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Commission Itartjjants.
JPARKHURST. TR., k CO.,
. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
SPERM, REFI.VED AND CRUDE WHALE OILS,
STRAITS, BANK AXD SHORE OILS
SPERM AXD ADAMANTINE CANDLES '
, „78 SOUTH STREET,
fe9-tf Baltimore, Md.
TTAVTU T. BUZBY;
X J PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
FOR TUB RALE OF
CHEESE, BUTTE It AXD PROVISIONS,
_ . No. 6 EXCHANGE PLACE,
_ OC Ttf Baltimore.
L /VuNTHER k RODEWALD, "**** A " EODIWALD -
V.T GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TOBACCO FACTORS,
Oneiloor West of Exchange Place. Bait (i !' OMBAILr) S s T, 4 ' tf
KH. AT WELL A- 00^
* (iEt !FJ tAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
O, .. SOUTH STREET. (BOWLY'S WUARE.I
'"•TF BALTIMORE.
IIKNRT RIEMAN. AI.EX KIEMAN. JOSRTU 11. HIEMAS6
IJTENRY RIEMAN & SONS,
il PROVISION
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
N HOWARD STREET,
2tf BAI.TI MORE.
KNOX A c 0 ..
SHIPPING AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
9 GROCERS' EXCUANUE,
, BALTIMORE
Liberal cash ad vances made on consignments of Produce,
Ac., to our friendsm Liverpool, London, Glasgow, Iterrv Ac
and every and latest information relative to markets fur
inshed at our office. Consignments respectfully solici
JOIIN r. PIOKREI.I.. I ,7
I OUN F. PICKRELL & CO., **'<■
O GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
114 SMITH'S WUARK,
Give attention to consignments of Cotton, Rhiel'sugar, Mo
alrt'crooSra 810113 " * aUd fi " orde, ' s for Flour, Grain
una'rN.™ ? dvall< *? mad ? °n consignments of Flour, Wheat
and Corn tonur fn<*nds M Liverpool. ami-TF
GJEO. LEMMON A c©R~~
' COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
■ j . No. 75 BOWLY'S WHARF,
_ ™ BALTIMORE, MD.
AMU EL A. HOUSE, "" "
F-7 {Late iif Ehrman it House.)
FLOUR AND
I RODI'CE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
CORN MEAL, GRAIN.* MILL FEED, BALED HAY, Ac,
No. 286 W. PRATT STREET.
, T . , Two doors East of Howard,
(The store recently occupied by Willis A C 0.,) Baltimore.
%T AbfhKKNCES:
MESSRS. NEWCOMER A STONEBRAKER.
* 4 0. 1). HINKS A CO.
CUAUNCRY BROOKS, Esq., Pres't Bait. A O. R. R. Co
CHARLES R. COLEMAN, Cashier Mechanics' Bank.
MESSRS. JAS. HOOPER .V SONS.
PAT'S TRIN SON, Esq., Bank of Baltimore.
JOHN K. WILLIS, Ksq. s 9 l-6m
H" I SS k~C OLE,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
~N OS - 27 AND 29 SOUTH CHARLES STREET? ARE '
LEZZ-tf Baltimore.
CI A PROX & CO.,
/ SHIPPING AXD GENERAL COMMISSION
... , , , MERCHANTS.
. . 1 A<4 vanccs "JIKLO on consignments to our friends
JOSHUA WALKER, "
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AXD DEALER IN
FEED, HAY AND STRA IF,
Family, Extra ami Super Flour of the I \"tsc lee ted h ran d 3,
Corn, Oats, Cum Ileal, Chop, Rye and Mill Feed; Hay and
Straw in hales. Cut Straw. Ac. ' mrVtf
HALL & LONEY, ~ —"—
COMMISSION AND SHIPPING MERCHANTS,
, . BALTIMORE, MD.,
Art' prepared to make liberal cash advances 011 Flour, Grain,
V. ,th V irfr i ClHisin Liverpool. Lon
don and Glasgow. uiey attend to the receiving at, and ship
the shipper ' wlthout ally Hmrge of commission
SHIP CHANDLERS*
CO M M IS S ION \l ERCH A NTS,
O N . , ** , °- 2 WHARF, BALTIMORE, MD.
Particular attention to the sale of Grain. nl3-tf
WILLIAM S. CROSS, ~~
Ll'MitKß STAVE, GRAIN, PRODUCE AXD
GhNEKALCOMMISSION MERCHANT
• ( & R H® R ,VLST ; Kails and Eastern Avenue.—
Office up stairs, Baltimore, Md.
- Vn l f' s 5" ed for Sugar and Molasses Shonks.
Ail kinds of Staves, Lumlier, Treenails, Bailed nay, Tim
ner, Hogshead Heading and Coal Hogsheads. jal-tf
WT. WALTERS & CO.,
• IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IX
.- . .... WINES AND LIQUORS,
So 63 EXCHANGE PLACE, * '
LOMBARD STREET,
„ _ , , BALTIMORE.
lif A large and very tine stock ol OLD RYE WHISKEY
on hand. fe24*tf
J- F. MILLER. J) UILI ER
J. F. MILLER k CO,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
NO. 83 Bo\\ LY'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
. J.MTABLISHED IN 1844.)
For the sale of I lour, Grain, Seeds, Wliiskey, N. E. Rum,
Provisions. Fish. Ac. Ac. Ac. jal-tf
ENSEY JUHXS k CO.
(Successors to DUER A JOHNS)
Manufacturers of the
SILVER SPRING
FAMILY, EXTRA AND SUPER FLOUR.
QM I> . ALSO KEEP CONSTANTLY ON UANI).
0 !, C i ;'f,. a lfn 'J 11 '. 1 ' aml , th . e lM!st F' nld, * s of Howard Street
and City Mills, Extra and Super, and Rye Flour
Nog. 22 and 21 COMMERCE STREET,
BALTIMORE, MD.
RICHARDSON & co,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.'
No 67 EXCHANGE PLACE,
. „ Baltimore. mrl-tf
"VpEWCOMER & STONEBRAKER,
1 " FLOUR A I'JIODUCE MERCHANTS,
ASOS. 53 and "5 S. HOWARD ST ,
... . . , BALTIMOKK.
Linerai cash advances made OH consignments. nl2-tf
AND PRODUCE COMMISSION
R ........ MERCHANTS.
J HENRY GREEN WAY <& CO.,'
No. 48 S. CALVERT ST..
„ , . BALTIMORE.
OF LIMF 11 A " ,;N *" XEEDLES ' SUPER PHOSPHATE
11 WM. D. THOMPSON, JR.
JOSEPH CARBON. '|| „ ~U ~ I,V
TOSEPH CARSON & CO,
" WESTERN PRODUCE
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,'
Nos. 43 and 40 LIGHT STREET,
..... , Baltimore.
Liberal advances made on consignments. fe22-tf
HALL & LONEV.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 5 BUCHANAN'S WHARF,
. , BALTIMORE,
I.iveparticular attention to consignments of Sugar, Molas
ses, C otton, Cotlee, ltice, Fish, I'rovisions, Flour, Grain, Ac.;
aJsoM orders for same. fe22-tf
J HOOPER & CO.,
. SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
. , COMMERCIAL BUILDINUS,
Baltimore
S2HARI*, GARR & CO,
O WESTERN PRODUCE,
GEN ERA L CL )MM ISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 50 SOUTH HOWARD STREET.
Janeral ad vances made on consignments to our friends In
iiOtidon and Liverpool. dS-TF
A TJBREY&CO~ ~—
LL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DKALKKS IN
,O „ FOREIGN AXL> DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
, No. 61 Exchange Place, Baltimore, Md.
JOHN S. PRICE,
COMMISSION AGENT,
.. , 7F SOUTH STREET.
nl , uf!i!l l S. I f- , !S ratt , e ? tlon T0 THE execution OR orders for
BRKA DSTL 1I S M this market. D7-tf
CI A. & T.H.HALL,
> • COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.. . , No. 4 (BAMDEN ST., BALTIMORE.
. G've their exclusive attention to the sale of
,? A , CLt) ' U'OT 1 ON, FLOUR, GRAIN, PROVISIONS,
wK Ac.. Ac.
rU'RRY, NEPHEW A CO.,
CHANTS,
„ . 'WESTERN PRODUCE DEALERS,
Ann Agents for Eastern Maunfactnrers.
_ fel tf No. 57 W EST PRATT HTREET, Baltimore.
PMALCOM & CO,
OEAINAN" FLOUR MERCHANTS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN GUANO.
. ~ WOOD STRKET, BOWLY'S WIIARP,
J3lt ' Baltimore.
MILNOR k CURTIS,
GENERAL COMMISSION" MERCHANTS.
, , No. 6. BOWLY'S WHARF,
UA l idioral advances ma 1 on consignments. jafi-tf
. UORACE LOVE. CIIAB. V. MARTIN.
LOVE, MARTIN k CO.,
COMMISSION MEIt C IIA NTS.
For the sale of Western Provisions and Produce, No. 5 F.x
change Place, Baltimore jas-tf
jL"M> WARD MITCH ELL & CO.,
WHOLKSAI.E AXD RETAIL
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 96 PRATT STRKET. BALTIMORE.
T. T. MARTIN. U-U U UAUTIM
TP T. MARTIN & BRO.,
X • IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LIQUORS,
GNKRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 72 Culvert street, (one door from Pratt).
maln Baltimore.
E. B. GRANT. J U RIKAVY
GRANT & BROTHER, ' OTT " I '
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
So. 61 EXCHANGE PLACE,
Jh-U Baltimore.
OHN S. WILLIAMS & BRO.,
COMMISSION MERCIIA S TS,
, _ .. 52 COMMERCE STREET,
fc22 "tf Baltimore.
YANNEY k STOW, LOUIS STOW.
O PRODUCE AND GENERAL
COMMISSION ML'R CHA NTS,
No. 161 SOUTH STREET,
ft-12-1 y Baltimore.
POULTNEY & MOALE,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
44 LOUDARD STRET,
~ T „ „ REFERENCES;
Messrs. J P. PLEASANTS A SONS, Baltimore.
Messrs. W. GLENN A SONS, Cincinnati. jal-tf
Bt. ELDER,
• PROVISION
AND
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
120 S. ECTAW STREET,
opposite Bait. A Ohio R. R. Depot,
08-TF BALTIMORE.
CL. ZANE—
• (Successor to Wm. Shriver & Co.)
DEALER I.N BRANDIES, MINES, GINS, SCOTCH
„„„„ AND IRISH WHISKIES,
CHOICE BOURBON, OLD RYE AND MONON'GAHELA
WHISKIES.
n25 "8 Nos. 47 Cheapside and 47 Calvert St.
O IMPORTANT
TO THE PUBLIC, )
The undersigned most respectfully
Invites the Medical Faculty, DruggisUand the public in gen
eral to call and examine the great improvement of his late
GLASS PAD TItL SS, patented Octolier 7th, 1355, and recom
mended by the principal Surgeons and Doctors of the United
States as the only and best Truss for the support and radical
cure of Hernia, suitable for Men, Women and Children He
has received the pattern from England aud France
The Truss applied free of charge.
Price of Single Truss. $3; Double Truss, 5. A liberal dis
count allowed to Druggists.
Manufacturers of Prof. N. It. Smith's FRACTURE APPA
RATUS. CHAS.C. ItEINHARDT,
Manufacturer of Surgical Instruments,
7 North Gay street, near Baltimore,
s2B-6m (Late C. C. Reinhardt. Light st.)
HAVANA CIGARS.—THE UNDERSIGNED
offer for sale in bond, or duty paid, the following and
other brands of Havana Cigars, of their own importation,
and receit ?d weekly per steamers from Havana. No orders
executed for less than 6,660 Cigars.
Partagas- iPatrla, jArnau,
Cabanas, Louis Diaz, jEspana;
Figaro, Ambrosia, jCanarga,
Ra nch, -Kspanola, VuiiipTimiento,
Piccolomini, Tropical, Matilda,
rurezH. {Diana, iMuudo Xuevo,
Preuebesse, V'igilante, Ritica,
Commercial, jSulUina, Telemaco,
Matilda, iFlnr de Morales, Selina,
Santiago, {Telemaco, Glolio,
(tiiadaUipe, Fesecatlor, Buchanan,
Folgueros, jJose Blanco, Union Americano,
In Londres, Conchiuj. Operas, Regalias, Galanen, Millar,
Communes, Regalias, I rensadoes, Ciliiidradon, ami in cases
of 6,000 Londres, etc.
lAIn STRAITON, SANFORI) A CO.,
nlB-tf 101 Pearl and 64 Stone streets, New York.
REMOVAL.
J. B. CIIARRON A CO. have removed to the large ware
house, CORNER OK LOMBARD AND HANOVER struts,
( Under the Assembly Rooms,)
where they invite the attention of their friends and customers
to their large stock ef WINES, BRANDIES, WHISKEYS,
HAVANA CIGARS. Ac., Ac i a i 2tf
PLATE POWDER: "
A superior article for cleaning Silver and Hated Ware.
Also, for Mirrors and Window Glass. For sale wholesale and
retail by CANFIELD, BRO. A CO.,
... _ Importers Watches, Jewelry, A
fcll-tf 229 Baltimore sti let
DUO DE MONTEBELLO CHAMPAGNE, in
prints and quarto, for sale by
lalQ-tf GEO HOLLLNS,
tTROUT CUTTERS—A supply' of^CuUing
E&Ztr tor PUttiDg UP SOUR AM' H on ß^? d aDd
...„ T th# Housekeeper's Emporium,
BU " tf No. 337 Baltimore street
insiness Carts.
JAMES BOYD, "
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
26 Sr. PAUL SIBEIT.
r f? y rVS u i?, r ,T?i t l l I fSV J?,AteA ) 4 rchais ' ; and sa 'e of
LAOLDB, HOLSEa,GROUND RENTS, AC jalß-tf
JH. k J. s. IfoGG,
• CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
. „ , Nos. 8 AXD LU CTAV STREET.
All work entrusted to them will receive their particular at
tention.
Jobbing attended to with punctuality. jal-tf
P. M. MACDONALD. GEO bU'iibU F
MACDONALD k DUGDALE,
DEALERS IX
1 ,&N' 0, GRAIN FI.OUR. CORN MEAL,
PEAS, BEANS, HAY, STRAW, MILL FEED, Ac.
All TBE approved T ERTILIZERS constantly on hand.
11 .e MchLDEURT 8 WIIABK AND I'BATT bT ,
BALTIMORE.
Gl CASSARD k SON?
• PORK PACKERS, HAM CURERS,
AXD DEALERS IX
PRO\ ISIONS GENERALLY,
IR B ' AND WKST BALTIMORE STRKRT,
" 3 '■ Baltimore. •
LUTHER J. COX k It. B. VARDEN
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
No. 3 Jakvis BUILDi NO, NORTH ST.
REAL AND
JLYLE CLARK & CO.,
• COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOR THE SALE OP
V IRGINIA MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
, ~ No. 166 W. LOMBARD ST.
Baltimore.
Hw. DUNCAN; "
• DEALER IX
TEAS, WINKS AND GROCERIES,
8. E. CORNER FAYETTE AND PINE STREETS,
ol6 ~ tf BALTIMORE.
J NO. GAYNOR,
Q VR OV IS 10 N DEALER,
48 SOUTH STRKRT.
Constantly for sale Bacon, ilams. Sides, Shoulders, Lard,
Mess Pork, Ac. s!4-6in
JOHN H. O'DONOVAN, JR.,
Manufacturer and Dealer in every variety of
FOREIGN' AND DOMESTIC WINES A Nil LIQUORS,
AND AGENT FOR THE SALE OF
OLD RYE WHISKEYS,
au23-tf 33Cheapside, Baltimore.
J A. DUSHANE,
. COMMISSION PAPER DEALER,
NO. 46 SOUTH CHARLES ST.,
near Lombard,
_ au2l-tf BALTIMORE, MD.
JOHN W. HOOG,
ARCHITECT AND PRACTICAL SUPERINTENDENT,
EUR PUBLIC ASD PRIYA TE BUILDINGS,
Office 2, (up stairs) No. 11 South street,
(NEAR THE SUN BUILDINU,)
_jeS3 ly Baltimore,,
LEONARD VANDEN KERCKHOVE,
A R TIS r,
STUDIO, MCELDOWNEY BUILDING,
nn-31-ly Corner Charles and Fayette streets.
Jittomfss.
JSli AA FF STOCKETT;
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.... „ No. 45 ST. PAUL STREET.
