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BALTIMOHJC.
MONDAY, JULY 1, 1861.
Either the people of the North have deliberately
resoried to falsehood and self-deception to sustain
the President in thy outrageous coursp which lie
has adopted at their dictation, or else the excite
ment of the hour has deprived the vast majority
of them of the capacity to reason or to discrimi
nate between right and wrong. In no other way
can the extraordinary contusion of ideas which
apparently prevails throughout that section be
accounted for. Up to the period of Mr. LINCOLN'S
inauguntion the position of the country, the
dangers whicii threatened it, and the means by
which these might he averted, were discussed by
a multitude of speakers and writers in the North
with great ability and fairness. But from the
moment when he initiated the arbitrary and
illegal measures which have thus far characterized
his official career, the Northern min 1 appears to
have become completely bewildered. Iu their
efforts to susiain the Administration,and at the same
time to find some plausible apology for so doing,
the people of the free States have been talking for
weeks past the most incomprehensible jargon.
They have been defending the most palpable
violations of the fundamental statutes of the land,
on the ground that tlft-y were contending for the
enforcement of the laws; they have justified the
most flagrant usurpations by the President, on the
theory that they were upholding the Constitution;
they have advocated a bloody and remorseless
war upon the South for the reason that they de
sired to preserve fraternal relations, and the ol.d
political connections between the inhabitants
of the free and the slave Slates. They
have continually denounced all opposition to
the despotic decrees of the Cabinet as treason,
and all unfavorable strictures upon the acts of the
Federal authorities as seditious. The ciliz-ns of
Baltimore, and more especially one or two of the
daily journals of this city, have been the constant
obj-ets of this insensate clamor. Because we con
demn the policy of the Administration, and repu
diate its iniquitous proceedings, and endeavor to
countervail its unwarrantable schemes, we are
stigmatized as traitors to our country, whose lips
should be closed and whose liberties should lie
curtailed by the strong hand of power. The ab
surdity of the views and sentiments of the North
ern people upon these points is not, less manifest
than their dishonest subserviency. There is not a
schoolboy in the land who does not kuow that it
is neither treasonable nor seditious to oppose or
even resist those acts of the authorities which are
in palpable violation of the laws and the Constitu
tion. The instant the President disregards the
clear provisions of the great charter, by virtue of
which he holds his office, that instant it ceases also
to he binding upon the people. When he steps
beyond the sphere within which his duties and his
prerogatives are by that instrument defined and
limited, he forfeits at that moment all claim to
obedience and respect. Any other proposition
than this is but a reiteration of the doctrine of
abject submission to the established Government.
It is an affirmation of the principles which the most
devoted adherents of the most absolute of the
Bvurbons were wout to avow. It is at war with
the teachings of our fathers, with the spirit of our
institutions, and with the cherished convictions of
the American people.
Maryland has, therefore, the right, if she so
pleases, to rvsist, at any time, and in any manner,
the arbitrary measures of the Administration. If
she thought proper she might, consistently with
the obligations which she assumed n hen she be
came a member of tlie Confederacy, dispute, nt
the sword's point, the passage across her borders
-c.i , .—v..i me rresiueut nas so unlawfully
called into the field. She would, in that event,
be contending against Mr. LINCOLN and bis le
gions; but she would not be in rebellion against
the Government, nor would'her attitude be one of
disloyalty to the Constitution. If Congress, re
fusing to recognize the right of secession, had au
thorized the President to enforce the Federal laws
in every rebellions State; or if, admitting the
right of the States fo secede, it had determined to
enter upon a war for the suhjligation of the Sou'h,
it would then have remained for Maryland to de
cide whether she would support or revolt against
the Government. But in the present case it would
be preposterous to stigmatize any mode of opposi
tion to the Administration which she could adopt
as treasonable, illegal, or improoer. Mr. LINCOLN
is not the Government of the United States; and
in opposing, in all ways and at every hazard, his
unconstitutional proceedings, she would do what
the laws of the land aud the opinion of mankind
would justify, and what every individual in the
North would, six months ago, have said was a
simple duty, if the question we are now consider
ing had tlieu been presented to him. But times have
sadly changed, and though Maryland has, as yet,
only exercised the privilege of free speech in oppo
sition to Mr. LINCOLN'S manifest and outrageous
usurpations, she is denounced for treason to the
Government and disloyalty to the Constitution.
The mendacity and meanness of the Baltimore
American have, we think, reached their culmi
nating point, at last. In lie-practice, at long
range, that journal may now be considered as
having fairly distanced the best performances of
the Sawyer cannon. After its articleof Saturday,
upon "our Police System," v.e should suppose it
might be safely entrusted with the preparation of
facts, for Col. WALLACE'S reports, Gen. BUTLER'S
proclamations, or even Mr. SEWARD'S letters and
despatches.
