VALLEY of Ya. " MARINE. Mercantile Mutual Marine, N. Y., Lynchburg Marine, Va. FIRE, " VALLEY of Va.' "ALBEMARLE, " "LYNCHBURG," " "NEW WORLD," " 1 RESOLUTE, " "PHENIX," " " SECURITY, ALL LICENSED BY THE COMPTROLLER. Policies issued; Losses adjusted and paid by THOS. D. JOHNSTON, Ins. Apt. 73 SKCOND STRERT. MERCANTILE "MUTUAL MARINE INS. CO., op NEW YORK. ASSETS $931,000. THOS. D. JOHNSTON, ocß M,w&p Agent. PURCHASERS OF DRY GOODS Are invited to examine the large and splendid assort ment of FOREIGN DRY GOODS, carefully selected hy one of the firm in the manufacturing districts of Europe, NOW OPEN on 2nd and 3d floors of 199, 201 & 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 I trade. s3O-tr HAMILTON^EASTER k CO. | QHARLES D. DEFORD & CO., j TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND IMPOHTRRS OP XT i f-iAVI mo ino r n i n trOJDJ C\jO. No. 37 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMORE. MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. We are agents for most of the manufacturers of Tobacco in Virginia and North Carolina, and through them we are regularly supplied with all the various grades of Chewing Tobacco. HAVANA CIGARS AND LEAF TOBACCO. Our arrangements for supplies of Cigars and Leaf To bacco, through our Agent, who resides in Havana, enable i us to offer as large an assortment of the various qualities i as any house in the United States. AMERICAN LEAF TOBACCO. We have always on hand Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Con i necticut, Ohio, and other kinds, suitable for home trad and exportation; also, | SNUFFS, SMOKING AND FINE CUT CHEWING TOBA CCO, PIPES AND TOBACCO KNIVES, | jylO-tf LIQUORICE. TOXQUA BEANS, ko. CHLRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS! j MADE TO ORDER FOR For §1.50 and $1 75. AT RAYMOND'S 30 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, j on 41. TO ANY MADE ELSEWHERE For $2.00 and $2.50. j A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED ! A great variety of UNDER SHIRTS AND DRA WERS | Adapted to the fall trade. BOYS' SHIRTS, Of a sizes. TIES, • SCARFS, GLOVES, HDKFS, &c., Ac., of new styles, [ Embracing every article usually kept in a first class GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS STORE, ALL AT s2l-3mr VERY LOW PRICES. JOHN S. BARRY, DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANT, 20 nB-ly HANOVER STREET. DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETYTN"- SURANCF, COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania 1835. MARINE INSURANCE, On Vessels, Cargo, Freights, to all parts of the World. ] INLAND INSURANCES, j On Goods by Rivers, Canals, Lakes and land Carriages to all parts of the Union. FIRE INSURANCES, j On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelling Hou j ASSETS OP THE COMPANY, 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 i 9 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. AUBREY & co„ ~ COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, s!8-t No. 61 Exchange Place, Baltimore OFFICE OF THE MARYLAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB, D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street. DEAN, ADAMS AN 1 >' DEAN & < :OLT'S REVOLVERS, small size. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B-tf 200 Baltimcre street. PURDY'S, LANCASTER'S Alid DEAN, Adams' & Dean's GUNS, imported to order, by D. B. TRIMBLE, _ 200 Baltimore street. SINGLE AND DOUBLE - BARKEL DUCK GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. i HPHE CELEBRATED Carroll Island' Duck A GUN, by Westly Richards. D. B. TRIMBLE, I *o2B tf 200 Baltimore street. j DOUBLE BARRELL BIRD GUNS— By j Richards, Man ton, Greener, Moore, and all English i makers; for sale by D. B. TRIMBLE, au2S tf 200 Baltimore street. BOYS' SINGLE AND DOUBLE BAR" I RELL BIRD GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. FRENCH BREEC HLOADING SHOT GUNS. D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street I* VERY ARTICLE IN THE SPORTING -iLINE, to be had at THE SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE, D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. DECOY DUCKS, at Manufacturers' prices j D. B. TRIMBLE, au2B tf 200 Baltimore street. STORAGE WILL BE RECEIVED ON the first floor of Warehotus No. 62, Sou tit Gay (treat. CAPRON * CO. nJtf ~IX7ANTED. — White Oak T T Pipes and Hhd. Staves, apply to LAMBERT GIT TINGS, No. 58 Buchanan's wharf. n3-tf WANTED. —A well secured Ground Rent of about $2,500; apply to sll-tf IL H. SULLIVAN, Second at. WANTED TO KENT.—A smalT Dwell ing within ten minutes walk of South and Balti- ■ more streets, rent not to exceed $l5O. Address IN- ! QUIRER, office of Daily Exchange. jy26-tf | TOOK HOUSE —or— JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO., 198 BALTIMORE STHEET. We attend PROMPTLY to the purchase and sale on j 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 j terms. EXCHANGE AND BANKING DEPARTMENT. We pay particular attention to the purchase and sale of UNCITRRENT MONEY, and are enabled from our active reciprocal correspondence with the PRINCIPAL BANKS of the to buy at very low rates. DISCOUNTING TIME PAPER AND LENDING MONEY ON COLLATERALS. We are constant lenders of Money and purchasers, of ! Paper. Our large capital and constant control of money enables us to offer every inducement to borrowers. COLLECTIONS. ! Have special care with PROMPT RETURNS AT LOW i RATES. JOHNSTON BROTHERS <£• CO., | oc7-tf BANKERS. _____ I" fALL OPENING —OF— RICH AND BEAUTIFUL DRY GOODS. Comprising all the newest and most attractive styles In SILK ROBES, A TABLEAU ROBES, A LEZ; ROBES, A DOUBLE JtJPE; SILKS, by the yard in great variety. Also, a complete assortment of PRINTED MERINOS: DELAINES: POPLINS; MERINO PLAIDS; LACES AND EMBROIDERIES; POILE 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 I CLOTHS and CASSIMERES, for Men's and Boy's wear, n3 tf WROTH & FI'LLERTOX, 85 Baltimore St. 17W US! FI JUS! ITRS! A. SI GMUN D, j No. 225 Baltimore street, near Charles, and 31 Baltimore street, near Maryland Institute, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN FURS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Full sets of RUSSIA SABLE, MINK, MINK SABLE FITCH. STONE MARTIN, CHINCHILLA, WA TER MINK, ROCK MARTIN, SIBE RIAN SQUIRREL, kc.. Ac., Ac. FURMINDII.LAS, MUFFS, CUFFS, GEN TUBMEN'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 articles than here, and as every piece is manu factured in the establishment under my own immediate direction, I will warrant the goods of a SUPERIOR OR DER of make, and am prepared to sell as CHEAP if not CHEAPER than any other house. By Furs altered at the shortest notice. 