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TEAS! A T WHOLESALE. GEORGE SANDERS & CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN TE.A9. 65 EXCHANGE PLACE. m!.5-2tar BALTIMORE. GEO. M. GILLET, nviPOHTSH JIKTD DEAIsr.H. IN TEA, 56 South Guy Strst. Dn. CHAS. B'JCKNER, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, No. 12 Cnthrilrnl lrl, ja-H-fim FLAGS FOR SALE BY BISCO BROTHERS, 93 BALTIMORE STREET, ap262m OPPOSITE HOLLIDA T ST. CLGVERSEED 8 AOS 10,0000—CLOYERSEED BAGS. 20,000—2, I'A and .1 BUSHEL GRAIN BAGS 20,000 —2, 2hi and 3 BUSHEL SHIPPING BAGS /•(—MEDIUM AND EXTRA GUNNY BAGS'. ALSO, PRINTED FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT CORN MEAL AND SALT SAGS OF EVERY SIZE AND VARIETY OF STYLE FOR SALE LOW AT THE BALTIMORE SAG FACTORY, SO. 71 SOUTH STirUSKT. ja24-tf JOHN. C. GHAFFLUT. _ jyjILITARY GOODS. CANFIELD, BRO if- CO. Keep on hand MILITARY GOODS OF E TEH Y DESCRIP TION, SWORDS, BELTS, SASHES, EPAULETTES, LACES, BUTTONS, KNAPSACKS, CARTRIDGE BOXES, HATS, CAP 3, HE., BE., SEC. MILITARY COMPANIES FURNISHED COMPLETE WITH E VKR Y ARTICLE. AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE. Orders promptly executed. CAN FIELD, BROTHER A CO., mhl3-tfr 22.) Baltimore street. QHINA AND GLASS WARS. FOR CASH ONLY. The great difficulty of collections, with a heavy stock o RICH GOODS, induces us to seil FOR CASH ONLY. And we have determined to put down everything to cost prices, to run out our stock to meet the present emergency PARR'S CHINA HALLS, 210 BALTIMORE STREET, ap2g-tfr NEAR CHARLES. mf&Sß&m PIANOS! STEIN WAY A SONS „ . A CLARK'S TATENT OVER-STRUNG GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO-FOR T E S , ARE UNQUSSTIOVABLY THE BEST PIANOS NOW MANUFACTURE!) „ _ MASON A HAMLIN'S SUPER! O K M ELODEO NS, FROM $45, UPWARDS. PIANOS and Music stools for sale. I*4 I IANUB exchanged and for rent. F. D BKNTERN, 1(tl . No. 80 W. Fayette street, and No. 10 N*. Charles street. |JURK WATER IS MAN'S N ATP HAL DRINK" A AS ES3E.VTI A L T< HIS HEALTHFUL EXIS TENCE AS GOOD FOOD, we would invite attention to :i variety of FILTERS that we have for sale, suitable for the Filteration and Fnrif fixation of our muddy and impure hydrant water. M „„ „ C RTLAN & CO.. fe23-tfr Nog. 216 and 2!S Baltimore street. TVT Or ioh. -La FOR THE FALL AND WINTER, NOAH WALKER ft CO., W A SHIM (} T O A" BUILDING, rt&Liiaoßi srattt, GENTLEMEN'S AND YOUTH'S FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, LA I'FST STYLES AND PATTERNS, 02 tf ItE ' '• Y K 4" V AJi f) V! A i>K TO ORDER DB. W. C'JLLEN DENTIST, No. 87 North Charles street, BALTIMORE, feltfr Md. H.H. HAZLEHI7RST. W. D. WEIGAND, VULCAN WORKS. ALL KINDS OF HEAVY MACHINERY. STEAMBOATS REPAIRED, IKON BRIDGES, &c. fel3-tf . HaZLEFJCTRST k CO CgSPjSySv CALVERT STABLES. I would respectfully inform my friends and the public that I have taken the Calvert Stables, and will be pleased to furnish, on reasonable terms, super.or Coaches, Ualeehes, Buguirs. &c. &JT Funerals atte.i ed to in the best manner. %4T The best auction paid to livery and transient horses JAMRB H. STEWART, Calvert Stables, Calvert street, feT-t.f ___ OpjKwiteCitv .SDriue. AxVD DRAWJNG MATERIALS. COLORS, BRUSHES, CANVASS, ENGRAVINGS, kc. WM. KING & BRO, Importers and Dealers in Artists' Materials, No. 2 North Liberty street, mhlft 6w>r Baltimore. B. GRIFFIN AND SONS, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTSi SHOES HATS, CAPS, AND STRAW GOODS, No 17 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, CP STAIRS,!/ mhl-3mr BALTTMORE. ORDERS FOR PURCHASE OR SALE OF BONDS AND STOCKS In New York, Executed through prompt ami reliable correspondents. GILDERSLEVE & WHITRIDGE, mh2o-dtfr 61 SECOND STREET, gsirrga ROBERT LAWSON, SADDLE, TRUNK, IIAR '■ESS AND >.TK3 COLLAR MANUFACTURER, WHOLESALE AN" RETAIL, 277 BA LTIMORE ST , between Hanover and Sharp street. Merchants and Wholesale D- alers are invited to call and examine oiy stock h,fore making purchases, being prepared to sell grinds as LOW as they can he purchased in any of the NORTHERN OR EASTERN CITIES, and I PLEDGE MYSELF TO DUPLICATE ANY BILL made in those cities. I'leu-ecal! and ratify vour-elves of the fact tar ANCFAORURKR OF J. RIDISKLL'S PATENT SPRING SADDLE. mh2-il POSITIVE AND IMMEDIATE SALE OF THJt ENTIRE STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND TRIMMING 3, A T No. lf,l NORTH OA Y STREET. To com in tree from this day aifi-eolm 'ttXTHEAT WHISKfi Y. —A tew bLie. very V V choice just received and for sal-;-bv GREEN A YOE, oS t.h AftW. Baltimore street AND DOOR FRAMES"oTiaHde- V V scriptions for sale by GFO. O. STFVFNS, mh27-t'r 47 West Pratt street. ELEGANT ARTICLES.—SIate Mantles sold by the manufacturer's sole agent. GEO. O. STEVENS, mh27 tfr 47 West Pratt street. NEWEL POSTS AND BALUSTERS, Brackets and Mouldings for wale cheap by UfV . 4# DEO. 0/ STEVENS. mh27-tfr 47_West_Pratt street. I I onn BUSHELS PRIME CLOYERSEED, just received and for sale by CARR, GIESE A CO., 21 Spear's wharf. T(T| 1 BUSHELS PRIME TIMOTHY SEED IUU just received and for _ 21 Spear's wharf. FAMILY AND EXTRA FLOUR, just received and for sale by CARR, GIESE A CO., 21 Spear's wharf. EN 1 SON AND WHITE BEANS for sale by CARR, GIESE ft CO., ROSENDALE CEMENT, for sale in lots to suit purchasers, by CARR, GIESE A CO.. re2B-tf 21 Spear's wharf. BOARDING. —Gentlemen can be comfortably accommodated with good BOARD and pleasant sleep ing apartments with the use of warm, cold and shower bath on application at No. 23 NORTH GAY STRF.ET, near Fayette. One Front Room suitable for Gentleman and Wife. spit it PERUVIAN GUANO of the very best quality, now discharging from tbeeovernment stores, and for gale in lots. W7 WHITE LOCK ft CO., m 3 tf 41 South street. NGLISH SPLIT PEAS AND PEARL BAR LEY.—A fresh supply just received and for sale by GREEN ft YOE, ag. W BsUininre street. /"JVAL GILT FRAMES PASSAP'AR TOUTS FOR PHOTOGRAPHS. A fall assortment for sale by WM. KING * BRO., fpWtUIBWIi. NOW IS THE TIVE TO SUBSCRIBE. The Dollar Weekly Exchange, THE DOLLA.R WEEKLY EXCHANGE was issued on SATURDAY the 7th of July With a view to increase alike its popularity and its usefulness, ITS COLUMNS HAVE BEEN ENLARGED AND i NEW FEATURES WILL BE INTRODUCED, I I which, it is Relieved, will make it additionally attractive to the FAMILY CIRCLE.and a still more valuable medium j of reference for the FARMER, the MERCHANT, and the j POLITICIAN. ! The contents of the DOLLAR WEEKLY EXCHANGE ■ embrace a constant variety of choi:e and interesting I Articles on the Existing Topics"!cf the Day. AXD MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS, drawn from original, domestic, and foreign sources EDITORIALS from the DAILY EXCHANGE, OLITICAI. and GENERAL SUBJECTS. THE SEWS OP THE WEEK, A CAREFULLY COLL AT 8.0 REVIEW OF THE MOST IMPORTANT POLITICAL PROCEEDINGS UP TO THE DATE OF EACH ISSUE. A PRICE CURRENT, exhibiting, with undoubted accuracy, the state of the mar kets botli at home and abroad. In Politics,the Dollar Weekly Exchange will reflect the course of the Daily Exchange, which has been, and wi 1 con tinue to be, INDEPENDENT AND CONSERVATIVE sympathizing with and watchful over the true interests of the South and West. TERMS OF TnE DOLLAR WEEKLY EXCHANGE. I copy, one year SI.OO I copy, six months 50 13 " " " " " 10.00 25 " " • " " 20.00 Address KERR A CO., ••iQ '.iiv Ilxrhang'-." i ill r i-i-.\ Md. JOHN GREACEN, WHOLESALE DEALER IN SALT. AND PLASTER, apdo-tf No. S3 EXCHASOS PLACE. \I7INS DEPOT— v V For the sale of the CHAMPAGNE WINES o Messrs. MOET k CHANDON, Epernay. HOCK WINES of Messrs HENK EL A CO., Mayance. BORDEAUX WINES of Messrs. BRANDENBURG FKERES, Bordeaux. BURGUNDIES of M-e?rs. R. BRUNINGHAUS, Nuits. P. TIERNAN & SON, r>l7-tfr \'2 N Charles street, Ittms OFFICE OF THE ADAM 3 EXPRESS COMPANY. PALTIMO&e, May 9tti, 1861. NOTTC . Express for PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK, BOSTON and the North will, on and after TO-DAY. leave this office at one o'clock P. AT. Expresses will leave New York, Philadelphia and Bos ton daily far Baltimore. Packages, Freight and Baggage forwarded with safety and dispatch. further information, i. ouirc at ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY, m9-tf 154 Baltimore street. TO SOUTHERN & WESTERN MERCHANTS RODEWALD & SINDALL, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AMD DEALERS ll* INDIGO, SPICES, SOAP, STARCH, SODA ASH, SAL. SODA, 81-CARI3 SODA, SALERATUS and GROCERS' DRUGS, 29 CHEAPSIDE, Baltimore, Invite the attention o'Merchant, visiting this city to an examination of their stock, whi h in variety and price is not surpassed either in this or any of the \ orthern cities. Orders respectfully solicited and faithfully executed. _au2s.tr T_£ K A L T H , ECONOMY AND! .'CONVENIENCE COMBINED! WINSH I P ' S SELF-VKN TILATINO REFRIGERATOR. THE ONLY REFRIGERATOR WHERE VENTILATION IS RELIABLE, SELF-CREATING AND UNINTERRUPTED COLLINS, HEATH k HUTCHINSON, 22 Light street, Bih4-tfr STOV*.*Reff JOERATOR ANPFPLUMBIIRA HOUSE. I>o YOU WANT WHISKERS? J DO YOU WANT WHISKERS? DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? BEL LIN GUAM'S .