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THE DAILY KXCDANGEI.
Saa.la.vs exces i lh e carrl
at twvlv.-ami.. I t o f tll e city.it SIX DOLLARS
ers, mailed t . T m.\vKF.KLY edition in mailed to sub-
SATK<H"'I-LAR* ,r annum. TiMfr-iuva-
B R . ' ...lvaiue. OFFICE OF PUBLICATION— North-
V ' Baltimore ami North streets, Baltimore.
Letted M be addressed "To IH DAILY EXCHANGE,
Baltimore. M .r> :
BALTIMORE.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1858.
Our readers can not fail to have noticed an
agreeable interchange of courtesies and compli
ments, the other day, in a place where courtesies
and compliments are seldom exchanged—in the
Criminal Court of Baltimore—between His Honor
the Judge and tbe members of the Grand Jury.
The latter having safely arrived at the termination
of their labors, and being about to adjourn sine
die, thought proper to acknowledge their "many
obligations" to His Honor, for his "kindness
and polite attentions" during the term, and His
Honor, not to be out done in civility, "returned
thanks" to the Grand Jury, "for the faithful man
"ner in which they had conducted their delibera
tions, and was happy to say that they and the
"officers of the Court, in their business transac
tions had always harmonized." Altogether the
occasion was one of the greatest possible good
feeling, and Court and Grand Jury appear to have
been equally enamoured of each other's virtues,
and to have parted the best of friends. That on
the side of the Court, at least, there was
some occasion for thankfulness, there can
be no reason to doubt. In the first
place, His Honor must have been grateful
—deeply and unfeignedly so—to the Grand
Jury—for adjourning—a step on their part,
which no matter when taken, would not have
faded to "harmonize" perfectly with the
comfort and wishes of the Court. In the next
place, there was cause for gratitude, in the fact,
that among tho four hundred and seventy-four
indictments which the Grand Jury did find, there
was not one found against the Court's Honorable
Self. Had such an indictment neen preferred,
there is not a man, woman or child in this com
munity but what would have said that it was
sightly found. When a Judge in office, so far
forgets the proprieties of his station, and the obli
gations of bis oath, as to tell the counsel of a
prisoner upon whom he is about to jfass sentence
of death, that he lias not had time to look at the
authorities to which they hud referred him, in
support of a motion for a new trial, and that he
must overrule it accordingly—or to proclaim from
the bench, as this man did, on the very day on
which lie received the compliments of the Grand
Jury, that if professional bail was taken in his
Court, "it was none of his business," —practically
deciding, at the same time, that if a man
was worth $3,000, he might qualify, as a
surety, if need be, to the amount of SBO,OOO, or of
sßoo,ooo—when, in one word, judicial manners
have sunk to the lowest ebb, and judicial decisions
have reached the climax of absurdity and inconsis
tency—then, truly, tho administration of justice,
;n her chosen seat, may be said to have been robbed
of every attribute that can make it either respected
or respectable. All this the Grand Jury knew, and
more, yet failed to make their knowledge the basis
of any official action. Nor is this the only, or the
greatest even, of the sins of omission, which can
be laid at their door. During their term of office
a great crime was committed in this city—involv
ing an equal violation of public and private rights.
Those laws, upon the faithful enforcement of
which, the security of all rights, and the mainten
ance of all other laws depend—were openly and
ostentatiously trampled under foot. At a munici
pal election pretended to be held on the 13th of
October, almost an entire population was disfran
chised by systematic violence and fraud. Vet of
all these things the Grand Jury took no note. In
every ward of the city, the returns of that election
bore upon their face the patent evidence of the
frauds that had been committed—yet the Grand Jury
had nothing to say upon the subject, and adjourned
without making it even a matter of investigation.
It may be true, as we have heard, that the Grand
Jury was officially advised, a year ago, that the
Statute Law of Maryland relative to Illegal Vot
ing and Corrupt Practices at Elections, was not
applicable to the ease of Municipal Elections, and
that thence it was not unreasonably inferred ly
the rowdies, aud practically assented to by the
authorities,* that, at such Elections, any amount
of rascality might be practised with impunity.
The propriety of this advice and inference, we feel
equally disposed to question. Hut even granting
both to he correct —it is equally true, on the other
hand, that the use of violence for the purpose of
depriving citizens of their rights, and anything
like a forcible obstruction of the polls or conspiracy
to prevent people from voting, are each and all of
them offences at Common Law, and indictable ac
cordingly. There can be no question, therefore,
but that an investigation of the numerous cases of
wrung and outrage alleged to have been perpe
trated on Election-Day, formed a part, and a mo3t
important part of the duties of the Grand Jury.
What boots it—how many indictments that body
may find for violations of Acts of Assembly, de
signed for the protection of persons or property—
if those laws which are intended to provide for
their faithful execution, and for the proper admin
istration of the government itself, are subject to be
broken at pleasure? We opine, that whatever
claim the Grand Jury may have—for the reasons
we have stated—upon the gratitude of His Honor,
the Judge, they have small right to expect, under
the circumstances, any "thanks" from the com
munity.
Our pious and philosophical contemporary of
The American, has lately turned philanthropist,
and is devoting itself and its columns, with great
enthusiasm, to the discussion and elucidation of
what are called social problems. Like other
philosophers, our neighbor proposes to begin at
the beginning, and has accordingly commenced at
the foundation of the social system, with a con
sideration of the various family relations. Within
the past few weeks it has favored the world with
disquisitions upon "Marriage," "Paternal Gov
ernment," "Maternal Influence," and "Boys."
Two more articles—on "Girls" and "Nurses," it
is supposed,—will complete the series. In the most
recent of these lucubrations—that on "Boys,"
published yesterday—our contemporary patheti
cally bewails the gradual disappearance of that
"species of the genus homo" from the face of the
earth. We do not suppose that our contemporary
literally means what it says. We take it for
granted, that when it asserts that there are
no "boys"—it is only joking, or, at least, speak
ing figuratively—a form of expression which it is
sometimes known to affect. Neither can we
imagine, for one moment, that our neighbor is
serious in the advice which it gives to BARXCM,
to "buy or kidnap" some boy out in Oregon, and
bring him on here for exhibition. The American
certainly does not mean to approve of
child-stealing or child-selling. At least, we hope
not. For the sake of Religion and Humanity, and
tor the honor of our City and State, to say nothing
of the Nineteenth Century—we hope not. We
shudder at the bare possibility of the thing, and
leaving a subject which has become too painful to
contemplate, turn to consider the closing portions
of our contemporary's article. From them, we
learn that The American has a ( 'Reform Associa
tion ' of its own—not like a certain other Asso
ciation of that name—which our contemporary
lately threatened with the wratli of the "merchants
"and business community" of Baltimore—hut one
which it takes pleasure in assuring us, "is entirely
fiee from sectarian influences and political pro
clivities. In other words, it is an Association
for the reformation of hoys, which, in a quiet and
unobtrusive way, seems to be doing a good work
in our midst. IVe cordially wish it success,
and doubt not but that it deserves, and
will receive that "sympathy and countenance"
which our contemporary bespeaks 'for it. Still—
The American is not satisfied. "Boys' Meetings"
and "Girls' Meetings" may be useful auxiliaries
in their way—hut they are not all. The American
wants further assistance. It wants—what do vou
suppose?—ingenuous reader, would you—can you
imagine it? it wants the assistance of the "partizan
press"—that fly in the ointment of The American
—that thorn in the flesh—about which it has been
so grievously exercised these many months, and
which it has so frequently and ineffectually called
upon the citizens of Baltimore to discountenance
and punish. It says—we quote its words for the
satisfaction of the incredulous—"suppose the con
ductors of the partizan papers of this city"—
meaning thereby, we presume, all papers which
i o not belong to the same party with The Amcri
r-"7 ould ' ay nside for a short time, their
par y itterness, their revilings, open and covert,
their slang phrases and polished sentences-all
equally abusive and all equaUy insipid and
tiresome - well—we hope we shall he pardon
ed if we stop to take breath. That there is no
"bitterness" in ail this is p,ain-no "coveri rev"
ings' here. It ,s the milk of human kindness,
and nothing more, which prompts thee creamv
utterances of our neighbor. But to resume -
"equally insipid and tiresome, and just devote all
"the genius GOD has given them"-— .I 10W much
is that—neighbor?—"genius" t 0 pe n seu _
tences "all equally abusive, and all equal
"ly insipid and tiresome"? "to this
"single object," (the "object" has been stated in a
preceding sentence—it is the "melioration" of the
"unhappy condition'-' of onr country's youth,)
' 'hovy much might be accomplished, and how whole-
"some would he the influence exerted, both direct
' and reflex, and how much.more worthy of the sup
port and confidence of the community would they
"be." We hope that the "partizan papers" will
take note of this, and profit by the admonitions of
their Mentor. One would almost imagine, that
The American had the reformation of its contem
poraries not less seriously at heart, than that of
the "boys." Of its good advice, as we have seen,
it is lavish. We only regret that it should be so
chary—of what might go farther—its good example;
that in an exhortation to "lay aside bitterness," it
should have betrayed so much bitterness itself, —
that in an article professedly written in behalf of a
benevolent and Christian enterprise, there should
have crept in so much of the spirit of "malice and
"all uncharitableness."
THE CONCERT.
The Conceit to-morrow night will, undoubtedly,
be the most brilliant musical entertainment of the
season. The programme presents a charming se
lection of gems from tbe most celebrated operas
and oratorios, commencing with the Aria from
Lueretia Dorjiti, and closing with the Prayer from
Hoick in Egypt, to be sung by the entire company.
Tbe sale of tickets yesterday was very large.
MA RYLA NO INS TITUTE.
The course of Lectures before the Maryland In
stitute commences this evening with a lecture from
Professor Henry Coppce, of the University of Penn
sylvania. His subject, I/iKtoric Parallel of the
Mexican Conquests, is an interesting one, and Prof.
Coppee will be likely to treat it in an able
manner.
NF.IV BOOKS.
