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Commission jflcrctrants.
j. a. TEA vims. ~jr-. * "•A.wwmu
rpUAVERS .V Mil HELL,
I tsuccessors to Thomas Hooper.)
SHIP CHANDLERS, GROCERS, SHIP BROKERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
So 2 STKAK'S W HARF, BALTIMORB, MD.
p., R .i■■ r ~Attfnti"ii to the sale of Grain. n!3 tf j
"4 LISKKV it CO.,
A COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEAIERR IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
g j S , No. 61 Exchange Place, Baltiroor'
T\ A7~& T. H. HALL,
I, . COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 CAMDEN ST., BALTIMORE,
Give their exclusive attention to the sale of
OBACCO, COTTON, FLOUR, GRAIN, PROVISIONS,
ixlistf &c., Ac.
X' E WCOMER 6i STONEBKAKER, I
IN FLOUR AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS,
Nos. W AND 55 S. HOWARD ST.,
BALTIMORE,
i nU Cash ad voces made on consignments. n!2 tf
1T ROCERY AND PRODUCE COMMIS
IT SION MERCHANTS.
J. TIE Kit Y GRF.ENWA Y <£ CO.,
No 48 S. CA LVERT STREET,
BALTIMORE.
Sole Agents for Allen & Needles' SUP. PHOSPHATE
ml. oc2tf WM. P. THOMPSON, Jr.
1A A Vll > T. BUZBY,
XJ PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT.
FOR THE HALE OF
CHEESE. BUTTER AND PROVISIONS,
No. 0 EXCHANGE PLACE,
oc7-tf Baltimore.
V. <H NTH EE. HIHKI A. RODEWALD.
/ lUNTHER & RODEVVALD,
AT GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
TOBACCO FACTORS,
SO I.OMIIARD STREET,
One door West of Exchange Place, Baltimore, Md.
524 If
RH. ATWELL & CO.,
;. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
68 SOUTH STREET, (BOWLT'S WH'P,)
,24 If BALTIMORE.
I/ SCHLUETER&CO.,
\j. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND IMPORTERS
OF
GERMAN, HA J ANA, AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
No. 91 W. LOMBARD STREET,
Opposite the Farmer's and Merchant's Bank,
s6-3m Baltimore
J. p. MILLER. A. D. MILLER*
I F. MILLER & CO.,
I. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
s :-. tf 79 BOWLY'S WHARF.
KENRY HI EM AN ALEX. KIEMAN.... JOSEPH H. RIEMAN.
S IENRY HI EM AN & SONS,
J 1 PROVISION
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
N. HOWARD STREET,
s o tf BALTIMORE.
KN <) X & CO. .
SHIPPING <f- COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
9 GROCER'S EXCHANGE,
Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments of Pro*
4uce, Ac., to our friends in Liverpool, London, Glasgow,
Berry, &c., and every and latest information relative to
Markets furnished at our office. Consignments respect-
Ynlly solicited. aulS tf
JOHN I r. PICKKELI.. LEWIS WARRINGTON.
JOHN b\ PICKRELL & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
114 SMITHS WHARF,
BALTIMORE,
6ive attention to consignments of Cotton, Rice, Sugar,
Molasses, Provisions and Fish, and fill orders for Flour,
rrain and Groceries.
ST"Liberal advances made on consignments of F'our,
"SFle-at and Corn to our friends in Liverpool. aud-tf
J~~OSH UA WALKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN
FEED, HAY AND STRAW,
No. 110 N. HOWARD STREET.
Family, Extra and Super Flour of the best selected
Wands, Corn Oats, Corn Meal, Chop Rye and Mill Feed
Ha.v and Straw in hales. Cut Straw. Ac. mr.27 tf
HALL & LONEY,
COMMISSION AND SHIPPING MERCHANTS,
BALTIMORE, MD.,
LRE PREVARED TO MAKE LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES on
riour. Grain, Provisions, Ac., consigned to their friend
3 Liverpool, London and Glasgow. They attend to the
t eceiving, at, and shipping from Baltimore, without any
rhargeof commission to the shipper. fe22-jt
SDWARD DE WILLIAM ROGERS
DE CORMIS & ROGERS,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, BRANDIES, GINS.
SCOTCH AND IRISH MAI.T WHISKYS
JNGI.ISH AND SCOTCH ALE AND PORTER,
mr24-tf No. 4 COMMERCE STREET. Bait.
W T. WALTERS & CO.,
. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES <f: LIQUORS,
NO. 68 EXCHANGE PLACE'
LOMBARD STREET,
BALTIMORE.
#y A large and very fme stock of OLD RYE WniSKE Y
iti hand. fe24 tf
S T MARTIN. WM. K. MARTIN.
T. MARTIN & BRO.,
X . IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
LIQUOR S —and
General COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 72 CALVERT ST., (one door from Pratt),
gial-tf Baltimore.
E. a. GRANT. J. B. GRANT.
{ < RANT &. BROTHER,
II COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
NO 61 EXCHANGE PLACE,
fe22 tf. Baltimore.
fe22 tf. Baltimore.
J OHN S. WILLIAMS & BRO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
52 COMMERCE STREET,
JE22-tf. BALTIMORE,
WM W. JANSEV LOUIR STOW.
JANNEY & STOW,
PRODUCE AND GENERAL
COMMISSION ME II CHANTS,
No. 101 SOUTH STREET,
fe22-ly Baltimore.
JOSEPH CARSON. H. 0. VICKERT.
JOSEPH CARSON & CO.
WESTERN PRODUCE
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 43 AND 45 LIGHT STREET,
Baltimore.
Liberal advances made on consignments fc22 tf
'IIT.NKY B. <'l SUING,
J TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
65 SOUTH GAY STREET,
E. S. COURTNEY, BALTIMORE.
C. E. CURIIINO,
J. A. COURTNEY. _ . _ re 22 tf
HALL &. LONEY,
SHIPPING A XI) COMMISSION ME R OIL A NTS
No. 56 BUCHANAN'S WHARF,
BALTIMORE,
tSive particular attention to consignments of SUGAR,
NOL.ASSES, COTTON, COFFEE, RICE, FISH, PROVIS
IONS, FLOUR, GRAIN, &c.; also fill orders for same.
fe22-TF
3ttotnciis.
i\f J WATERMAN,
T T . ATTORNEY AT LAW,
S3 WEST FAYETTE STREET:
KP"FV ALL BUSINESS PROMPT. s2-tf I
JOHN BOZMAN KERR,
.1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW,
Has resumed his Law Office, in EASTON, Maryland, and ■
he will practice in Talbot and adjacent counties. Resoling i
at ST. MICHAELS, he will be in EASTON, on the public
days, each week. 0c22-3m*
W~~ C. N. CARLI,
• 31 LEXINGTON ST., BALTIMORE.
SAMUEL S. CARR,
TOWSONTOWV, BALTIMORE COUNTY.
A TTOR N E Y S- A T- L A W.
Particular attention given to business in the Circuit
Court for Baltimore county. oclfi-tf
WILLIAM J. O'BRIEN,
ATTORXEY-AT LAW,
OFFICE — No. 49 Fayette Street,
NEAR CALVERT STREET, BAITIKORE,
Will practice in the Courts of Baltimore City, and the ad
joining counties. si ly
DWARD W. BELT,
-J ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Upper Marlborough, Md.
Will promptly attend to all business* in the Courts of
PRINCE GEORGE'S and the neighboring Counties, and in
the Court of Appeals. au9-tf I
R. STOCKETT MATHEWS,
A TTORNE Y AT LAW,
OFFICE No. 1 COUNSELLOR'S HALL,
(46 LEXINOTON'BTRELT,)
Baltimore,
Will attend promptly to all kinds of business appertaining
to his profession. fe22-tf.
CHARLES E. PHELPS,
A TTORNE Y AT LA IK,
No. 1 LAW BUILDINGS,
Continues to practice in the Courts of BALTIMORE CITY
and HOWARD COUNTY. fe22-tf.
ROBERT D. BURNS,
A TTORNE Y AT LAW,
NO. 5 COUNSELLOR'S HALL,
"22-tf. LEXINGTON STREET.
T FRISBY HENDERSON, ~
A • A TTORNE Y AT LAW
AND
COMMISSIONER FOR PENNSYLVANIA,
No. 6 COUNSELLORS'HALL,
tf. Lexington street.
T JOSEPH ROGERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
83 West Fayette street, above Charles,
™ e3 in the courts of BALTIMORE CITY, ANNE I
AKI > DEL, and neighboring counties. All matters apper- |
aining to the profession promptly and carefully attended
iusiitcss (CarDs.
LUTHER J. COX & R. B. VARDEN,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
No. 3 JARVIS' BUILDING, NORTH ST.,
__ .. _ purchase and sell
REAL ESTATE, GROUND RENTS. MORTGAGES AND
n3 tf PATENT RIGHTS, Ac., Ac.
JLYLE CLARKE & CO.,
• COMMISSION MERCHANTS
___ FOR TIIE SAI.E OP
VIRGINIA MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
No. 106 W. LOMBARD ST.,
n 3~tf Baltimore.
TJ. W. DUNCAN,
-"-A DEALER IN
TEAS, WINES AND GROCERIES,
.- 8 - E - CORNER PAVETTE AND PINE STREETS,
oclstf BALTIMORE.
J NO. GAYNOR,
P ROVISION DEALER,
48 SOUTH STREET,
T C< J ll9 % t ; lnt,y for . sale BjiC <>n, Hams, Sides, Shoulders,
Lard, Mess Pork, kc. selVfim
LA. COLBERT;
• ARCHITECT AND CONTRACTOR
FOR BUILDINGS OF ALL KIND
SHOP IN EXCHANGE ALLEY
outli aide Exchange Place, bet. Commerce and Gay
R —-COUNTRY COTTAGES,d^igned'anTei^uted
wuu neatness and despatch. jy2fl-dtf
JOHN H. OMX)NOVAN, JU.,_\I AIM , ;U R
t'r er and Dealer in every variety of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 1\ INES AND LIQUORS
AND AGENT FOR TIIE BALE OF '
~° L D Y E WHISKEYS.
• _ 33 Cheapside, Baltimore.
J A. DUSHANE;
• COMMISSION PAPER DEALER,
SOUTH CHARLES ST.,
, , "■ Lombard,
- auZl t i BALTIMORE, MD.
QUITZOW &. McMULLEN
IMPORTERS AND DEALTKa ,1
W INE 3 AND FOREIGN LIQUORS
OP EVERT DESCRIPTION '
47 CHEAPSIDE d 47 CALVERT ST.
JylO-tf BALTIMORE.
JOHN W. HOGG, ~
ARCHITECT AND PRACTICAL SUPERINTENDENT
FOR P UPLIC AND PRIVA TE BUILDINGS
Office 2, (up stairs,) No. 11 South Street
(NEAR THE SDN BUILDING.)
je23-ly Baltimore.
LINET& MURDOCH,
ARCHITECTS AND SUPERINTENDENTS,
NOS. 1,2,3 and 4 MCELDOWNEV'S BUILDING.
ap2B-tf __
LEONARD VANDEN KERCKHOVE,
artist.
STUDIO, MoELDOWNEY BUILDING,
mrSl-ly Corner Charles and Fayette streets.
Mines, ITiqnors, tte.
| R • KRAUS & CO.,
IHSMJ IMPORTERS AND
SHHi DEALERS IN LIQUORS AND WINES,
PRODUCE AND CIGARS.
NO. 13 CIIEAPSIDE, ONE DOOR SoiTll OF LOMBARD ST.,
Offer for Bale an extensive assortment of Pure Cognac
Brandies, various vintages; Whiskeys, Old Rye, superior 1
Scotch, Old Bourbon, Monongahela: Holland Gin, of dif
ferent brands; Domestic Brandy; (iin, Pure Spirits, Rec
tified Whiskey and Peach Brandy; Swiss Stomach Bitters,
a superior article, of which we are sole agents for the State
of Maryland. Cigars imported and domestic; all guaran
teed to give satisfaction.
oc!9-tf NO. 13 CHBAPSIPE.
|V.' \ n JOHN n. O'DONOVAN. Ju.,
iffteagfiaj IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
FOREIGN AND
DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
No. 33 CIIEAPSIDE,
Has for sale a large stock of OLD RYE AND BOUR
BON WHISKEYS, part very old and superior; fine old
Scotch Whiskey; Cognac and Rochelle Brandies, of vari
ous grades, in bond and duty paid; fine Holland Gin: Ja
maica Spirits; Port, Sherry, and Madeira Wines, of me
dium and fine qualities, by the cask or demijohns, and
every variety of Domestic Liquors, as Whiskey, Brandy,
(Jin, Wine, Cordials, &c.; for sale at fair market prices
a:i<i upon reasonable terms. ocl3tf
FSOO Bl.ls. MAGNOLIA WIJIS
KEY.—S, N. Pike k Co.'s Cincinnati, ORIGI
- irtl NAL MAGNOLIA WHISKEY, which has so
eminently maintained its high reputation in every part of
the United States dining the last twenty years, will ,
henceforth always be found in great supply ami furnished ,
to the trade at CINCINNATI PRICES, by the subscribers,
appointed SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE AGENTS for the
above old Distilleries.
The public are cautioned against the spurious imitative
brands which envious parties have so long foisted on pur
chasers. Their great inferiority to Pike's Original Mag
nolia may effectually serve to detect them.
W. GRANGE k CO.,
3 Exchange Place.
AT,SO,
Pike's superior deodorized COLOGNE and other Spirits,
at lowest market prici s. sB-tf
fg fgi COMING THROUGH THE
RYE .'"—CHOICE OLD RYE WHISKEY,
C. ZIEGLER, BROWNSVILLE, PENN.
IN CASES OF ONE DOZEN BOTTLES EACH.