* CELEBRATED STIMULATING ONGUENT, FOR THE WHISKERS AND HAIR. "The subscribers take pleasure in announcing to the citi zens of the United Stat-s,. that they have obtained the Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the Am-rican public, the above justly celebrated and world-renowned article. THE STIMULATING ONGUENT is prepared by Dr. C. P. Bel'ingham, an eminen physician of London, and is warranted to bring out a thick set of WHISKERS OK A MUSTACHE in from three to six weeks. This article is the only one of the kind used by the French, and in London and Paris it is in univ rsai use. It is a beautiful, economic;:!, eoothing, yet stimulating coin; ound, acting as i. by magic upon the roots, causing a beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to the scalp, it will cure BALDNE3S, and cause to spring UP in placr of the bald spots a fine growth of new hair. Applied according to directions, it will turn RSD 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 Agents for the art cle in the United Mates, to whom all orders must be addressed Price One Dollar a box—for sale by -A Druggists and Poolers; or a box of the "Unguent" (w rranted to have the desired effect):will be sent to any who desire it, by mail (direct), securely packed, on receipt of price and postage, sl.lß. Apply to or address HORACE L. HEGBMAN k CO., Druggists. Ac., 6m 24 William street, New Yoi k. GARDEN SEEDS: R. SINCLAIR, JR, h CO., WW Nos. 58 6C and 63 LIGHT STREET, (Third House North of Pratt.) GROWERS AND IMPORTERS o? GARDEN SEEDS, Have on hand a superb assortment of SEEDS, grown with great care. ALSO, Imported Sorts from themo.st reliable European houses. mh22-eofiw W6w MRS. HERMAN & SON'S FRENCH STEAM SCOURING AND DYEING ESTABLISHMENT, No. 64 NORTH EUTAW STREET, BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND Saratoga Will thoroughly clean all kinds of LA >■ F.S AND CHIL DREN'S DRESSES, made of SILK, VELVET or Wool., GENTLEMEN'S COATS, PANTS and VEST-, without shrinkage, taking to piece ,or removing the natural gloss. garment need to be ripped. The ntmo it punctuality guarante d. WHITE CRAPE SH A VVLS done up equal to new* GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING repaired i. requested. mh26-eo9m HENRY W.PRAKKLKy. AABOH IIIIOV DRAKELEY k FENTON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, vor. THE S*LS OE PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE, 387 BALTIMORE STREET, CP3NER OE PACA, J IU&2 tf BALTIMORE. pHRONOMETEBS, VJ CHART 3, BOOKS NAUTICAL AND SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS, and globes *v THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF THE ABOVE GOODS IN BALTIMORE. into .a our a PETER WALTHER, BLUVT. r }f e wYork ,d °° W S °'- E a °EKT FbVw E?^a. GAS METER INSPECTOR'ITNOTICE.—Uon sumers of Gas desiring Meters inspected or mforma matinn are requested to lea. e orders at tlie store of ir w i K K I sfi, 226 Vilest Baltimore str et Office in Tax Domir. meni. Building, Holliday street, from 10 to 12 A >; ' FRED'K. W. KING, je!7-3t Inspector. CHINA. GLASS, AND CROCKERY WARE. WM SHIRLEY, SOUTH CALVERT ST„ 3 doors below Baltimore street, HU on hand a general assortment of GOODS IN his line, SUITABLE FOR STOREKEEPERS. HOTEL KEEPERS, AND HOUSE KEEPERS. AT REDUCED PRICES TO SUIT TIMES. 021 wed.satftmon.tfr lb EXCURSIONS, ETC. •MHEMHRE. Steamboats LANCASTER and JUNIATA, being in complete order, can be charteied for Excursions or othe- purposes. Apply to JOS. JAS. TAYLOR, Agent, _jn23-tf West Falls Avenue. EC. WAMBERSIET ~ • „ GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, 27 S. CL'A&LBS BTB,IT. jtll-tf Baltimore,Md. i\/|AUDS. RMFBY CB '" M "*' BOJE' TRAVELLING SB AW . TRICK, PHILLIPS ft CO., 8 Rntitb Oharfa* nttfest rpO CASH PURCHASERS. d&SSSSftSSIS&P* Iwwraict Camgrol, MAR 1 N E AMD INLAND INSURANCE. AUGUSTA INSURANCE AND BANKING COM FAN? • ESTABLISHED IN 1828. Condition t the Company on the 3d December, 1860, per Report to the Governor of Georgia, published in accordance with the laws of that State. AB9ITB. . LIABILITIES. B i 111 Receivable,* I apital stock $375.0fW) (Ml Exchange on New j Circulation 1.8 2lG.au ) Yo-k $359,036.91 I >eposit? . 5.7 St cks,'Bonds and Dividends unpaid.. 1.651.87 • cal Estate 101,816.4:! - u ri.|u3 12.774.62 Due by Banks and , Agents 105,994.25 Specie in vault, the nonafldepiope ty or (he (Jo 106 671.16 6674,560.75 • ,674,563.75 TEX PER CEXT. IN CASH RETURNED UPON THE PREMIUMS OX ALL RISKS TERMINATING WITHOUT LOSS. LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID AT THIS AGENCY WITHOUT REFERENCE TO THE HOME OFFICE. KREBS A HALL, AOENTS, 53 EXCHANGE PLACE. WM. KREBS. W. CARVEL HALL. fe22--o(f FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND RIFE INSURANCE CO. ESTABLISHED IN 1836. Cash Capita! and reserved fund $6,000,000 Invested in the United States 850,000 Daily revenue 7,590 SHAREHOLDERS PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ENGAGEMENTS OF THE COMPANY. ALL DIRECTORS ARE SHAREHOLDERS. DIRECTORS IN NEW YORK. JAMES BROWN, Chairman. FRANCIS COTTENET, Deputy Chairman. E. M. ARCHIBALD, H. B. M. Consul. EUGENE DUTILH, HENRY GKINNELL, JOS. GAILLARD, ALEX. HAMILTON, Jr., E. F. SANDERSON. BALTIMORE AGENCY. Local AUVISOBT BOARD : A! EX. TURNBULL, C. MORTON STEWART, WM. H. GRAHAM, WM. F. MURDOCH. Counsel, F. W. BRUNE, Esq. of firm of Brown A Brune RISKS TAKEN ON PROPERTY OF EVERY DESCRIP TION AND ON LIVES AT T E LOWEST CURRENT KATES. KREBS & HALL, WM. KREBS, Agents for the W. CARVEL HALL. State of Maryland, 58 EXCHANGE PLACE, fe22-eotf j BALTIMORE. WM. EREB3. . W. CARVEL HALL KREBS iC HALL, INSURANCE AGE NT 8 AND ADJUSTERS OF AVERAGES. Also, BROKERS in all business connected :with Vessels, Damaged Goods and claims against Insurance Companies fe22-eotf 58 EXCHANGE PLACE. ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE rl COM PAN Y, NO. i SOUTH STKEET. OPFOSISE THE SEN BUILDING. Recognized for the PROMPT PAYMENT OF ITS LOSSES AND liXl'L CiT POLICIES, insures DWELLINGS, FUR NITURE, VESSELS in port, MERCHANDISE anu other property at the LOWEST DATES OF PREMIUM. JOHN K. MOORE, Eresidetit. DiaECToas. Wm. A. HACK, LANCASTER GELD, JAMES C WHSSDIN, JAMES A. BKUCE, ALLEN PAINE, SAMI EL KIRK, R. C. MASON, FRANCIS BURNS, JACOB TRUST, JAMES YOUNG, JAMES GETTT, JOS. O. BOYD, NOAH WALKEE, J AS. £!. GEORGE, Sk.. J T FALLOW, F. A. MILLKB. slAectt JOHN DL'KKHAKT, Secretary. A L T I M ORE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. IttCORPOEAVED 1889. CHARTER PERPETUAL;. Or PICS—No. 6 SOUTH BTSES;t. JOHN J. DONALDSON, PRESIDENT. N3URES LIVF.3 FOP. ONE YEAR, A TERM OF YEARS OR FOR LIFE. ANNUITIES FOR AGED PERSONS. ENDOWMENTS FOR CHILDREN. SLAVES INSURED, either Men, Women or Children, Etthe lowest rates DIRECTORS: WM. G. HARRISON, J. J. DONALDSON. S. J. DONALDSON, A. ALDRIDGE, C. A. SCHAEFER, GEO. S. GIBSON, E. F rv AMUF.RS. ROBT. A. TAYLOR. F. M. COLSTON, SecreUti>. DR. F. DONALDSON, Medical Examiner, o4 tf _ Si Franklin street. £ SCALE'S INSURANCE AGENCY, COMMzaciAL BUILDINGS, GAY ST. GEO. B. CO ALE, the Licensed Agent, with full powers, for the • FIRE. HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Cash Assets, $656,000. HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK, Cash Assets, *1,432,000. CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, Cash Assets, $230,215. NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO., HARTFORD, Ca.*h Assets, $351,054. PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INSURANCE CO., C&sh Assets, $373,233. MARINE. MERCHANTS' MUTUAL INS. CO., OF BALTIMORE, Assets, $214,430. WM.GRAHAM, Fres't. GEO. B. COALE, Sec'y. LIFE. 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 mcst reasonable rates. Reliable information given on all matters relating to FIRF. INSURANCE, such as forms of application, statements of loss, &c..y Ac. SHORT RISKS on Merchandise taken, with return of Pre mium, for months net used. sIS-tf GEORGE B. COALE, Agent. "IjM REM EN' S INSIJ RAN CE COM PAN Y 1? OFFICE ON THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SOUTH AND SECOND STREETS. Ineures against loss or damage by FIRE en ALL DESCRIP HONS OF PROPERTY tvithin trie limits of the city JiE&BA P. DUHURST, PESSIDEKT BOARD CP Dl&EOTOROI John H. Ehlen, i F. W. Bennttt, Augustus J. Albert, ! Samuel Hart, Chas. M. Keyser, Hugh Bolton, C. A. Schaefer, ; Robert Taylor, Edward Jenkins, ' John G. Kear.ey, Frederick Acliey, I Thomas Creamer, Thomas W. Levering, James Fields, Nathan Tyson, Garrett Brown, F. Little Shaffer, , John M. Gait, Joshua Dryden, Thomas Wilson, John Gushing, Henry R. Lauderman, Charles A. Grinncl, Caleb Far Its, Henriesl. Cohen, David 11. Shriver, George S Gibson, : Joshua Jones, George Rogers I Isaac M. Den son, James i! Andersen • John A. Shriver. ju7 tf FRANCIS J. McGlNNlS,Secretary. JjMRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. OFFICE, NO 63 SECOND STREET. UNDOUBTED SECURITY AND LOW RATES The undersigned represent, at their old established asren cy, the following first-class Companies, with KQ aggregate capital exceeding SIX MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. JETNA INSURANCE CO.. HARTFORD,.... $2,000,000 PHCENIX INSURANCE CO., HARTFORD 550,000 MERCHANTS* INS. CO., HARTFORD 250,000 NEW ENGLAND INS. CO., HARTFORD 250,000 MAS3ASOIT INS. CO., SPRINGFIELD 250,000 SPRINGFIELD INS. CO., SPRINGFIELD 600,000 JETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO., HARTFORD 250,000 INTERNATIONAL LIFE DO v LONDON 2,50u,00 POLICIES IS3UED and Losses paid at3the Agency. sn-lf J. G. PROUD h SONS. JOHN H. EEA & CO., CLOTHIERS, COBKXB or SOUTH AND PRATT STBSZTS, Messrs. JOHN H. KEA A CO., take pleasure in announcing lo the pnblic generally, that their stock of Clothing is much larger and more varied than ever before. Haviag now on hand a splendid stock of CLOTHS, CAS3I MERES andfVESTINGS, which they will make up to order In a style that cannot fail to please, both in price and m&nu facture. FURNISHING GOODS. Cravats, Scarfs, Ties, Su3penders ; Hand kerchieft, Shirts and Gloves, in large variety-!