Messrs. APPLETON & Co., of New York, have just
issued the fourth volume of "The New American
Cyclopedia." It comprises a vast variety of arti
cles ranging betwen the letters IS It O and C II A,
and embracing almost every possible subject that is
open to reference. W c have heretofore expressed
a liigh opinion of the merits of this useful publica
tion, and a careful examination of the contents of
the volume before us has only added to our convic
tion of its value. On all subjects of special interest
to American readers it is remarkably full, whilst
its general accuracy is unquestionable. So great a
mass of information, as is herepresented, couldonlv
have been given by close condensation and a care
ful pruning of all extraneous matter. It is in this
respect that the talent of the editors is particularly
manifest. Every thing that is essential in a popu
larmanual will be found under its appropriate head.
Pacts alone are given—the reader being left wholly
free to draw hisown conclusions. So far,the work has
been carried out in a perfectly Catholic spirit, and
with a careful regard to the wants of the American
public. To the articles usually introduced into
works of this class a vast amount of original matter
has been added, not only in the arts and sciences,
but also in general literature, and particularly will
this be found the case in those departments of
knowledge which are frequently touched upon too
lightly in foreign books of reference. The New
American Cyclopedia is, moreover, euiimently prac
tical. There is nothing speculative about it. The
great merit of tho work is that it compresses, into
the smallest possible compass, a large amount of in
formation upon almost every imaginable subject,
while the stylo in which the articles are written
is peculiarly clear and chaste.
Published by Appleton & Co., New York. For
sale by Henry Taylor, and Cushings St Bailey.
THE TENANT HOUSE, OR EMBERS FROM POVERTY'S
HEARTHSTONE.
1 he author of this book, although liis name does
not appear upon the title page, is, we believe, Mr.
A. 11. DUGANNE, a gentleman not unknown in the
literary world, and with whose occasional lyrics,
more terse than poetic, some of our readers are pro
bably familiar. As Chairman of a Committee ap
pointed by the Legislature of New York to investi
gate and report upon the evils of the tenant house
system, Mr. Duganne, in the prosecution of the duty
assigned him, was enabled not only to lay before
the Legislature a mass of valuable statistics upon
the subject, but also to gather, in tho course of his
perambulations, many of the facts and incidents
which lie has worked up into the present
volume. Like the "Hot Corn" stories of Solon
Robinson, "Tbe Tenant House" treats of low
life in New York, and may be correctly defined,
as a body of facts dressed in the garb of a
Romance. The aim of the writer has been to
show how tbe poor outcasts of society live; the
temptations to which they are exposed; the vices
into which they are betrayed, and the diseases to
which their debased condition suhjeets them. The
book itself, though ot the "sensation" class, conveys
an impressive moral—many of its incidents being of
a deeply tragic cast. It is vigorously written, and
a3 it has been warmly commended by quite a num
ber of New York Clergymen, it is doubtless des
tined to acquire considerable popularity.
For sale by Henry Taylor. Published by R. M.
De Witt.
We have received from LUCAS & BROTHERS, the
"Baltimore Mercantile Calendar" for 1859. It is
a neatly printed sheet, containing, in addition to the
almanac for 1859, a list of the Banks and Banking
houses of this city, together with a considerable
amount of useful information, with reference to our
Railroads, Steamers, Insurance Offices, Citv Gov
ernment, Foreign Consuls, Ac.
c have received, also, from Mr. N. Hickman,
agent of Messrs. Leonard Scott A Co., publishers,
the November number of BLACKWOOD, containing
the following articles: Buckle's History of CivilN
zation: Part XVIII of Bulwer's "What will he do
with It?* Edward Irving; Light on the Hearth—
I art 111; Cherbourg the Port and the Fortress; Lord
Canning's reply to the Ellenborough Dispatch.
We are indebted to Messrs. Cushings A Bailey
lor the November number of Harper's MAGAZINE.
ELECTION SUBSlDlES.— President Buchanan in liis
reply to an invitation to be present at the Pitts
bui g celebration, part of which was given yester
day, says:
I shall assume the privilege of advancing years
in referring t > another growing and dangerous
evil. In tbe last age, although our fathers, like
ourselves, were divided into political parties, which
often had severe conflicts with each other, yet we
never heard, until within a recent period, of the em-'
ploymentof money to carry elections. Should this
practice increase until the voters and their repre
sentatives in the State and National Legislatures
shall become infected, the fountain of free govern
ment will then be poisoned at its source, and we
must end, as history proves, in a military despo
tism. A democratic republic, all agree, cannot long
survive unless sustained by public virtue. When
this is corrupted and the people become venal, there
is a canker at the root of the' Tree of Liberty which
must cansc it to wither and to die.
The Washington correspondent of the New York
Times savs :
It is supposed by many that the Senate will elect
an entire new sett of officers this winter, from
Secretary down, and the city accordingly is fillino
up with candidates. This sort of re-organization
has been agitated every year for some time past
without success; but those who desire it think
that tbe vacancy made by the death of the
late doorkeeper, opens the way for a general
sweep.
The Nebraska Legislature has adjourned, after a
session ot forty-four days. It was an industrious
body, and tbe first one in that Territory which has
not been disgraced bv local quarrels or scenes of
rowdyism. In civil matters tbe code of Ohio was
made the standard. A school law was one of the
acts passed.
A convention of delegates from the different
counties of lowa will meet at lowa Citv on the first
Wednesday of December next, to consider the pro
priety of taking measures to secure State aid for
railroad purposes. Tbe measure bids fair to be the
exciting topic in that State for some time to come.
A night or two since, burglars broke into the
store of Mr. C. Merchant, New York, and carried
off SIO,OOO worth of goods, all of which were af
terwards found concealed in an adjoininn* marble
yard.
A new counterfeit "ten" on the Wilmington and
Brandvwine Bank was circulated in Philadelphia
on Saturday night.
The Fire Witch, a light draught steamer of
1,-uO tons, built to navigate Chinese waters, was
launched in New York on Saturdrv.
HEALTH OFFICE, Baltimore November 29. 1858.
Report of Deaths in the city of Baltimore, for the week
ending Jlonday Morning,
ABth™ j 'inflammation of lungs.... 5
Child-bed 2 Inflammation of stomach. 1
Consumption 15 Old ape 5
Convulsions 2 Organic disease of the heart 2
Croup.... 5 Quinsy 1
Dropsy 3 Sinall-Pox 1
Dropsy in the head 2 Teething 2
Dysentery 1 Unknown Adult 4
Exposure 1 Unknown Infantile 8
Fever, catarrhal 3
Fever, scarlet 19 Males *39
Fever, typhoid 1 Females .*49
Hemorrhage ]
Inflammation of brain... 2 Total 88
Intemperance l[
Of which number 15 were colored persons—l 3 free, and
2 slaves.
Under 1 year 9 Between 40 and 50 years... 9
Between 1 and 2 years.... 11 44 50and CO years... 6
2 and 5 years....l 4'• CO and 70years... 3
44 6 and 10 years... 8; " 70 and 80 years... 5
10 and 15 years.. 2 " 80 and 90years... 3
44 15 and 20 years.. 3 44 90 and 100 years.. 0
44 20 and 30 years.. fcj.Vbove 100 years 0
44 30 and 40 y^ars... 7>Still-births 5
By order J. W. HOUCK,
Commissioner of Health.
MAKKIE D,
On the 23d instant, by Rev. Father Quigley, at the
Church of the Immaculate Conception. JOHN COYNE, of
Ashburton, Baltimore county, to JULIA CARROLL, of
this city.
On the 23d instant, by Rev. G. Owens, WILLIAM O.
HESS to Miss LIZZIE KEHOE, all of this city.
On the 20th instant, by Rev. B. 11. Creever. GEORGE
HART. Esq.,of Dorchester count}', Md., to Mrs. AMELIA
M WHITE, of Baltimore, daughter of the late Capt.
Thomas Clark, of New York.
On the 29th of August, bv Rev. J. Sewall, L. LORENZO
HOIiBS to Miss MrtßTilA VIXYARD.
On Rhode River, Md., on the llth instant, by Rer. R.
G. Chaney, WM. .1 tCKSON to Hiss MARY E. TI CKER,
all of Anne Arundel county.
In Norfolk. Va., on the 23d intsant, by Rev. Dr. Arm
strong. JAMES C. SPEXCE, of Baltimore, to HARRIET
C., daughter of Charles Reid, Esq., of Norfolk.
DIED,
On the 28th instant, GEORGE BALBIRNIE, aged 54
years.
On the 28th instant, SAMUEL McCURDY. in the 42d
year of his age.
On the 27th instant, JOHN L. REYNOLDS, aged 7 years
vni nc 6t ' ts ; and on the same evening, JANE B. REY
NOLDS, aged 4 years, 7 months and7 days, youngest son
Sly y 4,au ** lter of Josiah and Orpha Reynolds, of this
Gn the 28th instant, ANNIE E., aged 2 years : nd 6
Maffiu oungest daughter of John T. and Rachel S.
r/iSnl?. 6hingto "' on t,ie instant, KATE A DELIA
FORBIS, in the llth year of her age.
R KIBBV Grange, Essex county, New Jersey, THOMAS
days Baltimore, aged 62 years, 8 months and 18
•tam P LEwil l w n^ e '. , J^ d count - v ' Md •° n the 25th in *
'■ " fc IS M. WARNER, of Baltimore.
At Annapolis, on the 27th instant. Mrs. MARY ELIZA
BETH, wife of John 11. Smith, of this city.
At Newark, Delaware, on the 25th instant, JOSE
PfllNE, wife of the late Solomon I.eche.
At Texas. Baltimore county, oo the 18th instant, JOliX
P. SCOTT, formerly of Norfolk. Va., in the 55th year of
his age.
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE TRADE AND
COMMERCE OF BALTIMORE.
TO BE ISSUED ON THE FIRST OF JANUARY.
The proprietors of "THE EXCHANGE" will issue on the
first of January a statement of the trade and commerce
of Baltimore for the past year, embracing full and relia
ble statistics, and an accurate review of the course of the
market for all the leading articles of merchandise. This
statement will be prepared in the most careful manner,
and will be found to contain a large amount of valuable
information to all interested in the growing trade of the
city. It will be issued oh a double letter sheet, at three
cents a copy, and where2s or more copies are ordered, the
name and business of the party will he inserted at the
head of the statement in a conspicuous style.
CASH SYSTEM.
O.V PRE-PAID ORDERS FOR COAL, .1 discount is allowed.
The best quality DURABLE WHITE Asa and also the RED
ABU SOFT COALS. For sale by
,1. HENRY GIESE k CO.,
Office 9 South street—Yard, Spear's wharf.