In the article referred to, the American, a3 a
matter of course, justifies the usurpation consum
mated by Gen. BANKS on Thursday. That, every
body expected it to do, for Gen. BANKS is com
mander-in-chief of a controlling military force,
and the American would burn incense to John
Brown, Nena Sahib or Soulouque, if either of
them were in the same place and had done the
same things. It bullies Col. KANE, as a matter of
course, also, for Col. KANE, being a prisoner, is
fair game; and if Gen. BANKS were a prisoner, the
American would impartially bully him in his
turn. So too it upbraids the Police Commission,
ers for not at once appointing "a loyal citizen" in
the place of the kidnapped Marshal, and thereby
enabling Gen. BANKS to have the benefit of his
usurpation, without any of the responsibility or
inconvenience. At this, no one who knows the
American cau be surprised, either—for it is obvi
ously persuaded that the Board is dually sup
pressed, and it consequently feels itself free to
indulge those instincts, which were illustrated in
its family, by the kicking of a dead lion, as far
back as the days of Esop. If therefore the article
of the American had confined itself to these mere
developments of its own familiar and disreputable
traits, we should have felt it unnecessary to trou
ble our readers with any allusion to its self-degra
' dation.
Nor should we have regarded its paltry
and insincere appeals to the Commission
ers to withdraw their "opposition" to the mili
tary authority, and accept "the terras of compro
mise offered," as needing any particular comment
for the American only asks the Commissioners to
debase and lorswear themselves—as it would it
self delight to do, at a moment's notice, were the
case its own. But when any considerable journal
published in the City of Baltimore—no matter
how undeserving of credit or respect—has the
effrontery to say lo the world, as the American
says in the article referred to, that the Board of
Police, by a partisan administration of its office,
has provoked, or even furnished a colorable
pretext for the outrage of Thursday last,
we feel it incumbent upon us, in vindication of
the common decencies of life, to fix the attention
of the whole community upon the authors of so
shameless and profligate a libel. From the day
On which the police law went into active opera
tion, down to the hour when the Provost Mar
shal Informed the Commissioners of their forcible
■uspension, we defy the American to point out
in its own columns, one single direct impeach
ment of their perfect Integrity and impartiali
ty. If the game were worth the candle, we would
undertake to go over the dreary calendar of the
American't own editorials, and find certificate
after certificate, under its own hand, of the mis
erable falsehood of every insinuation, which it
now makes against the official purity of the Board
and the fidelity of the Commissioners to their
Bworn obligations. We here challenge the Ameri
,u/i to .peufyou.klngl. oflloUW of the Board
to which It will cay that it imputes partisanship.
We challenge it to name one single officer of po.
lice appointed or removed because of bis political
opinions We challenge it to prove one act of
"disloyalty" to the Slate or the nation, with
which it is prepared to assert complicity on the
part of the Board or any one of its members. We
defy it to name one solitary case in which the
duties of theßoatd,or those of the whole force,
have not been discharged with the most rigid
impartiality, between all parties and the members
of all parties. If the American will stake its
reputation for veracity upon any one fact, or any
series of enumerated fuels, by which it is prepared
to maintain its assertions that the Board of Fo
lice have been "wrong from the outset in not
religiously guarding a nobly devised system from
partisan uses," and that the members of the
Board have manifested "the determination to make
it a political machine," we will pledge ourselves
to demonstrate, that what may he so set up as fact
is either wholly and knowingly untrue, or wilfully
misrepresented or perverted. If ever there was a
wholesale falsehood deliberately and systematically
concocted and published, in the facs of a commu
nity every man of which can testify to the contra
ry, the article of the American is, par excellence
that tiling. If ever a beneficent law was adminis
tered, fairly and nohlv, by day and by night, in
public and private places, on election-days and a [
all other times, without respect to persons or opin
ion, it is the police law of 1860, now set aside.
If ever a community was bound, in simple justice,
to acknowledge the manly and unswerving integ
rity of public servants, that acknowledgment is
due to the upright and honorable gentlemen whom
the venality of the American is now striving to
injure and traduce. Never did auy people sleep
in peace and confidence more thorough than have
blessed our citizens from the moment that the Po
lice Board and its officers took the place of the
ruffians whom the American and its confederates
have sat to rule over us ouce more. In the midst
of all the excitements of our present national
troubles, rich and poor alike have thanked God,
that at least our domestic tranquility would lie
secure, so long as our constituted authorities were
permitled to maintain their functions and uphold
and control their organized and admirable force.
