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SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1301.
Tlie earnestness and spirit v.-itli v.liicli the Leg
islature has entered upon the disciiarge of its duties
in this trying crisis are not more gratifying than
the prudence and mod ration wli: fi it has, up to
this time, manifested in denlirg wit!; the questions
before it. Fully impress d \vi li the gravity of its
situation, thoroughly comprehending the desper
ate condition of the country, and the perilous sit
uation of our own State; resolutely bent upon vin
dicating the rights of the South, and protecting
the honor and interests of Maryland, it has
assumed an attitude which is as far removed
from hesitation and timidity, on the one hand,
as from rashness and passion ou the other. Its
course has strengthened us hold upon the respect
and confidence of its constituents. Scarcely any
measure has been suggested—and none has been
adopted—which does not command, as far ns we
can judge, the assent of a large majority of the
people. But among tiie few objectionable propo
sitions which have been broached, there is one
which would, if passed, encounter tiie most decided,
if not unanimous opposition in this community,
and perhaps in every county in tiie Hate. We
allude, of course, to the hill introduced by Mr.
Yellow, providing for a committee of Public
Safety, which is to be clothed with absolute power.
As the Senate ordered the biil to a second reading
by a largo majority, we cannot but think it must
have been sprung rather suddenly upon the mem
bers, and that thg favorable consideration it
received is attributable solely to that fact.—
Mr. Yki.i.ott's Act not merely authorizes the
Board lo "provide for the better organization,
" arming and regulation of the militia," leaving
the whole matter to the uncontrolled discretion
of a majority of Us members, but gives them "full
" jiower to provide for the protection, safety,
"peace and defence of the State," und contem
plates placing a large sum of money at their dis
posal. Ou the character and extent of the powers
thus confided to six citizens, in conjunction with
the GuvEitxoit, it is needless to comment, for it is
apparent at a glance that the whole sovereignty of
the Suite would be visted in them, lo he exercised
at their discretion, If.the conjuncture was such as
to render this extreme measure absolutely neces
sary for the security of the lives and property o'
the people of this State, we should give it a
hearty support. But we do not believe the emer
gency has arisen which calls for prompter and
simpler action than the Legislature or a sovereign
Convention could initiate. The Legislature repre
sents, for all practical and needful purposes, the
people of Maryland ; and even iti such a revolu
tion as that through which we are now passing,
it is fully able to provide for our protection.
There is no question before us which that body is
incompetent lo deal with, save lhat touching our
future relations to the government at Washington,
and what these are to be, a sovereign Convention
niu3t determine. We look to the Legislature,
then, to carry the State safely and honora
bly through this crisis. Upon it devolves
that duty, and upon it the labor and re
sponsibility must rest. If it should ever appoint
a Board, as it may very well do, to reorganize and
arm the militia, that Board should act in sub
ordination to the body by which itis created. But
any attempt on the part of the Legislature to di
vest itself of its constitutional functions, and to
transfer these to an irresponsible Board, would
give rise !o fatal dissensions in our midst, and
destroy the influence of the Legislature; and the
Committee to which such power had been delega
gated would assuredly find that it had but
grasped a barren sceptre. We have thrown
out these views rather to discourage any
further attempt on the part of over-zeal
ous supporters of our rights to resort to
extreme measures, than to urge the rejection of the
bill in question, for we cannot hut feel confident
that upon maturer reflection the Senate will dis
approve of it, or that the House will, at all events,
refuse to sanction it. If we thought otherwise tor
a moment we should point out the objectionable
features at greater length, and protest more vigor
ously against its passage.
The American having become suddenly con
vinced Unit it is its "religious duty to examine
"candidly but fearlessly the acts of the authori
ties," has been endeavoring to discharge the novel
obligation it bus assumed by libelling the authori
ties almost every day during the past week. It
has asserted that they made the outbreak in this
city, on the 10th ult., "thepractice for practical
revolution," and that the powers given for the pie
servation of the peace of the city, were by them
"perverted to the making of tear upon the General
"Government ln yesterday's issue it ventured
to follow up its previous assaults by making more
Specific charges; and speaking directly of the con
duct of the authorities, it asks:
'•Dill the.v not take, without warrant of law, private
property and property of the United States and hoid the
name? Have tley nt now in their posssession a large
quantity of arias which they know were taken from the
Uni.ed States at Harper's Ferry, and still detain and
neytect to return to the Government of their country, to
which they belong ? Who authorized lite fitting up of
tuts with twelve pounders upon swivels in our harbor in
the mannerof privateersmen ? Y.'hoauthorized thechase
of the United States revenue cutter, and the attempt to
capture her by tiiese same illegal craft f Who author
ized the stopping of the supply of provisions at Fort
MclTenry ?
Now we have made specific inquiry into the facts
about which the American seems desirous to he in"
formed, and we are authorized to say that the
accusations preferred in the above paragraph are
utterly unfounded. We have been assured that all
the property, both public and private, was so taken
solely to protect it, and the natst ot it has been alrea
dy returned to the owners—(hut the police authorities
have not in their possession any arms which were ta
ken from the United States works at Harper's Ferry
that they never authorized any one to chase or at
tempt to capture the revalue cutter—and that they
never ordered the supply of provisions to be cut off
from Fori Me Hairy—and that the supplies of the
garrison never have been cut off to the knowledge of
the Folice Board.
It will be remembered that reference was made
during the month of March last to the report of
ANGUS W. MCDONALD, ESQ., tire commissioner
appointed by the State of Virginia to procure
evidence concerning the location of the original
boundary lines between that and the adjoining
States. The endeavors of Mr. MCDONALD to ob
tain possession of the original grant were entirely
fruitless, although he succeeded in finding out
and obtaining an interview with the representa
tive of the family of Lord BALTIMORE, in whose
hands were other important family papers. lie
claimed, however, to have obtained other use
ful information bearing upon the point, the effect
of which would be to entirely change the present
line between Virginia arid Maryland, and give to
the former State not only the whole of the Poto
mac river, but also a large portion of Alleghany
county. It i 3 hardly to lie supposed that there
would even he an attempt to make so great an
alteration in a boundary line which has been ac
knowledged for so long R I)criod of time ]f
however, the matter should ever become a subject
either of litigation or treaty, in ths absence of
the original grant, no evidence can be more im
portant than lines based upon actual surveys or
charts and maps prepared soon after the period
when such surveys were made, and from which
they must have been taken as the only sources of
accurate information. There are now in possession
of our fellow-townsman, Hon. JOHN WETHERED,
three very interesting maps, which were obtained
by him in London during the past year, after
considerable search in some old bookshops ; he
aviDg been induced to make some inquiries into
the matter, by learning that Mr. MCDONALD was
at that time in that o\u. .1 • • e
. 5 on 'h® mission above
referred to. We have been ,
... permitted to examine
these maps, which are well worthy of notice, and
may at some future day prove valuable, especially
in the absence of more accurate testimony as to
the original location of the dividing line belween
the two colonies, now States. The oldest map i s
without date. It is entitled, " A new and accu
" rate map of Virginia and Maryland. Laid
" down from surveys and regulated by astrouom
"ical observations. By EMAN BOIVKN." It ap
pears to have been published soon after the charter
to Lord BALTIMORE, in 1632, and lias upon it the
Indian houses and plantations, and also the
English plantations, most of which are in the
Yicinity of the Potomac, and in the lower part of
the State. In what is now Cecil county, Cacilton j
i 3 laid down as u small village—Bohemia in j
larger letters, as the largest town in the State.
Baltimore town is also laid down as a small
village. Delaware is not laid down at all, j
and there is no western line to Maryland. !
The middle of the Potomac river is laid down on
this map 3 the dividing line between this State 1
and irginia. The next map appears to have
been published in the latter part of the seventeenth
century. It is entitled " A New Map of the
Province of Maryland, in North America.'**
In this the line is distinctly laid down up the
Potomac, as taken from the survey of 1669. It
also shows the western boundary and Lord
FAIRFAX S boundary line, as it now exists,
in more recent mans. Baltimore is laid down
R3 a more important place than in the ear
lier map, ar.fi Delaware is laid oft* as New
| Ca3tle county, part of New Jersey. The third
• map is entitled "A Map of Maryland, with the
i "Delaware counties and the southern part of New
"Jersey. By T. KITCHEN, Geographer. For the
"London Magazine" This map is evidentlv of a
more recent date, the courses of the rivers in the
State being laid down with tolerable accuracy, as
weli as Joppa, North East and several other towns
on the route from Baltimore to New Castle.
The western line is distinctly defined, as on
the man last mentioned. The south western
boundary line is laid down on the right bank of
the Potomac. The dividing lino between the
Eastern shores of Maryland and Virginia is laid
down ou all the maps as running due east from
the lower end of Watkins' Point, and not in a
northeasterly direction, us on the more modern
maps.
Why don't the American boldly nud frankly
avow that its only object in its malicious attack',
and still more malicious inuendoes,impugning tin
coursi of our municipal authorities, is to bring
into contempt the Mayor and the members of the
Council; to break down the police, and to re-estab
lish the old reign of terror, of which it was at
one time the most zealous promoter and defender?
Why does not our contemporary come out openly
and declare itself the champion of the party
which numbered among its choicest adherents tiie
Plugs and the Illp Baps, the Blood Tubs and the
Red Necks, and other kindred und congenial as
sociations, nud with which—as all men may re
member—during four sanguinary years of mob
violence and misrule, the American was close! v
and cordially affiliated. If its side blows—blows
struck at the authorities around corners and un
der various masks and disguises—if such Wows
are destined to reach the vital points at which
they are aimed, then God help this city ! and
grant it, in His own good lime, ;i safe deliverance
trom the class of men who would be again brought
into power under the auspices of the American,
and from a license similar to that which, but Uo
slnrt years ago, the American complacently sanc
tioned, iu some instances, and toleraied in all.
MARSH AT, KANF.'S REPORT TO THE BOARD OP PO
LICE COMMISSIONERS. —We publish elsewhere the
report ol Marshal Kane to tho Board of Police Com
missioners in answer to the strictures of the Amer
ican on the correspondence by him during the at
tack on the Massachusetts troops on the Ifuh of
April and subsequently. No candid reader who
remembers the tearful excitement which agitated
this whole community during the period referred
to, can do otherwise than accept this official narra
tive as a sufficient explanation of the Marshal's
course.