WOOD.— The SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD, for sale as
usual. n3O-lt
COAL OFFICE.
No. 192 BALTIMORE ST., NEAR ST. PAUL.
$4.75 per ton for White or Red Ash Coals, delivered in
any part of the city. Don't forget the place,
n3O 3ta\vtf 192 BALTIMORE ST.
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
cial'/ interested in this matter.
For a small premium you can be protected from any
loss of rent, should ycur 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 alloat in port;
on the most favorable terms, for a year, month or week.
All losses are promptly adjusted and paid.
JOHN B. SEIDENSRICKER, Pre3t.,
J. R. MAGRUDER, Scc'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. "HERRICK'S" CARPET SWEEPERS.
Ist Diploma—awarded to
STEVEN'S $25 SEWING MACHINE.
Ist Diploma—awarded to
SHAW'S GAS HEATERS.
For sale by M. VENNARD,
No. 80 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
nB-tf near Gay St.
WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. —The fame ol
this preparation rests upon its real merit. Thousands all
over the country are using it, and it does all it claims
through the various publications that it can do. Hair
will grow on a bald scalp by its use; hair will be preserved
and beautified by its use; hair will turn from gray to its
original color by its use. We do not claim that a red
headed gentleman or lady can be turned into individuals
with raven locks or auburn ringlets, but gray hair will be
restored to tbe original color. Reader, wherever you
live, in any place you reside, Wood's Hair Restorative is
sold. Enquire for it at all the Druggists, and wherever
such articles are usually obtained, and you will find it as
we state.
CAUTION. -Beware of worthless imitations, as several
are already in the market, called by different names. Use
none unless the words (Professor Woods's Hair Restora
tive, Depot, St. Louis, Mo., and New York,J are blown in
the bottle. Sold by all Druggists and Patent 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.
n27-2w 37 and 39 Baltimore street.
WEDDING RINGS! WEDDING RINGS!
Plain Gold WEDDING RINGS.
Also, DIAMOND RINGS, with full sets PEARL and
GOLD JEWELRY.
j Also, Diamond and Enameled WATCHES, for Ladies,
with a splendid assortment of SILVER and PLATED WARE,
j for sale by
GABRIEL D. CI.ARK,
corner Calvert and Water streets.
| 83-ALI, NEW GOODS. n2e-tfr
FOR A SHORT TIME LONGER.
j In consequence of the continued demand for the celebrated
BRAZILIAN PEBBLE
SPECTACLES,
| the undersigned has made arrangements to remain in this
I city for a short time longer.
I Immediate application should be made by thoso who
! wish to obtain these celebrated Glasses, as my stay will be
limited and none of these lenses will be left by me in this
city. A. GEDEON. Optician,
At the London Watch and Jewelry Store,
n24-3w N0.159 Baltimore street.
COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION.
FIFTn YEAR.
WHAT YOU GET
Br SUBSCRIBING IN THIS ASSOCIATION.
Every person subscribing Three Dollars, will receive a
copy of the superb Steel Engraving;
"THE TILLAGE BLACKSMITH."
Also, a copy of the beautiful ART JOURNAL —an Illus
trated Quarterly Magazine.
In addition to the above, there will be given to subscri
bers, gratis on the Ist of January next. 1859, several bun
dred valuable Paintings, Sculptures, tec. Subscriptions
received by SOLOMON KING,
nl9-tl)3 Hon. Sec'y, No. 1 S. Calvert st.
G. K. QUAIL,
Will introduce his FALL STYLE OF GENTS' HATS
THIS DAT'.
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,
j Also a fine selection of FANCY FURS for Ladies
i and fancy CAPS for Children.
FASHIONABLE HAT EMPORIUM,
527-3 m No. 238 West Pratt street.
THE GROVEU & BAKER
, SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,
] Having greatly increased their facilities for manufactur
ing their CELEBRATED FAMILY MACHINES, with all the re
| cent improvements, have reduced their prices, and offer
for sate
A NEW STYLE MACHINE,
PRICE SSO.
| It is no longer questioned that these Machines are the
| best in use for family sewing. They
HEM, FELL, GATUER AND STITCH
in the most superior manner, and are the only machines
in the market that are so well and simply made, that they
may be sent into families with no other instructions than
are contained in a circular which accompanies each ma
j chine, and from which
A CHILD OP TEN YEARS
may readily learn how to use them, and keep them in or
der. They make upwards of
FIFTEEN HUNDRED STITCHES A MINUTE,
I and will do the sewing of a family cheaper than a seam
| stress can do it, even if she works at the rate of
ONE CENT AN HOUR.
| Is there a husband, father, or brother in the United
States, who would permit the drudgery of hand sewing
in his family, when a GROVER & BAKER MACHINE will do
it better, more expeditiously, and cheaper than can possib
ly be done by hand ?
Offices of exhibition and sale;—l37 Baltimore street,
I Baltimore; 495 Broadway, New York,
I tsr Agencies in all the principal cities and towns in the
United States.
B£3"Send fora Circular. nll-tf
A LITTLE BIT CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAP
EST.—Fancy, Plain and Common DINNER, TEA, and
CHAMBER Sets; INDIA CHINA DINNER Sets; Cat and
Moulded Glass in Sets; COAL OIL LAMPS and every
j thing else CHEAP at JOHN A. DOBSON & CO.'S, 2 and
4 N. Charles street. s2O 3m
DUI.ANY & HARRIS,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 46 NORTH HOWARD STREET,
Have a well selected stock of
French, English and American
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
FOR THE FALL AND WINTER.
Gentlemen of fastidious taste are invited to call and ex
amine our goods, as we think we can please them.
slB-tJanl
SAVE MONEY AND BUY SLOAT &. Co.'s
LOCK-STITCH SEWING MACHINE.
Price SSO and $65, complete.
Beauty and excellence of Stitch alike on both sides of the
fabric sewed; economy of thread, simplicity of construc
tion, portability and ease of operation, speed, quietness of
movement, strength and fiimness of seam that will not
rip or ravel, applicability to a variety of materials, com
pactness and elegance of model and finish.
L. D. CHASE, Agent,
nl6-tfr No. 99 Baltimore street.
PHOTOGRAPHS IN OIL COLORS.
PHOTOGRAPHS— in India Ink.
PHOTOGRAPHS— in Water Colors.
PHOTOGRAPHS —PIain Mammoth size.
PHOTOGRAPHS— in every style.
PHOTOGRAPHS— made every size.
PHOTOGRAPHIC TEMPLE OF ART.
G. N. BARNARD,
n 2-8m No. 213 Baltimore street,
J. B. T. PHELPS has just received a hand
some assortment of Black and Colored RIBBED BEAVER
CLOTUS, for Ladies' Cloaks. Also has on hand a large and
well assorted stock of Cloths, Cassimers and Vestings.—
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 & Co. nlO-tf
It. P. 13AYLEY,
No. 6 HANOVER ST., NEAR BALTIMORE ST.,
Has just opened a fine stock of China, Glass and Queens
ware, SILVER PLATED WARE, CASTORS, FINE CUT
LERY, Ac., which he intends sellingoff CHEAP for Cash
Persons about buying would do well to call at No. 6 HAN
OVER ST. nl6 tf
ROOFING! ROOFING!! ROOFING!!!
Economy, Durability and Security.
Warren's Fire and Water Proof
FELT AND COMPOSITION ROOFING.
Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing
Purposes.
PERFECTLY FIRE PROOF,
PERFECTLY WATER PROOF,
UNEUUALLED FOR ECONOMY,
UNRIVALLED FOR DURABILITY,
ADAPTED TO EVERY CLIMATE,
For further information address or call on
JAS. H. JOHNSON,
No. 2 cor. North and
Jy26-tf Baltimore streets, Baltimore.
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, NOVEMBER 30, 1858.
MILLER & BEACIIAM'.S
MUSIC AND PIANO STORE,
No. 10 NORTH CHARLES ST.
wyOrders for FOREIGN MUSIC solicited aud promptly
attended to. oc 20-ly
NOURSE & COWAN,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 1 NORTH CALVERT STREET,
527 Baltimore, Md. I
WHEELER &. WILSON'S
SEWING MACHINES.
NEW AND VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS.
DIAGRAM OF THE LOCK STITCH.
cro^D:"xros
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 i
fabric, and interlocked in the centre of it. Send for a Cir
cular.
OFFICE—I 26 W. BALTIMORE STREET,
AMERICAN BUILDING,
sl6-ly Baltimore, tMd.
KINDLING WOOD! KINDLING WOOD!!
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD, OF ANY SIZE,
Sawed and Split by Machinery.
Owing to the constantly increasing demand for this wood,
I have greatly increased ray facilities for preparing and I
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- i
fore being sawed and split. JAS. 11. JOHNSON,
Proprietor City Steam Fire-Wood Mill.
corner of Baltimore and North streets, over
Patriot Office.
MATHERS & IUVI N,
No. 224 BALTIMORE STREET,
North side, three doors East of Charles,
Have received a large asssortment of the newest styles o
CLOTIIS, CASSIMERES,
AND
V E 8TINOB;
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 i
the clothes. Call and leave your order and get a list of j
prices, rules and regulations. oc4-d3m
GREAT SAVING IN GAS.
J. H. COOPER'S
PATENT LEVER GAS REGULATOR.
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE MARYLAND
INSTITUTE.
Saves from 15 to 35 per cent, of Gas, and prevents all
blowing and flaring of the light.
JACKSON k CHANDLER,
Agents for the State of Maryland, and District of Colum
bia, at the office of Messrs. GRATTAN k EVANS, Gas
Fitters and Plumbers, No. 8 North street. Jar vis' Building
P. S. Certificates can be had at the office. myß tf
AMBRO-DAGUERREOTYPES, ScC.
MR. MARSTERS, 147 Lexington street, near Howard
street, will furnish his patrons with pictures on glass, i
card board, plates or canvas; life size or in miniature from
nature, or copied in oil, French Pas tell or water colors,
j in a style of superior excellence. He has on bund a full
I 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
i faction or no charge. s7-ly
JAS. W. GF.DDESS,
No. 92 MULBERRY STREET, NEAR EOTAW.
METAL ROOFING,
HOUSE GUTTERS AND SPOUTING.