This confidence and this cause for thankfulness
have ended, for the time, witli the b< neficeut system
which has been illegally withdrawn from us; but
that the purity and impartiality of the Commis
sioners, so long as they were permitted to dis
charge their functions, are fully and generously
appreciated by- our people, no man can doubt, who
keeps reputalde company. When the American,
in its editoiial of April 20th, called aloud upon
the people to rally around the authorities, upon
the ground that they were doing "their whole
duty," it either falsified iis convictions, or appre
ciated their motives and services as we do now.
When it summoned us all, upon the same occasion
to shoulder the ideutical arms which were discover
ed at the Cily Hall on Friday iast, and to march
outside the city to meet the invading forces of the
Government, it was either false or craven, or it
did not think, as now, that the possession of those
arms was "disloyalty," or that the brave Marshal of
Police was other than "a loyal citizen." The
truth has not become a falsehood in the mean
time, because the American desires to prostitute
itself, nor have the citizens of Baltimore lost their
sense of justice aud self-respect, because the Ameri
can unhappily does not know what such things
mean.
So far as we can learn, there is no division
of opinion, among those whose opinion is worth
having, in regard to the dignity and propriety of
(he refusal of the Board to debase themselves and
the State of Maryland, whoso officers they are, by
unlawfully making terms with flagrant usurpation.
When the Government of the United States shall
ceaso to trample on the law, it will resume its
reign, and bless us as before. Until then, the
responsibility for the consequences of its over
throw must rest upon those who are guilty of the
outrage, and upou the base conspirators who in
vited it, and the corrupt partisans who hail and
defend its perpetration.
The New York Tribune of Friday published, with
a great flourish of trumpets, a despatch from Was! -
ington announcing that the Hon. JOHN M. BOTTS
had reached the latter city in disguise and had
made some astounding revelations iu regard to Ihe
weakness of the Southern army and the hopeless
ness of the Southern cause. Having some experi
ence of the shallow and shameless trickery to
which the Tribune, constantly resorts to keep up
the war fever in the North, we did not deem it
necessary to notice this last absurd and menda
cious sensation despatch. We knew perfectly wel
that it IVHS entitled to the came amount of credit
as the Tribune's statements about the loss of lile
at Fort Sumter, and the atrocities of the ''seces
sion mob" in Baltimore. The following para
graphs contain the substance of this fictitious nar
rative of Mr. BOTTS' adventures and of the pre
cious information be was said to have brought
from Richmond:
"We have received from the Hon. John Minor Botts a
tetter dated Washington city, June 2s, 1861. which he
opens by saying: 'You will be surprised to bear from me.
and especially from this place. It was with great danger
I reached here, and only under cover of a disguise.' That
so distinguished a citizen of Virginia could only thus
reacti the capital of bis country, pains even more than it
surprises us, The fact is one of those striking comments
upon the character of the Southern insurrection which do
not need to be enlarged upon.'
But the context of Mr. Botts' letter is even more sur
prising than the circumstances under which it is written.
He is in Washington as a member of Congress; and is
there, we presume, to take his seat in the House on the
4th of July next. This important fact has been sup
pressed by the Richmond papers, but we have the author
ity of Mr. Botts himself for the statement in these pre
cise terms: *1 announced myself as a candidate for the
Richmond District, and received 173 voles, which, there
being IIQ opposition, elects me.'
"Air. BOTTS," says the Tribune , "farther reports
"that Gene Pal BEAUREGARD has sent a circular
"to the Governors of all the Southern States, in
"which he makes the following piteous appeal:"
u Jf the. Cotton States do not raise and equip 100.000 men
in six weeks, WE ARE RUINED."', while he reils his corres
pondents that "our traps in this State [ Virginia J. to a
great ex lent, are busy in suppressing insurrections among
the blacks. They are breaking out in every direction. But
for this, your desire to see Washington in ruins would long
since have been gratified "
Such is the language of the Rebel general, as reported
by a witness whose word is as indisputable as that of Mr.
Botts; and from this language we can judge what is the
desperation of the cause he represents.
On Saturday morning the Tribune, finding that
it had perhaps overdone the sensation business a
little, admitted, in- a brief paragraph, that the
whole story was unfounded. It said, byway of
explanation, that it had been deceived by the sim
ilarity of the handwriting of the letter in question
to that of Mr. BOTTS. We refer to the affair now
merely because we are satisfied that it is but
another illustration of the unscrupulous and dis
reputable manner in which that incendiary journal
is conducted. Nobody who is conversant with
the. course of the Tribune will for a moment believe
that there was any mistake whatever about the
matter. On the contrary, it is evident that- the
report was manufactured for the occasion, and
that the Tribune knew it was an untruth when it
published it. It was invented to produce some
such effect as it doubtless.has done, in the rural
districts of New York, and of the Western and
New England States, and the Tribune felt perfect
ly sure that not three persons out of every ten
who read the report would ever hear of the con
tradiction. The enormity of the falsehood and
. the effrontery with which it was put in circulation
are eminently characteristic of the concern from
which it emanated.