In addition to the Courts in BALTIMORE CITY, Mr.
Stockett practices in the Courts of HOWARD and ANNE
ARUNDEL CPUNTI ES. feti-I M *
THOMAS F. ROCHK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 11 MARSHALL BUILDING,
... ST. PAUL BTREET
M ill practice in the Courts of Baltimore city and the ad
joining counties. Prompt attention given to all business en
trusted TO hini. fel-6m
A~ RTHUR L."UOGERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAY,
LEESBURG,
LOUDOUN COUNTY,
Attends PROMPTLY to the collection of claiuis.
Praetices in the Courts of LOUDOUN, FAKQLIER, and the
adjacent counties.
REFERS TO
Messrs. Hamilton Easter k Co., 1
Messrs. J. Edward Bird A Bro., I
Messis. Fisher, Boyd A Bro.,
Messrs. Carey, Howe k Co., J
John Janney, Esq., i ,
Gen. A. ltogei-s, j Loudoun co., 7 a., J A2I FIM ,
WILLIAM J. O'BRIEN,
ATT O R N E Y AT LAW,
OFFICE—No. 4'J Fayette Street.
NEAR CALVERT STREET, BALTIMORE,
\Y ill practice in the Courts of Baltimore City, and the adjoin
ing counties. s4-ly
If rnv ARD W. BELT,
A ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TIT-,, .. , ..Upper Marlborough, Md.,
BBU.romp.lv attend to all business in the Courts of
:, ,V GEORGE'S and the neighboring counties, and in
the Court of A imeais. an9-tf
CHARLES E : 1' H LIB FS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
„ . No. 2 LAW BUILDINGS,
Continues to practice in the Courts of BALTIMORE CITY
and HOW Alt!) COUNTY. fe22-tf
J OHN BOZMAN KERR
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT I.A n',
lias resumed his Law Office, in EASTON, Maryland, and he
will practice in Talbot and adjacent counties. Residing at
Si . MICHAELS, lie will he ill EASTON, on the public days,
each week. 0c22-3in*
R STOCKETT MATHEWS,
• ATTORNEY AT I, AW,
OFFICE No. 1 COUNSELLOR'S HALL,
(46 LEXINGTON BTKKET,)
TWT-ii c. , . Baltimore,
Will attend promptly to all kinds of business appertaining
to his profession. fe22-tf
WJ. WATERMAN,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
83 WEST FAYETTE STREET.
BS/*lx ALL BUSINESS PROMPT. 2 tf
ERKSBV 11K.N D ELTST I\,
AS A TTORNE Y A T LA IP,
COMMISSIONER FOR" PENNSYLVANIA,
No. 6 COUNSELLORS'IIALL
fe22-tf Lexington street.
WO. N. CARR,
• 31 SR. PAUL STREET,
North of Lexington, Bait,
SAMUEL S. CARR,
TOWSOXTOWX, BALTIMORE COUNTY,
. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
Particular attention given to business in the Circuit Court
for Baltimore cmnity. cl6-tf
®obatcfl.
jy JArFA CT l' 1 1EI) TOB A ceo.
poinds.
W. Hancock, T. Wilkinson,
J. I>. Baddess, J. Kichardson,
Jenny Lind, W. M^lrh^,
Eclipse, Talfiaferro ami Massie
P. rugh, WildOrauge.
Everett, Paul Jones.
HALF POUNDS.
Nation's Pride, I People' 8 Favorite,
Washington, I DonJuun.
FIVES AXD TENS.
RUNSPII i Robinson, | Hodevah, | James Piper,
Butfalo, I Lucv Xiale, | W. (ioode Jc Co.,
Sun Flower, IJ.\\ . Atkinson, I John Stanley,
Express, Ellen (ilcmij! J. Roy all.
FANCY STYIjES.
Lyle Maxwell, in fil A paper I Banana, in foil.
u in foil. I Apricot,
44 44 without foil. I Lusuria del Popolo.
JAMES THOMAS' BRANDS.
Virginia lbs. Lump, | Jewel of Opliir, Twist,
El Dorado, in foil. 1 Diadem Twist.
4,1 without.
SMOKING TOBACCO.
Pride of Our Union, I Excelsior,
Virgiuia Rose Bud, Star,
Flower of Virginia, I El Paso,
Oronoko, | A. O. Brummel.
For sale hy J. LYLE CLARKE A CO.,
fe9-tf lit* West Lombard street.
jyjAN UFACTURED TOBACCO.
At\vi>od, s's and 12's \ Turner, Lewis & Co., lbs.
A.a Saunders, s'sandlO's A. T. Holland, 44
Young At Burwell," 44 A. 11. Moorman, 44
R.J.Smith, s'Band6's Keen A Moorman, 44
Red Rover, }$ lbs. 1 John Cabeiidisli, 44
W. Ligon, 44 J; C. Moorman, 44
Johu rliomas, twist. | Pace, 44
Johu Keen, Jr., 44 j John Finney, "
B. 11. Carter A Co., 44 Rip Van Winkle, 44
John Lintou, 44 I'. J. Harrison, 44
Geo. Cooper A Co., 44 i Mark D. Holland, 44
A. M. Aitken, 44 I Saratoga, 44
L. Lawrence, 44 W. X., 44
Griffin, " j Union, 44
Kerr, 44 Smoking Tobacco in bbls.
For sale by JOHN P. PLEASANTS A SONS,
6-tf No. 52 South street.
jyjANUFAUTURED TOBACCO.
32*4 boxes J. D. New A Co., pound lumi
3'.i 3 4 " W. 1,. Ogden,
3u3i 44 N. Peyton A Co., 44 44
22 3 4 44 Wandering Jew, 44 44
50\ 44 K. J. Pilkinton's extra tine, 44
25 cases Don Quixote, % 44 44
25 44 Shiloli, 44 44
5 44 J. Q. Wade, 44 44
20 44 Sweet Orange, 44 44
3o*i boxes Price & Harwood 4's, 44 44
33? i 44 W. Spotswood A Co. s's, 44
44 Putnam s's, 4k
41*4 " Don Quixotte s's, 44
21' J 4 44 Ben launer s's, 44 44
20% 44 Jack Ro'iinsou s's, 44 44
3l 4 44 Pitman s's,
30% 44 W. 11. Grants s's A B's, 44 44
130% 44 Jewett 10's, 44 44
45% 44 Putnum 10's, 44 44
30% 44 Lynch lo's, 44 4
20 kegs Rose Twist,
Received |er steamers and for sale by
No, 58 S.Cay street
LEAF TOBACCO.
370 bales Havanna Toliacco, very fine.
75 44 Vara
Just received and for sale by
_ , JACOB IIEALD A CO.,
No. 58 S. Gay street.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
POUNDS.
Jno. P. Labby, Ridgood, National,
NV .B. Millrnu A Son, Jzeftwitch, X Tobacco Queen,
J K. Mi liner, | John Tahb, C. S. Pearson,
Pioneer, jS. M. Manning, Morton,
Richardson, James Williams, D.F.Martin,
\\. F. Flippen t Best by Far, A. C. Turnley,
B. T. Henry, j W. H. Smiley, W. Eddy,
Christian's Comfort. Eudora, Continental.
FIVES AND TENS.
Russell ARohinson,|Christian's G. S. Sherwoo<l,
Keime, Robinson A Pearson, W.Long,
„ Co.. Oilman, Lyon and E. S. Thompson,
Aenohia, Brodnax, Pantheon,
Jno. u . Priddy, J. C. Brock, A. C. Turnley,
\V. H. Smiley, A. E. Crutchfield, • Manderson,
Christian's Pine J. McDowell. Isaac Newton,
Apple, .Alexander, IXL,
Christian's G. F. Bob Temple, ;Waverley.
Royal, N. P. Weils. Bright, 1
HALF POUNDS.
Christian's Pineißlalr A. Burch, Bidgood,
Apple, I National Guard, Filla and Ida,
Christian sNntion's Brown, (Bright,) Rising Sun,
Pride, iTemptation, Havel(H-k,
Olive Branch, IT. Dabney, Jas. Dougla4s,
Laurel Branch, I'hil Primus, J. R, Melton,
Shiloh, Jobbers Delight, Norton, (Bright)
I? orest Rose I A. C. Turn lev,
FANCY STYLES.
Christian's Kiss Me Quick, 'Powhatan Spun,
Dewberry Spun, 'Yenahle,
m l) Trotter 8 Rou gh k Ready W. B. Millner A Son Kongh &
Twist, Ready Twist.
Pancake and Foil Twist in kegs and caddies, Powhatan
Pipes aud Smoking Tobacco. In store and for sale by
ARMISTEAI), RIGGS A CO.,
a 'ri-tf 57 Exchange Place
jyjANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Mat Ta. PO. Ni. light press. It. Slielton & Clay, hard I'ress lb
Planter's Choice, 44 44 4> Fancy Tom, 4 4 *
Pe<ple's Favorite, 44 44 44 S. E. White, 44 44 44
Celebrated Colorado, 44 44 J. A. Clay, 44 44 44
Moire Antique, 44 44 4 'Corner Stone, 44 44 44
Cream of \jrginia" " " Star of Franklin, " "
Ednul Hale, hard " " L-CFTWIELI Cross. " " "
Carper's Mountain Dew, "p. Pugh, <•
T. C. 8. Ferguson's Sup, '■ G. G. Curie, " " ..
R. H. U-wis, •' •- .J. Huncork,
Richards Rest, " " " las. Miller, " " "
Kuclid, " " " IXL, " < ..
Ferguson & Booth Cal. bd. " Rose Bud, " " "
HALF FOUNDS.
C.Jackson, in cases. |K T on I'ariel Incases
Chickahominy, " " Daughter of the Regiment, <•
Our Country, "iPine Apple, in boxes
FIVES.
Consoler of Man ISydenham.
Chickahominy. ICvrus W. Field
TENS.
Chickahominy jJno. Amos
Pine Apple. 1.1. Hancock.
FANCY STYLES.
Peaches & Cream, Twist in Sultana in Foil, IF Boxes
h], f boxes. Sugar Pear in Foil, Keg.
Choice Gold I/eaf, Twist in Apricot, in Cas^s
Foil, 74 Ijoxes. Jew Tang Twist, in M Boxes.
Hehatrope, in cases. D. P. Witcher'S K. & R. Twist,
Mollie Pace, Twist in 3<> lioxes. in % Kegs,
t'-iii T— U ; r '^* ?• " Jt e ? 8 - Bive Indian Smoking, in 10 lb
Killickmick Smoking (Tob.) Bales.
in to lb. Bales Jas. L. Clay tors k Co. Smo-
Uncle Tom Smoking (Tob.) in king, in 10 lb. Bales.
10 lb. Bales.
Shipping lo's and 18's in store and for sale by
WARWICK, FRICK k BALL,
6** Ron Hi stjeet.
NEWELL POSTS, BALUSTERS, BRACK
ETS and MOULDINGS, of all kinds and patterns, for
sa'e by GEO. O. STEVENS A CO.,
fc'-t-tf 47 W. Pratt street, near Gay.
DRUGGISTS' ARTICLES OF ALL THE VA
rious styles, made of Hani and Soft Rubber, Syringes
Dreast rumps. Pessaries. Nursing Bottles. Surgeon Bandage
N Teething Rings, Nipples and Nipple
Shields. Also, Machine Belting, Packing and Hose, which
we will sell at New York prices.
E. M. PUXDERSON A CO.,
No. 209 Baltimore street
OTORAGE WANTED— In Warehouse N0.7 7
u kN^Eka n AstVo TO^a^7Th';a^ i,lr
T IQUID GLUE.—A full stock now on hand
XJ of this very useful household article, excellently adapt
ed for repairing toys, furniture, work boxes, or any kind of
wood work, always ready for use. Retail price 25 cents per
bottle. Wholesale and retail by
n29-tf Nog 216 and 218 Baltimore street.
STORAGE WILL BE RECEIVED i'HE
_ first floor of WsrehooM No.623outh.Gay street, CAPRON
*OO L AL tf
APPLES AND PEELED PEACHES.— SOO
bushels Dried Apples, very bright, 6,000 bushels Peiiclies
M store aud for sale by T'RI IVILBUI'.N, 45 South st. feir.-tf
A MONTILLADO SHERRY—I 6 qr. casks pale
S O ;VIT,'Y ATE ' F3R SALC hyG^,t
A A LIRL) \\ N MEXICAN GUANO.—Contain
ing more than the ordinary percentage of Bone plios
pnate of Lime,for sale by MACDONALD A DUGDAI.E
JU2I-tf
A A WHITE MEXICAN GUANO.— Rich in
-£V L, .°",?;P£'? S P!' ATE > !ULD IN FIUE order, for sale by MACDON
ALD AS DUGDALE. ja24-tf
ALMONDS. —ISO bales Bordeaux and Province,
for sale Ly SCHWARTZ A 117 117 Lombard st. JALO tf
ADAMANTINE CANDLES.—3OO BOXES, PRIME
quality, for sale by GEORGE SLATER, 10Commerce
ja3-tf
APPLES— 20 BBLS. BOSTON APPLES land
ing. F'or sale by J. CROSBY A SON, 15 Bowiv's
W " ALF dls-t'f
APPLES, BUTTER AVD CHEESE.—GO bbis.
S casks premium Dairy Cheese, just receive.l from State of
New \ urk, L>Y J. IIE.N RY GREEN WAY A CO., 48 S. Calvert
STREET - d7-TR
ALE AND PORTER.— In glass bottles; Burton
Pale Ale, pints and quarts; Dublin XX Porter, pints;
ircsii importations for sale by CAPRON A CO, 62 S Gay
STR '-''' ! nSO-tf
ALMONDS. —LOO bags Ivica; 20 bales Paper
Shell; 20 bags Sicily; Soft Shell; 15 cases Calabria
I.icorice; for sale by J. CROSBY A SOX. dl tf
ALCOHOL. — Western Alcohol, 80 and 95 per
cent , for sate at lowest market rates by HUGH BOL
IV.N A Co.. No. SI MCL'.lilerry s wharf. nS-tf
ADAMANTINE AND CHEMICAL SPERM
Candles.—We liave on hand a fine stock of Western
•'•astern Adamantine Candles, short weight and full
w eight Also Manhattauville Chemical Sperm Candles, all
si7.es, plain and fancy liars. Our Adamantines are all of the
best quality. GRANT A ItROTII_ER.6I_F;x.-l,a.,ge Place. n2 tf
T)UL RBON WHISKEY.— 7n bbls. pure Bourbon
WEJM&inv received on consignment and for sale bv
; CIIAKI.ON A CO., corner Hanover and Lombard
s i re s ts b _fe2btf_
BACON SIDES.—SO lilids. prime Western,
regular brands. POUMAIRAT A McCULLY, 47 and 4
I.ignt street. fo2l-tf
BULK SIDES AND BREAST PIECES.—I,4OO
pieces for sale by POUMAIRAT k McCULLY, 47 and 49
ugiitstreet. fo2I-tf
"BORDEAUX AND MARSEILLES OIL IN
MYFIRS R &ILRO" INTS ' FRESH INL P° RTATIONS , for sale by C. 11.
BAY RUM.—S puncheons very superior Bay
Rum for sale by HALL A LONEY, 56 Buchanan's
W I ,AR I felS-tf
BULK MEAT.—LOO hbds. Bulk Sbouldcrs; 100
do. do. Sides, for sale by I>. J. FOLEY & ISKO., No. 50
couth street. R fel2-tf
BURGUNDY PORTS.— Of various grades, in
quarter casks, in store and for sale by CHAS. If. M Y ERS
? "PLI: A fet-Ptf
BULK T SIDES.—SO casks. POUMAIRAT &
MCCL , Nos. 47 and -FF Light street. fell-tf
BACON .—Fresh arrival of Shoulders, Sides!
