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BALTBIOKK.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 18G0
It is perfectly well understood, liere and else
where. that the people of the border States cannot
stand idly by and permit the secession movement
in the South to attain its full development. The
issuei too viial a one to he regarded with indif
ference by any man in the Republic, and Maryland
Las too much at stake to remain an impassive
sjiectator of the struggle. She would be recreant
to all sense of patriotism and duty if she' failed to
take an active part in this grave contest, and she
must therefore, sooner or later, speak out deci
sively and clearly. Nor will her words be un
heeded by those to whom they may be addressed,
for her position gives her a right to expect great
consideration at the hands of the North and the
South alike, and her known devotion to tbe
Union, and her fidelity to her constitutional
obligations, entitle her to the respect of the peo
ple of all sections. Whether her counsels may
prevail or not, they will certainly, if wise and
timely, influence very materially the course of
comino- events. It is all important, however, tbat
she should neither act herself nor proffer advice to
other States until nfter the most mature and delib
erate reflection. If she ventures to move without
fully comprehending the nature of the crisis, she
will inevitably render herself powerless for the
future, for in such critical periods as the present a
false step can seldom lie retrieved before the op
portunity which might have been turned to good
account has gone forever. For these reasons, we
seriously doubt the propriety of any attempt to
elicit, at this juncture, an expression of opinion
from the people of our State or city. Many good
citizens, disquieted by the fearful portents that
darken the political horizon, and sincerely anxious
to avert if they can the ruin which is apparently
impending, have within the past few days contin
ued to urge the necessity of some immediate ac
tion, and almost all of them have suggested a
town meeting as the most appropriate mode of
arriving at and making known to the world the
views of the people of Baltimore. Before acceding
to this proposition, the public is bound to contem
plate its probable results. We have endeavored
to consider it impartially in all its bearings, and
are compelled to confess our inability to see how
the movement can in any way benefit the cause
we have all so much at heart. On the contrary,
it is to be feared that such a meeting would only he
productive of evil consequences. In the first
place, public opinion has not developed itself here
sufficiently to enable any one to judge whether
any series of resolutions that might he drafted
would prove acceptable to the majority of our cit
izens. Many of these differ widely about the
means the South has taken to enforce her
demands, and it would he difficult to frame any
measures or recommendations which would meet
the views of all parties. Unless this was done,
however, the disagreement which the progress of
events might, in a short time, obliterate, would he
fomented and break out in open dissensions, and
we could never thenceforth hope to unite in nny
effective efforts to allay the discords of our breth
ren elsewhere.
But suppose there should be greater unanimity
of sentiment here upon the points referred to than
we imagine, would the proceedings of our town
meeting even then ~e likely to forward our ends?
In the present situation of affairs, what can we say
or do that is calculated to bring the dispute be
tween the North and South in the slightest degree
nearer to an amicable settlement. If, in nicely
balanced phrases, we gently find fiuilt with both
sides, and recommend conciliation and prudence,
we shall probably offend or incur the contempt of
both. If the quarrel between them was but a
hasty ebullition of temper, or was a purely polit
ical one, we might trust that stirring appeals to
common memories and common hopes would bring
both sections enthusiastically together again under
the common flag. But if, as we are forced to be
lieve, we are on the verge of revolution, not only
will mere sentiment go for nothing, but those who
hesitate to take some decisive stand will be speedily
ignored in the strugle. At such times men must
talk and act to some purpose, or it becomes them
best to be altogether silent. If there is any force
whatever in these observations, it follows that
something more than a series of patriotic, though
vague, generalities ought to be proposed to our
town meeting. But here another difficulty awaits
us. The moment has not yet come when we can
throw all our weight into either scale. We cannot
denounce the movement which the Southern States
have made, because, by so doiug, we will assuredly
precipitate the catastrophe we hope to avert.
The North would, in such case, misunderstand
our action, and insist that, as Maryland did
not feel called upon to resent the aggressions
of the anti-slavery party, the complaints of
South Carolina must be merely factious or
frivolous; and the States which have here
tofore resorted to unconstitutional legislation
in order to defeat the Fugitive Slave Act would
be induced by our conduct to imagine tbat the
secession movement is far weaker than it really is,
and they would then refuse to repeal their objec
tionable laws, or to make the slightest concession.
Moreover we would, by indicating a want of sym
pathy with the South, drive the latter into in
stant rebellion. It would be vain to tell her,
when she thought herself deserted by the border
States, that she could protect her rights better in
the Union than out of it. She would regard us as
the allies of those who have so constantly assailed
her, and believing herself to be overmatched as
well as injured she would at once try the desper
ate remedy of revolution. If wc strengthen the
North and deal harshly with the South, we will
unquestionably accelerate rather than retard the
dissolution of the Confederacy.
But on tlio other baud we cannot commit our
selves fully and freely to the cause of the South
As we do not precisely know as yet how far the
people there are disposed to go we cannot pledge
them our support. If they desire disunion for
its own sake, aud determine to accept no com
promise, but to establish a Southern Republic, and
perhaps reopen the slave trade it may then be
our duty to repudiate, without qualification, all
connection with them. But if they only claim
their Constitutional rights, and demand that the
North shall abstain in future from all interference,
direct or indirect, with their domestic institutions,
it will be incumbent upon us to stand by the Slave
States firmly and fearlessly to the last.
Such are some of the objections to the proposed
town meeting that meet us at the start, and it is for
our citizens to decide whether or not they are in
surmountable. In our judgment they seem to be
so. But, at all events, it must, we think, be con
ceded that it is at least a doubtful question whether
the hasty action which has been suggested will be
productive of good results, and, under such cir
cumstances, it is safer to pause than to proceed.
The Southern Conventions and Legislatures will
soon assemble, and we will then learn what the
people of that section require. They will state
both their motives and their objects; and, in the
meantime, we trust that patriotic and conservative
men everywhere will so actively and quietly
exert themselves that, when the crisis comes, we
shall find the South disposed to put forward mod
erate and fair demands, and the North inclined to
make reasonable and just concessions. But,
whether affairs take a worse or better turn, we
will, a few weeks hence, be enabled to see our way
clearly, and the instant we can do this, we hope
that Maryland will promptly encourage, with her
voice, and aid with her arm if need be, the side on
which the right and the truth shall be found to
stand.
We published iu our local column, on Saturday,
a long list of Judges of Election, wbo bad been
attached to ensuer at the Criminal Court, for an
alleged failure io comply with certain provisions
of the election law enacied- at the last session of
the General Assembly. It is hut due to the large
number of good citizens and faithful officers who
were so unceremoniously and UDjustly dealt wilb,
that we should refer our readers to the proceedings
which took place, in regard thereto, in the Crimi
nal Court, on Saturday, sod which will be found
reported in their proper place. It will there be
seen that a very large majority of the Judges at
tached had already deposited the certificates re
quired by law, with the Board of Police, who had
efficially communicated the fact to the Grand
Jury, and were, by special appointment, to have
handed them to that body yesterday. It will
further be seen, that even over those who had i
failed to deposit the certificates in question, the
Grand Jury had no jurisdiction whatever, in the
way of compulsory attachment, and that conse
quently the whole proceeding was altogether ille
gal and unwarranted. The most cursory exami- j
nation, indeed, of the provisions of the law, will
render it perfectly manifest, that the Judges of !
Election are expressly allowed until the adjourn
ment of the Grand Jury, either to go before that
body and testify what they know, in regard to
violations of the election laws, or to furnish j
sworn certificates that no such violations
have come to their knowledge. It is only upon |
I their failure to do the one or the other of these I
two things, "before the adjournment of the
Grand Jury that the latter body has any right to
act in the premises; and, even then, the only ac
tion on their part which the law directs is a pre
sentment to the Court "on the adjournment" of
the Grand Jury of all the judges in default with a
view to their indictment at the next term. The
idea of attaching the Judges for contempt in not
appearing is not countenanced by the law, di
rectly or indirectly, and indeed the issuing of a
stringent and expensive process, like that of at
tachment, is not legal or allowable without the
previous issue of a summons, even in cases over
which the Grand Jury has theclearest jurisdiction
in the ordinary way. It is to be regretted that
there should have been nobody connected with the
Court either able or willing to prevent such a mis
take from being made, resulting as it did in great
inconvenience and injustice both to the Judges of
election and the Board of Police, wiio had faith
fully discharged their duty. Indeed it is singular
that the only official conduct over which the G land
Jury have publicly exercised their superintendence
during their session should have been that of offi
cers so clearly free from any just imputation.
Without attributing to the Grand Juy themselves
anything more than an unintentional and honest
error, we cannot but regret tbat they should have
contributed in any way, unjustly to cast odium
I upon the provisions or the administration of one
of these salutary remedial measures, which there
is too evident a tendency in certain official quar
ters to embarrass and bring into discredit.