! Also, REPAIRING AND BUILDING HOT AIR FU*
i NACES, LATROBE STOVES. ocS-dly
DOBBIN & WARFI ELD,
SOLE AGENTS
BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY,
oclß tf 36 SECOND STREET.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
AT 105 BALTIMORE STREET,
HAVE BEEN GREATLY REDUCED IN PRICE.
IgyWe are now offering anew family machine at the
I LOW PRICE OP FIFTY DOLLARS.
guages of every width, binding guages ci
, all sizes, are adjusted to our machines,
j JfcySend for a copy of I. M. Singer k Co.'s Gazette.
| ocl-tf W. E. BRODERICK, Agent.
MR. B. WASKEY has taken the ware
| rooms lately occupied by Wm. 11. Blass, No. 3 N. Gay st..
j 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-2in
; 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 A HOYT'S,
| GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE,
GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE,
GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE,
GRAND GIFT BOOK STORE,
No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET,
No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET,
No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET,
No. 41 BALTIMORE STREET.
ORNER OF FREDERICK.
CORNER OF FREDERICK.
CORNER OF FREDERICK.
s2O-ly CORNER OF FREDERICK.
CHINA, GLASS, &C. —Tlie greal 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. &c., kc.
at the same very low prices. t
GEORGE MCKENDREE TEAL, at iho N. E.
corner of Baltimore and Frederick streets, has received his
Fall supply of CI.OTIIS, CASSIMERS and VESTINOS.
We are satisfied that persons wishing to economize in
articles of dress will save money by purchasing of
him. oc2l-3m
/V~p IT IS NOT OFTEN THAT WE
have an opportunity of seeing such a really good
collection of PAINTINGS as those now on exhibition at
184 Baltimore street, up stairs. They are imported ly
Mr. Bee be, and consist of MODERN PAINTINGS, hy ar
tists of note in Europe. Tlie subjects are a pleasing va
riety of Landscapes, Figures and Interior-. All our citi
zens of taste should not fail to see them. They are to he
sold by auction THIS MORNING, at 11 o'clock, by F. W.
BENNETT k CO. n3O L
n-p> AT A MEETING HELD AT THE
VKJ HALL OF THE UNITED ENGINE HOUSE, on tlie
evening of 29th November, 1858. the following Resolutions
were offered by A. N. Penington:
D7serai.s\ in the providence of God, ALFRED 11. DAVIS,
an estimable man and a worthy and warmly cherished
member of this Company, has been taken from our midst
by an untimely and violent visitation of the fell destroyer
Death:
And Whereas, a sorrow stricken widow and four help
less Orphans are thus deprived of their best earthly friend
and protector, and a void which cannot be filled created
in alarge social circle of our community, therefore—
Resolved. That we as members of the United Fire Com
pany, hereby attest our sincere appreciation of our deceas
ed brother, and our unfeigned regrets at his being thus
: suddenly and in the prime and vigor of manhood called
from amongst those by whom he was truly beloved.
Resolved , That we tender our condolence to the bereaved
widow and children and to the relatives and other friends
of the deceased, and invoke lor her and her orphan ones
Heavens' choicest blessings, and that sympathy on the part
of the community, which will, in a measure, tend to the
alleviation of their sorrows arid troubles.
Resolved , That the Hall of our Engine House and suc
tion be shrouded in the usual insignia of mourning for
the space of six months.
Resolved , That a copy of these resolutions, signed by
the Officers of this Company, be sent to the family of our
lamented fellow member, and be published in the press of
this city. J. G. BAITZELL, Pres t.
JAMES B. HIXDES. Sec'y pro tem. n3O-lt*
MEKCANTL LEUBRARY
, LECTURES,
i THE FIRST LECTURE OF THE COURSE will be de
livered on THIS TUESDAY EVEXfXG, at 8 o'clock, in
I the UNI VERS A LIST CHURCH, corner of Calvert and
i Pleasant streets by
j BAYARD TAYLOR, Esq.—Subject''if OSCO lF."
j Mr. Taylor will be succeeded, in the course, by the fol
lowing gentlemen :
KEY. HENRY GILES, of Buck sport. Maine,
j RALPH WALDO EMERSON. Esq., of Concord, Mass
I REY. E. 11. CIIAPIX, I). I)., of New York.
HERMAN MELVILLE. Esq., of Pittsfield, Mass.
| JOHN. K. THOMPSON, Esq., of Richmond, Ya.
i S. TEACKLE WALLIS. Esq., of Baltimore,
i REY. T. STAR KING, I). D., of Boston,
j ARTHUR OILMAN. Esq., of Boston.
| and two or three others, yet to he definitely heard from.
I TlCKETS—admitting a gentleman and lady to the
I Course. $5.00. One person to the course, S3.CO.
Single admission to one Lecture, 50 cts.,
| are now for sale at the Bookstores of MR. JA9. S. WATERS,
! Messrs. CUSHINGS & BAILEY and MR. HENRY TAYLOR, at
; the LIBRARY ROOMS and at the Cbruch on the evening of
the Lectures.
The doors will be open at o'clock.
GEO. A. POPE,
i "27 3t President.
RT-FD THE REGULAR .SEMI MONTH
VKJ LY MEETING of the ELEVENTH WARD HE
FORM ASSOCIATION, will be held on THIS (Tuesday)
| EVENING, 30th inst., at the PEABODY HOUSE, corner
of St. Paul and Centre sts.
P3O It H. WILLIAMS. Sec'y.
| TENTH WARD CITY REFORM
ikj ASSOCIATION.—A meeting of the Association will
| be held at the MASONIC HALL, on TUESDAY EVE.V-
I IXG, Nov. 30th, at 7)4 o'clock, for the purpose of electing
j permanent officers under the Constitution.
! Members are requested to be punctual.
GEO. WM. BROWN. Chairman.
J.*J. TAYLOR. Secretary. n27-3t
/v-p> MARYLAND INSTITUTE LF.C
IKJ TURKS.—'The ANNUAL COURSE OF LECTURES
OF THE MARYLAND INSTITUTE will commence on
TUESDAY EVENING, November 30th, at 7\ o'clock
and be CONTINUED on EACH TUESDAY DURING THE
SEASON.
THE OPENING LECTURE will be delivered bv Prof.
HENRY COPPER, of Philadelphia. Subject: " Historic
i Parallels of the Mexican Conquests.'''' Showing the coinci
! dence of movements between Cortez and General Scott.
I Prof. Coppee will also lecture on the evening of December
; 14th. Subject: "The Military Element in Modern Histo•
j ryV The following gentlemen will lecture during the
: season:
Rev. E. YATES REESE, of Baltimore.
! Rev. JOHN McCROX.
i Rev. WM. BACON STEVFNS, of Philadelphia.
] Rev. Dr. JOHN G. MORRIS, of Baltimore,
i Dr. T. STORK, of Philadelphia.
Hon. Z. COLLINS LEE, of Baltimore.
I WM. W. MANN, Esq.. of Buffalo, X. Y.
[ Rev. STUART ROBINSON, of Louisville, Ky.
j Rev. CHARLES F. KING, of Loyola College,' Balto.
Dr. THEOPHILUS PARR AN, of Indiana.
! Members of the Institute are entitled to admission to
j the Lectures, with two ladies, unless otherwise advertised.
| Gentlemen joining the Institute now, will be entitled to
; six extra tickets for ladies.
| Season ticket for a gent email and two ladies $2.00
Do. for a gentleman and lady 1.00
| Single admission tickets 25
Any of the above tickets may be had at the Actuary's
Office, or the Ticket Office on lecture nights.
LAWRENCE BAXGSTON )
WILLIAM KEYSER,
SA M L S. MILLS, S- Lec. Com.
CHARLES WEBB.
n24-5t WM. HENRY JOHNSON. 1
NEW HARDWARE AND HOUSE
FURNISHING STORE.
ANDRE W REVTER <£• SOWS,
Respectfully inform their friends that they have taken
STORF. NO. 56 W. BALTIMORE ST.,
between Frederick and Gay streets, where will lie con
stantly kept on hand, a complete and handsome assort
ment of
HARDWARE CUTLERY,
And all kinds of HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES,
such as Fine IVORY KNI YES and FORKS. I'LATED and
BRITANIA WARE, as: Spoons, Forks, Tea Setts, Table
Castors, &c.. &c.
Also, General Hardware, Cabinet Makers' and Builders'
Materials, Tools and Guns.
A complete assortment of Fancy Japanned BIRD
CAGES, TEA CANISTERS. LAMPS, &e.
Persons wishing to commence housekeeping would do
well to give us a call. n3O-3m
VCAIID. —The public are informed that
. tlie taxes for which my house. No 169 East Haiti
niui-i t.. which (li Auditor. Win. Fuller, sold or pretend
' '1 tu Bell, at the Exchange Heading Rooms. on ycsteidav.
Were paid. I having the receipts for the same, and in do ■
time proper remedies will be taken against the citv for
damages resulting therefrom.
FRANCIS MUELLER,
ndO-lt* Adin'rofJ. Wrr. Mueller.
'S WIRE SHOT CARTRIDGES,
JLJ for Bird and Puck Guns, just received at the Ware
liouseof MERRILL, THOMAS k CO..