523-d4m A. SIGMUND. PHOENIX STEAM MARBLE WORKS, ESTABLISHED 1820, CORNER SHARP AND GERMAN STREETS. Persons owning family lots in public cemeteries or pri vate burial grounds, are respectfully invited to call before purchasing elsewhere, and examine the stock of MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEADSTONES, kc., Of the best American and Italian marble, now finished and for sale at the above establishment. The assortment, which is large, embraces original designs and of choice selections from the most appropriate and beautiful artists' structures in modern use. Also, MARBLE STATUES GARDEN VASES, FOUNTAINS, and other ornaments ! appropriate for Gardens, Dwellings, or Grave lots, con ! stantly on hand. ALEXANDER GADDESS, Proprietor, Steam Marble Works Vl EW YORK STEAM ±1 SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT, OFPICI 142 LEXINGTON STREET, BALT. I 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, everv 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, I coupled with the chemical knowledge necessary to effect | the same, aie now readj to thoroughly cleanse every de | scription of ladies' gentlemen's and children's wearing apparel, whether g ade of Vf.LVKT, SILK or WOOLEN Goons, i and do not requre the ripping of the same, excepting in cases where it would be of decided benefit so to do. i'ar , ticular attention paid to-CAM EL'S HAIR, WHITE, CRAPE, j and other SHAWLS, LACF. CURTAINS, SILK DRESSES, EM BROIDERIES, MERIXOES, KID GLOVES, &o. SPOTS OF GREASE, OIL, PAINT, ICE CREAM, or of any other nature taken out, if possible, without j cleansing the whole garment. Gentlemen's garments will be prepared by a regular tailor, thus insuring a proper ; finish. sel4-6mr LDEST ESTABLISHED STAND IN THE CITY. ANDREW E. WARNER, No. ION. GAT STREET, MANUFACTURER OF SILVER WARE AND FINE GOLD JEWELRY, A ffD DEALER IN ! SILVER PLATED WARE, AND FANCY ARTICLES GENERALLY, Has in store a beautiful assortment of New Styles and Patterns of Rich Jewelry and Silver Wave suitable for j presents, embracing a great variety <.f Set and Plain Gold f BROOCHES; Mosaic, Carbunkle, < ral, Pearl, Lava, Cameo, Etruscan, kc., EAR RINGS; BRACELETS; FIN R RINGS, set with Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, Pearl Opal, &c.; Ladies' GOLD CHAINS; Vest and Guard | Chains; Miniature LOCKETS; Gold Thimbles; Cuff But tons and Pins; Signet, Chased and Plain Gold Rings, Pen j cils .and Pens; Sleeve BUTTONS ami STUDS; Gold and j Jet Crosses; Jet Bracelets, Pins and Ear Rings; HAIR JEWELRY of beautiful designs, Ac i Also a complete assortment of Best Quality Heavy Sil i ver Plated TEA SETTS, Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Cake Baskets, Fruit, Batter and Salt Stands, Castors, Caudle ! Sticks, Pearl Handle Dessert Knives, SPOONS, Forks, ! Ladles, FANCY ARTICLES, &c., which will bo sold on j the most reasonable terms. s2O-tf TKELLY~TFSONT . MERCHANT TAILIIKS, No. 3 LIBERTY STREET, ILivo roroiruA n full assortment of the newast I STYLES OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE, FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON, j and respectfully solicit a call from their customers and i others. cash purchasers a liberal deduction will be made ! s2B-3mr BOGGS, COTTMAN & co:, Nos. 44 and 46 LOMBARD STREET, OPPOSITE PUBLIC BTORE3, BALTIMORE. IMPORTERS OF WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, SEGARS, Ac. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN i DOMESTIC LIQUORS, CORDIALS, kc. I Cognac A Roche He Brandies,' Old Rye Whiskey, of differ- Pale and Dark. ent qualities i Holland Gin. German Tonic Bitters, i Jamaica A Santa Cruz Rum. Peach, ] I Scotch and Irish Whiskey. Cherry, Madeira, Sherry, Port Lis- Lavender, l n .. ! bon, Malaga, Champagneißaspberry, | " ran(l,es ' ! and Claret Wines. Blackberry, I Havana A Principe Segars. Ginger, J jy29 tf Cordials, various qualities. LAUGH LiN's" ~ GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONALE BOOT, SHOE AND GAITER ESTABLISHMENT. j Having just received a fresh lot of French