The Arms.
There was a slight omission in our issue of Sat
urday last, in regard to the arms seized by Col-
KENLV at the Marshal's office. We should have
added that in addition to those which were the
property of the city, there were some arms which
had been deposited there for safe keepiug, and
others which had been taken by the poiice out of
the hands of improper persons, who had come by
' them unlawfully.
TIIE OATH.
We published some days past a copy of the oath
now required to be taken by all officers oi'the navv.
A few days since a copy of the old oath appeared
in the files of the National Intelligencer. It will be
recollected that the words, "that Itoill support the
Constitution of the United States," are entirely
omitted in the new form. In other respects it is
substantially the same, with the exception of the
interpolation of the words "without any mental re
servation."
Form of oath administered to all persons receiv
ing appointments in the navy, now known as the
old oath :
, OATH.
'7~r ; , appointed a in the na
tr," „ United States, do solemnly swear to bear
and to t0 the United States of America,
a'l their oneßt 'y an< * faithfully against
observe the* onf™
the United States of Pr H eß D f °
officers appointed ove™m e ° 'lnri n
oonform myself to the rules' and ui L°
now are or hereafter may b? T bi . C J 1
articles of war which may be enacted |J. n™
for the better government of the navy of the nkiT'a
States; and that I will support the Constitution nf
the United States. ouon of
Sworn to and subscribed before me, ,
at , this day of , 18—. '
Justice of the Peace;
DISTRESS IN PIULADBLPHIA. —A meeting ofuuem
ployed citizens was held in Philadelphia on the
2(!tb inst., at which a petition to the Common
Council was adopted, asking that body to adopt
Borne measures by which those out of employment
inigbt obtain work. Tine o! the speakers stated
that there were men in the city who had not tasted
meat, for months; men who have not had two meals
a day tor months; others who have lived on ons
meal a day; and the speaker pretended to haye
known one man who actually died from starvation.
' """ "' ' U.WW.
Fbumvlvanu Taoova at Mou, Olaub.— Tbia I
encampment— l mean Mount Clare—is on.- of the
finest, and most convenient for all the oeeess&rio* 1
of ft ci HIP) I have ever soon; water, shade, and
everything needful-for the soldier can here be
found. 1 visited Mount Clare several days ago,
and speak with some knowledge. The Brooklyn
regiment, encamed at this place, comprise thirteen
hundred men; well uniformed and equipned, and
the soldiers of the Old Keystone may well be called
the "ragged militia," when compared to these
well-dressed and comfortable-looking men. It is
an actual tact, that the Pennsylvania troops bow
their heads with shame when they see the troops
ot other States, and it is no wonder that they
should do so, lor a more dilapidated and ragged
looking set of devils never could be sent into the
service.— Cor. Phil. Preen.
MB. MORRILL AND BIS TARIFF.— Mr. Morrill, fath
er of the pre-ent tariff, dropped in at the Custom
House on Friday, on his way to Washington, to
learn how his clumsy bantlingwas getting along,and
found that the clerks have no end of trouble with
the intractibie young monster. A statement of the
numerous practical delects of the tariff is to be
prepared by the Custon House experts, and sent to
Mr. Morrill at Washington lor his instruction and
entertainment —.V. }'. Journal of Commerce.
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DANSKIN & CO,, '
64 FAYETTE ST., NEAR CALVERT
MAKE
sirim
TO
ORDEK,
AND KEEP A FULL ASSORTMENT READY MADE
GENTLEMEN WHO WANT A REALLY GOOD
SHIRT,
WILL FIND IT AT THIS ESTABLISHMENT.
ALSO,
GETLEHEH'S FUHNI3SING GOCDB
IN GREAT VARIETY.
DANSKIN & CO.,
mhll-tf 64 FAYETTE STREET
REMOVAL.
WILLIAM F. OWENS'
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE
AND .
SHIRT MANUFACTORY,
owinsc to the present condition of affairs, lias heen mpyed
UP STAIRS* over No. 205 BALTIMORE BTREBT, first
floor, w re roy assortn>ent of Goods will be complete and
attractive, and my
SHIRT DEPARTMENT
as EFFICIENT as heretofore, and owing t) reduction in
my expenses, 1 have reduced the price ot my best qua'ity
ordered Shirts fiom thirty dollars to twenty-four dollars a
dosen. W F.OWENS,
je2o*tfr UP STAIRS, 205 BALTIMORE ST.
MARINE
AND FIRE INSURANCE POLICIES
ISSUED IN
if york mm mnmi
OR IN
VIIIII HOT COMPANIES.