This extra old Whiskey, warranted pure and deliciously
inild, is unsurpassed by any in the market. II is particu
larly calculated for family use, where quality is a cousid-
I oration. Soid exclusively by the proprietor's agents,
* WM. GRANGE & CO.,
$8 tf :> Exchange Place.
THOMAS SHIELDS. P. J. ROCHE.
! SHIELDS & ROCHE,
! IMPORTERS OF
WINES AND BRANDIES,
Ami dealers in all kinds of DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
No. 145 North Howard street, Baltimore, Md.
j Always on hand, a large stock of superior Old RYE
WHISKEY. au!7 tf
S QUprZOW &McMULLEN,
NO. 47 CHEAPSIDE,
47 SOUTH CALVERT STREET,
IMPORTERS OF
BRANDIES, WINES, &c.,
Now offer, in and out of bond, all kinds of WINES and
BRANDIES, at the lowest New York prices. We keep on
hand constantly, an extensive assortment of these GOODS,
to which we invite the attention of TRADE. Our facili
ties are not surpassed by any house in this country.
We enumerate in part, the following stock:
Cognac Brandies—Jas. Heiioessy; Otard, Dupuy k Co.;
Jules Robin, Rochelle Brandy, Camillc Seignett, Bor
deaux Brandy, Champagne Brandy, of different grades.
Madeira— Welsh's, Almeida—Newton, Gordon & Co.; L.
Koester & Co.; Celt*, Sicily Colli, and Muscat.
Sherry—Bernardo, Duff, Gordon k Co.; Romano, Of
fley's.
Port Wine—Bumester's, Royal Alto, Duoro k Co., G. T.
Port; V. R. Port; Osborne's, Treble Grape, Ac.
Claret—of various grades, in cases.
Choice and inferior brands of Champagne—Mums, Verz
enay. Cabinet, Imperial, Due De Montabello, and other
brands.
Malaga—Of different brands.
Also, Porto Rico Bay Ram, in cases. au!2
jffSEjlt LAURENCE THOMSEN & CO.,
rSfegtf EXCHANGE PL ACE, HEAD OF COMMERCE
STREET,
IMPORTERS OF
BRANDIES, WINES, SEGARS Ac.,
Offer for sale an extensive assortment of
BRANDIES:
J. Hennessy; Otard, Dupuy & Co.; Jean Louis, 1811; Su
perior old Cognac; Jules Robin A Co.; Seignette; John
Durand A Co.—of various grades. All in U. S. Bonded
Warehouse.
WINES:
Sherry, Maderia, Port, Sicily, Lisbon, Burgundy and
Malaga Wines in casks. Also, Champagne, Claret and
Hock in glass—part very choice; Curacoa and Maraschino
Cordials.
HOLLAND GIN, of Bicker's "Grape" brand—of highly
approved quality. London Brown Stout and Porter;
Scotch and India Ale. Bordeaux and Marseilles Sweet
Oil, Sardines, Macearoni, Vermicelli, Olives, Capers, &c.,
Ac.
HAVANA SF.GARS constantly receiving from a num
ber of the most celebrated manufacturers. A je3o-tf
CHARLES H. ROSS & OO ,
IMPORTERS ANI) DEALERS IN
LIQUORS , WINE S <£ c. ,
NO 9 COMMERCE STREET,
Keep constantly in store and United States Bonded
Warehouses,
COGNAC BRANDIES
Otard Hennessey Ac
ROCHELLE BR ANDIES,
Seignettee, Pellevoisin, Ac.
HOLLAND GIN,
Grape, Imperial Eagle, Ac.
WIN E S ,
Champagne. Sherry, Port, Madeira, Malaga, Ac.
A M ERICA X LIQUORS,
Special attention is solicited to their large stock of
OLD RYE WHISKEY,
Which cannot be excelled by any house in the United
States, including Extra Fine Super or Monongahela,
Jackson, Family, Pure R. Rye
Also, Imitation Sweet
MALAGA WINE
Which cannot be excelled by any house in the ".United
States.
DOMESTIC BRANDY, GIN,
PURE SPIRITS, RECTIFIED WHISKEY,
GINGER, LAVENDER AND
W I LI) CII ER R Y B R A NDY,
All guaranteed to give satisfaction, or will be taken back.
jeß tf
% A C A It o.—For the purpose of
,l„in ;i more general CASH BUSINESS, I have
dSfißsEk made arrangements to sell iny stock of Goods
for cash, at the lowest r< numerating prices. This arrange
ment will he extended to all family accounts paid
promptly every June and January. A liberal allowance
will be made to wholesale purchasers, for cash. I offer for
sale in bond and in store,
OLD COGNAC BRANDY, 15 years old.
OLD SCOTCH, IRISH AND RYE WITISKEY.
OLD JAMAICA RUM AND HOLLAND GIN
MADEIRA WINKS, DONALDSON'S SERCIAL
RESERVE,and other WINKS. 20 years old.
SHERRIES, u I DOW HARMONY'S CELEBRATED
TOPAZ, OLD POMARE. and other brands.
FINE OLD PORT, CHAMPAGNE, (my own importation,)
with RED LACH, GOLD LACH, ASSOCIATE
VERZKN'A Y.
HEIDSECK, and other good brands.
D. LEIDEN S CELEBRATED HOCK WINES.
STELTON, GLOSTKR, PARMESAN AND AMERICAN
CHEESES.
OLD MOCHA, JAVA, and other COFFEES. TEAS of
all kinds and best quality.
FRENCH PEAS, MUSHROOMS, TRUFFLES, MEATS,
and SOUPS, hermetically sealed; PATE DE FOI GRAS,
small size.
A large assortment of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC COR
DIALS, and fine GROCERIES of every description, for
sale l>y GEO. HOLLINS,
14 N. Charles street,
myl2-tf corner of Fayette.
r - ' \ ".IAS. IIA'/.U I Tic CO..
ntfjHr IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IX WINES, BRANDIES AND LIQUORS,
39 & 41 SOUTH GAT STREET, BALTIMORE.
A large and superior stock of PURE RYE WHISKEYS,
rom the most celebrated Distillers. nirl7 tf
WINES, BRANDIES, RUMS,
fa&Siy BLACK TEAS, Ac.
P. TIERNAN & SON
Offer for sale the following articles, of their own importa
tion, particularly for family use:
SHERRY WlNES—Pemartine's finest pale, gold and
br>wn Sherries, in wood and in glass.
PORT WlNES—Sandeman'scompetition red and white
Port, in wood and in glass.
MADEIRA WINE—John Howard March's fine Madeira,
in wood and in glass; also, Crape Juice.
HOCK WlNES—Joliannesberger, Steinberger, Marco
brunner. Cabinet, I.ieb frau-milch, Bronneberg, of 1846.
CHAMPAGNE WINES—Moet and Chandon's finest, in
quarts and pints.
BRANDIES.—Otard and Hennessy's fine old pale and
dark Brandies.
RUMS—OId and fine Jamaica, Antigua, Grenada, and
from the Islands, imported direct from London.
HOLLAND GlN—The best quality—Tiernan brand—and
no mixture of aromatic poison in it.
200 half chests of the finest SOUCHONG TEA. ap3 tf.
WINES,BRANDIES, &c.
rafefeasyi J. B. CHARRON A CO., AGENTS
AAFISFC* FOR VINEYARD PROPRIETORS
IN FRANCE,
Have just received and offer for sale very superior COGNAC
BRANDIES, vintage 1811. Charron Pereetfils Brand;Em
ile Belmont A Co., Cognac Brandies, various vintages;
Bordeaux Claret Wines from low to finest grades; Bur
gundy Wines, from Medium to very best grades produced
in France; superior White Wines; Champagne Wine,
various brands; HOLLAND GIN and SCOTCH WHIS
KEYS of prime qualities.
The above will be sold in a United States Bonded Ware
house or duty paid.
Also, on consignment, 10 bbls. very old and prime
Monongahela Rye Whiskeys; 10 bbls. very old copper dis
tilled Bourbon Whiskeys; 200 bbls. fine medium grades
Bourbon and Rye Whiskeys, to which we invite the atten
tion of tLose in want of pure liquors. Office No. 134 LOM
BARD STREET, 3 doors east of H&nover. aps tf
DENMEAD'SIRON WORKS.
A& W. DENMEAD & SONS,
• • BALTIMORE,
Locomotive and Stationary Steam Eng ne Builders, Iron
Founders, General Machinists and Boiler Makers.
of Improved BLOWING MACHINES
for Anthracite and other Blast Furnaces, SUGAR, GRIST
SAW and ROLLING MILLS
fe22 ly.
M ATMATHFOT &. SON'S
y SOFA AMI FURNITURE WARKROOMS,
' 1 • NOH. 25 AND 27 NORTH GAT ST.
(Near Fayette street.)
Extending from Gay to Frederick street.
Always on hand a large assortment of every variety of
HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE FURNITURE, embracing—
Bureaus, I Sofas, Assorted -olors of
Bedsteads, | Tete-a-Te(e, Cottage Furnit'e,
Washstands, j Arm Chairs, Settees,
Wardrobes, J Rocking Chairs, Wood Chairs,
Spring Beds, j Etageres, Office Chairs,
Mattresses of I Marble Tables, Barber Chairs,
Husk, Cotton I Reception and Up Cribs and Cradles,
and Hair. J bolstered Chairs, Sideboards.
EXTENSION TABLES OF EVERY LENGTH.
Persons disposed to purchase are invited to call and give
our stock an examination, which for variety and quality
of workmanship cannot be excelled by any establishment
in the country. A. MATHIOT k SON,
aul4-tf Nos. 25 and 27 North Gay street.
I,. PALMER,
A WHOLEHAI.F DKAI.KR IS
FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, ft 0.,
JVo. 4 BOWLrS WHARF,
II A I.TI MOKE, LLD.
COXSTAXTL Y OX 11AND,
ALMONDS, WALNUTS,
FILBERTS, PALM NUTS,
GROUND NUTS, RAISINS,
CITRON, PRUNES, FIGS,
DATES, CURRANTS, ORANGES,
LEMONS, ROCK CANDY,
OLIVE AND BORDEAUX OIL,
GINGER, MACCARONI,
FRENCH MUSTARD,
FIRE CRACKERS,
SARDINES, &c.,
Which he offers to the trade at the lowest market
rates. au.'i tf
BURGLAR PROOF AND FIREPROOF
CHILLED IRON SAFES, WITH COMBINATION
BANK LOCK.—THE WORLD'S SAFE COMPANY have
established an agency in Baltimore for the. s;ile of their
IMPREGNABLE CHILLED IRON SAFES,
BANK LOCKS AND VAULT DOORS.
These are the only reliable ROHUER PROOF SAPES ever of
fered for sale in Baltimore. No reliance can be placed on
Sheet Iron Safes. C. S. WILLF.TT, Agent,
jy7-tf 192 Baltimore street.
IARD OIL~
A FOR BURNING OR LUBRICATING.
We call attention of the trade and machinists to our
make of LARD OIL, a supply of which, freshly made, we
have constantly on hand. This OIL is pressed from best
quality Lard without the aid of acids or any foreign sub
stance, is free of gum, and for burning or lubricating can
not be excelled. GEORGE k JENKINS,
No. 3 Commerce street.
it^ C re^er ie ow ' n f parties who have been using
G. H. Reese k Bros., W. k H. Spllcker,
A. kW. Denmead k Sons, Poole & Hunt,
R. Sinclair. Jr. k Co., Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co.
H. Abbott k Son, George Kerr, Agent Thistle
harden, Manufacturing Co.
je2-dftmo
T|RUGK ;ISTS ARTK :LES OF ALL THE
j various styles, made of Hard and Soft Rubber,
. Syringes, Breast Pumps, Pessaries, Nursing Bottles. Sur
geon Bandage, Elastic Stockings, Teething Kings. Nipples
* ipple Shields. Also Machine Belting Packing and
Hose, which we will sell at New York prices.
K. M. PUNDERBON 4 CO.,
oclS "" No. 309 Baltimore strut.
fflbatto. I
JYJANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
324,' boxes J. D. New & Co., pound lumps.
394,' " W. L. Ogden, " "
30% 14 N. Peyton A Co., '• 14
22% *• Wandering Jew.
50 44 E. J. Pilkinton's extra fine 44
25 cases Don Quixotte, %
25 44 Sliiloh.
5 44 J. Q. Wade, 44 44
20 44 Sweet Orange, 44 4 *
30% boxes Price A Harwood 4's, 44 14
33% 44 W. Spotswood A Co. s's, 44 41
r 2G% 44 Putnum s's, 44
41 % 44 Don Quixotte s's, 44 44
21 % 44 Ben Tanner s's, 44 44
20% 44 Jack Robinson s's, 44 44
31 44 Pitman s's,
30# u W. H. Grants s's & B's * 4 44
136# 44 Jewctt 10's, 4 * "
45# 44 Putnum 10's,
30# 44 Lynch 10's,
20 kegs Rose Twist,
Received per steamers and for sale by
JACOB HEALD k CO.,
n27-tf No. 58 S. (lay street. |
LEA FTtHJACH :o
370 bales Havana Tobacco, very fine.
75 44 Vara 44
Just received and for sale by
JACOB HEALD k CO.,
ii-27 tf N". 58 S Gaj t
JYJ.\i\LTFA( TL RED TOBACCO.
POUNDS.
W. Hancock, I T. Wilkinson,
J. B. Gaddcss J. Richardson,
Jenny Lind, | W. M. Irby,
Bill Hixon, I Sam Ward,
P. Pugh, ' Talliaferro and Massie,
Eclipse I Wild Orange.
HALF POUNDS.
Nation's Pride. I Washington,
People's Favorite, | Don Juan.
