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THE DAILY EXCHANGE is published every morning
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Letters to be addressed "To THI DAILT EXCHANOX,
Baltimore, Maryland."
BALTIMORE, j
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1859. J
If it be true, as the last advices from Mexico
would lead us to believe, that MIRAMON has left the
Capital for the purpose of attacking Yera Cruz,
our next intelligence from the latter city, will be of
more than ordinary interest. The special dispatch
from Washington, which we published on Monday
last, indicated that the Liberal cause was
growing desperate, and that nothing short of the
immediate recognition of the JUAREZ Government,
by the UNITED STATES, would save it from hope
less disintegration. That a crisis of some sort is
approaching, we think is evident, hut whether it
will result in the triumph of the Reactionists, or of
the Constitutionalists, remains yet a matter of con
siderable doubt. It is by no means so certain that
MIUAMON will advance upon Vera Cruz at a sea
son of the year when the dreaded vomilo usually
makes its appearance, nor would his march beyond
Jalapa, in the direction of the sea-coast, bo un
attended with danger. If the Liberals possess
among them a single Chief of any military ability,
the Reactionist army, even if it succeeded in forcing
the pass of La Iloya, might subsequently be shat
tered to pieces at Cerro Gordo, or at the National
Bridge. These three points of defence are naturally
strong, and might be held against any number of
troops that could be brought from the Capital,
until the season was so far advanced as to leave
MIUAMON no alternative but either to risk the
decimation of his army, or to retire without accom
plishing his object. Bold and ambitious as he is
reported to be, we scarcely imagine he will hazard
the laurels he has already won, by undertaking,
in the face of so many difficulties, to assault
a walled city, well-provisioned, strongly garri
soned, and fully supplied with arms and muni
tions of war. It is to be remembered,
moreover, that he can no longer rely upon the
support of ECHEAGARAY and his partisans, who,
having joined in the pronunciamcnto which deposed
ZULOAGA from power, have now much more to
hope from the Liberalists than from the party they
once supported, but subsequently repudiated. It is,
of course, difficult to determine what a rash and
comparatively youthful commander, such as MIUA
MON is described to be, may, or may not attempt;
but unless treachery is at work at Vera Cruz, the
capture of that city is certainly not likely to be as
easy an achievement as the taking of Guadalajara,
or of San Luis Potosi. There is another fact to
be taken into consideration; MIUAMON'S great
strength lies in the valley of Mexico. He cannot
leave the Capital undefended for any length of
time, lest DEUOLLADO and other Liberalist chief
tains who are hovering around it, should form a
junction in his absence, and carry it by assault.—
If such an occurrence should happen, and it is one
which is by no means improbable, MIUAMON would
be placed between two fires, and instead of being
able to carry on offensive operations against Vera
Cruz, would be obliged to fall back upon some
point in the interior, where he could make a stand
against his enemies. It is evident, moreover, from
the ease with which ROBLES overturned the govern
ment of ZULOAGA, that there are many Mexicans in
and around the City of Mexico, who, though they
do not belong to the Liberalist party, are yet de
cidedly opposed to the policy of the Reactionists,
and who desire to bring about an adjustment of
the feud, by a compromise between the opposing
parties, if possible, or by any other means that
will give peace to the Republic. Northern Mexico
will certain]}* not acknowledge the government
either of ZULOAGA or MIUAMON, whilst its subjec
tion by conquest is altogether out of the question.
No Reactionist army has ever yet ventured to cross
the desert intervening between San Luis Potosi
and Agua Nueva, and what MIUAMON shrank from
attempting, none of his generals will have the liar,
dihood to undertake. We are told also that ALVA
REZ has collected in the South an army of six thou
sand men, but that, for want of money, arms and
ammunition, he cannot put it in motion. There is,
however, under any circumstances, but little dan
ger to be apprehended from that quarter. Young
DIEGO ALVAREZ lias already proved himself to be
utterly wanting in all those elements that consti
tute a successful soldier; whilst his father, the
only man capable of leading the Pintos to victory,
is disabled, by age and infirmities, from taking an
active part in the war. This survey of the whole
field of operations, leads us to the conclusion that
the cause of the Liberals is by no means so hope
less as it is represented to be. That the moral
support of the UNITED STATES would be of incal
culable advantage to theJcAREZ government, espe
cially at this juncture, there can be no doubt;
but, even if that support is withheld, so long as
the Liberals can hold* Yera Cruz, there certainly
appears to be 110 reason why they should despair
of ultimate success.
It is difficult to form any conclusion from tlie
accounts that have reached us from Buenos Ayres
as to whether President LOPEZ, of Paraguay, is
disposed to accede to the demands of Mr. Commis
sioner BOWLIN, or to dispute the passage of our
squadron in its progress up the Paraguay river. If
we were to take the passionate objurgations of the
official organ at Ascension as an evidence of the
intentions of LOPEZ, we should be impressed with
the belief that he was determined to do battle to
the death with "the filibusters of the North;"
but it seems far more probable that from gusty
words he will gradually subside into more temper
ate speech, as soon as the smaller vessels of the
squadron make their appearance in the waters
of Paraguay. By the latest news, which comes
to us byway of England, we learn that our ves
sels were assembling in the roadstead of Buenos
Ayres. It is stated also that the Brazilian gov
ernment had offered to act as mediator between
the UNITED STATES and Paraguay, and that the of
fer had been accepted by Commissioner BOWLIN.
In the meantime it is supposed that a portion of
the fleet will ascend the Parana to its junction with
the Paraguay, and wait there until further orders.
From the letters of private correspondents, we learn
that the presence of our war vessels off Buenos
Ayres is viewed not only with jealousy, but with
ill-concealed dislike, by all the States of the Ar
gentine Confederation, under the impression that
the expedition has been set on foot not merely for
the single purpose of acting against Paraguay, but
that it is intended as a menace to the States of La
Plata generally. Even in Buenos Ayres, where
the people have no special regard either for Presi
dent LOFEZ, or for those over whom he exercises an
almost despotic authority, this feeling of aversion
has become of late, very strongly marked. "A
"month ago," says a correspondent of the Phila
delphia Ledger , writing from on board the UNITED
STATES brig "Dolphin," "we could have enlisted
"ten thousand volunteers in this one State, forser
"vice against Paraguay; it is now probable that
"full as many will be disposed to assist her." To
what extent LOPEZ may be encouraged to resist our
demands when they are pressed upon him for ac
ceptance, in the hope that the neighboring Repub
lics will make common cause with him, it is not
possible to state, in the absence of any reliable in
formation with regard either to himself personal- J
ly, or to the temper of the people he governs. He
is, doubtless, perfectly aware that our smaller
steamers—which are the only ones that can as
cend the Paraguay river—are by no means strong
ly and substantially built, and as there arc many
points along the river where an obstinate resistance
to their advance might be offered, if any hope of
material support was held out to him by the neigh
boring Governments of Uruguay and Buenos J
Ayres, he might be incited to attempt the expul
sion of his unwelcome visitors by force.—
But, although the adjoining States seem
disposed_to regard the presence of our war steam
ers in the waters of La Plata as an unwarrantable
intrusion, it is not believed that they will evince
any other disposition to assist Paraguay than may
be shown in the form of a protest "against the
"assembling of a hostile fleet in their ports, to
"operate against an ally and near neighbor,
"whose interests are so identical with their own."
Some doubts are expressed, whether—from the
nature of our demands—Commissioner BOWLIN
would feel authorized to accept the mediation of
Brazil; or whether LOPEZ would consent to treat
with a Power with whom he has been so long at
variance. There is nothing, however, to warrant
us in supposing that either party would refuse so
favorable an opportunity for terminating the dis
pute by an amicable adjustment of the points at
issue. On the contrary, our Government is not
disposed to resort to force, if it is possible to avoid
that alternative; while that of Paraguay cannot fail
to perceive that this friendly intervention may be
made the means of relieving itself from a danger
ous position, without any serious compromise of
the national dignity.
We have received from Mr. HENRT MCCAFFREY,
No. 207 Baltimore street, his select Catalogue of
Music, published by him; also, the following
pieces: Mount Vernon March, composed by F.
Southgate, and dedicated to Edward Everett; The
Loving Mazurka, by J. E. Engelbrecbt, dedicated to
Miss Pauline Knabe; The Piecolimini Polka, by
Gustavus Ran, dedicated to Miss Elizabeth E.
McDonough; Atcay from Home, a ballad, by Alice
Hawthorne, dedicate 1 to Miss Marion Ash; Doet
Thou think 1 icould forget thee , a ballad, by W. A.
Schmidt.
[FROM OUR OWN
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22, 1859.
The vote of the House yesterday upon the motion
made by Mr. PHILLIPS for a suspension of the rules
to enable him to introduce his bill for the revision
of the tariff, to authorize a loan, Ac., was a very
flattering one to the friends of the first branch of
the proposition: and there is good reason to believe
that if the House had generally understood that
Mr. PHILLIPS' purpose, in case the rules should be
suspended, was to let all the various tariff proposi
tions come in, the motion would have been carried.
During the last ten days of the session a motion to
suspend the rules is always in order, and there is
little doubt that a tarifl bill will be got in in some
shape. If so, it will be carried. The contest on
the tariff question should long ago have been trans
ferred from the Committee on Ways and Means to
the floor of the House, where the extreme men on
both sides would soon be compelled to yield their
notions and agree upon a compromise that shall
make suitable provision for carrying on the Gov
ernment, and avoid the now imminent necessity for
ao extra session of Congress.
Mr. MASON'S proposed amendment to the Thirty
Million bill bids fare to prove an AARON'S rod to
that remarkably mischievous proposition. Com
ing, as it does, from the experienced Chairman of
the Committee on Foreign Relations, it is entitled
to great consideration, ft proposes a simple no
tice to Spain that we are ready to purchase Cuba
whenever she is ready to sell, and that our inter
ests forbid acquiescence in its transfer to any other
flag than that of the UNITED STATES. If Senator
MASON'S amendment is adopted it will commit the
UNITED STATES to a sound line of public policy so
deeply that European Governments will never
think of braving the consequences of violating it.—-
England, in view of such formal declaration, could
not be coaxed or wheedled into any attempt to se
cure a change of sovereignty in Cuba; and France,
without England, is not likely to assume a posi
tion in which her present ally might be forced to
oppose her in the interest of the UNIT,;D STATES.—
By adopting Mr. MASON'S wise and patriotic sug
gestion, American interests in Cuba will be con
served, until, in the progress of events, the fruit
shall have ripened sufficiently to fall naturally into
our lap. In any event, it is clear now that Mr.
SEIDELL'S bill cannot become a law.
I The very singular course of Hon. Mr. WIXSLOW,
of North Carolina, in the NICHOLS' Committee of
Investigation, excites remark. During the exami
nation of the first witness, a Mr. THOMSON, and be
fore the facts of the case had been brought out by
the testimony of the witness in chief, Mr. WSNSLOW
gave THOMSON distinct notice that he intended to
impeach his veracity! This exhibition of a pre-de
termined purpose to try a witness rather than the
accused party, must strike every honorable and un
prejudiced man as utterly inconsistent with the
an impartial and dispassionate judge, as
each member ot the Committee is supposed to be.—
The witness in this case frankly stated that be re
luctantly advised the witness in chief, some time
ago, to sign a letter exonerating every bodv from
suspicion in the transaction complained of. He ac
companied this declaration by a statement of the
circumstances—showing that this letter was signed
only when it was demanded as the condition upon
which they could obtain from the Clerk of the
House some SG,OOO, ordered paid in May last, but
still remaining unpaid on the 10th of November.
Our "impartial" committee-man professed to be
horror-stricken by the admission of the witness that
he had advised the signing of this letter; and we
have abundant evidence that the line of defence is
based entirely apon the hope of invalidating the
testimony of these witnesses. It is rather late in
the day to attempt such a dodge—for Congress,
only two years ago, enacted a law inviting the tes
timony of parties to cases of "bribery and corrup
tion," and relieving them ot the legal consequences
of their participation in the crime, as an induce
ment to them to come forward ami as
sist in the purging of Congress of corrupt
members. Charming inconsistency would it
be now to say that the testimony of such parties is
not to be credited, even though it appears that they
were influenced to their participation by the clear
est evidence that it was the only way in which they
could obtain what is acknowledged to have be
longed to them and was unjustly withheld. Do not
suppose that your correspondent has any intention
to publish the testimony elicited in 'Committee
pending the investigation, although the witnesses
are under no obligation of secresy. It is fitting and
proper, however, for the public press to keep an
eye upon its proceedings so far as possible, and crit
icise, as they may deserve, any course upon the
part ot those conducting them which seems incon
sistent with the demands of public justice, or op
pressive either to the witnesses or the accused.