Arrival of (hi- Stramsiiiji Baltimore.
The steamship Baltimore, Capt. Colbert, arrived
at this port yesterday from Havana, which port
she left on the 27th ult., with a large cargo offruit,
&c., consigned to Messrs. Friend, liicketts k Co.—
The Baltimore brought the following passengers :
Mrs. Capote, Mr. 1,. Uppery, of Boston; Mr. Doty,
of Norfolk; Mr. F. J. Clark, of Boston; Mr. John
Rank, of Philadelphia; .Mr. Schmidt, Mr. John
Fryer, of Baltimore; and Miss Underwood, of Ha
vana. In the steerage were Mr. C. Dill, wife and
daughter; Mr. J. Ileckei and wife; Mr. Victor, and
1). J>. Soars.
Captain Colbert reports soon after passing Cape
Henry on the 2d instant, while bound up the bay,
observed a large steamer on- the port side, which
supposed was one of the Boston and Baltimore line,
being perfectly unaware of the state of affairs here,
and the appearance of the steamer being anything
but that of a man-of war, together with the fac r
that no gun was fired or flag displayed as a signal
to heave to; 1 continued my course heading up the
bay, when within a short distar.ee of the Balti
more, she suddenly changed her course and stood
directly for the Baltimore, evidently with the in
tention of striking her amidships, and sinking her.
I then for the first time discovered that she had a
pennant llag flying, and immediately ordered our
ensign to be hoisted; the Baltimore's engine was
also stopped, but too late to avoid collision, which
damaged the Baltimore's bow to a considerable ex
tent, The steamer proved to be the Quaker Citv,
chartered by the United States Government. The
Captain ol the Quaker City, alter the collision, ab
ruptly ordered me en board his ve-.se!; upon meet
ing him he said to me: "It, is well you hoisted
your signal when you did or I would have sunk
you." When it is considered that tho Baltimore
was not signalled or hailed, and that there were
several passengers on board, among than: several
ladies, it was, to say the least of it, very hasty and
reprehensible conduct on the part of the comman
der of the Quaker City.
(Signed) LEVIN COLBERT.
Captain Steamer Baltimore.
The Quaker City bad troops ou board bound for
Washington, and as the steamer Baltimore was
moving only under her private signal, she was
overhauled by the Quaker City to know who and
what she was.
Since writing the above, we have been waited
upon by Mr. Friend, one of the owners of the Bil
more, and tlie chief engineer of the boat, who
brought us the following statement of the officers
and passengers of the Baltimore ;
" The Baltimore left Havana on Saturday and
artivtd at Cape Henry 12 o'clock on Thursday.
Alter passing the Cape saw a steamer, supposed to
be one ol the Boston steamers, from Baltimore
bound to Boston, froui the course tbev were
steering supposed she was going to pass the Balti
more ou the port side, as she was on that side at
the time, when within a short distance of the Bal
timore she turned suddenly around and ran across
'he Baltimore's bow. As soon as this movement was
discovered on board of the Baltimore her engine
was stopped. The Quaker City came on and
striking the Baltimore on her bows very seri
ously damaged her upper works. After passing
the Baltimore in this manner the Quaker City
turned round, and to all appearances intended to
run into us again; at the same lime raising her
port and running out a large gun apparently with
the intention of firing into us. There we're two
brass guns upon the upper deck. The strongest
part of this proceeding is the course pursued" bv
those in charge of the Government steamer in at
tempting to iun down a merchant steamer in the
open day, without ever making a signal, hailing,
or giving any information whatever. To run into
a steamer under such circumstances and endanger
the lives of those on board merits in our opinion
the severest condemnation of those in charge of
said Government steamer.
Signed, FRANCIS T. CLARK,
LEIX OFWOZZV,
JOHN HA ucn,
JAMES FLGER,
ORLETTE SWIEZ,
JOSEPH SCAMITT.
The engineer informs us that nothing but his
prompt stoppage of the engine saved the Baltimore
from destruction. Had she kept on her way she
would have been struck about midships and gone
to the bottom in a few moments. There were
about thirty passengers on board of th e Baltimore,
many of them ladies, and the conduct of the Com
mander of the Quaker City is represented as hav
ing been brutal and indifierent beyond precedent.
Correspondence of the Exchange.
ANNAPOLIS, May 3.
A PILL DAT—PROVISIONS AND LOCOMOTIVES BROUGHT
ON—VISITORS FROM BALTIMORE, &C.
Owing to the inclemency of the weather, little
or nothing has transpired'here to-day.. The troops
were quartered in the barracks—drilling, sinking
and amusing themselves in various ways. °
The steamer Cataline arrived here yesterday from
New T ork, having a lul! cargo of provisions, such
as mess pork, potatoes, beans, cheese, ship-bread,
etc. Locomotives and cars have ulso been brought
on to facilitate the transportation of troops, arms
and provisions over the Annapolis and Eikridge
railroad.
An excursion of some eighty or a hundred per
sons from Baltimore arrived here to-rtav but ow
ing to the rain they did not enjoy themselves as
thev would otherwise have done.
With the exception of the horses and wagons
purchased by the troops, when they first arrived
little other investments are made." The driving
trade appears to be tin-ware and straw hats. G.
[COMMUNICATED. J
Editors of the Exchange:—in your paper of
Thursday 1 read the following paragraph from a
letter by your "Annapolis correspondent:"
•'When Governor Spragtte's regiment, from
Rhode Island, left for Washington, three negro
men belonging to the Hon. George W. Hughes,
residing some teu miles from the city, attempted
to follow them and escape. As soon as the Gover
nor, who was in command, was apprised of the
tact, he had them arrested and conducted to their
master."
It is to be regretted that your correspondent
had not been more careful in ascertaining his facts,
which could not have bean difficult in so small a
£7° "L^T,? 0 ". 8 ' o Th . e ®tatement is not only un
fonndoti n" I e f? stltute of even the slightest
foundation I should care but little about it if it
were not that my Xorthem friend* mav derive some
satisfaction irom the supposed dissatisfaction of my
servants. t *• my
Careless nnd reckless statements in relation t the
condition of things in the slave States have created
a false impression in the public minds of th o North
and have done much to bring us to the verge of
civil war.
A Semi circle, described from Annapolis as a cen
tre, with a radiuß of 20 miles, would include some
four or live thousand negroes; and yet, whilst our
"Ancient Capital" is occupied with an overawing
force of the military, I have never known that por
tions of our population (so far as my observation
extends) more orderly, industrious and respectful,
or to cling with more tenacity to their natural pro
i\ ms " latl at "'' s time. Such was my confidence
in hem that when the news reached me of the
. 181 1 ) D between "the people" of Baltimore and
it at anl f rß il 1 hastened to your city, (reaching
servicea for w a U r next dav >) t0 offer my humble
the iSwm, Exchange and American, and something
like it in the New York Tribune, I have t-> request
that those newspapers will publish this note.
\ our obci't servant, Geo W. Hcghes.
West River, April 30th. 1861.
REPORT OF MARSHAL KANE TO THE
BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS.
An Official Narrative of tin* Facts I?* Relation
to flic Occurrence* wiiieh took Place ftu
this City on Friday, April It), 1861.
Folicc Department, )
Office or tiie Marshal, [
Baltimore, May 3.1861. )
Chas I Toward* Esq., Prcsidetd of I If. Board of Police:
Sir—The columns of the Baltimore American of this
date contain an assault upon my official conduct as com"
manding officer of the police force of this city, in connec
tion with t!t* occurrences of the Iffih of April last, winch
seem- 1 to require some notice, in order that the facts of
the case may he duly registered on the journals of your
office
With that view 1 have the lienor to invite your atten
tion to the fact that on the forenoon of Thursday,the 18th
of April, I was directed by the Police B ai d to furnish
escort to two bodies of federal troops which wore expected
on that day by the Northern Central road, at 1 o'clock,
and by the Wilmington and Philadelphia road at4o'clock,
respectively, ami t> see that they wese passed safely
through our city. Subsequently on the same day, infor
mation -was communicated to ine that the Philadelphia
company, fearing that the passage of these troops would
creattt excitement, were maturing arrangements to pass
them across our harbor from Canton to Locust Point, thus
avoiding the streets of our city. It will heseeu, however,
that this arrangement was not consummated.
At on* o'clock, A. M , 1 was on th-.gr >und at the outer
depot of the N rtltern Central Road, and took command
of the force which had been detailed to that point. I was.
accompanied to the depot by his Honor Mayor Brown,
who se med dvepiy anxious that our laws should be re
spectedand enforced. The Mayor, however, was colled
away by message from the Governor to meet in consulta
tion at the moment when the train arrived. It U enough
to (-ay, however, that the troop. were safely escorted to
Mount Clare depot and departed for Washington, having
experienced no more annoyance than might have been
expected, a* doubtless the ©Aiders of the regular troops
wl o accompanied the detachment, will readily testify. '
My force was kept under arms until a late hour, wait
ing the. arrival of the detachment expected from Phila
delphia. but It was Anally ascertained from the railroad
agent that the troops had not even started, nor did they
know when they would start from Philadelphia, when
the police force was dismissed, with orders to remain
ready for instant call. 1 heard nothing more of these
troops until twenty minutes prist eight o'clock on the
next (Friday) morning, at which time I was met on the
street by one of my m- n with a <) -patch from the South
ern p'-lice-staiLn, signed by Mr. Commis-ion/r Davis,
informing me that the troops from Philadelphia would
arrive at the Camden street (Washington) depot within
thirty minutes; that the cars containing them would not
stop at the Philadelphia depot, hut go directly to the
Wellington depot, to which a /ace J -VJJ requested t In/ the
railroad authorities* to send a police force.
] at once teb giaphed lo the several stations,and within
the thirty minutes I was on the ground at the Camden
station with an ampK- force, but was then told that he
troops were just crowing the Su.-quehanna river, and
would not arrive for sometime.
With the view to keep down the excitement I sent the
police fore .* from the depot to a neighboring police station
to await the trains ccuiing. and also s nt for his Honor
the M tj or, who soon appeared, acoomp.mied by the Board
of Police.