Hams and Joles, for .sale by SHARP,CAKR A. CO , RUT S
rioward street. FCH tf '
BACON. —100 hhds. choice Bacon Sides; 100
hhds. do. do. Shoulders; 2,500 hhds. do. Familv HSINM
for sale by LO\ E, MARTIN A CO., 5 Flxchange I'lacc | F,-IN-1F
"BACON SIDES.—2SO hhds. regular Western
J-v Packed, in bright packages, for sale by H. RIEMAN &
BOXB, (.inner Howard aud Fayette streets. feio tf
BAGS. —10,000 Seamless, 2 and 3 bus.; 5,000
Heavy Duck, suitable for Millers; 20,600 Shinning BIS
2 and 3 bus., assorted qualities; 5,000 F'eed Bags' lo'7mo H,W
!A " 3 , F T'. S H"" IN ? ; - ! "i° P'NUR ami Buck wheat
'FI'. 1 , 1 ! and plairi, for sale in lots to suit by Ft. 11 AT
WEIIAL.t ;W M liitl: rtrv: t I - v.- • v wl:I;rf ™
BACON AND LARD.—SO hhds. Bacon Sides,
best quality; 25 hhds. do. Shoulders, do. do.; 1,000 Hams
'T' 1 .".! v R VIVI'J LA B 11 "', 1 , KL R S " ! N STORE and for rale by CHII.HS
<.\ L 48 South street. ja27-tf
B 5 , 0 VOR Y fine, Tor sale by
CHTLDI & GAYNQR, 48 Sooth gt. jalS-tf
B4 Y ; M •—< >N E PUNCH EON PRIME for sale
by K. 11. AT W ELL A CO., 68 South street, Botvlv's
" ILAI-tf
"BACON.—S,OOO lbs. New Breasts; 5,000 lbs.
rift I I V' A I I, V'V/L L D "[ ° ,D Shoulders; for sale by
InILDS A (I A L N< )R, 4N South street. dl7-tf
"BRANDYWINE KILN "DRIED CORN ME-VL
JLJ and Flour, for sale by JOHN S. PRICE, 79 South
_ d7-tf_
X)L ITER.—SO tubs choice Goshen, just re-
MJ ceiveil and for sale by W. D. SHURTZ A CO 11 Com.
merce street. " ' D^
BROAD ARROW FLOUR.—32 bbis. B~AT
Flour, for sale by.). WHITBFORD. Spear's wharf. nls
BUCKWHEAT MEAL—III hundreds and quar
-L E F- S: OI LL . S ?,- FL '*i SL , I , KROULID ( ' ORN JIEAL I for sale bySAM'L A
""OSE, 2S" W est I 2doors East nf Howard. 1110
BULKW WHEAT FLOUR— For family use
for sale by KENSEY JOHNS A CO., Nos 22 and 24
commerce street.
BAY RUM.—S puncheons verychoi 7 Bavßuivb
_ for sale by HALL A LONMY, 56 Buchanan's whf. oLVtf
BUTTER. — GOO kegs prime glades, just re-
I |WI MVAI A " D fur sale by DAVID T. BL'ZBY, 6 Exchange
TDRANDYWINE KILN DRIED CORN MEAT—
IMMS 'V'ITu.L A " D ''"gsheads, for _ sale by JOHN S. WIL
LL **- Commerce street. fe22-LV
C 1 and Burning Coal
/Oil constantly for sale by PODLTNKY A 110ALE.44
J.oinbard street. • f' -'L tf
COLLIER'S SUGAR CURED HAMS.— 4olres
for sale by POUMAIRAT A McCULLY, 47 aud 49 Light
_ fe2l-tf
CHAMPAGNE. — The celebrated Due dc Monti
liello and Helmet Cliampagiies, for sale by the solo agent
in rialtiinor. . C MHHTON STEWART, R. 2 S. Gay ,t. FE2NJW
CIIASTILE SOAP.— Genuine red mottled, in
J store and for sale by C. 11. MYERS & BRO. feitnf
CHINA t'LAI . —2O casks English for sale by It.
•J. BAKER, 36 South Charles street. fel9-tf
CIHEESE. —500 boxes Eastern Cutting Cheese
Z for sale hy CURTIS k POST, 43 South strict and 11
I lattstleet. f,.-IS 3w
CORDIALS. —"Maraschino" and "Curacao,"
genuine, in store and for sale by WM. F. GETTY. S E
CTIRN.-IM IIHT-rt and I.Tnil;tiil strc.-t-I. ,J
CHAM PAG.\ ES.— "Chas. Heidsieck," ''Cordon
Bleu." and "Magya Pezsco," for sale by WM. F. G KTTY,
?-- corner Calvert and Lombard -t:V. ts. fels if
.jpILARET WINES.—SO cases "St. Julien ME^
in store and for sale by WM. F. GETTY, S. E. cor-
I" I ' aI\TT 1 .OINLT.INI ,-trevts. FEJG (I
CG.IAL OIL.—IO bbls. just received and for sale
/b y ft MOALE, n LombardstreeL fell tf
/^HAMPAGNE —"Crescent" and "Vine Leaf"
GIA) Wl',^?;.?N' 1E .! , 1/;RI. ,LIRE( ;{. imp-'ffabon, for sale by
Y'-V- '• HAHHLM'N.OLI HIININ-IR wharf. I.'.'TF
CHOICE WHISKEY— IO bbls. very choice „M
Vj/ Ivye Whiskey, for sale by GEO. L. HARRISON,6 O'Don
nells_ wharf. f.-0-tf
F^IGARS — per steamer Baltimore. Just landed
V, I"; 1 :, steam.-, Baltimore, an invoice of J.-lVerson and
MASRA Cigars, of new crop Tobacco. J'. TIEUNAN A SON,
linl ON II'I |_ .\ .(I<; 11 ■ 1• -4 fc9-tf
C COOPERAGE.— Wanted to contract for 500
J L'ork Barrels. CURRY, NEPHEW A CO., 57 W Pratt
- LR !_ LE3 tf
R^IDKIL— 50 bbls. clarified Cider, from Nor-
I/F'., (: °nn. ; just received and for sale by It. KRAI'S
G CO.. 131 lieapside. fel-tf
DUCK.—A large supply of the above
B^0?IN C !TF^O6DI O S,'IV T X I ?' L ? IWAYS '"'hand and F.,r side
>Y JUII.N llhMJfcKaON & CO., corner Commerce and Pratt
. ja2i) tf
CASTILE SUAP.—LOO boxes just reeeivedTiml
I|R - IIC by R. J. BAKER, XB. Charlea street, JNGFF tf
/^OFPEE. —1,400 bags choice old Government
( V R JILV . A ' u I.aguayra, Maracaibo, Porto Rico an.L Rio
fur sale 'EV GF.O. SLAT Elt. 10Commerce st. ja2l-tf
COGNAC AND UOCHELLE BRANDIES OF
various brands, constantly for sale from United States
V"!A L ELT-' I OUSC ' B" Ported by LAURENCE THO.MSEN
A CO.. 64 Exchange Place. ja2 If
CIoIiDACL. —70 t oils pure Manilla Cordage as
/sorted Si7.es, ill store and for sale by THUS. WHITRIDGE
"C <l_ and 1.) I.NU LV S wli.trf. d22-tf
AMPHINE AND PINE OlL— Constantly on
\J hand, in prime order, and for sale at our Distillery, No
81 McElderry'S wharf. HUGH BOLTON k CO. nll-tf
CORN MEAL.— Fresh ground constantly for
sale in lots to suit, at GEORGETOWN .MILLS, ill. 118
ana 118 Smith's wharf. nui tr
CI IS IVKRISKED, TIMOTHY7"\"ND"QUEKITT-
J RNN jlark, wanted by JOHN F'. PICKRELL A CO,
H4 Smith s wharf. „3 tf
/~U)D FlSH.—Fifteen drums of prime quality
TVIIR'L!'i 111 ' 1 .""'1 FOR SALE hy THUS.
>\ 1111 HI IMIK A I (.. Howl y S wharf QJD
COGNAC ANI) ROCHELLE BRANDY dark
and pale. Scotch Whiskey, Holland Gin and Jamaica
'V "'"DENUJ BN or barrel, for sale by
J NO. 11. O DONOVAN, JR., 33 Cheapside. OL-tf
CASTILE SOAP.—3OO boxes Castile Soap for
sale by UAKFIU BITOS. A CO., 32 and 31 South Charles
STR,TL5 TR, TL- s3-tf
CLOVERSEED. — Prime quality, wanted by KNOX
KNOX A CO.. IL^Jriieers' Exchange. Nnl St f
CRUCIBLES— From2 to 80. A large assort
ment always on hand, and for sale low by DUG AN A
JK.XKINS, NO. 21 S. Charles st. jyin-tf
DRIED FRUIT.—GOO bushels Apples, peeled
I'TVV'I'' 6 ! SLL(, R husliels Peaches, for sale hy
1 ' " L-I .M'.V A M0A1.1., 41 Lombard street. fell-tf
DRIED PEACHES.—LOO bushels unpoeied
Peaches; 30 do. peeled do., for sale by EDWI). MITCH
r.UI. At O .-.in P LA TT >trift. fell-tf
DRIED FRUIT.—IIS sacks Dried Apples; 05
sacks Dried Peaches, for sale by JAS. CORNER A
B "" S - jall-tf
EXTRA FLOUR.— Choice brands of this grade
always on hand and for sale by JOHN HENDERSON &
CO.. corner Commerce and Pratt streets. ja29 tf
EXTRACT OF LOGWOOD.—2O,OOO lbs. for
sale by It. J. BAKER, 36 South Charles street. jak-tf
IpTHERIAL OIL— Of our own manufacture,
a genuine article, put up in prepared bar
rels, on hand and for sale hy HUGH BOLTON k
TO.'.No. si McKhlcrry'S wharf. n.S-tf
EXTRA FLOUR.— For Bakers', Grocers' and
Family use. just received aud for sale by KENSEY
JOHNS A CO., NOS. 22 ami 21 Commerce street. 027-tf
FRENCH VINEGAR.— Of very superior qual
ity, triple strength, . warranted pure, just received and
lor sale by J. B. CHARRON T CO., corner Hanover and Lom
bard streets. fe2l-tf
FIGS. —500 drums and cartoons landing and for
SALE hy F-DWD. 1,. I'AI.MKR, I llowly'S wharf fe!7-tf
FEATHERS. —3,000 lbs. (OR SALE BY POULT-
NEY A MOALE,44 Lombard steeet. fell-tf
FLOUR. — Ohio and Howard Street Super, Ex
tra and Family Flour for sale hy quantity, dray load or
bbl. SHARP, CARR A CQ..56 S. Howard stiw-T Y R". 1■ " R
FLAXSEED \\ ANTED.— The highest market
price paid fbr Flaxseed by CAPRON A CO., 62 8 Gav
ja!2 tf
FLOUR.— Select brands of Flour for Bakers'
and Family use, L>y dray load or single barrel, delivered
rrce; Corn Meal, Buckwheat Meal. Prime Timothy I lav and
feed of al kinds, for sale b.v SAM'L A. HOUSE, 256 W. Pratt
streot' 2 dtmrs K;Ut of Howiird. !025-tf
FIGS. —2,000 drums, 40 casess, for sale by J.
CROSBY V SOX, IFT wharf. d2?-tf
FISH, CHEESE AND - BUTTER.—I,OOO bbis.
No. 3 Maekere', 200 do. No. do.; 3JKX) do. do. No I Her
ring; .'JJOtI 1 sixes Eastern Cheese; 56 tubs choice Faloilv But
ter. In shire and for sale hy W. D. SHUItTZ k CO., 11 Com
merce street d6-tf
XPLGS. —2,000 drums, landing; Currants, 50
ITIKMVFIOV ,° C S' IU , store and landing, for sale hy J.
I hOsllT A AII.V 1.1 Bowl.V - wharf. til-tt
FAMIL\ FLOUR.— Choice brands just received
and for sale by KENSEY JOHNS A CO., Nos 22 and 24
Commerce street. O'>"-tf
FIRE BRICK.—IO,OOO English Fire Brick,
for sale by HALL A LONEY. 56 Buchanan's whf. 01-tf
FULL WEIGHT CANDLES—2OO BOXES
Western Adamantine Candles, full weigh., of sutierlor
quality, for sa'e by GRANT A BROTHER, Alanufueturei-s"
ol KXCHANJ-'O I'huf. if
FLAXSEED WANTED-BJ KNOX~& co:,
Exchange Place. au27-tf
C GUNPOWDER. HAZARD'S ELECTRIC
TAmerican Sporting, Ducking, Ritle and Mining Powder
for sale by D J. FOLEY A BRO. Agents, 06 South street
fel4-1M 8 IT
G< UINNESS' CELEBRATED IRISH BROWN
R STOUT, just received inline order. P. TIEKXAX A
Soil. Importers, 12 N. Cliarles st. fe2-tf
GIN. —"Comet" and "Club House" Gin in bond
and for sale hy MARTIN, BELT & CO., 168 N Howard
STREET- * ja2l-lm
GROSS & DIETRIOIFS ADAMANTINE CAN
DLES.—AH sizes for sale by their agents, GRANT A
BRO., 61 Kxchange PLACE jafl-tf
GLUE. —LOO bbls. American and 10 casks Irish
for sale hy R. J. BAKER. 36 S, Charles street. jg-tf
GUNNY BAGS.—Constantly on hand and for
sale at lowest market prices by RICHARDSON A CO
67 Exchange Place. n22-tf *
GUM SHELLAC.—IO cases Garnet; 10 cases
Orange; just received and for sale by R. J. BAKER,
8 S. Charles street dI6-tj
GERMAN HARDWARE "AND CUTLERY
imported and for sale at low prices by W. A. and F
MARBURG. 48 W. Lombard st. ,18-tf '
GI ESLE R' S CHAMPA GNE ~WINES.—
Giesler'S Golden Label; Giesler's White Label; Giesler'S
Anchor, inpints and quarts, for sale to the trade only hv J
F. JAMIESON & CO.. sole agents. jal2-tf
tLLUE. —100,000 lbs. Glue assorted qualities for
W sale by BAKER BROTHERS A CO., 32 and 34 South
Charles st. 13-tf
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, FEBRUARY 1859.
HAMS FOR FAMILY USE.—2O,OOO pieces
Sugar Cured, in hhds * tierces or loose. We invite
me attention ot dealers to these Hams. H. RIEMAN A SONS,
coiner Howard and Fayette streets felO-tf
HOMINI. —A lot of fresh just arrived and lor
sale by SHARP, CARR A CO.. 50 S. Howard st. fell-tf
HA \ A.\A CIGARS.—For sale low to close I
consignments,by C.MORTON STEWART, 52 S Guv
street - fe2l-7t j
HEMP. — 30 bales American Dressed, and GO '
Jilte for sale by sale by POULTNEY A MOALE, 44 Loiu
Dam street. fell-tf
HOPS.— Prime Eastern for sale by SCHWARTZ
& DIX, 117 Lombard street. fe2-tf
HEMP. —Russia, American and Manilla Hemp
in store and for sale by JOHN HENDERSON & CO . '■
corner Commerce and Pratt streets. ja29-tf
HERRINGS. —1,000 boxes in store and for sale
HERRING, &C.—1,000 bbls. prime llaliliix I
I (erring; 2tio do. do. Labrador do.; 509 do. Branch do ;
too casks Hake Fish; 12.00U do. Codfish; 50 tierces and bbls.