239 Baltimore street.
N. B.—Agents for the Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manu
facturing Co. n.iotf
DEPOSITS IN FARMERS' A- MER
CHANTS' BANK OF BALTIMORE, of three years
standing, uncalled for, November 29th, 1858:
C. \\ , Andrews, $1 00 J. F. Hensler, ri no
J. Bevan, 101 It C. Murray, Tk 2
A. S. Buck, adm., 2 00 J. tl. McCay, 1 14
C. Bateman & Co., 3 51 W. 11. Pyfer, 4 37
It. Carter & Son, 2 61 W. A. Page,' 4 79
Geo. Coss, 2 49 T. N. Reid,' 142
Geo Cassard, Jr., 5 45 J. W. Stewart, 3 35
C. I'eniour, 1 27tJ. D. Tustin, ' 9 ->6
J. Gamber, 1 85 Jas. Walker, i Jr.
Ilall & Co., 8 (X) M. Wheeler, 1 ill
W. E. Harding, 2 88 Ware & Ludlow, 185
1., llenly. 6 21 Abner Williams, 9 76
C. kretzer & Co., 2 33: Hy. Webb, J l7
ii3o luw3w JAMES MOTT, Cashier
DiVIH ENUS I N FA H.N i E ATEIT
CHANTS'BANK OF BALTIMORE, due over three
years and not called for. November 29th. 1858:
Isabel Ann Barron, $3 75 Deborah Merryman 65 00
Catharine Brent, 16 20 George Merryman, ' 360
Richard Cnale f 17 50 George Morris, if
J. R. Calwell, 10 50 Alex McKim, in trust son
F. J. Dallam, Cas., 3 75 P. E. Price, ',50 00
Robert Dawson, 2 50 Jno. C. Richards, 6 50
Alex. De La Tullage, 500 Jacob Shriver. 54 no
F T. Fitzhugh, guar- Nicholas Snowden 800
dian ofG.B Fitzhugh,l6 .50 Ann SMrlcy, ' 125
John Ferguson, 6 25 L. G. Shipley, 949
Martha Gwynn, 18 75 Ann Swann, I*l 00
Charles Gwynn, 3 00 Ann Jane Swann, 2 00
T. \\. Hall, 12 50 John James Swann "MO
Louisa A. Hoffman, 111 00 Jesse Tyson, 800
Benjamin Harice, 21 GO Elizabeth Wilens, admx.4 50
T. W . and h. A. Lever- Henry Wilkens, 33 75
ing, in trust. K. 00 Ann Williams, 10 00
Fred. A. Levering, 10 80
n;iolaw3w JAMES MOTT. Cashier.
OFFICE OF THE GAS LIGHT COM
PANY OF BALTIMORE, Baltimore, Nov 29th 15.58
—The President and Directors of the GAS LIGHT'COV
PAN Y <ii-- 11AI.TIMOltK. have declared a DIVIDEND OK
FIVE PER CENT, on , in Capital Stock of the Company
payable at the 1 moil Bark of Maryland, on and after Ist
December next. The transfer books will be closed until
after that date. JOSEPH BROWN,
nSO-eoSt Secretary.
"17S71ML SHRIVER & co; "
V V IMPORTERS A Nil
DEALERS IN BRANDIES, WINES. GINS SCOTCH
AND IRISH WHISKIES, '
CHOICE BOURBON. OLI) RYE. AND MOXOXGAHELA
WHISK I E S .
nUO-tf CHEAPSIDE \xn 47 CALVERT ST
poKF.LL BROTHERS' SI EVER
V_V PLATE POLISHING POWDER, for POLISHING
GOLD, SUA ER and all metals susceptible of a polish, and
also lor GLASS, in mirrors or elsewhere, requiring very
little labor to obtain a beautiful and durable polish, for
sale, wholesale and retail, by
CANFIELD BRO. k CO..
n3 ° lf 209 Baltimore St.
E FOR *SALE.—The three-story Brick
Warehouse, No. 27 Cheapside, now under rent to a
good tenant. Apply to
WM. 11. WARD & CO.,
n,JOlm 17 Hanover st.
E< CONSTABLE'S SALE.—P>V virine
of a writ of 11.fa. issued by Daniel Myers, a Justice
of tiie 1 eace, at the suit or Thomas 11. Hodges, et
a!., against the goods and chattels, lands and tenements of
Catharine Gleason, I have seized and taken in execution
all the estate of the defendant in and to ALT. THAT 1 OT
OF GROUND, situat' d in the city of Baltimore, on the
north side of Hull s Lane, having a front of about 14 ft
and a depth of about 45 ft., improved by a TWO STORY
BRICK HOUSE and BACK BUILDING, designated as
No. 6. And I hereby give notice that I will, on the pre
mises, on TUESDAY AFTERXOOX, December the 21st,
1858, at 4 o'clock, sell, by public auction, the said proper
ty so taken in execution, to the highest bidder for cash
n3O-dec,7,11,14,18421 PETER HARR, Constable!
TRUSTEE'S SALE.—In pursuance
Jlii| of a decree of the Circuit Court of Baltimore city
the undersigned trustee, will sell at public auction
at the Exchange Reading Rooms, on WEDNESDAY the
22d day of December next, at 1 o'clock P. M.—
1. ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND, fronting 12 feet on
the north side of Comet street, and of that width.extend
ing back at right angles with Comet street to Necessity al
ley, which was subleased by John Simpson to David Ba
ker, subject to a rent of S2O per annum, payable Ist Julv,
by deed dated 27th June, 1817, and recorded among the
land records of Baltimore county in liber W. G No 141
folio 477, kc.
2. AI.L THAT LOT OF' GROUND, fronting about 12 feet
on the west side of Lewis street, formerly called Long al
ley, and running back about 27 feet nine inches, which
was leased by William Calender to David Baker, subject
to a rent of $6 per annum payable 4th March, bv deed
dated 4th March, 1830, and recorded among said land i-.-c
--ords in liber W. G., No. 203. f01i0494. kc.
,- i - A '-'- THAT LOT, beginning at the southeast corner
of McElderry and Caroline streets, running east on McEl
derry street 64 feet, and south along tlie east side of Caro
line street 70 feet, to a ten foot alley, which was leased hy
Frederick Crey and wife to David Baker, subject to an an
nual rent of S7O, payable X yearly, first of May and first
of November, by deed dated 6th May, 1844, and recorded
among said land records in liber J.K., No U42,f01i0 71 kc.
4. ALSO, ALL THAT LOT to the eastward of and 'ad
joining the lot last described, fronting on McElderry
street 11 feet, and running back 70 feet to a ten foot alley
The two last named lots are improved by a lar-'e TWO
STORY BRICK BUILDING, used as a Mill for grinding
Sumac and Quercitron Bark. The Steam Engine, Pul
verizers, -Machinery, and Apparatus of everv kind at
tached to the building, will be sold with it. The Mill is
at this time in operation, and may he examined through
out hy any person desirous of purchasing it.
Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree are, X cash,
Xin six. and Xin twelve months,the credit payments to
bear interest from the day of sale, and to he secured bv
the bonds or notes of the purchaser or purchasers, with en
dorsement satisfactory to the Trustee
WM. F. FRICK, Trustee,
„ 82 Fayette St.
n3O-3tawads GIBSON & eO., Auctioneers.
OHAUNCEY BROOKS vs. CORREL K. BROOKS
fN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BAL
L TIMORE CITY.—NOVEMBER TERM. 1858.
The object of this suit is to procure a decree for a sale
of certain mortaged premises in the citv of Baltimore
which were on the thirtieth day of December, 1854 mor
taged by the defendant, Correl E. Brooks, to Cha'uncey
Brooks, tlie complainant.
Tlie bill states that on or about the 30tli of December,
1854, tlie said Correl E. Brooks conveyed certain lease
hold property, which is particularly described ill the bill
and its accompanying exhibit unto the said Chauncey
Brooks, byway of mortgage, to secure the payment of the
sum of seven hundred dollars, with interest from the said
date, until due three years thereafter. Tlie bj',l further
states that thiough inadvertence and without anv fraud n
lent intention the said mortgage was not recorded, and
that tlie said Correl E. Brooks has removed from the State
of Maryland to parts unknown to the complainant, who
claims that the said property is nevertheless charged with
and liable to be sold for the payment of the aforesaid
debt and interest.
It is thereupon, this 27th day of November, 1858, ad
judged and ordered that tlie complainant by causing a copy
of this order to be inserted in some newspaper published
at Baltimore once in each of four successive weeks be
fore tlie 30th day of December next, give notice of the ob
ject and substance of this bill, and warn him to appear
in this Court on or before the 30th day of March. 1859,
to answer the premises and show cause, if any he has',
why a decree ought not to pass as praved.
WM. GEO. KREBS.
n3O law4\v True copy—test—W. 11. 11. TCKXER. Ci'k.
ALE AND PORTER.—In irlnss I,utiles:
Burton I'ale Ale, pints and quarts; Dublin XX Por
ter, pints; fresh importations for sale by CAI'RON k CO.,
62 S. Gay St. n.BO-tf
MESS PORK.—Extra heavy Nash's pack
ing, for sale by JOSEPH CARSON ft CO. u3O tf
BULK HAMS.— IH.HOU pieces well etit and
cured, for sale to arrive, by JOSEPH CAIiSON & CO
n3O-tf
HERRINGS. —A rare article lor families;
Susquehanna Roe Herrings in half barrels, warrant
ed all Roe, for sale by J. HENRY GREENWAY & CO., 48
p: BBLS. PURE CHERRY I!KANL>Y.—
t/Ver.v fine, for sale hy WM. SHRIVER & CO., N05.47
Cheapside and 47 Calvert st. n3O-tf
ONE PUNCHEON PUKE JAMAICA
Spirits, for sale by WM. SHRIVER it CO.. N05.47
Cheapside and 47 Calvert st. n3O-tf
NOTICE— AMOS LOYE.IOY HAS NO
INTEREST OR CONNECTION with Mr. G. II
HAIG, at tlie Old Store. No. 123 Baltimore street, opposite
American Office, having sold out tiie entire stock to him
last February.
AMOS LOVEJOT~& CO.,
N E W STORE.
No. J95 BALTIMORE STREET, second door below Messrs.
H. Easter k Co.
All NEW GOODS, and best importations of
HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
CART WRIGHT & WARNER'S MERINO GOODS.
UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Also SCOTCH WOOL AND SHAKER KNIT SIIIIiTS,
DRAWERS AND HALF-lIOSE. of superior quality,
wholesale and retail, No. 195 Baltimore street, between
Light and Charles streets. n24
GJ ENTLEMEN'S SHAWLS.
I 10 cases Glasgow Manufacturing Co. MAUDS;
15 do. Glanmorgau do. do. do.
10 do. Bruner Co. do.
of low medium and extra grades, just received and for sale
by [nl9 eo2mr] B S. k\\. A. LONKV & CO.
A GREAT WORK OF ART COMING !
-A HERRING'S Great Painting,
"THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH,"
From the Cosmopolitan Art Association, will be on exhi
bition in a few days, at
"29 2t _ SAMSON CARISS & CO.
PATENT ASPHALTED
ROOFING FELT.
A CHEAP, LIGHT, DURABLE,
AND
PERFECTLY FIRE AND WATER-PROOF ROOFING,
FOR
Churches. Houses, Farm Buildings, d-c.
