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TEAS!
AT WHOLESALE.
GEORGE SANDERS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN
TEAS.
65 EXCHANGE PLACE,
mtis-2mr BALTIMORE.
GEO. M. GILLET,
IMPORTER ATJD QEALIR IN
TEA,
No. 56 South Gay Street.
au2l-t
DR. CHAS. BUCKNER,
HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
No. 12 Cathedral street. ja3l 6m
CLOVERSEED
BAGS.
10,0000—CLOV ERS EED BAGS.
20,000-2, 2M ami .1 BUSHEL GRAIN BAGS.
26,000-2, 2)4 and .1 BUSHEL SHIPPING.BAGS.
S,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 EAG FACTORY,
NO. 77 SOUTH STREET.
,ia24-tf JOHN. C. GRAFFLIN
jyjILITARY GOODS.
CANFIEL~BRO <£• CO.
Keep on hand
MILITARY GOODS
OF E VER Y DESCRIPTION,
SWORDS,
BELTS,
SASHES,
EPAULETTES,
LACES,
BUTTONS,
KNAPSACKS,
CARTRIDGE
BOXES,
HATS,
CAPS,
&e., &c., Ac.
MILITARY
COMPANIES
FURNISHED
COMPLETE
WITH E VER Y A RTICLE,
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
Orders promptly execute!.
CANFIELD, BROTHER A CO.,
mhl.k-tfr 229 Baltimore street.
JJ E A L T H
ECONOMY
AND.
CONVENIENCE
COMBINED
WINSH 1 P ' S
SELF-VENTILATING
REFRIGERATOR.
THE ONLY
REFRIGERATOR
WHERE
VENTILATION
IS
RELIABLE,
SELF-CREATING
AND
UNINTERRUPTED
COLLINS,SHEATH & HUTCHINSON,
22 Light street,
tchl tfr STOYX. RFPntOKRATOIt ASP PttJMBISO HOCBE.
BREWSTER & CO.,
CARRSAGE SVSAKESS,
1372 and 374 BUOOME. cor. of Mott street,
NEW YORK,
Invite the attention of the gentlemen of Baltimore to th e>
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 desire to
•rder.
The following gentlemen among our Baltimore patrons
have permitted us 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,
W. A. Loney, Esq., Geo. S Brown, Esq.,
Wra. Woodville, Jr., Esq., Alex. I). Brown, Esq.*
Geo. Cooke, Esq., Thos. D. Johnston, Esq
H. Wilson Harris, Esq., Frank Sullivan, Esq.,
Samuel Hurl but, Esq.,
Lloyd Lowndes, Easton, Talbot county, Md.
Col. Edward Lloyd. 44 44 44 4< tje27 r
OLDEST ESTABLISHED STAND
IN THE CITY
ANDREW E. WARNER.
No. 10 NORTH GAT BTBIIT,
MA NUFA (ITUUKX OF
SILVER WARE AND FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
AND DEALia IN
VER PLATED (JKNFRA[ ,, Y
Has in store a beautiful assortment of New Styles and Pat
terns of Rich Jewelry and Silver Ware suitable fur presents,
embracing a great variety of Set and I'lain Gold BROOCHES:
Mosiac, Carbunkle. Coral, Pearl. Lava, Cameo, Etruscan, he.
EAR RINGS; BRACELETS; FINGER RINGS, set with
Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, Pearl, Opal, kc.; Ladies'GDl.D
CHAINS; Vest and Guard Chains: Miniature LOCKETS;
Gold Thimbles; Cuff Buttons and Pins; Signet, Chased and
Plain Gold Rings. Pencil and Pens; Sleeve BUTTONS and
STUDS: Gold and Jet Crosses; Jet Bracelets; Pins and Ear
Rings; Hair Jewelry of beautiful designs, kc.
Also a complete assortment of Best Quality Heavy Silver
Plated TEA SETTS. Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Cake Baskets
Fruit, Butter and Salt Stands, Castors, Candlesticks, Pearl
Handle Dessert Knives, Spoons, Forks, Ladies' FANCY
ARTICLES, Ac., which willbe sold on the most reasonable
erms. s2O-tl
FURNITURE.
S. S. STEVENS & SONS,
WAREROOMS, MA RBI.-: BUILDING
SI HANOVXK STREET,
opposite New A.-sem ly Rooms,
Manufacturers of
PARLOR,
HALL.
DINING-ROOM,
CHURCH anil
SCHOOL
FURNITURE.
Constantly on band a targe stock of every grade of
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
Including
MATTRESSES,
BEDDING, "COTS,"
SPRING BEDS,
LOOKING GLASSES, Ac.
FACTORY,
No. 6 l.ov street,
mb23-tfr near Front street Theatre.
TQOPONT'S
SPORTING,
BLASTING,
AND SHIPPING POWDER,
for sale at Manufacturer's prices, by the Agents
A. L. WEBB H BRO„
,5-tfr corner Pratt and Commerce street..
JTJLATE GLASS AGENCY.
PLATE GLASS
FOR STORE FRONTS
AND
DWELLINGS.
WM. KING & BRO.,
AGENTS FOR MANUFACTURERS,
And Dealers in Paints, Oils and Glass,
N0.2 North Liberty street,
rahls-fimr Baltimore.
ONN BUSHELS PRIME CLOVERSEED, just
uU received and for sale by
CAP.R, GIESE A CO.,
21 Spear's wha.f.
L7W \ BUSHELS PRIME TIMOTHY FSEED
A UU just received and for sale by
CARR, GIESE & CO..
2! Spear's wharf.
AMILYTAN [/EXTRA FLOUR, just received
and for sale by CARR, GIKSE A CO.,
21 Spear's wharf
ENISON AND WHITE BEANS for sale by
CARR, GIESE 1 CO..
ROSENDALE CEMENT, for sale in lots to suit
purchasers,by CARR, GIKSE A CO..
f2S tf 21 Spear's wharf.
HOT-BED SASHES.
A pood stock on hand, of various sizes, glazed ann
Dot glnz>-d, or any required ?iie made to order promptly
and at lowest rate, for cash,
fc2-t r r + 47 West Kraft street
S*~ ALT!
6.320 sacks common SALT. .
575 14 Marshall 8 Fine SALT, afloat per ship
'John Clark," from Liverpool, for sale by n^.rt „ nt 3
FOARD & ROGERS,
n23-tf 16 Bowly's wharf.
FOR PHILADELPHIA. •
BMSR^TSCOVNECTING WITH THE PHILADEL
PHIA, WILMINGTON ANO BALTIMORE RAILROAD
AT HAVRE DK-GRACK.
On and after WEDNESDAY, Mav iRt, the steamer LAN
CASTER. Capt. Tomlinson, will leave the lower end of West
Falls avenue, (Sundays excepted) at 6 15 A. M. for Havre
de Grace.
By taking this line passengers fcill connect with the train
that leaves Perry ville at 11.50 A. M. and reach Philadel
phia without delay.
Returning will eave Havre de-Grace at 3 o'clock P. M.,
or immediately aftr-r the arrival of th • Philadelphia train.
Passaage to Havre-de Graoe and Port Depnsite $2.
ml-tf JAS J TAYLOR, Agent
FLAG S
FOR SALE BY
SISCO BROTHERS,
95 BALTIMORE STREET,
ap26 2m OPPOSITE I/OLLIDA Y ST.
SPANISH HAMS AND OLIVES.—Just re
k> ceived a small invoice of the delicious Kxtremadura
Hams, and Spanish Olives in k m arid bottles, ard fiesh
Stuffed French Olives, for sale wholesale and retail by
"t'O. HU! Ll>s,
„ pl 3 ,n, It North Charles ttreet.
AVE YOUR CASH.—We have recently Tu>
ported some very superior CASH and HEED BOXES,
made of the h-aviest material, in the best manner with
L(MJKB a "* Cbed - , C.'.RTl^A m cf. er * tt
feim'tfr ,111 and 1S Baltimore .tree!
FOB SALE.—One Six-seat Panel
CARRIAGE, but little used; will be .old a great
bargain. Apply at gift BALTIMORE STREET. aAtf
SPCIIL
1 "VT OTIUK.—The Stockholders of Hit- MOUNT
-L 1 V EKNOX COMPANY lire hereby ie tifieri that u m.-et
] ingffer the election of PRESIDENT attlSIX IHkKCToRS.
to manage the atf.iiis of the Company tor the eusuin*
; twelve month., will he heh! at the Company's office. L'm
hurt street, on MONDAY, ttth May, I>l, between taehonrs
of 111 and 12 o'clock A. M itv order.
aplHeotE n. 11. HfMl'tlßtA >. Sec'y.
OFFICKCL.ERK OF COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS, BALTIMORE, April 22r1. I'fiI.—TRADERS,
ORDINARY AMI OYSTKK-II d SK K Kt* PKKn.rtnd others
requiring Stvte Ai'rvnses, are lu-rvhy nor.fie • to renew the
same 011 or before the lota day of May, or h i snbje - to the
I penalties of the law. W.J. HAMILL
I apgeyitllK) Clerk.
(iOMMERCIAL AND FARMERS' BANK,
J BAEIIVOKK, April 16, 1661. —An Election for ELEVEN
DIRECTORS for th ■ ensuing year, will b held at the
j Itonkinit House, on MONDAY, the 6th day of May next.
I between the hours of eleven and one o'clock.
TRI'EMAN CROSS,
| apli TawtE Cashier.
I "EXTENSION OF TIME Ft) REDISCOUNT ON
\d TAXES.—CITY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, May Ist,
Id —By a resolution or the Mayo- an I City Count-.I passed
yesterday. Tax-Put era are notified that on ail taxes paid b—
t'-re the TENTH OF M A Y. a ili-count of 6 per ernt. on real
property and 8 per cent, on personal property will be al
lowed. JOHN J. uKAVKS. Collector.
ml-tMlo (Evriiinc papers copy till Kith ]
ELECTION NOTICE
OFFICE SPRINGFIELD MINING COMPANY
BALTIMORE. April IT. 1861.—A general meetim; of the Stock
ho rl-rs of the SPRINGFIELD MINING COMPANY tv II
he held at this office on TUESDAY, May 7th. at 12 o , ~ k
M., for the election of a PRESIDENT and EIGHT DIRFC
TORS. The transfer books will be closed from 3d to Bth
May. K. NORRIS, Jr.,
arjl93awßt secretary.
FT ICE OF THE UNION .MANUFACTURE
ING COMPANY OK MARYLAND, PALTHIOKE. April
2eih 1-61—The St'-ekholders in the UNION MANL EAO-
Ti KING COMPANY OK MARYLAND are heteby in
formed that conformably to the charter of the Company,
an election will take place at the Office of the Company, on
MONDAY,6th May next, for TWELVE DIRECTORS to
serve the ensuinp year. corameucinK at 9 o'clock A. M. aud
closing at I o'clock P. M.
ap22 eotE DANIF.I. B BANKS. I'res't.
OFFICE OK THR WATER BOARD, HA LTD
MORE, May Ist, 1861. —SKA LED PROPOSALS will be
received at this office until noon o'the 13th in-t2n.,for
KKPAVING OVER ALL WATER PIPES which may be
laid by the Watei Board for one year from this date.
The city will be divided into two d srricts. east and west
of Jones' Falls. Bidders will state price per lineal foat for
3. 4, 6. 8. 10, 12, 14,16,18, 20 and : '0 inch mains, including the
removal of all rubbish. Ac., from the streets, and the keep
ing of said repaying in good condition f r one year from
the date of repaying. Also, the price per supeificial foot
for repairing holes over water pipes.
All the paving to be done in accordance with the regula
tions adopted by the <ity Commissioners, governing the
repairing of streets. B.y order,
JAMES S. SUTER,
ml-tl3 AAS Water Engineer.
fIOMPTROLLER'S OFFICE,
Vy BALTIMORE April 29th, 1861.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN, that all LICENSES
issued by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore must
be RENEWED at this Office oil or before the2"h of May
next. SAM'L MACCUBBIN,
ap3o-10t Comptroller.
CUTY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, BALTIMORE,
/April 23d, 1861—NOTICE.—In eo- p'iancewith law,
tl propsrtv holders assessed for the OPENING OF.IAMKS'
ALLEY, FROM HAM BURG STREET To WKSTM'KKKT,
are hereby notified that unless the assessments are paid on
or before the 22d day of September, 1861, it will become ne
cessary to advertise the delinquent,' lots f r sale
a23 Ini JOHN* J. Git A VRS. Collector.