AS APPLICANTS MAY PREFER,
AT
JOHNSTON'S
INSURANCE ROOMS,
73 and 75 Second street.
NEW YORK INSURANCE COMPANIES.
LORILLARD INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, Assets....ssßo,olo
PHEMIX " " " " '• .... 307,000
RESOLUTE " " " ' " .... 200.000
MONTADK " " " " .... 200,000
VIRGINIA INSURANCE COMPANIES..
INSI'ANCK CO. OF THE STATE OF VA $380,000
LYNCHBURG 11. and F. " 330,000
A LB EH A RI.E •' 200,000
JAMES RIVER " 157,000
JEFFERSON " " 150,000
POLICIES ISSUED UPON
APPROVED MARINE AND FIRE RISKS
WITHOUT
THE DEI.AI Uf CONSULTING THE HOME OFFICES,
THOS. D. JOHNSTON,
DULY A UTHOHIZED AGENT.
Baltimore, May 25, 1861. m2"th-eotf
BALTIMORE
C <3 JLYZ .A. 3SST Y > JS
COaIJL.
REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Canal communication having resumed, we are enabled to
REDUCED THE PRICE of the
BALTIMORE COMPANY'S COAL
£0 $5 PER TON OF 2,240 LBS.
R. W. TYSON, Sole Agent,
53 Second street
ESTABLISHED IN 1837.
TO CASH PURCHASERS.
BRANDIES, GIN, WINES, &c.
Of all brands and vintages, in Custom-Honse Stores.
IN STORE,*
A large stock of STRICTLY PURE OLD RYE WHIS
KIES from distillers of high reputation. *
The undersigned respecilully invites examination of his
stock, which he offers at very low prices for cash, in quanti- I
t es to suit buyers. THOS. THOMPSON,
jell 3m 29 South Gay street.
TO CASH PURCHASERS.
230 CASKS SCOTCH AND ENGLISH ALES.
Younger's A Tennaats, Strong and Marzctti & SODS East
India PALE ALES. Single cask at $1.60 per dozen. Five
casks and over at $1.60 per dozen. The .- are of direct
importation, of superior qualities and in fi iec< ndition.
For sale by THOS. THOMPSON,
Commission Merchant,
jel!-3ra 29 South Gay street.
NUTRITIVE CREAM FOR THE HAlß. —This prepa
ration will render the hair soft and glossy and prevent its
falling off. Composed as it is of the purest materials, it
can be used with perfect Bafety and answers all the purpo
ses of Pomade and Oils, without producing that greasin.ss
so common to many hair preparations. Prepared only by
N. HYNSON JENNINGA 4 CO.,
Pharmaceutists,
mh26-tfr 88 North Charles street.
WOOD ! WOOD IJ W OOO !1 t
Savs 2J ra CSNT. by buying your Wosd at ciSceof City
Steam Fire Wood Mill,
No. 3 Noavasvasat.
JAMES H. JOHNSON
DR. A. A. BLANDY,
SUCCESSOR TO DR 0. A HARRIS,
oSO-tfir 51 NORTH Ouiaica grass?
D. 21. STILTZ.
GALLERY OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
58 CHARLES STREET,
jall-tf OPPOSITE ST. PAUL'S CHUBCH,
NEW GOODS.
GABRIEL D. CLARK,
Hs for sale v riptionof fine WATCHIS, JXWSLRT,
SILVSB AND PLATID WARS at his store, corner of Calvert
and Wata: stre *■ d2O-tf
CASH
S "ST Si n? 3EZ .
A DISCOUNT
ALLOWED
ON ORDERS FOR COAL
J PAID FOR ,AT THE TIME THE ORDER IS LEFT
J. EEEBY GIESE & CO.,
OFFICE KO. 9 SOUTH STREET.
t&~ THE SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD FOR SALE AS
USUAL. dB-tf
PATENT
SHOULDEB SEAM
SHIRTS!
SHIRTS I
BHIRTSI
PERFECT FIT WARRANTED OR NO SALE.
Unequalled by any.
NEW BTYLEB OF FRENCH BOSOMS?
EMBROIDERED BOSOM SHIRTB.
FINE LINEN AND MUSLIN SHIRTS
MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
COLLARS, TIES, STOCKS
GLOVESf AND HALF-HOSE.
SHIRTS HANDKERCHIEFS
W. P. TOWLEB 4 BRO.,
PATENT SHOULDER-SEAM SHIRT MANUFACTORY,
145 Baltimore • treat.
Under Carroll Hall
SOLE AGENTB FOR JNO. CLARK, Jr., * nD'EVA !
CHINK COTTON, AUo, * i
PATENT FLOOR SKATES. nlHf >'
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, JULY i, 1861.
SfiWPIiRIOM OP AfeT.
a A *4 c:i FXYKK in *i:es aiuction to tne very extensive !