FIVES k TEN'S.
Russell & Robinson Sun Flower, Hodevah,
Ellen Glenn, James Piper, John Stanley,
Buffalo, Express, J. Royal 1.
J. W. Atkinson, W. Goode k Co., |
FANCY STYLES.
Lusuria del Popolo, I Lyle Maxwell,
Banana, I Apricot.
JAMES THOMAS' BRANDS.
Virginia lbs. Lump, I Jewel of Opliir, Twist,
El Dorado, | Diadem Twist.
For sale by J. LYLE CLARK E k CO.,
nl2 tf 119 West Lombard st.
jyjA N UFACTURED T<)BACCO.
Norwood, lbs. Bill Hixon, lbs.
Bluff City, 44 j Excelsior,
Caledonia, 44 'St. Charles de Soto, 4
Lunsford & Bro., 44 JA. M. Aitken,
John Wilson, 44 John Booker,
Cole, 44 Wayne,
J. Harper, extra, 44 Ogden,
S.O.Smith, 44 ; W.H.Jones,
John Thomas, 44 Cherry Red,
Albert, 44 Great Eastern,
R. Elliott, 44 Atwood, s's k 12's
A. Walker, 44 ; Young & Wimbrets's & 10's
Manlv, 44 J. S. Parrow, s's
Kail Road, 44 Venables, ll's
C. Napier, 44 'W. Ligon, % lbs
Smoking Tsbacco, in barrels; for sale by
JOHN P. PLEASANTS k SONS,
n25-tf No. 52 South st.
MATNUFACTEREU TI)BA( (o. ~
Thus. J. Martins, lbs.
G. S. Gravely, lbs. Pinkton's Planters' Pride,
J. J. Crittenden, 44 Pride of the Old Dominion,
J. Sheldon, 44 J. H. Wilson, lbs.
W. Wenston, 44 J. Fisher,
Brice Thomas, 44 A.R.Courtney, s's
M. Bowles, 44 A. &G. Maxwell, 44
Henry I.elans, 44 G.H.Lawrence,
A. R. Courtney's Roseneath,
Received per steamboat, and for sale by
COURTNEY k CUSHING,
oclß tf 65 South Gay street.
jyj AN UFA CTU R FIJ TOBACCO.
A. R. Courtney's Roseneath, light pressed lbs.
S. S. Law, lbs. | M. Bowles, lbs.
Henry Lelans, 44 C. Henry,
Mountain Rose, 44 A.C.Courtney, s's.
F. Taylor, 44 |C. J. Word, 10's.
Smoking Tobacco, in bbls. and boxes
Received per steamboat and for sale by
COURTNEY A CUSHING,
oc6 tf No. G5 South Gay st.
jyjAN I FACTURED TOBACCO.
| S.E.White, pounds People's Favorite, pounds
J.A.Clay, 44 Planter's Choice,
Fancy Tom, 44 Wighcocornico,
W. H. Vaden, 44 J. Mason,
Cornerstone, 44 R.H.Lewis,
S. Croso, 44 : Belle Creole,
Edm'd Hall, 44 j Duncan,
C.T.Wills, 44 BillHixson,
G. S. Pace A Son, 44 , Sam'l Ward,
Superior, 44 Shelton k Clay,
Star of Franklin, 41 Lone Star,
L.ll.Powell, 44 | M. M. Fisher,
I.efturich 4 *Croso," 44 |Jas. Miller,
Ringgold, 44 J.Jones,
P. Pugh, 44 Carper's Mountain Dew, 44
G. G. Curie, 44 I May Fly,
Seminole Chief, 44 Holly,
Wm. Smith, 44 Blanch Bertran,
R.E.Gibson, 44 Uncle Tom,
Ferguson k Booth's Cal- IXL,
ifornia brand, 44 P. Loyd,
Economy, 44 :J. Brown,
L.J. Barnes, 44 ,J. H. Wilson.
J. S. Turner, 44 I
HALF POUNDS.
Mustang, I Nonpareil,
Carter Jackson, Daughter of the Regiment,
Our Country, I Pine Apple.
FIVES.
Carter Jackson, I Chickahominy,
Sydenham, Consoler of Man,
Tiios. H. Allen, I Cyrus W. Fields.
TENS.
Carter Jackson, I Jno. Amos,
Chickahominy, I R H. Sand ford.
TWISTS.
Peaches & Cream, foil, #|G.J.Trotter's R.AR.,# kegs,
boxes. G. T. Pace, 44 44 4 '
D.P. Wetcher.R.&R.,in kegs. P. Early. 44 % 44
Mollie Pace, inoist, in % bxs. Kentucky Leaf
Shipping 10's.
For sale by WARWICK, FRICK & BALL,
nfi-tf 00 South street.
MA N0FACTUREI) T()BACCO. ~~
POUNDS.
Jno. P. Labby, Jas. Williams,
W. 11. Millner k Son, Bust by Far,
J. K. Millner, W. H. Smiley,
Pioneer, Eudora,
Richardson, National,
W. F. Flippen, Tobacco Queen,
B. T. Henry, [C. S. Pearson,
Christian's Comfort, Morton,
Bidgood, D. F. Martin,
Leftwirh, X A.C. Turnley,
| John Tabb. 'f f 4 ' 1 "
i s \T xraiHiing, Continental.
FIVES AND TEN'S.
Russell k Robinson, Alexander,
Keime, Robinson & Co., Bob Temple,
Zenobia, N. P. Wells, Bright,
Jno. W. Priddy, Sherwood,
W. If. Smiley, W. Long,
Christian's Pine Apple, E. S. Thompson,
Do. G. F. Royal, Pantheon,
I)o. C. S. Pearson, !A. C. Tumley,
Gilman, Lyon k Brodnax, 'Manderson,
J. C. Brock, Isaac Newton,
A. E. Crutch field, IXL,
J. McDowell, Waverly.
HALF POUNDS.
Christian's Pine Apple, Phil Primus,
Do. Nation's Pride, Jobbers Delight,
Olive Branch, A. C. Tumley,
Laurel Branch, Bidgood,
Shiloh, jFilla and Ida,
Forest Rose, ißising Sun,
Blair & Burch, (Havclock,
National Guard, iJas. Douglas,
Brown, (Bright,) ,J. R. Melton,
Temptation, Norton, (Bright.)
T. Dabney, i
FANCY STYLES.
Christian's Kiss Me Quick, I Powhatan Spun,
Dewberry Spun, | Venable,
P. I). Trotter's Rough k W. B. Millnerfc Son Rough
Ready Twist, | & Ready Twist.
Pancake and Foil Twist in kegs and caddies, Powhatan
Pipes and Smoking Tobaccos. In store ami for sale by
AKM IST EA I), RIGGS & CO.,
au4-tf 67 Exchange Place.
ALL THE SAFES
AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE FIRE
BURNED UF
EXCEPT LILLIE'S.
LILLIE TRIUMPHANT—A GREAT TEST.—The fire at
the Crystal Palace, New York, furnished a test of Safes
than which none more thorough could have been desired.
Those who were on the ground say that it was the hottest
burning they ever saw. The wares of the Safe Manufac
turers were in an exposed situation. Lewis Lillie, of Troy, i
Stearns k Marvin, of New York, and others were among i
the exhibitors. On overhauling the ruins Stearns k Mar- !
vin's Safes were found burnt out; and others were com j
plete wrecks. LILLIE'S ALONE WERE UNINJURED, except I
in the "frying" of the paint upon the inside doors. The
Institute could not have arranged a better trial, had a
special arrangement been made for the purpose, nor could
Mr. Lillie possibly have secured a greater triumph for his •
remarkable invention. Troy Safes now take the lead.— j
Daily Times.
CRYSTAL PALACE CONFLAGRATION.—Among the greatest ;
sufferers by the destruction of this edifice are Messrs. i
Stearns & Marvin, Sheet Iron Safe Manufacturers; also,;
one or two others. About $5,000 worth of these Safes j
were destroyed. LILLIE'S Chilled Irou Burglar Proof!
Safe was the only Safe unharmed.— Troy Whig.
LILLIE'S SAFES were uninjured by the fire, except j
burning of paint. All other Safes were destroyed.— Troy
Times.
The above is a positive proof that LILLIF.'S SAFES are !
the ONLY RELIABLE ONES in GREAT FIRES. They are also
perfect security against BURGLARS.
An assortment on hand and for sale at the Agency, 192
Baltimore street.
ocl2 tf _ C. S. WILLETT.
MARYLAND STEAM TURNING
AND SAWING WORKS,
AND HARD WOOD LUMBER YARD.
Corner of FarJc and Clay streets.
Architects and Builders supplied with the most modern
and approved styles of BRACKETS, MOULDING and Or
namental Work for
COTTAGES,
DWELLINGS,
WAREHOUSES, kc.
Stair Newels, Bannisters and Hand Hailing, Columns,
fluted and plain: Balustrading for Porticos, kc..
TURN IXC. SA WING, MOULDING AND PLANING
in all their various branches; Oval Frames, Bench and
Screws, Carriage Hubs, kc., &c.
Also, HARD WOOD LUMBER,
MAHOGANY and WALNUT,
CHERRY, POPLAR,
OAK and ASH,
COFFIN STUFF, VENEERS, &c,
JOS. THOMAS k SON.
Yard—South Eutaw street. ocl-ly
HALL & BROTHER,
(Successors to Thomas Nash Co.)
Curers and Packers of
PROVISIONS, FOR HOME k FOREIGN MARKETS,
And Manufacturers of
REFINED LARD AND LARD OIL,
No. 3 PLEASANT ST., AND 117 NORTH ST., BALTIMORE.
Having Railway facilities on North St., Provisions will
be received for Inspection and Storage, and Bulk Meats
Smoked on reasonable terms. CIIAS. G. HALL,
(Late of J. G. Harvey k Co.)
•10 tf GEO. D. HALL.
' IMIUSSES! TRUSSES!! TRUSSES!!!
A SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
AXIJ CUTLERY IX GEXERAL,
HEINISCH SHEARS, SCISSORS AND POINTS,
PEN A *'ll POCKET KNIVKS, CA RVEHS AND FORKS,
RAZORS if RAZOR STRAUS, TABLE CUTLERY,
kc., of the best quality, always on band, and warranted
by SAMUEL JACKSON,
No. 194 Baltimore street,
Near St. Paul Btreet,
jy3o (16m Baltimore.
B T. HYNSON,
• UPHOLSTERER, PAPER HANGER,
AND
VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTURER,
No 52 NOBTU HOWARD ST., ONE DOOR ABOVE LEXINGTON,
BALTIMORE
PAPER HANGINGS. VENETIAN BLINDS.
Constantly in store, for Keeps on hand, and inanu
sale, PAI'ER HANGINGS of factures to order, VENETIAN
every description, and of the BLINDH of all colors, sizes
latest and most approved and qualities, which will
patterns. Also, Borders, Fire compare favorably with any
Board Prints, v<-. | offered to the public.
Hanging done in the best style. Old Blinds
Repainted and Trimmed, or Exchanged. s9 ly
I A. DUSHANE,
J • COMMISSION PAPER DEALER,
No. 40 S. CHARLES STREET, NEAR LOMBARD,
BALTIMORE, Ml).,
Has just received and now offers for sale a large and well
assorted stock of Writing. Printing, Book and Wrapping
Papers; Binder's, Trunk, Straw, Bonnet Boards, kc. Hav
ing been appointed agent by Thaddeus Davids k Co. for
the sale of their unrivalled Mucilage Ink, Scaling Wax,
Black Sand, kc. y he is prepared to furnish them at the
manufacturers' prices. Attention is respectfully'solicited
to his stock generally. Paper of every description made
to order at short notice. außl tf
A BEBEE'S PATENT NEW YORK
COOKING RANGE, put up and guaranteed to
work by BOBBINS & CO.,
46 and 48 Light street,
corner of JBalderston street,
s3O tf below Lombard street (west side).
FIRE CRACKERS.—2OOO boxes No. 1,
part double stem, for tale by SCHWARTZ k DIX,
117 Lombard at. n2-M
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, NOVEMBER 30, 1858.
4 LMONDS.- -50 I talcs and liagsncw crop |
/ Bordeaux and J vica, for sale by 'l'.l'W D 1.. I'AI.M
KR. 4 Bowly's wharf. n2ltf I
AMONTILLADO .SHERRY— oi NN^T;
importation, in quarter casks, for sale by GEO. L. j
HARRISON, OO'Donneil's wHarf. n!9tf
ALCOHOL.— Western Alcohol, SO and 95 I
per cent., for sale at lowest market rates by HUGH
BOI.TON & CO.. No. 81 McElderry's wharf. n8 tf _ |
1 DAMANTINE AND CHEMICAL
XjLsperm Candles.—We have on hand a fine stock
of Western and Eastern Adamantine Candles; short weight
and full weight. Also Manhattanville Chemical Sperm ;
Candles, all sizes, plain and fancy bars. Our Ada- j
mantines are all of the b.-st quality. GRANT Ik j
BROTHER, 61 Exchange Place. n- tf
AMERICAN" CLINCH NAILS.— AIL
sizes, sharp and flat point, on hand and for sale by M.
KEITH, Jr. A SON, 23 South Charles street. 0c29 tf
BACON. —50 hhds. Prime Bacon Sides and
Shouldets, for sale by GEORGE & JENKINS, Com- ;
merce st. n22-10t
BROAD ARROW FLOUR.— 32 bbis.
B. A. Flour, for sale by J. WHITEFORD, Spear's j
wharf i'lstf |
BUCKWHEAT MEAL—III hundreds and
quarters; also fresh ground Corn Meal, for sale by
SAM'L A. HOUSE, 286 West Pratt St., 2 doors East of
Howard. nil) tf
BACON. — 100 casks prime Sides and
Shoulders Bacon, in superior order, for sale by
HENRY ill EM AN \ SONS. n4 tf_
BAILS. — Millers' and Farmers' Grain Bags,
2, 2)4 and 3 bushels, for sale in lots to suit, by R. 11.