work, (in | eluding MELIES' manufacture.) a direct importation,.l i can guarantee to my customers entire satisfaction in any , of the articles enumerated below: Glazed Opera Boots.j-g a ICalf Skin Boots, Glazed Elastic Gaiter " ' S Cork Sole Boots, <2 n (■lazed Button Gaiter " a 3 jg) Elastic Calf Gaiter Boots Glazed Molier Shoes, 5. £ Cork Solo Gaiters, ISC & I Glazed Vilia Shoes, s a Molier Calf Shoes, lis Glazed Pump Shoes, 35 * I Kid-top Iligh Louis. Also, on hand of my own manufacture, ; OUBLE SOLE BOOTS, DOUBLE SOLE GAITERS, DOUBLE SOLE WALKING SHOES, Ac., 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. the Bank of Baltimore. 816-dSm EDW. KURTZ SCHAEFPER, WILLIAM RTITAKRY PRANCIS B. LONIT. ROBERT 8. FINLEY j IRVIN NEALB LTARDWARE.— XX SCHAEFFER & LONEY, IMPORTERS OP HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, NO. 3 HANOVER STREET, NEAR BALTIMORE STREET, JTltf BALTIMORE. KENSEY JOHNS & CO. (Successors to DUER A JOHNS ) Manufacturers of the SILVER SPRING FAMILY, EXTRA AND SUPER FLOUR. ALSO KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND 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, 0c27-tf BALTIMORE, MD. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SIL VER WARE. W . IJ . LARHOUR, No. 10 Light st., opposite the Fountain Hotel, Light St., invites the attention of purchasers to his ntw stock of fine GOLD and SILVER CASES, and warranted splendid time keepers. Also, a choice stock of French and American JEWELRY, of the latest patterns; Sterling Silver and Albata Ware of every variety of style; Gold and Steel Spectacles; Eye Glass; Clocks; Liquor Stands; Fancy Goods, Ac., at low prices. Watches and Jewelrv repaired in the best manner. "ocll tfr M~ ~OUNT VERNON CO., OFFICE, No. 94 LOMBARD STREET, Manufacturers of COTTON CANVAS. ALSO I RAVEN'S DUCK, SEINE AND SEWING TWINE. ap3o-tfr J. S. McCLELLAN, FASHIONABLE HATTER, J No. 343 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, NEAR EDTAW Manufacturer and Dealer in I HATS, CAPS, CHILDREN'S FANCY GOODS, UMBRE' LAS, and all goods usually kept in a first-class jsß-3mr Retail Hat Store. f T I HE CALVERTON I I. COFFER SMITH WORKS, No. 94 NORTH CALVERT SREET. AM PREPARED TO MAKE TO ORDER, OR REPAIR, ALL KINDS OF COPPER WORK, AT SHORT NOTICE. elOly JOHN M. BRrCE. "VifONUMENTA L BRASS WUEKs. J.VX No. 44 HOLLIDAY ST. GEORGE W. HARDESTY, BRASS FOUNDER, AND MANUFACTURER 0P STEAM, WATER AND GAS COCKS, Keeps constantly on hand every description of RRASS WORK used by Plumbers, Steam Engine Builders, Steam j Fitters, Distilleries, Breweries, Ac., kc. Also, LAGER | BEER COCKS, of all sizes. Brass Castings of every description done daily. I ocls 3m BE NOT DECEIVED BY SIGNS, OR OTHERWISE! j J. W. RICHARDSON is NOT DEAD, neither has he re tired from business, but is located at No. 12 X. Gay street j adjoining Christ Church, where he has a large and'generai I assortment of superfine and medium qualitv CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS I with a variety of other STAPLE DRY GOODS all of | which he will retail on favorable terms. Having secured the services of Major ROBERT HALL ( whose reputation as a first-class Cutter is universally ad mitted, he hopes to manufacture GENTLEMEN'S CI OTH ING to suit all who may favor him with a rail" pledging ! hlm " lf that no ! 1V EU CkOl* I OllXCCu.—in store Far- XI tapas Londres Ist, 2d and 3d's, and other brands f new crop Tobacco. P. TIERNAN & SON , Importers, .°" ltf 12 X Charles street. A hi R North Calvert street, coniloria XXbl Rooms and Board can be had for married or single MARTIN GOI DSBOROUGH 8 . ■r j -, , Agent for keeper* [V/TERRILL, THOMAS &i o, """■ — ivL, ~ re now "I*" 1 ' 0 !?. 