%efnrlment of Look log-Glasses now in ttre suitable for f
ts fc'y position nod of all sr.-m.
Mantel Mirror*, Pier nnd Wall do.* oval and gqu-jre
Cornices, Tables, Brack ts Co.iiols, he., t unequalled
prices.
The latest English and standard French Kngraviugs al
ways in stock.
Particular and undivided attention is given to the depart !
mentof riOTCJRE FRAMES. Also, frames for Miniature? i
Photographs, Portraits. Ac.
FRYER'S Galleries, |
Vo. 'ti South Calvert atteet I
: MERRILL'S BREECH-LOADING RIFLE. :
MERRILL, THOMAS h CO.. 7
7 mh2S-tf 239 BALTIMORE STREET. 7
J CRICKET AND BASS BALL :
• IMPLEMENTS. J .
7 . MERRILL, THOMAS & CO. 7
j mh2s-tf 239 Baltimore street. 7
FISHING TACKLE.
\ MERRILL, THOM VS & CO., 7

ROOFING ! ROOFING 11 ROOFING !11
ECONOMY, DURABILITY AND SECURITY
WARREN'S
FIRE AND WATER PROOF
FELT AND COMPOSITION HOOFING
Unrivalled by anything yet discovered for Roofing purposes
PEBPBOTLT FIBE PEOOE,
PEBFECTLY WATES PBOOP
UNEQIfALLEB ron ECONOMY,
. UNRIVALLED FOB DURABILITY,
ADAPTED TO EVEP.Y CLIMATE
For farther information address or call on
JAB. H JOHNSON,
No 2 Jarvli Building, cor. North and Baltimore sts„
Jy26-tf Baltimore
YEDDO TEA — A delightful article, part of the
FIRST IMPORTATION FROM JAPAN, just received and
for sale by GREEN A YOB,
o'U-tf s W Baltimore street
IMPORTANT TO HOOAEKEKPSKB.
Tc know that they can save Ejoney by purchasing WocJ
already Sawed and Spill, at office-ofCity Steam Fira Wood
Mill, 1
No. JNOEYI: STBBST
• 10-tf JAMES H. JOHNSON
REMOVAL OF
WHEELER & WILSON'S
SEWING MACHINES.
AT REDUCED TBIOII,
with
Glass Cloth-Presser,
Improved Loop-Check
new style
Heininer, Binder, Cordcr, Ac.
Office No. 214 West Baltimore street,
next door to Cortlan A Co,
pB-" w. MERRILL, Agent.
ISRAEL & CO.
IVORYTYPE3.
tVATKR-COLORED
AND
MEZZOTINT
PHOTOGRAPHS
"u!4-tf 125 BALTIMOBE STKEET 1
INTERESTING TO PCRCHASERS or Fisa WATCHES.
William Dixon's, London, and Jules Jurgensen'e, Copos
hac.'n WATCHES; Eugene Breguet's NICKEL WATCH
CLARK'S BALTIMORE WATCHES, the best Time-Keep
em, for sale by GABRIEL D. CLARK, corner of Calver
and Water streets. Importer of Fine Watches, Jewelry.Gold
Chains. Silver and Piated-Ware ..ecoultre'g Swiss Ka
and Strops, Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles, tosui
ages. New goods now in store. Purchasurswill pleaseca
Notice—Store CORNER CALVERT AND WATER STB
&a'>timore BnH-t
KINDLING WOOD! KINDLING WOOD ! !
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD OF ANY SIZE,
At Office of City Steam Fire Wood Mill,
NO. 3 NOBTU BTBBXT.
•W'" JAS. H. JOHNSON
I'ARKKR BROTHERS' LONDON CLL'3' SACOS —'i'fcia
celebrated Sauce ia last superseding all others. From the
richness and delicacy of its flavor, it has attained a popu
lariiy almost as great in this country as in Europe. For
sale by ail first class grocers and by their agcHs,
GREEN & YOE, importers,
osl-tt 83 West llp.ltimor street.
ECONOMY 1 ECONOMY I!
A DOLLAR SAVED IS TWO IfIOLLARS MADE.
This can be done by purchasing Wood already Sawed an
•Split, at Office of Cit7 Steam Fire Wood Mill,
No. S NORTH STRSET.
aIC-tf JAMES H. JOHNSON
LADD, W&B3TKB H CO. B
TICHT-STSTCH
SEWING MACHINES
FOR FAMILIES AND MANUFACTURERS'.
No 131 BALTINOBI STE3BT,
Between Calvert and South atreete.
C C 3 XJ ■
HART AND McGOWAN
INVITE
4T.T, f!4<SIT RTTVYT?<S
to purchase Cord
FROM THEM;
thev deal in
NONE BUT THE VERY BEST QUALITIES,
and have the best
COOKING COAL
for summer use in the city.