AT WELL k CO., 68 South st., Bowly's wharf. oc2B-tf
B l CKWIIEAT FLOUR, for family use,
for sale by KEXSEY JOHNS Ac CO., Xos. 22 and 24
Commerce st. 0c27 tf
BAY RUM.—S puncheons very choice Bay
Rum, for sale by HALL k LOXEY, 56 Buchanan's
wharf OCIS tf
T1 UTTER.—6OO kegs prime glades, just
f J received and for sale by DAVID T. 11l /.BY, II Ex
change Place. ocß tf
BURGUNDY PORT WINE, SOU (JR.
casks of various grades, part low priced, in store and
tor sale by C. H. MYERS k BRO. A sl7 tf
BENGAL INDIGO.—S cases prime, for
sale by It. J. BAKER, No. 36 South Charles st.
sl3 tf
EjjRANDYS,
$ WHISKEYS, WINES, SEGARS.
Large stocks at lowest rates always on hand
WM. GRANGE k CO.,
je2 tf 3 Exchange Place.
BRANDYWINE KILN OKI ED COLIN
Meal, in barrels and hogsheads, for sale by
JOHN S. WILLIAMS & BRO.
fe22-ly. 52 Commerce street.
CI A MPHINE AN D PINE OlL—Constant
y\y on hand in prime order, and for sale at our Distil-
I lery. No. 81 McElderry's wharf. HUGH BOLTON A; CO
I nil tf
CURRANTS. — >0 casks "new crop," lor
sale by EDWARD L. PALMER, 4 Bowly's wharf.
n25 tf
CIANDLES. — I'.' boxes Solar Sperm Can- j
J dies, a superior article, just received from Louisville, >
and for sale by NEWCOMER k STONEBRAKER,Howard j
st.. 3d door north of Pratt. n24 3t
ti RAN BERK! liS.—2<i Kirn-Is prime East !
/era, for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX, fir Lombard
street. n24-tf
CIHEESE. —1,000 boxes W. R. Cutting;
/ 1,000 boxes E. 1. Cheese; receiving this day and for i
sale by l>. J. FOLEY & BRO., 50 South st. its irj;: r.t
CIHEESE. —500 boxes Eastern and West
/em Prime Chesse for sale by CURTIS & POST, 43 ■
South street. rrJ3 lot
CIORN MEAL— K resh ground constantly
/ for sale in lots to suit, at GEORGETOWN MILLS, j
114, 116 and 118 Smith's wharf. nl9 tf
CI HAMPAGNE.—I )u<; ~de"Montebello and
/Helmet Champagne, for sale by C. MORTON STEW
ART, 52 S. (iay st. * nl3 2w
(lOD 01L.—23 barrels landing and for sale
/by HALL A LONEY, 56 Buchanan's wharf. nlO-tf
(TETTE PORT AND BURGUNDY
./Port Wines.—loo qts. casks Burgundy Ports; 25
qts. casks drv do., in store and bonded warehouse; for sale
byJ.B. CHARRON&CO., Agents, 132 and 134 West
Lombard street, near Hanover street. nS tf
TIMOTHY AND
V-/ Quercitron Rark. wanted by JOHN F. PICKRELL A
CO., 114 Smith's wharf. n3-tf
CIUT NAILS.—A complete assortment of
yjared Pratt k Son's superior Cut Nails, now in store
ami for sale at lowest market rates, by M. KEITH, JR., A
SON, Agents, 23 South Charles st. til tf
COD FlSJl.—Fifteen drums of prime <|uali
ty and medium size, now landing and for sale by
THUS. WHITRIDGE A CD., Bowly's wharf, A oc3o tf
CIASTILE SOAP.—IOO boxes Genuine
J Red Mottled Castile Soap, just received and for sale
by LAURENCE THOMSEN A CO., 63 Exchange
Place. ocls tf
COGNAC AND ROCHELLE BRAN
DY—dark and pale. Scotch Whiskey, Holland Gin
and Jamaica Spirits, of fine quality, by ilie demijohn or
barrel, for sale by JXO. 11. O'DONOVAN, Jr., 33 Cheap
side. ocl dtf
CIURRANTS. —20 Bbls. Zant's, landing
J and for sale by J. CROSBY A SON, 15 Bowly's
wharf. s2O
C<UT NAILS AND PIG IRON.—CUT
/NAILS of superior quality, which the trade will
please examine. Also, Scotch Pig, and Baltimore Forge
IRON; for sale by STEPHEN S. LEE,
sit) tf No. 50 South Gay st.
C CASTILE SO A P. —300 boxes Castile soap
./for sale by BAKER BROTHERS A CO.,
83 tf 32 and 34 South Charles st.
CILOVERSEED.
J Prime quality, wanted by KNOX A CO.,
aulß-tf 9 Grocers' Exchange.
CIRUCIBLES —From 2 to 80. A large
J assortment always on hand, and for sale low by
DUGAN A JENKINS,
jylO-tf No. 21 South Charles street.
(CUMBERLAND COAL—
J By Ctugo or C trlo&d.
apS-tf STEPHEN S. LEE, 50 S. Gay st.
DRIED FRUIT, &c. —200 bush, unpeeled
Dried Peaches; 150 half bids. Family Roe Herrings,
for sale by EDWARD MITCHELL A CO., No. 90 Pratt st.
. n22-3t
DATES* —100 frails landingand for sale by
J. CROSBY A SON J& Bowl.v - wharf. nlo tf*
OIL—Of our own nianufac
_A ture, warranted a genuine article, put up in pre
pared barrels, constantly on hand and for sale by lll'GH
BOLTON A CO., No. 81 MeElderry's wharf. 118 tf
]7XTRA FLOUR.—For Bakers, Grocers
Family use, just received and for sale by KEN
SEY JOHNS A Co., Nos. 22 and 24 Commerce street.
0c27-tf
na Figs, for sale by EDWARD L. PALMER, 4 Bow
ly's wharf. n23 tf
I 1 I SJI. 5OO Barrels Nos. I, 2 and 3
Mackerel.
1.500 Bbls. E. Herring.
600 Bbls. Branch Herring.
200 Bbls. Large Labrador Herring.
25,000 X. F. Large Codfish.
50 Casks Hake and Codfish.
1,200 Boxes Scaled Herring.
20 Tierces No. 1 Salmon, for Falc at lowest rat*s
by CURTIS A POST, 43 South street,and 41 Pratt
street. n22-10t
"LMNE OLD BOTTLED PORT.—A hw
JL cases of very superior oi l Port Wine, bottled in Op
orto, imported direct, and for sale by GEO. L. IIAKKI
SON, 6 O'Donnell's wharf. nl9-tf
AND BI CKWHEAT BAGS.
. —IO,OOO superior, handsomely printed; also,common,
for sale by R. H. AT WELL A CO., 68 Bowly's wharf.
nl7-tf
IpALKIRK ALE.—IUU casks of the cele
brated Falkirk, lauding ex-ship Java and for sale by
the Agents, C H. MYERS & BRO. A nl6 tf'
FLOUR.—Choice brands, just
received and for sale by KENSEY JOHN'S A CO.,
Nos. 22 and 21 Commerce street. 0c27 tf
1 FLOORING BOARDS.—B,3OO feet 54
. Flooring; 30,000 do. 4-4 do.; 25,000 do. 5 4 Stepping,
expected to arrive from Pensaeola, .and for sale by J AS.
CORNER A SONS. oc!3tf
TT'IRE liKK/K. 10,(MM) English Fire Brick,
J? for sale by HALL & LONEY, 50 Buchanan's wharf,
ocl-tf
IpULL WEIGI IT (JAN I )LES.—2OO boxes
Western Adamantine Candles, full weight, of superior
quality, for sale by GRANT A BROTHER, Manufac
turers' Agents, 61 Exchange Place. 0C25 tf
I A LAX SEED WANTED—By
' KNOX & CO.,
an 27 Exchange Place.
. of very superior quality, for sale by LAURENCE
THOMSEN & < '< > , 64 Kvliarig'- ( l ie • oclS tf
GMJNNV HAULS. —< 'unstainlv on luiiul ;ind
f for sale at lowest market prices, by RICHARDSON A
CO., 67 Exchange Place. . n22 tf
(TALVANIZED [RON LIFE BOAT
XKrari icis' Patent, made by the New Yrk Life Boat
Manufacturing Co.; tor sale by R. H. AT WELL A CO., 08
Bowly's wharf. 0c22-tf
GIEKMAN HAUDWARE AND CUT-
I" I.ERY, imported and for gale at low prices, by H . A.
ami F. MARISIKG, 4s \V. Lombard st. sis tf
ILUE—IOO,OOO lbs. Glue assorted quali
fies for sale by BAK EH BROTHERS k CO.,
gS-tf 32 and 34 South Charles gt
(UJM
X.I. BAKER, No. 36 SouthCliarleg st. si:; tf
HAMS. —2,500 Prime Shipping Hams, for
. sale by GEORGE A JENKINS, Commerce street.
n22 6t
HOMINY. —Fresh bent, < >r prime <j 11:1 lity;
for sale in lots to suit, at GEORGETOWN MILLS,
114. in; and 11 Smith's wharf. nlO tf
H LIDS KICK & CO.. CHAMPAGNE
.Wine, in quarts and pints, constantly on hand and 1
for tale by C. II MYERS * BRO. "A nl6 tf
HOLLAND GIN.—AII invoice of tin 1 epic
. brated "Triple Berry" brand, for sale, to arrive per
ship "Mississippi," direct troiu Rotterdam, by C. 11.
M V Kits & BRO A ' ILL.", TF
HAMES. A lot of first rate Root Hames.
just received and for sale low by M. KEITH, Jr.. A
SOK, 28 South Charles at.
HOLLAND GlN.—"Triple Berry" brand,
.for sale, to arrive per "Mississippi," direct from
Rotterdam, by CIIAS. 11. MYEHB A BRO An 4 tf_
HOMINY. —Fresh beat Hominy, for sale
in lots to suit, by JOHN K. PICKREI.I. k CO., 114
Smith's wharf. n3 tf
HAVANA CIGARS.—Just imported by
.Bark Reindeer, from Havana, of the New Crop To
hacco, several invoices of fine Cigars, embracing La Caobu,
Ugues, Baltimore Club, Constancia, and other brands of
Media Regalia, Londres, Opera and Conchas styles. For
sale by LAURENCE THOMSEN A CO., Exchange
Place. nl if
ETOLLOW WARE CASTINGS.—A com-
J. ft. ph te assortment of Hollow ware, Cart Boxes, Fire
Dogs. Dumb Bells, Tea Kettles, Ac , always on band ami
for sale at lowest rates by M. KEITH, Jr., A SON, 21
South Charles street. ocß tf
HAY PRESS.—ONE IIAY PRKSS,
new. for stile by R. 11. ATWELI. k CO., OS South st.,
Bowly's whai i 0c22 11
HAVANA CIGARS.—A Choice Assort
raent of Imported Havana Cigars constantly on
hand and for sale by THOMAS N. WEBB, cor. Madison
ami Garden street 527 tf
IJEAVY SHIPPING LEAF.- 25 hhds.
A ft Heavy Leaf Tobacco, fr sale by
WARWICK, FKICK A RAI.L,
j y29 tf do South street.
INDIGO. —75 fuses Manilla and Madras, o
all grades, for sale by *W. 11 CRAW FORI) A CO.,
atiltt tf No. f2 South street i
JUST RECEIVED, per ship Ann E.
Hooper, from Liverpool, 5 puncheons Highland Malt
Scotch Whiskey, of a superior article, for sale at R.
KRAUS A CO., No. 13 Clieapside, one door south of
Lombard Bt. PH H
KINGSFORD'S OSWEGO STARCH,
for sale at factory prices, by Agent DAVID T.
BPZBY,6 Exchange Place ocft tf
LARD. —250 bills. Nash's Packing Leaf
I.ard, for sale by JOSEPH CARSON & CO. n27 tf
LAR.D. —<i 5 bbls. prime old Western Leaf.
POl'M AIRAT & McCULLY, Nos. 47 and 49 Light St.
n23 tf
jEAF LARD—In bairels and kegs, m
J store ami for sale by SMITH & NICODE.MUS, i'.alti
more t. nl3-tf
IARD OIL.—OB barrels Cincinnati Extra
Winter Strained Lard Oil. in store and for sale by ,
GRANT A BROTHER. 01 Exchange Place. n'J tf
LOOSE COD FISH.—!&)(! quintals Grand
Bank Codfish of prime quality, now landing from
Schooner Austin, for sale by T. WHITRIDGE k CO.,
Bowly's wharf. A oc2o-tf
LARD OIL.— 40 bbls. Extra Cincinnati
Lard Oil, Winter Strained, for sale by GRANT
k BROTHER, Agents for the Manufacturers, 61 Exchange
Place. 0c25-tf
LIBERIA COFFEE, A FEW BAGS >I THU
choice Coffee of our own importation—it is much su
perior to Mocha, and of double the strength of Java; for
sale by R. H. AT WELL & CO., 56 Bowly's wharf. South
street. _
IARD IN KEGS.— A Choice Article, for
Jsnlr by SMITH & XICODEMI'S. , oclfi tf j
LARD. —200 kegs Western Lard for sale I
by HENRY RIEMAN & SONS, 24 Howard
street. ocl4 tf
MUSCAT WINE—De Frontignaii in
boxes of one dozen, just received and for sale by I
LAI'REXCE THOMSEX k CO., 64 Exchange Place. |
11*27 -1 f
MESS FORK.—I()O bbls. Heavy Me>s i
Pork, fur s.ilt' by GEORGE & JENKINS. n22 lOt |
MILL FEED. —Of various kinds, con- '
stantly for sale in lots to suit, at GEORGETOWN \
M 1 M.S. 114,116 and 118 Smith's wharf. nl9 tf \
MOLASSES. —Choice Muscovado Molas- !
ses, in barrels and tierces, just arrived and fur sale i
by GEO. SLATER, 10 Commerce st. ulB-tf \
HERRING AND ARE
wives, landing and for sale by HALL & LOXEY,
56 Buchanan's wharf. nlO tf |
MUSCAT WINKS.—go rases very supe !
perior Muscat 10. i-Yontignan; 20 casks low priced j
do., for sale by J. B.CIIARRON & CO., Agents,*l32and 134 !