The cars arrived, and very soon an immense throng of
people were congrvg it d, but by th* firmness of the
police the troops were all shifted from the Philadelphia
to the Washington cars without any collision with our
people having occurred, and the excitement partially
subsided After waiting some considerable time for the
train to start, and not being made aware that any m • e
Philadelphia cars were expected, I inquired of some of
the railroad agents present the cause of the delay, r.inl
was i .formed that obstructions had been placed on the
Washington track in advance of the train. lat once
s *nt ade achm-rit of police under d lermiued and re
liable officers to guard th" track outside of the city, and
to see that the trains were protected to the Relay House
(a distance of nine miles) if necessary.
After waiting a long additional time, and having made
repeated inquiries as to the cause of the continued delay
in starting the train, I was for the first time informed
that other troops were expected at that station; and at
the same moment learned that a riot had commenced in
Pratt street.
1 promptly devolved the command at th • Camden sta
tion upon Deputy Marshal Gilford, and started for the
.-Cfiie of iot with a detachment of my uien, and met the
Massachusetts soldiery ou Piatt street near Light street
(his Honor Mayor Brown being with them), hastening
towards the Washington depot, pursued by an enraged
multitude. I opened my ranks, through" which they
passed, and closed in their rear; formed my men across
the street; directed them to draw their revolvers and to
shoot down any uvtn who dared to break through their
line. It is enough lor me to say that these orders were
faithfully executed; my men did their duty, and the Mas
sachusetts troops were rescue .
t rosu that time the missiles intended for the troops were
encount red by your own police force. The tumult being
thus subdued. 1:0 attack being subsequently made upon
the military, I marched inv men back to the Camden sta
tion, saw Lite train safely depart for Washington; learned
from the railroad officers that the troops had all departed,
and that the services of my command were no longer re
quired. I dimissed the detachment l<> their several sta
tions, except tlio-c of the Second district, which I ordered
to be posted for the protection of parties on Baltimore
street, against whom there seemed to he an intense ex
citement; the editors of the American and Clipper bring
regauled as particularly obnoxious and loudly threat
ened.
On the way to my office I learned from Mr. Richard Xor
ris, Jr., that th vre >ther troops at the Philadelphia
depot, and accompanied by that gentleman I hurried in a
carriage to that place and there found several cr loads
of troops mostly, if not all. without uniforms. Some of
these troops commenced jumping from the train just as I
got there, and were immediately set upon bv an itifuri
a ted populace. I fought hard for their protection; at first
almost alone, but soon had the asdstance of a part of my
force, who hurried from the neighboring beats, and had
the graiideation of seeing all, but those who took shelter
in neighboring houses, put on another train, and under
esc >rt ol police, acc impanied by myself, sent safely out
of the city ou their reuru t Philadelphia. The earnest
expressions of gratitude which I received from tiie per
sons thus rescued left on my mind the conviction tlmt
I had done my duty.
On this occasion I was ably assisted by Deputy Marshal
Gilford and by some noble hearted and fearless citizens,
but fee! bqund to say that I did i ot recognize as thus en
gaged one single individual of those now actively em
ployed it: defaming the city ami its authorities.
Jt may l>e proper to-late, that up to this time I did
not know anything of the origin of the rencontre, nor
the extent of the killed and wounded, hut only know
that our whole city seemed filled with horror 'at the
knowledge that peaceful and respected citizens had been
shot on our public streets.
From this time till a late hour of the night my office
was beset bv those anxious to a-certain the truth of ru
mors thai a renewal or lite difficulties a .is liketv to occur.
Near rnidoi tit 1 received from lVa. Prescott Siolih.
Esq. the Master of Transportation of the Washington
and Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, information that he
had received adiqioch P.vm President Thompson, of the
Pennsylvania road, "that it was impossible to prevent
these troops from going through Baltimore; the Union
men must be aroused to resist the mob."
I fell it my duty to communicate this information to
his Honor, Mayor Brown, and went to his hous ■ fin- that
purpose, and made the statement to hint. lie deemed it
ail important to confer witii liis Excellency Governor
Hicks, and visited him in his chamber.
ihe Governor then sent for me, and in company with
the Mayor 1 went to his chamber, and the condition of
the city, the dangers of a sanguinary c< nfiict in the
event of troops ouiing to itwhilst the public mind was
so highly inflamed, living fully discussed, the Governor
deemed it proper, and agreed with Mayor Brown and my
self that the bridges on the roads by which trocps won li
likely come, should i t destroyed as the only means of
impending them and avoiding the threatened conflict
and the Mayor and Board of Police then issued tire older
to that effect
It was in the midst of this excitement whilst our entire
community was laboring under the most in tense appre
hension; the volunteers, militia anil large numbers of our
citizens being under arms, under Lite apprehension of a
collision, aod with the knowledge that tin gr. at mass m
our citiz-ns looked to myself as the immediate command
ing officer (under the Board) of Armed Police for the best
protection, which under, such circatn dances, could be
afforded, in reply to a despatch iroin Bradley Johnson
Esq, now or lately the State's Attorne for Frederick
county—offering the services or a body of patriotic citi
zens of that gallant county, who. true to the instinct of
every son of Maryland, were ready to come, as did their
sires ill IkU, to defend the homcs'of their friends in Bal
timore, 1 used the language of the despatch which is
made the pretext tor the disgraceful and libellous assault
referred to.
Wliat the condition of Baltimore city "would l>e at this
time had I failed to execute the order to destroy
the bridges re'erred to, by which the troops were arrested
at Coekeysville on the morning of Sunday, the 2lst of
April, instead of coming to the city, is too h -rribV t 0
contemplate, and can better be imagined than described.
The strictures in regard to the action of the police in re.
moving flags which were being raised, a< it is well known,
not from any*patriotic motives, but for the sole purpose
of exciting riot and disorder, are too absurd to require
extended notice.
I have the conviction that I have faithfully discharged
the duties of the office of Marshal of Police during
the extraordinary excitement which lias pervaded this
community, probsbly beyond anything of the kind in its
previous history, and that the force under my command
has been successful in protecting the persons and prop
erty of people of the most Intensely obnoxious character
to another portion of our community from the slight
est violence or injury. ] feel that Ic m well afford to en
dure assaults, coming fiom such sources.
It may he proper in this connection to refer to the
insinuation so broadly conveyed of complicity on the
part of the police in appropriating property of the Federal
Government to improper uses. The charge is untrue. It
was taken into the custody of the police solely for the
jmrpose of preserving it—of which the proper notice was
given to the authorities of the United States government,
in Washington and in this city.
Yours, very respectlully.
Geo. P. K Ave, Marshal.
STATEMENT OP RICHARD NORRIS, JR., ESQ.
In reply to your inquiry, I beg leave to state that, on
Friday. f tie 19th of April, 1 accompanied Col. Kane, in a
carriage, to the President street ilepot. When we ar
rived there, as well as I recollect, there were about four
teen cars filled with troops, intended to be passed through
Baltimore. They were mo.-tly unarmed, and were being
attacked by laige numbers of the people congregated
there. Marshal Kane made every possible effort to pro
tect li; ' troops—caught hoid of many of the assailants,
drove them back, and prevented them from continuing
tiieir attacks; addressed others,declaring they were bring
ing disgrace on the city by assailing unarmed men. Il'is
whole conduct was perfectly fearless.
It is my sincere belief that but tor tlie manly and ener
getic course pursued by liim, many lives would have
been lost at the President street station. Words cannot
convey my impression of the bravery he exhibited on
that occasion, or of the security lie afforded to the
troops. When 1 arrived at the depot, I feared there would
he a great loss or life; but, so far as I have lieird. all es
caped in safeti*. i!. NoKRIS, JR.
To THE BOARD OF POLICE.
[From JFi.'nt'r cf- Smith's European Times, April 20.1
I'KOPOSED MEDIATION 01 ENGLAND AND FRANCE. —
If civil war has really commenced between the
North and South, we hope that the representatives
of England and France at Washington have been
instructed by their respective governments to ten
der their aid as mediators before the struggle has
aroused all the fi -rce passions which, it continued
lor any length of time, are certain to be called into
play. Both nations wish well to the American
people; both are alike interested in the general
prosperity ot the country in every lattitude: and
both are "impelled towards it by the strongest sym
pathy that can animate friendly nation.-. This
seems to us the last resource before the sword is
drawn and the scabbard thrown away, and proba
bly the suggestion would meet the approval ot that
large class of both extremes of the country which
must look with horror and dismay ot the prospect
of men and brothers cutting each others throats
UDder circumstances so fearfully provocative of
ven£eauce.
The London Morning Humid suggests the expedi
ency of the United States getting involved wi>h an
European war. as a means of bringing together the
divergent sections of the American Confederation.
It says: —
"It is, in fact, the duty, no less than the policy,
of the American President to do what he can to
drive the Spaniards from San Domingo. Will it
be bis fault if a war wiih Spain should lorce him on
to the conquest of Cuba too? Will not the sugges
tion of this possibility make many in the South
wish themselves back again in the Union? Put,
meanwhile, not a soul wilt pity Spain if her vio
lence and wrong doing should draw down on her
even this chastisement."
SISTERS OF TUE CONFEDERATE ARMY. —We under
stand that at the suggestion of a patriotic ladv of
Memphis, Miss Mary E. Pope, whose appeal was
published in the Picayune of Thursday last, the
ladi'es of New Orleans propose organizing a socie
ty, to be called the "Sisters of the Confederate
Army," lor the purpose of aiding and nursing sick
and tvounded officers and soldiers. The iirst ineel
'"s of the society will be held on Tuesday, April
uln ? lock ' '5 ! he ,adiKß ' Parlor, Odd Fellows'
Hall. All true and loyal Southerners are earnest
ly requested to come forward and respond to this
public call lor atd to our gallant soldiere.-jVetc
Orleans Picayune April 27.
A Savannah paper thinks thTtlTu to be hoped
that the present hostile attitude of the city of New
York will never, never be forgotten by the South
whose commerce has made that city what it is'
"and whoie juit revenge can unmake ft,"
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, MAY 4, 1861.
[Coiretpondence Mobils Advertiser.]
FROM PENSACOLA
PkssACOLA, April 2d.—Soldiers still arrive by
every train. Three companies ti OM Louisiana ar
rived to day, aiso one hundred water soldiers (TNA
rin','?,l from New Orleans Geo. Brajrg hag now
under his command about 8,090 troops— A larger
number, I belive, than Gen. Scott commanded in
thu Valley of Mexico. They are all in tine beaith,
and anxious for that hour that decides the destiny
of self and country.