The Senate Post-office Committee recently repor
ted a bill authorising Government aid to {he con
struction of a line of Magnetic Telegraph to San
Francisco, by entering into a contract with certain
parties to pay them $50,000 per annum, during a
term of years, for telegraphing for the Gov
ernment. The parties having the enterpise in hand
are indisposed to attempt its completion unless
they can get a subsidy of at least $75,000 per an
num. As this cannot be hoped for during the pres
ent collapsed condition of the Treasury, they will
refrain from urging the matter upon Congress until
next session, when they hope to bring it forward
under more favorable auspices.
A proposition is pending, and is likely to be
adopted by Congress, authorizing the weight of re
fined gold at the Mint and branches for coinage, and
charging one-eighth of one per cent, less for coin
ing than for coining and refining both. Its adop
tion will encourage the establishment of private re
fineries, and ultimately result in the general adop
tion of the British and French Mint svstem, in
which all the gold received at the Mint i's refined.
It is also proposed to authorize the coinage at San
Francisco of silver dollars in large amounts, with
a view of attracting thither the'silver bullion of
Mexico, and also of affording suitable coin for the
China trade, in which silver dollars are indispen
sable.
The Senate Committee on Commerce, in their bill
for the reorganization of the collection districts of
the UNITED STATES, hare reduced the salary of the
Collectors at New York and San Francisco to the
sum of $5,000 per annum, and have cut down vari
ous other salaries in the same proportion. It is
absurd to put New York and San Francisco upon
the same footing, for any one at all familiar with
the facts knows that the expenses of living upon
the Pacific coast are at least twenty or thirty ner
cent, higher than upon the Atlantic.
it is not true that Senator GWIN proposes that
the overland mails shall be carried bv troops to be
located at military stations across the continent.
What he asks is that the mounted troops serving in
| Utah and upon the frontier shall be directed to
keep constantly in motion along the overland mail
routes in order to protect them, and deter the In
dians from attacking overland emigration and the
mail stages. This is important in order to secure
the lines of settlement across the continent for the
encouragement of which, in part, the overland
mail lines were wisely established.
ILLINOIS STATE BANK.
In Illinois, besides the Canal stock frauds, which
are under investigation, there is another case which
looks badly. It concerns the management of the
old State Bank. This Bank, one half of the stock
of which was owned by the State, suspended specie
payments sometime between the year of 1837 and
1839. It recuperated, however, but. sustained
another reverse about the year 184G, when the
State took the Bank into its care, bv an act passed
on the last day of the session 1847," to finally close
its affairs. In the act it was provided that in case
of the non-closing of the Bank before the first day
of November, 1848, the Governor should have au
thority to appoint three trustees to take charge of
all the assets of the Bank, and wind up its business.
These trustees were required to make an annual re
port to the Governor. The trustees appointed were
N. H. Itidgely, John Calhoun and Uri Manly, who
at once assumed the duties of their trust. At this
time the assets of the Bank, on the book, amounted
to from three to five millions of dollars, including
$500,000 cash and a suspended debt of perhaps a
million and a half.
During the last session of the Legislature, Gov.
Bissell attempted to remove the old trustees
by the appointment of Gustavus Koerner,
George T. Brown and Richard Yates, but .the
Supreme Court declared that under the act the*ap
pointment was void. While the matter was before
the Court the old trustees had been enjoined from
receiving any salary; but, by the judgment, it ap
pears they are now entitled to it. Something like
$40,000 has been drawn, or is subject to draft for
salaries growing out of this trust, independent of
its other expenses; but there is, perhaps, $30,000
on hand; that the entire private stock, $1,400,000,
has been completely "swamped." and there is a fair
probability that $50,000 of the liabilities of the
Bank is in a similar condition, though it is possible
that the latter may some time be paid. It is said
that the title to the valuable pieces of land in Chi
cago and Galena has not traveled inanv miles from
Springfield; indeed, it is thought that under the
law governing trusts, a strict examination would
find these still among the assets of the Bank. If the
trustees stand upon their dignity, and refuse to ac
count on the alleged ground of "establishing a pre
cedent, there will be no other recourse for the Leg
islature, but to repeal the act of 1847, and appoint
a Committee of Investigation with authority to in
stitute suits in chancery.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.— The Cincin
nati Commercial of Monday says: In our issue of
Friday last we stated the fact that the agents of the
Pennsylvania Road had contracted to carry four
hundred tons of freight from Terre Haute to "Balti
more at a reduction of five cents per 100 lbs. from
the agreed rates between those points. The cir
cumstances of the case were such as left no doubt of
the correctness of the main facts involved and stated,
but we indulged the hope that the actions of these
agents would be disavowed and annulled by the man
agers of the road in question. This hope was based
on our implicit faith in the intention of Mr. Thom
son to discountenance any act, especially on the
part of his own agents, calculated to disturb the
existing harmony in regard to rates. We have to
confess our disappointment. It appears that the
management of the Pennsylvania Railroad endorsed
and justified the action of their Western agents, on
the ground that the rate at which the lreight in
question was taken is the rate adopted at Niagara
Falls. This is true, but it is a fact of much greater
import that this rate was on the 29tli November
advanced five cents, on application of the Bellefon
taine line, which amended rate has since that time
been recognized and operated under by the Penn
sylvania Railroad Company and the Western agents,
in common with all connecting lines. It can, there
fore, with no propriety be urged that the Pennsyl.
vania Railroad was not committed to this advance.
Again,, the Western roads have as much right to fix
rates on Eastward bound freight as the four eastern
lines have to fix them on Westward bound, and the
Pennsylvania Road had no right to come into our
midst and disturb these rates as adjusted.
We regret this unfortunate act of the Pennsylva
nia Road, and we deeply commiserate with them in
the strait that rendered it necessary for them to so
far humiliate themselves before the world and the
rest of mankind as to plead so miserable a subter
fuge in justification of their course. Surely the
great, well-managed and every way successful
l'ennsvlvania Railroad could have better afforded to
lose these few hundred tons of freight than to
stoop so low to gain them. We much fear the New
York Central code of railway morals and diplomacy
is about to gain another supporter.
Asher A. Shillings, a New York fish and oyster
dealer, died on Saturday night. Two and a half
years ago he weighed 4GO pounds, and of late, his
weight, Although appearing almost incrediole, was
tix hundred and seventy-eight pounds I His health
was generally very good, but about two weeks ago
he received information that the premises so long
occnpied by him were to be pulled down, which
rendered it necessary for him to move. This seemed
to trouble his mind very much; be fell ill, and
growing worse, died as stated.
The desire to confer political rights on women
which is known to have been evinced in Sweden,
has now extended to Denmark; and in two elector
al districts in Jutland the privilege of being both
voters and representatives has been conceded to
such females as may possess the other legal qualifi
cations. At a recent election at Silkeborg two
votes were given and recorded in favor of a female
candidate, bnt these were not sufficient to render
her successful.
BOUNDARIES OF OREGON. —The error appears to
be current that the boundaries of the new State of
Oregon are coincident with those of the former
Territory. Even the Philadelphia Inquirer , noted
for its accuracy, gives the limits as reaching from
the Pacific to the Kocky Mountains, and from the
40th to the 42d parallel of North latitude; an area
of 227,000 square miles, only a fraction less than
that of Texas. The error is material. The act of
Admission defines the boundaries of the State to be
the ocean on the west, the Columbia River to its
intersection with the 40th parallel, and that paral
lel on the north; the Snake River to the affluence
of the Owyhee, and a line due south from that
point on the east, and the 42d parallel on the south.
The area thus designated covers a trifle more
than a half of Oregon Territory; in square miles
about 115,000; a surface far exceeding that of any
of the older States, yet falling very much short of
the extent either of California or of Texas. Kan
sas, if admitted, would bring with it an area great
er bv 21,000 square miles, than that of Oregon.—
N. Y. Times.
The Pittsburg Pont of Monday says:
The Allegheny river was running very high yes
terday, and rising at the rate of two or three inch
es per hour. A number of houses in the lower part
of the "Bottom," Allegheny City, were inundated,
and the families residing in them obliged to move
their quarters, at great inconvenience.
THE TTOXORABLE J. MORRISON HARRIS AND THE
POST OFFICE BUILDINGS IN BALTIMORE.
MESSRS. EDITORS: —In compliance with the request of
Mr. Tappan, I publish his letter to me, only received this
morning, and for its better elucidation, I publish mine to
which it is a reply. It is needless to say that no one can
for a moment suppose that Mr. Tappan is capable of will
fully making a mistake.
The reference which Mr. Tappan makes to the Clerk's
certificate is, I presume, clearly shown in the context to
the copy forwarded by me to him.
Respectfully yours.
GEO. P. KANE.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
WASHINGTON, Feb. 21,1859.
My Dear Sir: —Yours in reference to the memorials on
the subject of the Baltimore Post-office, and inclosing a
copy of the certificate of the Clerk of the House, has been
received.
In reply I have to say, that if I had not seen the state
ment of the Clerk, and relied solely on my own recollec
tion, 1 should have stated that there were but two memo
rials before the Judiciary Committee, one of them very
much larger than the other.
My impression was that the largest memorial numbered
some thousands, but it is proper for me to state that I do
not recollect ever to have counted the names on either of
them.
My statement to Mr. Harris was based upon what took
place before the Committee, and my recollection as to the
bulk of the largest memorial.
Mr. Harris came to me and informed me that he hail
been unable to find some of the papers on the subject of
the Baltimore Post-office, and asked me if I remembered
the presentation to the Judiciary Committee of a memo
rial numerously signed, contained in a large roll of paper,
(describing its size and general appearance,) and I in
formed him I had a distinct recollection of it. I remem
bered it on account of its size, and got the impression
that it contained some thousands of names—though not
from actual count—and of course may be mistaken as to
the actual number of names. I have, this morning, con
versed with Hon. Humphrey Marshall, who was a member
of the Judiciary Committee of the last Congress, and with
Hon. H. Winter Davis, who, I think, presented the largest
memorial, and their recollection corresponds with my
own on this subject.
I am happy to make this statement, and if, as you sug
gest. you should publish the certificate of the Clerk, I will
thank you also as an act of justice to myself to publish
this letter.
I am, very truly, yours,
(Signed,) M. W. TAPPAN.
COL. GEO. P. KANI, Baltimore.
[Copy of my letter to which the above is a reply.]
BALTIMORE, Feb. 18,1859.
Dear Sir:—l take the liberty of forwarding to .vou for
perusal a copy of a paper just received from the Clerk of
the House, showing the actual number of names signed
to the memorials to which your letter to Mr. J. Morrison
Harris refers.
I think it due to you to show you this paper, as I design
to publish it.
1 am strongly under the impression that your opinion
as to the number of signers to the memorials in question
was based upon the statement made by Mr. Harris before
the Judiciary Committee, and not from actual count.
W ill you do me the favor to state in reply, whether I
am right in this impression, and whether you were made
aware by Mr. Harris, at the time he obtained your letter,
(on Monday last, 14th inst.,) that he had previously, on
the Friday or Saturday preceding, (being the 11th or 12th
inst.,) obtained the certificate of the Clerk referred to in
the inclosed paper.
I did hope never again to trouble you on this question,
but it has now assumed a shape between Mr. Harris and
myself, that will speedily bring it to a settlement one way
or other.
You will oblige me by replying to my letter by return
mail. In haste.
Yours, most truly,
„ „ (Signed.) GEO. P. KAXB.
To HON. M. W TAPPAN,
House of Representatives,
Washington, D. C.
If A RRIED.
On the 20th instant, by Rev. Dr. Lafleur, JULIUS BAUM
GARTEN to Miss ELIZABETH 11 ENTER, both of Washing
ton, I). C. *
On the Bth instant, by Rev. J. Folk, JACOB IIARTRF.I.L
to Mrs. LULIA BURN EY, both of this city. *
1)1 EI).
_Jn Washington, on Sunday morning, Feb. 20th, JAMES
TIKLMAS, aged 5 years and 2 months, eldest son of Thomas
i. and Rachel M. 1 eo. of Baltimore county.