West Lombard street, near Hanover street. nS tf |
Oi .M.M S CHAMPAGNE.— Veraenay,
_]_▼ I Cabinet and Royal Rose, in pints and quarts, for sale
byGEO ROLLINS, 14 N. Charles st. ocl2tf
MATH, MIJLEER'.S CELEBRATED J
Sparkling Hock ahd Moselle WIXKS, imported and '
for sale by W. A. k b. MARBURG, Sole Agents, 48 W. I
Lombard st. s!8-tf
MADDER. 20 casks, bright and free <>t
.sand, for sale by R. J. BAK ER, No. 36South Charles
st. si 3 tf
AIBO Ci >KKKK. - 130 tegs
.choice White Maracaibo Coffee, for sale by GEORtJE
SLATER, 10 Commerce st. oc4tf
M GLASSES.— II 11 litis. Superior W.I.
Molasses, per sclir. i4 Thos. Winans," for sale by
QUITZOW k Mt MULLEN,
aulf) tf 47 s. Calvert street.
"IV/f ACKEREL AND AI.FAY I YES.
J.T B. 300 Bbls. Nos. 2 and 3 Mackerel.
100 Bbls. No. 1 Ah wives.
Just received and for sale by
W. D. SnURTZ k CO.,
ap24 tf No. 11 Commerce street.
XIEW RACON, HAMS, SHOULDERS,
Sides, Breast pieces, J.ard in barrels and kegs, for
I sale at lowest market price, by G. CASSARD & SON, 407
I and 400 W. Baltimore st. n29-tf
NEW FIGS.—I,I)OO drums landing, for
sale by Si'IIWARTZ X; DIX, 117 Lombard H. n'24-tf
| ]\J E\V CURRANTS.—2S casks landing,
i 1 X for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX. 117 Lombard
1 street. n24 tf
j "VTAYASSA! NAVASSA!!—Brown Co
lumbia GUANO, from Cooper's Navassa Island, iin
i ported and for sale by WM. F. MURDOCH,
aull-tf No. 5 O'Donnell's Wharf.
OLD RYE WHISKEY.—Very choice
Old Rye Whiskey in bbls., for sale ly GEO. L. HAR
! RISON, 6 O'Donnell's wharf. n29-tf
OLIVES AND CAPERS.—A froh sup
ply of Seville and Verdalle's Olives; also, nonpariel
I and su)>erfine Capers, just received; for sale by LAUR
ENCE THOMSBN & CO., 64 Exchange Place. * n27 tf
OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WlllS
kies of various grades and brands, some very old and
j choice, in store and for sale by C. H. MYERS k BRO.
nl6 tf A
O'i'ARD, DUFI Y rV CO., BRANDY,
vintages 1849 and 1851, Pale, in qr. casks, for sale
from bonded warehouse by C. H. MYERS k
BRO. A n4-tf
OCTAGON "STEEL FOR DRILLS—A
complete assonment of Naylor's k Marshall's Octagon
Cast .Steel, % to ljj in., on hand and for sale by M.
KEITH, Jr. k SON., Agents, 23 South Charles
street. 0c29 tf
OXALIC ACID.— I,OOO lbs. just received,
aud for sale by R. J. BAKER, 36 South Charles
| street. 0c26-tf
OAKUM. —Messrs. Flume & Co.'s Prime
Oakum in lots 1 .0 suit purchasers, for sale by CITAS.
I PENDERGAST, No. 77 Smith's wharf. 0c25 tf
OLD RYE WHISKEY. Of very supe
rior quality, in barrels and demijohns of from one to
I five gallons, for sale by JXO. H. O'DONOVAN, Jr.. 33
i Cheapside. ocl-dtf
OLD RYE WHISKEY.—7SbbIs. D. I n
ger's, Pure Rye. warranted.
100 bbls. S. HORIN ES' Old Rye; *
50 44 MT. .ETNA ditto.
50 t4 FUNK ditto,
and various other braads Old Rye WHISKEY, pure as re
ceived from the manufacturers, for sale by
JAMES WHITEFORD,
au2s- d4m Spear's wharf.
OLD RYE WHISKEY. Copper distilled,
a choice article, for sale by J. A J. M. GIRVIX,
til 1 -tf 93. Smith's wharf.
OLD IRON.
A quantity for sale by KNOX A CO.,
aulS-tf 9 Grocers' Exchange.
PITCH. —20U bbls. Pitch, in good order,
J and for sale by JAS. CORNER A SONS. n24-tf
PURE CIDER—2O bbls" Sweet Cider,
pure juice of sound apples, a superior article, received
and for sale by J. F. MILLER A CO., 79 Bowly's wharf.
n22lw
PA iJM OIL. I "•),(K> lbs. to airive, ir
sale by R. 11. AT WELL A CO., 6S South street, Bow
ly's wharf. nliitf
PIMENTO— For iSe by RICHARDSON
A CO., 67 Exchange Place. n9 tf
PI i * IRON.—2OO tons Car-Wheel Iron; 300
do. Baltimore forge, iu yard and for sale by STEPHEN
s LEE, 50 Smth Gay street. nB-tf
PEPPER AM) IMMKVi'oT
350 BARS IN BOND AND DUTY PAID
400 " PEPPER.
For sale by W. 11. CRAWFORD & CO.,
je3-tf 62 South Street.
PORT AND CLARET \VI.\Ks,
S E G A R S , Ac.
Large stocks always in and out of Bond. FINE VIR*
GINIA APPLE BRANDY.
WM. GRANGE A CO.,
je3-tf 3 Exchange Place
PUMH'E STONE.— ( .K) casks Pumice
Stone for sale by F. 1,. 15RAUXS & CO.'
fe22 tf No. 11 Cbeapside, cor. of I.ombanl St.
QUERCITRON BARK:
Wanted by KNOX & CO.,
anlS-tf 9 tirocers' Exchange.
IJOSJiS. —2,000 Itlils. Common Rosin, for
w sale by JAS. CORNER k SONS. n24-tf
RICE. —Constantly on hand and for sale by
RICHARDSON A CO., 67 Exchange Place. nl9-tf
RAMSAY'S WHISKEY.—IO puncheons
John Ramsay's Islay Malt Whiskey, to arrive per
shin "(Vrrogordo" direct, now due, for sale by C. 11.
MYERS & BRO A nls tf
ROSIN.- TSS BBLS. DAILY EXPECT
ed to arrive, for sale by CHAS. H. MYERS A
BRO. A 0c22-tf
SEEDLESS RAISINS.—IOO mats land
ing and for sale by JAMES SLOAN, 91 Lombard st.
n29 tf
S HOOKS.—450 suspir and molasses Siiooks,
for salr by JAS. CORNER .V SONS. n24 If
SCOTCH WHISKEY—The celebrated
Highland Malt Whiskey, part very old and fine, for
sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse, by LAURENCE
THOMSEN k CO., Exchange Place. n22 tf
SALMON. —15 barrels No. 1 Salmon, land
ing and for sale by HALL A LONEY, 56 Buchanan's
wharf. II 10 tf
SHERRY WINE, of fine quality, by the
cask or demijohn, for sale by JNO. H. O'DONOVAN,
Jr., 33 Cheapside. ocl-dtf
SHER 11V W INKS,
25 qts. casks Superior Table Sherry.
10 " " Golden do.
5 44 44 Amontilado do
10 44 44 Cabinet do.
in store or bonded warehouse, for sale bv J. B. CHARRON
A CO.. Agents,l32 and 134 West Lomba: .1 street, near Han
over street. nB-tf
SEIGNF/ITE iIRANDV—Ft.r sale, to
arrive per bark 44 Anua," from Roclielle, by C. H.
MYERS A BRO. A n 4 tf
QPIRITS TURPENTINE—ConstantIv on
kJhand. and for sale by HUGH BOLTON A CO., No. 81
McElderiy's wharf. n8 tf
SALT. 2,000 sacks Jeffrey & Darcey's
Fine and Ground Alum Salt, for sale by GEO.
SLATER, 10 Commerce street 0c29 tf
QILVKR SPUING Fl.OUß.—Mamiliie-
and for sale by K ENSEY JOHN'S A CO., Nos.
22 and 24 Commerce st. 0c27 tf
SALT CAKE.— S ions Salt (lake for Ag
ricultural purposes, ground in casks, for sale by R. J.
BAK ER, 30 South Charles street. oc2o tf
SALT. —250 bushels Salt, suitable for Agri
cultural purposes. For sale by 11 ENRY RIEMAN A
SDNS, 24 N. Howard street. 0c23 tf
SOAP AND STAID 11. WESTERN
German and Olive Soap, and Wood's Superior lVarl
Starch, for sale ly GRANT A BRO., 01 Exchange
Place. ocflO tf
SOAP. German and Olive Soap -100 boxes
Cincinnati German Soup; 100 do. do. Olive Soap, for
sale by GRANT A BROTHER, 01 Exchange Place.
oef tf
SUGAR CUItED HAMS, id t li:> most fa
vorite brands, for sale by SMITH A NICODEMUS,
Ball (more st nlB tf
SALT. —2,000 sacks Jell'rey iV Darcey's
Fine Suit, direct importation; for sale by GEO. SLA
TER. 10Commerce st dB tf
SALT.— 5,000 Bushels Turk's Island Salt,
in store, for Hale by HALL A LONEY,
au2l tf 86 Buchanan's whf.
OCYTHES.
kj 500 DOZEN "DARLINO'S" ANT) "WALDRON'S'
Stamp American Corn ami (ii-ios Scythes.
Also, SCYTHE SHEATHS, SCYTHE STONES, anil
SCYTHE SHARPEN ERS.
For sale at factory rates hy HISS k COLE,
jel tf 27 ami 29 South Charles Street.
SHAD AND HERRING.
•Inst received, a splendid lot of No. 1 Shad and
Herring, for sale at lowest rates, by
W D. SHURTZ A CO.,
my 26 tf No. 11 Commerce Street.
SPICES -SPICES—SPICES.
PEPPER—B(H) bags prime Sumatra.
MM ENTO—6OO bags prime Jamaica.
CASSIA—2.S!h) mat* and cases Canton.
GLNG ER—2IH) bags East India.
C'LOV ES—IOO bales Zanzibar.
NUTMEGS—S,OOO lbs. Penang and'GovH No. 1.
MACE—2,SOO lbs. Government No. 1.
Also, a full assortment of GROUND SPICKS, MUS
TARD, Ac., for .-ale to the wholesale trade of this city, the
South, at nl West, at same prices and time as any other
house in the Union. W. H. CRAM FORD A CO.,
Proprietors Phmnix Spice Mills,
jil9 62 South street.
CfARDINES, OUVEOILANDCASTILE
Osoap, for gale by C. II MYERS * BRO. a nl4f
rpiMOTHY SEED.*-200 Bushels Ohio
1 Timothy Seed just received and for sale by B. T. EL
DER, 120 S." Eutaw gt., opposite B. k O. R. R. Depot.
oc2t!-tr
QQUARE AND HEXAGON NUTS,
0 WASHERS and CLINCH RINGS.-All sizes com
gtantly on hand. Also SHIP SCRAPERS Mid SHII
AUCERS for sale by DUGAN & JEN KINS,
jvio tf Mo. 21 South Charles street.
rI V\l.—:!(wl bills. Tar, ill good order, for sale
1 by JAS. CORNER & SONS. >'2* ,f _
rjlEA.—A'few half chests in store and for
A sale by C. MORTON STEWART, 52 South Gay street.
nl3-lw
™ ISLAND SALT —IO,OOO bush
-JL els Turk's Island Salt, to arrive; for sale by PEN
DEKGAST BRoS., 77 Smith's wharf, up stairs. oc7 tf
ITERDIGRIS, EXTRA DRY.—3O sacks;
T 20 boxes (25 lbs.) powdered; 500 lbs. in balls; for sale
by R. J. BAKER, 36 s. Charles st. nl7 tf
WALNUTS. —50 bags Naples and Sicily,
for sale by SCHWARTZ & DIX, 117 Lombu'id
street. n24 tf
"IATESTERN BUTTER.—IO Lhls. solid
V T packed. POUSIAIRAT & McCULI.Y, Xos. 47 and
49 Light st. n23 tf
"IX/"ABASH BACON.
f f 130 hhds. choice Sides—Wabash cured and smoked.