The crisis approaches nearer and nearer. An
other day ofsoidior-tr.il has added to the (TREAT pre
paration. The chairs, or whatever
the technical term, tor several mortars and big
guns, caine on this morning's train— the guns, Inn
dersland, will be hero in a day or two.
The commander of Fort Pickers is unceasing in
his military labors. Like Bragg's, his men work
uay and night. They have thrown up a battery
outside but near the walls of heavy guns, obtained
from their ships, while on the ramparts they are
piling bag upon bag of sand to protect their men
and guns. And all this visible to the naked eye—
even their muskets, stacked or. the beach.
The Governor has accepted the tender of the two
military companies of Pensacola, as well as that of
the gallant Captain Miller, of Santa Rosa county.
Little Florida is none behind her sister States in
military ardor and enthusiasm.
There have been no additions to the U. S squad
ron this week. A British vessel, a ship, 1 believe
from the West Indies, arrived this morning. She
came in ballast. There is 110 United States vessel
in port-
Is Mobile to be drained entirely of her citizen
soldiery? We learn four companies have left for
Virginia with full ranks. Heaven favor them on
their march. 1 feel like going, too — and will, if
they don't hurry up things here.
A NBWSPAPKH DESPOTISM. —The "Freed m of the
Press" is said to be t'.;e •'Palladium of Liberty,"
and doubtless is, in a g nera! sense; but like all
other maxims dealing with generalities, it is quite
oossiblo that it may be perverted at times into a
"palladium of tyranny." And it would seem that
we were jas: now in the utmost danger of tbis very
extraordinary result.
A miserable delusion, found U on popular igno
rance and misconception, has been worked up by
the newspaper press into a frightful engine of mis
chief, which threatens not alon • the liberties of
Northern States, but to destroy the Union, and
bring incalculable miseries on the whole American
people. S .me thirty years ago some English em
missaries commenced in Boston what its benighted
dupes term the "anti-slave enterics." Starting out
with the absurd assumption that the negro was a
6/e7r-v. hite man, and therefore ;vas iu a condition
of slavery at. the South, they formed societies, dis
tributed tracts, gave lectures, &C., until the whole
North was impregnated with their pestilent vio
lence; and now a great political party has sprung
up in our midst that seizes the government and at
tempts to force their absurd and monstrous notions
down the throats of the American people, nolens
rolcnn, by the bayonet if need be.
The old Federal politicians of the North, men
like Seward, Lincoln and others, with merely party
and political objects to accomplish, have taken ad
vantage of tbis ridiculous and wide-spread delusion
about negroes; but now tney are themselves the
helpless slaves of the hideous monster, evoked to a
great extent, by their own effort*. We have not
Ibe least doubt in the world that Lincoln and
Seward desired to avoid the employment EL force
for carrying out their party views; but the many
headed monster in their rear, the vast anti-slavery
press of the North bellowed so fiercely for blood
shed that they shrank froui it in hopeless imbe
cility.
Slillions upon miliioDsof thsse sheets are scattered
broadcast before the peopl — clamoring for blood,
nothing but blond— the blood of our fathers, our
brothers and sisters, scattered all over the land of
Washington and Jackson; and not content with
even this banquet of death, tliey would if thev
could, suppress the voice of every D.-uiocratic and
Union paper in the North that counselled modera
tion, compromise and peace. The Democratic
press, with a few base exceptions, however, stand
manfully by the old flag they, and they alone, have
always defended, vindicated and illustrated on
every battle-field in our history, and when the
present excitement passes from men's minds, the
paper despotism that now sweeps all before it R 1
only be remembered as men remember some mon
strous dreams. —N'. Day Book.
Toorntso AFFECTION or A WIFE.—A touching',
though thoroughly Frenchy case of crime and al
fection is recorded in the French papers: —A young
man named Victor, aged 2(>, was tried at the Assize
Court of L'aris, lor attempting to murder his wife
Victorine, aged 18. He stabbed her in nine places.
The defence nas that the prisouer was drunk at
the time. It appeared that he was much attached
to his wife, but got on badly with her mother —A
very common case. The wife, who had sufficient
ly recovered to appear in court as a witness, said
everything that she could for her husband, and
some letters, written to him while ho was in pris
on, so moved the hearts of the jury that they pro
nounced a verdict of acquittal. In one of these
letters, relerring to the laet of her having a child
eight months and being again enceinte , she thus
eloquently expresses herself:
"Ten times over I would wish myselfdead, were
it riot for three voices which I hear, and which say:
'Courage!— you shall be happy!' Which is the
first of these voices? Oh! it is the voice of my hus
band, whom I iiave never ceased to love. The sec
ond voice is that ot my little Marie, who savs: —
'Courage, mother! —l will love you both, and you
shall both be happy!' And what is the third
voice? Oh! that is a very little one, indeed — one
that scarcely breathes as yet— [we see that 'Vic
toi iDS,' by the use of ths word 'breathe,' is not an
adept in physiology!]—but still it gentiv heaves in
my bosom, and whispers that 1 am again to become
a mother!"
A PROTEST. —Senator Johnson, of the Paducah
Senatorial District, has forwarded the following
protest against the occupation, by Federal troops,
of any portion of Kentucky, or any interference
by such troops or others with the commerce of the
Ohio River in any way:
To Abraham Lincoln, President United States:
The undersigned, one of the Senators of Ken
tucky, in view of thepending troubles now distract
ing the public mind, does most solemnly protest
against ti.E policy of placing an armed military
FO.-ce at Cairo, Illinois, with ba.teries poiuiing their
guns toward Kentucky — against employing a mili
tary fvirce OD the Ohio River, and interrupting
commerce and trade ou paid river, and firing into
boats, a D overhauling their cargoes arid confisca
ting such property as mere mercenaries mav de
clare contraband— against the contemplated" sei
zure of positions in Kentucky for military pur
poses, and the interruption of our business and for
the intimidation of our people— against all this does
the undersigned protest, as an unwarrantable us
urpation, without any public necessity, as an un
heard of assumption of power.
Kentucky has by no public act shown her want
nf loyalty to the Constitution, and until she docs,
the undersigned protests against the lawless usur
pation of the National Executive in levying war
contrary to the Constitution ami laws of the United
States.
JOHN M. JOHNSON,
One of the Senators of Kentuckv.
I'arlucah, KV., April 27,1861.
No MORE PROVISION'S SOUTH. —The following no
tice has been sent to the Presidents of the railroads
running south from Philadelphia :
La-stern District of Pennsylvania, United States
Marshal's Oliice, Philadelphia, April 27.— 1n com
pliance with the advice o! the United States At
torney tor this district, I hereby notify you that I
will take into my custody all flour and i.ther nrn
visions, and also all munitions of war and military
stores, directly or indirectly to be sent to Alary
land, Virginia, North Carolina, Arkansas, and all
other States ot ihe Union that are making war ou
the lederal government, and that 1 will hold such
property so seized subj-ct to legal process, or the
order of said gorerrmreni.
IVM. Mtr.wARD, Marshal.
MAKKIEI).
(•n 30th of April, 1 v the JKv\ Jolin H J)osh .TOHV
W. AND&BSQy to itKTTIB A. SWAXX, all of thi^city.
PIEII.
On the 2I instant, ELEANOII C\, wife of G. R. Che?e!-
dino.. i sq. *
On the 29th ultimo, altera long and protraetrd illness,
horno with Olu i-tiHn forti' de ;ir;d resignation. Mrs. KLIZA
HKTH \. FKI M i<I,E. ai?'-d 32 yr- ajji! 9 months. *
BANSKIH & C 0
01 FAYETTE ST., NEAR CALVERT
MAKE
SHIn TS
TO
<S3 lE*. 1313R,
AND KEEP A FULL ASSORTMENT KEADY MADE
GENTLEMEN WHO WANT A REALLY GOOD
SHin T ,
WILL FIND IT AT THIS ESTABLISHMENT.
ALSO,
GENTLEIIEK'S FUENISHING GOODS
IN GREAT VARIETY.
DANSKIiSr & CO.,
mhll-tf CI FAYETTE STREET
KINDLING W OOD ! KINDLING WOOD ! !
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD OF ANY SI EE.
At Office of City Steam Fire Wood Mill,
No. 3 NORTH STRRKT.
'•" -AS. H. JOHNSON
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
To know that they can save money by purchasing Wood
already Sowed and Spiit, at office of City S:.aio Fire Wood
Mill,
Mo. S NORTH STRUT
13-tf HtJgd if. JOHNSON
LADD, WEBSTER & Co. 'A
TICHT-STITCH
S E XV 1 N G MACHINES
FOR FAMILIES AND MANUFACTURERS.
No. 131 BALTIMORS STRUCT?
524-tf Between Caiyert and South streets.
NOTICE.
THE BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY
Have appointed Mr. RICHARD W. TYSON, the Sole Agent
for the sale of its Coal in this market, to take effect from
February Ist, ISfll.
THOS. WILSON, President.
BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY'S COAL.
SOLE A Ct E y C Y,
No. SS SECOND STREET,
Yard, CORNER OF YORK AND WILLIAM STREETS.
The undersigned having been appointed the 1 sole agent
for the sale of the above celebrated Coal in this market,
takes this method of informing consumers of Coai, and the
public generally, that he is prepared to All, at the shortest
notice, orders for any sise and quantity of the
BALTIMORE COMPANY'S
or
GEORGE'S CREEK
BITVMINO US COAL,
For Domestic use. Shipment, Steaming or Manufacturing
purposes, at very low rates.
R. W. TYSON, Sole Agent.
Mr. CHARLES GILMOR, the former agent of the Company,
will continue at the office and attend to the sale of Coal as
heretofore. fes-tf
REMOVAL OF
WHEELER & WILSON'S
SEWING MACHINES.
AT REPUTED PRICES,
with
Gins! Clnlh-Fresser,
Improved Loop-Check,
new style
Heamer, Binder. Corder, Ac.
Office No. 214 West Baltimore street,
next door to Cortlan A Co.
ap3-tf W. MERRILL, Agent,
PATENT
SHOULDER SEAM
SHIRTS!
SHIRTS!
SHIRTS!
PERFECT FIT WARRANTED OR NO SALE.
I nequalled by any.