Jesus said—"Suffer little children to come unto 1110, and
forbid tliein not, for of such is the kingdom of Heaven."' *
On the 2lst instant, SAMUEL PATTERSON, in the 21st
year of his age. *
On the 20th instant, JOHN* W. WEXTWORTII, in the2Bth
year of his age. *
On the 21st instant, ETHAN ALLEN, aged 20 months,
youngest son of Wm. Horace and Eliza M. Soper.
LADIES' FURS !
' Sable, Mink, Stone Martin, Fitch, and others,"made, re
paired and sold at prices to suit purchasers. DAVIS, Balti
more street, 9 doors east of the Bridge. fe23-tf*
"ECONOMY IS WEALTH 1" a trite but true saying.
In this age of improvement there is nothing impossible—
even tothe filling up qf the Basin! Making a Shakspcrean
hyperbole an axiom: that is, "To strive with impossibilities
and outdo them." "DUPONT'S INODOROUS LIQUID
(ILOVE CLEANER," is a realization of this fact. Persons
are saved the "trouble" of sending their soiled Gloves to
Philadelphia to be cleaned, us those who are not too lazy
can clean them themselves.
It can I* had of D. C. DRISCOLL,
fe!7-3tAeod 35 Baltimore street.
rFrom the Baltimore Sun.}
OSK DOLLAR ! —JT is too much, exclaims the per
son desiring cheap articles fur the restoration of the hair!—
We have, however, in our experience found that articles
which command seemingly exorbitant prices, are in the end
cheapest to the purchaser. Precious articles are always put
up in small packages, and efficacious medicines are not con
sidered dear at any price. < Mie dollar being the price of Pro
fessor Wood's Hair Restorative, for the smallest size or trial
bottle, is a sufficient (guarantee that the trial bottle contains
most precious ingredients. In proof of which its sale lias in
creased one hundred fold within the past year.
CAUTIOX.— Beware of worthless imitations, as several are
already in the market, called by different names. Use none
unless the words (Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, Depot
St. Louis, Mo., and New York,) ar' blown in the bottle.—
Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers. Also by
all Fancy and Toilet Goods Dealers in the United States and
Can:idas, and by
JOHN C. GIVEN, Chinaman's Tea Store,
fel7-2w 37 and 39 Baltimore street.
JOHNSTON'S INSURANCE ROOMS,
73 SECOND STREET.
FIRE DEPARTMEOT.
Companies. Capital and surplus.
Security Insurance Company Of Xew York $267,000
Phcnix " " " " 292,000
Resolute, " " " " 247,000
Xew World, " " " " 2*5,000
Moutauk, " " " " 200,000
Charter Oak of Hartford, Connecticut 342,000
Insurance Company of the Valley of Virginia 351,000
Albemarle, of Virginia 200,000
Lynchburg, " 200,000
Xorthern Assurance Company, London 2,194,111
MARINE DEPARTMENT.
Mercantile Mutual of Xew York 1,014,150
Lynchburg of Virginia 200,000
Charter Oak of Hartford, Connecticut 342,000
Marine and Fire Policies issued upon approved risks with
out the delay of consulting the home offices.
Policies issued, losses adjusted and paid."
TIIOS. D. JONXSTON,
felO-tf 73 Second street.
LOOK HERE, STRANGER 1
If you want either CHINA, GLASS, or COMMON WARE,
go to
JOHN A DOBSON & CO.'S
CHEAP CURIA STORE, Xos. 2 and 4 X. Charles street
they will sell you a little bit CHEAPER than the CHEAP
EST. Give them a call and examine for yourselves. jal-tf
BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY'S COAL,
at the reduced price of
FIVE DOLLARS,
per ton of 2,210 lbs.
In order to run off the stock of Coal on hand before the open
ing of Canal navigation, we have determined to sell this
very superior article of fuel at the very low price of FIVE
DOLLARS per ton of 2,240 lbs., delivered at any poiut within
the city limit".
TERMS CASH.
DOBBIN A WARFIELD, Pole Agents,
fe2l-tf No. 36 Second street.
CHARLES H. CRAFT. LOUIS R. D. CLIFTON.
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
ADVERTISING AGENCY.
CRAFT A CLIFTON,
OFFICE, NO. 9 Second Story Franklin Building, N. E. corner
of Baltimore and North streets.
iff Baltimore Merchants, on application as above, can
have their Advertisements inserted at Publishers' Prices in
ANT NEWSPAPER OR PERIODICAL IN THE UNITED STATES, at
i a saving to the Advertiser of all commissions, postage,
I trouble, &c. fe2l-tmyl
CARD.—WiII those who are indebted come all
and settle their "bills," as I am very much in want of money,
having large "paymentsto make." 1 have come to the final
conclusion that if a MAN is not "morally" honest, he cannot
be made "legally" so; therefore those that will not pay may
keep it; while others, that may have the "stings of con
science," can address me through the "GOVERNMENT EX
PRESS," lately established fur their accommodation, my
place of business being, perhaps, "too far doum."
D.C. DRISCOLL,
fel9-3t 35 Baltimore street.
THE GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,
Having greatly increased their facilities for manufacturing
their celebrated FAMILY MACHINES, with all the recent im
provements, have reduced their prices, and offer fbr sale
A NEW STYLE MACHINE,
PRICE SSO.
It is no longer questioned that these Machines are the best
in use for family sewing. They
HEM, FELL, GATHER AND STITCH
in the most superior manner, and arc the only machines in
market that are so well and simply made, that they may be
sent into families with no other instructions than are con
ained in a circular which accompanies each machine, and
rom which
A CHILD OP TEN YEARS
may readily learn how to use them, aud keep them in order
They make upwards of
FIFTEEN HUNDRED STITCHES A MINUTE,
and will do the sewing of a family cheaper than a seamstress
can do it, even if she works a, the rate of
ONE CEXT AN HOUR.
j Is there a husband, father, or brother in the United States
who would permit the drudgery of hand sewing in his fami
ly, when a GROVER A BAKER MACHINE will do it better,
more expeditiously, and cheaper than can possibly be done
by band ?
Offices of exhibition and sale:—181 .Ba .timore street, Ba'.t
more; 495 Broadway, New York.
Agencies in all the principal cities and towns in the
United States.
tOT Send for a circular. nll-tl
BISHOPRICK'S INFALLIBLE BAKING POWDERS, just
received by GREEN & YOE, 88 Baltimore street. fe26-tf
B. P. BAYLEY,
No. 6 HANOVER ST., NEAR BALTIMORE ST.,
Has just opened a fine stock of CHINA, GLASS and QUEENS
WARE, SILVER PLATED WARE, CASTORS, FINE CUTLERY, 4C.,
which he intends selling off CHEAP forcash. Persons abou
buying would do well to call at No. 6 HANOVER S nlfi tf
LADD, WEBSTER & Co.'s,
UNRIVALED SEWING MACHINES,
For All purposes where a TIUHT stitch is required.
2U2 BALTIMORE STREET, (opposite H. Easter 4 Co'sJ
Samples o work sent by mail.
Every description of work executed to order.
Families supplied with Machines and Operators by the day
or week. Jal-tf |
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, FEBRUARY 23, 1859.
THE POINTS® YOKE SHIRT
Is manufactured to order by
CONSTABLE, WALKER k Co.,
155 Baltimore street.
This is a pattern of their own invention, which, after many !
chaugea, they are prepared to pronounce perfect.
Give them a call—opposite the Museum. |
NEW ARRIVAL, PER THE ASIA.
GABRIEL r>. CLARK,
comer of Calvert anil Water sts.,
Now offers for sale London, Liverpool and Geneva Watches,
of superior workmanship, made to order. Also, the American
Watch, Hunting Cased; Fine Gold Jewelry, Silver and Pla
ted ware; Brown's celebrated Gold Pens, diamond pointed;
Lecoulter Swiss Razors and Strops, warranted to be the best
in use. Purchasers of the above goods will please examine
the stock. jals tf
OCULIST AND AURIST.
DR. E. P. MORONG,
SINCE nis RETURN FROM EUROPE,
Makes an exclusive speciality of the treatment of
DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR,
MEDICALLY AND SURGICALL Y.
OFFICE, 71 N. CHARLES ST.,
dls-tf Baltimore, Md.
DAY & MARTIN'S REAL JAPAN BLACKING imported
and for sale by GREEN & YOE, 88 Baltimore street. fel6 tf
SAVE MONEY AND Bur SLOAT & Co.'s
Locs STITCH SEWING MACHINE.
Price S3O and $65, complete.
Beauty and excellence of Stitch alike on both sides of the
fabric sewed, economy of thread, simplicity of construction,
portability and ease of operation, speed, quietness of move
ment, strength and firmness of seam that will not rip or ravel,
applicability to a variety of material, compactness and ele
gance of model and finish.
L. D. CHASE, Agent,
nl6-tfr No. 99 Baltimore street
JAS. W. GEDDESS,
No. 92 MULBERRT STREET, NEAR EUTAW.
METAL ROOFING,
HOUSE GUTTERS AND SI'OUTING.
Also, REPAIRING AND BUILDING HOT AIR FURNA
CES, I.ATROBE STOVES. 0 8-ly
J. B. T. PIIELPS,
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR,
107 BALTIMORH STREET,
fel7-tf Baltimore.
MILLER & BEACHAM'S
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MUSIC STORE,
No. 10 NORTH CHARI.ES STREET.
Orders for FOKEION MUSIC solicited. JlB-tf
NOURSB & COWAN,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 1 NORTH CALVERT STREET,
827-tf Baltimore, Md,
PHOTOGRAPHS IN OIL COLOBS.
PHOTOGRAPHS—in India Ink.
PHOTOGRAPHS—in Water Colors.
PHOTOGRAPHS—PIain Mammoth Size.
PHOTOGRAPHS—in every style.
PHOTOGRAPHS—made every size.
I'HOTOORAPUIC TEMPLE OF ART.
G. N. BARNARD,
n2 No. 213 Baltimore st
AMBBO DAGUERREOTYPES, &C.
Mr. MARSTERS, 147 Lexington street, near Howard street,
will furnish his patrons with pictures on glass, card lioard,
plates or canvass, life size or in miniature from nature, or
copied in oil, French pastell or water colors, in a style of su
perior excellence. He has on hand a full assortment of plain
and fancy cases; also, gilt frames, all of the best material. —
His long experience and attested enable him to as
sure his patrons complete satisfaction or no charge. s7-ly
CHINA, GLASS, PLATED WARE, CUTLERY, &C.,
At 105 BALTIMORE STREET, two doors below Sun
Building. SELLING OFF THE ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
to close. Citizens, strangers, and all others in want of goods
in this line should call and examine before purchasing, as
this stock must lie sold.
B3- STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES FOR SALE.
fclO tf ROBERT. T. BANKS.
ROOFING ! ROOFING ! ! ROOFING !I !
Economy, Durability and Security.
Warren's Fire and Water Proof
FELT AND COMPOSITION ROOFING.
Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing purposes.
PERFECTLY FIRE PROOF,
PERFECTLY WATER PROOF,
UNEQUALLED FOR ECONOMY,
UNRIVALLED FOR DURABILITY,
ADAPTED TO EVERY CLIMATE
For further information address or call on
JAS. 11. JOHNSON,
No. 2 Jarvis Building, cor. North and
iy26-tf Baltimore streets, Baltimore.
KINDLING WOOD ! KINDLING WOOD I !
SAWED AND SLIT WOOD, OF ANY SIZE.
Sawed and Split by Machinery.
Owing to the constantly increasing demand for this Wood,
I have greatly increased my facilities for preparing and de
livering it. lam now prepared to fill all orders with dispatch
for OAK or PINE WOOD, of any length or size, delivering it to
any part of the city free of cartage, guaranteeing the same
quantity that is contained in a cord before being sawed and
split. . J AS. 11. JOHNSON,
Proprietor City Steam Fire Wood Mill.
CJE* Office corner of Baltimore and North streets, over Pa
triot Office.
WHEELER k WILSON'S
SEWING MACHINES.
New and Valuable Improvements.
DIAGRAM OP TLIE LOCK STITCH.
DQQOOCOQQOG
This is the only stitch that cannot he ravelled, and that
presents the same appearance upon each side of the seam. It
is made with two threads, one upon each side of the fabric
and interlocked in the centre of it. Send for a Circular.
OFFICE—2OS W. BALTIMORE STREET,
sl6-ly Baltimore, Md.