40 44 4 ' Shoulders, 4k " '•
15 44 44 Hams, 44 44 4k
500 bbls. superior Extra Ohio Flour, suitable for family
use; 300 bbls. pure Bourbon and Old Rye Whiskies; just
received by B. T. ELDER, 120 S. En taw st., opposite II k
O. R. R. - tat in n. n1 s tf
V*7ELCH'S Pjpmium FAMILY FLOUR.
v v —A constant supply of this celebrated family flour
for sale by quantity or single bbl., at lowest prices, by
NEWCOMER & STOXEBRAKER, Howard st., 3d door
north of Pratt. nls-6t
WHISKEY. —.5(1 Mils. Kentucky Whiskey
for sale by JOHN F. PICKREI.I. & CO., 114 Smith's
wharf. n3 tf
"IX7TNES.-100 Pipes and I Casks Sicily;
V ▼ 20 )%, casks Malaga, sweet, now in bond, will be sold
at reduced prices, in bond or duty paid. J. CROSBY &
SON, 15 Bowly's wharf. oco-tf
WESTERN ADAMANTINE CAN
DLES of the best brands, for sale by GRANT &
BRO., 61 Exchange Place. 524 tf
in CASKS POT aiid PEARL ASHES,
11/ for sale by R. J. BAK ER. 36 S. Charles st. nl6 tf
<.) X BBLS. OF RICHARDSON OLD
Whiskey 7 years old, and warranted from the pure
Rye, for sale at 1 w price at R. KRAILS & CO., 13Cheap
side, one door south of Lombard st. iil3tf
HHDS. KENTUi K Y TOBA< < <>,
sale by WARWICK, FRICK k BALL, No. 60
South street. oc2o tf
crjj HHDS. CHOICE PORTO RICO SU
R, for sale by G Eo. SLATER, 10 Commerce st.
ocls tf
KQ CASES BEST ENGLISH CAST
C/v/ Steel, for machinery and tunnelling purpo-*e, by
DUGAN k JENKINS, 21 S. Charles street. oc9
4/\UASKS PRIMK BA( ON SHOUL
rV/ ders, in store and for sale by SMITH NICODE
Mi S, Baltimore st. n!3 tf
K/VMSSKS FiilME WESTERN BACON
Sides, in store and for sale by SMITH k NJCoDK-
M I S. Baltimore st. n!3 tf
1 ADfAt KS ul PULVERISED < OAI.S,
I V/v/for Rectifying, for sale by R. KRAU3 k CO.,
No. 13 Cheapside, one door south of Lombard st. nl3 tf
IAA Tierces Choice SHIPPING HAMS,
I \ /V/short cut and put up in yellow bags, for sale in
lots to suit purchasers, by G NTHKR & RODKWALD,
90 Lombard street, one door s of Exchange Place.
823-tfr
I P.(\ KMPT\ 15151,5. KOK SAI.K 15V
I ' ' DUGAN & JENKINS, 21 South Chavles S
street. oc9
QAA BOXES TACKS, ALSO 500
small cases of same, packed for shipment, by
DUGAN A JENKINS, 21 S. Charles street. oc9
QFMWXES CURLED ITALIAN MAC
/wV/l/CAKONI, for sale by J. CROSBY A SON, 15 !
Bowly's wharf. oeS-tf '
0^1 Bales bright Missouri HEMP, for
/W / in lots to suit the wants of the trade—by
GUNTHER A KODEWALD, 90 Lombard street, one door !
West <>f Exchange Place. 523 tfr ;
Qnn Ul,ls - Choice OLD RYE and HOI R
OY/Übon WHISKEYS, warranted pure, for sale by
GUNTIIEK & RODEWALD, 90 Lombard street, one door i
West of Exchange Place. 523 tfr
Kftf\ BAGS CHOICE OLD GOV. JAVA,
*J\J\J.Maracaibo and White Laguayra Coffee, for sale
by G E4>. SLATER, 10 Commerce street. 0c29-tf
SAA BAGS STRICTLY PRIME RIO
vJ Coffee; 400 bags medium grade Coffee, for sale
by GEO. SLATER, 10 Commerce st. nlB tf
O/A/A Hhds. <•! Kentucky and Mason coun
(3v/Vf ty TOBACCO, comprising all grades of heavy
shipping leaf, as well as the lighter descriptions, suit
able for Cutters and Segar makers, for sale by GUNTHER
A ROD EWA LI), 90 Lombard street, one door West of Ex
change Place. 523-tfr
f)r| f|T|r| ORANGES.—Very fine; 20
bags 1 vica Almonds; 5 bales Bordeaux
do., 50 boxes Citron; 200 boxes Raisins; for sale low by
JAS. SLOAN, 91 Lombard st. n25-tf
')NNNM FEET OF GAS AND
WATER PIPE, from X to 2# in.
diameter, for sale low by
DUGAN k JENKINS,
jylO-tf No. 21 South Charles street, Bait.
A PER HANGINGS:
HOWELL A BROTHERS,
MANUFACTURERS,
260 BALTIMORE ST., OPPOSITE HANOVER,
Are now receiving their fall supply of their superior PA
PER HANGINGS. The stock will prove on examination
to be as large as any in the country, embracing every
thing new and desirable, of the richest and cheapest de
scriptions—FßENCH, directly imported, as well as our
own manufacture.
Having increased our facilities by introducing new and
improved machinery into our Factoiy—customers can de
pend on the quality and style of the goods, as also the
prompt fulfillment of orders.
Our assortment of GOLD PAPERS, VELVETS, WOOD
IMITATIONS, PANEI.INGS, BORDERS, CURTAIN PA
PERS, Ac., is very extensive and cannot fail to please.
Orders from the country promptly filled.
PAPER put on in the best manner, and promptly. s2ltf
MARYLAND
LIGHTNING ROD COMPANY.
E. F. LUPTON'S
IMPROVED PATENT
ENAMELED LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS,
WITH SCREW INSULATORS,
Sold Wholesale and Retail at bis Desk,
No. 3 MECHANICS' EXCHANGE, SUN IRON BUILDING,
IIA L TIMORE.
Copper and Enameled Rods constructed on Ships, Dwell
ings ami Public Buildings, in the safest and best manner.
Also for sale, Lightni. Rod Points, Glass Insulators and
Trimmings, for putting up rods.
ALL ORDERS FK<M TuW.V OR COUNTRY, DI
U EOT ED TO HIM, MILL BE PROMPTLY ATTENDED
TO. jy27-tf
WM. C. ROBINSON,
No. 81 BOWLY'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
WHICH HE WILL SELL AT LOWEST MARKET
PRICES,
WINTER AND FAI.T. SPERM OIL, |
ELEPHANT OIL, | BLEACH P'D
" " SOLAR OIL, } AND UN
" 44 PATENT OIL, I BLEACHED
44 44 LARD OIL, I
MACHINERY, LUBRICATING k CYLINDER SPERM
Oil,.
NORTH WEST COAST WHALE OIL.
STRAITS, BANK AND SHORE TA X VERS' OIL.
SPERM AND ADAMANTINE CANDLES
jy22 dtf ASSORTED HIZKH
! THK MERCANTILE AGENCY V
A OP
J. D. PRATT k CO.,
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND S. CHARLES STREETS.
The proprietors respectfully invite such Merchants as
are not already subscribers to the Agency, and who sell
goods on credit, to call and examine our system and test
the reliability of our information. From long experience
aud the satisfactory testimonials of thousands of merchants
in the different cities East and West, who have for years
been subscribers, we can assure all who will call, whether
they sell goods to the cities or country towns, ample sat
isfaction as to the reliability of our information, and the
I great benefit to be derived from the Agency by those who
j subscribe mr 6 tf
IXON'S STOVE POLISH.—This new^
Iy discovered Lustre is so prepared that it effectual
| Iv preserves the Iron from rust. A stove will last much
: longer if cleaned with DIXON'S CARBURET OF IRON
i STOVE POLISH, and if projierly used, that is. not too
! much applied to the stove or pipe, there will be no dust
j from it, as every particle will adhere to the iron, and you
| can use it without soiling the floor or carpet, which can-
I not be done with anv other kind. For sale only by
ALFRED H. REIP,
at the Housekeepers' Emporium,
nll-tf No. 337 Baltimore street.
WINDOW GLASS" PAINTS, &c~.
BAKER BROTHERS k CO.,
Nos. 32 and 34 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
Importers of French and Manufacturers of Baltimore
WINDOW GLASS, DRUGGISTS' GLASS
WA RE, VIALS, BOTTLES, JA RS,
FLA SKS, E TC.
IMPORTERS AND AGENTS FoR THE SALE OF
Alum, Roll Brimstone,
Copperas, Castile Soap,
Epsom Salts, Castor Oil,
Saleratus, Linseed Oil,
Bi-Carb. Soda, White Lead,
Sal Soda, Chrome Green,
Refiued Saltpetre. Chrome Yellow,
Borax, s3 ly Paints in Oil, all kinds.
/ iURLETT .v so ws
\j CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
No. 33 NORTH STREET.
undersigned having greatly en-
their premises and increased their fa
cilities, beg leave to call the attention of the public to
their extensive stock of every description of CARRIAGES
finished in the most elegant stj'le and durable manner
which they are prepared to sell on accommodating terms.
REPAIRS attended to with despatch ami at reasonable
prices. JOHN CURLETT k SON,
"jy24 tf 33 North street, Baltimore.
JAS. s. BROWNING,
COACH MAKER,
No. 5 1 NORTH STREET,
BALTIMORE,
Manufactures to order all kinds of Carriages on the most
reasonable terms.
HAND CARRIAGES taken at fair prices in ex
change for new ones.
03^Repairs done at the shortest notice and lowest possi
ble prices. j\3l dtf
CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES!
SAs . The subscriber has on hand at his extensive
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. No. 35 South Gay street,
the most extensive and best assortment of fashionable i
CARRIAGES that can be found in the city. Persons in
want of Carriages will find it to their interest to give me a
call, as I am determined to sell low for cash or approved
paper. All work sold at my Repository warranted for
twelve months. Old Carriages repaired or taken in ex-
Carriages received on storage or held on commission.
s2l tf WILLIAM MoCANN.
5 M MJ£, CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES! I
We have on hand at 29 North GAY STREET
the largest assortment or FASHIONABLE CARRIAGES
south of New York, all of the latest fashions and most
approved styles. The public are invited to call and
examine for themselves; all of which will be sold on
reasonable terms.
BURR, HAIGHT k O'CONNELL.
Repairing done t the shortest notice
mrfg tf
~ REMOVAL!
jMfr DR. GEORGE E. DONALDSON,
\] y? (M R.C.V.S.,London.)
VE TERINA R Y SUR GE ON,
lias removed to
FAYETTE ST., BETWEEN NORTH AND CALVERT.
THE DISEASES OF HORSES and all other domesticated
animals, receive prompt attention and scientific treatment.
His celebrated OINTMENT for Spavins, Splints, Ring
bones, and all bony enlargements; Curbs, Distemper,
Chronic Cough, Ac., Ac., aud Veterinary Medicines of
every description, warranted genuine, and properly jrre
pared, can at all limes be had at his office; or forwarded to
any part of the country on receipt of cash.
N. B.—DR. DONALDSON can also be consulted by let
ter, enclosing one dollar, upon all diseases connected
his profession, when the proper mode of treatment ami the
proper medicine to that amount will be immediately Tor
warded. State the symptoms clearly and carefully, ami |
how the medicine is to he sent—as Liquids cannot oe !
transmitted through the Post.
WTM. H. EKEK & CO.,
VV WIIOI.ESAI.R I>EAI.EUS IN
MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TODACCO,
Anil im porters of
HAVANA. PRINCIPE AND HERMAN SEGARS,
Anil Manufacturers of Domestic.
Also keep constantly on lianil, PIPES of every kinil,
Snuffs anil Smoking Tobacco, Tobacco Knives, Ac., at low
est market prices.
No. 96 LOMBARO STREET, RAETIMORE
Terms to regular customers, 4 mouths. First Rills in
variably cash. slO-tf
OPERA GLASSES.—Iust received a very
superior lot ofOpera Glasses at WEBB'S JEWEI.RV
STORE S. E. corner of Baltimore ami Charles
street. _ _
UTTI.RHULD'S RAILWAY
S3cOAt. BUHNER, or If,RUMINATING GAS
T'JtW. BURNER, five sizes, for Parlors, Halls, Sitting
Rooms or War. bouse. This STOVE is guaranteed to be
the most ECONOMICAL, the BEST HEATING, ami the
most brilliantly illuminated STOVE in the market. Call
and see them at BOBBINS CO.'S,
46 and 4* I.ight street,
corner of Baldernton street,
below Lombard (west side).
NKW RAISINS,(TRUANTS, CITRON
DATES AND AI.MONDS,for sale low, H. W. DUN
CAN, S. E. corner Fayette and nestreets, oc!8 tf
Shipping.
FOR HAVANA—
y It KG t' I. A R LI X K
■ias£ The newly metalled brig SEQUIN, (.'apt.
Ti"". heard. will be*despatched as above on Ist. prox.
For freight or passage apply to
WORRELL A: RANDALL,
n27-3t 58 Exchange Place.
UNION ONE FOR CALLAO
-DIRECT FROM NEW YORK.—The A1 half
-#nVaOGPniii.i>i-r Ship KATE SWEATLANI), Spauld
ing, Master, having.nearly all her cargo engaged, will
have dispatch. For freight or passage, having line ac
commodations, apply to W. RIIOADS & SON,
nl6-tf corner Smith's wharf and Pratt street.
UNION LINE—CHINA PACK
ET FOR HONG KONG AND SHANGHEA,
_\K.\V YORK.—The fine Clipper Ship
EASTERN . 'STATE, I'. C. Kilburn, Master, will have
quick dispatch for the above i>ort, having two-thirds of
her cargo engaged. Insurance guarantied at the lowest
rates. For freight or passage, having tine accommoda
tions for 10 cabin passengers, applv to
n!6 tf W. RHOAP3 k SON.
; ; FOR CHARLESTON, S. C.—
THE MERCHANTS' LINE.—To sail on SAT
1 RDA Y. Dec. 4th. —The new clipper schoon
er"iN. W. SMITH," J P. Wyatt, master, will sail as
above. For freight or passage, apply to
CHARLES PKXPERGAST,
No. 77 Smith's wharf, j
tti'"All charges paid on goods shipped by this line and j
goods sent,to my address, will be forwarded free of commis
sion.