NfclW STYLES OF FRENCH BOSOMS
EMBROIDERED BOSOM SHIRTS.
FINE LINEN AND MUSLIN SITIRT3. *
MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
COLLARS, TIE 3, STOCKS
GLOVES AND HALF-HOSE.
HANDKERCHIEFS
SHIRTS.
W. P. TOWLES !I BRO.,
PATENT SHOULDER-SEAM SHIRT MANUFACTORY,
li 3 Baltimore street.
Under Carroll Hall,
SOLE AGENTS FOR J NO. CLARK, Jr., ,<i CO.'S MA
CHINK COTTON. Also,
PATENT FLOOR SF t PES cls-tf
1881.
SPRING GOODS
FOR
GENTLEME N.
3NT3E3 W STYX. HI S
AND'
LATEST IMPORTATIONS,
Together with a fresh assortment
HALF HOSE,
WHITE FRENCH LINEN HDRF3.,
CLOVES,
AND UNDERWEAR OF EVI'RY DESCRIPTION
IWSHIRTS MADE TO ORDER
BY liEASUKEMKNT
AND
FIT GUARANTEED
NEW STYLES FRENCH ROSOMS just opened,
fcie-tr W. F. OWENS.
NUTRITIVE CREAM FOR THS HAIR.— Thi prepa
ration will reader the Irtir .-.oft anu glossy and pre - - ent its
falling'lV. Composed as it is o! the purest materials, it
can lie used with periect safety and answers all the purpo
sc3 of Pomade arid OAs, wi hoat producing that greasiness
so common to maoy hair !•?*?; iraicn. IVepurcil only by
N. HYNSD.N JENNINGS A GO..
Pharmaceutist?,
mh2o-tfr 83 North Charles "street.
ROOFING I ROOFING !! ROOFING !!!
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PXRNSOTLY Files t'BOOF,
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Aii ePTIDTO EVXKY CLIUATS
For further information address or call ou
JAS. H. JOHNSON,
No. 2 Jarvis Building, cor. North and Baltimore sts.,
jy2fi-tf Baltimore,
INTERESTING TO FURCBASKRR OF FINIS WATCHES.
William Dixon's, I.ondun, and Jules Jurgensen's. Copen
hagen WATCHES: Eugene Breguet's NICKEL WATCH
tLAilK'b BALTiMOitK WA'KHES,the best. Time-Keep
ers, for sale by GABKIEL 15. CLAKK, corner of O.lver
and Water streets. Importer of Fine Watches, Jewelry, Gold
Chains, Silver and Hated-Ware jjecoultrr.-p Swiss Ka
and Strops, Gold, Silver and Ste I Spectacles, tosui
ages. New Roods now in store. Purchasers will please %
Notice—Store CORN SR CALVEKT AND WATKK STS
Baltimore au!6l
Da. A. A. BLANDY,
SUCCESSOR TO DR. C. A. HARRIS,
oSO-tfr 5] NORTH CHARLES STRE*T
BOARDING SCHOOL
FOP. YOUNG GENTLEMEN,
To be opened this Summer at Lausanne, i Switzerland,
By MR. EDOUARD KR/FFT.
For references in this city, applications may be made to—
Rev. Dr. A. C. Coxa, Hector of G ac Church.
S. S. LEE, Esq., 114 North Charles air et.
Mr. KrafTt will leave for Europe n the 20th of Ja v
with the U. S. mail sb-amer Arao, Ili-j p:o*pcctus is to be
obtained at his Dwell njt, 80 Saratoga str.et. mh2l-tJI2
NEW GOODS.
GABRIEL P. CLARK,
For Ho'.iilay presents, has for sale every description of fine
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WAKE at his
store, corner of Calvert and }Vate** streets. d*o-tf
C A S II
s^s'^T'jsis^/s:.
A DISCOUNT
ALLOWED
OX ORDERS FOR COAL
IF PAID FOR AT THE TIME THE ORDER IS LEI T
J. HENRY GIESE & CO.,
OFFICE SO. 9 SOUTH STREET.
£3" THE SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD FOR SALE A3
USUAL. d3-tf
D. ii. STILTZ.
GALLERY OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
50 N. CHARLES STREET,
jall-tf OPPOSITE &T. PAUL'S CHUECH.
ISRAEL ft CO.
IVORY TYPES.
WATER-COLORED
AND
MEZZOTINT
PHOTOGRAPHS
uli-tf 125 BALTIMORE STKSET'
ECONOMY i ECONOMY I I
A DOLLAR SAVED IS TWO DOLLARS MADE.
Thi.i can be (lone by purchasing Wood already Sawed an
Split, at Office of City Steam Fire Wood Mill,
No. 3 N'OSTii BIKES*.
IP-tf JAMES 11. JOHNSON.
SUCCESS!
SCCOESB! SBCCBSS
Adams'
SfJCOBSSFUt, POPULAR,
AXD RftLIAitLK
NET CASH SniRT MANUFACTORY,
No. l it. West Baltimore street, up stairs,
Opposite Carroll Hal!, a doors brine.- Calvert street.
Made to order or ready mad,-, Finest Shirt $1.75.
Made to order or ready ina le, 2 i quality, $1.01).
Good Shirts ready made, $1.25.
Shirts made if materials are furnished, each 75 cts. ap3-tf
: CRICKET AND BASIS BALL J
7 iMPLESISVTS. :
j MERRILL, THOMAS ft CO . j
; mli2s-tf 2'iti Baltimore street. :
FISHING TACKLE. :
: MERRILL, THOM \S & Co., :

: MERRILL'S BREECH-LOADING IIIFLE. :
MERRILL, THOMAS & CO., :
: MH2S tf 230 BALTIMORE STREET. :
YCDDO TEA — A delightful article, part of the
FIK.*IL IMPORTATION FROM JAPAN, just leceived and
fcrsale by GREEN A Y<>E,
°3L-tf RQ W, Baltimore street.
EM FORI U3I OF ART.
JAML3 FRYER invite 3 ATTENTION to the very extensive
assortment of Looking Glasses now in store, suitable for
every position and of all sir.ES.
Mantel Mirrors, Pier 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
MENT of PICT I RE FRAMES. Also, frames for Miniatures
Photographs, Portraits, Ac.
FRYER'S Galleries,
\'O .51 South Calvert sticet
PARKER BROTHERS' LONDON CLUB SAUCE — THIS
celebrated Sauce is fast superseding ail ethers. From the
richness and delicacy of its flavor, it has attained a popu
larity almost as great in this country as in Europe. For
sale by all first-class grocers and by their agents,
GREEN & YOE, I :a porters,
031-tf FS West Baltimer street.
IF YOU DESIRE HANDSOME FITTING COATS, PANTS
or VESTS, made of the latest and most appro*.*-.d styles now
in Die ra<ujcet,call at G. McK. TEAL'S, XOS. 48 and 50 Haiti
more sti¥6t, on the northeast corner Frederick, where yoa
may have tliem made to order, or ready-made, at piices
that cannot fail to please a 1 that may have a desire to
economize. Call and examine the assortment before pur
chasing ol>-fwh-r" ar.S Ini
CARD.—The officers of the "Marvland
Guard Battalion" desire- to call the at'eotinri f the
public to the following resolution'*, adopted by them ir.cn
the evening of May the first Heretofore tiley have'n-d
deemed it nece sary to make their action public relvi* '
confidently upon the ' pinion, whi<*h, as a battalion, the"
claim to have merited. Being advised, how ver, tha f tl.i ir
siler.c-; i* misinterpreted, they ta e the rccasion of ex
pressing the se*itiment3 by which they are actuated.
HEADQUARTERS MARYLAND GUARD BATTALION,?
Baltimore , MHV I FC T, 18Ti. ]
WHEREAS, it Is represented to ti.e undersigned, Commis
sion© ' <fficerßof all he Companies of the Maryland Guard,
that a suspicion exists,that som • {m-mbcr of this Batta on
is implicated in the commission of a bte&o.h of the peac -
hy a want-n out age upon the United fc!ats llag, sus, ended
over the Custom-House of this city; and wher sis an rrone
ous impression seems tc be entertained b . personß in this
community in regard to the supposed political affinities oi
this Batta'ion.
Resolved therefore by the undersigned, convened as a
Bard c-f Officers and expressing the sentiments of the
Battalion and ot the s-v ral Companies under our com
mand, That we deeply deplore and denounce the .utxage
above alluded to by whomsoever committed, a grossiy e
-pugr ant to our sentiments hoc. as citizens and as .so!d;ers
That this Battalion is actuated bv no political sympathies
but while in service is subject to th- orders of the consti
tuted authorities for the preservation of the peace of the
State in accordance with the laws of the land.
(Signed hy all Ur* oJlij.-i* )
R. H. COXWAY.
It t'Ptain M. G R.
frpHKADQUAKTERs !• IFTY-THIRD REQI
- MR NT M. V , BALTIM RK. Afav 7d, ISGI ticis-
I';';"."' GOMHANIE4 1 anil lv will muet r thTr Armory on
MONDAY k\ F.NIV,, Majfitb, u> 7 o'clock, for Election
of Lommisstoned Officers. Bv order.
a v rrnonw r HI'GER Major Com'd?.
B. K. GEfIROE. .Tr.. Admtant. m3St*
ft p P R OC L A M A TTONT
STATE OF MARYLAND.
Exxot-rivg CUAMBIR, >
FRC ., q T , . „ Frederick fVfjt, April 2 th, 1861. J
." HfcKKAS; it has been reptesent.il to m- that certain
citizens Maryland, not holding commissions in the
Maryland Militia, :;re enlistitiK and arming men, and order
tnir them on military service within the Stan;
And wnereio it has been farther represented fome that
•if wr'; t i (,f Maryland, holdina cimmissions in
the Maryland Volunteer Mdtia, luve ordered their soldiers
on military service without having first complied wi'h the
§eneraUaws® tC ' cl tic '" :o3 ' ljl the Code tf Punlic
ooa",1,!f!fr a r in 00 ] 1 . aots i'n derogation of the authority
and inanity of the State of Marylard, are at ad time" sub-
V, !i e !K ° r ? er ' aml i, n u i e prewbt excited condition
I'i tr aci Ble W oilculatfd to imperil the pub-
Nowa'he-efore, I THOMAS HOT,LTD AY HL'KS, Gover
nor of Maryland, do, by this mv Proclamation, warn all
such persons of the unlawfulness of such acts; anddoen
joit. upon th" proper authorities of the set eral counties and
of the city of Baltimore, to see that the laws of the Stato
be not violated in the premises.
t *■*— ) o.°' Ten ?, nder , m y I ' n d nd the great seal of the
) 3 Si.l a 0 la "d. at the'city of Frederick, this
' 29th day of April, eighteen hundred and sixty-one
2 3t THOS. H. HICK.3
PROCLAMATION.