So far as the few Judges of Elec: ion are con
cerned, who had not yet furnished, on Saturday,
their certificates as required by law, and whose
liability to 'lie costs of attachment was not deter
mined by Judge BOND, we can only say, tbat that
delay ought to occasion no surprise. They are
allowed until the adjournment of the Grand Jury
to discharge the duty imposed on them, and cer
tainly they could have had no reasonable ground
for believing that the Grand Jury intended to ad
journ, with the most important business before
that body—the indictment of Mr. WHITNEY —Ieft
undone. Looking at the list of gentlemen com
posing the Grand Jury—many of them among our
best citizens—it seems impossible, and utterly in
consistent with the respect to which they are per
sonally entitled, to realize that they can have
contemplated relinquishing their labors, with that
chief and leading duty to this community left
wholly undischarged. We will not believe in the
probability of such an occurrence, until there
ceases to be room for doubt or hope. Such action,
on the part of such a Grand Jury, in view of the
demonstrable and demonstrative misfeasances of
the State's Attorney in his office, would be the
most severe blow—we do not hesitate to say—that
could be aimed at public confidence in the re-es
tablished integrity of the administration of the
laws.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN MEXICO. —We under
stand, says the New Orleans Picayune, that circu
lars are out in Mexico for the choice of Presiden
tial electors, to assemble the coming month of
February, for the election of a successor to the
present head of the Constitutional Government
Juarez. This is in accordance with the terms of
the Constitution, but in the present state of the re
public, torn and distracted as it is by civil war, we
do not see how it can be canvassed to any good ef
fect.
CHINESE AFFAlßS.— Commodore Stribbling, com.
manding the Americ an squadron in China, writes
to the Navy Department, from Shanghai, under
date of Sept. 4, that in consequence of the repulse
of the Chinese rebels in their attack upon that
place, they had taken measures to prevent tea and
silk from being sent in from the country. Trade
was thus stopped, and no improvement could be
expected until the rebels are expelled from the
great cities which sustain the business of Shanghai.
THE WINANS PATENT CASE.— We understand that
the suit which has been pending for some days in
the Circuit Court of the United States, at New
"York, involving the right 3 of Mr. Iloss Winans, in
a patent on the steam engine, was decided on Sat
urday in his favor.
MUSICAL.— The debut of Madame Fabbri, on last
Thursday night, was eminently successful, and
since then we have heard but one opinion—and
that highly favorable—expressed as to her merits.
Her voice is powerful and of immense range, and
her trill is, we think, the very best we ever heard.
Her voice and singing improve decidedly upon ac
quaintance, and : it was evident that her audience
warmed towards her as the concert progressed.
Stigelli and Formes acquitted themselves admira
bly, and were rapturously applauded. The success
attending the entertainment was so great that the
management have concluded, in accordance with
general desire, to give another on Wednesday night
next, when the great lyric trio will again appear.
We ought not to omit to say that Mr. Mulder's
piano forte playing fully came up to the represen.
tations made ol it.
I'ROFESSOR ANDERSON NOT GOING AWAY. —Front
Street Theatre is to be opened to-night by Profes
sor Anderson. Having played out the nine nights
of his engagement at Ilolliday Street, the Wizard
has been prompted by tlie patronage which has so
lavishly fallen to his share, to essay his fortunes in
another direction, and invites those who have seen
him already, and those who have not seen him at
all, to visit him at Front Street Theatre. That
there may be no hindrance to their doing so, lie has
placed the price of admission at twenty-five cents
to all parts of the house, except the reserved dress
circle, IO which the admission is to be fifty cents.
All the gallery is to be given up to the colored
population.
CONCERTS BY THE BLIND. —It is announced else
where in tbis paper that the pnpils of the Balti
more Blind Asylum will give a series of concerts
of instrumental and vocal mnsic at the Maryland
Institute during tbis week. Having frequently bad
opportunities of judging the talents and proficiency
exhibited by them, we are satisfied that the most
critical musical taste will be pleased with their
rendering of the geins of tho opera and other diffi
cult compositions. Considering the charitable ob
ject, the entertainments, we hope, will be liber
ally patronized.
THF. ODD FELLOWS' LEVEE. —The grand levee of
the Odd Fellows, for the benefit of the library Of
the Order, will take place at the Hall on Gay street
this evening. Every arrangement has been made
that can contribute to the entertainment and pleas
ure of the company.
JEFFEKSON AT THEHOLLIDAY STREET.— This favor
ite actor commences an engagement this evening
with Manager Ford, in one of his very best parts—
that of Bob Acres in the comedy of the Rivals. The
name of Jefferson, at the Holliday Street Theatre,
will awaken in our old citizens many recollections
of past pleasure. The father was quite as well
known to oar fathers as the son is to us; and while
those who remember the former think he was un
equalled, those who know the son do not see bow
any one could surpass him.
[COMMUNICATED.]
Messrs. Editors: —You will oblige a constant
reader by giving place to the following extracts:
With many the idea seems prevalent that a
State may peaceably secede from the Union—may
withdraw from it without causing violence or dis
turbance to the nation. On this point Daniel Web
ster spoke in his last great speech in the Senate,
on the 7th of March, 1850:
PEACEABLE SECESSION.
Mr. President: —l should much prefer to have
heard, from every member on this floor, declara
tions of opinion that this Union could never be dis
solved, than the declaration of opinion by anybody
that, in any case, under the pressure of any cir
cumstances, such a dissolution was possible. I hear
with distress and anguish the word "secession," es
pecially when it falls from the lips of those who
are patriotic and known to the country, and known
all over the world for their political services. Se
cession ! Peaceable secession ! Sir, your eyes and
mine are never destined to see that miracle. The
dismemberment of this vast country without con
vulsion 1 The breaking up of the fountains of the
great deep without ruffling tjie surface! Who is
so foolish, I beg everybody's pardon, as to expect
to see any such thing ?
Sir, he who sees these States, now revolving in
harmony around a common centre, and expects to
see them quit their places and fly oil", without con
vulsion, may look the next hour to see the heavenly
bodies rush from their spheres and jostle against
each other in the realms of space, without causing
the wreck of the universe. There can be no such
thing rs peaceable secession! Peaceable secession
is an utter impossibility! Is the great Constitution
under which we live—covering this whole country
—is it to be thawed and melted away by secession,
as the snow on the mountain melts under the influ
ence of a vernal sun, disappear almost unobserved,
and run oil? No, sir! No sir!! 1 will not state
what might produce the disruption of the Union;
but, sir, 1 see it plainly as I see the sun in lleaven,
what that disruption itself must produce; 1 see
that it must produce war, and such a war as 1 will
not describe, in its two fold character.
Peaceable secession ! Peaceable secession !! The
concurrent agreement of all the members of this
great Republic to separate ! A voluntary separa
tion, with alimony on the one side and on the other!
Why, what would be the result? Where is the line
to be drawn? What States are to secede? What
is to remain American? What am I to be? An
American no longer? Am Ito become a sectional
man, a local man, a separatist, with no country in
common with the gentlemen who sit around me
here, or wbo fill the other House of Congress?
Heaven forbid! Where is the flag of the Republic
to remain? Where is the eagle still to tower? Or
is be to cower, and shrink, and fall to the ground?
Why, sir, our anceston, our fathers and our grand*
fathers, those of them that are yet living amongst
us with prolonged lives, would rebuke and reproach
us; and our children and our grandchildren would
cry out shame upon us, if we of this generation
should dishonor these ensigns of the power of the
government and the harmony of that Union which
is every day felt among us with so much joy and
gratitude.
THE UNION.
I profess, sir, in my career hitherto to have kept
steadily in view the prosperity and honor of the
whole country, and the preservation of our Federal
Union. It is'to that Union we owe our safety at
home, and our consideration and dignity abroad. I
Itis to that Union that we are chiefly indebted for
whatever makes us proud of our country. That '
Union we reached only by the discipline of our vir
tues, in the severe school of adversity. It had its
origin in the necessities of disordered finance, pros- !
trate commerce, and ruined credit. Under its i
benign influences those great interests immediately
awoke, as from the dead, and sprang forth with
newness of life. Every year of its duration has
teemed with fresh proofs of its utility and its bless
ings; and although our territory has stretched out
wider and wider, and our population spread farther
and farther, they have not outrun its protection or
its benefits. It has been to us ail a copious foun
tain of national, social and personal happiness.
1 have not allowed myself, sir, to look beyond the
Union, to see what might be hidden in the dark
recess behind. 1 have not coolly weighed the
chances of preserving liberty, when the bonds that
unite us together shall be broken asunder. I have
not accustomed myself to hang over the precipice of
disunion to see whether, with my short sight, I can
fathom the depth of the abyss below; nor could 1
regard him as a safe counsellor in the affairs of this
government, whose thoughts should be mainly bent
on considering, not how the Union should be best
preserved, but how tolerable might be the condi
tion ol the people when it shall he broken up and
destroyed.
While the Union lasts, we have high, exciting,
gratifying prospects spread out before us, for us
and our children. Beyond that 1 seek not to pene
trate the veil. God grant that, in my day, at least,
that curtain may not rise! God grant that on my
vision never may be opened what lies behind!—
When tny eyes shall be turned to behold, for the
last time, the sun in heaven, may I not see him
shining on the broken and dishonored fragments of
a once glorious Union; on States dissevered, dis
cordant, belligerent; on a land rent with civil
feuds, or drenched, it may be, in fraternal blood!