Shippers by this Line will please send duplicate
receipts with each lot of goods. C. P. I
HENRY P. RUSSELL, Esq., Agent in Charles on.
n3O tf
MASON'S REGULAR WEEK
hV LINE OF PACKETS FOR WII.MING- j
'S.—*•' I.e A1 clipper schooner "LOl'l
SI AN A," < apt. ft Mitchell, now receiving freight for the
above place, will sail positively on SATURDAY NEXT, j
4th prox., full or not full.
PUNXOCK k WEATIIERLY,
No. 117 Smith's wharf.
Goods sent to our address will he forwarded free of com
mission, and all charges thereon promptly paid.
IT WILL PLEASE SEND DUPLICATE RECEIPTS, AND AD
DRESS TO MASON'S LINK.
Mtssrs. RUSSELL & RRO., Agents in Wiluington.
n29 tf
BAI /nMORE 1 -1 N E ( >F
PACKETS TO CHARLESTON, S.C.—Schr.
"BKILI.IAN r." Cant. will re
(MVC Ireigiit this week and sail with dispatch
Shippers by this line will be furnished w tli good ves
sels and prompt dispatch. All goods sent to mr address
will be forwarded free of commission, and all charges
thereon pain. For terms or freight apply to
TRACERS A: MITCLKLL,
No. 2 Speir's wharf,
if. F. RAKER A: CO., Agents in Charleston n'29 tf
A FOR BREMEN.
i A The AI Oldenburg brig NEPrUN, Drees,
' Master, will have quick dispatch for the !
above port. For freight or passage, apply to
F L. BRAUNS k CO.,
j n!2-tf corner of Cheapslde and Lombard st
"ISASIV FOR HAVRE.
i to SAIL ABOUT 15TH NOVEMBER, inst. I
The superior A1 s)ii] "SIR JOHN |
! FRANKLIN," Capt. Gull. For freight, heavy or light of !
i small stowage, or passage having fine Cabin acconunoda- '
| lions, apply to LAMBERT GITTINGS,
No. 58 Buchanan's wharf.
Or, B. M HODGES, Esq., cor. Lombard ami Gay sts.
i nS-tf
FOR NORFOLK"&PORTS
| MOUTH, VA Schr. .IAS. H. ETHER AGE,
illSgf'aiktain Edmondson, will receive freight on
MuN DA V , ami sail with dispatch. For terras, apply to
TRACERS & MITCHELL,
n27-tf No. 2 Spear's wharf.
V' ;iA Foil sAN ri{.\.\< is< <>.—
—Ci 11. EM A N"S LlNE.—Clipper of SATUR
i -RDAY December 4tli. 1858.—'The famous ex
j reine A1 clipper ship "COMET." Todd, commander, is now
i rapidly loading in New York, and will receive proinpt dis
patch as above. For freight apply to
PEN D ERG AST BROS.,
I n23 tf 77 Smith's wharf, up stairs.
I iSTA KOR NEW ORLEANS—DIS
PATCH LINE.—LOADS UP TOWN.—The
| regular packet bark NASHUA, A. A. Lewis,
' mas J ter < having about two-thirds her cargo onboard, is
: rapidly filling up and will have quick dispatch. For the
! bulk of 400 barrels freight or passage, having good accom
i modations apply to HKSLEN Ac ROGERS, agents, north
j west corner Pratt and Gay streets
i The schooner POTOMAC will succeed the Nashua.
I n26 tf
BOSTON. —The regular packet
I schr. JOHN HOWARD, J O. Baker, master,
! I ntvi nu -I large portion of her cargo engaged,
; will have quick dispatch. For balance of freight or pas
sage apply to HESLEN k ROGERS, northwest corner
, Pratt and Gay streets. nls tf
§g A MOBILE.—REGULAR LINK
The fine bark UNION, Hendricks, master,
! now ready to receive freight, ami having
I a large portion of her cargo engaged, will have quick
dispatch. For balance of freight or passage apply to HES
LEN & ROGERS, northwest corner Pratt ami Gay
i streets. n!5 tf
■a;;A FOR NORFOLK.—The schr.
' MARY, will receive freight at No. 1 To
| ;2*S£gyS£baeeo Warehouse, and have dispatch. Ap
} ply to N. E. BERRY.
I nl2 tf No. 03 Pratt st.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
! •WPsSk COLEMAN' S LINK.
■feS* CLIPPER OF SATURDAY. NnV. I.lth.
j The elegant extreme clipper ship "NEPTUNE'S FA
VORITE,'Lane, Commander, is now rapidly loading in
New York, and will receive prompt dispatch as above.—
j For freight, apply to PEN DKRGAST BROTHERS,
n5 tf 77 Smith's wharf, up stairs.
MASON'S OLD LINE OF
! PACKETS BETWEEN BALTIMORE AND
WTI MIVfiTIIV N.C.
i 'I lie undersigned having taken charge of the above line
! of packets, beg to inform the shipping community that
i they will hereafter dispatch EVERY SATURDAY, full or
i not full, one of the following first class vessels, from
• Smith's wharf.
Schr. LOUISIANA Capt. Mitchell.
; Schr. FLORIDA Capt. Tall.
Schr. T. G. WORRKL Capt. Hubbard.
Schr. REINDEER Capt. Stevenson.
Schr. NORTH CAROLINA capt. McGuire.
Schr. FLYING SCUD Capt Carmine.
DUNNOCK WEATIIERLY,
117 Smith's wharf.
RUSSELL A- BltO., Agents in Wilmington, N. C., will
! promptly forward goods consigned fo their care.
I Goods sent to our address will be forwarded free of com
mission and all charges thereon promptly paid.
DUNNOCK it WEATIIERLY
Having resigned the above line in favor of our friends
Messrs. DUNNOCK & WEATIIERLY, who are prepared
with their own vessels to carry it on according to the
; above desirable arrangement, we solicit for them from the
I shippers that liberal support which their energy and en
i torprise deserve. nl tf MASON BROS.
FOR HUSTON KXI'KKSS
LINE The regular packet barque EDWARD
•**, *'• 1 ' C t'T 11: nl in <r Master, is now receiv
i ing freight for the above port, and will sail with dispatch
! For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board or to
THOMAS WHITKIDGE k CO.,
sIS tf A 22& 24 Bowly Wharf.
IKJJEA. FOR SALE.— The Brig "SE
GUIN," built in Bath, Maine, in 1S48; cop
| fastened, and copper butt bolted, and/.iuc
j bottom, 2JO register, carries 2,000 bbls. or 275 tons, will be
| sold on accommodating terms.
FEND ERG AST BROS,
uo tf 77 Smith's wharf, up stairs.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR
BARTER.—The schr. SEA MAN, built in
Maryland in 1854, is 90 tons, 77 feet on (b-ck,
, !22 feet beam, 61) X feet bold, copper fastened, tree naib'd,
; carries 000 luus. oi 5.000 bush, grain, draws feet water
; | loaded. She is in good order for any voyage. Will be
sold on reasonable terms on application to
W. ftHOADS & SON,
s" tf Cor. Smith's wharf and Fratt .-t.
F(JR~ SAI.K.—-The lri;r.ANN
ELIZABETH, 140 tons, copper-fastened—
j carries a large cargo. Also the brig BRO
THERS, 190 tons. Apply to
, sl tf ' JAS. CORNER & SONS.
KOI! SALK—Tin- line L< < I
j schooner HARRI ET, formerly the GRAIIAM,
' f ur the Government in 1848, of white
I arm live oak,copper-fastened, tree-nailed,yellow metalled,
; March. 1857, stows 1,030 round barrels, draws feet of
j water deep loaded. Can be seen at Fardy's ship yard,
| south side the basin. For terms, &c., apply to W.
I RIIOADS & SON, corner Smith's wharf and Fratt street.
| aul7-tf
I J'IA FOR SALE.— The schooner
■ MIOIONETTE, 103 tons, centre board, two
old. copper-fastened and trc e naileil—
carries 5,100 bushels corn —draws six feet loaded, in first
rate order, and will be sold at a bargain. Apply to W.
RHOADS k SON. au!7-tf
jjKiSSk WANTED.—A vessel tc load
i for Charleston, S. C. Good rates and quick
I dispatch given. Apply to
TKA VERS & MITCHELL,
n27 tf No. 2 Spear's wharf.
WANTED.'—2 or 3 vessels, from
- 0 tons capacity, to load at a South
! mSs£ ern port, for Baltimore. Good freight and
quick dispatch given. Applv to
FENDERGAST BROS..
1 n23 tf 77Smith's wharf, upstairs.
JGAA* FUR FREIGHT OR
CH A RT ER.
■ A fin.-COFFERED BARK, 3,000 barrels;
1 a tine fast-sailing SCHOONER, 1,600 barrels. Applv to
W. RHOADS & SON,'
I s6 Cor. Smith's wharf and Fratt street.
FOR FREIGHT OR
Va'MffiVv CHARTER.
-A n,; SCHOONER, burthen fi.OOO bushels
or 150 tons; 1 do. burthen 5,100 bushels or 130 tons; 1 do.
burthen 4,700 bushels or 120 tons—all in order for busi
ness. Apply to W. RHOADS v SOX,
s6 Cor. Smith's wharf and Pratt street.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHAR
TEK —l'l.e A1 ship "A. M. LAWRENCE,"
CI ay pool, master, 593 tons register.
Apply to * J. CROSBY & SON,
jy3l tf 15 Bowly'g wharf.
JSGJFC. VESSELS VV.WTU /OR
HAVANA.
The undersigned are constantly in want
of vessels to load to and from Havana and Mantantas.
MORRKLL & RANDALL,
f' 25 tf 58 Exchange Place.
\YT A. & F. MARBURG,
▼ V • IMPORTERS, AND
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
AND
GENERA L COMMISSIOX MERCU. I .V 77?,
No. 4S WEST LOMIART> ST.
We invite the attention of tlie trade to our large and
well assorted stock of German and Domestic CIGARS,
which our superior facilities enable us to sell at the lowest
figures. Large contracts made by us in Germany during
the dull times permit us to hold out extra inducements at
present, ami the trade will (Ind it their interest to exam
neour stock before purchasing elsewhere. -I s 11
TSJEW STYLE TOWELL RACKS.—
Made of Wood covered with Tin. The tin prevents j
the wood from warping and breaking, and tin- wood keeps
the tin from becoming bruised, A:c., making a ''gnt and j
substantial article, thought to be superior to all other J
kinds. %
Kor sale wholesale anil rt ' tail ( .,'j'| !Tl \ X &c 0
Importers and Dealers in
House-furnishing Goods of every
n 3_tf description, 216 and 218 Balto. St.
GOLD'S IMPROVED AUTOMATIC
STEAM HEATER Pl'T UP ANI) GUARANTEED
wSiH.TO WORK PERFECTLY, by
BOBBINS & CO.,
Nos. 46 and 48 Light street.
N. B. This HEATER can he put up complete at a very
little more cost than a Hot Air Furnace, while its advan
tages over Hot-Air are almost innumerable. s3u tf
WIDOW CLICQUOT'S CHAMPAGNE
11 An invoice of this celebrated and scarceWlNE
daily expected. For sale wholesale and retail, by
GEO. HOI,I.INS,
aulO-tf Corngr Jgyetteand Charles sis
VI/AI.M T AND MAHOGANY. In
v T Plank, Boards, Scantling and Veneers, for sale by
JOS. THOMAS & SON, corner Park and Clay streets.
oc4 tf
F I TEAS. Choice Green and Black Teas
JL. which are of the choicest selection at tlie lowest cash
price, H. W. DUNCAN, S. E. corner Fayette and Pino
streets. oel6 tf
Ol.l) SALT.—2-MI Imslicls Sail. suitable
for agricultural purposes; for sale by HENRY RIE
MAX k SONS,24 X. Howard St. nl7 tf
OTICKNEY & < 0.,
U DEALERS IN
NAILS,COAL AND IRON,
No. 57 Exchange Place, up stairs. fe2s-tf
BEDFORD SPRING WATER.— WE
have In store, fresh from tlie Springs, a lot of Bed
ford Water, in whole and half hbls. P. TIERNAN it
SON, 12 N. Charles St. s'23-tf
HAMS. Choice Sugar Hams, Beet
TONGUES AND LARD, at the lowest cash prices,
11. W. DUNCAN, S. E. corner Fayette and Pine
streets. * oclft tf
STORAGE WANTED—In Waivhoiise
E3Nil. 77 Smith's wharf, on first floor at low rates, apply
to CHARLES PENDKRGAST, No. 77 Smith's
wharf. 0c25 tf
Mamsfiips.
FOR CHARLESTON.
PASSENGER LINK,
well-known and favorite steamer
THOMAS SWANN.
J. T. RAMSAY, commander,
will leave for the above port on WEDNESDAY NEXT,
the Ist December, at 3 o'clock F. M.
Fare sls, including state room.
For freight or passage, having superior accommoda
tions, apply to A. C. HALL, Agent,
n-7-41 116 Spear's wharf.
■*--£* BALTI.MOKK AND SWAN
<. "E f?T XAII STKAMSIIII' 0(1.
To SOUTHERN SHlPPEßS.—Freights
to Augusta, Calhoun, Newman. Atalanta, Dal ton, La
(•'range. Marietta, Ringgold, Kingston. Rome, West Point,
and to every part of put through at much lower
rates, with more promptness, than via Charleston; also,
for every pari of East Tennessee, Northern parts of Ala
bama and Florida, put through at same low rates. Ship
pers can rely upon every attention paid to their interests,
and NO EX I HAS charged of any kind—prompt to the day
of sailing—a ship leaving for Savannah EVERY SATUR
DAY, at 12o'clock M. Apply to
T. H. BELT, JR., Agent,
Union Dock.