STATS or MARTLAND. Fxecrrivc CHAMBER ?
„ Frederick Ci'ry, May 2d, 1861 V
W HERF.A S, The nccf ' •? Lcke'd Bta es by his
1 roel ima ion, dated the fl'teenth day of Ap-i\ 1361," has
summon. 1 Corg.-ss to net in special Be?* ion in ihecitv
o* \vashnvrton on the Fourth cay of Julv, eighteen huri
dred and sixty-one;
■And w ereas > . section 75. of art cle 35. of the Code of
Pub l ic General Laws, the Governor is empowered and di- •
ivct>'d to order, by proclamation, a special election f. r
m-mbers of Gong*ess lor this State, to fill vaearicics now
exist in :
Now, therefore, I, THOMAS HOLMIMY HICK*, Governor of
Maryland, do, by this my Proclamation deaiimate and
appoint 2'hursdcy the thirteenth tiny of June, 1861, for ttse
election < f Kepr seritatives iretn this state to serve in the
Congress of he United states.
, , Given under nv hand and the great Seal of the
<SFM. > Mate OR Maryland, a' he city of Frederick, this
second day of May, eighteen liu'dre! ani sixty
-0D- 41 _ THOS. 11. HICKS.
By the Governor:
GKAYSOX EICBEI.BKKG'iR.
m * _ Score ary of State.
FOR NORFOLK AND THS
1 1". NORFOLK ROATS will retnine their daily trip's
(Sunday,excepted)between BAf.TIM >KE a-d NORFOLK
leaving the Lot of Concoid stuet ■ 4V. nYlri-fc P M
m4 'lf M. N. FALLS, Preident.
/Jll KSAPKAKE RaNK, BALTIMORE, May 3d,
.5/ J' 61 r""Siren, that lhe Annual Elcc
t.nn for M.Vfc DIKECTOUs, to serve the ensuing year,
will be held at the Relating House, eorner ot North and
Fayette streets, on the SECOND TUESDAY IN MAY,
(bf.vrig tie 14.h of said zncnt'i,) between the hour? of 1) !
and 2 o'clock. H CHAMuERLAIX K, Jr.
Qa-hier.
OPPIOB OP THE COMMISSIONERS OP
PUBLIC SCHORLS. A 7iMor.it, ay 1, IS6I —An
examination of can.tiilat.s for, tuatmn, ss TF.ACHEKS of
Public Schools, will l e held in t!i. study rooni of the t'en
traljiiah School,corner 01 Hollidny and Fayette streets,
on SATURDAY, the 25th May, commercing at 2 o'clock
A.M. J A. M'.KG.N,
J F. PLUM HER,
L. I. I.KAKY,
K. V. REESE,
J. R I'.UKE,
. „ _ Cornmi to of Examinations.
JACOB PAT, Clerk. i:i4-2avr-lw
nnilK UNDERSIGNED having tthis day formed
a Copartnership ui;Jer the name and firm I'SUCU
J; HO! HERS, will take llie ' tore :i id Factory No. !>:> W.-t
ou.timore street, op-i sit.* Hon ;fav. (fi.rmetiy occupied by
A tt,c .!••.,f DRESS TRIMMING'S. REGALIA
and MILITARY GOODS.
UITAS T. SISCO,
„ , . ~ J. KDW. hISC'.V
Baltimore, May 3d. isfit. must*
REDUCTION IN PRI (iK iJF CBALT^
~,' i ,V v , i , , !~.D.'.V i . r '' l n supply of all siz-s of the BALTI
MORE COMPANY'S COA 1.. ' am now enabled to oIT-r it
to c iisumers at s•> per ton of 2 240 lb?.
K. W. TYSON, Solo Agent,
ro4-.lt _____ No. 58 Second street.
NOTICE. —NcD'-or the Cnf-Liki nor Corisicr:ep3
of the Prussian hark AUGUSTA, will be responsible
tcr any (Kids cnritrai t. d l>y her era. ' mi 3t
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOtTBALIMM ORE
. I SfH-' H" y .s'' '-".1.-UTiIK!! M. REYNOLDS r.
.Mlf H AEi, M<'ON.-n, !rred, that the sal made and ic
1-OTs.i a by Luther M. Keytiol u?, Truste- to.- th_- sab? of the
property • ntioned in these proc, e linys, be ratified and
confirmed, ur le?? cause to the con'mry thereof he sbown
on or be-fore the 25th d;v of May, 1861; provided, a c p or
thisorde be inserted in some newspaper printed in Balti
mme, once in each or tliree sue :v.s ive week? before that da v.
the report states the urnoun: of to L> $:O
ROBT. .1. K F'.KR, riork.
Trip: copy—Test: ROBT. .1. KERR,
m4-law3w (
vJOAP AND CANDLiiSI,OOO Loses best
K-- Caudh-i all sizes, suitable for shipment to any
ciUL'iit*; COO boxes bet Brown Soar: 3 u erxes improved
<ii mic.il ( Hive Soap, far sale b v - KI.MBKRLY BRuTIIHRS,
corner Pratt anu Patterson sts. mt 3tr
TJACON, etc. —so.Coo His. Hams, Sides, Slionl-
JtJ ders, Jowls and tine Breast Picas, stroked a .d Dried
,?'* I ami {•ick'e.i Beef Tongues i-irkle.i Tripe and
te;..! : 1 -Jor tale by KIMBERLY BKO
_ ' < ' ornt * r Pratt Hi;d Patterson sts. ni l 3tr
SJEKF —SOO bids. Extra Mess, No. 1 and Prime
■-J Beef, packed from fkoire heavy cattle, exn*eslv f r
ship us , for sale by K;.MBKRL\ BROTHERS,corner Pratt
ami I atterson sts. m 4
FAMILY BEEF.—Choice Family IDef in Lbls.,
X halves and quaiters, for sale by KIMBKRLY RRO
. .corner Piatt and [\iter>'.,:i st-: mi Mr
TT A M.5.—2.500 best Snsrav-C.I D Hams, for
*-Jt family lire; 3,<>00 rup*rirr sh ppin Rams, for sale
by KIMBERIJY BROriIKRS, corner Pratt ani P -tterstn
: tn4-3tr
"DORK.—2OO bbls. Prime Pork. 100 bbls. Rump
l Pork, for sale by KIIiBEKLY BROTHERS, corner
rratt and Patterson streets rn43ir
MESS PORK.—2OO bbls. Mess Pork for sale
hy KIMBEKI.Y BROTHERS, cor. Pralt am' Pvtcf.
i p "" at " ' ,|s ml Xtr
PICKETS. —35,000 prime 4 feet Pickets fur sale
i l.y 'THUS. R. MATTHEWS & SONS, 18 B wlv's
w,harf - A mi tf
1 ATPS—I79,OOO extra Calais Laths for sale
G 'w Tllos. K. MATTHEWS & SONS, 18 Bow y's
WhUTT. A ml if
WESTERN MERCER" "POTATOES.'—3OO
* • hushelsjust rcc ived and for sale by A. L. WEBB *
BR' I . corner Print aril Cummcrc- sis. It
PETROLEUM OR ROCK 01L.—50 bbls. Crude
A Oil in alnrr ami for sa'.c by A 1.. WEBB A: BRO., .or
n r t rfitt o.U'l C onni.-i-. 1 t
DO PONT'S OUN POWDER AGENCY.— We
arc again prepared to supply ordeia for GUNPOW
U"'id ", and to any extent. A. L.
*. 8 . v I.Ro , c r-i -i- I'v:irt :ii■ • i I'"HU'ifT c sts. It
R RHS COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
* in Philadelphia and Baltimore, unb r the name of
lIGVV LI.L i BROiJD.IW, is thi, day DISSULVLD by
lisutual consent.
Th • '-usiiu ss in T!alt : will v e continued bv DARTUS
O. HOW KLL and JOSEPH KOBB and in Philadelphia by
the remaining partntru unu r th- ramo stvle as heretofore.
JOHN A. HOWKLL,
G;-.o?;G-: lIoWFL!.,
Z PH KR G HOWELL,
WILLI a If HotvKLL
DALITS C. GOV. KLL,
WIM IA M WILSON,
JOSKP.t PORB,
. , HUBERT K. MAGUIRE.
April 27,1861. m 2-3t
PIANOS!
STEIN WAY <x SONS
J 3 § 3 J AND
PATENT OVER-STRUNG * & C, ' AKK ' 3
_ T . „ GRAND AND SQUARE
PIANO- F O II T E S ,
ARE UNQUESTIONABLY THE BEST PIANOS NOW'
MANUFACTURED
M AS" N ,v II ML I S
SUPERIOR. MEL O D E ON S,
FROM SIS, UPWARDS.
Sif-Sccond-harid PIANOS ai l Music stools for sale.
aj-PiANOS exchanged and for rent.
F. D. BFNTEF.N,
No.SOW. Fayette street,
leS-tfr and No 10 \ Charles street.
DISSOLUTION. —J. OHASS ORKM CEASES to
be a PARTNER in the firm of OH KM, HOPKINS &
C;'. from this date.
The undersigned will continue the business under 'he
same firm, and arc aloneaut orized tiollect the debts due,
and settle the bUMin s* of the late firm.
JOHN M. ORF.M,
„, . . , WM. S. HOPJiINS.
Ba'Dmo-e, Anr:l l'th. l if!. at.L'c tf
FUK WATER IS MAN'is TrxruilAL DRINK*
AS ESSI' .VTI At, T" H!S HEALTHFUL EXIS
TE.VCE AS G'.n.D FOOD.
We would invito attentu nt a variety of
FILTERS
that we have for sale, suiisble for the Filteration and Purifi
lieation of our muddy and impure hydrant water
. . C RVLAN Az CO..
fe23-tfr Noa.2l6and2lß I'liiijnort*sitreat.