'heir NEW WARRDOnar mentofGUNS, PISTOLS, GUN I *f 90r , t ' arrived per steimer at NeV York, rendering latcly one Of tne largest and best selected in . stock W Drt h W* y r * ,pWtfuUjr lnTlt * th kttontimAfths^aV 10 HALL. Now OPEN FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY, T INSCO WILLIAMS' CELEBRATED BIBLE PANORAMA. This magnificent painting commence! with Cha.es, ana continues down in historical order to> the B y I tivity, containing more than fifty of the most sublime and '"Exldbitforufevery 1 evening." Doors open at X to 7,com raTicteV47ci?s-;8 Hal. door. Chi.dren under ten years old 15 cents. i u....0n. v AFTER- Also exhibitions on WEDNESDAY and • . NOONS, for Families and Schools. Doors open at 2, mence at 3 o'clock precisely. , f Explained by PROF. TIBBITS. nIU " INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT. C. LEUTBECHER has the honor of announcing to the citizens of Baltimore, that he will give his second Concert, AT CARROLL HALL, WITH THE BALTIMORE SEXTETT, OX THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 11TH. 1358 PROGRAMME. PART I. 1. Overture—"Alessandro Stradello," Flotow 2. Der Wanderer # Schuberth 3. Souvenir L' Excursion De.s Artistes—Grand Valse BHUante Courlaender 4. Solo Violoncello Ahreud 5. Overture and Introduction —"Huguenots"... Meyerbeer PART N. 1. Duo—Violin and Violoncello Mahr and Ahrend 2. Rec. and Aria—from "Robert" Meyerbeer 3. Dreams at Sea—Waltz • • • 1 4. Ave Maria Schuberth 6. Overture—"Der Freischuetz" C. M. von Weber ftiTSingle Tickets. Fifty Cents; Three for One Dollar.— To be had at Willlg's, McCaffery's, Miller k Beacham ■ and Stoddart's Music Stores. nlo-.t L O"OK! LO OK! LOOK! TOM KING'S GREAT CA LI FOR NIA EQUE S TRIA NCOMPA NT, WILL SHORTLY APPEAR, AT THE FRONT STREET THEATRE, With the largest Circus Company that has ever appeared in Baltimore. See future advertisements for particulars. nlO It* j JLJ OLLIDAY STREET THEATRE i KUNKEL k CO Lessees JOHN T. FORD Manager On THIS WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 10th, 1858, The novel and extraordinary evolutions on THE TIGHT ROPE ! First time of the beautiful ballet d'actlon, entitled THE CONTRABANDIST! Second time of the laughable comic pantomime, entitled ASPHODEL'— OR THE MAGIC PEN. Babilas Gabriel Ravel Turraff Francois Ravel PRICES OF ADMISSION : Dress Circle T. 50 cents. j Parquette 75 4 * Reserved Seats in Dress Circle 75 " Family Circle 25 44 Colored Gallery ... I*s 44 Doors open at 6^ —to commence at o'clock. DR. BAAKEE TREATS ALL DISEASES FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. BAAKEE will also give special attention to the fol lowing cases: Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Croup, Influ enza, Asthma, Bronchitis, and all other diseases of the Throat and Lungs. He will devote particular attention to the treatment of all skin diseases—Lumbago, Scrofula, Rheumatism, (acute and chronic,) Neuralgia, Paralysis, Epilepsy, Dyspepsia, Piles, and all derangements of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels; and also to all chronic Female diseases. Special attention will be given to the treatment of the EYE and EAR. Without the use of the Knife or Needle, and he ha 3 con stantly on hand an excellent assortment of beautiful Ai tificial Eyes, an Tympanums,or Ear Drums, suitable for either sex and all ages—inserted in five minutes. I)R. BAAKEE lias made a new discovery of a Fluid that will produce perfect absorption of the Cataract, and restore perfect vision to :he Eye without the use of the knife. Dr. Baakee can produce one thousand certificates of his perfect success in curing Cancer, old Sores or Ulcers, Fistula, Swellings or Tumors of every description, and without the use of the knife. Special arrangements must be made with Dr. Baakee fr 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 i mcnt. 