Let their last feeble and lingering glance rather
behold the gorgeous ensign of the republic, now
known and honored throughout the earth, still full
high advanced, its arms and trophies streaming in
their original lustre,not a stripe erased or polluted,
nor a single star obscured —healing for its motto
no such miserable interrogatory as What is all this
worth? nor those other words of delusion and folly,
Liberty first, and Union afterwards;- —but every-
where, spread all over in characters ot living light,
blazing on all its ample iolds as they float over the
sea and over the land, and in every wind under the
whole heavens, that other sentiment, dear to every
true American heart—Liberty and Union, now and
forever, one and inseparable I — Daniel Webster, of
Massachusetts.
THE EFFECTS OF DISUNION.
Threats of resistance, secession, separation, have
become common as household words, in the wicked
and silly violence of public declaimers. The pub
lic ear is familiarized, and the public mind will
soon be accustomed to the detestable suggestions of
Disunion! Calculations and conjectures, what may
the East do without the South, and what may the
South do without the East—sneers, menaces, re
proaches, and recriminations—ali tend to the same
fatal end! What can the East do without the Sonth?
What can the South do without the East? They
may do much; they may exhibit to the curiosity of
political anatomists—and the pity and wonder of
the world, the "disjecta membra," the sundered and
bleeding limbs of a once gigantic body, instinct
with life, and strength and vigor. Thev can furnish
to the philosophical historian another melancholy
and striking instance of the political axiom, that all
republican confederacies have an inherent and una
voidable tendency to dissolution. They will present
fields and occasions for border wars, for leagues
and counter-leagues, for intrigues of petty states
men, the struggles of military chiefs, for confisca
tions, insurrections and deeds of darkest hue. They
will gladden the hearts of those who have proclaim
ed that men are not fit to govern themselves, and
shed a disastrous eclipse on the hopes of rational
freedom throughout the world. Solon, in his code,
proposed no punishment for parricide, treating it
as an impossible crime. Such, with us, ought to
be the crime of political parricide—the dismember
ment of our "fatherland."
Surely, such a country and such a Constitution,
have claims upon you, my friends,which cannot be
disregarded. I entreat and adjure you, then, by
all tbat is near and dear to you on earth—by all
the obligations of patriotism—by the memory of
your fathers who fell in the great and glorious
struggle—for the sake of your sons, whom you
would not have to blush for your degeneracy—bv
all your proud recollections of the past, and ail
your fond anticipations of the future renown of our
nation—preserve that country 1 Uphold that
Constitution! ltesolve that they shall not be lost
while in your keeping, and may Cod Almighty
strengthen you to perform that vow.— Judge Gut
ton, of South Carolina.
We cannot do with less than the whole Union;
to us it admits of no division, in the veins of our
children flows Northern and Southern blood; how
shall it be separated? Who shall put asunder the
best affections of the heart, the noblest instincts of
our nature? We love the land of our adoption; so
do we that of our birth. Let us ever be true to
both; and always exert ourselves in maintaining
the unity of our country, the integrity of the lie
public.
Accursed, then, be the hand put forth to loosen
the golden cord of Union! thrice accursed the trai
torous lips which shall propose its severance!—S.
S. Fretilin t, of Mitninsippi.
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JAMBS H. JOHNSON
FALL STYLE OF HATS, 1860,
Are now ready, together with SOFT HATS, of various
patterns and colors.iftt QUAIL'S.
No. 238 Pratt street.
526-3ra near Hanover-
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
C OAL OFFICE
IN BALTIMORE.
COAL AND WOOD.
J. HENRY GIESE & CO.,
NO. 9 SOUTH STREET.
ALL COAL SOLD BY US WEIGHED BY SWORN
WEIGHER. aaJHf
LADD, WEBSTER k Uo.'s
TICHT-STITCH
S E W I N O MACHINES,
FOR FAMILIES AND MANUFACTURERS.
No 131 BALTIMORE STRXBT
524 tf Between C .Ivert and South streets
DR. A. A. BLANDY,
SUCCESSOR TO DR. C. A. HARRIS,
030 tfr 51 NORTH CHARLES STREET.
WILD CHERRIES.
A fresh lot dried this season, the only remedy for St. Vitus
Dance, and all nervous diseases, for sale with instructions
for using them, by A. J. HAMPSON,
nIO-tf 81 N. Charles street.
KINDLING WOOD 1 KINDLING WOOD 11
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD OF ANY SIZE.
At Office of City Steam Fire Wood Mill,
No. S NORTE STREET.
,10 T f JAS. B. JOHNSON
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, NOVEMBER 19, 1860.
Aggregate CAPITAL Represented,
§10,000,000.
Johnston's Insurance
Rooms,
73 Ct 7 5 Second St., Baltimore.
MARINE AND FIRE POLICIES ISSUED UPON APPROVED
RISKS, WITHOUT THE DELAY OF CONSULTING
THE HOME OFFICES.
Losses adjusted and paid at this Agency with
out reference to the Parent Offices.
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
COMPANIES. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.
Security Ins. Co. of N. Y. $600,000
Phenix " " 307,000
Resolute " " 247,000
Montauk " " 200,000
New World" " 245,000
Lorillard " " 264,000
Insurance Co. of State of Va. 300,000
Ins. Co. of the Valley of Va. 351,000
Albemarle of "V irginia 200,000
Lynchburg " 385,000
Northern of London 6,298,800
MARINE DEPARTMENT.
Mercantile Mutual of N. Y. 1,125,000
Lynchburg of Va. 385,000
Insurance Co. of State of Va. 300,000
Citizens' Ins. Co. of Va. 200,000
All Licensed by the State of Maryland.
THOMAS D. |OHNSTON ?
73 7 5 Second Sl
SECURITY
FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY.
Capital, $500,000
Surplus Aug. 1,1860, .... 133,584
$633,584
Liabilities $6,400.
THE DIRECTORS have this day declared
A SEMI ANNUAL CASH DIVIDEND
op
FOUR AND A HALF PER CENT.
On the Capital Stock of this Company, PAYABLE ON
DEMAND.
AND ALSO,
A "DIVIDEND TO POLICY HOLDERS"
OF
TWENTY-SEVEN PER CENT.
On the Earned Premiums of all "Participating Policies,
(according to terms of agreement,) lor which Scrip will be
issued on Ist October next.
JOSEPH WALKER, President.
T. W. BIRDSAI.L, Vice President.
R. L HAYDOCK, Secretary.
THOS. D. JOHNSTON, Agent.
73 and "5 Second street.
PATENT
SHOULDER SEAM
SHIRTS!
SHIRTS!
SHIRTS!
PERFECT FIT WARRANTED OK NO SALE.
Unequalled by any.
NEW STYLES OF FRENCH BOSOMS.
EMBROIDERED BOSOM SHIRTS.
FINE LINEN AND MUSLIN SHIRTS.
MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
COLLARS, TIE!, STOCKS.
GLOVES AND HALF-HOSE.
HANDKERCHIEFS.
SIIIKTS.
W. P. TOWLES & BRO.,
PATENT SHOULDER-SEAM SHIRT-MANUFACTORY
143 Baltimore street,
Under Carroll Hall.
SOLE AGENTS FOR J NO. CLARK, Jr., & CO.'S MA
CHINE COTTON. Also,
PATENT FLOOR SKATES. nir. tf
SHIRTS! SHIRTS!
Made to order
by
Measurement,
in beat manner and of
Finest materials,
by
MY IMPROVED PATTERN,
land
WARRANTED TO FIT.
W. F. OWENS,
nls tf 105 Baltimore street
ISRAEL k CO.
IVORYTYPES.
WATER COLORED
AND
MEZZOTINT
PHOTOGRAPHS
juli tf 125 BALTIMORE STREET'
ROOFING ! ROOFING ! ! ROOKING !!!
ECONOMY, DURABILITY AND SECURITY
WARREN'S
FI RE AND W ATER PRO< > F
FELT AND COMPOSITION ROOFINO
Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing purposes
PERFECTLY FIRE PROOF,
PERFECTLY WATER PROOF,
UNEQUALLED FOR ECONOMY,
UNRIVALLED FDR DURABILITY,
ADAPTED TO EVERY CLIMATE
For further information address or call on
JAS. H. JOHNSON,
No. 2 Jarvis Building, cor. North and Baltimore st 3.,
jy2C-tf Baltimore
3,000 SWEET ORANGES
In beautiful order, the finest this season, for sale low by
A. J. HAMPSON,
nlO-tf 81 North Charles street.
IMPROVED GLYCERINE CREAM.
The best preparation ever offered to the public for the cure
and prevention of Chapped Hands, Lips, &c. One or two
applications of this Cream will render she skin soft, smooth,
and delicately white. Prepared only by
N. HYNSON JENNINGS A CO., Pharmaceutists,
010-tf No. 88 N. Charles street
PARKER BROTHERS' LONDON CLUB SAUCE. —This
celebrated Sauce is fast superseding all others. From the
richness .and delicacy of its flavor, it has attained a popu
larity almost as great m this country as in Europe. For
sale by all first-class grocers and by their agents,
GREEN & YOE, Importers,
031 tf 88 West Baltimor street.