IVj OTIOE.
il FOR THE FALL AND WINTER
NOAH W A :.K !•.'}{ k GO.,
W A SHI A ii Y>> A" Ii U1 LD/ NG ,
BALTIMORE k*T,
JENTLKMEN'S AND Y<M'TH'S
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
LATEST STYI.RB AND PATTERNS,
02-tfr READY NAPE AN tfADIBTfI ORDER
DB. W. CULLER DUNNAVANT,
DENTIST,
No. 87 North C'harh-H utrcet,
BALTIMORE,
fel-lfr 3ld,
II.R. IIAZLKIICHST. W. D. WEIGANO.
VULCAW WORKS.
ALL KINDS OF
HE A VY MA GUI HER Y.
STEAMBOATS REPAIRED, IKON BRIDGES. Ac.
h-U' tf HAZLEFICRST & CO
CALVERT STABLES.
SLESnez. I would reaDectfully inform my friends and
the public that 1 hi.vo taken the Calvert Stables, and will t c
pleased to furnish, on reasonable terms, super,or Ucachet.
Cale-hes, Buggies, Ac.
r cr. .-rals atten_ ed to in the best manner.
tijr The beat attention pan! tf. livery and transient horses
JAM KS if. STEWART,
Calvert Stables, Calvprl street,
Oppnsitsditv Srrinir.
- A RTISf S '
COLORS,
BRUSJIES, :
CANVASS,
ENGRAVINGS, Ac.
WM. KING & BKO,
Importers and Dealers in Artists' Materials,
No. 2 North Liberty street,
mhlS-fimr Baltimore.
I LI. GRIFFIN AND BUNS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HOOTS, SnOES, HATS, CAPS,
AND
S T RAW GOODS,
No. 17 SOUTH CHARLES ISTREET,
... CP ETAIHS,)
mhl-3mr . nAt.TIMORE.
LEOOULTRE'K RAZORS. "
CA NFt El,I), BR". ACO
5?,i nvo ' :ce " f LFOoI 'f.TRE'R CELE
BRATED b\t IsA RA AOKs, on sale at r-'lureit prioe.-
_y rU'-'f 228A1.1' iMORE STR ii ET.
ORDERS FOR PURCHASE
OR SALE
op
BONDS AND STOCKS
In New York.
Executed through proojpt and rplinhlp
GILDERSLEVE & WHITRIDUE.
m1;23-dtfr 61 SECOND STREET.
"RWTSL ROBERT LAWSON,
SADDLE, TRUNK, IT A RE ESS AND
Vic-fc.iAXXJ COLLAR MANUFACTURER,
WHOLESALE AN'li RETAIL,
RTBAI-TIirORK ST., b-t w> en Hanover and Sharp streets
Mercnants anil Wholesale Dealers are invited local and
examine my stock before makinK purchases, heinK prepared
'■> s;d. (roods as LOW as th -v can he purchased in any of the
NORTHERN OR EABTKRN CITIES, and I PLEDGE
MYSELF TO IMTPLLPATB ANY BILL made h. those
Cities, I lea r eca!l and satisfy yourselves of the fact
BPlv; A BII.D| l ?K. l ' Bfcl{ <tf J ' K "" IaK1 - L S ™ T
C. GUIS,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Corner of Howard anti Fayette streets
Cutler Howard Sank,
.. 9'?r. 5 'f l3I! }' ,°b han d a fine assortment of • LOTHS. CASSi
"'.'i 1 .'-STI.NOS of the at.., t styles and patterns,
ttv /. 'Ah ih re*t*ctfuMv solicited 025-tf
HA 7A>U CTgars!
„ , We are now soliiner
KEAL TRABI-RO.D ?< V '°.? H *|l
MANILLA OHEROOTS" 15 " "I
GENI'LNE PRIX IPE •' AT .. J,,
CHOICE C'oNfM ,\s " "it " ir,
J.OXDRKS •• 55' •< IN
" REGALIAS " 30, " 511
FAME EE LAS •• 411, •< fin
... SL'TKO'S POPULAR CORNER.
a-'Hir.t.r Baltimore and Bight strpefs,
V\/"D fc AT WKI SK K Y.—A few bbis. vmy
f f choice just received an d for sale bv *
GKKRX \ YOE,
WW. BnlHwmrf 5
TXTINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES of allde
. GFO. n. SThVFXS,
mhgi-tfr 47 West Pratt street.
-i t>y the manufacturer's sole agent,
. .. GEO. O. STEVENS,
•oil?' £ 47 West Prate ß tr't
]VTEWEL FUSTS AND BALUSTERS
T. N Brackets and Mouldincs for sale cheap bv '
-#
iny apartments with the useo- 1 and ,h^
hath on application at No. 23 NORTH i; \ v sTrr!,!
Wife. K, "° at K °" m
T> B M 0 V A 1, . ~—
"' Xo I'/V*y',\ A J' 1 ' " AVE REMOVED fro/a
aKihK. '" PLACE, UuMhoute
PERUVIAN GUANO of tbe very best qua fty"
X P 0 *" discharging froiu the governnv-nt stores, and for
?•!# * w. WHITEbOCK CO.,
Pd-tf 44 South street.
BIDES AND FIRE HEADS.
X A large variety oft lay Fipes aad Pipe Heads, whits
colored, plated and ur.giasrd, in one, two,four and iiz groai
boxes, imported and for :>*' by
A SKWliri LFH A SOVB,
*• r*PhODf Pla
ENGLISH SPLIT PEAS AND PEARL BAH
LEY.—A fresh supply just for saJe
o* 88 W.Baltiimore street.
CEPHALIC PILLS
CUBE
SICK HEADACHE,
CUKE
NERVOUS HEADACHE,
CURE
ALL KIN D S OF IIEAUACH E
By the me of the*e Pills the periodic attacks of TTerwnu
or Sick Headache may be prevented; and if taken at the
commencement of an attack immediate relief from pain
an-i sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and jleadacke
to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon th? bowels—removing Costiveness.
For Literary Men* Students, Delicate Females, and all
ersons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a Laxa
tive, improving the appetite, giving tone and vigor to the
digestive organs, and restoring the natural elasticity and
trength of the whole system.
The CKPHA LIC PILLS are the result of long Investiga
tion and care.'ully conducted experiments, hiving been in
use many years, during which time they have prevented
and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from
Headache, whether originating in the nervous system or
from a deranged f>tate of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their coxnpositicn, and
may be taken at all t.mes with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and the absence of any dis
agreeable taste renders it easy to administer them to chih
i inn.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
The genuine have five signatures of Ilenry C. Spalding o
each Box.
Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in Medicines
A Box will lie sent by mail prepaid oil receipt of the
PRICE 25 CENTS.
Ail orders should be addressed to
KENKY C. SPALDING,
48 Cedar Sree, New York.
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
SPALDING'S
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL CONVINCE ALL WnO SUFFER FROM
HEADACHE,
THAT A
SPEEDY AND SURE CURE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.
As these Testimonials were unsolicited by Ma
they afford unquestionable proof of the efficacy
of this truly scientific discoverff.
MASO:;VILLE, OONN., Feb. 5,1861.
Mtt. SPALDING.
SIR: I have tried your Cephalic Pills and J like them so
well that 1 wat you to send me two dollars' worth more.
Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave a
few om of til first box I got fr m you.
Send the Pills by mail, and ob iv-
Your obedient servant,
JAMES KENNEDY.
HAYEaroRP, PA., Feb. G, 1861
MR. SPALDING
SIP.: I wish you .to send me one more BOX of your Cepha
lic Piiis, I have received a great deal of benefit from them.
Yours, respectfully.
MARY ANN STOIKIiOCSE
SPRUCE CREEK, HUNTINOTON CO., I'A., ?
January 18,1861. 5
FT. C. SPALDING.
SIR: YOU i:l please fend me two boxes of your Cephalic
Pills, tend them immediately.
Re-spec fully yours, *
J NO. B. SIMONS
P. S.— l have used one box of your Pills, and find them
excellent.
! BELLE VERNON. OHIO, Jan. 15,1361.
| HENRY C. SPALDING, Esq.
Please find inclosed twenty-five cents, for which send me
j another box of your Cephalic Pills. They are truly the
; best Pills I have ever tried..
! Direct A. STOVER, P. M.
Be'.le Veruon, \Y yaniol Co., O.
BEVERLY, MASS., Dec. li, 1860
H. C SPALDING, Esq.
I wish for some circulars or large show hills, to bring
your CVphalic Pills more particularly before my customers,
it you have anything of the kind, incase send to me.
One of my customers, WHO is subject to -t v- rc Si.-* Head
ache. (usuHiiv lasting two davs,) was cured of an attack
<n one hour hu your Pills, which 1 sent her.
Respectfully yours. W. B. WILKES.
RE YNOLDSBURG, FRANKLIN CO., OHIO, I
„ , Jauuary 9,1861. >
HENRY C. SPALDING,
Xo. 4* Cedar strtet, V. Y.
I) EAR SIR: Inclosed find twentv-flvecents.(2sA for which
nl box of "Ceuhihc Pills." Send to add i ess of Rev. Win
0. Til er. lteynoldsburg, Franklin Co.. Ohio.
Vour Piils wo etc tilce a cuarm—cure Headache almost,
instavtcr.
Truly yours, WM. C. FILLER.
„ „ YPBILANTI, MICH., Jan. 14,1861.
MR SPALDING.
SIR: Not long since I sent to you for a bo-: of Cephalic
Pills for the cure of the Ner* ous J lead ache and Cost veuess,
and received the same, they had to good an effect that I was
induced to send f> r more.
s3i'lcd*e send by return mail. Direct to
A. R. WHEELER.
.Ypsil&nti, Michigan.
-IT
I From the Examiner, Norfolk, Ya.]
Cephalic Fills accomplish the object for which they wer
| made, viz: Cure of headache in all its forms.
[From the Democrat, St. Cloud. Minn.]
I If you are, or havo been troubled the headac
send for a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so that may have Ih
in case of an attack.
[ From the St. Louis Democrat.J
The immense demand for the article£(Cepha!ic Pills) I
rapidly increasing,
I From the Examiner, Norfolk, Ya ,
They have been tested iu more than*- a thousan ' cas23
with entire success.
[From the Southern Path Finder, New Orieans, La.]