For further particulars and samples, apply to
C. H. MYERS & BRO., Agents,
n29-tf 72 Exchange Place, Baltimore.
Pi I(ENJX SPICE MILLS.
WAREHOUSE 58 SOUTH STRED
WM. H. CRAWFORD & CO.,
PROPRIETORS,
Offer to the wholesale trade of this city the South and West
GOODS of equal quality and price on same terms as any
other house in the United fe22-tf
NEW MUSK ' .11 S T PUBLISHED"
Four beautiful compositions, by A. WALLER-
T KIN, handsomely illustrated—viz:
QUEEN OF BOHEMIA POLKA;
EI)ING BURG SCIIOTTISCH;
UN A'VEN, (The Consent) RE DOW A ;
CLEMKNCE POLKA.
MILLER k BEACHAM,
oc2o-tfr No. 10 N. Charles st.
gHIRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS !
MADE TO ORDER
FOR
For $1.50
aud $1.75.
AT
RAYMOND'S
36 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
OH IT. TO ANY MADE ELSEWHERE
For s2.uo
anil $'4.50.
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED I
A great variety of
UNDER SHIRTS
AND
DRA WERS
Adapted to the fall trade.
BOYS' SHIRTS,
Of a sizes
TIES,
SCARFS,
GLOVES,
HDKFS,
&c., &c.,
of new styles
Embracing
every article
usually kept
in a
first class
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS STORE,
ALL AT
aI-8t VERY LOW PBICEB.
•A. IIORSF.S FOR SA LF..—A pair
jffiS§nfc of superior SMALL HORSES, suitable for a
viiW family or a buggy. They are perfectly gentle
and trained, and spirited trotters: wan anted in every par
ticular. A note directed to box 1164 Post Office, will have
immediate attention. n25-6t
NOTICE. —We have now opened a full
stock of' CLOAKS, SHAWLS,
DRESS SILKS and FRENCH EMBROIDERIES.
Call and see. STEPHEN L. BIRD & CO.
nl7-tf 69 Baltimore St., near Gay st,
STORAGE WILL BE RECEIVED ON
the first floor of Warehouse No. 62, South Gay street.
CAPRON A CO, n3-t<
OFFICE OF THE
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMP'Y.
INSURANCE BUILDINGS,
NO. 49 WALL STREET.
NEW YORK, OCTOBER 27, 1858. I
TIIE FOLLOWING STATEMENT OF THE AFFAIRS
OF THIS COMPANY is published in conformity with the
requirements of the lotli 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
° FBE do 19,195 34-$961,502 60
Total amount of Premium? *1.274.322 07
Amount of earned Premiums during the year. $1,026,299 52
Do. return Premiums 97,432 67
Net Earned Premiums $928,866 85
Losses <luring the same period:
On Marine Risks,(lesssavings,&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-,12112
The ASSETS of the Company on the 4th of
October, 1858, were as follows, viz:
Real Estate and Bonds and Mortgages $492,500 00
Stocks, Loans on Stocks, Accrued Interest on
Bonds and Mortgages, and Loans, Rents on
Real Estate, Salvages, kc 459.742 01
CNSH 157.621 06
Bills Receivable 604,871 09 I
Premium Accounts not yet Collected 6.824 62 j
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 PER 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
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
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.
C. OLIVER O'DONNEI.L,
Agent in Baltimore,
P4-3taw3m NN. 51 Exchange Place.
BALTIMORE FIRE INSURANCE CO
(ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF HALF A
CENTURY.)
NE \V BUILDING,
S. W CORNER OF SOUTH AND WATER STREETS.
This Company INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DAM
AGE BY FIRE, in the city or country, on the various de
gcriptions of property.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
J. I. COHEN, JR., President
R. A. TAYLOR, WM. GILMOR,
W. G. HARRISON, J. PENNINOTO
S. T. THOMPSON, JOSHUA I. COHEN,
GEO. R. VICKERS, FRANCIS T KINO,
F. W. ALRICKS, HENRY CARROLL,
S. O. HOPFMAN, R. S. STECART
DAVID S. WILSON, WM. H. B&UJZI.
W. F. WORTHING TON,
f022-eotfr. FRETVK WOODWORTN, Secretary
DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY IN
SURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.
Incorporated hy the Legislature of Pennsylvania 1835.
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 nou
ses, kc.
ASSETS or 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 is instructed to give notice to all
persons in this city who desire to PLACE risks with said
j Company, that their applications for Insurance must he
j made at their agency in Baltimore.
HENRY A. DIDIER,
J je2l-tfr Commercial Building, Gay street.
'TREASURY DEPARTMENT, -
: A COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE.
Mr. THOMAS D. JOHNSTON, Agent of the following
Insurance Companies, has duly complied with the LAW
relating to the "AGENCIES OF FOREIGN CORPORA
TIONS," passed March 8,1858.
W. H. FURNELL, Comptroller.
MARINE INSURANCE.
THE MERCANTILE MUTUAL.
MARINE.
INSUIIA NCE COMPANY,
NEW YORK,
ELLWOO A WALTER, President.
Assets January 1,1858,
| NINE HUNDRED AN D THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
Scrip and Cash Dividend
- TWENTY-EIGHT AND ONE HALF PER CENT.
OPEN AND SPECIAL POLICIES
ISSUED ON THE MOST ADVANTAOKOCS TERMS.
PREMIUMS LIBERALLY CREDITED.
THOS. D. JOHNSTON,
73 SECOND STREET.
SECURITY TIRE.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $260,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BT
THOS. D JOHNSTON,
PHENIX FIRE.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $280,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
TIIOS. I). JOHNSTON,
NSW WORLD EIRE.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $234,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
THOS. I). JOHNSTON,
RESOLUTE FIRE.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $240,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
THOS. D. JOHNSTON,
ALBEMARLE FIRE.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SIBB,OOO.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
THOS. I). JOHNSTON,
LYNCHBURC.
INSURANCE CO. OF VA.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SIBI,OOO.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
THOS. D. JOHNSTON,
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF
THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $354,000.
POLICIES ISSUED, LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID BY
TIIOS. 1). 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 most reliable and availa
ble securities, and are ample for any emergency which
could arise under the sagacious jurisdiction which controls
their operations.
JOHNSTONS INSURANCE ROOMS,
73 SECOND STREET.
OC9 T,TH&3tfj
A GREA T WORK OF ART COMING - !
HERRING'S Great Painting.
"THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH,"
From the Cosmopolitan Art Association, will be on exhi
bition in a few days, at
n29-2T SAMSON CARISS k CO.
DR. E. P. MORONG,
SINCE HIS RETURN FROM EUROPE,
Makes an exclusive specialty of the treatment of
DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR.
MEDICALLY AND SURGICALLY.
OFFICE, 71 N. CHARLES ST.,
524-tf Baltimore, Md.
A GREAT WORK OF ART COMING!
IIERRIXG'S Great Painting.
| "THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH,"
From the Cosmopolitan Art Association, will be on exhi
tion in a few days, at
n29-2t SAMSON CARISS & CO.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
-L BILLS ON LONDON AND PARIS,
IN SUMS TO SUIT,
AT ALL TIMES, for sale by
0c23-tfr MCKIM & CO.
WALKER & CO.,
CLOTHIERS ,
WASHINGTON BUILDINGS,
BALTIMORE STREET,
| ocll-tfr Between Light and Calvert streets.
OFFICE OF THE
MARYLAND SPORTSMAN'S CLUB,
D. B. TRIMBLE,
j au2B-tf 2(H) Ilaitira&re street.
DEAN, ADAMS AND DEAN & COLT'S
REVOLVERS, small size.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
j au2Btf 200 Baltimore street.
PUKDY'S, LANG AST E1 {'S Ami DEAN,
Adams' & Deau's GUNS, imported to order, by
D. B. TRIMBLE,
i auSO tf -200 Baltimore street.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE" BARREL
DUCK GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
j AU'JS T F 200 Baltimore street.
| r |BI E CELEBRATED Carroll Island Duck
| JL GUN, by Westly Richards.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
j au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
DOUBLE baihiell BIRD <; UNS— By
Richards. Manton, Greener. Moore, and all English
makers; for sale by D. B. TRIMBLE,
j au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
B" OYS' SINGLE ANT) DOUBLE ISAII
RELL BIRD GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2S-tf 200 Baltimore street.
FRENCH BREECH-LOADING SHOT
GUNS.
D. B. TRIMBLE,
an2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
]"? VERY ARTICLE IN THE SPORTING
-JUNE, to be had at
THE SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE,
D. B. TRIMBLE,
J au2B-tf 200 Baltimore street.
DECO Y DUCKS, at Manufacturers' prices
D. B. TRIMBLE,
au2Mf . 200 Baltimore street
POE & HOWARD,
WAREHOUSE, NO. 69 PRATT STREET,
NEAR BOWI.Y'B WHARF,
Manufacture SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, FRAMES, and all
I kinds of SASH FACTORY WORK.
Also, furnish every description of BUILDING MATE
RIALS.
ocM -tfr FACTORY—LOCUST POINT RAI.TO
T KELJLIi & SON,
X • MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 3 LIBERTY STREET.
Have received a full assortment of the newest
STYLES OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE,
FOR THE
FALL AND WIN TE R SEA SON,
and respectfully solicit a call from their customers and
; others.
ttT'To cash purchasers a liberal deduction will be made
s2B-3mr
CHEAP FOR CASH.—Lumber, Shingles
and Laths, from yard or wharf, by 8. WILLIS, cor,
E. Falls and Eastern avenue. n!9-tf
WHOLESALE P( UUlA.skks
OF DRY GOODS
Are invited to examine the large and splendid assort
ment of
FOREIGN DRY Go
carefully selected by one of the firm i 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
trade.
80-tr HAMILTON EASTER & CO.
lADIES' CLOAKS!
J LADIES' SHAWLS. !
SILKS and other DRESS GOODS.
We are now manufacturing LADIES' CLOAKS of all
descriptions and prices, to which we invite special at- |
tention.
SHAWLS! SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
The most complete assortment to be found, and at very |
low prices.
SILKS, MERINOS,
I)E LAINES, CHINTZES,
BOMBAZEINS, ALPACCAS.
and every other description of Dress Goods.