F, o Salmon, for sale at lowest rates by CURTIS & fo.ST,
4.1 s-outli .str.'et and 41 Pratt street. felß-Sw
HAVANA ClGAßS.—Weliave just received
from Havana several invoices of fine Cigars, consisting
oi \ letorta, .Noriega, Rivas, Espanola, Prince of Wales, In
''rands. F'or sale by LAURENCE
1 HOM.SFA A CO., HI Exchange Place. ja2o tf
TTEAVV BURLAPS—4O inclies wide, suitable
cire T^ r ,^.??? s :, andn !? nuf cturera, for sale by ROB
EH D. BK()>\ N Ac CO., 18 Hanover street. ja!s-tf
HAMS.— We are now taking from Smoke 2,500
pieces of our superior Sugar Cured Hants, put up ex
pres.Nly for family use. In richness and delicacy of tluvor
they are unsurpassed. SMITH & NICODEMUS. j:i2ti-tf
HAVANA cIGARS.— JUST kkoEFVED
IM PORTED H a VAN A CIGARS, some extra
nne BKANDh. Meerschaum 1 ipes, Smokers, fancy arti
?, w'„3 C :'/ orU T f'/'lrtlrtj-s- Also. HAVANA SMoKINt! TO
BACCO; for side by TIIOS. N. WEBB, cor. Madison and
Gar-ien sts. d2l tf
H A V.—Prime Timothy Hay, in bales, for sale
by SAMUEL A. HOUSE, 2SG Pratt street, 2 doors East
01 Howard. d's tf
HOMINY . —Fresh beat, of fine quality; for sale
GEORGETOWN MILLS, 114,116 and
iff? r>mit wharf. n
HOMINY. —Fresh beat Hominy, for sale in
lots to suit, by JOHN F. PICKRELL A CO., 114
onmh's wharf. n3-tf
SHIPPING LEAF.—2S hhds. Heavy
Leaf Tobacco, for sale by WARWICK, F'RICK A BALL,
ou Nouin street. jv29-tf
TMITATION (.:<)GNAO BRANDY, pale and
Adark, in various packages; Imitation Sweet Malaga Wine
neatly put up in packages similar to the imported, and in'
5- U i a |; i i.'£ ai S / '*!. d ' s Gtiguishfd; for sale by CI, ABA UGH
F. 58 south St..op. Exchange Place, aoe con ja2ti tf
TNDIA CHINA WARE.—Ten cases India China
WinTfitmcp'i /•!'.' P iT, cc ' B ' J ",Vf:"' e i'" (l f ""' Sttle ~y TH( 'MAS
" !!_!__ ' & CO., 12 and 13 Hnwly s wharf. *122-tf
INDIGO. —50 ceroons Caraeeas Superior, land
ing .md for salt* hy U. .1 H,\ K KK. ,'Vi S. Charles st. jaß t\
INDIGO. —75 cases Manilla and Madras,b)fall
grades, for sale by IV. H. CRAWF'ORI) A CO., No. 62South
auil'-tf
JAVA COFFEE.—3OO bags choice old govern
ment Java Coffee fbr sale by GEORGE SLATER, No 10
commerce street. jaG-tf
KINGSFurD'S OSWEGO STARCHTfor sale
at factory prices, by Agent, DAVID T. BUZBY, 6 Ex
cnange Place. <gt tf
I IQUEUR AROMATIQE DE LA GRANDE
J-JChartreuse—Having been appointed agents for the sale of
t his.Liqueur distihsl at tlie ( 'onreid „f La Grande Chartreuse
in the I yrenees, we are now prepared to supply our friends
and he public with this rare and most exquisifc alrticie,
!'!b . V l, io 0 i n , I SV,". s- 39 a Digestif par excellence. For sale
sre. i!*' CIiAKK "- N •" CO., corner Hanover and Lombard
streets. fe2l-tf
T A LD. 100 tierces and 200 kegs very choice
, '" L ' MA,RAT A
IARD 01L.—20 bbls. Superior No. 1 Lard
-JOtl just received and for sale hy WM. 0. ROBINSON, 81
novvl.v s wharf. fels4Jt
I ARD.—O4 bbls. in superior order, for sale bv-
Jli. RII-.M.W 5,i.V5.24 Howard street. f.-is-tf
T ONDON BROWN STOUT.—2S cases "liar-
JLiclav s, in shuv and for sale by WM. F. GETTY. S E
corner Calvert and Lombard streets. felS-tf !
T PRIME PEACH SEED for sale by
X-J T. 1. MAl:I !\ a Bl><7_ (,'alvertstrcct. f,-9 tf
T ,27 FEATHERS tor sale by T. T.
XJ MARTIX A HRo., 72 S. Calvert street. fel)-tf
7 7i7!,T7J7'^ a '' EMPTY CASKS forsaleby T.
X-J I. MARTIN Ac 880., 72 S.__Calvert street. fi-9-tf
LOT OF PRIME HAMS for sale bv T. T. .MAIU
TIN* Ac BRO., 72 S. Calvert street. fe9-tf
L',' {', *7f' NK, extra cheap, for sale by
1. 1. MAkliN A BRO., 72 S. Calvert street. fe9-tf"
LEMONS. —200 boxes Sicily tor sale by ED-
WARD 1,. PALMER, 4 Bowly'a wharf. fe' tf
LZVRD: —23 barrels Prime Western leaf for sale
2??. p "VMAIRAT& MCCULLY. 47 ami 49 Light st. fe2-tf
T ARD in bbls. and kegs, for sale by SMITH &
-LJMCODEMUB. jaM. lf
T KMONS.—IOO boxes prime Messina, for sale
-Lih.v SCHWARTZ A DIX. 117 Lombard street j„| tf
T ON'iiON BROWN STOUT" AND SCOTCH
r jl\S^ it 4 e co. arioag l '™" di
T ARD 01L.—38 bbls. Cincinnati Extra Winter
and f ° r 3, "' ; "y GRA n x f f 4
T UMBER.—4O,OOO feet prime Yellovv Piue Lutn
,~7 ,„J'|K 1S 5" f (•Tiffing Boards and Joists, landing
i3v\;',,7<377iAi7!V:r3'Y:f,V3,:;33wt,/ ,r d7tr ?
1 KMONS.—I4O BOXES MESSINA balance of
j^ROSBYAspg! >W by
T/.'Pri- a OO ? ISII ~ ;200 Quintals Grand Btink
fiual.itv, now landing from schooner
whrf ' ' BalC by T ' WIIITRIDGK £ CO., Bowleg
-—a- 030-tf
Mw inU f RA ''• Welsh's Madeira
stfav A'ST? iu UaUimure '
IVf ACKEREL.—I,OOO bbls. No. 3. large Macke
-43 suf. ! ,b ! 8 do - do ' for salc hy CURTIS Ac POST,
■l-i v • • 11111 an.l il i'ratt-tivot IV-184?
MESS BEEF.—In whole and' lmlf bbls., for
sale l,y ADOLPHUS C. SCHAEF'ER, No. 74 Bowly's
. ft-17 3t
MOCHA COFFEE for sale by POULTNEY&
MDAI.E, 44 Lombard street. felt tf
ATERCER POTATOES.—SOO bbS7 in prime
57 ifiat PmU&Sit er ' Sall *' '' y CL ' KKV > NKPIIEW A CO.,
"IMTANILLA CORDAGE of all sizes constantly
ni 1 0 , n i , .""! d ,ln ', l ,, for sale l,y JOHN HENDERSON &
-_ c rT]( 1 1 and Commerce streets. jn29-tf
j\];73,7,\ TTA ;7, ViI - l ' l ' ; CIIKMIOAI, SPERM
t ITiV iVr f ' plain and faucy boxes. GRANT
• >. ~ o nxciiange I lace. ja'.'l-tf
TV/TLSCAI WINE.—2O caslvs medium and low
n ,~T:*i l;ll ',' llll! iil' 11 forsaleby J. B. CHARRON Jt
-*-<>riKi Lomh.ud ami li:tuovt*r streets. j:i!2-tf
l\/TILIi I'ELD—OI various kinds constantly for
al <: Kl )R<jETOW N M 1
IVfACKEREL, HERRING AND ALEWFVESi
.ivwharf. 1 " 8 an< ' for ?ak ' by UALL 4 LONKY, 56 Buchan-
IVfATI'. MULLER'S CELEBRATED Sl'AltK
sahrtn- U 8 \ lU t k |' ! M ( |nuin>JF 3'". e9 ' i,l1 I" ,rt >' , l and fin
stre, I ' • MARBURG, sole Agents, 48 W. Lombard
sis tr
IV bbls. N. E. pure Molasses
Bowly's wharf 1 " 06 ll " d f ° r Sale by J ' F ' MIL, ' EK 4 f CO., B,'i
NF, CROP nToT SUGAR AND" MOLASSES!
MITI l'n'i f V I! rn l v SU^, y £ a ?, ofr Y'' f " r s a |( -' t'.v EDWARD
Jim 111.1.1, (.()., .No. 9n 1 iatt street. jaisfi-tf
MUKLEANS SUGAR AND
il. \[oi M ! S l'V. , U ( i\ t | ,y P i n,?U ' W { > r] r AU * S,, 8' a '-; 150 bids.
f i/ i /' "bis. choice New Orleans Syrup, suitable
wTi rf ' a ebytJt ' 0 ' HiVKRISON, 6 O'Donncll's
-- - - jal4-tf
IV°J A POTATOES in barrels and
i.Ofi ■ ,u , k ; for r Sa, 'i by w - BHO a 3 A SON, comer
>ioith - u I, aif arid I'ratt -t i> ,-i. tj
-1V E „ W BACON, HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES;
. Bresist pieces, Lard in barrels and kegs, for sale at low
Balrimore 8t rlCe ' U ' CAtiSAKD 4 SUN b 47 and 409 West
fYI'ARD, Dt'l'UY .X i n., COGNAC BRANDY
,y >'} various vintages, constantly on hand and for sale
from Custom House byC. H. MYERS A BRO., f„l9 tf
ORANGES. —1,000 boxes O and 00 for sale by
EDWII. 1,. PALMER. 4 Bowly's wharf. fe!7 tf
OAKUM. —A superior lot of the best grades~of
iast received and for sale by JOHN HENDEII-
M I.N A t ( comer ( oinmerce and Pratt street*. fell tf
Ow-33* —gallons of bleached winter
\\ hue; 6.HUO do. do. do, Solan 8.000 do. do do. Seal
o-ixxl do. do. do. bpei-m; 6.0U) do. do. crude Whale, received
and for sale hy J. 1 AUkIIURST, Jit. k CO., No. 76 Bowly's
feta-tf
"fY'D WHISKEY."—IS bbls. choice Old Rye
r M liiskey, distilled 1856; 30 I,bis. do. do., distilled 1858;
f'j't "ireet from Oieidistiller; can be recommended as
puie, for sale by LOVE, MARTIN A CO., No. 5 Exchange
felo-st
OLD RY L _\\ HISKEY.—9O bbls. copper dis
tilled Rye Whiskey, 3 years old,for sale by GEO. SLA
ve.it. 10 Commerce street felO-tf
OIL iSOAP. —2O bbls. just landed and for sale
at lowest market price by J. PARKHURST, Jr., A CO,
I ""3 y S "' ai '■ fefrtf
OSNABURGS. —5 bales heavy 4-4 Osnaburtrs
for sale by A. C. SCHAEFFIR, 74 Bowly's wharf. FeS it
OLD RY E WHISKEY.—Of various grades,
uniform in quality, always on hand and for sale to the
rianti at reasonable rates by CLABAUGII A GRAFF,3BSouth
street, opposite Exchange Place. R, GE COR ja24-tf
OLD RYE WHISKEY. —IOO bbls. J. Welty's
I( i° x 0 !' 1 60 do "Bourlxin"
vmu Rye, 2(N) do. "Uorine' Old ltye; fi do. "UnKUs" Old
Rye,i in store and for sale by J. WHITEFORI), C Spear's
H555: ja24-tf
OLEINE SOAP.—2OO boxes Gross k Dietrich's
celebrated Oleine Soap just received and for sale by B. T.
fiifo D-i Soiith EuUiw street, opposite Baltimore and
On IO Railroad Depot. ja2fi-tf
OLIY'E 01L.—25 casks Messina, suitable for
bottling. For sale by R. J. BAKER, 36 South
rl '' 9 ?t ' d23-tf
ONE PUNCHEON PURE JAMAICA SPIRITS,
forsale by WM. SHRIVER A CO., 47 Cheapsideand
it t aivert st. n.KFtf
OLD IRON.—A QUANTITY FOR SALE BY
KNOX A C 0..9 Grocers' Exchange. au!B-tf
OAKUM. —Messrs. Plume & Co.'s Prime Oakum
111 lots to suit purchasers, for saleliy CHAS. PENDER
-77 Smith s wharf. <>2s tf
/~\LD RY E WHISKEY—Of very superior quali-
OLD RYE WHISKEY.—Copper distilled, a
choice article, for sale by J. A J. M GIRVIN 93
Smith's wharf. sll-tf
PRIME PORK.—3OO bbls. Western and City
packed tor sale by JOSEPH CARSON & CO. felß-tf
PIG HtoN.—loo tons of Glengarnock Scotch
Iron now landing per ship "Mackinaw:" lOOtons of Catli
rinc Cold Blast \V heel Iron; 100 tons of Locust Grove No 1-
Wheel Iron; 500 tons of Anthracite Iron, for sale bv STE
-I'HEN S. LEEjNo. 50 SouthjCay street. fel7-tf
PEACHES. —500 doz. canned, and warranted
in line order, for sale by SHARP, CARR A CO., 50 South
Howard street. fell-tf
PORK AND BEEF.—IOO bbls. prime Pork; 100
bbls. No. 1 Beef; 50 bbls. Mess Beef; for sale by LOVE.
MARTIN .X CO., No. 5 Exchange Place, felO-tf
PRODUCE, Ac.—Prime Goshen Butter, Susque
hanna Roe Herrings and White Beans for sale bv J
HENRY GREEN WAY A CO., 48 S. Calvert .street. fei-tf
PARIS WIIITE.—IO tons Cliffstone Dry and
fine, forsale by R. J. BAKER, No. 36 South Charles
street. ja2stf
PALM 01L.—100,000 lbs. l'alm Oil, to arrive,
for sale by R. 11. AT WELL & CO., 63 Bowly's wharf,
South street. jalfetf
PECANS. —New crop Texas Pecan Nuts just re
ceived and f.,r sale by WARWICK, F'RICK A BALL,
iNo. South street. jas-tf
POTATOES —POTATOES.—Maine Carter Po :
tatoes, in fine order, for sale low in quantities to suit!
fro* ll the vessel this day. Apply to W.
RHOADS Ac SON, corner Smith's wharf and Pratt st. dl? tf
PIG IRON.—2OO tons Car-Wheel Iron; 300 do.
Baltimore forge, in yard and for Sale by STEPHEN S
LEE, 5 South Guy street. ' 118 tf
PEPPER AND PIMENTO.—3SO baps in bond
ami duty paid; 400 bags Pepper, for sale by W. H. CRA W-
M)RD k C<., f2 South street. je3-tf
UEKCITRON BARK.—Wanted by KNOX k
Ct9 rovers' Exchange. aulß-tf
RUMP PORK AND BEEF.—ISO bills, for sa,
by JCBKPII CARSON A CD. felS-tf
ROSIN. —400 bbls. No. 2 Rosin in store andfor
sale by ADOLPHUS C. SCIIAEFER, No. 74 Bowly's
wl ""* fe!7-4t
RAISINS —3,000 boxes Bunch and Layers;
2,000 k and \ do. do.; 200 boxes Valencia: 100 mats
seediess; 100 drums Sultana, for sale by SCHWARTZ &
DIX, 117 Lombard street. f..u_tf
RICE. —50 casks prime Rice per steamer City oi
Norfolk, from Savannah, for sale by PENDERGAST
nnOS., ,7 Smith's wharf, up stairs. fe2-tf
ROCK SALT.—IS tons Rock Salt in store and
for sale by IEDWD. MITCHELL & CO., No 90 Pratt
fell-tf
RUSSIA FISHING ROPE—made of the best
, materials at the shortest notioe, by JOHN HENDER
SON k CO., corner Commerce and Pratt streets. jaJ9-tf
YE FLOUR AND WHISKEY.—24 bbls. Pa.
'^Hrr k E^^,7^77 t wh7; hiakcy ' " alf
ROSIN. —310 bbls. No. 1 Rosin, just received
and for sale by DUNNOCK & WEATHERLY, 117
smith s wii !lr f jai-tf
RAGS. —80 bales Sicily, Linen and White Cot
ton Rags, for sale by J. CROSBY & SON, 15 Bowly's
wnart. d29tf
RYE FLOUR.—3O bbls. York County Ist Rye
Flour, for sale by JAMES WHITEFORD, Spea'r's
w " Hr ' jalß-tf
RICE. —Fair to Prime, constantly for sale by
JOHN WILLIAMS A SON, 99 Smith's wharf ja2l-tf
CALT.— 5,000 bushels Turks Island Salt in
r77wSv f "!' sa,e in lots to suit purchasers by HALL &
Li>.\ 1.4 . 54. Buchanan s wharf. felt) tf
RICE.— Constantly on Tiand and for sale bv
Bit HA It i isi i\ y JJO,, 07 Exchange 1 Mac-'. nl9-tf'
Q ICILY FRUIT.—SOO boxes Oranges in prime
kjorder; 500 do. Lemons, do. do.; 50 bags Filtmrts: 20 boxes
Italian Maecaroni; 2t> cases small stick Liquorice; balance of
,0r f.-7C V
CCOTCH PIG IRON.—IOO tons No. 1 Gleugar-
KEYSEI^°TR°IX^E}7I7A Cit'" a "''' °° W ' a " di "' '"l^
SMOKED BEEF.—Of choice quality, canvassed
and for sale by ADOLPHUS C. SHAEEEB, No. 74 Bow
ty s wharf. fe!7-3t
LJ AL SODA.—IOO casks Newcastle just received
kJanil for sale by R. J. BAKKB.3OS. Charles street. fe!s tf
SOAP. 200 boxes Castile ISoap landing and
forsaleby J. PARKHURST, Jn„ A CO., N0.78 Bowly's
WnatT ' felfl-tf
QCOiCtl PIG IRON.—Glengarnock brand, cou
kJstantly for saleby STICKNEY A CO., Agents for the
Manufacturers, Ex,-hang,- l'lace. ' fe!2 tf
SOAP AND CANDLES.—BOO boxes Adaman
tine; 200 do. Imperial Siwrin: 100 do. Sperm- 200 ilo C-is.