Try them! you that are afllicted, and we are sure tha
ycur testimony can be added tithe already numerous lis
that has rec ievd benefits that no other medicine can pr
duce.
fFrom the Daily News, Newport, R. I.J
Cephalic Pills are taking the place of all kinds..
("From the Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Mass.J
Said to be very efficacious for the headache
[From the Western P. R. Cassette, Chicago. 111.1
We heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, and iiis unrivalled
Cephalic Pills.
[From the Advertiser, Providence, R. I.J
The testimony in their favor is strong, from the most
respectable quarters.
[From the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Ya.]
We are sure that persons suffering from the headache,
who try them, will stick to them.
[From tne Advertiser, Frovldfnce, It. 1.1
The Cephaiic Pills are said to be a remarkable effective
remedy for the headache, and one of t'ac very hest for tha
very frequent complaint which has ever been discovered.
[From the Gazette, Davenport, lowa.l
Mr. Spalding wouid not connect his name with an ariicl
he did not know to possess real merit." •
[From the Commercial, Cincinnati, Ohio. I
Suffering humanity can now he relieved.
£?-A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
I will save ten times its cost annually. -ff*
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SAVE THE PIECES!
ECONOMY DISPATCH!
et/-"A STITCH IN TIMS SAVES
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated fam?
lies, it is very desirable to have some cheap and coave*
| nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, At,
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLOB
meets all such emergencies, and no household can affora
to be without it. It is always ready, and up to the stick
ing point.
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.'
N. B.— A Brush accompanies each Pottle. Price, is cents
Addretc, HENRY 0. SPALDING,
No. 48 cKDAK Street, New York,
C A UTIO N.
As certain unprincipled persons are attempting to palm
off on the unsuspecting public, imitations of my I'RE
PARED GLUE, I would caution all persons to examine
before purchasing, and see that the full name,
IWSPALDING'S PREPARED
is on the outage wrapper, all others ate swindling eoun.
•rfeiti. feis-tf
T tiisttUaneflus.
TEAS!
* A T WHOLESALE.
GEORGE SANDERS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN
TEAS.
G5 EXCHANGE PLACE.
mhs-2mr BALTIMORE.
GEO. M. GILLET,
rKPOETBH /.HD PEAtIE IK
TEA,
Wo. 56 South Cny Street.
DR. CHAS. BUCKNER,
ECMCECPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
No. 12 t nfheclini afreet. ja3l-6m
CLOVERSEED
BAGS.
10.0000-CLOVERSEED BAGS.
20,000 —2, 2J$ and 3 BUSHEL GRAIN BAGS.
20,0.10-2, 2)4 and 3 BUSHEL SHIPPING BAGS.
P,OOO—MEDIUM AND EXTRA GUNNY BAGS
ALSO,
PRINTED
FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT CORN MEAL
AND
SALT BAGS
OF EVERY SIZE AND VARIETY OF STYLE
FOR SALE LOW AT THE
BALTIMORE RAG FACTORY,
MO. 77 SOUTH STREET.
JOHN. 0. G?.AFFLTN
GOODS.
CAN FIELD, PRO D CO.
K ep on hand
MILITARY GOODS
SWORDS?'' * TK * R
EPAULETTES. SA3HES '
LACES,
KNAPSACKS, BUTTONS,
CARTRIDGE
HATS, nOXES
CAPS,
MILITARY &C " 4C '
COMPANIES
FURNISHED
COMPLETE
W! Tir E VERY A [IT I CLE,
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
Orders promptly executed.
CAN FIELD, BROTHER A CO.,
_XXjM3-'fr 22.' rb.lt'.tmiro street.
UEALTH,
ECONOMY
AND.
CONVENIENCE
COMBINED
WINSH I I" S
8E L F-V F.NT IL AT IN G
REFRIGERATOR.
THE ONLY
REFRIGERATOR
WHERE
VENTILATION
IS
RF.I.IABLE,
SELF-CREATING
AND
UNINTERRUPTED
COLLINS,SHEATH & HUTCHINSON,
22 Light street,
mhl-tfr Siovr, RIFRIOKFATOR AND Pirvnixa HORSE.
LEEWSTER & CO.,
CARRIAGE S3AKERS,
372 and 374 12KOCME, cor. of £lott afreet,
NEW YORK,
Invite the attention of the gentlemen of Baltimore to th
EXTE.YrfIYE ESTABLISHMENT,
devoted exclusively to the MANUFACTURE OF FIRS
CLASS CARRIAGES of every description,
(LIGHT P.OAD WAGO33 A SPECIALITY.)
Specifications and Drawings will be furnished urou ap
plication, by mail or otherwise, to parties who may desireto
crder.
The following gentlemen among our Baltimore patrens
tiave permitted us to refer to them as to the excellence and
style of our work:
J OS. Wilkins, Esq., C M. Jackson, Esq.,
B. M Makepeace, Esq., W. Gilmer Hoffman,
IV. A. Loney, Esq., Geo S Brown, Esq.,
Wm. Woodville, Jr., Esq., Alex. D. Brown, Esq.*
Geo. Cooke, Esq., Thos, D. Johnston, K.rq
H. Wilson Harris, Esq., Frank Sullivan, E3Q.,
Samuel Hurlbut, Esq.,
Lloyd Lowndes. E.iFion, Talbot county, Md.
Col. Edward L10yd. 44 44 44 44 tje27 r
FLOUR i flour II
The Agent* in this market for the fol
lowing CELEBRAT •i> BRANDS OF 1-1. :( it, have still
on han i a go-id supply of tv.jii. and which the.v offer tor
sale at lowest ci;h pic ; v.•r. cm men them as suitable
ei'her for bdkci 's nr f r . .*niiy p rp s-s:
Family—"Welch." "Lurch t," Fine Hill" and "Monro
via."
Extra—'C. L. Wood," "Roberts," "Monrovia," "Gem of
the \\ est." etc.
Sup^r—" Lewis Ac Eichelbtrgcr." 44 Monrovia," 44 Mill
Bn>ok," etc.
Also, a choice lot of pure white BYE FLOUR.
(' D HINKS .V CO.,
, , . „ No. 41 South Howard street,
ni' - vt " ' n ,. ar Lorn■ ar
ri-TKRK CHAMPAGNE.
J. R GLONINGER ft CO..
No. 7 NORTH UIIABLES STREET,
'J;, Having been appointed Agents for the
. '' 'v: a'>jve brand of
TEV iwl' • v
CHAMPAGNE WINE,
offer it for sale, relyini? upon its merits to establish hero the
reputation it has aireidy acquired in our Southern cities.
Besides obtaining a first-class Medal at the French Exhi
bition of Mr. Farre lias been appointed Purveyor to
the Courts of Sprun rind Prussia ap4 po6m
GEO VBB
h BAKER'S
V £ L B B R A T.B D\
NOISELESS
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
OFFICE,
ap23-eotfr If I BALTIMORE STREET.
jj H Y DE H'S
BALTIMORE
MANUFACTURED
PREMIUM
VTAST POWDERS,
MANUFACTURED UV
KENNARD if- CO.,
NO. 3 ;NORTH CAI.VERT STREET,
OPPOSITE Barncm's HOTEL
RrjyTLis has taken the premium overall other
Yeast Powders at all State Fairs, South of theliason and
Dixon's Line. _____ mhll-eur
fMIINA,
V CLASS,
AND CROCKERY WARE.
WM SHIRLEY, 5 Soi Tit CAI.VI.RT ST.,
3 <{oo"s below Bait more street.
Has'on hand a jft ii' r&l rtin" t of <i()ol>S in his line,
SI ITABLE Full ST OK- K V. Kl'r Ks
JIOTkI. KKK KRS.
AV i "orSK KKEPERS.
AT REPUCSI>;PRICES TO SUIT I'IMKS.
p2l-wf > d.sat&mon.tfr
£>oo BITSHELvS PRIME CLOYERSEKD, just
//uU received and for sale kv
OARR. GIF.SE A CO.,
S! Spear's Wharf.
inn BUSHELS PKIME timothy seed
IvU just received and for sal- 1 hv
CAKH, HIFSn: & CO..
FAMILY A.ND EXTRA FLOUR, ji ist received
and for sale by CAKR, (ilt-SK A Co.,
21 Si.ear's wharf.
VENISON AND WHIT.'t BKANS tor sale by
T CAKK, GIESK S CO..
21 Spear's wharf.
OSENDALRCEM EN?; for sale in lots to suit
• purchasers, by CAKK, CIKSK A CO..
fe2S tf 21 Spear's wharf.
~Tw!T-te, FOR PHILADELPHIA.
JjfiHoaiy >r-AeCOKXKCTIXft W! II THE IHU.ADEI,
I'Hl A, WILMINGTON • I' BALTIMORE KAI I.Kt> \l>
AT HAVRE DE-KRACB.
On and after WKPN t SLA Y. Mav 1". t' e steamer LAN
CASTER, Oapt Tomlinsr ti. will ! ave C e lower end t,f West
Falls avenue, (Sundays excepted) at 015 A. M. lur Havre
de Gniee.
Hy fakirs >his line pastenpe's will connect with the train
that leaves Perry vile at 11.50 A M. and reach Ihil.dil
pliia witt out delay.
Returning will . ave Havre-d"-Grare at A oVloek P. M.,
or i - mediately afur the arrival ..f th Philadelphia train.
ml-tr .IAS J TAYLOR, Ag.iu
FLAGS
FOR SALE BY
SISCO BROTHERS,
05 BALTIMORE STREET,
ap26 Cm OPPOSITE HOT. LI DAY ST.
hJ PANTS H HAMS AND~OLIV£S— Just re
jO ceived a srudl inv-ice of the de | xtremadura
Hams, and Spanish Oliver nk ,' j!'1 !'tafl hv
fetufled Fieueh UliveS, for sale w ! 'ulesale.a ho;LlNS,
apl.t 2m '' Yer'ii Charles street.
AVE YOUR t'ASH. — Vv e have recently lin
to,ted some verv superior CASH and DEED BOXES,
made of 'lnhear ieit material, in the beet manner, with
B RAM AH LOOKS attached. For vey
r, |efaV f, y tt It an A? 1R n Him. .re .leeet
rinPT FOR SALE. —One Six-seat Panel
CARRIAGE, but little used; will he sold a (treat
barksitT Apply at 205 BALTIMORE STREET. aS-tf

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