DOMESTIC and HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, and heavy !
fabrics for servants' wear. - 1
Also, EMBROIDERIES and FRENCH FANCY GOODS
in great variety. STEPHEN L. BIRD & CO.,
nl2 tf 09 Baltimore street, near Gay St.
OPENING
—OF—
RICH AND BEAUTIFUL DRY GOODS
Comprising all the newest and most attractive styles
111 SILK ROBES, A TABLEAU
ROBES, A I.EZ;
ROBES, A DOUBLE JUPE;
SILKS, by the yard in great variety.
Also, a complete assortment of
PRINTED MERINOS; -I
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
P. S.—A large and well selected stock of Housekeeping 1
and DOMESTIC GOODS. Also, a full assortment of
CLOTHS and CASSIMKKKS, for Men's and Bov's wear.
nJ-tf WROTH .V: FULLKRTON, 85 Baltimore st.
Stats.
TU^ANTED.—Heavy Rough White Oak
' ' Pipes and Hhd. Staves, apply to LAMBERT GIT
TINGS. No. f,S Buchanan's wharf. n.I-tf !
WANTED. —A well secured Ground !
Rent of about $2,500; apply to
sll-tf " H. SULLIVAN,;.Vo. 24 Second St.
Jtf"OW READY!
BOBBINS'
CELEBRATED BURGLAR ALARM,
OR,
LITTLE WATCHMAN.
A SIMPLE, RELIABLE AXD CERTAIN DETECTIVE
IN CASE OF BURGLARY.
COSTS BUT A TRIFLE,
I PLACING IT WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL.
THE MOST PERFECT MACHINE TOR THE PLRPOSI
EVER INVENTED!
At the recent Fair of the Maryland Institute if attracted
the attention of every visitor; over
ONE THOUSAND
Orders having been taken to furnish the
BURGLAR ALARM
TO CITIZENS AND STRANGERS
j The arrangements for always having a supply of the
LITTLE WATCHMAN
on hand are now completed, so that
THE PUBLIC
' can be immediately furnished by leaving their orders at
ROBBINS & CO.'S,
Nos. 46 and 48 Light street,
n22-lmr corner of Balderston.
MANlFAiTl'llKl)
AND LEAF TOBACCO,
HAVANA CIGARS, sc.
0*7 An PACKAGES MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
> I''U of favorite brands, qualities and sizes, receive.!
from the best factories in Virginia 'and North
Carolina.
BALKS HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO; various
OJ' ' Vegas and classes, of our im|)ortation.
9* o CASES CONNECTICUT SEED LEAF TOBAC
CO. extra wrappers and selections, from some of
the best crops.
100 CASES do. do., Fillers.
CASES PEXN'A SEED LEAF TOBACCO,
J £>•) Wrappers and Fillers.
ftQHHDS. MASON CO. LEAF, choice quality.
| I ( IHI 1 HAVANA CIGARS, embracing popu
1J I "J* "jl "" 111 lar brands of all sizes and classes.
SMOKING TOBACCO.—A new article manufactured at
Havana, of the choicest Vuelta de Abajo Tobacco, express
ly for the city retail trade, in 11. papers ami cases.
VI KGINIA 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.,
ulO tfr 37 South Gay st.
OTOCK HOUSE
i —OF—
JOHNSTON BROTHERS k CO.,
We attend PROMPTLY to tlVf purct.Lse R a E nd T 3u"on
Commission of Stocks and Securities.
Orders executed at the
BALTIMORE AND NEW YORK BOARDS.
STOCKS CARRIED.
Wearealways prepared tocarry Stocks upon reasonable
! terms.
EXCHANGE AND
BANKING DEPARTMENT.
I We pay particular attention to the purchase and sale of
i VD'"ItKi.NT MONEY, ami are enabled from our active
j reciprocal correspondence with the PRINCIPAL BANKS
; of the country, to buy at very low rates.
DISCOUNTING TIME PAPER AND LENDING
\ MONEY ON COLLATERALS.
We are constant lenders 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 <1: CO.,
Oc7-tf BANKERS.
Be not deceived by signs, or
OTHERWISE!
J. W. RICHARDSON is NOT DEAD, neither has lie re
: tired from business, but is located at No. 12 N. Gay street,
( adjoining Christ Church, where he lias a large and general
J assortment of superfine and medium quality
| CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and NESTINGS,
! with a variety of other STAPLE DRY GOODS, all of
j which he will retail on favorable terms.
I Having secured the services of Major ROBERT HALL,
whose reputation as a first-class Cutter is universally ad
mitted, he hopes to manufacture GENTLEMEN'S CLOTH
ING to suit all who may favor him with a call, pledging
himself that no effort shall be spared to give satisfaction.
NO. 12 NORTH GAY STREET,
! 0c23-tf adjoining Christ Church.
( BUNIONS, NAILS PENETRA
; TING THE FLESH, extracted without pain, so tha
j the boot can be worn immediately withoutthe least iricon
[ venience, liy I)R. PAINTER,
j . Surgeon, Chiropodist.
J-VS ly Office No. 21 N. Calvert street
QEI.LING OFF! SELLING OFF!
O HOSIERY, SHIRTS,
GLOVES AND DRAWERS.
SIGNS, AMOS LOVE JOY.
123 BALTIMORE STREET,
Between Calvert and South, opposite the American Of
; nee I shall this day commence selling out my large new
and well selected Fall and Winter stock of HOSIERY,
SHIRTS, DRAWERS, GLOVES, YARN'S, LADIES'
j DRESS TRIMMINGS, & c, without regard to cost, prior
to tearing down the building in the spring. This is an
| opportunity seldom offered, as the stock is new and of the
' best quality, and must be closed out before the new build
i ing commences. Come and see the bargains for your
selves, and don't forget the old stand,
SIGNS, AMOS LOVEJOY,
123 Baltimore street, 7 doors west of South,
oclS tjanlr _ opposite the American Office.
i BYRD &" COT"
NO. 16 IIANOVER STREET,
! AGENTS FOR
THE AMERICAN and
BAY STATE PRINTS,
LAUREL 1) SHEETINUS.
I PATAPSCO OSNABURGS,
UNION and
| °B-ly OELI.A DRILLS
MOUNT VERNON < •<>.,
OFFICE, X'O. 94 LOMBARD STETET,
Manufacturers of
COTTON CANVAS.
ALSO
RAVEN'S DUCK, SEINE AND SEWING TWINE.
ap3o-tfr
JOH N*SH'ANAMAN
HAS REMOVED FROM SNOW HILL,
And commenced the Manufacture of
| EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TIN & SHEET IRON WARE
AT
No. 15 S. CALVERT STREET,
ttvk. x. , - BALTIMORE,
Where every article connected with his business mav be
found, and which will be disposed of at the lowest prices.
Special attention paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
fS r A11 orders from the Eastern Shore and elsewhere
i "Htneeeive prompt attention. mrti ly
PHiEMX STRWI MA RULE WORKS,
ESTABLISHED IS2O,
CORNER SHARP AND GERMAN STREETS.
Persons owning familjflotsin public cemeteries or pri
vate burial grounds, are respectfully invited to call before
purchasing elsewhere, an ! examine the stock of
MONUMENTS, TOMBS. HEADSTONES, &c.,
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
rf*o cA'IIPKNTKUS AM) UC'ILDKUS.
1 GELSTON'S PLANING MILL,
AND SASII DOOR FACTORY,
C'ORXER CAROLINE AND FLEET STS.
Call before purchasing, and examine the large stock of
seasoned \ELI.OW I'INE Dressed Flooring; also, WHITE
and T ELI.OW PINE LUMBER of all kinds. On hand, a
large stock of ready-made
DOORS*, SASH. SHUTTERS, Ac.,
which can be purchased much below present prices. Call
and see for yourselves.
All orders left at the office, corner of Charles and Lom
hard streets, promptly attended to. n22 t
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SIL
VER WARE.
W. B. L ARMOUR,
No. 10 Light St., opposite the Fountain Hotel, Light St.,
invites the attention of purchasers to his new stock of fine
GOLD and SIL\ ER CASES, and warranted splendid time
,'''lf!",B-;achoice stock of French and American
JEW ELR\ ,of the latest patterns; Sterling Silver and
Albata Ware of every variety of stvle; Gold and Steel
Spectacles; Eye Glass; Clocks; Liquor Stands; Fancy
Goods, A*c., at low priced. Watches and Jewelry repaired
in the best manner. n.-n ♦
jT •- S. McULKLLAN,
FASHIONABLE HATTER.
Xo. 343 WEST BALTIBHIK STKEET, NEAB EBTAW
Manufacturer and Dealer in
HATS CAPS CHILDREN'S FANCY GOODS, UMBREt
s8 3mr an " "" * " rSt
RICHARDSON &CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSONMERCHANTS,
No. 67 EXCHANGE PLACE,
Baltimore. mrl-tf
II* OR SHIPMENT.— 150 cases SHOES,
suitable for South American markets; for sale by .
JOHN C. BALDERSTON,
. Commission Merchant,
n . ' 3w No. 14 Hanover t.
VTEW A ssem BLY R< K )MS,
COR. HANOVER K LOMBARD NTH
MONDAY & TUESDAY EVENING, Nov. 29th and 30th
FATLLF.LT KEMP'S OLI) FOLKS
will have the honor of appearing in one of their
SOCIAL GATHERINGS,
Or, M USICAL R E -UNIONS.
This popular troupe consists of
37 I'ERFOKMERS,
with their Grand Orchestra, clad in costume of 100 yeau
ago.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
WEDNESDAY—Return of the Old Folks to Maryland
Institute.
Doors open at commesoeit 7M P-M. nR 2t
TVEW ASSEMBLY ROOMS.
T * M. STRAKOSCH'S
G RAXI) ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY:
GRAND ITALIAN OPERA!
MUSICAL FESTIVAL !
UNPRECEDENTED COMBINATION OF MUSI
CAI. STARS!
The public are respectfully informed that
Mme. COI.SON M ile PARODI,
Mme. 1)E WILHOKST, Mme. STRAKOSCH,
Sig BRIGNOLI. Sig. LA B(M'KTTA
Sig. AMODIO. Sig. ETTORK BARELE,
Sig. NICOLA BARII.I, and MAURICE STRAKOSCH,
will appear in a
BRILLIANT MUSICAL FESTIVAL I
ON
WEDNESDAY EVENING, December Ist.