' veccl ved and for salei.y
7. 1 AKIv ''*• ' t!s * JR < D.s <8 Bowly s wharf, f*]2-tf
CI Y lIIE SNATHE, &c.—Hall, Brown & Co.'s
LJSnatlie Ni'.s. nmi, 2, 3 H and 4: Darby ('reek Scythe Stones
v riri r V!. ~i and for sale at lowest rates, by M.
K LIT 1 1, J a., >N, 1., tilth I hiirlts street. ft-14 tf
TARCH.—The Lancaster! 0., Manufacturing
V J Go. s brand of superior Starch. A large qnantitv al
ways on hand and for sale by Jull.V HEN DERSON k co
Sole agents, ninicrl nimcr(v_;uil i'ratt stnvt-:. ja2*. tf
SODA ASH.—2B tons Muspratt's High TesF
for sale by R. J. I! A K EI;. No. 36 S. Charles' st. jiUB-t'f
fij' 01L.—300 baskets, quarts and pints,
kjfor sale liv SCHU ARI Z A DIX. 117 Lombard st. if
CM EEI .MALAGA \\ INK.—A superior article,
kA very cheap, and for sale hv CLABAUGII A GRAFF, 38
South street, opp. F-xchange L lace. R, OE COR ja24-tf
S ALJ : 1;1QQ sacks Ashton s tine Salt, to arrive
or, J' el ' Falm( ; u th from Liverpool, for sale by F. L. BRA UN'S
4 CO.' corner Lomoaril st. and Cheapside. jal'.l-tf
C( Y RUPS. 3(10 bbls. Extra Golden and 3d qual
kb.. t L S cra I ! S 'Qf r ?TL.p :l , ryl A ind and Baltimore Refiners,for
" N '• •'. M. \ I KK. 1; ( < >iniiDM't'f <tiVft. j:i2l-tr
CPIRITS i( EPBN FINE.—IOO bbls. Spirits
wha Iff r " y
OCOiCH MALT WHISKEY'S.—7S puncheons
lAoaf- !' Malted YThiskey (a portion to arrive) for sale in
bond or duty paid hy J. F. JAMIFiS N A CO.
C HOOKS AND STAY ES.—T7soo~!Sugar and Mo
ilofm-'s-if !'ra! k u- Pife'Sjaves; 35.000 hltd. do.; 12,000 hbl.
do., fin sale bj \\ M. b. GROSS, corner Fiast Falls and East
" jadtf
SCYTHES. —500 dozen "Darling's" and "Waf
dron's" Stamp American Com and' Grass Scythes, also
scythe Sheathes, Scythe Stones, and Scythe Sharpener-
Ch'ariesstreet a,:tory rates by HISS A c01.E.27 an.^s:
C OAP —German and Olive Soap—loo boxes
Excllang.'.; !'Y 3 '""
SALT .—2,000 sacks Jeffrey & Darcy's"Fine Salt,
direct importation, for sale by GEO. SLATER, 10 Corn-
Pierce street. 7
CJ A LT.—5,000 bushels Salt, in
kJstiire, for sale by HALL A Lo.N'EY, 56 Buchanan's
au2ltf
Sp.9. R —received a good stuitil\ r of
Y. Vj < '. ,)ak Spokes. For sale low in lots to suit by WM
corner East Falls ami Eastern Avenue.. ' jas if
QI'ICES! SPICKS!!" Sl'lCES!!!—Pepper—Boo
L-'fiags jrirne Sumatra; Pimento—GOO bags prime Jamaica;
Lassia pfW mats and cases Canton; (linger—2(lo bags East
India, Cloves—loo bales Zanzibar; Nutmegs—s,ooo lbs I'e
nang and Government No. 1; Muce-2.5ml lbs. Government
No. I. A ho, a full assortment of (imund Spices, Mustard,
Ac,, for sale to the Wholesale trade of this city, tlie South and
UnTon 3 w m H P rn!wT house in the
s7i7:"Mi"'62 *77' ol "' it '""' s I ' b ;^, ix
ftEINB TWINE.—For sale by JAS. CORNER k
Kx d!5-tf
SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE.—2OO casks Spirits
kJ Turpentine, landing and for sale by JAS. CORNER A
gt " a ' dl'i-tf
CCOTCH PIG IRON.—ISO tons Gartsherrie and
FJ Summerlee, for sale hy STEPHEN S. LEE, No 50 South
Gay street. d2- tf
CIGILY MACCARONI.—ISOboxes, 25 lbs. each
curled and straight; for sale by J. CROSBY A SON',IS
Bowly's wharf. dl tf
SHOCKS.— 450 Sugar and molasses Shooks, for
sale hy JAS. CDItNKR A SDNS. „24-tf
SALMON.— 15 barrels No. 1 Salmon, landing
and for sale hy HALL A LONEY, 56 Buchanan's
nltltf
C*KERRY' WINE—of fine quality, by the cask
► ! or demijohn, for salo by JNO. H. O'DONOVAN, Jr ,33
Cheapside. B i-tf
QPIRITSTUIiI'ENTINK-Oiiistantlv on hand,
kJ and forsale by HUGH BOLTON A CO., No. 81 McElder
ry s_u hart us tf
CGLV ER SPRING FLt)Uß.—Manufactured and
Ft for sale hy KICNSF.Y JOHNS A CO., Nos 22 and 21 Com.
merce street. 027-tf
SQUARE AND HEX AGON NI "LS. WASiIEKS
AG a '| l iTii l 'si C - 1 ij ,?,r6 s r A1 ! constantly on hand,
il ',I V t I?vnv': .. 3"'!, Sl , ni AUGERS, f,„- sale liy
L'l I . ANv . I*. N i\ 1N>,2 1 > i !cil'ii s -t. .i vln if
KETTLES.—Japanned Tea Kettles. 4, K
jj~ .fcj, a, . 1<l 8 constantly in store and for sale bv M
rH, JR.-. fc SOX, SB South ('liarlcs ireet. f. I I tf
npo BUTCHERS AND CATTLE -
X Wanted to contract for I.IKIO fore quarters Bet r, of good
heavy quality. CURRY, NEPHEW A Co., 57 West Pratt
9tl ' K, ' t '. fe3-tf
r P"E WIDOW CLICQUOT'S CHAMPAGNE.—
i vitpvlore'-i-'.oU.'iere?/- !• unrivalled Wine for sale hy
LAURENCE i lit IMS EN A CO.. 64 Exchange Place, da tf
r nAlt.—300 bids. Tar, in good order, for sale by
X JAS. CORNER A SONS. n34 tf
"V ALI '- Vl 'l AKA IS INS.—loo boxes for ssale by
t SCHW .-VRrZ k DIX. 117 Lombard st. fe2-tf
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINES, GINS,
V * Ac., in store arid bond, hy SHARP, CARR & CO., 5n.S.
Howard - treat. fell-tf
"VS/ HITE, RUSSIAN, & Y ELLOW COLOGNE
JI. imported and for sale liv W. A. A E. MAR
-131 IKi, is >N Lombard st. 2 doors from Ga.v. f*3-tf
WINES. —1(10 pijies and % casks Sicily; 20
casks Malaga, sweet, now in bond, will lie sold at re
due; " prices, in bond or duty paid. J. CROSBY ASi iN,
15 Bowly s wharf. _ qgt-tf
WESTERN ADAMANTINE CANDLES of the
I>l l)est braads, for saleliy GRANT A BRO ,61 Exchange
s2t tl
YORK ST. FLAX SPINNING CO., BELFAST.
Linen goods of this well known seal forsale hy Balti
more agents, ROBERT 1). BROWN k CO., IS Hanover
ja 15-tf
BARBELS PURE " CHERRY I!HANDY'.
,V Vei .'Y tiufe for sale by WM. SHRIVER A CO., Nos 47
Clmapside and 47JJal vert street. nStFtf
Of) BA 1(1 ILLS 11 A VAN A N GES,~IS
r" 1 l !"', r , re J? G'hesnuts, 2110 boxes Layer Raisins, 300 half
IB.X.'S M. Ja. Kaisins, lOOquarttM- boxes do., 2 box-s Lemons,
bags Ivnsa Almonds, forsale by JAM KS SL()A\. .\o 91
Lombard street. jalft-tf
0 /-v DUDS. KLNTDCK V TOIiACCU, for sale
AufJ by WARWICK, FRIC'K Ac RAIsL, No. fio South
Street. oc2o-tf
q() CASES PRIME OHIO SEED LEAF, of
frf re . Pv. e lay o ,' and texture, for sale hy GUNTHEK A RO
IF.U Ai.D, 90 Lomliard street, one door west of Exchange
" ace - dl7tt
/y(l BBLS. SUPERIOR EXTRA and FAMILY
wmVppreo.?' ~ ,. U 9l' t ' l . s t'loverseed, for sale hy JAMES
> HI I EHmP, 6 Sugars wharf. fel.S-tf
/a!) CASES BEST ENGLISH CAST STEEL"
fff.inac'jiliery and tunnelling purpose, hy DUGAN i
J L.N Kl Na, 21 South Charles street. o9
YK TRUSSES CANDLE WICKING, put up
1 iu paper and without paper, for shipping. For sale at
Manufacturers'prices by NORiUS A BALDWIN,
fes-ht 19 German street.
JK IIHDS. PRIME BACON SIDES for sale by
/ fey SMITH ,v Nil'i IDEM US. ja26-tf
rf F. TCS. CHOICE FAMILY HAMS. Stagg
I, , '"•'"'bforsalein lntstosu t purchasers, hy GUNTHER
s in iDF.W AI.D, 90 J .urn haul street, I door west of Exchange
atre ; dl7-tf
Jfin HIHIS. I'RIME BACON SHOULDERS—
A \J V/ li*l do do. do. Sides, part Western smoked, for sale
by c. CASSARD t SON, 487 and 41>9 W. Baltimore st fell tf
11)11 BAGS PIMENTO, for safe by JAS.
1 \J v/ CORNER a SO>S. d2B-tf
10AI HHDS - HEAVY SHIPPING LEAP;
l V/\/ Also,Sunhltds. Mason county Loaf Tobacco, of
' lu:, kcr.s and Cutters; for sale by
GLNfHER a KuDKWALD, 90 Lombard street, one door
wot .i Lxch.tiic; ,ji7 tf
inO SACKS of PULVERISED COALS, for
Av/U Rectify for sale by R. KRAUB A CO., No
1J( li. a|sitl-, onr <l.t,r M.Htii of I.nml.ard .-net. nl-'Mf
10/ C bbls. Ist Middlings Floor for sale by JullX
S. lI.LIAMS & 13Rt., 62 Commerce street
d 29-1 vr
1 /7() EMPTY BBLS. FUR SAITETY DUGAN
J <j V/ A JENKINS, 21 S. Charles street i,9
Q(\{\ BGXI'.S TACKS, ALSO 5(iD small fuses
(r'.VG of same, packeil for shipment, by DUGAN A JFiN
KINh, 21 South Charles street. ' o9
QfiO P ieces PLAIK HAMS for sale by SMITH
GUUi NICODEMUS.
QOO LAYER RAISINS; 200 M. R.
*- " V do '' 200 J* l>°xes do.; 200boxes do.; 20 lings Ivica
Almonds; 5 cases Prunes; 5 cases Figs; 100 Igixes prime
Geinons, for sale low, hy JAMES SLOAN, No. 91 Lombard
<l23-if
Qfifi BBLS. FINE OLD RYE & BOURBON
GvU Whiskey, including 25 libls. MounCun Ilye; all
warranted pure, fur sale by GUNTHER A RODEWALb, St)
Lombard street, one door west of Exchange Place. dl7-tf
9fif 1 BOXES ORANGES, prime order; 100 do.
"Lemons: SOU pkgs. Raisins; 1,000 drums and boxes
Figs, just received and for sale hy JAS. SLOAN,9I Lombard
street. felO-tf
QQA HHDS. N. O. SUGAR just landed and
for sale by GEORGE L. HARRISON, 6 O'Donnell's
felj-tf
ROO SACKS FIAE LIVERPOOL SALT.—
yJVJvJ Just landed and in prime order, for sale in lots to
suit from store by T. JIAI.COM A CO., Bowly's wharf
fes 6t s A
1 Jill A BOXES ORANGES, O and 00, for
Xy/YJ Vr sale hy F'.DWD.L I'AI.MKK.4 Bowly's wt. fi-17 tf
1 AAA EXTRA SUGAR CURED HAMS—
-I*ooo Cured expressly for family use, for sale hv
G. CASS Altl) A SON, 407 and 409 W. Baltimore st fe9-lf
9 AAA SMALL PLAIN CURED BACON
yJyJyJ Hams, suitable fur shippers, for sale bv G
' ARD k SON, ftU7 and4o9 W. Bftltinuufest feO-tf
A AAA EXTRA QUALITY MANILLA
V/V/CIGARS; IC.imm) fine <lo. do. do.: 19, mm penuiue
do. do. Cheroots; in .store and for sale by RICHARDSON A
CO., No 67 Exchange Place. dl6-tf
lAA A A I " I ' I KSTI ' 7 11 ' Ei: A, II KG ALI A,
0 -t 7 Rl > E ¥, cu!Aß S, ft"' sale cheap for
cash, hy 11108. .N. \\ ELB, s. F,. corner of Garden and Maili
son streets. j-.t:; ,f
OA AAA El! ' s - BULK SHOULDERS, drv
CXW.yyYJ saltedLin prime condition, just received and
for sale by MM. <. KA N(■ 1-. &(. 0., 3 Exeharigc t'lac,-. f.-hnq
QA AAA F EET OF bAS AND WATER
9V , V v '.Vl ,| f& fro" 1 ' to 2K inches diameter, for
sale low by DUGAN A JENKINS, No. 21 South Charles
street. Bait. jyin-tf
E\i I (IIVA M' - Bulk Shoulders iu store and for
tj\ 7 I\/\I sale by SMITH A NICODEMUS, Baltimore
Bt ? e .t jahtf
7AAA I,)S - 15l; ' k Sults in s,on ' a "d for sale
I U.UUI/by SMITH A NICODEMUS, Baltimore
""ct _ _ ial tf
PACA MILLS.
GEO.W. WAIT A SON, I'roprietors,
WAREHOUSE 72 SOUTH STKEET,
Have now ready fresh stocks of their goods, in every va
-1 lety of package, including
MUSTARD, m wood, tin and glass;
PURE GROUND SLICES, all kinds, in wocd, tin and
TAlfl. K SALT, in hairs and lxixes;
RICK FLOUR, CCURIE, Ac., Ac.;
ALSO,
300 bags PEPPER:
200 " PIMENTO;
1,000 mats CASSIA;
3,000 lbs. NUTMEGS;
1,000 11)?. MACE;
GINGER in hags and barrels; AFRICAN
JLIKI 1 JLI rLKS, etc.
Agents also for the sale of Preston's Boston CHOCOLATES
and COCOA PREPARATIONS, at the lowest ratW jyllMf
F" ANS. ———— - •-
Beautiful Evening Fans received by steamer Europa
now opeuingby SAML. KIKK A SON,
f p 2-tf 172 Haiti more street.
WINDOW SASHES, BLINDS and DOORS,
WINDOW and DOOR FRAMES, of all the usual sizes
of our own manufacture, ready made and for sale by
GEO. O. STEVENS & CO.,
fel4-tf 47 W. Pratt street near Gay.
STICKNEY k CO.,
PEALBRB lit
NAILS, COAL AND IRON,
No. 57 Exchange Place, up stairs. fe 22 tf
iffiirtfs, fiqmits, it.
"DE'CORMIS * ROGERS,'""" !
btefcgEiJ IMPORTERS AND
i GINs/ H ° I ' ESALE UEALEKS IX
ENGLISH AND WHISKEY 3'
nir24-tf No. 4 Comment street, Bait.