In the present state of affairs better purchase early and
AVOID THE RISK OF A SHORT SUPPLV.
jyl-8,15-3t* YARD, corner Piddle and Cathedral sts.
TRUSTEE'S SALR.
Willi Hi' virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of B-Ui
<6*i&>more city, the undersigned, Trustee, will offer at
pubric 'ale, at the Exchange Sale.r,,r.ins. on Second street,
m this city, on TUESDAY, the 23d July, isiil, a I o'clock
ALL THAT GROUND AND IMPROVEMENTS fronting
20 feel or the the east side of North Cha-ics reet. with a
depih o! 100 feet to a t!ir e feet alley; whi h Lot is 150 feet
north from iladison street ani is improved by a large and
new three story BRICK DWELLING with b-sement, &c .
and is subject to an annual ground rent of three hundred
dollars, parable in equal instalments on the lirst of March
and September in every year.
For title, see mortgage from W. n. Kedgraveg to Samuel
Black, dated Tth December, Liber G. E. S, So 181
toll ■ 373, Ac.
Terms of sale —One third cash, and the balance in six
and twelve months with interest and security
T. PARKIN SCOTT, Trustee.
SAMUEL H. GOVER,
jy l-2awts H Auctioneer.
MR. CHARLES DELIIJS becomes a PART
NER of our house from this day.
„ , . T H. f. ALBERTI & CO.
Baltimore, July I, ISfil. jylCt*
THE UNDERSIGNED, surviving partner of
the firm of DKLIUS k HALVEN, will liquidale the
business of hi, late firm at the store of H. K. Alb-rti k Co
jyl-61* CHARLES DEMUR.
M NOTICE
It. J AMES W. SWEET withdraws from our Copart
nership thi3 day by mutual agieement.
_ , . , EATON BROTHERS k CO.
Baltimore, July Ist. ISP- jrf-i e
IN THE MATTER UK THE MuRTUAUhD
ESTATE OF MICHAEL HURLEY and wife w EMU Y
MORF A COUNTY N thk CIKCL ' I! ' COUKT fok BALTI-
To the Hon. JOHN FBICE, Judge of sai Court.
The rero.-t of Ju-eph J. Early, attorney in fact of said
mortgagee, by power of attoney by her duly ex-cuted, a
true copy of which is filed with the papers in the above
muter respectfully reports, that having given bond as re
quired by the Act Of Assembly, passed at December session,
1526, ch. 192. and having in all other respects complit d with
the requisitions of said act and of the P. G. L., article 61,
he did, in pursuance thereof, advertise for public sale in
the newspaper (Baltimore County Advocate; published at
Towsontown, in said county, for upwards of t'iree weeks
before the day of sale, all those pieces or parcels of ground
situ ,te and lying in Baltimore county, described in the
deed of mortgage filed among the pa: era in thi cause,
from said Michael Huley and wife to the said Emilv Mac
tavish, bearing date on toe 16th d*v of Septeraoer. ISSB, and
recorded in Liber G. H. C., No. 10. folio. 453, &c . in t e
mortgage records of Baltimore county aforesaid, thut the
advertisement aforesaid stated the time, place, m inner and
teim* of said sal**; that in pursuance o f said advertisement
he d.d on the I'lih day of May, 1861, offer at public sate, at
the dojr of the Couit-il< U9e, in Towsontown. in said coun
ty, the said lots or parcels -;f ground and premises above
re .erred to; that said Emily Msctavish per her at t rnev,
being the highest binder therefor became the purchaser
thereof, free from incumbrances, for the sum of six huodred
dollars, cash: and that the said sale was fair and bona fide.
All of which is respectiuily submitted.
JOS. I. EARLY,
Attorney for Emily Mactaviah.
STATE OP MARYLAND, Baltimore city, to wit :
On this tenth dav o'June, in the yen I*6l, before the
subscriber, a Justice of the Peace of the State or Maryland,
in and f r said city, personally appeared Jos. I. Early, the
a torney : aruod in the above report, and m ide oatn that
the matter and things stated in the foregoin ? report are
true aa stated, to the best of his knowledge and belief
WM. 11. BAYZAND.
STATE OP MARYLAND, Baltimore city, set:
I hereby certify that William H. Bayzand, Esq., before
whom the. annexed affidavit was made, an . who has thereto
Rubsoribt-d his name, was at the time of so d ung a Justice
cf the Peac of the State of Maryland, in and ior the city of
Baltunore, duly commissioned and sworn,
r In testimony whereof I hereto set my hand and
< siEAL. > affix the seal of the Superior Out oi'Baltimore
1 *city, this tenth day of June, A. I) 1861.