* : Their stock of SERVANTS' and OILED CLOTHING, le worthy the attention of Planters. ocIS r J 1 \TI3itELOGK'S PHOSPHATE^ tv No better application to corn - and potatoes can be ma he than a dressing of this fertilizer. AS a top dressing for oats or grass, we believe it superior to any thing which can be applied, and request farmers to test as., all quantity along ide of other manures. I'ut up in bags of 150 pounds each, and for sale in any quantity by W. WHITELOOK A CO., mUMt u South street. LA PERLE CHAMPAGNE. Thia celebrated Wice is highly sparkling, perfectly pare and of a rich fruity taate, unsurpassed in quality by any Wine in the American market. RUBI3 (Cabinet) CHAKPAGNK.—Particular attectioD of connoisseurs is invited to its qualities and superiority as a dinner Wineof unrivalled merit, its beautiful Ruby color ia guaranteed to be the natural product of the grape. PAUHCOIAHNOTIOS I The undersigned, beingaware that many competitors are spreading the report that the Wine imported under the Dame of Kubis is artificially colored, Jo hereby bid tile ,UJU of Pen THOOSAND DOILA?.:. to acv known chemist who could in any pnblic experiment, afford the scientific proof that the deep color of the Rnbis iadue to any thing else but the ioe of tiie grape. J. GOSBO A CO., A Chsdons-aur-Marne, France. Fo? sale wholesale by CHARLES H. MYERS A BRO„ nIT-tf Baltimore. SdSFSyt' FOR SALE. —One Six-seat Panel CARRIAGE, but little used; will be sold a great baruain Annlv at 2116 B 4 I.TIMORE STR EFT aS-tf C OFFErT—Government Java COFFEE, im ported per Scotia, for sale by VON KAPFF * AKENS, merman street. m23-4w W3ROESTERBHIRE SAUCE, together~with hLT™£L M ND SAUCES of Me-srs. C 11083k k Bi.Ai.gw ALL, constantly on hand and for sale by " , GREEN £ YOE OURBON WHISKEY: Just received, a small lot oi„„ nnrn BON WHISKEY, which we offer to our customersasa pure article at a low price, to suit the times l-uslomers 88 8 pure For sale by GREEN & YOE, J el4-t ' r 88 W. Badimqrp. n ,ar Hoilidav St. PALM LEAF FANS in large varieties For sale by POULTNEY A MOAT F ** r > 44 f.f\m*>krrl ALT.--1,950 sacks Afhtoo's tine,"~l6slacks Worthington's fine, and sacks Ground Alum bait afloat per ship ilacaulay, from Liverpool Forsa'ehy FOARD & ROGERS. je!2-tf No 16 Bow|,' wharf C~ LARET:— 150 caaea of fine imported WINE of different brands. Also, 100 do. St. Julian, our own bottling, a very fine WINE, which w# offer low. . vn , wtfSr 88 Weit Bkltlmora, near Sollldiy it. THE DAILY EXCHANGE, JUNE 29. 1861. THE DAILY EXCHANGE, PUBLISHED BY K EJL R A CO., N E. CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND NORTH STREETS THE DAILY EXCHANGE is printed upon cliar white piper, and with bol i and distinct type, which h constantly re newed; thus offering to merchants and others making use o r its columns, peculiar advantages for the conspicuous an d attractive display of their advetis-'ment9 uhirh, to co i nentio- with its already large and steadily increasing sub ; scriptian list, mj-kes it t e most desirable medium for ad i vertising presented to this t ommunily. 0 | KrNO EXPENSE OE LABOR IS SPARED to furnish ; the readers of TT J K EXCHANGE with thj most prompt, full, ! and authentic intelligence uj on . 11 matters of public inter : est, domestic or foreign. j In its COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT, and especially in all that ielates t> its REPORTS OF THE DOM STIC j MARKETS, it lias established for itself n. reputation which j justifies the merchants of this city in rec gnizing it as a i STANDARD AUTHORITY upon all those subjects in wh'ch j their business inte ests are iav Ived; whilst the leading j Financial and Commercial topics of the day come under I careful review in its editorial columns. I The interests of commerce and the slate of the markets are so constantly and intimately affected by theaspect of politi cal affairs throughout the world, that a journal which aspires to be anything mere than a more commercial report er or daily price current, must necessirily devote a reason able space to the dissemination of political intelligence, and the diicussion of political questions. In this department of the paper, which, apart from its commercial importance, also possesses a pecu iar and exclusive interest of iti own, it is the object of Tea EXCHANGE to preserve a position of honest and fearless independence, equally removed from servile partisanship upon the one hand, and timid neu trality upon the other. TIIE TRI-WEEKLY EXCHANGE IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, And contains all the reading matter of THE DAILY EX CHANGE, including its general and political intelligence; its telegrams, reports of local affairs and public mee tings; its accurate and impartial reports of the markets, both foreign and domestic; its reviews of new hooks; its carefully pre- abstracts of for- ign news, and its editorial articles— thus giving in every department the la.est information re ceived in the city up to the day of publication. THE DOLLAR WEEKLY EXCHANGE IS PUBLISHED EVEPvY FRIDAY MORNING. Its columns have recently been very materially enlarged, and new features will be from time to time introduced to render it not only additionally attractive to the FAMILY CIRCLE, but a still more valuable me ium of reference for | the FA RMER, the M ECHANIC, auil the ARTISA N . 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A?hville Harris' Depot Raleigh Black Reck Jamestown Rocky Mount Clayton Lake Comfort Scurpernong Charlotte Lite eton Snow i amp Edeiitcn Middleton Salisbury j Elizabeth City Mackev's Ferry Sanders' Hill i Fairfield Movock Tarboro Fayetteville Newborn Thomasville I Franklinton * Newton Ta.v lorsv ille | Gilesville Oxford Wilmington Greensboro Onslow CH Woodville ! Hertford SOOTH CAROLINA, Abbeville C H.' Darlington May Bluff Aiken Edgefield C H Pendleton Beaufort Georgetown Sumcierville Charleston Greenwood Winnsboro Columbia Glauden's Grove Walttrboro Chesterfield Jeffries Creek Yorhville Cheiaw Lynch's Lake (iEORGIA. Augusta Fiat .sho.tls Starkvilk Athens Kingston Savannah Biairsville"* J.nwrenceville Washington Bowensville Mitledgevilie Woo bury Cuthbert Marrietta Wehadkee Enon Grove ALABAMA Arbaeoochee Gadsden Oxford Cahaba Huntsviile Frattville Elba Mari n Sparta Florence' Montgomery Seaie's Station; Greensboro Mobile TaliaiegaJ LOUISIANA Alexandria CII Milliken's Bend Sicily Islands Cloutiersville New Iberia Vandalia Line New Orleans MISSISSIPPI Duck Hill Natchez Skipsmith's Habolochitto Port Gibson TENNESSEE. Deliver" Medon Parksville C.pper Mines Memphis Rob Camp Duck town Nashville Strawberry Plains Jonelx>ro New Canton Shelbyville Kno.vville New Market Salsbury Mill Point Purdy Whitesburg BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS, CHEAPEN THAN EVERI AT THE SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT, 8H WEST BALTIMORE STRSET, between Gay and Holliday streets. The undersigned takes this method of informing Ms friends and the public, that he is selling the balance of his Fall and Winter STOCK at much ieduced prices, to make room ior a large and select stock that I azn now manufac turing. suitable for fcpring and Rummer of French Calf Skin BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS, French Patent Leather do. do, trench Kid do. do. By a particular method of measuring I am enabled to fit the most tender feet, so a? they can wear my work without any difficulty. Thankful for the liberal patronage I have received and still manufacturing in the latest improved style A call is respectfully solicited. P. GAHAN, fe2B-t f No. 8? West Bait more street. BRANCH OFFICE OP THE "LVBRIC OIL CO MP ANT," HO. 79 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE, MD. SPECIAL NOTICE! \ TO RAILROAD MANAGERS AND OTHERS USING LUBRICATING OILS, jrerefcy offer you an 44 A 1. LUBRIC" OIL, Which I guarantee equal to the very best Sperm or Lard Oil for lubricating every description of machinery, and at ! but litt'e over one half their cost. I warrant this Oil to be perfectly pure, and free from a'l l mixture or preparation; not to gum, and to remain limpid j in the coldest weather. I respectfully solicit air.si Stock always on hand and orders promptly filled. • A. C. HALL, Agent, I No. 79 Smith's whar , Baltimore, Md. Sole Agent in Maryland for t4 Lubnc Oil Company. 