ELECTION NOTICE.-MERCHANTS' BANK,
BALTIMORE, April IS, 1861.—Btockholder* will please
take notice that an ELECTION" FOR SEVEN DIRECTORS
will take place at their banking house on MONDAY, the
6th of May, between the hours of 11 and 1 o'clock
apltttltE I'. SPItiGG. Cashier.
OFFICE B A LTI M OR E STK A M PAO KET
COMPANY, BALTIMORE, April 10, 1861.—NOTICE.—
The Stockholders of the Baltimore Steam Packet Company
ar<- hereby notified, that the annual meeting for election of
EIGil r DIRECTORS to manage the affuiis> of said Compa
ny for the ensuing year, will be held at the office of the
Company, foot of Concord street, on HONDA V, the 6S.li day
of May next, 1861, at 11 o'clock A. M.
anil tK W. BALL, Treasurer.
pints, ®Us, <©isss, grst Staffs,fa.
BALTIMORE CHEMICAL PAINT AND
VARNISH WORKS.
W M. DAVISON A CO.,
MANUFACTURERS,
No. lu4 LOMBARD ST.,
Beg leave to call the attention of the trade to their various
brands of WHITE LEAD. Their BALTIMORE PREMIUM
LEAD they warrant equaHo any in the country, and their
French and American ZINCS they guarantee to be unsur
passed in quality.
They also continue trie manufacture of their well known
VARNISHES, of every desci ption.
Refd Saltpetre, all grades. Putty, in bladders and bulk,
Alum, Whiting aDd Chalk,
Copperas, Glue,
lampblack. Sandpaper,
Neatsfsot Oil, j Spanish Brown,
Venitian Red, I YVllow Ochre,
which together with their usual assortment of Paints, they
offer to the trade at the lowest market prices. nfl • fcT
LTUGH BOLTON <FC CO.,
JR. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
GLASS, OILS, PAINTS, Ac.,
Keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of Paint
ers' materials, which are enumerated in part as follows;
Lewis' Pure White Lead; Window Glass;
Lewis' Snow White Zinc; Putty—kegs and bblfl;
Brown Zinc; Raw Unseed Oil:
Chrome Yellow; Boiled Linseed Oil;
Chrome Green; Sperm Oil;
Chinese and American Ver Patent Oil;
million: Machinery Oil;
Prussian Blue: Camnhenc and Ethereal Oil;
Refined Lamp Black; Copal and Japan Varnishes:
Common Lamp Black Paint and Varnish Brushes;!
Verdegris; Leather Varnish;
He a die Varnish; Neatsfoot Oil.
Shellac Varnish; '
And every other article appertaining to our business; all
of which will he sold at lowest prices at
a3l-tf No. 81 McELDIRKY t 3 WHARF.
DYE WOODS, DY K DRY-SALTU
RIES.
S,oio bbls. chipred end ground D V'E WOODS;
2d casks Madder, free from sand;
110 * 4 Bleaching Powders, high test*.
100 44 So£a Ash, 44 44
2.)!> casks and obis. GLUE, Irish and American
Acids, all kinds, Hond, Cochineal,
Alum, lump and ground, l.ac Dye,
Bark. Pot and Pearl Ashetj
Bi. Crr-ir. Pot A Pruss. Pot Ash,
Blue Vitrei, Pumice Stone,
Borax, Paris White,
China Clay, Roll Brimstone,
Copperas, Rod Tartar,
C earn Tartar, Red Lead,
Cudbear, Sugar of Lead,
Catch, Sicily Sumac,
Emery, Sa! Soda,
Extract Logwood. Sand Crucibles,
Gum Shellac, Terra Japonica.
Indigo Caraccas, , Verdigris,
44 Bengal, Whiting, Ac., &c
For sale by K. J. BA K KR.
r.to if 36 South Cbarlfnffi;rpt. j
QAMP MILITARY GOODS.
We have in our stock a great variety of articles suitable j
for UII.ITaUY OMPaEiI£W, .... o.r, •„ ri .l v .
large or small quantitif s at low rates, such as
KNIVES AND FORKS,
SPOONS,
BRITANNIA and PLATED WARE
of all qualities.
EXTRA STRONG CHINA PLATFS.
EXTRA STRONG UILNA CUI'S AND SAUCERS.
COOKING UTENSILS of every character.
TIN CUPS, PLATES, and other articles of very heavy
Tin, on hand or made to order as may he desired.
LiQUOR FLASKS in gieat variety.
CORTLAN k CO.,
api'T tf Nos. 216 and 218 Baltimore street.
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
CHEAPER THAN EVER!
AT THE SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
8S WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
between Gay and H Jliday streets.
Tha undeisigned takes this meth d of informing Vis
friends and th- public, that he is selling the balance of his
Fall ami Winter STOCK at much reduced prices, to make
room for a large and select stock that I am now manufac
turing. suitable for spring and Summer <■( French Calf
Skin BOTS, SHOES and GAITERS, French Patent i
Leather do. do, Trench Kid do. do. By a particular '
method of measuring 1 am enabled to fit the raos' tender I
feet, so a they can wear my work without any difficulty.
Thankful for the liberal patronage 1 have receive land
still manufacturing in the latest improved stvle A rail is
lesrectfully solicited. P. GAHAN,
fe2B-tf No. 8S West Bait more street.
0 CASH PURCHASERS.
Your attention is respectfully invited to our large
STOCK oF BUILDING MATERIALS. We are offering
extra icducem-nts to buyers for CASH
GEO. O. STEVENS,
47 W. st Pratt street,
mh27-!fr near Spear's wharf
LARD—
Put up in small packages expressly for family use,
for sab- by G KORG EAJ EN KIN S,
ap26 1' t No. 48 South street.
no You WANT WHISKERS?
1J DO YOU WANT Will KRFS?
DO YOU W NT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLINGHAAI'S
CELEBRATED
STIMULATI \ G ON G U EXT,
* FOR THE WHISKERS AND HAIR.
The subscribers take pleasure in Announcing to the citi
zens of the United States, that they have obtained the
Agency for,and are now enabled t> offer to the American
public, the above justly celebrated and world-renowned
art icle.
THE STIMULATING ONGUENT is prepared by Dr. C.
?. Bel'ineham, an eraiuen physician of i ondon, and is
warranted to bring out a thick set of WHISKERS OR A
MUSTACHE in from three to six weeks. This article i 9 the
only one of the kind used by the French, and in London
and Paris it is in universal use.
it is a bcauti ul, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
conn ound, acting as if by magic upon the roots, causing a
beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to the
scalp, it will cure BALDNESS, and cause to spring UP in
place of the bald spots a fine growth of new hair. Applied
according to directions, it will turn RED or towy hair PARK,
and restore gray hair to its original color, leaving it soft,
smooth, and flexible. The "Unguent" is an indispensable
article in every gentleman's toilet, and after one week's
use they would not for any consideration be without it.
The subscribers are the only Agen's for the art cle in the
United States, to whom all orders must be add res ed
Price One Dollar a box—-for sa'e by all Druggists and
Dealers; or a box of the "Unguent" (warranted to have the
desired effect) will sent to any who desire it, by mail
(direct), securely packed, on receipt of price and
sl.lß. Apply to or address
HORACE L. II EG EM AN k CO.,
Druggists Ac.,
mhl2 6m _ 21 William street. New York.
WM. T. MURDOCH THOS. W. KICHAH
[Late Lind <£ Murdoch.)
MURDOCH A RICHARDS,
ARCHITECTS AND SUPERINTENDENTS,
COBNSHOF CALVERT AND BALTIMORE bTS.,
n2-tr Third Story.
I"7~0. LIND;
LI. ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT
Southwest corner of Charles and Fayette streets.
Tvi-tf Entrance on Favettee tree
TO SOUTHERN & WESTERN MERCHANTS
RODEWALD & SINDALL,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AMS DEALERS IN
INDIGO, SPICKS, SOAP, STARCH,
SODA ASH, SAC. SODA, 81-CARB
SODA, SALERATUS and GROCERS'
DRUGS,
23 CHEAPSIIJK, Baltimore,
Invite the attention of Merchant, visiting this city to en
examination of their stock, which in variety ami price is
notjiurpassed either in this orany of the Northern cities.
11filers respectfully solicited and faithfully executed.
*u2s V
VITINDOW SASHES,
VV DOORS AND BLINDS.
Thoroughly seasoned, well made, and at prices to ?uit the
times. For sale by GEO. O. STEV ENS.
toh2' y tfr 47 West Fratt street
CASHMARETS.
Twenty cases BLACKS, DRABS, BROWN and FA N
CY MIXTURES of the.begt makes, just received and for
sale by FRICK, PHILLIPS & CO.,
d2l-tf South Charl- a street.
I VAST STEEL BKLLSL
M. KEITH, JR., k SON, Agents, 25 South Charles
treet, have in store a sample of these now celebrated Bells,
made by NayUr, Vicker* A Co., Sheffield, England, to
which they respectfully ask the attention of church organi
zations, fire departm- nts, and individuals throughout the
Southern and \* estern States. Bells supplied at short no
tice, varying in weight from 35 lbs. to 6,0U0 lbs. Prices are
only one-third as much as bronze, and Jess than half as
which as composition Bells. Circulars can be had on appli
cation. ap2(Vtf
WM. J. HOOPER & Co.,
CORNIB OF SOUTH AND PBATT STRFFT.S,
....... Baltimore,
..VAN'CFACTDRERS OF
MACHINE WOVE SEINES.
SEINES TANNED, TARRED AND RIGGED.
DEALERS IN FISHING ROPE, ulu '
u2O-tf AND SEINE TWINE. Ac
ITPBRLE CHAMPAGNE;
This celebrated Wine is highly sparkling, perfectly
pure and cf a rich fruity taste, unsurpassed in quality by
any Wine, in the. American mark'/.
RUBIS (Cabinet) CHAMPAGN E —Particular attention ot
connoisseurs is invited to its qualities and superiority as a
dinner Wine of unrivalled merit. Its beautiful Huby coU>r is
guaranteed to he ttie natuial product of the grape.
Particui-ArNotick.— Tbeundersigned, heingaware that
many competitors are spreading the report tnat the Wine
imported under the name of Rubis is artificially colored, do
hereby bid the rum of TBN THOUSAND DOLLARS to any knovrr,
chemist who could in any public experiment, afford the
scientific proof that the deep color of the Rnbis lsdue to any
thing else but thepure juice of the grape.
J. GOSRO A LO.,
A Ckalons-sur-Marne, France.
For sale wholesale by
CHARLES H. MYERS ft BRO.,
nIT-tf A Baltimore
RICHMOND FLOUR.
We have just received 2,0(K) bbls. of the celebrated
"TALIAFERRO & BRO." Flour, fre h ground and in
superior order, for sale in quantities to suit.
We are prepared to negotiate for entire cargoes delivered
here, or at the Mills in Richmond.
2-A-tf P. VAT-COtf * GO . Aventc
OTICE TO CREDITORS.—Notice is hereby
given to the Creditors of GILBERT M. BASTABLK,
that the said Gilbert M. Bastahle did, on the second day of
March, 1851, execute a Deed of Trust of all his estate and
property for the benefit of hi£ creditors to the subscriber.
The deed creates a preference in favor of cei tain creditors
therein named: after the payment of which claims itcon-
i Te . y ®JlV e re ?idue for th ■ benefit of all other creditors of
satd Gilbert M. Bastahle Sa d deed has been recorded in
trie office of the Llerk of the Suuerior Court of Baltimore
SS&ffJWiS th * office of my attorneys, Messrs.
STEELE h TAGART, No. 82 Fayette -treet.
iniß9i. KDWD. WILLIAMS,
aplß-2aw4w A Trustee.
CEPHALIC PILLS
CURE
| SICK HEADACHE,
CURE
NERVOUS II EADA CH E ,
CURE
ALL KINDS OF HEADACHE
By the use of these PIII3 the periodic attacks of Nervous
or Sick Headache ruay be prevented; and if taken at the
commencement of an atUck immediate relief from pain
and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Headache
to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels—removing Costiveness.
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and all
ergons 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
t rength of the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of lGng investiga
tion and carefully conducted experiments, having 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 state of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their composition, 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 chil
dren,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
The genuine have five signatures of Henry C. Spalding 0
each Box.