MERCHANTS' ADVERTISING COMMISSION AND COL
LECTING AGENCY.— The proprietors of this old established
agency have located a permanent branch of their house in the
city of Baltimore, under the immediate supervision of the
senior memlier of the firm. Merchants and others can
have advertisements inserted in any publication in the
country at the publishers' lowest rates. By calling at our of
fice they can examine at their leisure the largest assortment
of papers ever collected in this city.
CHICHESTER k SANFORD,
Suu Iron Building, second story,
fe9-tmyl Entrance on South street.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
AT 105 BALTIMORE!STREET,
HAVE BEEN GREATLY REDUCED IN PRTCE.
We are now offering a new family machine at the LOW*
PRICE OP PIPTY DOLLARS.
Hemming guages of every width, binding guages o
all sizes, are adjusted to our machines.
K5P* Send for a copy of I. M. Singer & Co.'s Gazette,
01-tf W. E. BRODERICK, Agent
F. D. BENTEEN,
BOLE AOBNT POLL
N U NN S A CLARK'S
SUPERIOR PIANO FORTES.
WARE ROOMS,
No. ION. CNARLEB STREET.
At Miller & Beacham's Music Store,
And No. 80 FAYETTE STREET,
Ist store west of Charles,
( Entrance on cither street J
The improvements made in NUNN'S A CLARK'S PIANOS
in the last two years have placed them, in every point qf ex
lence, as the best and most perfect Pianos now before the
public. Pianos exchanged, tuned, repaired and rented.
IfELODEONS from sls upwards. jaio-tf
/H~P FREE LECTURE ON ENGLISH HIS
vK-I TORY.—The Introductory I.ecture (FREE) to Dr. H.
I). RYAN'S LECTURES "N ENGLISH HISTORY, will lie
delivered TO-MORROW (Thursday) EVENING, at the MA
SONIC HALL, commencing atß T. M. The public are re
spectfully invited to attend. fe23-2t
FR~P BALTIMORE ASSEMBLIES. THE
M--J SECOND HAI.I. will be held on THURSDAY EVEN
ING, February 21th. at the NEW ASSEMBLY ROOMS,
Hanover street. Subscribers can procure their tickets at
Guy's Monument House, between the hours of 11 o'clock, A.
M.. and 7 o'clock, P. M., on that day.
fe23-2t* THE SECRETARY.
/F-P CATHOLIC INSTITUTE
LECTURES.
THE THIRD LECTURE OF THE COURSE,
WILL BE DELIVERED AT TIIE
NEW ASSEMBLY Ji 0 O M S,
On FRIDAY EVENING, 25th inst.,atß o'clock, by
Frof. ALEXANDER DIMITRY, of Louisiana.
SUBJECT—
"THE EARTH, AND ITS FITNESS FOR THE DESTINY
AND PROGRESS OF MAN."
Tickets 25 cents. For at the Book Stores. fe22-lt
FR-P MARYLAND INSTITUTE LECTURES.
t —The Fourteenth Lecture of the Course will be deliv
ered on WEDNESDAY EVENING, 23d inst, by Dr. I. I.
HAYES, late Surgeon of the Kane Expedition.
Subject—"AßCTlC LIFE AND TRAVEL."
Members of the Institute with one lady, free. Tickets 25
cents, for sale at the door. fe2l-2fc
(J-p NOFL C E .—RESUMPTION OF THE
DAILY TRIPS TO NORFOLK AND THE SOUTH
The steamer LOUISIANA will resume her trips THIS DAY,
leaving the foot of Concord street EVERY MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY,and the GEORGIA on TUES
DAY S, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 5 o'clock, I'. M.
fell-lm M. N. FALLS.President.
f? P 3 NOTlCE.—Notice is hereby given that
L NO WHARFAGE WILL BE CHARGED ON GOODS
SHIPPED TO AND FROM NEW YORK, by the Cromwell's
Steamers, on and after this date.
SAM'L T. PEARCE, Agent,
116 Spear s wharf.
Baltimore. February 2th. l-.Y I fell-im
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That we shall continue, under the name of
MORSE A WOLFF,
the business heretofore conducted by us as
MORSE it COMPANY,
A. W. MORSE,
EDWARD WOLFF.
No. 49 Wall street and 41 William street, New York.
February 19th, 1859. fe23-lwr
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
COAL—COAL.
THE BEST WHITE ASH-COALS,
THE BEST RED ASH COALS,
THE BEST CUMBERLAND COALS,
FOR SALE
AT REDUCED PRICES,
BY
J. HENRY GIESE & CO.,
No. 9 South street.
Yard Spear's wharf.
2.240 POUNDS TO TIIE TON.
WEIGHED BY A SWORN WEIGHER.
TIIE SAWED
AND
SPLIT
WOOD,
fe23 8t FOR SALE AS USUAL.
WM. It. SERVERS. TH. OWING 3
COAL.
W. R. SEEVERS A CO.,
SELL
The Superior COAL MOUNTAIN (Hard White Ash) COAL
and SOFT COALS of other Mines. Orders received at 79
EXCHANGE PLACE, 85 HOWARD STREET, and at the
Yard. 204 CATHEDRAL STREET. fe2.7-.7n:
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application will be made to the Mayor and City Council
ot'Baltimore at its present session, TO OPEN AND CON
DEMN Scott street southerly from its present terminus at
Ostend street to the waters of the -Middle Brand) of Pa Up-co
river. f.;29-Uw'.lw
OTARD, DUPUV k CO.'S COGNAC.— Now
landing ex bark "Topeka," from Bordeaux, 72 quarter
casks and octaves of above brand, of various vintages, part
of very rare and choiceauality. For sale from United States
bonded warehouse by LAI'IIEXCE THOMSEN k CO.,
Exchange Place. fe2S-tf
M WANTED.—THREE OR FOUR COM
FOUTABLK HOUSES OX FAYETTE OK LEXING
TON STREET, not farther west than Poppleton or
easi of Howard street, and at from $1,500 to $3,000.
Also a FARM WANTED, about 70 to 90 acres; near the
Northern Central Railroad, and from 8 to 14 miles from the
city. Immediate application to J. BOYD,
fe23 6t 26 St. Paul street.
VA "FROM THE ALLEGIIANIES."
-j , MOUNTAIN MUTTON.
The subscribers will expose for sole at their Stall.
No. 41 institute Market, on SATURDAY NEXT, a lot
of superior MOUNTAIN MUTTON. The quality of this
Meat is justly praised by epicures, especially those visiting
the various watering places in Virginia. The citizens oT
Baltimore are requested to call and examine the Meat duiiire
the day of 1 riday, at the establishment of the undersigned,
Caroline street extended. fc
fe'l34t THOMAS BROTHERS.
NOTICE. —SEALED PROPOSALS are asked
to raise the Steamboat NORTH CAROLINA, sunk
about tire miles south of Smith's l'oint Light Boat, in about
four to six fathoms of water, Chesapeake Bay.
Said proposals to state the means by which the proposers
design to accomplish that object; the per centum of tire pro
ceeds of the public sale of the Uull, Machinery, Ac saved
and the time within which efficient efforts to raise said Boat,
Ac., shall lie made.
The proposals to he opened at 12 o'clock, M„ the 4th day of
".'J'?' " f BALTIMORE STEAM PACK
ET ( OMI AN \ , in Baltimore. Md. fe23-tmli4
DRUIDS I "
DRUIDS.'!
SATURDAY EVENING, February 26th,
fi-23-tr MARYLAND INSTITUTE
Ss ~
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE"
The public are respectfully informed that our lines between
the above places are in full operation.
EXPRESS FROM N'EIV YORK, 1 P. M., reaches Balti
more the next morning at 4 A. M.
EXPRESS FROM NEW YORK at 5 o'clock, A. M,
reaches Baltimore the next day at 1 o'clock, P. M.
LIGIITXI NO EXPRESS, for the conveyance of valuables,
money, Ac., &e„ leaves NEW YORK at 6 P. M., and reaches
Baltimore next morning at 4 A. M.
EXPRESS I'KOM PiiILAIiEEPniA FOR BALTIMORE
leaves there twice daily, viz: at 8 A. M. and IIP M
EXPRESS TO NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA
leaves our oihcc twice daily, viz: at 11 A. M. and 5 P M
ADAMS' EXPRESS CO.,'
fe23-eolrttr 161 Baltimore street.
A TTORNEYS AT LAW.
- V ANDREW STERETT RTDGELY,
Office No. 41 ST. PAUI. STRKET, Baltimore city,
RICHARD GRASON,
(Late State's Attorm y, Cecil county,)
Office TOWSONTOWX, Baltimore county,
Practice in the Courts of Baltimore city, and in Baltimore
and Howard counties. fe23-tf
LOST OR MISLAID.—CERTIFICATE NO. 28,
FOR ONE HUNDRED SHARES HOWARD BANK
5 I'OCK, in nauie of EDWARD WILLIA MS. dated 27th Sep ,
1854. The public is cautioned against negotiating the same,
as application has been made for a new Certificate, fe'23-if
TO SHIPPERS OF FLOUR To THE BRA
-7.1E. PACIFIC and WEST INDIA MARKETS—RICH-
M< END FLOUR.—eoohlils. of the celebrated "TALI A t'ERRO"
brand, warranted equal to any of the Richmond Mills, just
received and now lauding in beautiful order. For sale hy
, P. MALCOLM A CO.,
®6o6t Bowly'g wharf.
CONSIGNEE'S N () T 1 C B . —The schooner
•'STATESMAN,*' Capt. Mott, from Charleston, S. C., is
discharging her cargo at the head of Smith's jlock. Con
signecs will please attend to the receipt of their goods
, CIIABLES PENDERGAST,
fe23-3t 77 Smith's wharf.
BELFAST LINENS.—YORK STREET FLAX
SPINNING COMPANY'S GOODS—White Shirting
Linens: Linen Cambric Hdkfs., Linen Shirt Fronts; Colored
4-4 Mantle Linens; Printed Lawns, tor sab- by
fe23-eolmr EATON BROTHERS A CO.
A A INCH BURLAPS AND 45 INCH DO.—
In different qualities, and a variety of other heavy
Dundee Linens, for sale hy
fd'.-l-colmr EATON BROTHERS It CO.
SICILY FRUIT.—BOO boxes Oranges and Lem
ons, in prime order; 4" hags Filberts; 20 do. Walnuts; 20
cases Liquorice; 25 boxes Maccaroni; 100 boxes Shelled
Almonds; balance"Knrelia's"cargo, for sale hy SCHWARTZ
6 PIX, 117 Lombard street. fe23-tf
ADAMANTINE CANDLES.—"Gross & DieT
rich's" well known brand, all sizes; also "Rogers'"
brand, andthe popular full weight brand of "Proctor .ttiam
ble," for sals by GRANT .t BROTHER, Agents for Manufac
turers, 61 Exchange Place.
Also, M. Work A Co.'s "Star" Candles. fi'23-tf
OLEINE SOAP.—Proctor & Gamble's celebra
ted Oleine Soap, for sale hy GRANT A BRO., 61 Ex
change Place.
Also. M. Werk & Co.'s "German" Soap. fe23-tf
1 0140 t)RUMB RIGS just received and for
I 5 V7171/sale low hy JAS SLOAN, 91 Lombard st. fe23-tf
A,( 10 BOXES GRANGES in prime order, for
vgv7\7iilelow hy JAS. SLOAN. 91 Lombard street fe23tf
100 OOfl FEKT GAS and WATER PIPE:
AV7\7 ,Y7 v/Y/also Galvanized Iron Pipe, forsaleby
111 CAN" A .IEXKI\S. 33 S. I'harlos street. fe23-tf
TAR. —500 bbls. Tar in shipping order, for sale
hy JAS. CORNER A SONS. f,-23-tf
TTARNISH.—3O bbls. bright Varnish for sale
* !>y JA3 ' COKyER & SONS. fc23-tf
PARIS WHITE.—SO casks for sale by It. J.
BAK ER, 36 S. Charles street. fe23-6t
INDIGO. —50 ceroons Caraccas for sale by R. J.
BAKF.R. 36 S. Charles street. *fe2S-6t
LIMA WOOD.—SO tons superior for sale bv R.
J. BAK ER. 36 8. Charles street. fe23-6t
OTAVES.—3S,OOO Red Oak llhd. Staves for
kX;!e hy .1 AS. C ,',\S ML & S< f-23-tf
QAL SODA.— 2OO casks New Castle in store and
kJfor sale l>v R. J. BAKER, 3T S. Charles street. fc23-6t
SODA ASH.—SO casks Muspratt's Iligli Test.