WESTLEY RICHARDS' AND MOORE & HARRIS'
BIRD AND DUCK GUNS.
MERRILL, THOMAS &ICO-,
s!9-tf 239 Baltimore street
BOGLE'S AMERICAN
ELECTIC HAIR DYE,
Is as superior to all others as the meridian sun to a candle
All imitate BOOLE, even to his style of advertising, which
for years has been headed
Tnz BEST HAIR DIE IN THE WORLD."
Now others (New Yorkers) without brains, steal and copy
this. Their Dyes are as miserable as their invention is con
temptible. Avoid them all! Bogle's has been awarded
Medals and Diplomas over them ail, and, to their dismay,
pronounced the only Hair Dye to be used with safety. No
green tints, no smut, no skin staining, 110 humbug, but re
liable, safe and sure. For sale at
BOOLE'S BAZAAR,
202 Washington street.
For sale in Baltimore by SETH S. HAN'CE, 108 Baltimore
street, and by druggists generally. jas-eotf
To DI CKERS AND THOSE WHO WISH TO KEEP THEIR
FIET DRY.— HENDERSON A CO., under Barnum'S, has just
received from London, per Steamer Edinburgh, a small
consignment of Water-proof BOOTS— 3uch as has never
been seen in this maiket before, suitable for the worst kind
of weather. Call and examine. nl7-3t
JOSEPH HARRIS,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
The firm of DULANY & HARRIS having been dissolved by
mutual consent, July 23, 1860, JOSEPH HARRI3 would
respectfully inform his friends and the public that he has
taken store.
No. 52 NORTII HOWARD STREET,
Third door above Lexington street, east side.
A select assortment of fine FRENCH CLOTHS, CASSI
MERS AND VESTINGS, of ail colors and styles, for the
Fall and Winter wear. Having secured the services of a
Practical Cutter, all goods sold will be made in a style of
neatness and taste that cannot be excelled.
AGENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
A call is respectfully solicited. n!7 tJI
COLT'S FIVE BARREL REPEATING
SHOT CUNS.
MERRILL,, THOMAS A CO.,
Agents for Colt's Patent Fire Arms,
sio-tf 239 Baltimore street
ECONOMY I ECONOMY 1!
A DOLLAR SAVED IS TWO DOLLARS MADE.
This can be done by purchasing Wood already Sawed an ~
Split, at Office of City Steam Fire Wood Mill,
No. 3 NORTH STRUT.
SNUF JAMES H. JOHNSON.
DR. KENNEDY is continuing his good offices in
relieving oar citizens from corns at his Rooms 9t Saratoga
street. Dr. Kennedy cuies Corns and Bunions in a wonder
ful manner, without either pain or bleeding. We hope that
Mr. Kennedy's sue ess will be such as will repay him for
years of study. oUi-ly
No SCSPESSON !
NO SUSPENSION!
NO STOP
to Adams' $1.75 fine Shirt, well made of New York Mills
Muslin, fine round thread linen, and of good fit, made to
order or ready made.
Good Shirts at lower prices.
Making Shirt 9 75 cents each.
All on the cash, cash, cash system.
ADAMS',
146 TV. Baltimore street, up stairs,
ni tf Opposite Carroll Hall
YEDDO TEA—A delightful article, part of the
FIRST IMPORTATION FROM JAPAN, just received and
far sale by GREEN 4 YOE,
osi-tf 83 W. Baltimore it
NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
Messrs. BHOUEY & EIGELBBRNER, favorably known
for many years in this city, have recently opened an exten
sive store for the sale of GAS FIXTURES, &c., at No. 9
under the EUTAW IIOCSI, Baltimore street. Purchasers
will find by calling* that they can buy of this accommodat
ing firm to great advantage, and that a better stock to select
from could not possibly be found. We take pleasure in
recommt n.ling them to the notice of our friends and readers
o!7 f
BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY'S COAL.
CHARLES GILMOR,
SOL E A G E N T
Office, No. 53 SECOND STREET, 2d door from the Post Ofii e
Yard, CORNER OP YORK AND WILLIAM STREETS.
The undersigned having been re-appointed the
SOLE AGENT
for the
SALE OF THE ABOVE
C„E LEBRATED COAL
IN THIS MARKET,
Takes this method of informing consumers of Coal, and the
public generally, that he is prepared to fill their orders foi
any size and quantiy at the lowest market prices, end with
despatch.
The reputation for superiority of this article of fuel OVER
ALL OTHERS, is now so well established, having been
very generally used in this market for the past
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS,
that the Agent deems it only necessary to state that
it is now, as heretofore, prepared in the veiy best man
ner, of uniform size, and free from bone, slate, and othsr
impurities.
I am enabled to fill, at the shortest notice, orders for
ANY QUANTITY
of the
BALT IMOR E Cf>9lPA N V*S
or
GEORGE'S CREEK
BITUMINOUS COAL,
For Shipment, Manufacturing, or Steaming Purposes
AT VERY LOW RATES
I would also say that there are a number of parties in this
city, dealers and others.
WHO ADVERTISE AND REPRESENT THEMSELVES
as selling the Baltimore Company's Coal. By reference to
my contract with the President of the Baltimore Coal Com
pany, which can be seen at tnv office, it will be perceived
THAT NONE OF THIS COAL
CAN BE HAD
EXCEPT THROUGH ME,
OR MY REGULARLY APPOINTED AGENTS,
WHO HAVE WRITTEN AUTHORITY TO SELL.
CHAS. GILMOR,
No. 58 Second street, near the Post Office.
Orders through the Post Office attended to. jel-tf
EMPORIUM OF ART.
JAMES FRYER invites attention to the very extensive
assortment of Looking-Glasse3 now in store, suitable for
every position and of all sizes.
Mantel Mirrors, Pierj and Wall do. - oval and square
Cornices, Tables, Brackets, Consols, Ac., at unequalled
prices.
The latest English and standard French Engravings al
ways in stock.
Particular and undivided attention is given to the depart
mentof PICTURE FRAMES. Also, frames for Miniatures
Photographs, Portraits, Ac.
FRYER'S Galleries,
No. 31 South Calvert sheet.
INTERESTING TO PURCHASERS OP FINK YVATCHES.
William Dixon's, London, and Jules Jurgensen's, Copen
hag-t) WATCHES; Eugene Breguet's NICKEL WATCH
CLARK'S BALTIMORE WATCHES, the best Time-Keep
ers, for sale by GABRIEL I). CLARK, coiner of Calver
and Water streets, Importer of Fine Watches, Jewelry, Gold
Chains, Silfer and Plated-Ware, Lecoultre's Swiss Razors
and Strops, Gold, S.iver and Ste-1 Spectacles, to suit al
ages. New goods now in store. Purchasers will pleaseca
Notice—Store C< R n *~t OA i. V K.RT AND WATER BTS
Bailimore anlfi-t
J. LIPP k Co., GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING AND
FußNisutxo STORE, corner of Baltimore and Paca streets,
has ;! vly -' •> hand aw< '.l selected stock of CLOTHS, CAS
MMERES AND VE3TINGS. Also a full assortment of
MADE CLOTHING. Particular attention paid to CUSTOM
WORK— Our customers guaranteed FULL VALUE for their
money, our system being < >NE PRICE. 525 3m
LADIES' FANCY FURS!
Sable Cape 3, Muds etui C .fid!
Mink Sable Capes, Mulls and Cuffs !
Fitch Capes, Muffs and Cuffs!
Siberian Squirrel Capes, Muffs and Cuffs!
Together with a large and select assortment of Children's
and other Fancy FURS.
Also, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Fancy HATS an I
CAPS,
To be had at QUAIL'S,
826 3m No. 233 Pratt street, near Hanover.
GILMOUR'S DINING SALOON.
The neat and handsome improvements of this spacious
and elegant SALOON, are now completed, giving to visitors
all the cmfdrts and privacy of a first-class establishment.
MEALS AND REFRESHMENTS
of every kind can be had without any delay, at all hours
during the day, and till a late hour at night.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
can rely upon finding THIS SALOON, at all times, a quiet,
agreeable and pleasant place of resort.
The Proprietor, who is well ami favorably known to our
citizens and the public a3 a'.CON FiSCTIONER and CATER
ER f is as usual prepared to furnish at short notice, every
variety of Cake for Weddings, Dinner-parties, Ac.
GILMOUR'S DINING SALOON,
125 Baltimore street, near South,
022-lm and corner of Madison and Eutaw streets.
o-jD THE BALTIMORE ASSOCIATION FOR
THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE POoR.—A Stated Meeting of the Board of Managers
will b * held in the Central Office,Xo. 21 West Fayette street,
on MONDAY EVENING next, November 19th, at 1% o'clk.
A full attendance is earnestly requested.
nl7-2t pAu Z. D. BRASHEARS, Sec'y.