Sold by Druggista and all other Dealers in Medicines
A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of the
PRICE 25 CENTS.
AH orders should be addressed to
IIENKY C. SPALDING,
4S Cedar Sree, New York.
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
SPALDING'S
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM
HEADACHE,
THAT A
SPEEDY AND SURE CURE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.'
As these Testimonials were unsolicited by MR. SPALDING,
they afford unquestionable proof of the efficacy
of this truly scientific discovery,
MASONVILLE, OONN., Feb. 5,1861.
MR.. SPALDING.
SIR: I have tried your Cephalic Pills, and 1 like them so
well that I want you to send me two dollars' worth more.
Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave a
few out of th' box I got fr< m you.
Send the Pills by mail, and oblige
Your obedient servant,
JAMES KENNEDY.
HAVERFORD, PA., Feb. 6, 1861
MR. SPALDING
SIR; I wish you to send me one more box of your Cepha
lic Pills, I have received a great deal of benefit from them.
Yours, respectfully.
MARY ANN STOIKHOCSE
SPRUCE-CREEK, HUNTINGTON CO., PA.,?
January 18,1861. )
H. C. SPALDING.
SIR; YOU will please send me two boxes of your Cephalic
Filia. Send them immediately.
Respectfully yours,'
JNO. B. SIMONS
P. S. — ] have used que box of your Pills, and find them
excellent.
BELLE VF.RNON, OHIO, Jan. 15,1861.
HENRY C. SPALDING, Esq.
Please find inclosed twenty-five cents, for which send me
another box of your Cephalic Pills. They are truly the
best Pills 1 have ever tried.
Direct A. STOVER, P. M.
BEVERLY, MASS., Dec. 11, 1860
H. C. SPALDING, Esq.
I wish for some circulars or large show bills, to bring,
your Cephalic Pills more particularly before my customers.
It you have anything of the kind, please send to me. v
(>oe of my customers, WHO is subject to severe Sick ITead
ackie. msualiv iating two d ivs,) was cured of an attack
i n one hour honour J*tls y which 1 sent her.
Respectfully yours. W. B. WILKES.
KEYNOLD3BURG, FRANKLIN Co., OHIO, ?
January 9,1561. >
HENRY C. SPALDING,
No. 4* Cedar street, N. Y.
I) EAR SIR: Inclosed find twenty-five cents. (25.) for which
nd box of "Cenhtlic Pills." Send to address of Rev. Wm
C. Filler. IJ-ynoM.-bnrg, Franklin Co.. Ohio.
Yonr PUis work like a charm—cure Headache almost
instar t*r.
Truly yours, WM. C. FILLER.
YPBILANTI, MICH., Jan. 14,1561.
Mr SPALDING.
SIR: Not lonic since I sent to you for a bo* of Cephalic
Pills for the cure of the Ner< ous Headache and Cost veness,
and received the s :nie, they had 10 good an effect that 1 was
induced to send fur more.
Please send by return mail. Direct to
A. R. WHEELER,
Ypsilanti, Michigan.
1 From the Examiner, Norfolk, Ya.]
Cephalic Pills accomplish the object for which they wer
made, viz: Cure of headache in all its forms.
[From the Democrat, St. Cloud. Minn.]
If you are, or have been troubled the headac
send for a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so that may have th
in case of an attack.
[From the St. Louis Democrat.J
The immense demand for the article (Cephalic Pills) 1
rapidly increasing.
| From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va
They have been tested iu more than.- a thousan casis
with entire success
[From the Southern Path Finder, New Orleans, La.]
Try them! you that are afflicted, and we are sure tha
your testimony can be added t-> the already numerous lis
that has rec ievd benefits that no .other medicine can pr
duce.
[From the Daily News, Newport, R. I J
Cephalic Fills are taking the place of all kinds.;
TFrom the Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Mass.]
Said to be very efficacious for the headache
[ From the Western R R. Gazette, Chicago. Til. I
We heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, and his unrivalled
Cephalic Fills.
[From the Advertiser, Frovidence, R. I.]
The testimony in their favor is strong, from the most
respectable quarters.
[From the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Va.]
We are sure that persons suffering from the headache,
who try them, will stick to them.
[From the Advertiser, Frovidence, R. I.J
The CepJialic Pills are said to be a remarkable effective
remedy for the headache, and one of the very best for tha
very frequent complaint which has ever been discovered.
[From the Gazette, Davenport, lowa.]
Mr. Spalding would not connect his name with an articl
he did not know to possess real merits.
[From the Commercial, Cincinnati, Ohio.l
Suffering humanity can now be relieved.
97" A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
will save ten times its cost annually. _£>
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUEI
SAVE THE PIECES!
ECONOMY DISPATCHI
KT-'A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated fami
lies, it is very desiiable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ac,
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can afforc
to be without it. It is always ready, and up to the stick
ing point.
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.'
N.8.-A Brush accompanies each Bottle. Price. 25 cents
Addreis, HENRY C. BPALDING,
No. 48 CEDAR Street, New York.
CAUTION.
As certain unprincipled persons are attempting to palm
off on the unsuspecting publics imitations of my PRE
PARED GLUE, 1 would caution all persons to examine
before purchasing, and see that the full name,
gySPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.jM
is on the outride wrapper, all other* are swindling ooun.
orbit*. blß.tf
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, MAY 6, 1861.
_ Jarastmints.
QOSTINBNTAL OPERA. HOUSE.
lessee an! Propri-tor WM. ELLIXGFR.
StaKe Director CHAS. HENRI.
Conductor of Orchestra A. JAMIESON.
THIS K~V~E N I S 0.
JOSEPH PARKER, JOSEPH PARKER.
SARAH DUVAL, SAKAII DUVAL.
LEI OA WRITE,
I. EI DA WHITE,
I. EI DA WHITE,
I.EI OA WHITE,
I.EIIIA WHITE,
LEI DA WHITE
Admission Kift.v and Twe' lv cents.
NO BOYS ADMITTED.
Insurance monies.
MARINE
AND INLAND INSURANCE.
mm INSURANCE AND BANKING COMPANY
ESTABLISHED IN 1828.
Condition n r the Company on the 3d December, 1860, per
Report to the Governor of Georgia, published in accordance
with the laws of that State.
ASSISTS. , LIABILITIES. _
Bills Receivable,* stock $375,000.00
FxchangeonNew iCirculation 1 8,216.50
York $359,086.91 J Deposits 16,9/5.76
St cks,;Bonds and Dividends unpaid.. 1651.87
**eal Estate 101,816.43 Surplus 1tri.774.62
Due by Banks and 1
Agents 106,994.25
Specie in vault, the
bona fide proper ty
of the Co 106 671.10
$674,568.75! $674,568.75
TEX .PER CENT. IN CASH RETURNED UPON THE
PREMIUMS ON ALL RISKS TERMINATING WITHOUT
LOSS.
1.055F.3 ADJUSTED AND PAID AT VIIIS AGENCY
WITHOUT REFERENCE TO THE HOME OFFICE.
KREBS & HAM.,
AGENTS,
53 EXCHANGE PLACE.
WM. KREBS.
W. CARVEL HALL. fe22-eotf
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE CO.
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
Cash Capital and reserved fund $6,000,000
Invested in the United States 850,000
Daily revenue 7,500
SHAREHOLDERS PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR
ALL ENGAGEMENTS OF THE COMPANY.
ALL DIRECTORS ARE SHAREHOLDERS.
DIRECTORS IN NE W YORK.
JAMES BROWN, Chairman.
FRANCIS COTTENET, Deputy C? airman.
E. M. ARCHIBALD, H. B. M. Consul.
EUGENE DUTILH, HENRY GRINNELL,
JOS. GAILLARD, ALEX. HAMILTON, Jr.,
E. F. SANDERSON.
BALTIMORE AGENCY.
LOCAL ADVISORY BOARD:
ALEX. TURNBULL, C. MORTON STEWART,
WM. H. GRAHAM, WM. F. MURDOCH.
Counsel, F. W. BRUNE, Esq., of firm of Brown A Brnne
RISKS TAKEN ON PROPERTY OF EVERY DESCRIP
TION AND ON LIVES AT THE LOWEST CURRENT
RATES.
KREBS & HALL,
WM. KREBS, Agents for the
W. CARVEL HALL. State of Maryland,
58 EXCHANGE PLACE,
fe22-eotf BA LTIM ORE.
WM. KREBS. W. CARVEL HALL
KREBS <£ TIALLy
INSURANCE AGENTS
AND
ADJUSTERS OF AVERAGES.
Also, BROKERS in all business connected 'with Vessels,
Damaged Goods and claims against Insurance Companies
fe22-eotf 53 EXCHANGE PLACE.
ARYLAND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BALTIMORE.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF BALTIMORE
AND NORTH STREETS.
CHARTERED CAPITAL $300,000.
This Company having a large active cash capital offers
Insurance against OSS or DAMAGE by rIKE on all de
scriptions 01 Property in the city or elsewhere, including
Vessels on the waters of the Chesapeake, and car/toes in
port.
1 he terms will be moderate and no expense incurred for
a change of Policy to this office.
THUS. JO. HAMBLETON, President.
bIRKCTORS:
William W. Spence, William Hopkins,
John J. Abrahams, J. Summer ft.dd Berry,
Frederick Fickey, Jr., Charles VV.Lord,
John Stellman, Fdward \V. Robinson,
George F. Sloan, John A. Mambleton,
James H. Hoblitzell. Jra G. Can field
aps-eotf OTIS SPEAR, Secretary
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE
COMPANY, No. 4 SOUTH STREET.
OPPOSITE THE SUN BUILDING.
Recognized for the PROMPT PAYMENT OF ITS LOSSES
AND EXPLICIT POLICIES, insures DWELLINGS, KUK
NITURE, VESSELS in port, MERCHANDISE and other
property at the LOWEST RATES OF PREMIUM.
JOHN K. MOORE, President.
DIRECTORS.
WM. A. HACK, LANCASTER OULD,
JAMES C WHEEDEN, JAMES A. BRUCE,
ALLEN PAINE, SAMUEL KIRK,
K. C. MASON, FRANCIS BURNS,
JACOB TRUST, JAMES YOUNG,
JAMES GETTY, JOS. C. BOYD,
NOAH WALKER, JAS. B. GEORGE, SR.,
J. T. FARLOW, F. A. MILLER.
sl3-cotf JOHN DUKEHAKT, Secretary.
A I? T I M U~i\. 13
LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
INCORPORATED 1830.
CHARTER PERPETUAL.
OPFIOE-XO. 6 SOOTH BTRXIII.
JOHN J. DONALDSON, PUXBIDEST.
NSUKESLIVES FOP. ONE YEAR, A TERM OF YEARS
OR FOR LIFE.
ANNUITIES FOR AGED PERSONS.
ENDOWMENTS FOR CHILDREN.
SLAVES INSURED, either Men, Women or Children,
at the lowest rates
DIRECTORS:
WM. G. HARRISON, J. J. DONALDSON.
S. J. DONALDSON, A. ALDRJDGE,
C. A. SCHAEFER, GEO. S. GIBSON,
E. F. CHAMBERS, ROBT. A. TAYLOR.
F. M. COLSTON, Secretary.
DR. F. DONALDSON, Medical Examiner,
od-tf 34 Franklin street.
CVOALE'S INSURANCE AGENCY,
J COHMIKCIAL BUILDINGS, GAT ST.
GEO. B. COAI.E,
the Licensed Agent, with full powers, for the
FIRE.
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Cash Assets, $956,000.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORE,
Cash Assets, $1,482,090.
CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD,
Cash Assets, $330,215.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO., HARTFORD,
Cash Assets, $351,084.
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INSURANCE CO.,
Cash Assets, $313,233.
MARIS!.
MERCHANTS' MUTUAL INS. CO., OF BALTIMORE,
Assets, $214,430.
WM. GRAHAM, Prea't.
GEO. B. COALE, Sec'y.
LIPS.
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE
UNITED STATES.
FIRE, MARINE or LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES ob
tained to any amount in Companies of the very best stand
ing, and at the most reasonable rates.
Reliable information given on all matters relating to FIRE
INSURANCE, such as forms of application, statements of
loss, Ac., Ac.
SHORT RISKS on Merchandise taken, with return of Pre
mium. for months not used.
s!3-tf GEORGE B. COAI.K. Agent.
TURKMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY.—
H OFFICE ON THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SOUTH
AND SECOND STREETS.
Insures against loss or damage by FIREca ALL DE3CRIF
HONS OF PROPERTY within the limits of the city?
HKNK* P. DUHURST, President.?
BOARD OF DIRBCTORS:
John H. Ehlen. . F. W. Bennett,
Augustus J. Albert, i Samuel Hart,
Chas. M. Keyser, j Hugh Bolton,
C. A. Schaeier, | Robert Taylor,
Edward Jenkins, I John G. Rear.ey,
Frederick Achey, I Thomas Creamer,
Thomas W. Levering, James Fields,
Nathan Tyson, ! Garrett Brown,
F. Littig Shaffer, , John M. Gait,
Joshua Dryden, Thomas Wilson,3
John Clashing, i Henry R. I audcrman,
Charles A. Gnnnel, I Caleb Parks,
Mendes I. Cohen, David H. Shriver,
, George S Gibson, Joshua Jones,
George Rogers j Isaac M. Denson,
James >1 A. ueisori i John A. Shriver.
ju7 tf FRANCIS J. McGlNNlS,Secretary.
JjMRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
OFFICE, N0..63 SECOND STREET.
UNDOUBTED SECURITY AND LOW RATES
The undersigned represent, at their old established agen
cy, the following first class Companies, with an aggregate
capital exceeding
SIX MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
ASTNA INSURANCE CO.. HARTFORD $2,000,000
PHtENIX INSURANCE CO., HARTFORD 860,000
MERCHANTS' INS. CO., HARTFORD 280,000
NEW ENGLAND INS. CO., HARTFORD 280,000
MASSASOIT INS. CO., SPRINGFIELD 280,000
SPRINGFIELD INS. CO., SPRINGFIELD 600,000
iETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO., HARTFORD 250,000
INTERNATIONAL LIFE DO., LONDON 2,500,00
POLICIES ISSUED and Losses paid atthe Agency.
s!7-tf J. G. PROUD ft SONS.
MAUDS.
20 cases Mem'ant'Rcys'TßAVlLllNG SHAW
FKICK, PHILLIPS ft CO.,
%-Qtf 1 Hntith Churl■
T. R. MATTHKWS. T. R. MATTHEWS, JR., WM. P. DAWSOM
IIHOS. R. MATTHEWS & SONS,
SHIPPING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ja23-tf No. 18 Bowly's wharf.
hI HOW-GASES
> OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Manufactured, and an assortment always on hand,
and for sale by
JOHN MAYER,
tittS o- so MoCi.ar.LAW'M Apr.*,
OK D WARD'S
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE,
In quarts, pint! and half.pints, for sale at manufacturers
prices by GEORGE WARNER,
Agent frr manufacturers,
tnvlS-ff 'WB. RnUwit
ALT.—4,500 sacks G. A. SALT, 2,000 sacks
Jeffrey k Darcy's fine SALT, just arrived from Liver
pool, and now landing from ship Gustave. and tor sale in
lots to suit purchasers, by JOH \ GKEACEN,
aplfi-tf fc°- P3 Exchange Flare.
NPHE MERCANTILE AGENCY
J. D. PRATT ft CO..
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND b. CHARLES STREETC.
Theproprietorsrespectfullyinvite such Merchants as aie
not already subscribers to the Agency, and who sell goods on
credit, to call and examine our system and test the reliabili
ty of our information. From long experience and the satis
factory testimonials of thousands of merchants in the differ
ent cities East and West,who have for years been subscribers
we can assure all who will call, whetN°r they sell good* tc
the cities or country towns, ample satisfaction as to the reus
bility of our information, and the great beaeflt to be derive
from the Agency, by those who subscribe. mh6-tf
jankers anil
MARTIN LEWIS,
BILL AND STBCK BROKER,
I .. So. 44 SECOND STREET,
Mas special arrangements for the purchase and sale of
STOCKS, BuNPS, Ac.,
__ A In th 6 New York market
MARTIN LEWTST
NOTE A.V 0 BILL BROKER,
p . No. nSECONI' STREEr.
Fay* individual attention 11 th" negotiation of Commer
cial 1 aper ami Loans cf all descriptions.
Cash advances made on ColHterals. A mlrJ tf
lvroTEs, STOCKS ANDTONDS
JI BOUGHT AND SOLD.
MAR TIN LEWIS.
No 44 SECOND STP.ET,
sun SOUTH STREET.
Buys and sells on Commission.
NEGOTIABLE BUSINESS PAPER,
STOCKS AND BONDS IN ALL MARKETS,
( .'TV.V NTS DISCOUNTS ON APPROVED SECURITIES,
ADVANCES MONEY ON COLLATERALS,
BUYS AND SELLS N KW YOKK EXCHANGE,
BIAS AND 5E1.1.3 FIRST-CLASS GROUND RENTS
and attends personally to all and every kind of Broker and
Banking business. * jal.Vlf
IEONARD J. TORMEY,
* DEALER IN
COM ME R VIAL PAPER,
No. 19 SOUTH STREET,
BALTIMORE, MD.
COMMERCIAL -77" j ...
PAPER V Bought, bold and Negotiated.
LOAN'S. . $ Special attention given to the Negotiation
Sol Loans on tot mass Securities. Jal6-tf
JR. MCGINN & co.,
• STOCK A M) BILL BROKERS,
I „ No. G NORTH STREET.
I „ B'!)' , a!; d sell on commission exclusively STOCKS,
ISI >.\ . la, sc., in this and • > her markets. ja4-6m
LAWRASON & SMITH,
STOCK AND BILL BROKERS
I NO. 23 SOUTH.BTRXET,
i Negotiate Business Paper and Loans, and execute orders
i for Stocks in this and other markets. julg tf
A/|"ONEY BUSINESS.
l'X MARTIM LEWIS,
No 44 SECOND STREIT.
First house from Sruth street.
Attends promptly to the
NEGOTIATION OF MERCANTILE
AND BUSINESS PAPER.
EFFECTS LOANS ON STOCKS
AND OTHER SECURITIES.
MAKES ADVANCES ON COLLATERALS.
GRANTS DISCOUNTS ON GOOD PAPER.
EXECUTES ORDERS FOR STOCKS in all the markets,
AND TRANSACTS THE BROKER AND BANKING
BUSINESS I.N ALL ITS BRANCHES. jeS-!f
J NO. S. GITTINGS & CO.,
BANKERS. EXCHANGE,
STOCK AND BILL BROKERS,
No. 29 SOUTH STREXT.
Buy and sell on Commission Stock and Securities in thi3
ind other markets.
Purchase and sell Ground Rent*.
Advances made on Stocks, Real Estate, Notes, and other
collaterals.
Negotiate Time Paper and Stock Loans.
Make collections on ail accessible points ia the United
States and Canada.
Receive deposits in Bankable and Dncurrent Funds, and
transact the busings of Private Banking in all of its depart
ments. Interest allowed on deposits. jalH-tf j
QAMUEL HARRIS & SONS,
KJ BANKERS, STOCK EXCHANGE
AND NOTE BROXER3,
NO. 196 BALTIMOR* STREET,
COLLECT on all accessible points in the United State? and
Can ad as, promptly, and on favorable terras.
BUY ana SELL CHECKS and UN CURRENT BANK
NOTES, at low rates.
NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER and STOCK LOANS, and
buy and sell on Commission STOCKS and SECURITIES in
this and other markets.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS in Bankable or Uncurrent Funds
and transact the Banking and Exchange Business in every
department. . mhl-ly
JH. LUCKETT^
• STOCK, NOTE, BILL,
AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
81 SECOND STREET, Baltimore.
REFERENCES:
P. Gibson, Cashier Dank of Baltimore, Baltimore.
C. R. Coleman. Cashier Mechanics* Bank, Baltimore.
J. M. Buck, Cashier Franklin Bank. Baltimore.
Thomas J. Carson. Banker, Baltimore.
Thomas D. Johnston, Baltimore.
J. C. Adams, Baltimore.
Warwick, Frick & Ball, Baltimore.
R. Mickle, Cashier Union Rank of Maryland, Baltimore.
B. A. Vickers, President Marine Baltimore.
Johnston, Bro. A Co.. Bankers, Baltimore.
Jpsiah Lee A Co., Bankers. Baltimore.
Hugh Jenkins A Co., Baltimore.
Young A Carson, Baltimore.
Wm. Pinkpwt Brooke, Washington, D. C. myls-tf
STEHTUNC exchange.
ROSS CAMPBELL A CO.,
24 HANOVER STREET.
Have constantly for sale
BILLS ON LONDON,
mMO-tf In sums to suit purchasers
S HARRIS. JR.,
• ' BASEMENT CHF.SAPEAKE BANK,
NORTH STREXT,
Buys anil sells all the stock# and other securities of this
and other markets on commission. sell-tf
ITST'JMLMOR. JR.,
V V STOCK AND BILL BROKER,
No. 77 SECOND BTRXKT,
Buv.-. aHi sells on Commission Stocks and Securities in
this a.nd other markets.
Makes advances on Stocks and other Collaterals.
Neir'-tiat-s Time Papt r and Loaiis. nUHf
Stocks, (fßschangc, #c.
■vroTioE.
> N We are prepared to give CASH ADVANCES on con
signments to our friends Messrs. K. &T. Wo award A Co.,
of Liverpool. F. L. BKAUNS A CO.,
d2O-tf corner of Cheapside and l<o(nb#rd itrwt,
ATORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA IIAII.RUAD
11 BONDS for sale by SAM UEI, HAKRIS, Jr.,
jul7-tf Basement Cbesapeake Bank.
C COLLECTIONS ON ALL PROMINENT
J POINTS SOUTH AND '.VEST maile by
mh2l-tf THO. J. CAHSON.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD CO.
BONDS wanted by SAMUEL HAKRIS, Jr.,
apfi-tf basement Chesapeake Bank,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO R. r. BONDS isg7.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad bonds 1875.
Do. do. do. 1889.
Do. do. do. 1885.
Northwestern Va. Railroad bonds 2d mortgage.
Do. do. do. do. 3d do. endorsed.
Wanted by SAMUEL HARRIS, Jr.,
mb 13 tf basement .Chesapeake Bank.
T7IRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA BANK
r NOTES for sale by THO. J. CARSON,
fe2f. tf 204 Baltimore street.
ON XXV- VoRK, PHILADEL-
Li PHI A, BOSTON, RICHMOND. PETERSBURG and
NORFOLK, for sale by THO. J. CARSON,
fe26-tf 2'4 Baltimore street.
NCURRENT BANK NOTES AND DRAFTS
on all points South and West, purchased at best rates,
TLH>. •/. OARFLUN,
_fe2C-tf 204 Baltimore street.
BROTHERS BONINGER,
No. 2a SOUTH CHARMS STRRIT, (up stairs, i
OFFEK FOR SALE FUKF.IGM EXCHANGE on all .be
principal cities of Germany, on LondoD, Paris and Amster
dam. mhliMf
ADV A NOES MA HE ON BUS! N ESS PAPER
AND APPROVED COLLATERA LS by
t.-'-'o tf THO. J. CARSON
B"" A.NK OF BALTIMORE STOCK WANTED
by JNO. 3 GITTINGS ti CO.,
sbtf 29 South at.
MARYLAND SIXES.— Maryland 6 per cent.
inscribed loan, for sale by
SAML. HARRIS, Jr.,
foO-tf Basement" hesap'-ake Bank.
IMS PAPER NEGOTIATED by"
I SAML. HARRIS & SONS,
jalT tf 1% Baltimore street.
Bk O. R. R. BONDS 1867 WANTEDBY
• JNO. S. GITTINGS & CO.,
sßtf South st.
SCRIP OP NEW YORK AND PHI LAD EL
PHIA INSURANCE COMPANIES wanted bv
KREBS & HALL,
fe22-tf 58 Exchange Place
TE RUNG" EX CH A N G E.
For sale by KNOX A CO ,
an 18 tf 9 Grocer's Exchange.
STOCKS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS BOUGHT
and sold by JNO. S. GITTINGS A CO.,
sAtf 29 South st.
EW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA FUNDS
_^nrHb : Hv fnlfitf 1 THO J PARSON
MISSOURI 6 s FOR SALE BY
JNO. S. GITTINGS A CO.,
sStf 29 South St.
MERCHANTS' BANK STOCK FOR SALE BY
JNO. S. GITTINGS & CO..
j sßtf 29 South st.