J j F. GETTY,
EyyFj DEALER IN FOREIGN
„ AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
b. E. CORNER CALVERT AND LOMBARD STREETS,
In V BR and} ES* t0 his carcfu,ly 3eloctrd stock o f alt,mu ' c '
WINES,
GIN,
RUM ETC
with the assurance fJom him that every article' shall'prove
Bu<tortatfoil ' P " CeS " a triile above tlie c st of
DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
Of all grades, constantly on hand. jal2-tf
A'.' 3 3 WHOLESALE
LIQUOR WAREHOUSE.
e*sSßsai CLABAUGII <v GRAFF,
J8 SOUTH STREET, opposite Exchange I'lae.-, Baltimore,
DISTILLERS OF DOMESTIC I.IqLORS,
And Dealers tn
FOREIGN LIQUORS,
/' .f.n.-.WY' 40 "'P attention of purchaser! to a general stock
' ,P! fV.Pt'cticnltirly choice I>Ll> liVE WIuSKE V lm
ltation COGNAC BRANDY, of several varieties, and
. SWEET MALAGA WINE,
scarcely inferior to the imported article, all of which are war
ranted to give satisfaction. jaS tf
f\y' T;*\ I'HAULIC,S 11. RONS & CoT,
1 ittTTlit IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
-*Sba£, LIQUORS, WINKS AC ,
.NO. i) COMMERCE STREET,
houres, S storcand United States Bonded Ware-
COGNAC BRANDIES
„.. „ Dtard, Hennessey Ac.
ROCHE 1,1,1, E BRAN DIES,
Seignetu.*, Pellevoisin, Ac.
„ HOLLAND GIN,
G rape, Imperial Eagle, Ac.
Champagne, A Malaga, Ac.
Special attention is tcd ,^ s .eir'large stock of
SHte'i'h? a n?raJ > T e ? Cel i ::d ''-V any K l.ouso in the United
Piire'U^Rye, ne ,cr " r Monongahela, Jaek-
Also, Imitation Sweet
.... . , ~ MALAGA WINE
States 0 can excelled by any l,ouso in the United
DOMESTIC BRANDY, GIN
PURE SPIRITS, RECTIFIED WHISKEY,!
... GINGER, i.AYEYDER AND
All M ILD CHERRY BRANDY.
All guaranteed to give satisfaction, or will be taken back
jeS-tf
CHAS. McOOLGAN & BUG.,
FSSSMSSI NEAR GAY.
v offer for sale all of the most approved
brands ot Isith Foreign and Domestic LIQUORS, which thev
are prepared to sell on tlie most reasonable terms Thev
enumerate in part. viz:: BRA NDIES, of different brands, in
public Stores; Hill. I.AND GIN; Port, Sherry, Madeira anil
Malaga WINES: JAMAICA SPIKlfs. of superior qSaHtv'
Irish Scotch, an, Pure Old Rye WHISKEYS, of finequalift'
invo i l ,'"' "N.'-M-MELL, Ac . Ac.; all of which the public are
111! itcil to call anil examine for themselves. dl If
n\ HJA.S. 11AZLITT & CO.,
IMPI IRTERS AND DEAI.ERS
IN WENES, BRANDIES AND LIQUORS,
J.i Ati SOUTH GAV STKKET. BAI.TIMOUE,
A large and superior stock of PURE RYE WHISKEYS
from tie- mosraa h bratcd Distillers. mrl7-tf
sY}'3\ R - KIIA Uis A cU„
t&fcssj ra v IMPORTERS AN'D
DEALERS IN LIQUORS AND WINKS,
xr „ PRODUCE AND CIGARS,
no r ' GHEAPgIDB, ONK DOOB SOUTH Of LOMBARD ST ,
Oner r.r *a!e an extensive assortment of Pure Cognac it ran
dies, various vintages: Whiskeys I Rye, superior Scotch.
Old Bourbon, Monongahela; Holland Gin, of different brands'
Domestic Brandy; Gin, Pure Spirits, Rectified Whiskey and
whet', r a e' y i,i ww< to , m!ld ,i Hitters, a superior article, of
which we are sole agents for tlie State of Maryland Cigars
imported and domestic; all guaranteed to give satisfaction
_ociy.tr No. I.N CHEAPSIDE.
fra ' , . LAURENCE Tilt (M,SEX & (.'(1.7
yjgHIgEXCHA.N'GE OF COMMERCE
. ~ IMPORTERS OF
ntr r i bran DIES, WINES, SUGARS, Ac.,
Off-r for sale an extensive assor'ment of
T „ BRANDIES:
J. Hennessy: Otard, Duiuiy A Co.; Jean Louis, 1SI1; Supe
rior old Cognac; Jules Robin A Co.; Sei"nette* lolin
bouses Co ~° f Vllri " us Krades. All iu U. S. flooded Ware
, WINES:
\l3 ,','. rrV it- ad '' ira ' , T>ort >. . Sici, , v ' I'islmn, Burgundy and
~,71,7 111 ea9k9 .' Also,Cbamjiage, Claret and Hock
dials VCry cll01ue; Luracao and Maraschino Cor-
HOLLAND GIN, of Bicker's "Grape" brand—of highly
!lnd'ind i ql u y 'ii E ','" do 'i Brown stout and Porter; Scotch
and India Ale. Bordeaux and Marseilles Sweet Oil, Sar-
Sr C i V vOT'kw'li. "lives, Capers, Ac., Ac.
r., ana SEGAKS constantly receiving from a number
?L^l?*L ! P ost <'fleln-at> I nmnnfactureis. A jeßo-tf
fi.V H A CAR 17.
v^l^^fci>iF^.I iJ h . P PPrH r ) K , )SC ' of (losn - a more general CASH
77 ™ f .. } I made airangements to set Imy
stock of Goods for Cash, at the lowest remunerating prices.
This arrangement will be extended to all family accounts
a P d ~annar y. A liberal allow
ance will be made to wholesale purchasers for cash. 1 oU'er
for sale in bond and in store,
OLD COGNAC liRANDY, 15years old.
OLD SCOTCH, IRISH, AND RYE WHISKEY,
MADEIRA WiN>is!*i A ,NA El ISO\\"^sKRVQA l!
SHERRIES,
TOPAZ, III.D POM ARE. and other branils
FINE OLI, PORT CHAMPAGnHI (my
with RED EACH, GOLD EACH, ASSOCIATE
, , , VERZENEY,
t> r am\ other good brands.
' ELEBRATED HOCK WIVF.S
SI EI.TON, G'LOSTKR, I'A RMESAN AND AMERICAN
I -°V D jaa 'A, and other COFFEES. TEAS of all
kinds and best quality.
, 'i l< . K Yt I1 I ! pras T MUSHROOMS, TRUFFLES, MEATS,
and SOLI a, hermetically sealed; PATIO 1)E FOl OKAS
small size. '
~.A . l , a x > POKEIRN and DOMESTIC COR
DIALS, and tine GROCERIES of every descriptions, for sale
''-V _ GEO. HOLLINS,
~ UN. Charles stroet,
myistf cormrof Fayette.
JrtIoNIAS SHIELDS, p. j. koCHeY
/gg|¥Sv SHIELDS & ROCHE,
IMPORTERS OF
SSBgaii WINES AND BRANDIES,
And dealers in all kinds of DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
.111. 145 North Howard slrtrl,Hulliawn, Md.
, A '"iyi °n hand, a large stock of superior Old RYE Wills
iU-l aul7tr_
f,' ' ' *\ JOHN 11. O'DONOVAX.'JK.'
rt, IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
FOREIGN AND
DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
lT r , No. 33 CHEARSIDE,
, c a tal *e stock of OLD KYK AND BOI'RRON
AN H IM\ K\ >. part very old and superior, tine old Seotch
>N bi.>k.-\ ; t ognac and Kochelle Bramlies, of various grades,
in bond and duty paid: fine Holland Gin: Jamaica Spirits"
J ort. Sherry, .and Madeira Wines, of medium and fine quali
ties, ny tlie cask or ileinijohns, and every variety of Domestic
l.iquors. as U hiskey, Brandy, Gin, Wine, CorJials, Ac.; for
s.ue at fair market prices, and |>on reasMiabie term?. 013-t
7 773 CHOICE WINES, BRANDIES, &o.
AUTOT for VINEYARD PROPAIETORS 3
„ IN FRANCE,
f, i l . v . e xJ? t IV-e< 1 and offer for sale very superior Ct 40NAC
BKANDfES, vintage "f tsll. Charron P.re et fils Brand;
Kinile Belmont A Go., Cognac Brandies, various vintages;
Boideanx Claret U ines from low it. finest grades; Burgun
d,v i\ ines, froiu medium to very la-st grades produced in
France: superior \\ l llt ,. Win,-.-,: fhainnngiic Wine, various
brands; HOLLAND GIN and SCOTCH \V ItISKEYSof iiriiuc
qualities. 1
The above will be sold in a United States Bonded Ware
house or duty paul.
Also, Oil consigninent, 1(1 bhls. very old and prime Monon
trahela Rye \\ Inskeys; lu bbls. very old copper distilled
B"i";l""i biskeys; 2UO bbls. fine nu diiiiu grades Bourlion
and Rye II hlskev s, t„ which we invite tile attention of tli.ee
ill want ot pure liquors, office No. Ril LOMBARD STREET
adoors east „f Hannv-r. aps tf
WINES, BRANDIES, RUMS,
P TIFRN 4^C "
iier tor sale the following articles, of their own importation,
particularly for fauiilv use:
SHERRY WlNES—Pemartino's finest pale, gold and
brown Sherries, in wo,l and in glass.
PORT \\ 1X ES—Saiuleman's competition reil and white
Port, In wood and m glass.
MADEIRA \\ i.VFI—John Howard March's fine Madeira, in
woiml and in glass; also, Graje Juice.
Hot'K WlNKS—Jabanuesbt rger, Steiriberger, Marcohrun
nCz7. r.'.V? 1 / 1, Lieb-frau-inilcli, Bronneberg, of lstfi.
LJI A.MI A(\ h WINES—Moot and Chandon's finest, in
quarts and pints.
BRA N DlLS—Otanl and Hennessy's fine old pale and dark
B rami it's.
K V V S T° ld and Jamaica. Antigua, Grenada, andTrom
thelslands : imporUil direct from London.
HOLLA ND GIN- The best quality—Tiernan brand—and
no mixture of anun'itic poison in it
2hi half chests of the finot Sol'l'ilONfi TF,A. ar>3-tf
ffgul ifioltfts,
spills IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT THE SUR-
X scrilier has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Balti
"'V,^v PI ,VLi etterßofadminist, ' !ltion the estate of JACOB
LAKN Kll, late of the said city, deceased. All persons hav
mg claims against the said deceased are hereby warned to
exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscri
ber oil or before the third day of August next: thev may
otherwise, by law, le excluded from all benefit of said estate.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make ini
mediate payment. Liven under my hand this first day of
February, 185 U. HENRY D. LONEY, Administrator,
fe2-law4t* 3] Lexington street
HHHIS IS TO <H\ E NOTICEr, That the subscri-
X lxr has obtained from the Orphan's Court of Baltimore
l , ly rw,HT s . b stamcntary on the tersonal estate of JOHN
Mel HKR>O.N, lab? of said city, deceased. All persons hav
lug claims against the said deceased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
on or before the Ist day of September next; thev may other
wise, by law, be excluded from all lienefit of said estate. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment Given under my hand this 29th day of Jan
uary, 1859. JOHN T. MORRIS, Executor,
fe.'Maw4w 22 . Charles street.
r ]P 11 IS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT THE SEE-
X scrilier has obtained from the Orphans' Court of la:ti
niore city, letters of administration, on the estate of AARI >X
JACKS( N, deceased. All persons having claims against tile
said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, to the subscrilier, on or before the
day of July, 1859; they may otherwise by law be excluded
from all ltenefitof the said estate. All persons indebted to
said estate are hereby requested to make immediate payment.
Given under my baud this 21th dav of January, 1859
FREDERICK W. BKI'NK, JR.,
__ja2B lawt;v _____ Administrator.
THIS IS TO GIVENOTICE THAT THE sen
scrilx-r has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Balti-
D r£?r,iV l ni 'V i- strat > ° n the jiersoual estate
of THOMAS E. Ml RDOCII, late of said city, deceasinl. All
persons having claims against the said deceased, are hereby
warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof,
to the subscriber, or to Win. Pinkney Whyte, his At
torney, No. 1 Court]and street, Baltimore, on or liefore the
20th dav of August next; they uiay otherwise, by law, lie
excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons indebted
to the said estate are requested to make immediate payment
to my Law Attorney, AN m. Pinkney N\ hyte. Given under
my hand this 18tii day of February, 1839.
no iv. 4 * 01STAVUS L. MURDOCH,
fe!9-law4w Administrator.
HPHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT THE
X subscribei-s have obtained from the Orphans' Court of
,i\ i! 1 vV ld i> , lt ; v ' testamentary on the estate of RICH
AKI) J >RKIS, deceased. AII persons having claims against
the said decased are hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, on or before the
-Ju nay of August 1859; they inayotherwi.se by law be
excluded from all benefit of the said estate. All persons in
debted to said estate are hereby requested to make immedi
ate payment. Given under our hands this 18th dav of Feb
ruary, 1859. GEORGE S. XORRIS,
, , , RICHARD NORRIS, Jr.,
felfelawjw _ _ Executors.
TN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR BALTt-
X'fIMORE ClTY.—Ordered, this twenty-ninth day of Janu
ary, 1859, upon the petition of EDWARD OTIS HTNKI.KY,
surviving Executor of Leonard Jarvis, l.y the Orplians'
Court of Baltimore city, that the appointment of tlie seventh
day of March next, in the Court room of the said Court,
winch has lieen made by said Executor, for a mo-ting of per
sons entitled to distributive shares, legacies, or parts of tlie
residue of the personal estate of said Jarvis, in order that
payment and distribution thereof may be made at such
meeting under tlie Court's direction and control, lie, and the
same is hereby approved.
And it is further ordered, that said Executor do give no
tice or said meeting h.v publication of this order in two of tire
daily newspapers published in the city of Baltimore, once a
week for four successive weeks before the day of said
meeting.
(Signed,) E. 1). KEMP,
SAUL. C. SPICER.
CIIAS. G. GRIFFITH.
True copy—Test—lSA AC P. COOK,
fel4aw4w Register of Wilte for Ball imore city.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PT.KAS
Ordered on this 14th day of Fehuraiy, 1859, that the
sale made and reported by J.utlKr M. Reynolds, as Trus
t**e f I"I.ORGK BA\ KR, Im: ami tli-* same is lierchy ratifi-<l
anil confirmed; unless cause to the contrary thereof'be shown
on or before the 9th day of March next; provided a copv of
this order be published once in ••aeli week before that dav
WILLIAM L. MARSHALIj.
Truecopy—Test—WlLLlAM J. HAM ILL,
fe!s-law3w < l. rk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.—THE CREDITORS
of HENRY IIEILBRF.V are hereby notified that by
deed dated the Bth day of February, 1859, and duly recorded
in the office of the Clerk of thcSui>erior Court, he conveyed
to the subscritier in trust f>r bis creditors all his est ite; one
of the provisions of said deed gives priority to the creditors
not particularly preferred, who will execute and deliver to
the subscriber, within sixty days from the date of said deed,
a release of all claims which they had against Heilbrun on
the day last aforesaid.
fel.V3aw2w* MOSES COHEN, Trustee.
XTOTICE TO CREDITORS.— IN THE SU
IV PERIDR COURT (IF' BALTIMORE CITY, IN THE
MATTER OF BALL, CRISS ,t ('O.MPANY.-Onleied liv the
Court this Ist day ofEehruary, 1859, that the Trustee, Ross
Campbell, give noflee by advertisement to lie inserted in
two of the daily papers of Baltimore city, three times a wet-k
for one month, to creditors of Ball, Criss v Company, to file
their claims, duly proved, with the Clerk of tiiis Court, on
or before the Ist day of April, 1859.
Z. COLLINS LEE.
True copy—test—GEO. E. SANGSTON, Clerk.
C CREDITORS WILL~AKE NOTICE THAT
J Schedule No. 2 provides for the preference of all debts,
claims and demands which were originated for the accommo
dation of Ball, Criss & Company, whether for borrowed mo
ney or on notes, endorsements, acceptances or drafts loaned
to them or discounted for their use. And parties claiming
such preference must furnish proof that their claims aie
within the preference. ROSS CAMPBELL,
fe3-eolm Trustee.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AP
plication will be made to the Mayor and City Coated of
Baltimore at their next iesßion, to widen Hof&nari stre't from
ROM to ChkUworth d24-law9v*
£fc*lpf.