1 Also in store, 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 | Si ALT. b-7 6.320 sacks common SALT. 675 " Marshall 8 Fine SALT, aSoat per sMr I John Clark," from Liverpool, for cale by FOARD k ROGERS, nJ3-tf in ~hr' CLARET. —Medoc St. Julien, Cantenac, Pon tet Canet, Pichon Lonaueville, and other well known brands, imported and for sale by TON KAPFF k ARENS, No. 22 German street. HOT-BED SASHES. A good stock on hand, of various sises, glazed ano not clact-d, or any required size made to order promptly, and at lowest rates for cash, by GEORGE O. STEVENS, fe2-tfr 47 West Pratt street, IHOHA9H. OBJBIC. BIttJABIW %. TOl GREEN * YOB, ! Succ-trort to Jerome C. VaUette.) DEALERS IN CHOICE TEAS, WINES, LIQUORS, AND FINE FAMILY GROCERIES, fell tf No. 86 Baltimork btbbb T.Balt. PROVISIONS. 1 Ohhds Bulk SHOULDERS. 10(1 do. do. SIDES. 100 do. do. HAMS. 100 do. do. BACON SHOULDERS. 100 do do. do. SIDES. 50 do. do. do. HAMS. 3.000 Yellow Canvasi HAMS. For sale by I). J. FOLEY & BRO., jelf-lOt No. 50 Sooth street. SAVE YOUR CASH.—We have recsntly im ported some very superior CASH and DEED BOXES made of the heaviest material. In the best manner, with BKAMAH LOCKS attached. For sale, at very moderate prices, by COKTLAN k CO.. IQ.tfv Sl* ftTlTl Rultimn-B PIPES AND FIF3 HEADS. A large variety of Clay Pipes and Pipe Heads, whit* colored, glazed and unglascd. in one, two,four aud six gross boxes, impovted snJ for sale by A BEBMULLEB ik BONB, LOUR AND OHIO HIGH PROOF WHIBKEY constantly receiving and for sale by A, L, WKBB A oniK Pratt and Uommeroe iti. It Uriah, Ibt&M, HfIMffIERED nOSSE AND MULE SHOES MANUFACTURED AT THE I Albert Iron anD pi ©orli?. J. HOPKDJSON SMITH, Baltimore;. 0 FORGED I"I FROM REST REFUTED (Pjj HORSE SHOE " f) l --' f) Of'^PECE—Si>, Uj'South Charles street myJlLeoly , ! O AED WARE; j -Li HISS a COLE, i,, .tttw i it,..nNo. "5 SOUTH Charlis r?ri KT, .ia.jUf.vtitrers' AGENTS AND DEALERS IN ,r L'S ,: 11, <'? AMKR.OAN HARDWARE. : CIRCULAR E I" ILL, CROSS OUT and j Fl3 FA^Al.LKl^glfi7N M flsg^ X EA6LK ANVILS S " d i FIE BR?6s A Ac i>Wl ' CH4C °' ,S * 3l " T TACKS.SHOENAILS, f,l v HARTI'ORIt AX f'.t. HATCFfR"TS *-r j " VEW W(K?D SCI\V/,V'f BW COM PAN' Y'SGIMLLT POINT j RC ®r?J6Ks. fc A COMPANY'S ! FIT p?nLOCK j A<rfURING C 0 CABINET and AMERICAN HORSE-NAIL COMPANY'S HORSE AND ! "noVEI.S ana SPADES, Ac., Ac. - nutl'lvcsPfc VsV-ISPLA I-H a: 1 l-'ADLOOKS. I SCYTHES *DN'S BRAND CORN and GRASS ! SCYTHE STONES, Ac., Ac. ! ° -ssoriTiT rit SHELF HARDWARE—a large and full j A..] of which ■*■ lowest Factory Priros. my2-tf _ _ KEY3EK, IKOXCLi. A CO. IR O N W A R H 13 O USE, f 1 -No. ISSauca CALVERT ST. MPORTERS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS OP I J c 'j STEEL, have constantly on hand a complets assortment of AMERICAN AND ENGLISH IRON, ...... Manufacturers nf RAILROAD SPIKES AND CHAINS. YIADCOT AND BOILER IRON WORKS, i.i.K SiJECI' IRON Mir.].-. BRISTOL fOSGS. . . A/;N & f v'u.- for tiu-J.y-t Pennsylvania rad Maryland j k-L.Vf ac CHARCOAL PIG IKON FOftNACES | YUQAN h JENKINS. JL/ 0OMM: SSIO i I'A RD WARE SERVIAN P3- Nc V!SOUTH Cii>RLlsS STP.EET, are Agents f-r . he foil ,v>-i£ "amuac-tcries: TIIO'LAS TUKTON ,r SONS, ■ !*.- -r AT: SIIEAR B?T!Ei. ; WILi.i.AM GREAVES * SONS, Fii.ES. Rasps, AC. I V. ALES V itENC'I A'.-fieu. Aooi:'. Burn, Ac. • HpV ESS a iUcniKaa. A. B,!>>HALL. FACKP, Fi:-: N4k., Ac. 1 PROVIDENCE TOOL CCA!PANY, NUTS, WASUVSS AHS i PLANS Inonb. AMERICAN BUTT COMPANY. BUT? HINOS3, SAB I:;oB ; CHARLES H. KELLO(-:fi, LVs-r COME-:, ScAlltJ, Ac. ui'i 1 'i'A'r i- tl.fl, - ' 0K; " AH i-OirS. j 800 VIL MANL * ACi UKL.G CO.. SHEET BIUES Atra 3BAS3 Buns. ; DA , BRISTOL HARDWARE COMPANY, L : P./;S3 OAJIPL-:- 2T!OiIS. PEfWLOP 4 MADEIRAS, iSM. H4*ail9S.4ft JylO * WATERS b SCOTT, _ No. S S-'Vni CVAttLM STREET. a Mr. Rica?: hard wa h. l>l s s.t a/vo makv _ FA C'TURERS' A (.Tf.vro. flare const .nt'y .1 store a fail stock of DISSTOX'S CAST ST !•'.!•. 1. SUI.L, CROSS-CUT ANDCIK i 001.AR SAWS. WM. WILCOX CO.'s i-1, \TP Ni) PAD LOCKS EA'-'LE LOCK ' o.'S C V It:NEV AND OTHER LOCKE NEW ENGLAND GIMLET POINTED SCREWS, i NION BUTTS CD'S LETT ill;. :KS, ire. RUSSELL A KRtt'lN M v\'! :'VCTURIMi CO.'S LOCKS AND OTuKrt GOODS. W. A P.. DOUGLASS' PUMPS. e., Ac BLOOD'S AND THE DOUGLASS AXE CO.'S EDGE TOOLS. AMES', ROWLAND'S,,MALUM AN'S A GOULD'S SHOVELS, SPADES, Ac. TACKS, FINISHING SHOE A fit Cl.of.'T NAILS IN GREAT VARIETY. A eeurr,l Sto ' or BUILDERS' AND SHELF HARDWARE, Which is offered at I, iWI-S- FACTORY PRICES. STEEL. Wearerole AGENTS in t'lii market for Wilson, Hawk s■ wciCi. bill:on ACo c : -i<r uedSn. ,;ii iCast Sl<-I which we supjuy from i-L-.: ok ur at rein-.-etl rates for DIRECT IM PORTATION. nIS-tf TO EOHTEEEN £.K3 WESXSEIT MERCHANTS Fa ncis P. Lonet. Wm. K. BAKRT. KOTIT. S. FiWLtr. Jr.>iH NsAtr. -i-i-ismi P. ELLIOTT. F. B. UONEY & CO. SUCCE3"OP.h Ti> vuHssrrsn i; I nsiEr, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN H Ail D W A K £, euiErs. &e. AGENTS FOR COLT'S PATENT PISTOLS, RIFLES. &. te.lwiilM tIANiVEU STitEST. " BALTIMORE, • (DTile the attention of L'-nntiy Merchants visiting this cuy to an examination ofthsa stock, which in varietv and l tice is not surpassed either in li.is orany or the North-rn ani-tf IJ , L. PARKER <3£ CO., .iLiJc IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN METALS, SOUTH CHARLES STREET, between PAAT f and Camuss Stssisi, TIN iLA 11. of every C"-:cripiion. TKKVE PLATE rooting. i.NC.'-ISn SHEET IKON Koa. !Oto?T AMERICAN " •• " Mto GALVANIZED" " " is to iS, RUSSIA " " Sj o ;s IKON WIRE.TINNED WIRE," etc S SIIEF.T ZING, SP/.I.YER PIG and BAR LEAD. BANCA T'N. in Pics and Bars. LEAD PIPES at:d SHEET LEAD. KOCP IltON, % in. t: L''/> in. TINMEN'S TvKINS and MACHINES KETTLE EAW'ie' £ : ''' yKii BOTTOMS, JHVBTS, Kowd. M. KEITH. JNO. K. KELSO, .Ia. A merican HARDWARE. ±±. M. KEITH, .In. ?i SON, ma yuFACTum- n s ah surra, 23 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, OFFER KoR SALE AT LOWEST KATES, AMERICAN FLASK AND CAP CO.'S GOODS, DISSTO.VS HAND, MILL, CROSS-CUT ANI) fcIRCULAR W. A B. DOUGLAS' I'UMPS AND GRINDSTONE FIX- Tl RES, ROY A CO.'S WROUGHT BUTTS,STPAP AXDT. HINGES STANLEY RULE V\'i) Level- ':t >'.u GOODS, I ATn, i.IU,: -'i 'f I I'-Ia Alli.l.d. ;! 'J-VS &C BLOOI' S J HIIiMI'JS AM triilTf/S MATCHFT^ FKNX S AM! .MANN'S AXKS, AND A OIINEKAL AS SDHTiTENT Of SifEI.F HARDWARE, ;raiP-Tf GUANO. iJL Very choice MEXICAN GUANO for sale hy the oarrel or ton. Also, ground bones for agricultural purno W WHlTfcl.' CK A CO., H'l-t* 4! Soutil street. f lALIFORKIA GUANO." VP A choice article for sale in lots 'n suit, hy W. WiiITELOCk & CO., J 44 South street. MANIPULATED GUANO Of the very l>est quality for salt* l>v the to" or single I \v. WHITE LOCK CO, tu '' ■ 44 South street. RHODES' STANDARD MANURE FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF CULTURE. HHODES r MAKURE Being Ihoitiughiy established as a crop grower, we con sider it but ueeessarv to inform Agriculturists they can 1 procure supplies by addreEsir g n M. RHODES A CO., Office, 62 Bowlyu' wharf, Baltimore. . JKrr;l;Cl. PER TON,2,OOOLB3.,CASH. ap9-3awlm p U A NO. vJ Sixty tons WHITE MEXICAN", containing 74.07 per : cent, bone phosphate or iime, arid thirty tons BROWN ! MEXICAN (41'A.nO, containing 62.50 per cent, bone phos i ph&te of lime, landing and for sale by THOMAS WirtTRIDGF. fc CO., i api 9tf 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf. : Q U A N O . We inform Dealers. Fa'-racrsand Planters, that we have made our usual extensive ai: ai g emenis ,o supply our ruiiiierous customers with genuine .tad unadulterated ;G U A N O S Our stock is urrqu;-Iled in u 3 extent, variety, and quali ty, by any house in the trade. We nam;.