The programme will be the most interesting am! varied
ever offered in this city, and will contain gems and con
verted pieces from the following Operas and Oratorios-
DON GIOVANNI, MARTHA,
TROVATORE, ROBERT LE DIABI.E,
TRAVIATA, LA FAVORITA,
I PURITANI, LUCRETIA BORGIA
THE PROPHET, SE.MIRAMIDE.
ST. PAUL, CREATION.
English Songs, Duetts, French Songs, etc.
The Manager begs leave to announce that
MME. DE WTLHORST, M'LI.E PARODI,
MME. COI.SON, MME. STRAKOSCH,
will all appear on one and the same evening.
Although the expense to engage such an unprocedent
ed galaxy of musical celebrities as announced in the
above advertisement, and it is well known that no combi
nation of four eminent Prima Donnas, such as—
M'l.I.K PARODI, M'ME COLSON.
M'ME W'ILHORST. M'ME STRAKOSCH,
has ever appeared together in this city, the manage*
ment lias nevertheless determined to fix the price of ad
mission to all parts of the Hall to
ONE DOLLAR.
RESERVED SEATS FIFTY CENTS EXTRA!
Seats may lie secured, commencing ou MONDAY
MORNING, Nov. liatli, at o'clock, at the Music Stores
of WILI.IG, North Charles St., and McCAFFREY, Baiti
more street.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; performance to commence at 8
o'doak. niM-tf
HP EM PER AN C E HALL,
A GAY STREET.
O N E W EE K MORE
J. INSCO WILLIAMS' CELEBRATED
BIBLE PANORAMA.
This magnificent painting commences with Chacs, and
continues down in historical order to the Babylonish Cap
tivity, containing more than fifty of the most sublime and
interesting scenes in the Bible.
Exhibitions every evening. Doors open at %to 7, com
mencing at 7 % precisely.
Tickets 25 cents—to he had at the Hall door. Children
under ten years old 15 cents.
Also exhibitions on WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AFTER
NOONS, for Families and Schools. Doors open at *2, to com
mence at 3 o'clock precisely.
| by PROF. TIDBITS. n'29-tf
IpKONT STIIKKT~TI I KATKE. ~
| LESSEE AND MANAGER TOM KING
THIS TUESDAY EXENING, November 30th, 1808
| SECOND WEEK OF THE MODEL COMPANY
LED BY TOM KING.
11l their acts of
1 DASHING HORSEMANSHIP,
TRIALS OF THE GLADIATORS,
FEATS OF THE "MANGE," AND
PERILS OF THE "PERCHE "
JOKES UY THE GREAT CLOWNS,
EPH HORN AND TOM WATSON.
| In fact everything to be found in the country good is here
FIRST APPEARANCE OF TIIE ARABS
! 7SC ADMISSION 25 CENTS
KI'LL HORN S BENEFIT
j On WEDNESDAY, Dec. Ist—positively his last night
in this city, as he sails for California on the 6t h.
i TOM KING has succeeded in effecting an engagement
: with the "beautiful,dashing and youthful" Equestrienne,
MISS SALLIK STICKXEY.
who will make her first appearance T< MORROW, for
U EPH'S" BENEFIT?
| J_|OLLIDAY STREET THEATRET
i KUNKEL k CO Lessees
JOHN T. FORD Manager
Engagement of the popular American Actress, MRS.
JULIA DEAN HAYNE.
| On THIS TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 30th, 1858,
Will be performed,
THE WIFE!
Mariana Mrs. Julia Dean Hayue
j Julian St. Pierre ilr. H. F. Daly
j Olio Dance Miss Partington
To conclude with
A QUIET FAMILY!
Bibbs Mr. Fiske
Snarley Miss Joffaiiau
In preparation, the dramatic romance of
MONTE CKISTO!
PRICES OF ADMISSION :
Dress Circle and Parquette 50 cents.
Family Circle 25 "
Colored Gallery ... 25 u
No extra charge for reserved seats.
Doors opi'n at t,. ronnm-nct* at 7\ 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, Tntlu
enza, Asthma, Bronchitis, and all other diseases of the
i Throat ami Lungs. He will devote particular attention to
the treatment of all skin diseases—Lumbago, Scrofula,
Rheumatism, (acute and chronic,) Neuralgia, Paralysis ,
Epilepsy, Dyspepsia, Pi leg, and all derangements of the
j Stomach, Liver and Bowels; and also to all chronic Female
, diseases. Special attention will be given to the treatment
j of the EYE and EAR.
I Without the use of the Knife or Needle, and he has con
stantly on hand an excellent assortment of beautiful Ai
tifici.il 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
j 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
us** of the knife. Special arrangements must be made with
Dr. Baakee for the treatment of the last named diseases, as
they will require his constant advice and attention,
j IK. BAAKEE is ne 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 ten cents.)
from any distance, correctly stating the nature of the dis
: ease, shall be promptly answered, and the patients treated
! by correspondence FREE OF CHARGE,
j Office hours from 8A.M.t05 P. M.
: - DOCTOR BAAKEE.
No. 74 LEXINGTON ST., between Charles and Liberty
m... Baltimore, ifd. n2O-tfr '
OLDEST ESTABLISHED STAND
IX THE CITY.
ANDREW E. WARNER,
No. 10 X. CAY STKF.UT,
MANUFACTURER OR
SILVER WARE AMI FIXE GOLD JEWELRY,
AND DEALER IN
I SILVER PLATED WARE,
A XT* FANCY ARTICLES CEXERALLY,
Has 111 store a beautiful assortment of New Styles and
Patterns of Rich Jewelry and Silver Ware suitable for
£ l 3^V?™ bra . ci " K a preat vari ety ' f Set and Plain Gold
BROOCHES; Mosaic, Carbunkle, c, ral Pearl Lava
| Cameo, Etruscan, Ac., EAR RIXGS; I'RACELETS; Fix'
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
cils and Pens; Sleeve BUTTONS and STUDS; Gold and
I '/? l Bracelets, Pins and Ear Rings; HAIR
I JEWELRY of beautiful designs, &c
| Also a complete assortment of Rest Quality Heavy 811-
ver Plated TEA SETTS, Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Cake
Baskets. 1* ruit, Batter and Salt Stands, Castors, Candle
Sticks, Pearl Handle Dessert Knives, SPOONS, Forks,
Ladles, FANCY ARTICLES, Ac., which will be sold on
the most reasonable terms. s'2o-tf
SELLING OFF!
SE L L IN O o FFI
A large stock of
CABINET FURNITURE,
; At greatly reduced prices, at
WM . p sPENC ER ' S
Wholesle and Retail
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS,
| Xos. 32 and 34 SOUTII CALVERT STREET,
i To reduce stock the undersigued oilers great induce
ments to purchasers of
FASHIOJIABI r. oa 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.,
n2 tJanlr WM P. SPENCER.
All wool reFts.
CRIMSON,
MAROON,
GREEN,
BLUE,
and DRAB.
WILLIAM HOLLAND,
ocs-3m No 72 North Howard st., Baltimore.
! \IEW Y(IRK STEAKi
It SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT,
OFFICE 142 LEXINGTON STREET, BALT.
We would beg to call call the attention of the public to
| the fact that we are prepared to do, in the most superior
I manner, every description of
SILK AND WOOLEN CLEANING,
j We have no French patent right for covering up spots,
I but, by certain Improvements in machinery ..f our own,
coupled with the chemical knowledge necessary to eflcct
the same, ale now ready to thoroughly cleanse every de
| scription of ladies' gentlemen's and children's we'ariog
| apparel, whether 2 tide of VELVET, SILK or WOOLEN GOODS,
! and do not requre the ripping of the same, excepting in
, cases where it would be of decided benefit so to do Par
ticular attention paid to CAMEL'S HAIR, WHITE, CRAFR,
j and other SHAWLS, LACE CURTAINS. SILK PRESSES, EM
I BROIDERIES, MRRINOES. KID GLOVES. ,xe.
SPOTS OF GREASE, OIL. PAINT. ICE CREAM,
j or of any other nature taken out. if possible, without
i cleansing the whole garment. Gentlemen's garments will
be prepared by a regular tailor, thus insuring a proper
I finish. si-14 Urn I
PAGE'S*
MARBLE WORKS,
I MANTELS, MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
IOILDI X G W t) R K ,
N. CALVERT STREET, NEAR FRANKLIN,
yID-dly ■
f CASSARD A SON,
VT. PORK PACKERS, HAM CURERS,
AND DEALERS IN
PROVI SI ()NS GEN ERA LI. Y,
Nos. 407 AND 409 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
j n.l-tf Baltimore.
ct TO RAGE AND WHARFAGE.
PATAI'SCO WAREHOUSES. CANTON.
STORAGE on ground floors IN FIRE PROOF WARE
j HOUSES, for 10,000 Gins Guano, Salt or Sugar at moder
ate rates and WHARFAGE for largest ships with 2o feet
\ water. Apply to
GEORGE A. WILLIAMS
teJtf No S Duvan's Rnil.iii g
TATILLIAM HOLLAND!
> T UPHOLSTERER AND PAPER HANGER,
No. 72 N. HOWARD ST.,
Just received a large and elegant assortment of UPHOL
STERY GOODS, em*>racing Satin P lain". Brocatelle,
I Repts, Cornices, Bands, Pins, Ac. Also, I.ACE CUR
TAINS, Furniture Coverings, French and English Paper
I Hangings and every variety of Window Shades.
oc4 3m
lIGHT! LIGHT!
J Wholesale Agency for JONES' PATENT LAMPS,
superior to all others in tlie market. Also, doalerinCOAL
I OIL LAMPS of every description. Constantly on hand,
| COAL OIL of the very best quality, whi )i we will sell at
I the market price in quantities to suit purchasers.
AM MI DON A- CO.,
' 8 22 3m No. I South Liberty st.
rs R. COU PLAN I),
FASHIONABLE HATS, CAPS, Ac
; aVo. 40 Baltimore Street.
Between FREDERICK and HARRISON STS.
mrllty BALTIMORE
HARDWARE . Manufacturers'
Agents for the sale of all kinds of AMERICAN and
FOREIGN HARDWARE. HISS & COLE,
-tf ST * outh Charles street,

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