} FIREMEN'S INSURANCE STOCK WANTED
? by SAMUEL HARRIS, Jr.,
juiT-tf Basement Chesapeake Bank.
MARYLAND STOCK iB9o WANTED BY
JNO. S. GITTINGS 4 CO.,
sßtf 29 South St.
C COMMERCIAL & FARMERS' BANK STOCK
J wanted by JNO. S. GITTINGS ft CO.,
sßtf 29 South st.
NKW YORK MARINE INSURANCE SCRIP
wanted by KNOX & CO.,
ap2B-tf * Exchange Place.
ALTIMORE 6 PER CT. LOAN FOR SALE
by SAML. HARRIS, Jr.,
jul7-tf Basement Chesapeake Bank.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD BONDS
wanted by SAML. HARRIS, Jr,
juiT-tf Basement Chesapeake Bank.
LITOCGS.
ED. 11. WILSON,
A T TOR SKY A T LA IT,
No. 14 LAW BUILDINGS,
Corner of St. Paul and Lexington streets, (up stairs.)
mli2o ly BALTIMORE, MP.
MOSES ENGLEHKART,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 31 SPI RRIER'S COURT,
(Rear of the Law Buildings,)
LEXINGTON STREET, BETWEEN CHARLES AND SV PAUL,
BALTIMORE.
All business entrusted to his care will be punctually at
tended to oi. w .-ivr
QHARLES OTkIiRR,
A TTORNET-A T-L A W,
OFFICE—No. 31 ST. PAUL STREET,
(BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND SARATOGA STREETS,)
820-tf Baltimore. M L
KEROSENE AND PHOTOCEN
OIL, >V,
MANUFACTURED IN BALTIMORE,
AND WARRANTED EQUAL TO THE BEST
OILS EVER MADE.
BURNING IN ANY COAL OIL LAMP,
FREE FROM SMOKE AND SMELL.
In quantities to suit the trade,
and at prices that will enable our customers
to compete with any and all other dealers.
CRUDE OILS PURCHASED.
CAPRON Jt CO., Agents,
mh27-tf No. 3 Corn Exchange, Wood street.
N£VER vu F FS R WITH
15 88 81 jpiß W.AF.M WEATHER is COMING.
j fatacraßC43>^g^ca^v^'j Worthy of at ention, of all who
suff'-r with the Piles in anv form. This preparation, which
I call the attention to, is exceedingly soothing and refresh
ing in its application for the cure of the above terrible dis
ease It is reliable, rapid, simple and durable. The first
application, all inliarr.nvation wiil subside and a rapid cure •
in a few days. Old stubborn cases of years'standing only I
require the use of two or three small boxes of this r alve |
and a permanent cure will be the. result. This Salve
has risen more rapid :n public favor than any ever Invented
or discovered, and has effe ted more permanent cures
of desperate cases than any remedial agent ever brought
before the public. There are hundred* at this moment,
both male and female, using this Ointment with great suc
-oess. Every person should apply before warm weather to
a ne of the agents f*r a circul ir, and give Betton's Pile Salve
trial Sold by Wholesale and Retail Druggists. Small
box 60 cents. Ask for Betton's, and have no other.
A box will be sent bv mail or express pre-paid) on the
receipt of one dollar. All orders from the country attended
to with dispatch. Address T. W. BETTON, Baltimore, Md.
Principal depot at
COLEMAN k ROGERS', Druggists,
mh2-tf Baltimore. Mdj
TVTALDEN SHAWLS.
V, - A large assortment Latliea' 1.0r.v and Squar
SHAWLS, in new and beautiful designs of this celebrated
make—f aale by the Agents.
anS-tf FRIOK. PHILLIPS * CO.
STB AM MARBLE WORKS.
HUGH SISSON,
CONTENT NORTH ASD MONUMKNT STRUTS,
Baltimore.
MONUMENTS, GRAVE-STONES,MANTLES.
.TABLE-I'OFS, TILES for floors, GARDEN STATUARY
Ac., Ac.
Foreign and Domestic Marble furnished the rade at
woatre. taol-tf
O - JU '
'O,OOO gallons bleached Winter Solar.
6,0n0 gallons bleached Winter Elephant.
3,00" gallon- 1 unbleached Winter Sperm
9,000 gallons Northwest coast Whale.
3,000 gallons pure Cod, and
2,500 gallons No 1 Bank.
Landed and for sale by „„„„ m 0
J. FARKHURsT.Jr. & CO.,
eg 78 Bowlv's wharf
RKAT BARGAINS at CANFIELD, BRO. K
CO.'S, 229 BALTIMORE STREET.—Watches. Dia
monds, Pearls, silver Ware, Jewelry, Clocks, Bronses
cans.Alhata Ware. Cutlery, Work Boxes,. Writing Desks
ko Call and examine, ia22-tfr
llttals, larUtoart, fct,
MAKin ER ED 77
HOUSE AND MULE SHOES
MANUFACTURED AT THE
Iron anil sfoil Klerks.
J. KGPKINSON SMITH,
BALTIMOR E..
F) FORGED ([ J
FROM
OBEST REFINED (T\
HORSE SHOE '
O -• • o
OFFICE—IVo. 35 SoutSi Charles street
raylH-eoly
HARDWARE.
HISS A COLE,
No. S5 SOUTH CnAar.ss STKEIT,
MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF AMERICAN HARDWARE.
R. HOE A CO.'S CAST STEEL, MILL, CROSS CUT and
CIRCULAR SAWS
FISHER A NOKRIS' AMERICAN EAGLE ANVILS and
PARALLEL CHAIN VISES
FIELD'S, SANDWICH ACO.'S CUT TACKS,SHOE NAILS,
BRADS. Ac.
COI.I.INS' HARTFORD AXE 3, HATCHETS, &c.
NEW ENGLAND SCREW COMPANY'S GIMLET POINT
WOOD SCREWS.
RUSSELL & ERWIN MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S
LOCKS, AC.
FITCH MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CABINET and
PADLOCKS
AMERICAN HORSE-NAIL COMPANY'S HORSE AND
CLINCH NAILS.
O. AMES A SON'S SHOVELS and SPADES, Ac., Ac.
WM. WILCOX k CO.'S PLATS and PADLOCKS.
DARLINGS & WALDKON S BRAND CORN and GRASS
SCYTHES.
SCYTHE SN'EATHS, SCYTHE STONES, Ac., Ac.
BUILDERS'AND SHELF HARDWARE—A lare and full
assortment.
AH r it lowest Factory Prices. my2-tf
KBYSEK, TJROX ELL * GO.
IRON WAREHOUSE,
No. 19 SOUTH CAI.VR.ITT ST.
IMPORTERS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF
IKON and ST EEL, have constantly on hand a complete
assortment of
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH IKON,
Manufacturers of
RAILROAD SPIKES AND CHAINS.
Agents of the
VIADUCT AND LAUREL BOILER IRON WORKS,
EI.K SHEET IRON MILL, BRISTOL FORGE.
Also, agents for th. best Pennsylvania and Maryland
ANTHRACITE and CHARCOAL PIG IRON FURNACES
fe22-tf
DUGAN^JBNKTNS.
COMMISSION HARD WARE MER"HANTS,
No 33SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
ire Agent? for the following Manufactories:
THOMAS TURTON & SONS, OAST AND SHEAR STIEL.
WILLIAM GREAVES A SONS, FILES, RASPS, Ac.
WALES FRENCH AUGER, AUGER BITTS, AC.
J. G. HOVEY BORING MACHINES.
A. RANDALL, TACKS, FINISHING NAILS, AC.
FROVIDENCE TOOL COMPANY, NUTS, WASHERS AND
PLANS IRONS.
AMERICAN BUTT COMPANY, Burr HINGES, SAO IRONS
Ac.
CHARLES H. KELLOGG, CURRY COMBS, SCALES, AC.
HALL, ELTON % CO. PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS.
SCOVIL MANUFACTURING CO., SIIKZT BRASS AND
BRASS BUTTS.
DAVID SNYDER. SHOVELS AND SPADXS.
BRISTOL HARDWARE COMPANY, BRASS CANDLE
STICKS.
DUN I.OP A MADEIRAS. AXIH. HATCHIVP. AC J sift-
WATERS k SCOTT,
No. S SOUTH CItART.XS STRRET.
AMERICAN HARD WA HE HE A IE US AND MAN IT
FA CTUSERS' A GENTS,
Have constantly n store a full stock of
DISSTON'S CASTSTF.KL Mff.f,, CROSS-OUT AND CIR
CULAR S \WS.
WM. WILCOX & fln.'S PLATKANI) PAD LOOKS
EAGLK LOCK CO.'S CAP IN KT ANDOTIfLR LOCKS
NKW ENGLAND GIMi FT PoINTKD SHREWS.
UNION BUTTS CO.'3 BUTT HINGES, Kc.
RUSSELL ti F.RWI.N M t N UFAOTURING CO.'S LOCKS
AND OTHER GOODS.
W. ft B DOUGLASS- PUMPS, fcc., Ac
BLOOD'S AND THE DOUGLASS AXE CO.'S EDGE
TOOLS.
AMES', ROWLAND'S, HA!.F.MAN'S 4 GOULD'S
SHOVELS, SPA PES, Ac.
TACKS, FINISHING SHOE AND CLOUT NAILS I.N
GRFAT VARIETV.
A general slock of
BUILDERS' AND SHELF HARDWARE,
which is offered at I.OWEST FACTORY PRICKS.
STEEL.
We are sole AGENTS in this market for Wilson, Hawkt
wortli, Eliiton It Co's celebrated Sheffield Cast-Steel which
we supply Lorn stock or at reduced rates for DIRECT IM
PORTATION. n!3-'f
TO SOUTHERN AHD WESTERN MEKCEL^TS
Fa NCIS B. IRONF.Y. WM. R. BARRY. ROBT. 8. FINLEY.
IRVIN NF.AI.E. JOSEPH R. ELLIOTT.
F. B. LONEY k CO.
SUCCESSORS TO SCHABFFKR & Loser, -
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HARD W A It JS ,
OUTZiZMT,
AGENTS FOR COLTS PATENT PISTOLS, RIFLES. &cl
Noa. 1 ami 3 HA .VOVER STREET, ;
BALTIMORE,
Invite the attention of Country Merchants visiting this
city to an examination of their stock, which in variety and
price is not surpassed either in this or any of the Northern
cities. au7-tf
L. P A RKER k CO.,
JLLI# IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN METALS,
6*o urn en A RL B 6 sTRT: >; r,
between PRATT ariu CAMDBH STS2ST3,
OFFER FOP. HALS!
TIN PLATE, of every description.
TERN E PLATE for roofing.
ENGLISH SHEET IKON Nos. 10to 27
AMERICAN 44 44 44 14to 27.
GALVANIZED 44 44 44 18to 28.
RUSSIA 44 44 44 9 tolC.
IRON WIRE,TINNED WIRE, 44 Uto 35
SHEET ZINC, SPELTER
PIG and BAR LEAD.
B.YNGA TIN. in Pigs and Bars.
LEAD PIPES and SHEET LEAD.
P.OOP IRON",)* in. to2M in
TINMEN'S TOOLS and MACHINES
BRASS KETTLE:-., COPPER BOTTOMS, RIVETS,
KETTLE EARS. Ac., Ac. fo3S-tf
EDWD. M KEITH. J NO. K. KILBO, JR.
AMERICAN HARDWARE.
M. KEITH, JR. h SON,
MA NF FA CTURK R' S AGENTS,
t'.'i SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
OFFER FOR SALE AT LOWEST RATES,
AMERICAN si,ASK AND CAP CO.'S GOODS.
DISSTON'S HAND, MILL, CROSS CUT AND CIRCULAR
SAWS
w pnupa ami OKFNDSTOMC FIX
ROY 4CO.'S''WROUGHT BUTTS,STRAP AHDT. HINGES
STAN I EY RULE AND LEVEL CO.'S GOODS.
PARKER'S COFFEE MILLS, SPOONS, FT.- .
BLOOD'S, PHILLIPS AND WHITE'S HATCHETS,
FENN'S ANI) MANN'S AXES. AND A GENERAL AS
SOKTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE, aulS-tf
RHODES' STANDARD MANURE
FOR EVF.RY DESCRIPTION OF CULTURE.