-: A1 PERUVIAi-J GUANO, OF PIEECT IMPORTATION PKOM I'ERU THt YEAR. AND BS LIVERED mater FROM AGENTS' Warehouses. ICHABOE GUANO, ELIDE ISLAND (CALIFORNIA) GUANO, BAKER'S ISLAND GUANO, (if direct importation into this market per ship "Mary ; Bradfoid." ALSO, .TARVIS ISLAND GUANO, i For the sale of which, we- are the sole authorized Agents I i of VV . H. Webb. Esq.. of New Yore. I WHITE MEXi-AN GUAM). AA BROWN MEXICAN GUANO. Doctor D. Stewart's celebrated PLANT FOOD AND "RUST PREVENTIVE." MAKY LA N D CO il PA NY'S SUPER PUOSPATE OF LIMB. A rul other f.rtilizers of known value and established re- I putation. \y hich wo will sell on most favorable terms, in lots from one ton to l,odo tons. P. MALCOir & CO., Grain, Flour and Guano Warehouses, Wood street, fiowly's wharf, : mh!4-tf opposite the n*-w Corn Kxchacge. |> AUGIr'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE has no 13 superior I>r producing large crops of Coru, Oats, Grass, I Potatoe* and other spring crops. For sal j by GFO. DUGDALF, dole Agent, I pls-tf Spt u.r's wharf, upstrirg. BAUGH'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE affords the necessary food for plants, containing 55 percent, o; Phosphate ot Lime, and 7 per cent, of Ammonia. G EG. 1) l G DAL E, dole A gen t, aplft-tf aNo. 4 Spenr's wharf, up stairs. B A TOLLS RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE la offer ed to the agricultural commur.iiy as a pr- mpt and re liable feitilizer, and permanent in its effects. For sa Vjy Gl.O. DUG DALE, Sole Agent, Fit• 15 tf No. 4 iSpear's wharf, up stairs. B' AUGH'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE con tains the active an<i essential properties of hones, pus I scs-sing all the original anim-.l matter. Ko. tale by GEO. DUGDALK, Astent, | apla tf Xo. i Spear's wharf, up stair 3. GENCY OF .BAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE OF LIME, Removed to No. 1 Spear's Wharf, BALTIMORE. GEORGE M'GDaLE, SOLE AGENT For ilaryLnd and Virginia. OF FERAL COMMISSION AGENCY, For the purchase or sile on cornmission of GUANOS, ; FLOUR, GRAIN, LUMBEIi and PRODUCE GENERALLY. REFERENCES: t GIBNET, HALL A Co., Baltimore, i Bo wen & MERCER, C. B. HATCH & Co., " J. k H. WARDEN, '• KIMBALL & SIIAI FSB, " P. H. GRKGOUY fz Lumpkin, Ga. ja24-tf AKYLAND OOVIPANY~S~ BUPER PHOSPHA TE OF LIME Warranted superior to any tbinv of the kind DOW in use For sale by 11. p. i.YANS, Agent, No 114South Eutaw sheet, opposite Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Depot, Raitim re, Md. julO-tr QUASOI GUANO!! | Planters and dealers will remember our facilities enable ! us to sur-blv all kinds of FERTILIZERS, by wholesale or retail, on the very best terms, 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' WAREHOUSE, thus savinq the farmer every expense. Our stock of MEXICAN GUANO embraces the carpoes of the "Humboldt," "Cosmos, and "Pilot's Bride"—the two former being arnonK the richest ever imported in this will he 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 the Hnportation. Of cor own manufaci ore, and believed to be the best article of the kind prepared in the United States. For stiff soils we deem it superior to can be applied. Finely powdertdfroWunboiled Bones. MANIPULATED GUANO, Of the various brands, at the manulheturers'prices. W. WHJTELOCK 4 CO., ftu!B-tf 44 South street. TO FARMERS AND GARDENERS—A NEW FfiRTILIZKR —equal to Guano and cheaper than Stable Manure, being alluvial deposit, composed of animal and vegetable matter. Can be obtained from the Ice Ponds near the Cattle Show 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 gervoir. Apply at3BSouth street. Price SB rents per rart load Jp22-tf MEXICAN GUANO. Very choice Mexican GUANO for sale by the cargo or single ton, by W. WHITE LOCK h CO., TIN. —50 slabs Banca Tin, imported and for sale by GEYER & WILKENS, No. 122 W. Lombard street fe2-tf STORAGE will be taken in warehouse 125 Crßmitb' vbarf.fet aodmt* prlott Anrlf to KNOX 4 Ovi dwHf INTO;; TTNU JRSKFVI. MARTIN LEWIS, BILL A.VI) ST ICK BROKER \ No. 44 SFCOVJ) ST*Ir,F.T I Has special the purchase and ...e of I * inthe New York market. fl/I ART IN' LEWIS, "" " j ITJ. KOTE A KO BILL BROKER, ! 44 SECOND rtTREET, I•i X 3 ' nf ii v idvial - 1 4r -Tj:;: t, the negotiation of Commer , cial ! aperspd I earis .f .'.ll description*. 1 Cash advances made on Coil -terala. A xuh2otf I VTOTBS, STOCKS AND BONUS . SOUGHT AND SOLD. MA r TIN I. E ir/.\\ No 44 SECOND ST I; KT, K2An SOUTH sraE-tr. BUYS am; ".ELLS ON <OM MISSION. NEGOTIABLE R.I <I > UTS TAPER. STOCKS AMI lit);.' l)S I.V AI.I, " \RXET9 Ano^X?.iPJ S u L ';\v"' A '' , R >VK " SECURITIES, £BX£ I>< iF, h MOVKY ON COLLATERALS, §r-v§ SR '-LS JIV Y. '.K EXCHANGE. BC\s N!) MLLLS CLASS GROUND RENTS anil attends personally to all ami every kind of lirok-r and hp SM ♦-•••:. ials-tf i I EONARD J. TORMEY, J A HEALER IN COMMERCIAL PAPER , ho. 22 SOUTH STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. COMMERCIAL It> ~77" ~, , I PAPER. J Bought, Sold and Negotiated. I LOANS. . i Special attention given 'o the Negotiation I * >' ,r i-o-i*js on fa-: < ; >-s viiritf.-s. ;1.0• 11 j J B. McGINN & C'6r, SJ . STOCK A ' D BILL BROKERS, No. 6 NORTH STREET, I Buy and sell on commission exclusively STOCKS, BON PS. i.: O },, R MAR .•. j:I4 -6M LA WRASON AS M ITH. STOCK AND DILI. BROKERS No. 23 SOUTH.STr.2kT, Negotiate Business Paper and L ans, and execute orders for soocks in ties and ml.er markets. julK tf MONEY BUSINESS. MARTIN LEWIS, No 44 SlOOlfD STItSST, First house from Sruth street, At"ends promptly to the NEGOTIATION OF MERCANTILE , AND BUSINESS PAPER. EFFECTS LOANS t>.\ STOCKS AND OTHER SECUKITIF.S. MAKES ADVANCES ON COLLATERALS GRANTS DISCOUNTS. ON GOOD PAPER EXECUTES ORDERS 1 OR STOCKS in all the market'. AND TRANSACTS THE BROKER AND BANKING BUSINESS I.V ALL IT '- BRANCHES. jeS-tf | NO. B. GITTINGS & CO.. W BANKERS, EXCHANGE, STOCK AND BIIiBROKERS, -NO. 2S ScUTEI STREET, VIC.7 ana BFHON COMMISSION Stock AND Securities la 11:1a TNAO: ier MARKETS. Purchase sell GROUND RENTS. /■ • 1 varices MUD eon Stocks', K>al Estate, Notes, and other col LATERALS. NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER AND Steele Loans. tfrJie cci'ections ON a ; .L ACCESSIBLE POINTS in the United SLATES and Canad.:. Ittceive deposits in LINKABLE AND Uncurrent FUND.3, AND transuct tl- OUSMCSH of Private Banking in all of its depart meats. Interest ailowed on tieposit S. JSIS-TF QAIIUBL HARRIS A SONS, ►J? BANKERS, STOCK EXCHANGE AND NOTE BROKERS, , NO. 150 FALTLFCORI BTRBH'F, COLLECT on ail AC ••XSRTBLE POINTS in the Ccited STATES and Canaaas, prom;-: iy, ;;N-I on favorable terras. BUY ana SLLL. CHECKS ANA UN CURRENT BANK NOTES, at low r.-1.-S. NEGOTIATE VI ME PAPER AND STOCK LOANS. AND buy and sell on Commission STOCKS ARID SECURITIES in this am] other markets. RECEIVE DKFOSVI'SIN Bankable or Uncurrcnt Funds AND transact the Rankinl: and EXCHANGE Business IN every department. mh4 I.V" J H. LI OK 2IT, 13 • STOCK, N OTK, B] LL, AND KEAL ESTATE BROKER; 81 SECOND ST r.r.i.-:, Baltimore. KKFKRENCF.S: P. Gibson, Cashier Rank o. Baltimore, Baltimore. C. K. Coieinan, Cashier Meobanics' Bank, Baltimcre, J. 11. Buck, Casliier Franklin Bank, Baltimore. Thomas J. (.' :rson. Banker. Baltimore. Thomas D. Johnston, Baltimore. J. C. Adams, Baltimo.E. Warwick, Fricl: B BHL!, Baltimore. R. Mickle, Cashier Union HANK of MARYLAND, Baltimore. B. A. Vickerj, Urcsident Marine BANK, Baltimore. Johnston, Bru. A Co.. Bankers, Pnliiruore. Josiah Lee B Co., Bankers, Baltinio'l J. HUTFH Jenkins A Co., Baltimore. Younr A Carsoo, Baltimore. V. to. i'ie.knr . Droo Wa'hir. S>. C. r>vls-tf STERLING EXCHANGE. ROSS CAMPBELL B CO., 24 HANOVER STREET. Have constantly for sale BILLS ON L O N I) ON, mhlfhtf In SUMS to suit purchasers HARRIS, JR., ■-- • BASEMENT CHESAPEAKE BANK, R , , ~ Noma BTBIEC, Buys and SEJ.S a- C the stocks and ether eeeurities cf C-I-I and other markets OA commission. R-.DI-tf V\T UILAIOR, JR., V E STOCK AND BILL BROKER, _ _ „ , No. 77 SECO?FP erRKET, BUYS and sells on Commission Stocks and Securities in this and other markets. MAKES advances on STOCKS END other Collaterals. •*OgOi;?TR-fi Time ;.R,Q SfiyV; I R,;,. nio tf FEC|ANGE FO. YORK, GETTYSBURG, CHAMBERSBURG, HARRLSDUP.GA. ii MIDDLETUAFN BANK NOTES fus saii; at a liberal (iiccauni by TIIO. J. UAR4DN. jell tf 2114 HaUimiire utrect. T prcm'um !iy [ elU] Tlln J. OAK3QN. MA RYLAND STATE sixES. BALTIMOK.. GAS COMPANY STOCK, For Bale. [gtjw] McKIM Cn. AkTUTlGlii. v i W c are prepared to give CASH ADVANCES on on sbiiiUmitii to our fiivr.cis ilcd.i.Di K & Wo ilward A Co.. if ljverpobi. F. 1.. Bit A l NS a; l>., daO-tf corner of Oheepnide uit lomhvd -i r-.-f XT ORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA RAILROAD In BONDS rorsah;by SAMUEL HARRIS, Jr., juiMf Baaement Chempoako Beak. ~iCOLLECTIONS ON ALL PROMIN ENT \J POINTS SOUTH AND WEST made by mha-tf THO. J. CARSON. BALTIMORE ANI> oiuo RAILROAO O'OT BONDB wanted by SAMUEL IIAKU S, Jr., M D Chesapeake Bank, BALTIMORE AND OHIO R. R. BONDS IB6F. Bait more and Ohio Railroad bonds 1875. Do. do. do. 185). D<> do. do. IHJJJ. Norlhweste.lL YA. Railroad bonds 2d MORTGAGE. Lo do. do do. 3J d. endorsed. Wanted by SAMT EL HARRIS, JR., mhlS-tf basement Chesapeake Bank. TTIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA BANK T NOTES for sale by TilO. J. CARSON, FCJS - t 204 Ball imore street 'IT'XOHANGK ON NEW YORK, PUILADLL- J.L/ ■ iilA, llosrON, KICHMO.'.'D. PETKK -liUii'J au-.I Nou KI ILK., for tale by THO .I. CAJtvON, te2t?-tf 204 Hallimorn street. LTKOITRRLNT RAtVK NOTES ANL> D RAF IS / on all points South and West, purchased at best rales, by , . THO. J. CAKSON, ie2o-tf 2'.'4 Baltimore sli eet. p BOTHERS iiO.N iNGER, OHER FOB SALE FnKEIGN EXCHANGE on at! the principal citiro of Germany, ou i.ondon, Paris and Amster aara. ___ mbiii-Lf A UVANOES MALE UN BUSINESS PAPER Ji AND APPROVED COJ.LATEItAI.S by 1e26-tf THO. J. CARSON. lANK OF BALTIMORE STOCK WANTED *-y JNO. S GiTIINGS .V CO., 2i) Smith st. jVY ARYLA Nil KIXES.