I. O. O. F. —GRAND LEVEE
VK-i FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE LIBRARY.
At the request of many memb rs of the Order, the Library
Committee will hold a BRAND LEVEE at the HALL,
NORTH CAY STREET, on MONDAY EVENING, 19th
instant. The arrangements making by the committee are
such as will insure a night's enjoyment to all who may
attend.
PROFESSOR REUCEERT'S POPULAR MUSIC is en
gage • fr the occasion, and the REFRESHMENT DE
PARTMENT is in the hands of BROTHER KERCH.
TICKETS (admitting a Brother and Ladies) ONE
DOLLAR To b.- had of any member of the Committee,
and at the Janitor's Room on the evening c.f the levee. By
order, JAMES YOUNG,
n!2-Tu sat,:ion,4t Chain- an.
ST. ANDREWS SOCIETY.—An Ad
\K.i journed Meeting of the ST. ANDREWS SOCIETY
will be held at the GILMOK HOUSE, on MONDAY EVEN
ING, the 19th inst., at 7 o'clock.
W. MACKINTOSH,
nl9-.°.t* Sec n-tary.
OFFICE OF THE
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
INSURANCE BUILDINGS, 49 WALL ST.;
NEW YORK, October 31, 1860.
The following statement of the affairs of this Company is
published in conformity with the requirements of the 10th
section of the act of its incorporation:
Premiums on unexpired risks, 4th Oct., 1859.... $308,943 65
Premiums received during the year to
4th Oct., 1860, on Marine Ri5k5....51,222,074 2S
" Inland Risks.... 57,575 47
" Fire Risks 36,463 64
Total amount of Premiums $1,055 057 04
Amount of Earned Premiums during the year.51,221,692 65
41 Return Premiums 89,095 37
" Net Earned Premiums.- $1,132,597 28
Losses during the year-
Oil Marine Risk (less Savings, &c.). 5763,471 73
" Inland do " 3,499 00
" Fire do " 715 12
$767,685 S5
Expenses and Reinsurance 81,753 70
Net Piofits $283,157 73
The ASSETS of the Company on the 4th of October, U-60,
were as follows, viz:
Real Estate and Bonus and Mortgages $549,500 00
Stocks, Loans cn Stocks, Accrued Interest on
Bonds and Mortgages and Loans, Rents on
Real Estate, Salvages, &c 281,018 29
Cash 123,274 76
Bills Receivable 772,066 52
Premium Accounts not yet collected 16,682 50
Scrip of Sundry Companiei estimated 18,680 u0
$1,761,222 07
The Board of T n ftees have this day directed that a Divi
dend of Interest to the 1-t of November, 18C0, be declared
of SIX PERCENT, on the outstanding Scrip of the Com
piny, payable on and after that day.
Also, that a Dividend of TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT.
IN SCRIP to the dealers with the Company, on their tormi
na" eJ Premiums of the past year, be issued after the Ist of
January next.
It is farther ordered that the Scrip of the year 1555, ar.d
SEVENTY PER CENT, of the year 185G, be redeemed in
CASH after the Ist of JanuaJy next; the interest thereon to
cease on that day; and thereby leaving an amount of ac*
cumulated Profits of over ONE MILLION OF DOLLARS.
By order of the Board,
WILLIAM H. NEVIUS, Secretary.
Agent in Baltimore,
0. OLIVER O'DONNELL,
nlO-lm No. 51 Exchange Place.
RENT. —Large ROOM on the first floor
. of the Franklio Building for rent; recently fitted up at
much expense, with gas, wat-r, fcc. Also, an adjoining
Room. Apply at 59 SO ITHjG A Y ST. nl9 tf__
TN"THE CIRCUIT COURT~FOR BALTIMORE
1 < ITY, 17th November, 1809.—MARTIN V. B. CLOUGH
AND OTHERS vs. EDWARo THOMPSON.—Ordered, that
the sale made and reported by George 11. Cinnamond, Trus
tee for the sale or ground rents in the proceedings men
tioned, be ratified aud confirmed, unless cause t: the con
trary thereof, be shown on or before the 10th day of Decem
ber next; provided, a copy of tins order be inserted in some
newspaper printed in Baltimore, once in each or three suc
cessive weeks before the I'Uh day of December next.
The report states the amount of sales to be s*3o.
ROBERT J. KERR, Clerk.
True copy—Test: ROBERT J. KKRK,
nl9 law3w* Clerk.
I[BLOUR AND WHISKEY.—Ohio Floor, Fami
ly and Extra, for sale by the dray load or otherwise.
Also, Rye and Ohio High Proof Whiskov, for tale by A. L.
\vvi'B & BKO., comer of Pratt and Commerce sts. it
CRANBERRIES.— 28 bbls. Western, for'sate
by A. L. WEBB & BKO., corner Pratt and Commerce
streets. lt_
PARAFFINS CANDLES.—A new and beauti
ful article, perfectly transparent, and of superior quali
ty. For sale by A. L. WEBB A BKO., corner Pratt and
Commerce sts. It
AMILY FLOUR.—Welch, Phleeger, Araby,
Weaver, and Fagin's Ecicurean—all choice brands, and
for sale at lowest rates. MEIX3EL & GRAFTON, 119 Pratt
street. n!9-5t
I" BATHER ~AND BUTTER.—I6O tubs and
jtkegs low priced Butter, and 500 Sides Rough Skiriing.
for ale by MEIXBBL h. GRAFTON, 149 Pr attst. moot
CILICQUOT S ! M PERIAL CH A M PAG NE,
/Green Seal —2OO cases r<t3. .and ots.; 100 cases Royal
Grap- Champagne, just received and for sale by J. B.
CHARRON A CO., Sole Agents, corner Hanover and Lom
bard sts. r. nl9-tf
W( JR0ESTEI i SI 11 R K SA I CK.—
half pints, pints, quarts and gallon Jats in store, ami
for sale by J. B. CHARRON it CO., Sole Agents, corner
Hanover'and Lombard sts R nl9-tf
PORT, MADEIRA AND SHERRY WINES,
from low to superior grades, in bonded warehouse and
in store, for sale by J. B. CH aRRoN A CO., corner Hanover
and Lorn* ard sts. R nlu-tf
BUTTE, T. FUR NORTH AND SOUTH.—74
kega prime Glades, received to-day, good enough for
North or South. ELLICOTT k HEA KS, 59 Exchange
Place. n!9 tf _
BACON. —100 lihils. prime Sides and Shoul
ders, for sale by JOS- CARSON' k CO. _ nl9 tf
PORK. —Mess, Prime, Rumps and Prime Mess,
for sale by JOSEPH (ARSON ACQ. nl'. tf
WM T. MURDOCH THOS. W. RICHARDS
(Late Lind &• Murdoch.)
MURDOCH & RICHARDS,
ARCHITECTS AND SUPERINTENDENTS,
COBNEBOF CAIVBUT AND BAI.TIUORI STS.,
n2-tr Third Story.
G. LIND,
. ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT.
Southwest corner of Charles anil Fayette streets.
n2 t( Entrance on Fayettee street
CHARI.ES BLAKI. .losErn SEVAN
QHARLES BLAKE & CO.
DEALSRSIN
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVER-WARE. 4c,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
No. 217 BALTIMORE STREET, near Charles. sl7 2mr
AN DEER GLOVES
w. p OWENS FOR DRMNQ
•IS-tfr 205 Baltimore street
ilUSttllitttCMS.
BALTIMORE
BAG FACTORY.
SHIPPERS OF GRAIN
SUPPLIED
WITH ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF
■N ANY QUANTITY AND AT VERY SHORI
NOTICE.
WE lIAVE ALWAYS ON HAND
FARMERS' AND MILLERS'
2,214 and 3 bushel,
SEAMLESS,
DUCK,
AND HEAVY TWILLED BAGS
ALSO,
A HANDSOME VARIETY OF
PRINTED
FLOUR AND CORN MEAL
BAGS
GUNNY B A C 3
OF ALL SIZES,
FOR SALE VERY LOW.
JOHN C. GRAFFLIN,
NO. 77 SOUTH STREET,
tfr Opposite Corn and Flour Excbaui^e
MARTIN GILLET & CO.,
CORNIR os LOMSAUB AND FSSDERICR STESSTS,
BALTIMORE.
GILL, GILLETS & NOYES,
NEW YORK,
WHOLESALE DEALERS
TEA.
n9 tfr
GEO. M. GILLET,
IXtfPOB.T£R .&ND DEAI/fR 124
TEA,
No. 50 South Gay Street.
B A U G H'S
H.AW-BOKT E3
PHOSPHATE OF LIME
ANALYSIS:
1 TO 8 PER CENT. OF AMMONIA,
aril
55 PER CENT. BONE.PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
For Fall Seeding it is a most invaluable manure, being
made from pure KA W-BON E.
IT ACTS DlßECTLY—bringing forward the young
shoots of the grain and grass, giving them a vigorous
growth, healthy color,and imparting strength and stamina.