RHODE SMVI AN URE
Being thoroughly established as a crop grower, we con
sider it but necessarv to inform Agriculturists they can
procure supplies by addressing
C. M. RTTOBES A CO.,
Office, 82 Bowly's wharf,
Baltimore.
*jrv\ x :'!•: fi- !• ••:;•:TOX.-J.---. <•
("1 U A NO .
T Sixty tons WHITE MEXICAN, containing 74.07 per
cent, bone phosphate of lime, and thirty tons BRoWN
MEXICAN (TL'ANG, containing 82.50 per cent, hone phos
phate of lime, landing and for sale >v
THOMAS WHITRIDGE Ac CO.,
aplO-tf 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
QUA N O .
We inform Dealers, Farmers and Plant rs, that we liave
made our usual extensive arrangements ;n supply our
numerous customers with genuine ami unadulterated
GUANOS.
Our stock is unequalled in its extent, variety, and quali
ty, by any house in the trade. We name:
A1 PERUVIAN GUANO,
OF DIRECT IMPORTATION FROM PERU THIS YEAR, AND DE
LIVERED LI RFCCT FROM AGfcXTs' WAREHOUSES.
ICHABOS GUANO,
ELIDE ISLAND (CALIFORNIA) GUANO,
BAKER'S ISLAND GUANO,
Of direct importation into this market per ship "Mary
Brad fold." ALSO,
JAItVIS ISLAND GUANO.
For the sale of which, we are the sole authorized Agents
of W. H. Webb, Ksq., of New York.
WHITE MEXICAN GUANO.
A A BROWN MEXICAN GUANO.
Doctor D. Stewart's celebrated
PLANT FOOD AND "RUST PREVENTIVE."
MARYLAND COMPANY'S
SUPER PUOSPATE OF LIME.
And other fertilizers of known value and established re
putation.
Which we will sell on most favorable terms, in lots from
one ton to 1,000 tons.
P. MA LOOM A CO,
Grain, Flour and Guano Warehouses,
Word street, Bowly's wharf,
mhl4-tf opposite the n w Corn Exchange.
AUGH'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATB has no
superior f r producing large crops of Corn, Oats, Grass,
Potatoes and other spring crops. Eor sale by
GEO. DUG DALE, Sole Agent,
aplft-tf No. 4 Spear's wharf, up strirs.
BAUGH'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE affords
the necessarv food for plants, containing r." percent,
of Pliosphate ol Lime, and 7 per cent, of Ammonia.
GEO. DTGDALE, Sole Agent,
apl. r tf No 4 Spear's wharf, up stairs.
BAUGH'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE is Offer
ed to the agricultural community as a prompt and re
liable fertilizer, and permanent in its effects. For sal by
GEO. DUG DALE, Sole Agent,
anlfi tf No. 4 Spear's wharf, up stairs.
AUGH'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE con
tains the active and essential properties of hones, pos
sessing all the original animal matter. For sale by
GEO. DUG DA I.E. Sole Agent,
apls tf No. 1 Spear's wharf, up stairs.
EXICAN GUANO.
Choice Mexican GUANO in bulk and in barrels, for
sale in lots to suit. W. WlilTfcJ.OOK A CO ,
ap26-tf 41 Smith street.
PHOSPHATE OF LIMI£
Super phosphate of LIME of cur own manufacture,
the very best article lor Corn or Grass, for sale by
W. WHITELOGK k CO.,
ap26-tf 44 South street.
CI ROUND BOXES.—A pare article now re-
X ceivmg by W. WHITELOCK A CO.,
ap26 tf ' It South street.
GENCY OF
BAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
Removed to No. 4 Spear's Wharf,
BALTIMORS.
GEORGE I UGDALE, SOLE AGENT
For Maryland and Virginia.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENCY.
For the purchase or sale on commission of GUANOS,
FLOUR, GRAIN, LUMBER and PRODUCE GENERALLY.
REFERENCES:
GIBXEY, HALI. A Co., Baltimore.
BOWE:; k MERCCR,
C. B. HATCH k Co., "
J. k H. WARDEN, "
KIMBAI.L & SHAFFER, "
P. 11. GREGORY k Co., Lumpkin, Ga. Ja24-tf
ARYLAND COMPANY S
SUPER PHOSPHA TE OF LIME
Warranted superior to any thing of the kind now in use 1
For sale by H. P. l.YA**, Agent,
No 114 South Eutaw stieet, opposite Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Depot, Raltim re, Md. tulO-tf
QUANOI GUANO!!
riant era and dealers will remember our facilities enable
as to supply all kinds of FERTILIZERS, by wholesaleor
retail, on the verv best and that in all cases
WE GUARANTEE THEIR PURITY.
Our supply of PERUVIAN is ample for the season, and
we deliver it as required from the
AGENTS' WAKEFIOUSE,
thus saving the farmer every expense.
Our stock of
MEXICAN GUANO
embraces the cargoes of the "Humboldt," "Cosmos, and
"Pilot's Bride"—the two former being among the richest
ever imported m this market.and will be sold by the cargo
or single ton.
Our stock of
CALIFORNIA GUANO
Is all of last season's importation, and free from those im
purities which impair trie value of the recent importation.
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
Of our own manufacture, and believed to be the best article
of the kind prepared in the United States. For stifi soils we
deem it superior to anything which can be applied.
GROUND BONES,
Finely powdered from Unboiled Rones.
MANIPULATED GUANO,
Of the various brands, at the manufacturers' prices.
W. WHITE LOCK A CO.,
aulS-tf South street |
0 FARMERS AND GARDENERS—A NEW
FERTILIZER—equaI toGuano anil cheaper than Stable
Manure, being alluvial deposit, composed of animal and
.vegetable matter. Can be obtained from the Ice Fonda
near the Cattle dhow Grounds. Distance from Charles st.
avenue, half a mile at Cattle Show Grounds, quarter of a
mile at Toll Gate; from Falls Road half mile at Upper Re
servoir. Apply at 38South street.
Price SO cents per cart load 1e22-(f
M EX 1 CAN GUANO.
Very choice Mexican GUANO for sale hv the careo
or sinele ton, by W. WHITELOCK ft CO..
-^2^£l ________ - _______ = ___44Sottthstreet.
TIN. —50 slabs Banca Tin, imported and for
sale by GEYER ft WILKENS, No. 122 W. Lombard
str.et. fe2-tf
STORAGE will be taken in warehouse 125
Smith'i whsrfjat moderate price* Apply to KNOX 4
UU. dSO-tf
lobßtCo.
JYTANUFAOTURBD TOBACCO.
People's Favorite, light pres'dl dag Garrott, hard pressed.
Contest, 44 44 11. M. Cobb,
Magnolia, 44 44 .1 K. White, " "
; fcI'PWS, •' " I A Clav,
5 U-!?. ur V s ' haril " riol.len I'lum. '
I !■"i " 2 ay * " " U Virginia, " "
! " " "■ Bnon -
W.M i '. v 1 r> " l akeland Flower."
*m. L ouden, •< .. i:,, l e Creole.
. I. I*. Burrow, * • T Rnhprt* 44 '•
r r K "' " " ' rT.Hnl'ly,' "
Valley Queen, " " V'r" 1 / 0 "'
Wifkera r o V ft y Full,r, '.I o
N.Thompson, •• jOphJuS* " "
S. Jones, " " | K.Foster. " "
r-TW, ;;
J. \\. Lea, 44 |r. Barber.
HALF POUNDS.
Nectarine. Temptation,
Ocean Spray, Punch,
Queen of the Chase, I'ea Hose,
Gem of ilieOld Dominion. Shilo.
FIV KS.
C. M. Jackson, jThos. Griras,
Union, I Robert Burns.
TENS. r
Claremont, 111. Tacy.
FANCY.
Sultana, Private Use. (Southern Quid.G.B.
Auric t. Peach and Honey. Mr. J Trotter,R.AK.
He'.latrope, Wm Thomas,twist J no. B. Lane, 44
Peacli Flavored, Nannie Johns, G.B |(*. T. Face, 44
SMOKING TOBACCO.
B. F. Gravely, cans. Live Indian. 10 lb. bales.
Cherokee, " Uncle Torn, 10 ib. bales
Golden l eaf, 44 Regalia, 5 and 10 lb bales.
Frangipaui. 10 lb b.iles. Pukw.tna, 5 and 10 lb. bales.
Kil'icktnnick, sto 10 lb. bal°s Powhatan. 5 and 10 lb. 44
Aunt Peggy's Comfort, 10 lb.' Bud of Old Virginia, 10 lb.
bales.
The celebrated Virginia Powhatan Pipes. Also, shipping
10's and 18 s in stoi , and for sale by
WARWICK, FRLL.'K A BALL
! apl9-tf No. 60 * nth street.
Wil. 1!. MYERS,
MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS,
| apio-flm N'o. . R > Water street.
I jyjANUFACTUKED ToKAuCO.
B. F. Gravely, pounds.lGustavus Jones, pounds.
Peyton Gravely, " ak. Keen,
\> litis Gravely, * 4 ! Tbos. S. Keen, 44
.1 no. S. Hule, 44 (Fillmore, 44
Nance A Mc'Jabe, 44 \. H. Moorman. 44
J. M. Williams, 44 KF. Keen, 44
K Bailey, 44 Economy, 44
Joe Jenkins, 44 8. Moran, 44
R. \N. White, 44 '*nion, 44
J A. I.ayinder, 44 \V. Spragins, 44
Linda W alton, 44 j Ino. 'i homas, 44
M. Van Hook, 44 (P. J. Harrison, 41
Pla'ina, 4 • Vashington, 44
WL. Ogden, 4< 'Emma Hughes 44
Reed, 44 Prima Norma, 44
star of Franklin, 44 BettieO iver, 44
Jno. Booker, 44 J. Harper, 44
Saratoga, 44 Bona ride, 44
J.M.to P. H. Holland, 44 ,K. K. Jones, 44
Keen & Moorman, 44 I. Madison, 44
Tims. S. Keen, twist. Carter Jackson, half pounds.
B. r. Gravely, * 4 Consoler of Man, 44
Hot ie Oliver, 44 Em Dress Josephine, 44
•L F. to H. Clay, 44 Red Rover, 44
Dick White, 4 * \\\ I igon, 41
Geo. Cooper to Co , 44 Three Bells, 44
Nicholas, 20 s. Atword 5s and 103.
Planter's Pride, 5s and IDs. W. H. Grant, fts and Bs.
Consohr of Man. ss. Beverly, bright ss.
R.J.Smith, 5s and 6s. Ga-Lang, 44 ss.
Smoking Tobacco in bales, for sale by
JNO. P. PLEASANTS A SONS,
mh26-tf a 52 South street.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
POUNDS.
Solferino, jllarwood, JAB Jones,
Forty Harvey, ;J K Milli er, Incognita,
jhjve Branch, lames A Edwards, Jas \V Twyman,
. I '§ arr °w, Atlantic Cable, iGauie Cock,
N West, I) 11 Davis, Jno J Thompson,
X Mason, iCrumpton'a Medal, C T Keatts,
W.LGoggm, First Best, Oronoico,
C H .Massic, i W J P Kanes,
G R Lyman, 'R I.Hun , Crunipton's Cross,
Indispensable jStth Halsey, 4 A's Alberta,
Star of Lynchburg, .IS Hubbard, {Dead Shot,
IIT .V , , Simpson. Cloth of Gold,
*., Etiwards, Consaela, Abbotts,
\\ ?, .J' 'Louis Lb yd, ,T R Trotter,
j Davis & Hunter, Dix,
r Vr L Tf n ' jFrtedom, j Ftn<-lie Jones,
WmH il are, T B Davis, IJ T Lovelace.
~ „ . HALF I OUND3.
Hon Quixote,; IRiclmrd Irvin, iJQWade,
SuKiir Fiar. W Burrow, UV H Hunter,
John Pool, .'.iberty, {Keystone,
Shilo, 'Bragg .w .Tones, iCri'noline.
FIVES,
Incognita, Don Quixote, MeLeod,
W B Ross, > Hardgrove, Richard Irvin,
BraggAJcnes, Crinoline, N W Walton,
E D Hull, Keene, R & Co., Spotswood & Co.,
Eddie Carroll, Gen Cadwallader Hung* Mnnga.
TENS.
M J Venable, ICalvin, i Russell to Rob,
Pearl, Fitzhugh, |w II Grant,
B !ly Irvine, W II furpin.* 'Geo I> Garwood,
John Dow, J W Rights, IA Hume.