— Maryland 0 per cent. ItX inarribed loan, fur sale by SAML. HARKIS, Jr., _ Basement, h-rapi-ake it "i 'Lth PAPiiR HAOO'i'IATED"by" Jf- ' SAML. 11.4K111S & SONS, _' 196 Baltimore street. & O. R. R. BOXDH 18G7 WANTED BY ? JNO. S. GITTINGS & CO , BFCRIP OF NEW YORK AND PHILAUKL K_/ PHI A INSURANCE COMPANIES w.-ntel B/ KREIiS OT HALL, F022 tf F.-< Kxc tanice Place QTFIRLING EXCHANGE. 0 Forealeby KNOX & CO, __ AUI6 tf & Grocer's Exchange. tJTUUKS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS BOCGHT Oand sold by JNO. S. GITTINGS A CO., sStf . 29 South st. MISSOURI 6 B FOR SALE BY J.NO. S. GITTINGS & CO.. Btf 29 Sooth at. M BROHANTS' BANK STOCK FOR SALE BY IVJ. JNO. S. GITTINGS & Co., esiif 29 South t pIREMEN'S INSURANCE STOCK WANTED X' by SAMUEL HARRIS, Jr., jul7-tf BasementCheaapi.-aku Dank. \/| ARYLA ND STOCK 1890 YVANTED BY' if A JNO. S. GITTINGS 4 CO., sSlf 29 South st. C COMMERCIAL k' FARMERS'" BANK' STOCK J wanted by JNO. S. GITTINGS & CO., sßtl 29 South st. \TBW VORK MASINL INSURANCE SCRIP X I wanted by KNOX B CO., ap2B-tf Exchan kc Place BALTIMORE 6 PER CT.LOAN FOR SALE by SAML. HARRIS, Jr., jul'.-rf PASO!' ON! CLU'SAJ LF■>.*• U.-.R.K. VrORTHERN CENTRA L it AILUOA V BONDS I'* wanted by SAML. HARRIS, .lr , j dl- ' Ba-ement ' r-Mir-v.i.. H-.pY. T?D. H. WILSON, Aid A TI'ORNE T AT LA W, No. 14 LAW BUILDINGS, Corner of St Paul and Lexington streets, (up stairs.) ml 20 IY BALTIMORE, HO. ENGLEHEART, ATTORNLY AT LAW, No. 31 SPURRIER'S C'HV;T, (Rear of the I.aw Buildings,) • LEXI.-'GTON STUAZT, BETWEEN CHARLES AWOSV PAUL, 1? ALTLMOJIS. Ail business entrusted to his care will be punctually at tended to. OLB-lyr PHARLSS G. KERR, A T T O 11 -V E Y- A T-L A W,l OFFICE—No .31 ST. PAUL ST K E F;T', (Bsxwxix LEXINQTOH axd SAEATOOA StaiilS,) P2'i-lf Il'ii'.KinAfd. KEROSENE AND PHOTOGEN OIL t >%\ MANUFACTURED IN BALTIMORE, AND WARRANTED EQUAL TO THE BEST OILS EVER MADE. BURNING IN ANY COAL OIL LAMP, FREE FROM SMOKE AND SMELL. In quantifies to suit the trade, J and at prices that will enable our customers to compete with any and all other dealers. CBUDE OILS PTJHCHASED. CAPRON A CO., Agents, mh27-tf No. 3 Com F.xchange. Wood street. TXTALDBN SHAWLS. ? V A larye assortment Ladies' Long ard Sonar 3HAWLS, in new and beautiful designs of toil celebrated make—f sale by the Agents. saS-'J FHICK. PHILLIPS a CO. OTKAM MARBLE WORKS. O HUGH SiSSON, Coasiß Noara AHD MO uuxnt sibists, Baltimore. MONUMENTS, GRAVE-STONES. MANTLES. TABLE-TOPS, TILES for floors, GARDEN BTATUARY 1 I KM- Foreign and Domestlo ilsrble famished the rmde at woatret. OIL. 10,000 gallons bleached Winter Solar. 6,000 gallons bleached Winter Elephant.l \ 8,000 gallon,- unbleached Winter Sneiml 9,000 gallons Northwest coast Whale. S.ooo gallons pure Cod, and 2AOC gallons No 1 Bank. Landed ana for sale by J. PARKBURST. Jr. A CO., 575-tf 78 Bowly's wharL ENRYW. JENKINS, PRACTICAL CABINET MAKER, No. 16 LIGHT ST., Has on hand a large stock of, and is constantly manufactu ring, every description of CABINET WARE, of the best ma terials and workmanship. „ „ _ HAIR and SPRING MATRESSES, SPRING UNDER BEDS, BOLSTERS and PILLOWSofHairor Feathers, IRON BEDSTEADS, suitable for Hotels, servants, *c. iaf-tf M. J. HOOPER & CO., Coßttsß or SOUTH ahd PBATT STBBITS, Baltimore. MANUFACTURERS OF MACHINE WOVE SEINES SEINES TANNED, TARRED AND RIGGED. DEALERS IN FISHING ROPE, oTO-tf nORK9.(4ri.I.TVO Avn SETVK TWINE. AC "1708 BENT .—Desirable OFFICES. Appl- X ap-tf 61 SECOND STREET J&ma, £c.. fcir Ssl? a id? Sent. iftjNTS.—Two weit secured and punctually p.i, Grourd sof JC.3 vii. 'or al by ',;£<> HARRISON. ■ Je24-6t 6 O". q.rtrvfl's wharf. TjV.)R KKNTT— fhTfiFsrl'LOOß and CELLAR v la ge en I w 15 I'ccl V -uthou r. k r I/T as ur*•*tP r: e i lace - !t 'Hjoins the estihlisf TT'-'it of 5 ' ■; * t,!rs * E s, b? siui *< a bupin*:s< slum: i-- emi fiaered one of th bsi in be ity. erms very i:.n! rat". I obsession given immedi riiiy. Apply on the p iri•'% to j J- 17-tf KCDi-'.WAI.II & SfN l A LL.' t&lil FoR RENT—HOUSE No. 90 McGallongh ; ;i;t st T-' :x SOfwl fma t will he i* Rtel lor. kn ■j* nu'v aJ N••.29 N. GA Y STREET. i. 15-tf | S|| F<>R RENT.— HOUSE ¥o. 219 West I fi-Sfiii l r'ne.a nrol Green, opporit-* I r" "- I .'' ' , ' r i' *" 0% ! .h all m fl.rn improvement*, j s 1 ndi-.l > . d ard ;-'f; !:• Will he r nte-1 1 w ti . gfo.i J t P .n*. :.:e o<v ur.int having no use for it Aprlv j Vi *8 oAKK.K STKEET, between Charles and i igh't ! Btreete ' jellktf I VURN]• Ii';! >IVW KL I JNG FOR RENT. JMii An • l-'eantly fumi-dud HOUSB within thro- sir ares i*x*.ot t!u- Monument, will e rented to a : mall family j cn , "' 1 tft'.m Api iy at this oOoe. m27tf * tt| VALUABLE LAND IN ALLEGANY COUNTY, FOR SAT.TO. A TRACT OF LA YD railed TREASURE TROVE, con Lining about SIX THOI'S iN I) ACItES. originally giant.-.! to ■!. ho "W. l'rD, on tin. JI day of March. 1801. and resu>- veyed tor the HOD. 'i'h mas G. Pratt about the year 18*6. !t is situat d i;Kt 1* miles east of Cumberland, on the great Nt onal Road wh-ch traverses the property. \V hev, Oats and Indian Com gr.iv admirably in this region. It i also admirably suited to Sheep raising. Therearesev r.il Farms opened an<l cleared upon the land and now under rent. v he tract, is principally wooded with larg • Oak and Pine limber, which can easily be transported ovr a road gently slopia to the Chesapeake and Ohio ' anal and the BaP.iimoc and Ohio Railroad which ran within 3 mi'es of the southe. n boundary of the tract. In tli * centre of the tract are several remarkably fine Sulphur ami Iron SPRINGS of dliferent strengths, issuing from a small vall-y w ithiu a few y irdaofeach other. T' i - . with another Sulphur Spring in the tame vu init*', have f r years be.n known ami resorted to first by the Indians and afterwards by th Hunters f.>r tin ir Hygcian qualities. A few mile-; ofTiter* ss the mountain is a very fine lOOIXE SPRING, which is wi 1] known in the neighborhood and i remarkably - dapted to the cure of all cutaneous diseases. The whole 'S oTerod for s ile at very low rates and on long credit, as it will be divided into SM ALL FARMS of sizes to suit purchasers. Apply to WALL IS k THOMAS, mls-tf St. Paul street VALUABLE AND rdLRMS FOR SALE, Situated on a branch of the Patapsco. about 5 miles south of Baltimore city, with which there is direct communica tion by land and water. THE WATER POWER is unfailing, with a fall of twenty-two feet, and i.i capable of driving the machinery for a large COTTON MILL OU A FLOUK. MIXfXj to turn out 2. 0 blits. flour per day; and the whnrf ha? safE cient water to aco.mai'iuate vessels of 11 feet draught. A TRACT OF FIVE THOUSAND ACRES, in the immediate neighborhood of the well Known farms oi Messrs. Cromwell, I.inthicum and others, which supply tho Bait, more an l Philadelphia markets so largely with frtii', most of which is particularly adapted for Veset.hte and t' luit c iltare, adjoins the Mill Seat. A portion of it is well TIMBERED, and there are many flue sites with ex tensive views. he route of the BALTISIORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD passes through the entire tract. THIS WILL BE DIVIDED INTO SMALL FAEIfS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, TO WHOM EVERY ACCOMMODATION WILL DI: GIVLN. To capitalists lb? nboye oflfcrs a very favorable opportui.i ty for investing t a low rate, in the in.m.diate vicinity of j a large and populous city. The Mill Seat is offered alone, or with any requl ed quan tify of land adjoining, at low rates. A very liberal charier from the folate of Maryland, which would be tran-f rred with the property, offers particular inducements to ny paitics desiring to form a company. The jpresent owners of tie property would be willing to take frooi qa rcr to half of the stork of such a company if required. Terms will le . ade to suit the purchaser 3. Apply fo ML!AS GL .NX, mt-tf _ g North Ualvert street FOR RfiNT. 1 he large three-story HOUSE, No. 20 North Charles JExkLcStrie-t, wi: icb would be altered for Store if uesiied.or converted into OFFICES. Large DWELLING, No. 12 St Paul street, corner of Ba; 1 lane, lately occupied as a Boarding-house, a: d Buiubic ior *>FFiC - S. STORE \Ni) DV/ELLING, southeast comer of Court land anil Sannoga streets. STORE AND DWELLING, No. 177 Pratt street, alove C l ir- esstr?..l STORE No 38 North Chirles street. lately occupv.'l bv Mrs. S. W. Hughes. I) WELLING above ditto, well adapt-.-!: for a D< DM kIJLI >G HOUSE, NO. Lexington street, wt cf Ch -.rl- , lately occupied.by Chipmau as Board lr -s-. us - and Restaurant. The adjoining HOUSES, Nos. 89 and 91 Fayette street, ne.