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 I YY7TMAN, BYRD & CO., j NO. 16 HANOVER STREET, AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN and BAY STATE PRINTS, LAUREL D SHEETINUS, PATAPSCO OSNABURGS, UNION and nB-lv OELLA DRILLS NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. AMOS LOVEJOY k CO., ] Ha 9 just received at the New Store, No. 195 BALTIMORE STREET, second door below Messrs. 11. Easter k Co., a full assortment of 1 HOSIERY, GLOVES, UNDER-SHIRTS, DRAWERS, Ac., 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, Xubies, Capes and Hoods; Woollen Yarns, Wool Wadding, Worsteds, Tidy Cottons, Woollen Over-Jackets; Knit )i Hose, best quality; Needles,Pins,Tapes,Spool Cotton, Se wing Silks, Boston Wadding, Ac., Ac., Wholesale and re tail, at the lowest market prices., No. 195 Baltimore st., between Charles and Light sts. v B—AMOS LOVEJOY has had no interest or connec tfon with the old store. No. 123 Baltimore street, since last February, told the entire stock to Mr. Haig, at I that time. ocs-tf SPELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! HOSIERY, SHIRTS, GLOVES AND DRAWERS. SIGNS, AMOS LOVEJOY, > 123 BALTIMORE STREET, ' Between Calvert and South, opposite the American Of fice I shall this day commence selling out my large new j and well selected Fall and Winter stock of HOSIERY, ! SHIRTS, DRAWERS. GLOVES, YARNS, LADIES' , DRESS TRIMMINGS, A c, without regard to cost, prior j to tearing down the buildiug in the spring. This is an ! opportunity seldom offered, as the stock is new and of the best qiittfl y, and must be closed out before the new build j ing commences. Come and see the bargains for your j selves, and don't forget the old stand, SIGNS, AMOS LOVEJOY, 123 Baltimore street, 7 doors west of South, j oc!3-tjanlr opjHisite the American Office. SELLING OFF! SELLING OFFI A large stock of CABINET FURNITURE, At greatly reduced prices, at WM . P . SPENCER'S Whotesle and Retail FURNITURE WARE ROOMS. \ Nos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CALVERT STREET. I To reduce stock the undersigned offers great induce- I ments to purchasers of FASHIOXABIK OR I.OW PRICSD FURNITURE, CHAIRS AXD MATRESSES. I City and country dealers will find it greatly to their ad ; vantage to examine our stock and prices. I Call soon and get bargains at 32 and 34 S. CALVERT ST., n2 tJanlr WM. P. SPENCER. #NEW MUSIC JUST PUBLISHED. Four beautiful compositions, by A. WAI.LER TEIX, handsomely illustrated—viz" j QUEEN OF BOHEMIA POLKA: EDIXGBURG SCIIOTTISCH; UN A'YEN, (The Consent) REDOWA ; CLF.MEXCE POI.KA. MILLER k BEACHAM. oc2o-tfr No. 10 N. Charles st. OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF CON~- TROL AND REVIEW. BALTIMORE, November 2, 1858.—NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Books con taining the Record of the Assessment made in conformity with the ordinance entitled "An ordinance for the gene ral valuation and Assessment of property in the city of Baltimore;" approved Mav26th, 1858, WILL REOPENED FOR PUBLIC EXAMINATION, at the office of the Board of Control and Review, northeast corner of North and Fayette streets, on the 15th day of November, instant, and will remain open, for examination, daily until the loth 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., to hear and determine complaints and appeals relating to said assessment. F. LITTIG SHAFFER, n3-dtXls&2awtJals Pres. Board of C k R. CO RNS, HUN 10NS,NAILS PENETUA TING TIIE FLESH, extracted without pain, so tha j the boot can be worn immediately without the least ii.con venience, by DR. PAINTER, Surgeon, Chiropodist, jy9-ly Office No. 21 N. Calvert street. IMPORTAIVT OT J TO THE PUBLIC. Of j) The undersigned most respectful ly invites the Medical Faculty, D.-uggists and the public in general to call and examine the great improvement of his late GLASS PAD TRUSS , patented October 7th, 1855, and recommended by the principal Surgeon 9 and Doctors of the United States as the only and best Truss for the support and radical cure of Hernia, suitable for Men, Women and Children. He has received the patent from England and France. Truss applied free of charge, i Price of Single Truss $3; Double Truss $5. A liberal I discount allowed to Druggists. Manufacturer of Prof. X. R. Smith's FRACTn?F 1 APPARATUS. CHAS. C. RKINHARDT Manufacturer of Surgical Instruments, 4 k° r th Gay street, near Baltimore, "28 (Late C. C. Reinhanlt. Light st ) I \\J ESTFJIN PRODUCE: V,, Twenty five hhrts. Bacon SHOULDERS; Three hundred choice Western Smoked HAMS" Ten kegs superior SAUSAGE SKINS; ew ' s Norton's celebrated Pine Apple Lrlh ro ft; Seventy five bbls. Bourbon WHISKEY | lifty bbls.choice Old Rvc WHISKEY; ' ! One hundred and fifty bbls. Rye WHISKEY; Fifteen bbls. C. Alexander's celebrated oh! Bourbon cop per distilled, warranted pure and very choice; Five bbls. choice flavored pure Malt WHISKEY; just received and for gale by B. T. ELDER, 120 S. Eutaw street, opposite PS tf _ Balto. k Ohio R. R. Depot. REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS—EIX tensive lists of Real Estate, desirable for temporary or permanent investments, mav always be consulted at our office. F. G. WATERS & SON °° 2B - tf Brokers, No. 3 Law Buildings *4. , REMOVAL! DR. GEORGE E. DONALDSON. I -■ ri - (JJ .C. V. S., London.) VETERINARY SURGEON Has removed to Tup nicpVe Jo XoRTU AND CALVERT. | HOUSES and all other domesticated iH" ebr3 V OINTMENT f tio, a ,nd Scientific tr,atnß "' boL, and nil , for S l' svins - Splints, Ring Chronic PonJi n' y en ' ar Bements; Curbs, Distemper, nmL?"!"' ' '• and Veterinary Medicines ..f ZZd I.:" wai ranted genuine and properly ,re anv ™ tf ß .i tunes be had at his office; or forwarded to any part of the country on receipt of cash. ! t • can also be ooi*3eh~dby let ( ier, enclosing one dollar, upon all diseases < onecttHl with s jrrofess on, when the proper mode of treatment and the proj^rmedicrne to that amount will he immediately for Hie symptoms clearly and carefully, and I now the medicine is to he sent —.is Liquids cannot be transinjttud through the Post. au2o tf A PARLOR AND HALL STOVES ; JBJR FOR WOOD OR COAL.—The largest and most beautiful assortment in this market can be found I ROBBINS & CO., 46 and 48 Light street, corner of Balderston, | sSO-tf below Lombard street (west side'. REMOVAL! REMOVAL!! Owing to the immense increase in my business, I have removed to the elegant store, No 92 NORTH j HOWARD STREET, REXWICK'S BUILDING—where may be found the most complete stock of FRENCH PLATE, PIER, WALL AND MANTLE MIRRORS, to be had in the city. I PORTRAIT and PICTURE FRAMES, square and oval, of every description, always on hand on the most pleasing j terms. Call and examine. WM. McGREW, No. 92 North Howard St., I 0c26 tf Renwick's Building, Baltimore, Md.