Forsaleby It. .1. I'.\ K KM. S. ("'haulo- - tree:. f-23 *.t
BOGGS, COTTMAN k CO.,
Nos. 44 and 4fi LOMBARD STREET,
OPPOSITE PUBLIC STORES,
BALTIMORE.
IMPORTER. S } OF
WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, CTGARS, Ac.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DOMESTIC LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac.
Cognac and Rochelle Brandies, Old Rye Whiskey, of different
Pale and Dark. qualities.
Holland Gin. German Tonic Bitters.
Jamaica and SantaCruzßum. Peach,
Scotch and Irish Whiskey. Cherry,
Madeira, Sherry, Port Lisbon. Lavender, I p . ..
Malaga. Champagne, and Rasplierrv, rnranaies.
Claret Wines. Blackberry, I
Havana and Principe Cigars. Ginger, J
jy29-tf Cordials, various qualities.
CLOSE k BROTHER,
4 GERMAN STREET,
SOLE AGENTS
for this market for the following celebrated Manufacturers of
WOOLENS:
F. BJOLLEY k SONS', CLOTHS AND DOESKINS.
C. NI'.LLkSSEN A SONS, do. do.
J. WULFING A SONS, do. do
SCI IX AB EL BROS., do. do.
JOH ANNEY'S do. do
F. ERRICKSOX k LITTLE TICKET, do. do.
V ith a full assortment of other well-known makes of
SAXONY CLOTHS,
Black and Colored, NOW IN STORE, and for sale at MANU
FACTURERS' PRICES.
ALSO,
LINEN GOODS, in every variety andstvle.
STUFF GOODS ofasuperior make and finish.
\\ ith a General Assortment of SPUING GOODS, adapted
to the Clothing and Jobbing Trades, which they offer for sale
on the most reasonable terms. CLOSE A BRO.,
ja2s-eo3mr 4 German street.
pOLICY HOLDERS
OF THE
MERCANTILE MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK,
Will please call and receive the Certificates of
THEIR RESPECTIVE PORTIONS OF THE PROFITS
OF TUB 3AII> COMPANY FOR 1858.
THOS. D. JOHNSTON, Agent,
fe22-3t 73 Second street.
PIKE PEAK GOLD MINES.
Persons going to these Mines will find it to their ad
vantage to call and examine our stock of the various styles
OF FIRE ARMS,
manufactured by the most celebrated makers in the country,
embracing
COLT'S PISTOLS, (with detached stocks,)
ALLEN k WI IE FLOCK, DEAN ADAMS k DEAN,
and manv others.
Also, MERRILL'S BREACH LOADING GUN, which can
be loaded and discharged 10 to 15 times per minute.
MERRILL, THOMAS A CO.,
fe22-tfr No. 239 Baltimore street.
CHOICE CHAMPAGNE WINE.
We have now in store the following celebrated brands,
viz:
"Widow Clicquot Ponsardin."
"Rubis" and La Perle." —Jacques Georg k Co.
"Grand Vin Imperial."—Bouche, Fils S Drouet.
"fleidsieck k C 0.," and "Chas. Ileiddeck," "Bouzy." "An
chor," kc., which we fier for sale.
LAURENCE TIIOMSEN k CO.,
fe22-tf 64 Exchange Place.
WINTER IS NOT PAST.
The best COALS in this market can be procured from
HART k MeGOWAX,
CORVEE BIDDLF. AND CATHEDRAL STREETS,
(or through Post Office.) Some competent judges, burning
both kinds this winter, now give a preference to theirs over
Baltimore Company's, notwithstanding which they will also
deliver it for $5, prepaid, in any part of ths tity.
Their free burning Coals are also of the best, and no decep
tion practiced by assuming wrong names.
CUMBERLAND LUMPfrom the Piedmont Company's
Mines, being the best. fe22-3t*
H~ 6USE"KEEPING DRY GOODS;
CARPETINGS, kc
ROYSTON BROS.,
81 BALTIMORE STREET.
Keep constantly on hand a large stock of TABLE and
BED LINEN'S. SHIRTING LINENS and COTTONS.
QUILTS. BLANKETS, MADE SHEETS. FURNITURE
CHINTZ and 1)1 MITYS, LACK and MUSLIN CURTAINS,
and HOUSE KEEPING DRY GOODS gcncrallvd
All kinds of CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, "MATTINGS,
HEAVY DOMESTIC GOODS for Farm Servant.,.
NEWEST STYLE DRESS GOODS, GENT'S AND
YOUTHS' IVEAR. Ac. ' ft-12-tfr
NEW SPRING GOODS,
HOSIERY, Ac.
AMOS LOVEJOY & CO.'S NEW STORE, No. 195 Balti
more street, second door I>elow Messrs. H. Easter a Co., has
just received a large assortment of Spring
HOSIERY, GLOVES,
UNDER SHTRTS and DRAWERS,
of Silk, Merino, all M 00l and Cotton. I.a dies' and Misses'
Gau Merino Vests, all sizes; Gents' Silk, Gau Merino and
Cotton Under Shirts and Drawers; a full ass >rtment Hosiery
in all varieties Ladies'and Misses Steel Extension Skirts.
Best quality Sewing Silks, Needles, Pins, Tapes, Bobbins,
Threads, Boot Laces, Knitting Cottons, kc , Ac., wholesale
and retail, at the lowest prices, at No. 195 Baltimore street,
between Light and Charles street. fe2l-tf
Q LOVER AND
TIMOTHY SEED.
250 BUSHELS VERY PRIME CLOYERSEED.
100 DO. TIMOTHY SEED.
In store and for sale by
CARR, GIESE A CO.,
fb2l-lwr 21 Spear's wharf.
ONLY TWO WEEKS LONGER !
COME ONE AND ALL,
To No. 161 GAY STREET, and secure BARGAINS.
HERMANN POLLACK will continue two weeks more to
run off Remnants and all Cut Stock at a great sacrifice, be
fore receiving the new assortment of Goods, which will arrive
soon.
B3- Do not forget the place— No. 161 N. GAY ST. fe22-12t
GOODS I
SPRING OF 1859.
HAMILTON EASTER A CO.,
N05.^199,201 and 203 Baltimore street,
Opened on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY Ist, 1859,
A great variety of •
IMPORTED DRY GOODS,
fe2-tfr Adapted to Spring sales.
EST QUALITY ALUM LIME.
Manufactured expressly for Building purposes.—
BURNED ENTIRELY WITH WOOD, in Robinson's Patent
Perpetual Kiln.
This LIME is from my own Quarries in Texas, Baltimore
county. 1 guarantee the quality to be unsurpassed, contain
ing 97.9 per cent. Carbonate of Lime
I am now prepared to supply LIME in quantities to suit
purchasers, and for shipment is packed in hhds. and bbls.
FRESH LIME RECEIVED DAILY, and lor sale by
WM. ROBINSON,
4 Hollingsworth street,
fell-tfr near Pratt street wharf.
CHAFFING DISHES, COFFEE URNS, and
Block Tin Articles of every description, manufactured
and for sale, wholesale and retail, at very low rates, by
CORTLAN k CO.,
fe2l-4t Nos. 216 ami 218 Baltimore street.
SOLUBLE GLASS CEMENT.—For mending
broken parts of Glass, China, Crockery, Stoneware, Por
celain, Wood, etc., believed to )>e the most adhesive cement
knewn. For sale wholesale and retail hv
CORTLAN k CO.,
fe2l-4t 216 and 218 Baltimore street, near Charles.
IC'E FOR SALE.—SOO tons ice from 4i to 5
inches thick, delivered in town or at the house, if applied
for immediately. Apply at 38 South street. R fe2o-tf
CIEMENT.
J Best quality Cement constantly on hand and for sale
at the lowest market price by WM. K) BIN SON,
fe2l-6tr 4 Hollingsworth St., near Pratt st. wharf.
ALCINED PLASTER OF PARIS, of the best,
quality constantly on hand and for sale by
WM. ROBINSON,
fe2l-6tr No. 4 Hollingsworth St., near Pratt st. wharf.
LUB HOUSE GIN AND STEWART SCOTCH
Whiskey, pure as imported, for sale by GREEN k YOE,
88Baltimore st fel6-tfr
W. THOMAS k CO.'S CELEBRATED
• Cincinnati Sugar Cured Hams, fur sale by GREEN &
YOE, 88 Baltimore st. fel6-tfr
SHOVELS, FORKS, HOES AND RAKES.—
The most complete assortment in the market constantly
on hand, and for sale at manufacturers' lowest prices by
M. KEITH, JR., k SON,
ja24-tf 23 South Charles street
PARIS CLOCKS OF THE NEWEST STYLES,
JUST IMPORTED by
CANFIELD, BRO. A CO.,
d2-tf 229 Baltimore street.
ATENT BALANCE?— One large Patent Bal
ance with dish, can hooks, Ac., for sale low by
GEO. L. HARRISON,
6 O'Donnell's wharf.
STEAM ENGINE AND BOILERS.
Two sccond-han 1 Boilers in good oider, and a Thirty
Horse power second-hand Steam Engine, for sale on favor
ble terms. Apply t C. W. BENTLEY,
ja2-lm Front street near Baltimore.
slisffllancotts. I
NBW YORK
AND
BALTIMORE.
THROUGH IN FORTY HOURS.
THE SCREW STEAMSHIPS
POTOMAC, - - - Capt. G. W. Watson.
PARIiERSBURG, - - Capt Wm. Powell.
THOS. SWANN, - - Capt. J. T. Ramsey.
LOCUST POINT, - • Capt. I). French.
GEORGE'S CREEK, - Capt. B. Morley.
Having been refitted with New and Powerful Machinery,
will hereafter
LEAVE NEW YORK,
From Pier 12, N. R., and
BALTIMORE,
from Spear's wharf,
EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
MAKING THE PASSAGE
IN FORTY HOURS,
ft?" Merchants can rely upon the greatest regularity and
dispatch hy this line.
FREIGHT SIX CENTS PER FOOT FROM NEW YORK.
Other goods in proportion.
NO WHARFAGE CHARGED. Shippers to Boston, Provi
dence and Portland can have their Goods promptly for'
warded by this Line free of commission.
INSURANCE—ONE QUARTER PER CENT, effected at the
Office of the Line previous to departure of steamers.
Apply to SAML. T. PEARCE, Agent,
116 SPEAR'S WIIARP,
or to 11. B. CROMWELL A CO.,
86 WEST STREET,
fe 2l-tf New York.
A PERLE AND R U B I S
CHAMPAGNES.
The undersigned have been appointed sole agents, for the
United States and Canada, for the sale of the
CHAMPAGNE WINES
of Messrs. JACQUES GOERG k CO., at Chalons sur.
Marne, France. We present their Wines to the public under
two brands, namely:
LA PERLE AND ItUBIS.
The "PERLE" Wine is of exquisite flavor and fruity taste,
and is guarantied to compare favorably with any Wine in
the American market.
The "RUUIS" is a fine Cabinet Champagne, of a beautiful
Ruby color, which is natural to the wine. This wine is un
doubtedly one of the finest Cabinet Champagnes produced in
France, and is
MADE FROM GRAPES OF THE CHOICEST SELEC
TIONS.
From the long experience, extensive possessions, and large
means of the well known house of JACQUES GOERG k CO.,
and their determination to furnish wines which shall meet
with the approval of consumers, we feel persuaded that a
trial will fully establish all we claim for the excellence of
these wines.
CRAMER, ABEGG k McCLOSKEY,
No. 19 Broad street, New York.
The above Wines for sale at Wholesale in Baltimore,Jby
CHARLES 11. MYERS A BRO.,Exchange Place"
fel6-3mr LAURENCE TIIOMSEN A Co., do. do.
COLLECTION OF CLAIMS,
J IN QUEEN ANNE'S, KENT A TALBOT COUNTIES.
WOOLM AN J. GIBSON, Centreville, Md., respectfully of
fers his services to the Public for the Collection of Claims,
of every description, in the above named counties; in the
recovery of which he will employ the most prompt ami ener
getic means.
From his very extensive, knnupedge of the people, his past
success, and his unwearied application to business, he be
lieyes he shall give entire satisfaction to all who may confide
their business to his care. His charges will be moderate.