-ir Charles, om* lately occupied as Restaurant the other as an Iron foundry. Small 1)W EL LING-HOUSE on Spring Court, nearCh'-rles Btreet. Large STABLE and Yard c-n Pratt street, near Howard. Two DWFT. LINO HOUSES on Carer etrcet above Lex inKton street. Ns..?">n • 51. Thr v-htory DVv ELI.ING, NO. 537 We t Lexington street, nw RepuW cen si ret t. I)\\ EI.LING HOUSE, No. 50 North Liberty street, above Lexington. W. \v. GLENN, No. 6 North Calvert • treet. SALE. Jl VALUABLE GUN, RIFLE AND IMSTOL MA v I FA*. TOR v , NE A R THI: CI I' V i)]•' B A LTIM■ •R K. T-... Valuable i'r-.p.r-y known a a Mivrhior's GUN FACTORY, situ&t d near he Belairßoad, about five miles from the city or Raltiu: ire, e.nmisting of A larg- three-Miry STi'NE FACTORY BUILDING, with ample water auti slt iira power, arid all the Machinery isml Tools necessary for the lua uf*i rture of Guns, i'iilcs, Pis tols and Small Arms of every description. ALSO, A large and commodious Frame DWELLING, (nearly new,) conta ning 12 Rooms and Kitchen. ALSO, t our b 'RA " K HOUSES, for workmen, containing each four Rooms and Kit. hen. ALSO, A new FRAME STABLE and all necessary Gut Houses. I The whole property contains about SIX ACRES OF I LAND, and more land can be obtaiued, if ir d. If not before sold at private saw, this property will he offered at publi.* auir.iori, at the Exchange, in Jtaltim -u city, on W EDNESDAY, the 2Uth day of June, at 1 o'clock, to the highest Didder. Terms of sale made known at the time of e. Apply to A. HORN & CO., 73 and 75 Second street. Or to W. F. * RICK. ml J • 82 Fayette street, t i POR RENT.—A STABLE in the rear of House A No. 319, West Lexington street. betwe n Fine ami Fremont streets, or to KI-.YER &AVILI ENS, spl9-tf No. 122 West Lombard treet. I T; FOR RENT.—WAREHOUSE No. 81 BBGJ: Smith's wharf, to be vacated ttie J2rh instant. In jB&iU. quire of J. G. HA KV E j i CO., apll-tf Kxrl air- Place. - FOR RENT ON PLEASING TKk.MS.— §:!■! That very desirable and commorli .us two-story JKMA DWELLING, south side of Piea.san:, second m o t.oui Charles street ! rt ly ocv .-i ied by Ja.i. E. Tyson. E*ai. Lot 44 feet front by 17u deep. Apply t „ "WHITE & ELDER, ap29-eo4 A Exchange Place. <£A VALUABLE FARII NEAR THE BAI.TI.MOHE -.V 'ouro KAILROM) Tins farm contains TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACHES t.f v.ry superio'l.and, w . l wooil .1 at..l wat r. d has seveial fine huildinK sites and is aliundsntlv suppii-si wi ii fine Springs and runnin .- water. Ii is situated on the C lHjly Boail leading fr m ttie Fred ri k turnpike to Die railroad. The situation is elevated, it has a commanding view and is per.ectl.v healthv. It will be sold in one parcel or divided to suit purchasers U&~ Terms reasonable. Apply to W. W. GLEN'N', m7 tf fiXrirtp UalVert street. TOHN M. WALKER, Or R OPE R T Y AG E IV T, Si). 36 aKCGND STREET, Has for sale. FARMS, COUNTRY SE ATS. CIT Y KK.SI DEVCF.S. BUI LDI N( iJ .< >TS ami GROUND KF.-- TS. m-M y iUND RENTS FOR S ■ LE—Well secured vJ an-1 handsomely improved. Three of $ i'o each, at 6, 62$ ami 7 per cent.; one of S2BO per annum, at Cpercmt.; one o SIBO per annum, at 6y> percent.; one of $172, atß>s percent; two of sl2'J, at 7 per cent.; two of each, at 7 per cent; four of ss. each, at per cent.; ar d t.ve of S7f< C'tCU, a' or cent. Apply to WM. H. MARRIOTT, Broker, No. 24 North Charles strict. mh29-tf f®, FOR RENT.—WAREHOUSE in Ex jjaj change Ptece, occopii d at present by Messrs. Taylor, &Foßter & Co. Possession i iven Ist April ensuing. mbg-tf HENRY RIEMA,. -V su.ss. FOR SALE.—A handsome COUNTRY Bjjjjij SFAT, near Catonsville, containing SEVEN IEF.N Snu'rUACKfcS. For particuiars, aptby to C. LRi.'.KMAN CO., mh2B tf No. C7 Pratt: treet. SALE.—Farms, Houses, Country-Seats, _ Lots and Ground Kelts. A fine Farm 1 mile from ti-.e Leister&towu Tuirpite, and 10 m.lt-.s from Raltioio:>, ioii taining 170 aens well improved. One of WO acres in 1.e.:;- boa county, Virginia, on the Loudon and Hampshire Rail road, land in i i.:h st te of cultivation, buildings 11; t class, would be divided into two or more fatnii if ilesired, price s:speracr-. Gne ot Jib acres en the Western Maryland kdixroa , 9 miles Loui iiaitimore. Apply t J. I) O'DEEh, m1;26 tf N<*. 24 Be. olid ..tr.-i t. FOB SALE. A fine young ARE about har.ds high, five years old. br .ken to saddle and harness: out of a thorough bred Prince George dam by imported Arabian Im -.um. ALSO. Aldernev Bull CALVES with imported pedigree,from clam yielding from OJ-j to 12 lbs. of Butter when freth HAMPSHIRE HOGS. A fine lot of Hampshire, Chester and white Berkshire IDiGS of both sexes, far sale low. Apply to JOHN GLENN, m7 if No. 6 North Calvert street. FOR RENT.—-The four-story Brick ||}j|S WAREHOUSE, No. 99 South street,(Bov,-iy's wharf), JbLhaving a water fron#n the Basin, UcClure-q l)ocx in tt;c rear, and railroad track in the street Apply to J'. MALioM CO,, jl-tf s3t Wood street, bowly's wharf. tagk FOR SALE.—The DW ELLING HOUSE !ij No. 327 We>-t Lexington street, alove Chatswcrth iLiLot 25 by 220 to Josephine street. House full three gp.uw front and back, with all the modern improvements and garden in tine order. Apply on the PREMISES from 10 to 2 o'clock. fe2B-tf &K7? FOR SALE.—A new and desirable M DWELLING on Townsend street, opposite the Me morial Church, wim all the modern improvements. Will be sold a bargain or ex. hanged f>r Ra lroad boxu.s A;,;>ly to WM. H. MA P. IP fT, No. 24 N Charles OFFICE FOR RENT.— I The corner OFFICE on lir*t floor of our new Building, corner of S'Uth sireet and Exchange Place, is fnr jent. it is well sdap.ed for a Broker's or an insurance office, having \ault. Gas and every other convenience. Possession can be given about t,' Ist March. Apply to C. H. MYFK> & BRO., M.lf 44 i-wlitl SIVK-t. F riß RKN'T'—DWELLING No. 77 North Hifi'll street, Detween Gav and Fayette sis., in Rood order; will be rented low to a good tenant typly to WM. B. CROSS, ja22 tf comer East Falls and Eastern avenues FOB RENT—The BANKING HOUSE ML lal * ly oflCttP BLANCHW Trustee, ja3l-tf * No. 41 St. Paul street. L" OTS FOR LEASEE ' 220 feet on Montgomery street, eat of William. 65 feet on North street, north of Eager. 24 feet on Cathedral street, south of Read. 80 feet on Mad.aon street, binding on the Falis. Apply to F- K. HOWARD, Attorney, 41 St. Paul street. mhl-tf . Or at the Exchange Office. FOR RENT.—Large 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 Keom. Ai.ply at 50 SOt'TH PAY ST. nl9df MI WILL EXCHANGE A FINE FARM near the city, for one near Petersburg, Va. Aim. for sale, small FA RMS suitable for Market Gardens or oountry Seats; HOUSES, LOTS and GROUND RENTS v-rv low MONHA NEGOTIATIONS made, STOCKS Spl'D.and COMMISSION BUSINESS GENERALLY, at | No. 19 N. Eutaw street. T. N. REII). jal'-tf 1 MFOR RENT—Large Double HOUSE, on corner St. Paul street an t Bank lane, now occupied by Mrs. Stokely as Boarding House. Also, DWELLING 20 North Charles street, north of Fa yette, which will be altered for store if desired. FOR SALE—Original GROUND RENTS of 83110, $135 $l2O and S7O each. W.W.GLENN, dO-tf 6 North Calvert street. FOR PRESERVING FRUIT—PATENT JARS for preserving fruit without the useof wax or cement imple, oheap andKefficacious. For sale wholesale and re ail by GEO. HOLLINS, 11 North Charles street, •alO-tfr corner Fayette, .■ __ J* Salts. ~ 3 BT~ \DBOsTico 7 Ml U _ ! &'-Ji. MORTGAGEIfPRnpf.R-rv ' I Un erads.r?' of th Circuit Court for pliti.. Oeunde "gneiwil.fr.. ■>• pal.'.i • , i^ n v,Tn®H™iuT' - the J9;h (lav of July. WW, at . v lv-'< p \( ,oo ihe D 'J A J,' f M IWOLoTAOFOKOUNn Itu*;* in P.AUimor ec ky tl scrtbta h" f llowr: y * t i.('T>o. 1. <- - nniag at theorrer f rmd by the int<r "vc i'-a of the ot,si le of M'*D \r : . - rrt ?rd tlie east jsl-eo : r*oker s:rc t, it n st.'d -n • and I "n- i'.-! aero ding to !ls pi** of s •-.••- r •<• by (i w .. n . ■ Bouldln, Surve or. In Vie mont of April. 18,' G. and flVd jla .ii-c!! of H.ill ' ft •I. . a I'M Ward ft at. in (he I taircij: <; rc for Baltimo e Dv a. d runn • v. ence i:rth t ; b : ding on th *eat B i rfhi •' •r s\. w!ic. opened a* Kid '■'■'. v a siid olat. 1D~t?o. f-.ei; t"• eoaM p*rall-l with Mulberry §t., as laid -own on taio pint, i.hly o toe | e -msi V of" ti re? foot alley to bulai : :.:t : o? en" foi the use sod benefit of the lots of gronrd adjacent thiitttt thence s mh, on the e-it tiJ of : id href f < ale*;, audi pardli Ito iheline of : ; ,i • ti.r t tl f f-SiiJ, *ot'eane of the oor*.'i in<* of V.ulinrr.y tn' - when j. .i"d as afor'- n id, flft f. et; and thence \v m GO ? h- )i e of . lie ncrth side o. Mull-dry stieet n'or:;\ d, ei&b y fict to the pi. v \ he inning. A I.SO, 1 (>T No. 2 beguiling on the erst fide of Stf i* ker street, woen said street i 1 id out and opened as ioned in 1.0 No J, at t:ied : tanc- of fifteen fe t north of the corner i- imei by the intirvftmp if the north side o' Mu.ber* v street and (he > side of Strieker strict, when said streets aie laid out and op* tied ac*o:dinc to • lie plat of survey nii-ii.inn- a in t}, t . (I..scrip?ion of Lor \o. l.and running tie:n*i .mr'ii. h; ding on the eaßt ii*l *o' Stri -ke.- street, when opened a 1 u.t d vn :.r i: id tda:, tif • <-n fret; the -e ast parallel w th MuDerry street, as h id down on said '\- *' t.v feet, to the •:.> . o a three foot alley: : .' n -f " lIT - r " 'heeast . i--. .-.f said thrrefoct :lhv, and r s l r * 11 . T i l n ' ul ts ' f ker .••r-i.rt Bi aforesaid.fi teen i--i , ai-u i.itrce w* t. par .lei to Mi e r y street as afore- Shin, eiyh:y ft, loth pi-o U- n?iru*. **T; > • '-j <-i >• a a n-ut cfi.Jß, p.Vrf !