IT IMPROVES THE LAND PERMANENTLY. It does
not, like Peruvian Guano, stimulate the growing crop, and
leave the soil exhausted, hut leaves the land permanently
benefitted.
FARMERS AND PLANTERS GIVE IT A TRIAL.
It is rapidly working its way into favor, and is a reliable
fertilizer.
Price 415 per ton of 2,000 lbs., in Baltimore, in strong sacks
of 160 lbs. each.
MACDONALD & DUGDALE,
I'K.VKR McELDERRY'S WHARF AND PRATT STS.
WAREHOUSE!—
M. KEITH, Jr., <fc SON,
AGENTS FOHL
NA VI.OK. CO.,
OFPER FOR SALE AT LOWEST RATKs!:
SQUARE CAST STKF.L H IN. TO 4 IN.
OCTAGON " V, IN. TO 1M IN.
FI.AT " ALL SIZES.
DOUBLE SHEAR "
ROUND MACHINERY "
ENGLISH BLISTER, GERMAN AND HAMMER STEEL
AND
CAST STEEL BELLS.
02.1-tJlr 23 SOUTH CHARLES ST.
IIAZLEHURST & CO.,
VULCAN WORKS,
BUILD
(RON HULLS AND ENGINES FOR
STEAMERS.
STEAM FIRE ENGINES.
TZIOET ROOFS.
IRON BRIDGES.
RAILROAD CAES AND MACHINE Y
BOILERS, CASTINGS, &C.
aui'oi'.mr
O H O W - O A SIS ~~
IJ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Aisufftcturrd, and an assortment Always on hand,
and Tor sale by
JOHN MAYER,
my.4-ft AN A Ll* T
MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO
HAVANA CIGARS,
9TRGINIA SMOKING TOBACCO, &c.
We offer to the trade our large and well assorted stock
the above articles, including:
nifikO packages of manufactured tobacco,
• "" J0%70f standard and popular brands, comprising every
description of style and quality. We would invite attention
particularly to our stock of EXTRA FINIS and FANCY Tobao
os, which is unsurpassed. As we are Agents for the lead
ing Manufacturers of Virginia and North Carolina, we are
constantly receiving fresh supplies of all kinds of Manufac
tured Tobacco, and are prepared to answer orders to any
extent.
QCA CASKS CONNECTICUT
jCOV 1 SKED LEAF TOBACCO
Wrappers and Fillers, of very superior quality.
11/5 BALES HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO,
ofour own importation, comprising choice wrappery descrlp
tion, and very superior high flavored fillers.
CUBA AND YAKA LEAF TOBACCO.
A supply always on hand adapted to the wants of the trad.-
VIRGINIA SMOKING TOBACCO,
In barrels, half bbls., and hales oflO lbs. each
TURKISH SMOKING TOBACCO,
(if superior quality, in drums ofl and 10 lbs. each.
1 £QN (UU I HAVANA CIGARS, of well known and
111/ VERY popular brands, and every variety of
style, selected in Havana expressly for us, and of our own
importation. We are prepared to execute with dispatch
orders to any extent for any of the brands manufactured at
Havana.
CHAS. D. BEFORE & CO.,
NL6-tfr 37 S. Gay afreet.
FOR FREDERICKSBURG, VA.,
ABSBBLAND LANDINGS ON RAPPAHANNOCK
RIVER
The Maryland and Virginia Steamboat Company's steam
er WM. S ELD EN,\Capt. W. B. Kirwan, will resume her
route to the above placet, leaving Baltimore from her
WHARF, FOOT OF SOL Til STREET, on
TUESDAY, Feb. 14th, 1500. at 1 o'clock, P. M. Returning
will leave Fredericksburg FRIDAY MORNING. Feb. 17th,
at 4 o'clock, for Baltimore, stopping, going and returning,
at all of the usual Landings on the river, to land freight and
passengers.
Freight lof every description received Monday and
Tuesday, up to the hour of sailing
1&~ Blank Bills of Lading, of the form used, can be had by
applying at her office, foot of South street.
Through freight promptly attended to. Charges paid
and forwarded with dispatch.
For informatiion, freight or passage, (having excellent
State Room and berth accommodations, ) apply to
THOS. CLYDE, President,
Foot of South street.
(Or on board the Boat.)
Agents in F edericksburg— ADAMS k FRENCH.
P. S.— The SELDEN will continue to run the above days
and hours during the season. mhß-tfr
BREWSTER & CO.,
CARRIAGE MAKERS,
373 and 371 BROOME, cor. of Motf street,
NEW YORK,
Invite the attention of the gentlemen of Baltimore to tliei
EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT,
devoted exclusively to the MANUFACTURE OF FIRS
CLASS CARRIAGES of every description,
(LIGHT ROAD WAGONS A SPECIALITY.)
Specifications and Drawings will be furnished upon ap
plication, by mail or otherwise, to parties who may desireto
order.
The following gentlemen among our Baltimore patrons
have permitted U3 to refer to them as to the excellence and
style of our work:
Jos. Wilkins, Esq , C. M. Jackson, Esq.,
B. M. Makepeace, Esq., W. Gilmer Hoffman, Esq.,
W. A. Loney, Esq., Geo. S Brown, Esq.,
Wm. Woodville, Jr., Esq , Alex. I>. Brown, Esq ,
Geo. Cooke, Esq., Thos. D. Johnston, Esq.
H. Wilson Harris, Esq., Frank Sullivan, Esq ,
Samuel Hurlbut, Esq.,
Lloyd Lowndes, Easton, Talbot county, Ma.
Col. Edward L10yd. 44 14 " " tje27-R
SPORTING,
BLASTING.
AND SHIPPING POWDER,
For sale at Manufacturer's prices, by the Agents,
A. L. WEBB A BKO.,
S5-tfr corner Pratt and Commerce streets
HA Y I NG RBOBIV ED
OUR
FALL Ayn WINTER STOCK,
WE RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
our friends and the public to our very best selected and
choice styles of goods. We are fully prepared to make
-.'-ftr the most fashionable garments possible to be ob
a inc.; in this city or elsewhere.
We will guarantee satisfaction to all who give us a call
r. L. FRIES k CO.,
No. 1 St. Paul street,
•n tfr Bonk of Baltimore Building.
A CARD"
2A. As the season is advancing, w- would be pleased to
be favored by those who have not yet made a selection in
TH" Stove line, as we think we can now offer even greater
inducements to purchase of us Our stock is large and well
assorted, and whoever wants almost any description of
STOVE for household comfort, can be supplied at our IS
tablishment.
| Our friends will not forget the Old Stand.
8188 & CO.,
Baltimore Stove House,
nl4-t.llr 39 Light street.
Mount VERNON COM PA NY
OFMCE, NO 9T LOMBARD STREET.
Manufacturers of
COTTON CANVAS
ALSO,
RAVEN'S DUCK, SEINE AND SEWING TWINE
ANT) tfr
JIISB i AUSTBN,
FURNITURE WA RSROOMS
\L" \V FAY ETT ESTR F. KT,
I- IJ_I _ __ MOI
SOAP AND CANDLES.—6OO boxes best Brown
Soap, 200 boxes improved Chemical Olive do., ] UOO
boxes best mould Candles all sizes, suitable for shipment to
the warmest climate, for sale by KIMBERLY BROTHERS,
cornerPratt and Patterson sts. n!7-3tr
NEW BEEF.—SOO bbls. new Mess, No. 1 and
prime Beef, Baltimore city packed, from heavy cattle,
expressly for ship use, for sale byjKIMBERLY BkoTll-
KRS, corner Pratt and Patterson ?ts. n!7 3tr
NEW BACON, &c.—New flams and Breast
Pieces, new kettle rendered Lard in bbls. and kegs,
smoked and pickled Beef Tongues, new pickled Tripe and
Pigs' Feet (spiced) in kegs. Fr sale by KIMBERLY
BROTHERS, corner Pratt and Patterson streets. nl7 3tr
FAMILY BEEF. —Choice Family Beef in bbls.,
halves and quarters, for sale by KIMBERLY BRO
THERS, corner Pratt and Patterson sts. nl7-3tr
NEW PORK.—loo bbls. new Prime Pork for
sale by KIMBERLY BROTHERS, corner Pratt and
Patterson streets. nl7-3tr
NEW PORK. —150 bbls. new Mess Pork, for
sale by KIMBERLY BROTHERS, cornerPratt and
Patterson sts. nU Str
ENGLISH SPLIT PEAS AND PEARL BAR
LEY.—A fresh supply just received and for sale by
GREEN & YOE.
OS 88 W. Baltimore street.
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, together with
the PICKLES AND SAUCES of Me'srs. CBOSSE *
BLACKWILL, constantly on hand and for sale by
. . GREEN £ YOE,
oJ-tfr 88 TV Baltimore street
_ to, liflcs anh f istols.
C&J NS I
BIRD
AND
DU C F
GUNS.
R 1 F L.
AND
REVOLVERS.
POWDER FLASKS, SnOT-POUCHES, GAME-BAGS
DRAM-BOTTLF.S, CARTRIDGES, CAPS,
WADS, POWDER, SHOT.