REFERENCES:
Philadelphia— Dr. David Jayne; DeCourcy, Lafourcade k
I Co.
Baltimore— Win. Chesnut, Esq., Wm. H. Gatchell, Esq.,
Messrs. \\ ells A Miller, Messrs. Webb At llopper, Geo. Har
inan, Esq.
Centreirille— Hon. P. B. Hopper, Hon. R. B. Carmichael,
Pere W i liner, Esn.
Chestertoum —lion. J. Alfred Pearce.
Elkton —Hon. Alex. Evans.
Easton —Col. Samuel Hambleton. fel4-tf
T 0 T E R s.
Pratt street, between Frederick ami Centre Market,
Where persons visiting the city will find
EVEKY DELICACY OF THE SEASON,
Prepared at the SHORTEST NOTICE, and in SUPERIOR STYLE
FAMILIES SERVED WITH
OYSTERS,
TERRAPINS,
t And GAME,
With PROMPTNESS, by leaving their ORDERS at No. ID Pratt
street, or banding them tntlre drivers of
RINN'S EXPRESS WAGONS,
which traverse the streets at all hours.
N. B.—NORFOLK OYSTERS received daily per Bay Line
Steamers jn29-tf
DYE WOODS, DYE STUFFS, DRY-SALTF.
RIES.
3,otH)bbl3. chipped and ground DYE WOODS;
20 casks Madder, free from sand;
10 " Bleaching Powders, high test;
100 " Soda Ash,
"200 casks and obis. GLUE, Irish and American.
Acids, all kinds. jHond, Cochineal,
Alum, lump and ground, Lac Dye.
, , , Pot and Pearl Ashes,
Bi. Grom. Pot Ash, Pruss. Pot Ash,
Blue Vitrol, j Pumice Stone,
Borax, {Paris White,
China Clay, Roll Brimstone,
Copperas, Red Tartar,
Cream Tartar, Red Lead,
Cudbear, Sugar of Lead,
Cutch, Sicily Sumac,
Emery, 'Sal Soda,
Extract Logwood, Sand Crucibles,
Gum Shellac, Terra .laponica,
ludigo Caraccas, ! Verdigris,
" Bengal, ! Whiting, Ac., Ac.
hor sale by It. J. BAKER,
n2Q-tf 3f> South Charles streg.t.
RICHMOND FLOUR.—The undersigned have
been appointed by the manufacturers, at Richmond,
Agents for the sale in this market of the well known brands
of Hour—"TALLIAFKRKO" and "C. THORNTON," and are
prepared to negotiate for entire cargoes, or less quantities of
this I- lour delivered on hoard vessels at Richmond, at manu
facturers' prices; or in this market, with the addition of usual
charges for freight, Ac.
A supply sufficient to fill orders requiring immediate deliv
ery, will be kept on hand at our Warehouses, to which we
solicit the attention of shippers.
P. MALCOM A CO.,
nl7-tf Bowly's wharf.
\\[ATCHES ! WATCHES ! ! WATCHES !!!
V* Fine Watches, Fine JEWELRY, SPECTACLES and
L> K GLASSES to suit ail ages. Sterling SILVER WARE.
ALBATA WARE of every description. I able Cutlery, Fan
cy (roods, Clocks, Opera Glasses, Ac. All at exceedingly low
prices. W. B. LARMOUR,
Light street opposite Fountain Hotel.
N.B. WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED in th
best manner. jal9-tf
RPHOMAS J. CARSON
BANKER,
DEALER IN EXCHANGE, BANK NOTES, AND
LAND WARRANTS.
COLLECTIONS made on all the principal cities of the
Union and Canada, with prompt returns at lowest rates.
dl 3 tfr
PAPER BAGS.
Of late there has been a serious objection to this article,
owing (oJMPERFECTION IN BOTH PAPER AND MAN
UFACTURE. These objections are now ENTIRELY over
come by the introduction of the
NEW MACHINE MADE PATENT LIP BAG,
being made of the best Manilla Paper, and perfect in ALL
respects, (sizes from ij to 25 lbs.)
Grocers, Confectioners, Druggists, and all others using the
PAPER BAG,
are respectfully invited to call and examine.
J. A. DUSHANE,
* „ „ SOLE AGENT,
fe9-tfV No. 40 S. Charles street near Lombard.
are more durable
are much sironger THAN
SLATE
„ J are more beautiful > MARBLE
MANTLES
will stand heat better M A NTL F. S.
are much cheaper J
For saloby GEO. O. STEVENS k CO.,
fe9-6mr 47 West Pratt street, near Gay.
CI GAL OIL ! COAL~OIL !! COAL DLLLT!!
J THE COAL OIL AM) PARAFFIN'E COMPANY of
Baltimore, having brought up its Oil to a satisfactory stan
dard, now offer it to the public, at their Store,
No 71 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
VY holesale and Retail, iu quantities to suit purchasers, con
fident that for the
BRILLIANCY OF ITS LIGHT,
THE ECONOMY OF ITS USE,
AND ITS FREEDOM FROM SMOKE AND SMELL,
it cannot be surpassed. At a cost of Hi cent per hour, it emits
a light equal to that of five Sperm Candles at five cents per
hour. Dealer* can bef urnislied with a sample by application
at the Store of the Compare, and consumers have an oppor
tunitv of observing he burning of tht Oil. felß-tf
PATEK PHILIPPE'S WATCHES.
CAN FIELD, BROTHER k CO.,
229 BALTIMORE STREET,
Have just received direct from the manufacturers an in
voice of these celebrated Watches, consisting of CHRONO
METERS, Anchor, Escapement, Lever and Lepines, in Ena
meled and Gold Cases, entirely new styles, for sale Whole
ah- and R-t::il. fe9-tf
JJ ILSAMUEL H. GILL";
D E N TIS T,
N. W. COK. HANOVER AND LOMBARD STB.,
jas-ly BALTIMORE.
GET & HOWARD, ~
WAREHOUSE, NO. 69 PRATT STREET,
TEAR BOAVLY'S WHARF,
Manufacture SASH, DOORS. BLINDS, FRAMES, and all
kinds of SASH FACTORY WORK.
Also, furnish every description of BUILDING MATE
RIALS.
ja!2-tfr FACTORY— LOCUST POINT. Balto.
CROMWELL'S STEAMSHIP LINE.
-b=isias££-SHIi"PERS TO BOSTON, PROVIDENCE and
PORTLAND can have their Roods promptly forwarded by
this Line FREE OF COMMISSION, and Bills of Lading
signed through at current rates.
SAM'I, T. PEARCE, Agent,
fe!7-lm 116 Spear s wharf.
CORNS, BUNIONS, NAILS PENETRATING
THE FLESH, extracted without pain, so that the boot
can Ire worn immediately without the least inconvenience.
Also, an Elixir for Corns, for sale by DR. PAINTER, Surgeon,
Chiropodist. Residence, Drug Store, corner of Eden and Ea
ger streets. Fifty cents per bottle. felP-tfr
CENTRIST Y.
<3535 I)K. 11. H. KEECH,
S. E. CORNER BALTIMORE AND ECTAW STREETS,
(Opposite Eutaw House,) Entrance on Eutaw street,)
fel9-tf Baltimore.
OTICE TO CONSIGNEES.— I fhe~¥rig
"ELIZABETH WATTS," from Now Orleans, is dis
charging her cargo at Frederick street dock, of which con- i
signees of cargo will please take notice.
JOHN HENDERSON A CO.,
fel9-4t Consignees of vessel.
IRGINIA PEACII AND APPLE BRANDY.
25 bbls. Prime Virginia Apple Brandy.
5 " " Peach "
For sale hy DE CORMIS & ROGERS,
fels-tf No. 4 Commerce street
CHAMPAGNE.
Charles Heidsick, Marquis de Poncct and dc Merrier
Champagnes, landing this day and for sale bv
DE CORMIS k ROGERS,
fe!s-tf No. 4 Commerce street.
WAX NIGIIT LIGHTS.
An agreeable and economical light for the bed cham
ber, and convenient for travelers. CORTLAN & CO.,
ja!2-tf Nos. 216 and 218 Baltimore street
C. N. CARTL
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HAS MOVED his Office to 31 ST. PAUL STREET, a few
doors north of Lexington street. felO-tf
TTTEAM* ENGINE" IN "FIRST RATE (I'RDKR,
Oand quite as good as when made; 17 inch cylinder, 3u
inch stroke; 75 horse i>ower; will be sold much below its
value. Address Box 1487, Baltimore P. Q. feio-tf
FOR SALE.—SOO lbs. second hand NONPA
REIL TYPE, very little used. Also, about 100 lbs.
BOU RGEOIS CAPS, nearly new, kc. Will lie sold verv low.
Inquire at this Office. felA-tf
BOSTON CRACKERS.—ALWAYS FRESH.
Boston Water, Dyspepsia. Wine, Oyster, Pic Nic, Milk
Biscuit and Soda Crackers for sale by
CEO. HOLLINS,
fels-tmhl2r 14 North Charles street.
REMOVAL.
SHARP, CARR & CO. have removed from 6 Patterson
street to No. 5C SOUTH HOWARD STREET, 3d door ahov
Pratt street. ial2-tf
FRESH MUSHROOMS FOR SALE BY
GEO. HOLLINS,
fe 14-Imh 11 r 14 North Charles street.
SPANISH LINENS, CHINESE GRASS
CLOT IIS, and BLOUSE COATING LINEN, for sale hy
the agen's, ROBERT D. BROWN & CO.,
ja29-tf 18 Hanover street.
HAMS.
25 tcs. N. W. Thomas A Co.'s celebrated Sugar Cured
llains, just received and for sale by
GEORGE A JENKINS,
fl6 12t 3 Commerce street.
DRAFTS ON BOSTON, NEW TORE AND
Philadelphia, for sale by
fel-tfr THO. J. CARSOV
VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA BANK
NOTF.S constantly wanted, at lowest rates, by PUKVIS
& CO., 20S Balti more street. jal I-1 f
STOCKS, BONDS, and all other kinds of Secu
rities of.tbisand other markets, bought and sold, only on
commission, by PURVIS .t CO. jall-tf
(COLLARS! COLLARS!!
J CONSTABLE, WALKER & CO. have just received a
a large assortment of every style of Collars. a fe9-tf
DRAFTS IN SUMS TO SUIT ON ALEXAN
dna, Richmond, Norf.dk, Charleston, New Orleans,
St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville and Pittsburg, by
fel-tfr THO. J. PARSON.
COLLECTIONS mude on all the principal places
of the Union, and prompt returns by
fe'-tfr TllO- J. CARSON.
VIRGINIA BANK NOTES for sale, and wanted
by [fel-tfrj THO. J. CARSON
LAND WARRANTS WANTED, and for sale
by [fbl-tfl THO. J. CARSON
AVERY HANDSOME SLEIGH FOR SALE
by T T. MARTIN & BRO.,
fc9-tt. 72 Calyert street
Jfnsttrawce (Lomputs.
JMYERPOOL ANDLONDON FIRE AND LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY,
No. 56 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
ESTABLISHED IX 183 G.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $10,000,000
THE CASH IN"VESTMENTS OP THIS COMPANY NOW EXCEED
FIVE MILLION DOLLARS.
INVESTED IN THE UNITED STATES, UPWARDS OP
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS.
YEARLY REVENUE,
TWO AND ONE QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS.
TIIK LIABILITY OP THE ENTIRE ROPY OF SHAREHOLDERS UN
LIMITED,
DIRECTORS IN NEW YORK:
JAMES BROWN, Esq Chairman
FRANCIS COTTENET, Esq., Deputy Chairman.
FC?PVP YiutVt K " 1 " I JOS. OAII.LARD, Jr.. Esq.,
El C, E.N EOI Til.ll, Esq, ED. E. SANDERSON Esi!
JOSEPH FOWLER, Esq., | \VM. S. WETMOISE, Esq.
Resident Secretary ALFRED PELL, Esq.
BALTIMORE, Sept. 15,1858
Policies issued on first class risks to the amount of $40,000
the lowest existing rates of the Baltimore Companies.
WM. F. MURDOCH. Agent,
Dungan's Building, Ist door above the "Exchange,'' I.om
hard street, anil No. 15 South Charles st. sls-2wA2awly
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
HARTFORD, CONN.
GEORGE B. COALE, Agent for Maryland and its vicinity.
Incorporated A D. 1810. Charter Perpetual.