FUR LIVERPOOL.
jraa The fine A 1 British bark "LADY FRANKLIN"
Captain Garnett, now* loading at Commercial wharf, being
of small capacity will hare quick dispatch for the above
port. lor freight or passage apply to
JAS. CORNER i SONS, OR to
, JO ~ FOARD A ROGERS,
_ A' 16 Bowly's wharf.S |
FOR HALIFAX, NOV A SCOTIX.
LLij'.Ja The fine brig "MAIL! MORTON'." Davison, master,
.for the above port, and will have quick dis
patch. For freight or passage apply to
HESLEX k ROGERS,
A • . corner Pratt and Gay streets.
£& FOR HALIFAX, N. S.
3W. '-MERCHANTS'' LI.VE"
Hie clipper packet brig "MARY MORTON," CaDt Davi
?<Z r" nK - :m '' W i" have 1 mmtxliute dispa teh.
apply on' boirdat'cowly's wharf. ,!r'"tn''' acco,nu '°< lati <>n3,
CURRY, NEPHEW & CO.,
Vf The "MARY MORTON" will 'nSet
between Baltimore and Halifax. regular jacket
agk ~ F °R , VALPARAISO.—WANTED A
* i^ ! p r} a 'P a U aHO to carry a full cargo of Luml>er
Apply to |fr2l-tri _ .1011 N 11E\ 1 > ERSIIX aI I
FOR CALLAO, (via NKW YORK.)—
jSLvilvTThe fine A 1 clipper ship ".MONSOON, 1 ' Baker, mas
ter will be ready to receive cargo in a few days. Will take
what freight may offer here, and have prompt dispatch for
l\ew \ ork. where a large portion of her cargo is already en
gaged. ror freight or passage apply to
W.RHOADS b SON,
lelltt corner Smith's wharf ami l'ratt st.
FURliuXti KO.NU AM) SHANGHAI,
I NION LINK CHINA PACKETS.—CLIPPER I'oß
A 5' A I extreme clipper ship "PAM
•m i * " S°ggns, commander, now lying at Pier 7, E. K ,
will lie ready for freight in a few days, and having throe
fourths of her cargo engaged, will have quick dispatch. For
ireight or passage, having fine accommodations, apply to
. „ W.KfJOADS & Siix,
( ornerSmith's wharfand l'rarr >trc.-t.
~ " FOR BREMEN.
The Bremen ship "BREMERHAVEX," Uilken,
master, will have quick despatch for the above port.
For for freight <r passage apply to the Captain on board,
at Henderson s wharf, or to
. „ r F. L. BRAUNS, k CO.,
J ;ur - tf Cor. Lombard street and Clieapside.
SAN FRANCISCO.—C OLEM AN' S
SSsSLINE.—CLIPPER OK SATURDAY, March 12th
I he A 1 Clipper ship "DAVID CROCK KTT," Spencer, com
mander, will sail from New York on or before the 12th nrox
For freight apply to PENDERGAST BROS.,
felil-tf 77 Smith's wharf, (up stairs )
FOR NEW YORK.
The fine sclir. "BLOOM FIELD," Murpliy, master
is now loading and can take the bulk of 300 bbls. if offered
at once for freight. Apply to W. UIIOADS A SON,
felil-tf comer Smith's wharf and Pratt st.
R? R FOR S. C.
SfeHE THE MERCHANTS'LINE —TOSAII, WEEKLY
The well-known packet bark "NASHUA," A. A. Lewis, mas
ter, having a large portion of her cargo engaged ami going
on board, will sail with dispatch. For freight or passage
apply to
CHARLES PENDERGAST,
*-3- ,ii v •, , Smith's wharf,
goods sent to my address will be forwarded free of couimis
-81011. (J p
B.—Shippers by this Line will please send duplicate re
ceipts with each lot of goods.
—-L- P* RLSSKL, Esq., Agent in Charleston. felß-tf
" FOR NEW ORLEANS.
SaSfepiSPATCH LINE —LOADS IT TOWN' —The fine
fast sailing sclir. "R. W. TULL," Townsend, master, is now
loading lor the above port, ami having a large portion of her
cargo engaged, will have quick dispatch. For freight or pas
sage apply to HESLEX k ROGERS,
fel9-tl N W. corner I'latt and Gay -t<.
FOR NEW (IRLEANS*—HENDERSII.VS
SALINE.—POSITIVELY THE FIRST VESSEL TO
£ M', V. 'ISI' A TCII. —The fine fast sailing A I ship
JAME* CHhSION," Cant. C. Bryan, will sail withdis
patch for the above port in ballast, taking what freight may
oiler at low rates. Apply to
, % .JOHN HENDERSON A CO.,
I' IT-tf corner Pratt and : >iiiiiui,*rcv ,-tiv.-t-.
~ FOR WA SI 11X Of ON, NTC?
Ihe schr. "('H AS. T. FORI), 1 ' James Fountain, mas
ter. lor freight apply to W. R||o\is & SON,
feW 5 corner Smith's wharf and Pratt st
FOR PORTLAND*
mSSS&h A first class vessel will be readv in a few days to re
ceive freight for Portland. Apply to
, IR #R ci MY, NEPHEW & co.,
fels-tf 57 W. Pratt street.
FOR MOBILE, ALA.
The fine fast sailing bark "EDMUND DWIGHT,"
James XicKer9on. master, is now loading for the above port,
and having most of her cargo engaged will have quick dis
patch. I- or I rcight or passage appl vto
. .. x . lIKSLK.V & ROGERS,
fcia-tf N. 55 . corner Pratt and Gay sts.
NEW ORLEANS
LINE OP
P\CK FTB
Ship JANE HENDERSON, Captain Know IM.
" EDWARD EVERETT, " Gunby
" HELEN A. MILLER, Gah
" CHAItLES, " Ruark.
These vessels are all of a superior class, and insure at the
lowest figure. 1 liey sail regularly as advertised and are com
manded by Captains well experienced ill the trade. The ca
pacity, too, of the above vessels ill such as will afford great
rac ility to shippers. For freight, cabin or steerage passage,
a Pl>ly to Jul IN HEN I>KRS( >N A C(>.,
lir ....vrtAsr . , NO. 61 PRltt Street.
GEO. W. H5 NSON A to.. Agents, New Orleans, will for
ward with promptness and dispatcii ail goods consigned to
tln-ir ad.lt. -- dl 3 ti
FOR JACKSONA ILLE, FLORIDA.
■^SKr^Thcline schr. "CHARLES A.CAKSTAIRS," Souiers,
master, is now loading for tint above port, and will have
quick dispatch. For balance of freight or passage api.lv to
. HESLEX k ROGERS,
ja-25-tr N. V. corner Pratt and Gay streets.
J2& FOR RICHMOND DIRECT.—TO SAIL
t i i S A , I' Y —Tlie sclir. "REFORM," Captain
lodd. Ihe schooner is now loading, anil will sail as above
1' or terms of freight apply to
, TRAVERS & MITCHELL,
' emf N.x 2 Spear7- wharf.
Jtjj* FOR RICHMOND DIRECT.—TO SAIL
ktnTMijON Tl ESDA V.—The schr. "JOHN ALEXANDER,"
Ui.pt. Suvis. The schooner is now loading and will sail as
above. For terms of freight applv to
.... TRA VERS & MITCIIELL.
" No. 2 -Siiear's wharf.
FOR BOSTON.
The line fa t sailing schooner "SKARSVILLE," It.
P. Sears, master, is now loading footof South street, and wili
have dispatch. For freight applv t<
W. RIIOADS A SON,
fea-tf corner Smith's wharf and Pratt st.
-MASON'S KKGITLAH WEEKLY LINE
se¥4sgf PACKETS e.ir WILMINGTON —The A i clip
per schooner "I \ 111 S,' Stokley, master, now re
ceiving freight fur the above place, will sail with dispatch
DI'NNOCK ,V WFATHERLY,
„ , ~ ~ No. 117 Smith's wharf.
Goods sent to our address will be forwarded free of com
mission, and all charges thereon promptly paid.
I!Shippers will please send duplicate receipts, and ad
dress to MASON'S LINE.
Messrs. RUSSELL A ISKo., Agents in Wilmington fel7 tf
J&A MASON'S OLD LINK OF PACKETS)
SBETWEEN BALTIMORE AND WILMINGTON,
N. L.
The undersigned having taken charge of the at>ove line of
packets, U-g u* inform the shipping rnimuuiiity that thev
will hereafter disjinteh EVERY XVIOI >N KS DAY, one of the
following first-class vessels, from Smith's wharf:
Schr. LOUISIANA dipt. Mitchell.
.Sclir. I'LoKIDA dipt. Tall
f< '' lir ' T.. 1 . ,Wi'l'.ltEl.l (.'apt. Hubbard.
Seiir. KEINDKKIt ..'apt. Stevenson.
Sclir. NONTII CAROLINA dipt. itfeGti.ro
DUX.NOUIy a WFATHERLY;
RUSSELL & BRO., Agents in tlVilimnjUoiq'N'. d','".v*ill
promptly forward g.sls eui.sigued to their care.
Goods sent to our address will he forwarded free of com
mission and all charges thereon promptly paid.
„ . . DUN.NOCK A WFATHERLY.
Having resigned the above line in favor of our friends
Messrs. DUN V M K A WKATHERLY, who are pr* parol
with their own vessels toearry it on according to the alove
desirable arrangement, we solicit for them from the shippers
that liberal support which their energy and enterprise de
serve. ja'd-tf MASO.NBBOS
jot Safe, freight or cCbartcr:
J&& FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.—The
schooner "K. C. JOHNSON," Sutton, master,
2,40U bbls. capacity, and in fine order for anv voyage Annlv
to JOHN HENDERSON AGO.,
feW-tf corner Pratt and Commerce streets.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
kFr.vA—The tine I, rig "KI.IZABKTII WATTS," Thoinpaon,
master, 2,500 bbls. capacity, in g<Hd order for anv vovage
Apply to JOHN HENDERSON A CO.*
felg o corner Pratt and Commerce streets.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
The A 1 clipper brig "11. A. CAMPBELL," burthen
2.IKM) bbls ,is now in complete order for anv vovage 1 .r
terms apply to Dl NNOCK i WE til IK IU.Y,
fes-tf 117 Smith's wharf.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
missik3 Hie new clipper hark WARRIOR, Beauchuiup,
master; burthen 3,uuo bbls.
HANNAH, Creighton, master; burthen
2,:>(X) bbls. >or terms applv* to
ti2P-tf . No. 2 Spear's wharf.
WANTED TO CHARTER.—A GOOD
nlSSmvessel ufabout 150 to 175 tons, light draft of water,
for a voyage to the West Indies out and home. Apply to
, , LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fel'tf R 58 Buchanan's wharf.
FOR SALE, FUEIGHT OR CHARTER.
miumxi The schooner SEAMAN, built in Maryland in 1854,
is 99 tons, 77 feet OL deck, 22 feet Irani, feet hold, copper
fastened, tree-nailed, carries 900 bbls. or 5,00P bushels grain,
draws feet water loaded. She is in good order for any
voyage. 5\ ill be sold on reasonable terras on application to
_ , . W. RIIOADS b SON,
_ sa-tf Cor. Smith's wharf and Pratt streets.
WANTED.—A "VESSEL TO LOAD
nSefor London. Good rates an tl disjatch given.
Apply to JOHN HENDERSON A CO.,
fell-tf corner Pratt and Commerce streets.
WANTED.—VESSEL of 200 tons to
■lmSload Coal fr Savannah. Immediate despatch given.
AYPL.v toT. IT. BEF.T, JR., Union dock. felT-tf
WANTED.—TWO VESSELS TO LOAD
%2iJjfc!fiSoutli with Naval Sbires for Northern ports. Fair
freights and quick dispatch given. Apply to
W. RHOADS & SON,
I-'-. corner Smith's wharf and Pratt street.
. WANTED—A VESSEL, 400 to 800 tons,
to luiul fur Boston, l-'air freight and Tgood despatch
given. Apply to W. ItHOADS & SONS,
ja22-tf Uor. Smith's tvbarf and l'ratt street.
VESSELS WANTED FOR
HAVANA.
The undersigned are constantly in want of vessels to load
to and from Havana and ilantanzax.
MORRELL & RANDALL,
fe2s-tf 58 Exchange Place.
£& TO WEST INDIA AND SOUTH
AMERICAN SHIPPERS.—Brandy wine Superfine
Flour, packed in bbls. or half bbls., supplied at short notice,
in shipping order, by JOHN S. PRICE,
JM ORRIS WAM PLER,
.V. CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER.
MECHANICAI. DBAWINGS.
HALTIMORE PATENT AGENCY
DESIGNS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND CONTRACTS
For Cottages and other buildings.
FA RMS, LOTS AXJJ CEME TERJES
SURVEYED, LAID OFF, AND MAPPED.
OFFICE X. E. COR. BALTIMORE AND GAY STREETS,
(Up stairs.)
_ REFERENCES.
Prof. A. D. Bache, Su. U. C. S. Thos. Winans, Esq.,
J. 11. B. lsHtrolio, Esq., Win. G. Harrison, Esq.*
J. C. Neilson, Esq.. Arch't John S. Brown, Esq.,
Gov. J. J. Stevens, Dr. R. S. Stewart,
Gen. Geo. H. Steuart, Dr. A. C. Robinson,
Robt. C. Wright, Esq., I Dr. J. G. 51 orris,
cll-tf
WELLS, FARGO & CO.,
KW YORK AND CALIFORNIA EXPRESS
AND EXCHANGE COMPANY.
A Joint Stock Company—Capital $f00,()00.
OFFICE—B2 BROADWAY, NEW YUKK
Boston oflice— San Fran, office— Phil, office—
-39 and 4U Court cor. .Montgomery 400 Chestnut st.
Square. i and California sts. f
Agents for P. C. Bambalier k Co., Island of .Cuba Ex- i
press.
EXPRESS to California, Sandwich Islands, Oregon and
South America.
sth ami liuth OF EACH MONTH —Express to Havana by
all regular steamers.
Goods mu.-t le aecumpauied by invoices.
EXCHANGES on California, Oregon, Sandwich Island
and Havana, in sums to suit.
Agents in Baltimore —
PENDERGAST BROS.,
NOTICE Tl) CALI KOUXIA BON D IUH.DKKS.'""*
55 rdJ;S, KAROO & CO., art* now prepared to receive the i
old Bonds of the State of California, transport the sam" to
Sacramento City, and procure new ones, in accordance with '
the Act of 28th of April, 1857, and return same t thiscitv. i
oclJ-eoly OFFICE— B2 BROADLY, N. Y.
PATENT ASPHALTED
ROOFING FELT.
A CHEAP, LIGHT, DURABLE,
PERFECTLY FIRE AND A 'WATER-PROOF ROOFING,
■r, FOR
„ . CHURCHES, HOUSES. FA KM BUILDINGS, AC.
ror further particulars and samples, apply to
C. H. MYERS b URO., Agents,
EL&L GENTLEMEN'S "
FBI FASHION A ALE BOOT AND SHOE
T fel „ ESTABLISHMENT,
- - v>o. 331 WEST BAI.TIMOKE STREET, SEAR Eutaw
Baltimore, Md.
in , v , ~ R- ROBERTS, Ag't.
All goods purchased at this establishment are of superior
workmanship, and tin- best material*. "s'jy
npo PURCHASERS OF
i, „ t,,-IX§J, a Rhrber shoes.
E. M. PI NDERSON A CO,
No. 2(8. 8A1.T151 ORE STREET,
Invite the attention of the trade and otliers to their ext< , n. ,i ive
stock of Sandals, .clippers, Gaiter Boots, Buskins, Long Boots
for Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys and Girls. Also Rubier C'lo
thing. .Machine Belting, Hose and Packing. d29-tf
PROTECTION AGAINST ROBBERS. ~
i 1 n , e o-refsSSG ber has ,let ' n appointed sole agent for the
sale of WRIGHT'S PATENT BURGLAR ALARMS, being
the most simple and most effectual remedy against Burglars
and Koom Thieves now in use. No traveler should be with
, FOR SAVANNAH.
"WHVk° C 0?T e ?,?l of iMJcident to steamship
port ami have immediate dispatch. For freight apply to
fe2l-tf T H ' l ' E '/L .
— ___ t nion dock.
<it.h Fim 'J A RLE sT U Nr;
Th through y.v' A'/Frr HOURS' llr '
The new and first-class steamship
FATAI'SCO.