FANCY
SPORTING GOODS.
FRICKET AND BASE-BALL IMPLEMENTS SOLD
FROM STOCK, OR IMPORTED TO ORDER,
FOR CLUBS.
GUNS
IMPORTED TO ORDER
FROM CELEBRATED ENGLISH MAKERS,
OR MADE IN OUR OWN FACTORY TO SUIT ANY
SPORTSMAN.
STY STOCKING, CLEANING AND REPAIRING OF
GT'NS AND ALL SPORTING GOODS EXECUTED WITH
DISPATCH.
POULTMEY & TRIMBLE,
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS,
No. 200 BALTIMORE STREET,
"2-tf BALTIMORE.
Cf OLT'S PISTOLS AND RIFLES.
O AWC'CNS"'& C AIOR C! " T ' H VISTOI.S, RIFLES.
F B. I.ONEY 4 CO.,
No. 183 Hanover street,
nIT-tf near Baltimore street.
GUNS I GUNS!!—I am now re
ceiving a general assortment of GUNS,
PISTOLS and SPORTSMEN'S GOODS,
from the best manufacturers, to which I
ky 6 X/ would call the attention of Sportsmen and
others,who may rely upon getting a good Gun.
RA" GUNS neatly stocked and repaired in the best
manner.
WM. HARRIS,
527-3 m No. 116 W. Pratt street.
GUNS!
A large assortment cf the very best
(? GUNS, RIFLES,
PISTOLS,
AND SPORTSMAN'S GOODS IN THE CITY.
Gentlemen mav relv on getting a good article at
No. 513. CALVERT STREET.
ALEXANDER McCOMAS,
Gun Maker.
N. B.—GUNS inadeor repaired to order. je!S 6mr
PTAWFS.
MOSES ENGLEHEART,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 31 SPURRIER'S COURT,
(Rear of the Law Buildings,)
I.EXI.NGTON STREET, BETWEEN CHARLES AND ST PAUL,
BALTIMORE.
All business entrusted to his care will be punctually at
tended to. olb-Iyr
\V. GLENN 1 IAS I!EMOVEUTTNS (>F
. FICE TO NO. G NORTH CALVERT STREET,
second floor. o3tf
riHARLES G. KERR,
ATTORNE Y- A T-L AW,
OFFICE —No. 31 ST. PAUL STREET,
(BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND SARATOGA STREETS,)
s2O-tf Baltimore, Md.
WJ. WATKRMAN,
A TTORNE r-M T LA IP,
S3W. FAYETTE STREET, NEAE CHARLES,
Prosecutes wi li energy ail business committed to him. and
makes prompt returns. au3l lyr
W R.ADAIR,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
myl-tf OFPICEOVER THE CHESAPEAKE BANE.
pntos jmb Itasit.
GOLD MEDAL PKEMIUM
PIANOS! PIANOS!! PIANOS!!!
NEWMAN, BEG. & SONS,
235 Baltimore Street, near Charles St.,
SIGN OF MINIATURE PIANO.
Tho3e in, want of a
SUPERIOR PREMIUM PIANO,
With our patent double sounding hoard, for which we defy
competition; and those interested in Music, should call and
see our patent over-strung Grand Concert PIANO, which
cannot be excelled.
They are Recommended by
rHALBERC.
VIEUXTEMI'S,
STRAKOSCH,
AND OTHERS
All our Instruments are warranted for fyears, with the
privilege of exchanging within f months ir not perfectly
satisfactory. Terms liberal. A call is solicited.
NEWMAN, BRO. $ SONS,
235 Baltimore street, near Charles,
Sign iit Miniature Piano.
*7- FACTORY- 510, 12, IS and 20 W. LOMBARD ST.,
BALTIMORE, MD. n5-tfr
PIANOS! PIANOS!
STEIN WAY & SON'S
AND
NUNNS & CLARK'S
PATENT OVER-STRUNG
GRAND AND SQUARE
PIANO FORTES,
ARE UNQUESTIONABLY THE BEST PIANOS NOW
MANUFACTURED.
MASON & HAMLIN'S
SUPERIOR MELODEONS
FROM $46, UPWARDS.
PIANOS and Music Stools for sale.
PIANOS exchanged and for rent.
F. D. BENTEEN,
No. 80 W. Fayette street,
o!8-tfr and No. 10 N. Charles street.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
WaWCSsS AT THEIR
• If II I 1 U NEW SALESROOM,
d W ii u No. 350 BALTIMORE STREET,
AND
Nos. 1, 3, 5 and 7 N. EUTAW STREET,
OFFER FOR SALE
THEIR CELEBRATED
GOLD MEDAL
GRAND AND SQUARE
PIANO FORTES,
Being highly recommended by the flr9t Professors and Mu
sical Amateurs of the country, and every Instrument being
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS,
The most fastidious customer may rely upon being pleased
in every respect.
Terms liberal
mvlO-tfr WM. KNA BR h CO.
*pHE CELEBRATED
SPENCE RANGE,
THE MOST
COMPLETE AND SATISFACTORY
OPERATING RANGE
IN THE MARKET,
Has been extensively used in this city and vicinity for ev
tral years, and proved entirely satisfactory in every in
stance.
We recommend it with confidence, and solicit an exami
Dation.
OUR ILLUMINATOR.
OR GAS-BURNING STOVE,
THE MOST
BRILLIANT TO BE FOUND IS
GENERAL USE,
The past year has proved a decided success.
THE MALCOLM HEATER.
F URCHES,
PUBLIC ANI) PRIVATE BUILDINGS,
HAS
WON IOR ITSELF
A WIDE POPULARITY
FOR ITS
DECIDED ECONOMY OF FI'F.L.
BUT MORE
FOR THE PLEASANT nKAT
WHICH is RADIATED
FROM A BOILER PLATE SURFACE.
We have placed them in many of thejflrst-class building,
n this city during the last four years with entire success
COLLINS, HEATH ft HUTCHINSON,
MARYLAND STOVE AND PLCMDIXO HOUSE,
-lUS'Mfr 22 Light street.
OLDEST ESTABLISHED STAND
IN THE CITV
ANDREW E. WARNER.
No. 10 NORTH GAVSTREIT,
MANUFACTURES OF
SILVER WARE AND FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
AND DEALER IN
V EH PLATED WARE,
AND FANCY ARTICLES GENERALLY
HA9 lr. More a beautiful assortment of New Styles anil Pat
terns of Rich Jewelry and Silver Ware suitable for presents,
smbracing a great variety of Set and Plain Gold BROOCH ES;
Mosiac, Carbunkle. Coral, Pearl, Lava, Cameo, Etruscan, .Ac.
EAR RINGS; BRACELETS; FINGER KINGS, set with
Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, Pearl, Opal, Arc.; Ladies' GOLD
CHAINS; Vest and Guard Chains: Miniature LOCKETS;
Hold Thimhles; Cuff Buttons and Pins; Signet, Chase,i and
Plain Gold Rings. Pencil anil Pens; Sleeve BUTTON'S ami
STUDS; Gold ana Jet Crosses; Jet Bracelets; Pins and Ear
Rings; Hair Jewelry of beautiful designs, Ac.
Also a complete assortment of Best Quality Heavy Silvei
Plated TEA SETTS. Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Cake Baskets,
Fruit, Butler and Salt Stands, Castors, Candle Sticks, Pearl
Handle Dessert Knives, Spoons, Forks, Ladies' FANCY
ARTICLES, Ac., which will be sold on the most reasonable
erms. s2O tl
PRESERVING FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
THE ONLY
REALLY SELF-SEALING .TAR OR CAN.
MORRETT'S PATENT.
CLOSED ENTIRELY BY ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE,
doing away with OEMEN'T. SCREWS, STRAPS, or HANDS
anil making it IMPOSSIBLE for the Fruit to FERMENT
and consequently spoil; and sold at MUCHILOWER PRICES
THAN ANY OTHER, being only $1.40 for pints, anil $1.75
for quarts, per dozen, either tin or glass Nothing can be
MOKE SIMPLE than their management, and nothing more
certain. Call anil see the principle and operation of them at
PARR'S CHINA HALL,
211 Baltimore street, near Charles.
Where they are for sale EXCLUSIVELY.
Dealers supplied.
DETERMINING TO" CONTINUE THE
Wholesale and Retail branches of my business. I have
replaced my old stock with entirely new goods, and am
at unusually low prices. EVERYTHING
VERY COMMONEST' ' fr ° m th * RICHESTtO thf
JrthursandWilloughby'sSerew-Topand other jars foi
tfr D. PRESTON PARR.
BOLTING CLOTHS.— Of superior quality, all
numbers up to No. 12 Anchor brand, fbr sale at reduced
prices by B. F STARK A CO.,
•21-tfr 173 North street.
m ®ool>S.
1? LEG ANT STYLES
-A LYONS DRESS SILKS
1 00 ' ' JPST RECEIVED of direct importations,
seilthemat t0 the latlnes3 of the season we shall
"EXTREME LOW PRICES.