A uthonsed Capital $1,(kh)JIOO
Capital Paid in 500,000
Surplus 300,000
ASSETS JANUARY 1,1859.
Cash on hand and in Dank $43,455.22
Cash in hand of Agents and in transit 1 54,827.09
unencumbered, (cash \alue.) 15,000.00
Hills lleceivahle, amply secured 73 174.55
2.101 Shares Dank Stock in Hartford 230,413.00
2>200 " 44 New York 197,750.00
HO ' * " Boston 74.620.00
100 Shares Bank of the State of Missouri 10,000.00
State and City Bonds, 6 per cents 74,215 on
Railroad Stocks 16,250JH)
United States' Treasury Notes 14,035.00
$803,769.80
DIRECTORS.
H. HUNTINGTON, CALVIN DAY,
ALBERT DAY, JOB ALLYX,
JAMES GOODWIN, JOHN P. BRACE,
£!S4 I i r fr E m , - ) IS' EI ' L > CHARLES J. RUSS.
HEN R\ KENEY,
11. HUNTINGTON, President.
TIMO. C. ALLYX, * BOWERS ' Actuar *
C. C. JA MAN, Assistant Secretary.
This old and reliable Company, established for nearly
> IFTY A KAKs.eontinues to Insure against Loss or Damage by
I'."e on Dwellings, Furniture, Warehouses. Stores, Merchan
dise, Wills, Manufactories, and most other kinds of property,
on its usual satisfactory terms.
Particular attention given to insuring Farm Property,
consisting of Dwellings, Darns and Out-Buildings connected,
and Furniture, Live Stock. Hay, Grain, Farming Utensils,
&c., Ac., contained in the same, for a term of three or live
years at LOW rates of premium.
Applications for Insurance may he made to the under- I
signed, tin- itiiiy authorised Agent for Baltimore and vicinity.
Losses equitably adjusted at this Agency, and paid imme
dlately, upon satisfactory proofs in funds current in the
cities of i> cw York or Boston , as the assured may prefer.
GEO. B. COALE, Agent for
... „ , Maryland and its vicinity.
Baltimore, 1* ehruary 12tli, 1859. felS-tfr
MANHATTAN LIFK INSURANCE GO.,
OF NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS,
$ 750,000.
ORGANISED IN 1850 WITH A PERPETUAL CHARTER.
Tins old auil reliable Cornpan y offers peculiar advantages
to those who wish to effect Insurance on their lives. Its af
fairs are conducted l>y a Board of thirty-six Directors, gentle
men of undisputable integrity, and high standing in New
l ork.
. SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY POLICIES were issued
in 1857.
Premiums ean he paid annually, half-vearly or quarterly.
This Company has deposited with the Comptroller of New
York
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS,
for the security of Policy Holders generally.
RISKS taken to all parts of the world, and very liberal
travelling privileges granted.
Policies issued jointly on the lives of Husband and Wife—
the whole amount of Policy payable to the survivor.
Military, Naval Officers, and Officers in the Merchant Ser
vice, insured at equitable rates of Premium.
X. D. MORGAN, President.
„ . . . _ C. Y. WEM PLE, Secretary.
I amphlcts containing Rates, with all necessary informa
tion, furnished on application to the undersigned.
. „ E. J. RICHARDSON & SON,
ja!3-eo6mr Agents for Maryland.
(Q OL UMB IAN (MARINE) INSURANCE
COMPANY.
N E W I- O li K.
CASH CAPITAL PAID UP $5W,000
ASSETS NOVEMBER 30TI1, 1858 $1,016,848.33
THUS. LORD, President.
B. C. MORRIS, Vice President.
PIERRE C. KAXE, Secretary.
The undersigned respectfully solicits application for Insu
rance in this desirable office.
SOL. P.. DAVIES, Agent.
DA VIES & WARFIELD,
fell-tfr 16 Spear's w 11arf.
BALTIMORE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
(ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF H \LF A CENTURY
S. W. CORNER SOUTH AND W ATER STREETS.
This Company INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
1.1 i IRE, in the city or country, on the various descriptions
or property.
BOARD OP DIRECTORS.
J. I. COHEN, JR., President.
R. A. Taylor, Win. Gilmor,
r,f*m^ :ir " 9on ' I enniugton,
S. 1. 1 homuson, Joshua I. Cohen,
jokers, Francis T. King,
J •}} • Alricks, Henry Carroll,
S. O. Hoffman, R. s. Steuart,
S* v Jl d • W , i|9on ' Wm. H. Brune,
>\. r. \\ orthmgton.
f 22 eotfr FRED'K WOODWORTTT, Secretary.
TJNION MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
NEW YORK,
CAPITAL $1,300,000.
MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.,
NEW YORK,
CAPITAL $950,000.
EQUITABLE SAFETY INSURANCE CO.,
BOSTON,
CAPITAL $900,000.
VIRGINIA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO.,
RICII.MOM D,
CAPITAL $200,000.
Merchants nf Baltimore wishing to effect MARINE or IN
LAND INSL RANGE with the above Companies, will
please apply to
WILLIAM SPEAR,
No. 05 Second street,
d*l-tf Baltimore.
DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY
I N SUK AN G K GO MPA N Y
OF PHILADELPHIA.
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania 1535.
MARINE. FIRE,
AND
INLAND
INSURANCES.
ASSETS, Novemlter Ist, 1858, $398,804.70.
WILLIAM MARTIN, President.
tie-vox' ivmrravßOMAS C. HAND, Vice President.
HEN ill LYLBCRN, Secretary.
..The undersigned, having been duly appointed Agent of
this Company, is prepared to receive applications for lnsu
ranee as utiove, and is instructed to give notice to all persons
in tins city w.io desire to place risks witli said Company,
that their applications for Insurance must be made at their
agency in Baltimore. IIKNRY A. 1)11)1 KR,
Building, (i.iv street.
J U S T P BDLI S if E 1)7
TRIALS OF A PUBLIC BENEFACTOR,
AS ILLUSTRATED IN TIIE
DISCOVERY OF ETHERIZATION.
A handsome 12m0., 472 pp. Price sl.
ILLUSTRATED WITH THREE STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
Prepared under the recommendation of the following
Phj sieians and Surgeons, forming the Executive Committee
for raising a National Testimonial for the discoverer of
anaesthesia:
JOHN WATSON, M. D„ GURDON BUCK, M. D.,
WILLARD PARKER, M. D„ JAMES R. WOOD, M. D„
JOHN W. FRANCIS, M. I)., VALENLINE MOTT, M D ,
JOSEPH W. SMITH, M. D.,
A NEW HISTORY.AND BIOGRAPHY,
IX ONE VOLUME.
Pt. DNEY A RUSSELL have just published a new and
highly interesting volume, entitled the
TRIALS OF A PUBLIC BENEFACTOR,
BY N. P. RICE, M. D.
12m0., 472 pp. Price One Dollar.
TO THE GENERAL READER,
seeking for information or entertainment, it will be a vol
ume that will amply reward his perusal. The whole ground
is novel, and of the highest interest.
TO INVENTORS
and those who use inventions, this narrative of the losses
and trials under the most appalling discouragements, of one
whose discovery "has made the world his debtor," will havo
an unusual attraction.
TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION
it is, therefore, of permanent value; indispensable as a his
tory, and inspiring in the lessons of patience and perseve
rance, and indomitable energy, which are set forth in the
Biography of Dr. W in. T. G. Morton, the discoverer of the
anaesthetic properties of sulphuric ether.
TO THE MEN
who have suffered, or may suffer the tortures of a surgical
operation, this will show how it may be endured without
pain, and
TO THE WOMEN
who, in woman's hour of sorest need, would pass from agony
to peaceful slumber, this work will possess an engrossing in
terest.
The CIRCUMLOCUTION" Office at Washington, and all
who have dealings with it, and whoever is cDgaged in the
pursuit of justice under difficulties, amid the mazes of Con
gressional Committees of Government; officials; in short
whoever would know
HOW TO DO IT
and
HOW NOT TO DO IT,
should read this Book.
Sent by mail, postage free, to any part Vjf the United
States, on receipt of sl, by
PUDNEY &SRUSSEI.L, Publishers,
No. 79 John street, N. Y.
For sale by CUSHINGS A BAILEY, Baltimore.
THE TRADE SUPPLIED. felS-eofit
DR. JAMES CORRIE,
1) E x TIS r,
IN COMPANY WITH
BRYSOX GILL & SONS,
NO. 6ti SHARP STREET,
(BETWEEN PRATT AND LOMBARD STREETS.J
la-llv 'BALTIMORE.
"VTOTICE.—DR. W.M. H. HOWES lias RE
AM MOVED his Office to No. 88 NORTH EI'TAW ST.. be
tween Saratoga and Mulberry streets, and is now prepared
to perform all operations in the Dental profession Teeth ex
tracted by the Galvanic Process. jal!*-fiiu
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
l AI subscriber, administrator, under the laws of Virginia, of
the late TH<)MAS C. ATKINSON, who died in Alexandria,
in the said State of Virginia, intestate, intends to apply'to
the Franklin Coal Company to transfer three hundred shares
of the capital stock of said Company, now standing in the
name of said deceased intestate. S. F. BEACH,
fe!6-2aw4w u Administrator.
IT* <i. WATER:-: x SUN,
• No. a Lw HriLDiNGs.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AGENTS
Continue the SUPERVISION .PURCHASE,
And SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
And negotiate Loans on Mortgages.
Commissions moderate. ja-tfr
rpilE PARAGON COLLAII7~~
X A new style Garote Collar, just invented, and so ar
ranged that itcannot be broken down. For sale on vbv
CONSTABLE, WAI.KKK & CO
fe9-tf r 15. r > Baltimore street
TF DAVIS,
YV • AMBKOTYPF. AND PHOTOGRAPH
GALLFRY.
No. 121 BALTIMORE STKF.F.T,
anlfi-tim three doors above South. Raltlmore
HAY AND STRAW.
Prime Timothy Hay and Straw in bales, for sale by
rs.r u- i .. SAM'L A. HOUSE,
" 256 W. Pratt street. 2 doors east of Howard.
QTURAGE—Storage lor Flour, Tobacco, &c.,
k_7 on second loft; also for light goods on upper lofts of the
ie a 'V'.' us fue Proof warehouse. CURRY, NEPIIEW
A CI 1., 57 W. Pratt street. fejpif
FRU 1 T T R E ES~.
J. HENRY GREENWAY A CO.,
* S.CALVERT ST.
Agent for A. Saul A Go's HIGHLAND NURSERIES,
New burgh Nw York, successors to A. J Downing A Co.
MUTTON HAMS—A prime lot, just received
andZfor sale by GREEX A' Baltimore st. fel6-t
tftotafam,
PRIVATE TUITION.—A GRADUATE OF
HARVARD COLLEGE, who graduated in honors, and is
' oi experience in teaching, wishes to prepare in this city a few
I pupils for College or otherwise. High references can be
I K>ven : Address J. 11. C.,213,X. Eutaw street. fels-2w*
MOUNT WASHINGTON COLLEGE FOB
YOUNG LADIES.— The WINTER SESSION begins
-November .3(1,1858. The course of instruction in the usual
branches is full ami thorough, being undei the direction of
e f lLien ' acuity of able and experienced Teachers. Kv ivy
necessary appliance required for Female education is at the
command of the Institution. Parents who desire a thorough
eduction for their daughters, with the comforts and ad-
CS Christian family, are invited to examine the
i? further "information.
Rev. GEO. Lh>\ Is MAUI.,, Principal. Mount Washington
Baltimore Go., Maryland, or Rev. Dr. 11 FIN KR, Second st.
Baltimore. CaUdognes can be had at CUSIIINGS a BAI
LEY'S, Baltimore st. gls-]y
SLANTS.
WANTED TO RENT.— DWELLING
FL'iii HOUSES in various parts nf tlie citv. Persons liav-
J£TSULIK VACANT HOUSES are N que.- red to leave a de
scription thereof with us. having great facilities for obtaining
responsible tenants. Commission moderate.
F. G. WATERS A SON,
, „ Real Estate Agents.
JUFL-tf No. 3 Law Buildings.
WANTED —A good SECOND-HAND STEAM
ENGINE of about 12 to 15 horse power. Apply to .IAS.
L< IK.N FK A M >.\ S ,|2l -tf
ITRI KILBURN
J HAVING TAKEN THE WAREHOUSE
No. 45 SUI T!I STREET,
(Directly opposite Guilford street,)
IS PREPARED TO SUVPLV
SHIPPERS AND OTHERS
WITH
BUTTER,
packed in anv sized package,
FOR EXPORTATION.