• hi. \..ti y (nt '■ I il \v .i" .lure Hi'( Drccmher. IIW l iiV'Tlvf-'"';•!' n "" t'" 11 BKIOK ' A .""'Story brick bacs liuiidicy with Taxes anil Krouii! rcrt will he pail to the (lav of Falc. lernis hi -h HI cas . and U. ••• in •i n six ana twelve months wrh 'utewst, secu>ed (•>.' notee::dor->eil to satis faction of trustee. 11KNHY i <J\HKY, Trustee . o 7 ADKKON Co., je2s-2\w..w.t(]s p uctioneers. R. CHANi B, (LATE AUOTIONSKR.) GENERA L COMMISSI O.X ME ECU A NT, -And Ijealer in fill kinds of AUI'TIOiS (iOOHS suitfdto both Ci: .• nd \ ur.tr.v Merch r:'.v, • 'ioare requested to ex* amine the same before purcha-fing elsewhere. JAMEs K. CU \NCE, Co • mission Meridian*, j 2d stories S. E. corner Pr ' irr.ore and Cb r!-s s:s., ml'l-.i if Entranr-'on Cbarles street. fismrt stOr, fsastt. vssdßb GOLD MEDAL PIANOS. '• i -VI) IJY HENKY GAKHLB. -; j? j Wahsroums: u Nos. lf>, 17 and 19 N. KUTAW PTEBIT. OFFICE: KORTIIKAPT COBNiR OF EITTAW AXTi FATBTTB PTHEKTB, Th-• undersiisned hasa-w- • on h ;:.d one of the hrge3t 8 Bortments of PIANO FORTES i; this city, which for l i auty iif ftnjshj ppwei* and sweetness of tone, elasticity of tou'di. have by juu/es b- n pronomicevl unrivaled. Fhe highest freniui.- a Rold Medal—was swarded thcin at the late Fair of the Maryland institute, held in October, Every Piano guaranteed f r flv vears, and a privilege of exchange greated at any tirac i.h-n six months from day oc.:''-, if not en tirely si.tisfactr ry. Terms and prices lii> rah and a call is respectfully solicited hemrc purchasing elsewln re. innos taken in exel nge, hired, tuned and repaired vtrral Second-hand Pianos fors&te low for cash. <t A EH I.E. ggmi FRESH ORhiKN AND BLACK TEASjoI l^u ' va rietieß of < ticli kind, selected frem the SaKSfiß im Portationsof N • W TEA. expres-ly for the use of priv -.te families, the quality < f which can not he excelled cither i?: sty e of make or in extreme fra grance. For sale by \Y'SI. WJiKEAN*, No. 142 Baltimore Street, between Noj*(-| and F-ilv -?r • ?•. Fl4-tf YinmppMrs. "DROSS A XRSBS, JIS FKACTICAL I.ITHOSRAPKERS, EN6KAVERB, A ** 1> r -.tf - " i'Rl NTEEi?, NO. ICI WT -T LOMBARD NT.-: El^T,' Eiil Hearts. Cheeky ''''' Citdr, Circulars, kapß, Flans, f r v a i * Title Pages, jiflts itiio ps(ols. pOLT 8 PISTOLS, RIFLES AND V-, , , . SHOT GUN'S. Ivhnlesale Aeeinv -r ( • I.T'S PATENT FIRE-ARMS MANUP.A(JIT T RING (*(). A arge rteck constantly on hand. Aiso, inip M' rs of single anil doutde-barrcl BIRD AND ill Civ GUNS, of which we have BJi extensive and superior fissortrr.ent nil grades for sale low by F. I*. LONKY & CO., Nos. 1 end 3 Hanover street, n > r tlaitinvire-treet. Ulattsrm sraUs. jp°St MURDOCH'S STAMDA RD SOAL 1 ifiC 5 FOR HAY AN II COAI., j.ut ;) at short notice. Also, on line.:, '-I! sizes of Fl.<Ml|t and PORTA- ii'.i.i.i'l.ATi c •>. ■ i Ai.Es. COUNTER BOAI.m, BEAAf.-I. &e.,of Bu|'.i':' '* qaalitv, warronteo rtiiralrtv correct. RICH I). Mritl'OCll, :■' tf Mo -If- Fen'! i I t,Hi - M-ort. Carriages. •'CARIU A GKIS.— Vc • i. i oil I-, l it, at OUR MAN 1'"/ ACTOR Y AND It Kl'i H Y one of the hiryest -.1 • i(, i i\Ul- I'.IADKS to lie f -ir. lin .• , ; • ••• : <1 C:ir ritJKes are invited f> c.J and i..!;.. • r:-n.' k, as w are (kte-m.ned to sell at lv rate •• M. ■on .- •■ ? :nicdati>>g terms as any other e.-dvj-m-r;* f .'JV El-' k ST. A, ja2s-tf Corner of Hnvn. t a > • '. r-.M .. DnD. k v CARRIAGES I CAR?.'. AOWi . have on hand at 29 North 0 •* Y STi F.KT, thel< : • t hsscrtmont of FAII ION AB E K DAtIRiAGF.S sou'l o ,\'i7 Ycrk, all cf the at-.., fashiornj and most approved styh s. The public are invited to call and examine for tfttia* wives; a'l of which will be .- - oh! on r:i finable ? : s. BUKK.KAIiJH? - O CONI illX, WRepairing done at the so rtest n< (mr22-fr f i\JRLBT'T & HUNda V I CA It >ll AG K \ N 'JFACT'-RY, No. S3 NOPTIi BTUBrM. • The h;i7ir r prefttly en* riiEVv.'.A larged their premises ;.ud incre .sed tie '.r facili tiea. beg leave to call tlic- attention of the nubile to theii extensive stock of •>■.• ery desci iption of C \ KP.J 4 <1!". -• f lashed in the most ilegart sty .e end iv.rr*.V M anner, v. Eith they sre prepared to ecM e.n Frcnmuaoaßtingtr-rcrs. ETAIRB at tended to with dispatch and at rnnsnncbie nriees. Ci'lti.lTT h SON, ?•••:" • • ' ■•••.:,-*• imorc. "wSTLnjroEr. TUB OLD ESTABLISHED FACTOP.Y oti STONE, EARTHEN WARS. FIRE AND STOVE BRICKS, &c., &0 POTTERY AND SALES ROOM, COBXEII OP LKSIN'OTOT AND I'INS 3TRIF.TB, Baltimore, Md. A I.SO, MANUFACTURE JAM MS AD HI PIPES. Tl'.e great economy in the u?e of th.se PIPES for Sewer age willbe found to exeeci, .y fa.-. t;.e use of any other m-iteiial for the tame purposes. Ail old* rs as aiiove. will be promptly attended to. Goods deliver..! in the city free of charge mhl.'i tf PERUVIAN GUANM). L We are now rec iv.iv: from theAKccfs' Warebouce, the very lest quality of PERU Vi A S c ! A \ •. arid are pre pared to supply it m any quantity at the lowest market rates. V. WHITELOCK .-c CO., mio-tf 4f *-'>utn st re t. J ABEZ D. PRATT, f) COMMISSIONER OK m:FJV-\ .ke. COMMISSIONER TO TAKE THE PK'Kr \.N. KAOWLDCMENT Or DEEDS, DEPOSIT.. NS, POti E.-.S OK ATTORNEY, or ether lubiruLitnlo in -r;, -;,.cr::u States rf New York, Mi n?.ippi % D a, Virginia, A rkansu;;, i •; i-i, Pennsylvania, Tenn-tsee, ' •• • :-.r. North Carolina, Kentucky, Cour:-; .cut. Mouth Carolina, Ohio. Svk ilampsh're, Georgia, Juiliana, <■ - Ai&beara, Ulin i, i>ka territ'y . L.r)Ui-::<na, Missouri, Florida, Texas, Cah"-ijiH r i ::.'*f.*f.rO'-r or E ■ ..'I : •, • • ? q fOLJiSOTiO ii AflilKC?.- \J J. I). FKATT A CO., Are prepared to receive and trHmi. it GCAI2S FOK C::L i.klTiln\ in any cuy or county in thv Tnitea Stats or brit 81 Proyincea. 8e..--: in --t *r: ovimepondcncd %'Jtn rei:_ai>le Attorneys so every city;.:..; ;.ncy;our facili)se3 ci ejecting speedy and prompt COLLEUT'IONc are such uji wiiE>ivcebt "e cat./j/fcHk.,;. aFKICE OP THIS M A N'TfT - AO >: V7.: :,.rr.er Of Bsi j£or* nri 8 fi'Dflri"* - i.\fZ ♦ IMFRO V Bl> I liETALLIC INKSTAND. TH B CHEAPEST AND BEET THE MAPKE7 f: :oi. T Si Z r. 3 D FPONG E CLP* ATTACH SO. J Whole-sale and retail by ?TTrn WALTHER, \V. Pratt at., Baitimore J| >fc* i ihii \\ ALii::- CHRCNO'fETEK MAKER, No West Pratt street, BAIT.MO&i. AGENT FOR F. i G. W. hJ.VSTj ' f w Ycrk. W. BOND & SON. B< tei h IS tf ¥ R. GLONINGKR V; CO., *J • NO. 7 NUKTH C • *.KSTREET, Offer for s-d-.* CHAMPAGNES.—C":. lDre. i>..n!erer, Ve. Clicooot, Gi-vJu-r A Co. The vai i u;; iieulsicck and other favorite brands. MADEIRAS.—J. How. March A Co., Welsh Bros, and a small lot private fork. Sherri: Eorts, Hrck and Claret W1 >' FS PR A N DIES. —H.nr.essv in '*• re r t ■ i.d * wart house. WHISKIES.—OId Eye. ou<Don :u.t: reotch. COKIH \Ls in ?:reat vaii* t ■ HAVANA CIGARS, trtsh ti 18 8 ft COL R, ii CUMMISSiON MERCHANTS, AMERICAN AND FDKKIDN HARDWARE, Nos. if and 2S SOUTH CHARLES STR H'ET. I f**"" tf B:,itimcre. | R'aso. W.IIooPKR, [ 2H Fill? CHANDLER AND GROCER ANT) ]>7ALSE [N HEMP, PATENT CORDAGE, CHAINS, ANCHORS. SPIKES, PAINTS. I '.I.E. NAV IS. ST(-KK>, oAKCM, ! BUM KS, BUNTtNO.HA V. .".OPE Ac. COKNKi: J'BATT 1 SOBIH STKItTB, [ iniS-lf D* wre. * OIL. SO.fHirt pailcns fcached V." inter rriar I k.'AOxaiions b!e.-,c!.. ; rt Winter F.lii i inl. SAiOOpHlionß Winter Sperm Nowltnd'DK from eci r. i: i'nk r,. Jr ir. rtnre and for aalehy .1. PA.HJiHURST, J. AGO. .'! . -n ftr.-. I r -. T" u li L' \V~~T K D' 8 " A * W ORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, in tiusEta, pints *n l hlf pintr., • • salt V. manu tectum* priCMfcy eSORAI WARNER, TOr „,. A *- ni j ' A,jT S'fiili. BKLLB. y/ M.KEITH, JR., * SON, A cent., ?3 South Claries treet.have m store asampleot these new reiebrattd hols, made by Nayf-r. Ticker. A Co., Sheffield, koslam'.to which they respertuuliy ast Et attcntkn of ct.urch orcani sations, fire departnunts, ana individuals tlirouahout the Southern and W estcrn stales Bells supplied at short no tice, varying in weikiu frcm 35 lbs. to 6.0W ibs. Prices are only one-third as much as bronie, and lees than nail as which as composition Beiia Circulars csn be had on ai pli cation atJkVtf /aANTON STRAW HATS— Kj TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED. For sale at low figures by POULTNEY ft MOALE, JelO-tf No. 44 West Lombard street. assay aisuAH. aaax. aiauAS. kssru a. kiimla HENRY UIEM AN ft SONS, PRVIBION COEMISSION'KS R CBA NTS, N. HOWARD STREET, BALTIMORE •W. (JBSTIUK. HINEY A ROHIVAI UNTHER ft RODEW ALD, ' BOBIWAI AT GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AKD TOBACCO FACTORS, One door West of Exchange Place. Ralt.. 9 MJ ° MD4 * !> HP. EVANS, • COMMISSION MERCHANT, FLOUR,GRAIN, GUANO, fJROuVn BONES AND SUPER XT ~ O . PHOSPHATE OF LIME, . . No. 114 South Eutaw street, opposite Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Depot, Baltimore, Mil. .. . References in Baltimore: P. M&lcom & Co., Carson. Zimmerroan * CO., McNeil A Jones, John W. Zimmerman. je23-if __ XT OTICE —Neither the Captain nor the Con- M signees of Brcmen bark MAR Liver pool, will be responsible fbr any debts contract.d by th crew of said bark.