N. I.—Freight for Al GUSTA, and all points on tlieSa
vannah River, put. through entirely by water. nl9 tf
FREIGHT IV PASSENGER
FIHWFCLIXE CROMWELL'S LINK OF STEAM
WJAMBKAERS FOR CHARLESTON
Shippers are hereby notified that a Steamer of this Line
will leave for Charleston every SAT UK DA Y, at 3 o'clock
P. M.
Merchandise destined for the points named below will
he reshipped at Charleston, free of commission, itutue
diately on arrival of the Steamers:
Augusta, Georgia. Newman, Georgia
Atlanta, " . La Grange, "
Marietta, u AVest Point, 14
Kingston, 44 Chattanooga, Tenn
Calhoun, 44 Nashville, 44
Dalton, " Knoxvile, 41
Kingold, 44 Tuscumbia, 44
Rome, 44 Memphis, 44
As well as all other points on the South Carolina and
connecting Railroads. Shippers may rely goods
being taken as low by this route as by any other.
Fare to Charleston, First Class sls, including State
Room; do. Second Class, $lO.
For further information apply to
A. C HALL, Agent.
n!7-2w 116 Spear's wharf
J* 'RUAIVVFLI/S LIIMK FOR
<1 Tl frf> CHARLESTON.
The Steamship FAT.\ I'SCO, L. H. Lay
field, eoinmaiider, of this 1 in.-, will leave for Charleston
on SATURDAY, 20th inst, at 3 o'clock, P.M. For ftreigh
or passage, apply to A. C. HALL, Agent,
116 Spears' wharf
K7"Fare including state rooms $15.00. uls-l
SATCE"OM VV ELX'S GREAT
& EASTERN, WESTERN AND SOUTHERN
STEAMSHIF FREIGHT AND PASSEN
GER LINE.
The TEN STEAMERS of this Line are now in first rat
order, and the Aged! announces to the business commu
nity that a Steamer will leave 116 Spear's Wharf, Balti
inure, and Pier Thirteen, North River, New York, EVE
RY AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
Insurance may be effected on goods by the Cromwell's
Steamers to or from New York 011 open policies at their
office, at one-eighth percent. This Insurance will be ef
fected for the account of the owners of the property, (loss
if any payable to tbem) with the most resjionsible Compa
nies, whose certificate will be given when required.
One of the above steamers will leave Baltimore EVERY
SATURDAY afternoon, at 3 o'clock, for Charleston, S. C.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodations
apply to A C. HALL, Agent,
116 Spear's Wharf, Balto.
A. B. CROMWELL, & CO.,
cor. Washington & Albany sts., N Y.
JOHN W. CALDWELL, Agent,
5*24 tf. Charleston. S. C.
s;ul Alarms.
N 11 LA DELHI IA,
WILMINGTON AND
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
WIN TF. /.' A IIRA N4IKMFN T
On and after MONDAY, Nov. 29th. Passenger trains for
Philadelphia will leave PRESIDENT STREET DEPOT
DAILY (except Sundays) as follows :
EXPRESS TRAIN at 8.30 o'clock A. M., WAY MAI I
at 12 M.: EV EX ING M AIL at 6.40 F. M.
ON SUNDAYS at 5.40 P. M. only. All trains contact
with New York Trains except 5.40 F. M., on Saturdays.
From PHILADELPHIA to BALTIMORE at 8 A. M. 1
P. M. and 11 F. M.
From HAVRE DE GRACE and intermediate places at
6 o'clock F. M.
FOR SEA FORD, DELAWARE.
Passengers leaving Baltimore at 8.30 A. M., connect
at Wilmington with 2 10 F. M. train, and 5.40 F. M. from
Baltimore with 9.25 A. M. train.
NOTICE—A U colored persons, whether bond or free, will
•be required to bring some responsible white person, per
sonally known to the undersigned, who will be willing to
sign a bond to the Company, before they will he passed
over any portion of the road.
1)20 tf WM. CRAWFORD, Agent.
JQjX* iflR J'I ' 0 1 u ' •
ffr g T3gPl lI IHT WFST AND SOUTH.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after November 29th, ISSS, the trains will run as
follows:
Leave Camden Station, Baltimore—Mail (except Sun
; day) at 8.30 A. M.; Express daily at 5.05 F. M., forjii.L
\ FARTS OF THE WEST, SOUTHWEST AND NORTH
j WEST. The Mail reaches Cumberland at 5.40 and Pied •
i mond at 7.10 F.M . and lies over next morning. The Ex
| press goes directly through.
FOR WAV PASSENGERS.
! Between Baltimore and Piedmont take the 830 A. M
j train; between Piedmont and Wheeling, and between
1 Grafton and l'arkersburg, take the 5.05 P. M. train from
j Baltimore.
THE FREDERICK TRAIN leaves Baltimore at 4.10 F
• M., and from Frederick at 9 A. M.
1 THE KLLICOTT'S MILLS TRAIN leaves Baltimore at
I 6.20 A. M., and 3.30 F. M.,and Ellicott's Mills at 7.50 A. M.
I and 6.40 P. M.
FOR WASHINGTON AND TIIK SOUTH.
I Leave Baltimore at (J. 30 and 8.0 A. M., and 3.30 and
! 5.30 F. M. On Sundays at 4.30 A. M. only. Leaves Wash
j ing ton for Baltimore at 6.10 ami 7 45 A. M., and 3.40 and
I 4.35 P. M. On Sundays at 3.40 F. M. only. The second
and third trains only from Baltimore stop at way points
j The second and fourth trains froui Baltimore and Wash
i ington connect with trains on the Annapolis Road.
< For tickets of every kind, information, Ac., apply to
J. T. ENGLAND, Agent, or at the Ticket Office, Camden
i station. W. F. SMITH,
Master of Transportation
I L. K. COLE, General Ticket Agent. n27 tf
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY .
-^s. —.1
CHAXfiK OF IIOL'KS ANI> TRAINS.
FAIL AHR A AOFMFXr.
THE NORTHKK.V CKNTIIAI, KAII.W AY win
pleted, and in operation to W illianisport, are niakin • close
1 ronnections with trains over tin* Williamsport and Klmira
New York and Erie and Canandaigiia KailromU for
WILLI A \l SI'oRT, KLMIRA. ROCHESTER, SYRACUSE
NIAGARA FALLS, RING 11.\ MPToN, BUFFALO,
B 'A VIA, OSWEGO,
AND
ALL THE TOWNS AND CITIES IN WESTERN NEW
YORK AND CANADA.
On and after October 7tli, trains will run as follows:
Passengers for Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Ilarrisburg, Car
lisle, ChamlH*rsburg, Lancaster, leave Calv*u*t Station a
5.15 A. M. and 4.30, F. M.
Through to Niagara and HaJTalo in 17 \otirs.
Passengers for Pittsburg, Chicago. Cine ii rati, St Loui
and other cities and towns in the West, Norte ami South
west, leave Calvert Station at 8.15 A. M. and 10. F. M.
For Bedford Springs passengers leave by trains at x, \
M. and 10, P. M., connecting with the Pennsylvania au
Broad Top Railroads.
! All trains stop at regular way stations.
Fare to Klmira $7
Do. Niagara Falls 10
Do. Buffalo 10
Baggage checked through to all principal points WEST
■ and NORTH.
Passengers have the opportunity of stopping over at any
point, or any of the cities, oxl the route, and resume tliei
seats at pleasure.
By the completion of this road to William sport, we re
fer the Travelers to th.' following comparison of distance
By Northern Central Railway. By New York
255 KLMIRA ...459
292 OWEGO 423
314 BINGHAM PTO V. 401
324 CANAND/ iGUA 551
353 ROCHESTER 558
374 BATAVJA....- 690
394 SYRACUSE 477
421 NIAGARA FALLS 627
429 OSWEGO 512
! 404 BUFFALO 609
442 DUNKIRK 646
For THROUGH TICKETS and further correct and relia
ble information apply at the Ticket Office, Calvert Station
N. E. corner of Calvert and Franklin streets, Baltimore.
"<'7 tf ('. C. APKKOX. Superintendent.
Steamboats.
-,.*irr* K(,K FKEDERICKSHI HO,
\* A .—The steamer WM. SEL DEN, W. B.
| Kirwan,captain, leaves her wharf, foot of South street,
every TUESDAY, at 4 P. M., for the above place, stop
ping at all of the usual landings going and returning.
Leaves Fredericksburg every FRIDAY MORNING at
! 5 o'clock for Baltimore Freight of every description
taken at low rates. Blank hills of lading of the form used
can be had on board. Freights to all points except Fred
ericksburg and Baltimore must be prepaid. For freight
or passage, having excellent state room accommodation!
} apply in Baltimore 011 Board the Boat.
Agents in Fredericksburg,
| oclS-tf A. K. PHILLIPS It CO.
r .-*[KT • PV>R THE SOUTIJ
MmDIRECT FROM NKW YORK, cHi..A
DELPHI A ami BALTIMORE, via the
" II A Y LINE,"
TO NORFOLKWELHOX, RALF.ICH. WII.MINCTON.
CHARLESTON, AUGUSTA, ATLANTA. MONT
OOMKRY, AND NEW ORLEANS.
SPRING AM! SUMMER ARRANGEMENT
DAILY, (except Sundays,) via
RAY LINE & SEA BOARD & ROANOKE RAII.ROAD
TO THE ABOVE MENTIONED PLACES.
The Schedule being so arranged that the traveler is sub
j jectto No NIGHT TRAVEL on the Railroad from
NEW YORK TO WILMINGTON, X. C.
THROUGH TICKETS
From New York to Wilmington. N. C. $lB 00
I 44 44 Weldoii. N.C , - 12 60
44 44 Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va., 850
I 44 Phi lad a. to Wilmington, X. C., - - 16 00
I " 44 Weldon.N.C., - - - - 19 50
" * Norfolk ami Portsmouth, Va., 650
44 Baltimore to Wilmington, N.C'., - 14 50
| " Weldon.N.C. 900
| t ** x or foik and Portsmouth, Va. - 500
XLj*r Passengers and their baggage conveyed fret of
' chorqp between the Depots on the Route.
Passengers by this Line enjoy a comfortable night's rest
on the Bay Steamers, and are privileged to lay over at
nil/hi at any point, and resume their trip by daylight.
W PARTICULAR NOTICE. Passengers from New
1 York and Philadelphia by this Line will have their bag
gage checked t Baltimore, only; from whence it will le
checked on the Bay Boats to Weldon, X. C., and from
thence to points as Car South as Augusta, Ga.
For further information and Through Tickets, (which
arc good by the Bin or Mail Line,) apply in NEW YORK
at the Company's Office, No. 229 Broadway, corner of Bar
! day st , above the Astor House; or at the New Jersey
Rail road office, foot of Courtland street. In PHILADKI.
FHIA at the Company's Office, N. W. corner of Sixth and
Chestnut streets; or at the Depot, Broad and Prime streets.
And in BALTIMORE at the Office Baltimore Steam
Packet Company, foot of Union Dock, or on board the
Bay Steamers.
The new and beautiful Steamer LOUISIANA, of 1,120
tons burthen, replete with every comfort and conven
ience, has been added to the Line. Tin' Line being now
composed of the splendid Steamers LOUISIANA, ('apt. G.
W. Russell, and NORTH CAROLINA, Capt .1 is Cannon,
having unsnrpasstra state room aiul berth accommoda
tions.
The Norfolk or Bav Line Steamers will leave the Com
panv's wharf, UNION DOCK, FOOT OF CONCORD
STREET, Daily, Sundays excepted.
K-jr AT 5 O'CLOCK, P.
Or immediately after the arrival of the Express Train
which leaves New York at 8 A.M., and Philadelphia a
12* P. M.
The following is the Schedule:
LEAVE LEAVE
New York, at S o'clock, A .M. Portsmouth at7\ o'clk.A M
; Philadelphia, 1 44 P.M. Weldon at 12 44 M.
Baltimore 5 44 P.M Wilmington at 44 F M
For Augusta, Charleston and the South, via the Man
! Chester Railroad .'now finished .ha
Passengers for Richmond and Petersburg, or any other
points on the James River,connect with James River boats
early next morning after leaving Baltimore.
Passengers for Ed en to 11, Plymouth, New hern,
: Washington, Weldon, Gohlsboro', Beaufort, Warsaw,
K.-iAeigh and Wilmington, N. C., will find it a most
pleasant, direct and agreeable rontc^
Baltimore, Sept., 1858. M.N. FA 1.1. S. President.
5 Als E Z D. PIIA TT .
,1 COMMISSIONER OK DEEDS,
COMMISSIONER TO TAKE THE PROOF AND AC
NoWLKDOMKNT OF DEEDS, DEPOSITIONS, POw
| RS OF ATTORNEY or otlwr instruments in writing, for
I .he States of
I ew York, Mississippi, lowa,
j Virginia, Arkansas, Wisconsin,
Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Michigan,
North Carolina, Kentucky, Connecticut,
South Carolina, Ohio, *' am l ,s " ,re
Georgia, Indiana, Maine,
Alabama Illinois, Minnessota terri
Louisiana, Missouri, tory,
Texas California, Florida.
Office corner of BALTIMORE and CHARLES STREETS,
j entrance on South ( harlcs street. mr6-tf
OAFES—ROBBER AND FIRE PROOF
> O—l.ll LIE'S PATENT CHILLED IRON, WITH COM
! BINATICN HANK 1 AH' K. —The only reliable salt; for sale
! inthisclty. All other fire-proof Safes are made of sheet
I iron. A fair price will be allowed for them In exchange.
C. S. WII.LF.TT,
I Jylo-tf 192 Baltimore street.

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