FANCY.
O K Keen RA R. twist. ;J K Millner R A It. twist
J B Harvey 44 44 !J IT Trotter 44 44
W B Law 44 44 iI B Lace 44 ; 44
G Burnett 44 44 J Smith 44 44
Crump ton's 4 aces 44 (CM Jackson 44
L:t Be-.le Nrleans 44 J T Law 44
Jenny Lind 44 J K Millner, foil 44
B Smith 44 W II Russell 44
Jewel of Ophir 44 IG T Pace 44
Jetlerson, Our Choice, Emulation and Jas. Thomas Jr.'s
Smoking Tobaeco in 10 lb. bales Lottier'* Spun, Damas
cus Blades, York River Oysters. Nature's Tip Top, Crump
ton's Yellow Peach aud Bailie Pace bars
For sale by JACOB HEALD A CO.,
08 tf Nos. 58 and 60 S. Gay st.
JYJANUFACTU&JFID TOBACCO.
FOUNDS.
Christian's Comfort, jC. H. Armistead.
M. E. Jones, I. Colvin,
Excelsior. i.I. I). Perrine,
La Pinta, {f. J. Wilson,
Russell to Robinson, ;W. ('. Morton,
Dulceraelio, |G. W. White,
J. Antnouy, Granger,
C. Carroll. (Lindsay,
Ilobson's Choice, jfieid,
Quitman, (Prune,
Creole, . Eudora,
J. Kosby, i Dan 1. Gaston,
HALF I-OUNDS.
Widow Hughes, Sir Francis Drake,
National Guard, Paul in Byru,
Carnation, Talisman.
G. F. Royall, Fairy Queen,
Nation's Pride, Our Choice,
Pine Apple, Builalo,
Whangdoodle, (lace o la.
FIVES AND TENS.
•V. H. Smiley, ~J. E'.dridge,
J. W. Priddy, IColwell.
W. A. Stuart, Simon Poe,
p. F. Royall, City of Richmond,
Pine Apple, Penn,
Peerless, J. C. Brock.
A. E. Crutchflcld, ,R. F. Repos,
C. S. Pearson Belchers "Quid,
\> bangdoodle, Mozis Addums,
Robinson, Keime. Robinson & Co
Alexander., !Isaac Newton,
A. C. Turn'ey, C. P. Johnson.
TWISTS.
T. A. Barber. IContinentai,
E. !>. Withers, Croinotella,
Fanny Fern, ICatawba.
_ —.Pc"/rb or " 1 Wuu tiy, in H
Celebrated Killikinicx Smoking Tobacco Dewberry Spun,
Powhatan Pipes and Smoking iob&cco in bbls., in store
aud for sale by
ARMISTEAD, RIGGS A CO.,
____ _ _ __ 57 Exchange Place.
OECK & BACHMANN,
JL9 3IANUPACTOEIBB OP ALL KTTfDS
COARSE AND FINE-CUT SMOKING TOBACCO
SNUFF AND CIGARS.
A LSO.
Importers op
GERMAN AND HAVANA CIGARS,
PIPES, Ac.,
Nos. 112 and 115 W Lombard strut,
Baltimore
BF EXCHANGE ON ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
GERMANY. fe24-tf
O WEILBACHER,
i. • No. 21 GERMAN STREET,
Manufacturer of
CIGARS AND DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO,
Offers for sale in lots t • suit purchasers—
r.NN DAD IIAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS of
•J\fV/ various styles and latest brands.
ALSO,
Prime Connecticut SEED LEAF.
Do. Ohio
Havana, Yarn and Cuba Leaf TOBACCO of different
grades fe!3-tf
G W. BAIL. CHKISTIAM AJL,
ri W. GATL & AX,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KIWDS OF
SMOKING, FINE CUT CHEWING TOBACCO,
SNUFF A Nll CIGARS.
ALSr'O,
IMPORTERS OF
HAVANA AND GERMAN CIGARS,
PIPES, SNUFF BOXES, Ac,
No. 23 BABP.I STREST,
nIP-tf hetwe.- Cimrlrs nn,! 11 f. I RalMlTTe
guanos gtasic.
m&gsg&a* GOLD MEDAL PIANOS.
MANUFACTURED BY HENRY GAEHLE.
* Nos. 15,17 and 19 N. KUTAW STREET.
OFFICE:
NORTHEAST CORNER OF KUTAW AND FAYETTE STREETS,
The undersigned has always on hand one of the largest
assortments of PIANO FORTES in this city, which for
beauty of finish, power and sweetness of tone, elasticity of
touch, have hy judges been pronounced unrivaled.
The highest Preiniuri a Gold Medal—was awarded them
at the late Fair of the Maryland Institute, held in October,
1359.
Fvry Piano guaranteed for five years, and a privilege of
exchange granted at any time within six months from day
of sale, if not entire! v satisfactory.
Terms and prices liberal, and a call is respectfully solicited
before Purchasing elsewhere.
Pianos taken in exchange, hired, tur.ed and repaired
Several Second-hand Pianos for sale low for cash.
<l9 tf HENRY GAEHLE.
1 T STODDARD,
I|T NO. 4 SOOTH CALTXRI BTBIIT,
SOLE AGENT
CHICKERING & SON'S
CELEBRATED
BRAND,
SQUARE,
AND PICCOL S
PIANO FORTES,
A full assortment constantly on hand.
N. B— MELODEONS AND MUSIC.
W I'lA N'OS KOK RENT. fe'S-tf
©rflftrtts, fibers, ftc.
|H FRESH GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, of
j the varieties of ach kind, seleetcd from the
byi&iSß importations of NSW CROP TEA, expressly for the
use of private families, the quality <-f which can
not he excelled either in sty e of make or in extreme fra
grance. For sale by WM. WiIKLAN, No. 142 Baltimore
street, between North and Calvert Greets M-tf
WM. LINTON.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED FACTORY
p
STONE, EARTHEN WARE.
FIRE AND STOVE BRICKS, Sc., Ac.
POTTERY AED SALES ROOM,
CORSEB or LEXINGTON AND PINE STRSKTS,
Baltimore, Md.
ALSO, MANUFACTURE
WATIS Mill All Sim ÜBS.
The great economy in the use of thse PIPES for Sewer
cge will be found lo exceed, by far, the use of any other
uiateiial for the fame purposes. All orders addressed as
above, will be promptly attended to. Goods delivered in
the city free of charge. mh!s-tf
BRANCH OFFICE
OF
TIIE "LUBRIC OIL
FC.NO. 79 SMITH S WHARF.
BALTIMORE, MD.
SPECIAL NOTICE!
TO
RAILROAD MANAGERS AND OTHERS USING
LUBRICATING OILS.
I SI hereby offer you an
"A 1, LUBKIC" OIL, _
Whirh I guarantee equal to rhe very best Sperm or Lard
Oil for lubricating every description of machinery, ana at
but litt'e over one half their cost. i
I warrant this Oil to be perfectly pure, and free from a
mixtu-e '-r preparation; not to gum, ami to remain limpid
in tlie coldest weather. I respectfully solicit a trial.
Stock always on hand and orders promptly lined.
A. C. HALL, Agent,
No. 70 Smith's whar , Baltimore, Md.
Agent in Maryland for "Lubric Oil Company."
Also in at all times, a superior quality of Sperm,
Whale, Laid, Bank, Tanner's, and Straits Oils, all of which
1 offer on the most reasonable terms. mhl4-6m
rpHK IMPROVED
X METALLIC INKSTAND.
TH*
CHEAPEST AND BEST
IW
THE MARKET.
EIGHT SIZES,
WITH
SPONGE CCP ATTACHED.
Wholesale and retail by
PETER WALTHER,
arlß- 70 W. Prattst., Baltimore
pETEK WALTHER,
CHRONOMETER MAKER,
70 West Pratt street,
i Baltimoeb.
AGENT FOR
E. A G. W. BI.UNT, New York.
W. BONO h SON, Boston. jaS.Vtf
TOHN H. REA A CO.,
W CLOTHIERS,
CORNSR OS SOUTH AND PRATT STRUTS,
1 Messrs.JOH NH. RKA 400.. take pleasure in announcing
to the pnhlic generally. that their stock of Clothing is 111
larger and more varied than ever before. c.oot.
Havtag now on hand a splendid stock of CLOTHS, CASSJ
MERES andiVESTINdS, which they will' opt, order
in astyie that cannot fail to please,both in price
(acture. rURmSHWO OOODS.
Cravats, Scarfs, Ties, slenders, Handkerchiefs, Shirts
"SKJ? r d ° ILKD CL ° TH o^l,"
worthy the attention off Planters. 0013-tT
in 000 gallons bleached Winter Polar.
000 gallons bleached Winter Elephant.
3,000 gallons Winter Sperm.
WOW landing from t * 'or
§23-tf W Bowly's wharf.
I Itoblic
BY AUItKOS icy
A VALFABLE DWELLING ON' SOT'TII pin aT
I liy vntueof h decree ol the Circuit Cnurt f,,r p.aiii™.
i city. tlte iif.rfer.ijfited, trustee, 'will offer fnrwi'bv
auction, on the premise!., on FRIDAY, tie luih day ot May
! next, at I o clock in Hie afternoon:
i ALL THAT LOT OK GROUND situate and lvingin the
city of Baltimore aforesaid, and thus dc.-c i ed:'Begtnning
! for tie same on tie-north west aide of South Para street, at
I the d stari'-e rf P5 feet southwesterly, from the westi ru-
I m corner of Warner and South Paca streets, and running
| ilience touihwetcriy, boundirg on Boutli Pac< street, 15
Le;; thence northwesterly 112 feet; thence northeasterly 15
feet, and thence southeasterly to the place of beginning.
Ground rent fc o.
I mproved by a three itr# r y brick DWELLING, (No. 1 fig A
with finUhed basement and a double two-story back build
ing and a stable and Cariiare House c.n the rear of the lot.
Terms—'One third cash, and th balance in two equal In
stalments of three a. d six months, crtdit payments to bear
interest from day r.f sale, ard to be securer! by notes of the
purchaser, to be endorsed to he satisfaction of the trustee.
SAMUEL MNhWDKN, Trustee.
ADR EON to CO.,
aplß 2iw Ads Auctioneers.
IAMBS K. CHAM E~
! (I ATF. AUCTIONEER.)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
\ And Dealer in all kinds of AUCTION GOODS, suited to
ooth City and Gr no try Merchants, who are requested to ex
amine the sam ; before purchasing el ?e where.
JAMES R. CHANCE,
Commission Merchant,
rr,\ loir 8 E- corner Baltimore and GbarDs sf*.,
'• 1 Ejitrance on Cliarb s street.
pauses, kt., tax ni lent,
IpOR SALE.
VALUABLE GUN. RIVLE AND PISTOL
MANUFACTORY,
NEAR THE CITY OF BALTIMORE
All that Valuable Property known as Meicbior's GUN
FACTORY, siluat d near the BcUir Road, :D out five miles
from the city of Baltimore, consisting or
A large three-sti ry SToNK FACTORY BUILDING, with
ample water and steam power, and all O •• Machinery and
Too s necessary for the manufacture of Gun 3, cities, l's
ttls and Small Arms of every description.
ALSO,
A large and commodious Frame DWELLING, (nearly
new.) containing 12 Rooms and Kitchen.
ALSO,
Four FRAYE HOUSES, for workmen, containing each
four Rooms and Kitchen.
ALSO,
A new FRAME STABLE and all nepesvaT Out Houses.
The whole property contains about SIX ACRES OF
LAND, and more land can be obtained, if de>ired.
If not before sold at priva e sab-, this property will he
offered at public auction, .t the Exchange, in Baltimore
city, on WEDNESDAY, the 23th day of June, at 1 o'clock,
to the higln st bidder.
Terms of sale msde known at the time of sa'e
A PP'y tQ A. Ho EN to CO..
. 7") and 7"> Second street.
> t) W. F. FHH K, i-.v-i
m ' . _ 82 Fayette street
RENT.—A STABLE in the rear of H
I No. 319, West Lexington street, bet wren Pin and
Fremont streets, or to G FY FU A. WII.K ENS,
w pl9-tf No. 122 West Lombard i treet.