HAMILTON EASTER & CO ,
- n, '- tf 19!', 201 and 203 Baltimore St.
NEW EMBHOIIIERIES.
REAL LACE GOODS.
, „ ■fust received per Steamer Adriatic.
1 cist; Pans Embroidered Sets COLLARS and HDKF3.
1 case real LACE GOODS, in Point d'Alencon, Point de
Paris, Point Applique, Point d'Angletcrre and
V alenciennes Lace t-'oilars and Sets.
Black Brussels LACE FALLS, new shapes
Point Applique LACE COIFFEURS and CAPFS
800 pieces V lenciennes LACES and EDGINGS.
10.1 pieces Black Brusse's LACES
100 pieces Black GI'IMPURE.
EXTRA CHEAP.
1,000 Maltese LACE GOLLARS, 18?< to 37V. cents.
HALE PRICK.
HAMILTON F.ASTER A CO.,
nlTtf 199, 201 and 203 Baltimore st.
JOSEPH BICKERTON & CO.,
183 BALTIMORE STREET,
IMP O RTF. It S,
MANUFAC T V R F R S,
AND
DEALERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
IN
CLOAKS,
MANTILLAS,
SHAWLS
AND
LADIES' GARMENTS,
OF ALL
DESCRIPTIONS,
KEEP
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
TnF.
LARGEST,
BEST,
AND
CHEAPEST
STOCK OF THE ABOVE NAMED GOODS
IN
TOE CITY.
826-tfr JOSEPH B ICR E RT ON & CO.
C 1 LO A K S.
> FALL AND WINTER CLOAKS.
THOS. J. FOSTER
Begs leave to inform the ladies of Baltimore that liis assort
ment of
FALL AND WINTER CLOAKS
NOW READY
AT THE
BALTIMORE CLOAK AND MANTILLA STORE,
228 Baltimore street,
813 tf corner of Charles.
KOBIRT D. BROWN. GEORGE TRULL
ROBERT D. BROWN & co.,
No. 2 GERMAN STREET, Baltimore.
FOREIGN MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS,
For J. A A. BARKLIE'S LINENS.
YORK STREET FLAX SPINNING CO.'S LINENS
W. A H. DUNSEATH; J. PATRICK A SONS' DO
THOS. KENNEDY'S MUSLINS, of Belfast.
DUNDEE GOODS,
BURLAPS,
BAGGING CANVASS. Ac
W ORDERS RECEIVED TO IMPORT LINENS, MUS
LIN'S, 11 UK F3, &c. fel.3-tf
AND WINTER DRY GOODS I
WROTH ft FULLERTON,
85 BALTIMORE STREET,
Are now prepared to offer their Fall Stock of Goods, em
Bracing the newest designs and richest patterns of
SILKS, in Robes and by the yard,
DRESS GOODS,
MOURNING GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES,
HOSIERY,
GLOVES.
LINENS,
TABLE DAMASKS,
SHEETINGS,
KERSEYS,
MUSLINS,
BLANKETS, &c , Ac
ALSO,
and well selected stock'of
CLOAKS.
All of which they will offer at lowest market prices.
sl"-tfr
Fans! FANSII FANS IN
Silk, Linen and Paper Fans—a line assortment just re
ceived and for sale at reasonable prices.
E. MANN,
__j-9-tf _ No. 49 Baltimore street, near Gay.
PAPER COLLARS.
Paper Collars of all styles, at the lowest prices. Also,
Linen Collars. K.MANN,
je'J-tf 49 Baltimore str-et, near Gay.
ClAirz'E 'MERINO,"GAUZE'COTTON" SHIRTS
XAND DRAWERS. E.MANN,
je9-tf No. 49 Baltimore street, near (Jav.
YARNS, KNITTING COTTON, COMBS
Worsteds. Crochet Cetton. Brushes.
Chenille. Crochet Braids. Perfumery.
E. MANX,
je9 tf No. 49 Baltimore street, near Cay
SOCIAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S
SI I.ESIAS, in ail colors, in store and for sale by
tf _ FRICK, PHILLIPS *CO
ARK WRIGHT FINE COTTONS.
29 cases just received and for sale bv
MB-tf FRICK, PHILLIPS ft CO.
REYNOLD'S BLUE SATINETS.
23 cases in store and forsaleby
fe2S-if_ FRICK, PHILLIPS A Co
PONTOOSUO UNION CLOTHS.
Blacks, Drabs, Blues, Greens and Mixtures, in stoi
and for sale by
fe2S-tf FRICK, PHILLIPS ft CO
BARKER'S UNION CASSIMERS AND SAT
INF.TS in store and for sale by
fc2S-tf ERICK, PHILLIPS ft CO
117'ILLIAMSVILLE FINE BLEA 0H E D
v COTTONS in store and for sale by
fe!H tr FRICK. PHILLIPS ft CO
T jrrAUREGAN M I LLS COTTON, of till grades
V* in store ami for sale by
f*2* t f FRICK, PHILLIPS h CO.
ganfetrs unh §toktts.
HASLETT MCKIM. JOHN H. MCKIM.
BROTHERS McKIM,
BANKERS,
170 BALTIMORE STREET,
STOCKS, BONDS AND SECURITIES, OF THIS AND
OTHER MARKETS,
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
COLLECTIONS
ade on all parts of the Union, and returns promptly
made.
UNCURRENT BANK NOTES, SIGHT or TIME DRAFTS
PURCHASED AT LOWEST RATES OF EXCHANGE
MERCANTILE PAPER NEGOTIATED,
and advances made when desired, and all transactions of a
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
attended to. an22-tfr
WM. MOKIM, CITAS. ILINKLEY, HOLLINS MCKIM
McKIM & CO.,
BANKERS,
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND ST. PAUL STREETS
BUY AND SELL, ON COMMISSION.
STOCKS, BONDS, &c ,
OF THIS AND OTHER MARKETS.
ISSUE COMMERCIAL AND TRAVELERS' CREDITS
AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
MAKE COLLECTIONS,
NEGOTIATE LOANS
BUY AND SELL STERLING AND FRENCH
EXCHANGE,
DISCOUNT BUSINESS PAPER,
ADVANCE ON COLLECTIONS AND OTHE
COLLATERALS,
DEAL IN UNCURRENT BANK NOTES AND FOREIGN
COIN,
RECEIVE DEPOSITS,
AND TRANSACT A GENERA*
au2l-tf BANKING BUSaffES#
G. D. SPURRIER, | Jxo. JIOXETWELL I ISAAC EVANS, JP
Late of Bennur, I I ate of Late of
Spurrier, A Co. | Purvis & Co. I Purvis & Co.
SPURRIER, HONEYWELL & EVANS,
AT THE OLD OFFICE OF PURVIS & CO.,
2"S BALTIMORE STREET,
BUY AND SELL Bonds, Stocks and all Securities in
this and other markets on commission only.
MAKE COLLECTIONS on all points in the United States
and Canada on the most favorable terms.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS in rar and country money, and
pay checks in the same.
.ALLOW INTEREST ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL
CONTRACTS.
BUY ANI) SELL ON COMMISSION BUSINESS PA-
I*Kit,ana are prepared at an tiuir-s l u JMAKK ADVA.NChs
on approwtl Collaterals, and trill do, in every respect, a
A EN' EKA L BANKING BUSIN ESS. _ _ aulfVtfr
J AS, F. PURVIS, JAS. P. THOMAS
PURVIS & CO.,
BANKERS,
192 BALTIMORE ST.,
(XE W OFFICE,)
Hit , jnd sell, on commission.
STOCKS,
BONDS,
AND ALL KINDS OF SECURITIES,
ofour own market in person, and of other markets throu . r '
reliable correspondents.
Also, buy and sell, at lowest rates of exchange, UNCCK
RENT BANK NOTES, CHECKS, TIME AND SIGH I
DRAFTS on ail the principal cities of the Union. Make
Collections on all accessible points with prompt returns.
Receive money on Deposit in current or uncurrent fun.i
and allow interest by special agreement.
Negotiate loans.'ind'busincss paper. au.'l tf
k DVANCES MADB ON COLLATERALS BY
JxL sl2 lfr THO. J.CARSON.
VTiRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINABANh
v NOTES wauled hy
12-ifr THO. .1. CARSON.
I mjIGHT AND 'i'i M K DRAI'T.S on nil purls i
I Othe Union purchased hy
| 12 tfr THO J. CARSON
I AND WARRANTS "BOUGHT AND SOLD
-Jby
s!2 tfr THO. J. CARSON.
1 EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK Cor sale by
Ll si 2 tfr THO J CARSON.
ri LOVER,SEED.
TIMOTHY SEED.
RYE FLOUR. „
Pt ' V IHTTO " HEAVY OATS
ROSENDALE CEMENT.^^
In store and for sale hy CARR, GIESE A CO.,
nIS-tf 21 Spear's what
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That applica-
YN tion will be made to the Mayor and City Council, at
the next regular se99ion of the said Uity Council, for per
iiflon to erect a Steam Engine on V alley, between Barre
reittwl Welcome alley. nlHt*

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