Having bad Jong experience in this business, lie confl
dent that he can give general satisfaction.
U. K. intends to give his special attention to all orders en
trusted to him, ana he hereby solicits a share of the trade of
the city.
HOTELS, EATING HOUSES or FAMILIES, wanting a
choice article of BUTTER, can be supplied a- uitove.
UKI KILBURN, 45 South street,
tfr < >ppoite Guilfard street.
DR. BAAKF.E
TREATS ALL DISEASES FREE OF CHARGE.
Dr. BAAKEE will also give special attention to the follow
ing cases: Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Croup, Influenza.
Asthma, Bronchitis, and all other diseases of the Throat ana
Lungs. He will devote particular attention to the treatment
of all skin diseases—Lumbago, Scrofula. Rheumatism, (acute
ul'd chronic.) Neuralgia, Paralysis. Epilepsy, Dyspepsia,
1 lies, and all derangements of the Stomach, Liver and Row
els; and also to all chronic Female direuses. Special atten
tion will be given to the treatment of the
TtT . EYE and EAR.
Without the use of the Knife or Needle, and he has constant
ly on hand an excellent assortment of l>eautiful Artificial
Eyes, and Tympanums, or Ear Drums, suitable for either sex
and all ages—inserted in five minutes.
DR. BAAKEE has made a new discovery of a Fluid that
will produce perfect absorption of the Cataract* and restore
perfect vision to the Eye without the use of the knife. Dr.
Baakee can produce one thousand certificates of his perfect
success in curing Cancer, old .Sores or I lcei>, Fistula, Swell
ings or Tumors of every description, and without the us of
the knife. Special arrangements must be made with Dr.
Baakee for the treatment of the last named diseases, us they
will require his constant advice and attention.
DR. BAAKEE is one of the most skillful and celebrated
Surgeons and Physicians now living. His fame is known
personally in nearly every principal city in the world.
All letters directed to Dr. Baakee, (enclosing ten cuts,)
from any distance, correctly stat ing tii* nature of the disease
shall be promptly answered, and the patients treated bv cor
respondence FREE OF CHARGE.
Office hours from 8 A. M. to SP. M.
DOCTOR BAAKEE.
No. 74 LEXINGTON ST., between Charles and Liberty sta,
Baltimore, Md. n2O-tfr
QAS FIXTURES AND FIXINGS.
BT, A I R A CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
GAS FIXTURES,
. No. 366 W. BALTIMORE STRUM.
V B.—Gas Pipe introduced by experienced workmen, uud
warranted free from leaks.
RE-GCILPINQ, RE-BRONZING, and SILVERING done at the
shortest notice. ap29-tfr
OLDEST
IN THE CITY.
ANDREW E. WARNER,
No. m NORTH Git STREET,
nMtTnn , MAXUFAUTURER OA
SI EVER WARE AND FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
AND DEALER IN
SILVER PLATED WARE,
AND FANCY ARTICLES GENERALLY.
Has in store a beautiful assortment of New Styles and Pat
terns of Rich Jewelry and Silver Ware suitable for presents,
embracing a great variety of Set and Plain Gold BROOCHES;
Mosiac. Carhunkle, Coral, Pearl, Lava. Cameo, Etruscan, Ate.
EAR RINGS; BRACELETS; FINGER RINGS, set with
Diamond. Ruby, Emerald, l'earl ; opal. kc.\ Ladie<" GOLD
CHAINS; Vest and Guard Cham-: Miniature LOCKETS;
Gold Thimbles; Cuff Buttons and Pins; Signet. Chased and
Plain Gold Rings, Pencil .and Pens; Sleeve BUTTON'S and
STUDS; Gold and .Fet Grosses; Jet Bracelets; Pius and Ear
Rings; Hair Jewelry of beautiful designs, kr.
Also a complete assortment of Besi (Quality Heavy Silver
Plated TEA SETTS. Waiters, lee Pitchers, Cake Baskets,
Fruit, Butter and Salt Stands, Castors, Candle Sticks, Pearl
Handle Dessert Knives, Spoons, Forks, Ladies' FANCY
ARTICLES, Ac., which will be sold on the most reasonable
terms. s2O-tf
"VTEW YORK
li STEAM SCOUR TNG
ESTABLISH M E N T ,
OFFICE 142 LEXINGTON STREET,
_ f _. 4 „ , BALTIMORE,
u e would beg to call the attention of the public to the fact
that we are prepared to do, iu the most superior manner, ev
ery description of
SILK AND WOOLEN CLEANING.
M e have no French patent right for covering up spots; hut.
by certain improvements in niacliin-ry of our own, couplea
with the chemical k now ledge necessary to effect the same,
are now ready to thoroughly < ieanse ev'.'ry description of la
dies', gentlemen's and child-en's wearing apparel, whether
made of VELVET, SILK or WOOLEN GOODS, and do not re
quire the ripping of the seme, excepting in cases where it
would he of decided benefit so to do. Particular attention
paid to CAMEL'S HAIR, WHITE CRAPE, ami other SHAWLS,
LACE CURTAINS, SILK DRESSES, EMUROIDERIES, MERIXOES,
KID GLOVES, SHI.
SPOTS OF GREASE, OIL. PAINT. ICE CREAM,
or of any other nature taken out, if po<. ible, without cleans
ing the whole garment. i.Vntl men's garments will he pre
,>arV11 '' H re^u ' ar or > thus insuring a proper finish.
| J3HAZILIAN PEBBLE SPECTACLES.
I GKDE<)>C has returned to this city, and can be
found at the new Store of Mr. J Ah xand.r. No. 137 P.AFTI
MORE STREET, five doors east of Cal'.ert : treet, where he
keeps a full supply ofthe.se celebrated Spectacles.
These Spectacles are used now by hundreds in this city,
and are too well known to require any further recommenda
tion.
REFERENCES.
Prof. N" R. Smith, M. i : Prof. W. Miltcnberger, M. P.;
Prof. 11. W. Ibtxley, M. D.; Prof Joseph Henry, of the Smitti
sonlan Institute, Washingt<>n. j:i27 Jmr
QILVKR PLATED GOODSS,
k5 FL'CII AS
Tea ?ets ? Spoons and Fork",
Liquor and Table Castors,
Fruit Baskets, I.a (lies.
Butter Plate", Pitchers, Ac
, , __ Table Cutlery, line Ivory and Common.
Table Mats,
Japanned Toilet Sets,
Tea Trays, Waiters,
Coal Hod", AT.,
At lowest ppices, at PARR'S CHINA HALL,
dll-tf 211 Baltimore ytreet.
BLUE INDIA CHINA PLATKS7
HI XNER SETS and detached pieces,
Rich India China Tea S- L- .
Punch Bowls, Vases,
and a variety of separate pieces, at
PARR'S CHINA HALL,
•yCoods hired to parties, Ac. 211 Baltimore street.
dll-tf
MOUNT VERNON < ; r>~
OFFICE, NO. t'4 I.OM HARD STREET,
Manufacturers of
COT T0 X VAXV AS .
A LSO,
RAVEN'S DUCK, SEINE AND SEWING TWINE,
ap.'totfr
WALKER A CO.,
C L OT 111 ER s,
WASH IXGTOX BT!I.DINGS,
BALTIMORE STREET,
011-tfr Between Light and Calw?rt streets.
KATES"AND~,sLeIgH BELLS at Manufac
1 Oturers' prices.
FOCLT.VKY i TRIMBLE,
I Successors to
D.B.TRIMBLE,
jal-tf 2uo Baltimore street,
OFFICE OF THE
JL AR YI.AXN SPORTMAN'S CLUB,
POL'LTVEY & TRIMBLE,
Ssuccops-.-rs to
J), il. THIMBLE,
jnl-tf - IH> BFRIMORE .treet.
DEAN, A DAMS AND DEAN & COLT'S KE
YOLVEKS, KlDilll sire.
POULT.VKY K TRFMBI.E,
Successors to
I>. it. TRIMBLE,
jal-tf 2<>o BaUimore streo
PURDY'S, LANCASTER'S and DEAN
urns 1 A Dean's GI'N'S, imiiorteil to order, L>y
FOULTNKY K TRIMBLE,
Successors to
I). B. TRIMBLE,
jal-tf AM Baltimore street.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL DUCK
GUNS.
POULTNEY II TRIMBLE,
Succs-ssors to
1). B. TRIMBLE,
Jal-tf Baltimore stroct.
rpHE CELEBRATED Carroll Island Duck
X GUN, by Westly Richards.
POULTNEY A TRIMBLE,
Successor.* to
. D.K.TRIMBLE,
{ Jal-tf 2iio Baltimore street.
DOUBLE BARREL BIRD GUNS.—By Rich
ards, Manton, Gerener, Moore, and all English makers;
i for sale by
POULTNEY A TRIMBLE,
Successors to
D. B. TRIMBLE,
jal-tf 21*0 Baltimore street.
BOYS' SINGLE AND DOUBLE RAIIRE
BIRD GUNS.
POULTNEY K TRTMBI.E,
Successors to
1). B. TRIMBLE,
Jal-tf Baltimore street.
I FRENCH BREECH-LOADING IT GUNS.
FOULT.N K V Jk TRIMBLE,
Succesors to
D.B.TRIMBLE,
ajl tf 2"t Baltimore street.
EVERY ARTICLE IN THE SPURTING LINE,
to l>o liad at
TLIK SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE,
POULTNEY k TRIMBLE,
Successors to
It. B. THIMBLE,
jal-tf 200 Baltimore street.
TANUARY IST, 1859.
IMPORTANT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
HAMILTON EASTER A- CO.,
199, 2OL ANI) 203 BALTIMORJJ STREET,
ARC NOW SKI.UNCI THEIR
ENTIRE STOCK
—AT—
I GREATLY REDUCED P RICE S!
1 We call special attention to our stock of SILKS .AND SILK
! ROBES, froiq low priced to richest imported Wt Oil I'N
DUES. GOODS, in plain and printed Merinoes mul
SAXONY'PLUIIS' VAI ' EXC ' AS AN,I N D.EXUUIBIBKS
A I.ARBB STOCK OP
PARIS EMBROIDERIES,
Marked down twenty-five per cent.
A LARGE STOCK OP
SIUWI.S AND CLOAKS,
Selling below Cost.
HOUSEKEEPING and
FAMILY GOODS'.
MOURNING GOODS
IT IS our intention to close out our entire stock AS far aa
pQEMPItb previous to I • brnary Ist. H-tfr
MANUFACTURED
V - ANI) LEAFTOBACCO,
J „ I!AA ANA CIGARS. Ac
;470ft'' U ' K X,; - MAM FAUTUKKD TOBACCO. „f
4 AFS-FLAVORI'E lirands. qna:iti, -sand -. r.-E -ived fiviu
U'Vh't L" Viiuit.iaaiwl NorthCaroUna
!t ,(1 '• >o!!A to; >!,• \.
( "-• e\9 , , ( Q{ ~U I - imptrtal-in
0 7(1 1 ''\ N I ULIC i !• I.KAI TOBACCO,
extra wrappers and selections, from some of the
Ix <t eroDS.
100 CASES do. do.. Fillers.
1 .J ". CASES PEN'VAISEED LEAF TOBACCO, Wrap
± -*vipers and 1 illcrs.
IIHDS. MASON' CO. LEAF, choice quality.
1 •700;00Ohnmdi rf'i,fii/ V and clan' s.
bMHKINtJ Tt>BAC(O. A nvw article manufactured at Ha
vana. of the choicest \ uelta de Abajo Tobacco, expressly for
the city retail trade. ;n ?< lb. papers and ca-"
17ft l i i!, ' s ,,y |u /' ! >' !A s, i' , El\i; i"'iiAUCO, well
J 4 "adapted for the Giykxts' tnule.
M e are receiving regular supplier of the above named arti
cles, and invite the attention of the trade to our stock which
we otter tor sale on liberal terms
... .. CHAS. D. DEFORD A CO.,
r f ' r T gnutb Cnv cf.
SHOULDERS. —ioo,ooo pounds in Dry Suit,
to arrive next week. For sale by JOSEPH CARSON 4
G". d.TO-tf
LACE SCARFS.
A large assortment just received by
.... CONSTABLE, WALKER k CO.,
60 Baltimore street

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