Will leave Spear's wharf on
SATI KIIAY, February 26th,
every Sma'm^aiL,,
No freight received after 12 o'clock on the ,l-.v of ,
Steaiiler. " f U "" nB wiUsig,,e,J aft " departure of the
For freight or passage apply to
BA ifUEL T. PEARCE, Agent,
Agents in Cliarloston, JOHN IV. f' A LI) \\'l nil. Suv" 1
The "i'ot.ipseo" will leave Baltimore again on'the Hth of
relied on t, ii'.i.j
ilati lioads.
' \V I L M I N G TON AND
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
HJXTER ARRAXHF UR \ '/'
M.; EVENI'N,Vi^L a a t % A M " WAY 'AIL at 12
andTl, I 'V, 11 " U ' KUIIIA BALTIMORE at BA. M , 11>. M
clwk™. JL V u * l)l '' ( 'RACEaniI inter Hate placesut bo'-
FOR SEAFORD, DELAWARE.
1 assengt rs leaving Baltimore at 8.30 A. M„ connect at Wit
wStlf'hM A M 2 trahl M trai "' aml ' r ' lol '' FL from Baltimore
,^'^: E - A " colored persons, whether bond or free, will
•dh' ''-omen I" V'"""' 'espoasibli white person, person
hniolfv undersigned, who will lie willing to sign a
;.rt!on or tho"ro!;;i,' y ' UfU ' U wi " "e passed
. WM. CRAWFORD, Agent.
is,!
follows: November 2'Jth, ISM, the trains will run as
at l A e ' : i ) V l C M m, l ? " ! l Ulti r-', '^d'imorc—Mail (except Sunday!
TIIE Wl-'st' so/iTIItv t' 'V il , vm v" "M-rAud'ARTStW
, *; 1 ' i lIH K.> 1 AN 1) NORTH W|'<T TU- M iil
reaches Lumberlaml at 5,10 and Piedmont at 7 lti l' M in 1
through*!' """ m ° r " i " B - The
n . T, , FOK n ' A rFA SSEKOERS.
Between Baltimore and Piedmont take the 8.30 A M train
between Piedmont ami Wheeling, and between Grafton a I
Tll'pl'H , ynl'n,r ''-F.'.'-'; ''v M ,' ~ai" 'iHl'imme
ami fnim Freih'idek ato\M '' UV " BalUm " r '-' al "" P " >
THE ELI.IrOT'rs HILLS TRAIN leaves Baltimore at 6 "0
6 iti l l ' m' ' auil Klliootfs Mills at 750 A. M , and
i t'{>K WASIfrXOTON AXD THE SOUTH
Leave Baltimore at 4 .7o and S.THI A. M., and 2.70 and 530 P
M. On Sundays at 4.30 A. M. „i,ly. Leaves tVashii.gton ftir
Baltimore at 610 and 7.45 A. M , and 3.40 ami 4.35 P M in
WpbHs' I 'Kd.
rie/ivl'!" '. )f t ' vt -' r y kind, infl.rmation, Ac., apply to J T
ENGLAND, Agent, or at the Ticket Office, Camden Station
W. P. SMITH,
I- M. COLE, General Ticket jgSg Trans,mrtation.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
P ..„ Wt.STEK A UUAjXtiEMEX V
v"z IS Ve Ca,vel t Station, Baltimore, as fol-
FOR THE WEST.
A'm "nrri Jio',l Tt'li" lt -'. u V , ''' i (Sunday excepted) at 8.15
12 22 '' M " "reconnecting
... . t'irrsßVß<; AND THE WEST
Arnving "1 Pittsburg at 12.55 A. M. Leave Pittsburg by F.x
plVr"i,I l .' ;", m ,'' "! t liicago itt iA. M . Cleaveland at
an! k pSi^'sAS^a,r.af p <! ' l,rHvc in , ' i " d " naa
take supjHMMin.l ci.niii . t with the Lightnine Express Train
r arriving in Pittsburg ;tt C. MO
AM, (in ,i;,° at 4 A M l.euveColumbitsat 5 P M and ar
rive in Cincinnati at 0..70 P. M. and St I ouis at I ill I M
Tl- T • . " v SUNDA r E r/.'.v/A<; '
trains lis allot e tS Ht M " connLCti " at Ilarrisburg with
36 hours to CHICAGO.
CINCINNATI.
4j ST. LOUIS.
, . t. „., „. FOR THE NORTH.
Ist. The Mail Train leaves Calvert Station at Pl 5 A M
daily (except Sunday) arriving in Harris!,urg at 1- 22 Pil ,
the trainii°vsover M '' a " d KluiiraHt C- 20JI -, where
m 2 ! 1 ,',,! 1 ' 1 ;, 1 ' N<fSa Kxpress Train leaves daily
sl> m ir-iv - ' and arrive in ilarrisburg at
Biiff-dn ! J'iTV'lf' 1 at A M -" Kln,ira at I 'At A. M. and
nuiinlnat i(',.j(i A. M., conneetinir ;it Limim vk in. t-iMu t<.■
ALL THE CITIES AND TOWNS IN WESTERN NEW
, .„ _, . YORK AND CANADA.
A ": ,a Pnflalo with trains for Suspension Bridge, and tlience
\ia tne Great Western Railway tor all part* of
is- e'n^i!ri AX )V n,K U , ' :ST AXh
tot h Kl > and further correct and reliable information
Please apply at the Ticket office, falvert Station, N. E. corner
ol Calvert and Prank lin stu nts, Baltimo;*
■I. 11. -WARNER, Tieket'Agenc' nK, ' y ' S '' |,i;rin ' o^
Stearafrrats.
FOR FREDERICKSBURG, VA.
f ."! 'l'm 1 '".n ri "' steamer WM SELDEN, W. H. Kirwan,
hi t's .i- !' """"'■", r 1, , u1e (• '. derieksburg and land
\?"tr Spr l l- ) ,'V! t l leaving Haltimore from her
'l'Vcsofv' i ," SOUTH STREET, on
,lH , r' ! ' l < ' , '."! :ll : v 2 - M ' at 1 "''lock, P.M. Returning
will |p, e r redericksburg at I o clock FRIDAY \IoRN I N(S
She will continue to leave Baltimore EVERY TI'ESDWi
and tre.h-r. ( -KNb,irg EVERY FRIDAY during the season!
Jre ght of every description taken at low rates. Ilor.-es,
( attic, ami Live Stoc!; generally, haudled w itli care, and
coinhu tahly aeeomuirKlated. Through Gor N | s punctually at
tendril to, charges paid promptly, ami forwarded as -non as
received.
V&-F.o- iiiforniation, freight or passage, apply in Baltimore
at her office, 105 st)l 111 STREE'I, or on board tin- Boat.
110 Agents in Fredericksburg,
- fe l 2 t L_ A. K. IMIILI.I l'S 6i CO.
OFFICE OF MON UM ENT AL
d-.T-ewx—-c, _ STEAM TUG COMPANY.
L " Company s boat- having h-en put in complete running
... J i n V w P'opand to ex.-cute every description ol river
and liariMir towmg at the shortest notice
1 he Company's Boats an* as follows:
Steam, r TJJ-BKSS, Captain Luke League.
Strainer I.IO.NESS, Captain \. H. League.
The commanders are experien.-vd masters,and every guar
.-•VtV-M r t/,' 11 ,or , !j;'. saf, t - v 1 °f Vrtsdsin their charge. The
nit sot towage will be made reasonable. For furth. r
mation apply to the Captains on board, or of the agent
iaiK'f WM. H. BOLTON,
N" MW' I',-alt strct.
''UR THE SOOTH
AI'FRIVII L, NIRKI •nw XKW YORK, PIIILADEL-
I'lllA aml BALTIMORE, via the
Tl) ™fw!"#,,v'ELi'tl.V, 1 RALEiGI!. WILMINGTON,
CIIA 1.1.1-..-- i ON. At 1,1 f.\ , A'II.AXTA. MONT
I.oMERY. AND NEW OR! I'tN'q
SPRING AND SI MMEK ARRANGEMENT
r DA 11,A , G-xi'ept San days.) via
BAY LINE A SEA BOARD A KOAN'OK E RAILROAD
Tl o- TOV'IK ABOVK MtlNTluNKl. I'LACES.
I 11.- sell, dul.- iN ing an-.iiigeil that the traveller is subject
to No XII.IIT Tit Avi: i oil the Railroad from
NEW YORK TO WILMINGTON, N C
TIIRKOUGII TICKETS
I* iomN ew i ork to \ 1 luiington. N. C 4ifi no
" " W"eh!on, N. C. -
i " i", . Noi-folk and i'orthsmouth' Ya., - 8 :*)
1 hilada. to \\ liu.iiigtou. N C , n: <MI
WeMon, N.C., Jo IS
T> Noifolk and Bort.moutli, Va., r. ru
Baltimore to \\ ilie ington. Nc, - . . i. r,.;
Weldon, N. c„ .... .
tl 44 Norfolk and I'ortsmouth, Va., - hoo
eyedJY,-,. „f caret
o
at any |.oint, and i. stime tln-ir ttip ! v dav ii-lit
■®f.'', A An! n ; l V , i' 1 Al . t NOTICK.-1'!,.,;.„g c J s trom New York
and 1 liili'de rdiia by tins I.ine will have their bnggago
checked to /.allntun'eimtu; from whence it u ill !„• eh. eked
on the Bay Boats i„ W N . mat thcncetu points
as far > uth as Augusta, <ia
For further information and Through Tiekets. (which are
gooii li.v tin- Ray or Mail Line.) apply io NEW YORK at the
Company s i ifln.-e. No. 220 Broad wav, corner of liatelav street
Uhotc the Aal.irHon.-e: oral the Vet. .1, r.-e, Itn.lroail offiee
f""t .;fi oi.irtiaii.l stnet. In I'IIILAIIELPfIIA :.t the Com
"any S .1"', N M . orm rof sixth and Chestnut ,-tr.- t.-,; or
O, ''-pot. I.road ami Prune st.-.-.-t-. Am! in IJALTI
-- •" al the Olhc.- Balliniorc So-ain Peek, t Company, foot
° r,. Dock, or on board the Bay Steamers
I Tie new un.l beautiful steamer LOUISIANA, of 1,120 tons
burthen, replete with every comfort and convenience, has
b rii add dto the Line. I li* Line being now a uino-ed of
the splendid steamers LOI ISIAXA. ('apt, (i \\ Russell
and N'oßill CAROLINA, ( apt. Jas. Cannon, having iinsur'
passed state room and berth accommodations
Tlie Norfolk or Bay Line steamers will leave the Compa
ny .> wharf. I MUN DOCK, FODT OF CDNCORD STRFET
Daily, Sundays excepted.
Or immediately after the arrival of the Expri'Stt Tvnin
which leaves New York at BA. 51., and Philadelphia at 12%
The following is the Schedule:
_ LEAVE. LEAVE.
New 31 ork, at So'clock, .A M.l Portsmouth at 7'. o'cik V M
Philadelphia, I " P. Mi W. ldon at 12 " u'
Baltimore 5 14 I'. M.|Wilmington at tP-6 " P M
For Augusta, Charleston and the South, via the .Mandies'
tor Railroad, now luu-hed
Psssengcrs for Ricliinoml and Petersburg, or any other
points on the .lames River, eomn et with James liiver bouts
early next morning after leaving Baltimore
. *) *6"Passengers for Edi-ntoli. l'lyim.iitli. Newhern, Wash
'"kton- M claim, Gold.-boro'. Beaufort, War.-aw, itui.-igli mid
W iliuiiiKton, N, C., will fill.) it a mu.-t |>l.-asant, din-ct and
agreeable route. M. X. F ALLS,
Baltimore. Sept. 1553. President.
6JMIK MERCANTILE AGENCY
A or
J. D. PRATT A CO.,
COTINF.R OF BALTIMORE AM) P. CHARLEK STREETS.
The proprietors respectfully invite such -Merchants as aro
not already suhscribeisS to the Ag-ney, and who sell goods on
credit, to call and examine our system and test the reliabili
ty ol our information. From long • xperiencc and the satis
factory testimonials of thousands of merchants in the differ
ent cities East and \\ est,who have for years been subscribers,
we can assure all who will call, whether tin v sell goods to
the cities or country towns, ample satisfaction as to the relia
bility of our information, and the great benefit to be derived
from the Agency by those ho guoscribe. mr6 tf
(; ' EM M i: R 1 ( 11 *
BOOT AND SHOE
MAXUFAC T U R E R,
NO. 18 ROUT 11 S T R E E T,
r J E23 'Y BALTIMORE.
TNDIA RUBBEK SOFT 11ATS, a new and beau-
A tiful article. Carpet Bags, Rubber (Roves for hulies and
gents, an elfectual cure for cliapped and rough hands; Meln
tosh s Alpaca, belicm and Silk water proof Coats- Ladies
J- rench I nihrellas and travelling Satchels. Shoulder Braces,
Hair and Tooth. Brushes. Also, Mechanical and Rub!er
Toys of entirely new design. E. M. PUNDERSON a co
rut. 2>h Baltimore street. nIS-tf
HENRY ENGJJSiiV
BRASS FAUCET MAKER,
*y~\\ w „ AMI DEALER IX
y U LEAD PIPE, SHEET LEAD, BLOCK TIN,
SHEET ZINC, kc
No. U9 FRONT STREET, AND
S7 FIM 138 FAYETTE STREET. BALTIMORE.
TO SUPERIOR HAVANA CIGARS,
vXex-schooner J. Randall, of the following favorite brands,
viz:
s.<vm) Loinlren Sultana.
5,0n0 " Union AmM.
3jk I.ondn s. J. 11. G.
4.1MN1 Yqualdad.
•J.'sui Media Reg. Florida Bleu.
LU>O Flor.
I,HI " " 6*
3,nun Londres O'Callata.
3,00 D'Escribu ta Flor.
3,000 " 44 4 -
13,500 Sellna Flor de Morales.
For sale by LA MBFBT OUTINGS,
" 22 t * 58 Buchanan's wharf.
'l'll CARI'KNTKRS ANi) I'.UILDERS!
A GELSTON'S PLANING MILL,
AND
SASH DOOR FACTORY,
CORXEU CAROLINE AND FLEET STREETS.
Call bcfoi, puichnsing and examine tie* larce Flock of
leasoned YFllow PINK Dressed Floori e , SVHITF
And YKLt.iIW PINE I.UMUEKof all kind-'. On baud, a
large stock of readv made
IK.DHS, SASH, SHUTTERS, Ac ,
lnch can la- purchased much below present prices Call
and gee for yourselves.
All orders left at the office, corner of Charles and Lombard
stivets, promptly attended to. ii:£-tf
LEY'S WIRE SHOT CARTRIDGES, FOR
AJBird and Duck received at the Warehouse of
MERRILL, i lInMAS t CO.,
X r n . , 289 Baltimore srtreet.
N. B Agents for the Colt's Patent Fire Anns Manufac
turiag Co. n:'4)if
CAFES—U( iBBER .\ Ni> FIRE PR< nii-_
\ y I.ILLIK'S PATENT CHILLED IRON, WITH COMBI
- Lock The oily reliable safe t..r sale in
this city. All other fire-pivuf Safes are made of sheet iron.
A fair price will IK* allowed tor them In exchange
. „. 4 , <'■ S. WII.i.F.TT,
jylC-tf 192 Baltimore street.
T\ T ESTERN PROIH'(!E C 0 MMI SS 1( > S
* > HOUSE
Constantly reviving from Producers and Dealers in the
West, all kinds of Mercliandise:
Flour. Grain, Seeds, Tobacco,
Beef, Pork, Bacon, Lard. -Butter,
Poultry. Eggs, Alcobol, Whiskey,
... . „ Candles, Cheese, be., Ac.
Plain ami Sugar Cured Hams:
N. W. Thomas A Co. 1 ?, John MarfiehPs,
and other celebrated brands of Family Ilam9
Lewis M. Norton's Pine Apple Cheese.
C. Alexander's Bonbon Whiskey, B&rharoux's
Golden Rye and Motiongahela, *r., Ac.,
tor sale at lowest prices by 11. T. ELDF.R.
. c , c .. 120South Emaw street,
. >hS tf R opposite Baltimore and Ohio UK. Depot
Red LACH "CHAMPAGNE"
1 have received an invoice of this ceh-brated Cham
pagne, which 1 offer for sale wholesale and retail.
GEO. HOLLINS, Sole Importer.
my!2-tf 14 N. Charles street.
NK W c HOP TOB ACCG .
In store Purtapsas Londres, Ist, 2d and 3d"s, and other
brands of new crop Tobacco.
P. TIERNAN A SON, importers,
oc2l*tf 12 N, Charles street.

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