Im' FOR RENT. —WARKHOUSE No. "hi
jjj! Smith's wharf, tD be vacated the 12th instant. Jn
mL. quire of J. G. HARVEY A CO.,
*pH-wf 75 Exchange Place.
tfr 1 * " FOR RRNT. ~
Ejjjji The large three-story HOUSE. No 20 North Charles
treet. which would be altered for Store ii desired,or
converted into OFFICES.
Large DW FILLING No. 12 St Faul treet, corner of Bank
lane, lately occupied bs a Bcarding-I.ouse. ar.d suitable
for <!* I iOKS.
SToRE \M> DWELLING, soutli east corner of Coutt
land and Saratoga streets.
STORE No. 177 Pratt street, above Charles
Three-story DWELLING, No. 567 West Lexington street ,
near Republican street.
Small DWELLING-HOUSE cn Spring Court, near Charles
street.
Large STABLE and Yard rn Pratt stret, near Howard.
STORE No. 36 North Charles street, lately occupied by
Mrs. S. W. Hughes. Dwelling above ditto,* well adapted
for a Dentist.
DWELLING HOUSE No. 5' Lexington street, west o
Charles, lately occupied by (Jiipuiau as Board ng-house
and Restaurant. W. \\*. GLENN,
;i; tf No. 6N. Calvert etreet.
fa I'URJIENI~(IN i'I.EASIN6 ThUMS.—
!■! That very desirable and commodious tw -story
■flit DWKLLING, south side Pleasant, second doo
from Charles street, lat-l.v occupied by Jas. K. Tyson. Ksn.
Lot 14 feet front by 170 deep. Apply to
WHITE ELDER,
_ap29-eoO Exobang- Place.
FOR RENT,—The large first-class BOA RD-
Sl!?' ING-IIOUSE, No. 41 Lexineton street, three dcrs
from Charles street. Tie* partit-s now in pos
session contemplate retiring; a go ii tenant could probably
retain the present Boarders. I ns-essi-u. giv.-n about Ist
June. For terms, applv to REVKKDY JOHNSON, Jr ,
apl> eotf -.3 1 xit gton street.
i D!i LEASE.—TiI WEL
Kjlji LING HOUBK ANT) ADJtINING GROUNDS be
longing to the estate ot Win. Frick, deceased, "ii
GRUNDY STREET EXTENI>ED, now occupied by Mr.
Charles Mai l - h. The properly is in g r d condition,and
both Gas and Water could be introdm- <l into it if desired.
Apply to WM. F. FRICK,
oS-lawtf _ >*2 Fayette street
FOR RENT.—The tirst-class brown sti>n
ji,{ DWELLING, No. ji Nft. Vernon Place, recently
by utho 11. Williar<->s, Esq. limnireof
J. K. P. BOULDEN,
at jdf 50 Wt Vernon Place, or 81 Second street.
FOR RENT.—Desirable OFFICES. Apply
ap3-tf 61 SECOND STRI FT. _
JOHN M. WALKER,
O PRO PE R T Y A G E N 7',
NJ> 36 SECOND STREET,
Has for sale. FARMS, COi NTbY SEATS, CIT) RESI
DEVCF.S. BUILDING Lf>TS:nei GRGI'N'D RENTS, an I ly
RENTS FOR IS ALE—Well secured
V and handsomel.vi mproved. Three of S3OO each, at o ,
636 and 7 per cent.; one of S2BO per annum, a: 6 per c nt.;
one f slßo per annum, at f'j percent; one of $172, at 6?*
percent; two of $l2O, at 7 per cent.; two of s:un each, at 7
percent: four of $8) each, atCI-i per cent.; at.d five of S7O
each, at 636 percent. Apply to WM. H. MAKRIt'TT, Broker,
No 21 Nor.h Ciiarl-s street. mh2'.' tt"
~FOR RENT.—WAREHOUSE in Ex
jl| change Place, occupied at present by Messrs. Taylor,
**• 1-' ester to Co. Possession civen Ist April ensuing.
ml 18 'f HENRY BIEMAN a SONS.
FOR SALE.—A handsome < ( NTRY
gji;| SEAT, near Catonsville, containing SEVENTEEN
JSnr4a. ACRES. For particulars, apnly ic
C. BKtN KMAN t CO.,
inh2B tf No. 67 Pratt street.
.SALE.—Farms, Housts, Countrj-Seats,
Lots and G round Rents. A fine Farm 1 mile from the
heisterstnwn Turnpike, and 10 n.b-s from Baltimore, con
taining 170acrs well improved. One ofOit) acres in Lou
don county, Virginia, on the Loudon and Hampshire Rail
road, land in hieli state of cultivation, buildings first class,
would be divided into two or more farm* if desirnl, price
$45 per acr-. One of 110 acres on the Western Maryland
Railroad, 9 miles from Baltimore. Apply t>> .
J. D O'DKLL,
mh26 tf No. 24 Bet ood street.
-££& . FOR RENT.—The tour-story Brick
Pfs!l{! WAREHOUSE, No. 99 South street,! Bowl.v's wharf),
Ja2>i.!iaving a water fronton the Basin, Mev.'lure's Dock, in
the rear, and railroad track iu the street. Applv to
P. MALt OM to CO,,
__j_l -1 r s3t Wood street, Bowly's wharf.
fk& FOR SALE.—The DWELLING HOUSE
Rnjji No. 327 West Lexington street, above (-ha' sworth
JHesiLLot 25 by 220 to Joseph.me street. House Tuil three
st ry front and back, with all the modern improvements
and garden in fine order. Apply 011 the PR KM IS KF from
10 to 2 o'clock. f. 28-tf
DWELLING FOR RENT.—The desir
gsljjl able DWELLING, No. 107 Calvert direct, fourth t ouso
■ akir^N.frog Monument street, opposite Loyola Ufdlge.—
Possession given immediately. Apply to'GABKIF.L D.
CLA KK, corner of Lai vert and Water streets, or on the
premises. fe2B tf
4E3& FOB SALfi.—A new and desirable
Milji DW ELLIN(T on Townsend street, opposite the Me
mori il Church, with .-ill the modern impiovenients.
Will he sold a bargain or exchanged for Railroad bom s
Apply toWM. H. MA It' IP IT, No. 24 X. Charles Ft. f2Mf
OFFICE FOR RENT.—The corner OFFICE
on tirft floor of our new Building, corner of South
street and Exchange Place, is for rent. It is w II adapted for
a Broker's or an Insurance office, havirg Vault, ( as and
every other convenience, Possession can he given about the
Ist March. Apply to C. H. MYERS & BRO.,
fe7 tf .14 South at•. t.
MFOR RENT—DWELLING Nol 77 North
High street, oetween Lay and Favette sts., in g <••!
ordei; will he rented .ow toagocd tenant Apply to
WM. s. cites -,
ja22 tf corner East Falls and Eastern avem •
FUR RENT—The BANKING HOUSE
!,; Jiil lately occupied by Josiah JA e K Co.
JrAaa- E. WYATr BLANCH ARB, Trustee,
ja3l-tf Nc. 41 St. Paul street.
LOTS FOR LEASE.
229 feet on Montgomery 3tre,;t, east of William.
65 feet on North street, north of Eager.
24 feet on Cathedral street, south of Read
6J feet on Mad.son street, binding on the Falls.
Apply to F.K. HOWARD, Attorney,
41 St. Paul stre t.
mhl-tf Or at the Ex h.ange nffie-*.
IjX)R RENT. —Larpe ROOM on the first floor
of the Franklin Building for rent; recently fitted up at
much expense, with gas, wat r, Ac. Also, an adjoining
Room. Apply at 5" Sf>CTH LAY ST. n!9 tl
FJL? I WILL EXCHANGE A FINE FARM
njU. near the city, 'or one near Pttershurg, Va Alro, for
Jtob&tsale, small FARMS suitable for Market Wardens . r
Country Seats: H( USES. LOTS and GROUND RENTS
very low. MONEY NEGOTIATIONS rr d-. STOCKS
SOLD, and COMMISSION BUSINESS GENERALLY, at
No. 19N. Rotawstreet T. N. KEn>. j iiTtf
MFUK RENT—Large Donble HOUSE, on
corner St. Paul street and Bar k lane, now occupied
by Mrs Stokely as Boarding House.
Also, DWELLING 20 North Ch a lies street, north of Fa
ye'te, which will be altered for store if de-ircd.
FOR SALE —Original GROUND RENTS of S3OO, $135
$l2O and S7O each. W W. (ILKN N,
d('-tf 6 N..rth Qui vet t street.
A, HOEN CO.
PRACTICAL
LITHOGRAPHERS,
ENGRAVERS AND COLOR PRINTERS,
N05.73 AND 75 SECOND STREET,
BALTIMORE,
Execute Check, Note and Draft Books, Cards, Certificat
Diplomas, Show Cards for Manufacturers, Views.
tural Drawings, Maps, Plans, Music Titles, Book Plates, En
velopesand Labels, as well as
COMMERCIAL WORK
Of every description. The facilities of our establishment,
for the perfect execution of every descrii tion of lithographic
work, are most ample. The earliest advantage is taken of
all modern improvements, and our personal attention is
given to every branch of our art, enabling us to com pete
successfully, in excellence of work, as well as moderation in
prices, with any kindred establishment in the country.
aplT-eotf
BEOSS A KKEB:-!.
PRACTICAL LITHOGRAPHERS, ENGRAVERS,
AND
COLOR PRINTERS,
NO. 101 WEST LOMBARD STREET,
BALTIMORE.
Bill Ee ids. Checks,
Bills of Lading,
Cards,
Circulars,
Maps,
Plans,
Title Pages,
Labels. anlT-tf
'fambtr.
QHINGLES, LATHS AND
O LUMBER.
We have on hand a large assortment of LUMBER that we
are sellin :at the lowest cash prices Customers will please
apply at the yard 132 LIGHT STREET \\ H ARF, or at t;.e
corner of KUTAW AND GERMAN STREETS.
013-tf BURNS A BLOAN
UMBER, STAVES, SHOCKS, Ac 50,000
J\-4 and 5-4 Hemlock Fencing; 51.IMHS i. et Hemlock
Ash, Cherry and CPopl&r Plank ani Oak, Chi riy and Pine
Scantling; 100,000 white and red" Oak Stave.- m,OOO Sugar or
Molasses Shook a; 200,000 shaved hhd. Hoops; 2uo,Ut.*o shocks
Flour bbl. Hoops, Bi Hstuff cut to order.
For sale by WM. S. CROSS*
gp26-tf corner Ea-t Falls and Easi'm Avenuea.
tints, pflts anb pistols.
POLT SPISTOLS, RIFLES AND
SHOT-GUNS.
Wholesale Atrency for COLT'S FATF.NT FIRE-ARMS
MANUFACTURING CO. A arjre stock constantly on
hand. AIEO, importers of single and double barrel
BIRD AND DUCK GUNS,
of which we have an extensive and superior assortment
All grades for sale low by „„
F. B. LONEY A CO..
dw-tf Nos - la '£;!r'fcg!ffet.
platform
FR=R SCALES,
I FOR HAY AND COAL, put up at short notice.
L H ,V„,( ,11 sizes of FLOOR and PORTA
FS^BIE PLATFORMYCALES.COUNTER.SCAI.KS,
J of .VDerior quality, and warranted durably
BEAMS, kc., of superior qua RICH[) MURDOCH,
correct. No, 46 South Charles street.
s•>■* tf
JR GLONINGKR ti CO.,
NO. 7 NORTH CHARLES STREET,
• Offer for sale
CHAMPAGNES.— Ch. Farre, Boederer, Ye. Clicquot,
Glesler A Co. The various Heidsieck and other favorite
1 R .M \DEIRAS —J. How. March & Co., Welsh Bros, and a
gnihil lot private *tock.
Sherries, Ports, Hock and Claret WINES
BRANDIES.— in store or bonded warehouse.
WHISKIES —Old Rye, bourbon and Scotch.
CORDIALS in reat variety. , ~
HAVANA CIGARS, fresh importations. ap4-tf
HISS & COLE.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN HARPWAKK ,
Nos. 27 and 29SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
fe22tf -T'--
QEO. W. HOOPER, P CHANDLKR ANDSI
" w " NP niAtzß is
ncup PATENT CORDAGE, CHAINS, ANCHORS
sprKES PALNTS, OILS. NAVAL STORES, O,
BIVICKS, BUNTING, HAY, ROPE, Ac.
COSSZA PBATT AD SOUTHSTS£TB,
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