GEO. E. SANGSTON,
m the Su P ri ' )r Court.
True copy—Test: GEO. H. CARMAN,
jyl-law3w Clerk.
ZF) BOXES SHILLITO'S OLEINE SOAP,
ZJvJ just received and for sale by
A. L. WEBB A BRO.,
11 corner Pratt and Commerce Pta.
BEEF, PORK AND BACON;
Mess and £o 1 Beef, Mess and Prime Pork and Shoul
ders, Sides and Bams, Bacon, in store and for sale by
A. L. WEBB A BRO .
It corner of Pratt and Commerce Bts.
BBLS. MESS PORK just received, for sale
tJKJ by A. L, WEBB & BRO.,
It corner Pratt and Commerce ts.
FOR SALE.—A Cuban PONY, band-
3omely shaped and easy gaited; in pe-fect condi
tion and without tri ks. To he seeD at KEARNEY'S
STABI.RS.Cen're trwt. jeft-tf
NOTICE. —Neither the Captain nor the Con
signees of the Bremen hark ANNA, H. Kaschen, mas
ter, will be tesponsible :or any debt, contracted by tr.e c-ew
of said bark. j e 27 2w
NOTICE —Neither the Captain nor the Con
signees of the Bremen ship .JOHANN SMIDT, H.
Schmit, master, will be responsible for any dents
tract'd by the crew of said venae]. je27 3w
ANTED—An EXPRESS WAGON with
cover, strong but light, in exchange for a very sub
stantial Spring Pray, or will buy if offered at reasonable
price. Apply at 38 SOUTH STREET. jeß-tf
REMOVAL.
ROOEWALP 4 SINDALL HAVE REMOVED from
29 Cheapside, to NO. 66 EXCHANGE PLACE, third house
east of South street. aplt-tf
CASHMARKTS. ~
Twenty cases BLACKS, DRABS, BROWN and PAN
OY MIXTURES of th best makes, just received and for
sale by PRICK, PHILLIPS 4 CO.
A" *' South rn,,.i . .ti.it
rpiDß TABLES
TOR THB UNITED STATES,
FOB 1880,
Nowlaadylfor gratuitousdtatribu^oyoshtr^casters,Jcc
feU-tf 1" ff " t Prstt i!|
T UMBER VERY CHEAP FOR CASH— We
Lj invite the attention of purchasers to cur large stock
of LUMBER, consisting of Shingles, Laths and all descrip
tions of Building Lumber, which we offer for sale at the
lowest market prices, for CASH. Call at 132 Light street
wharf, or corner of Butaw and German streets.
mbiS-tf BURNS * SLOAN.
RKAT BARGAINS at CANFIELD, BRO.~i
CO.'S, 229 BALTIMORE STREET—Watches IJia
monds, Pearls, Silver Ware, Jewelry, Clocks, Bronses
can®. Albata Ware. Cutlery, Work Bo xe®,; Writing De®k®
%/. rfn' l i97.tfr
I FAMILY HAMS.
1 We have now a supply of our celebrated "Excelsior"
brands Sugar-cured Family HAMS, which for richness of
flavor and delicacy of cure, cannot be excelled. To the
above chcic. article we Invite gro
mhi-tfr 881 Baltimore etreet
SJJTFKT EOLITH,
CHESAPEAKE BANK, BALTIMORE. JUD" 29th,
h*' l .—The iTj'if'HfSl, Dire to. 5 i, ave d clared a
Dividend of IHKkh PER CENT, for the sjJt , narith ..
payable on and after MoNDAY, the g.h July. City and
State taxes paid by the bank.
H. CHAMBERLAINE. .Tr„
8 Cashier.
BANK OF BALTIMORE, 28thJunjj, iß6i
The 1 res_denl_ a Aid Direct >rs have this day declared a
Dividend of THKEL-ANO A HALF PER "NT. for the
la,t MX months, payable on and after TUK3DA V n*t, the
m ,PL OX, S"' P. GIBSON,
'' Cajhiir.
T7IRANKLIN BANK, 28TH JUNE, 1861. —The
1-1 I Kl' r F S pF e R oTnt" rofn,? have .declared a Dividend of
I#. - MTiLIAJ OA 1 V lst s,x m nths, payable on
an. 1 after AiO.N 1)A t , Bch July. Sttte tax** paid by the
B ? I i- r „ J. M. BOCK.
_Jj_ . Cashier.,
MERCHANTS' BANK, BALTIMORE, Jane 28th,
|S , I TT'l'Pi r r i"vn n n t ,1 n<l "i'tctor.a IIHV declared a
o.vi lend of POUR .% D A-II VI,F PER CENT, payable ou
and sf r er the sth proximo.
The City ana St ite taxes are paid by the hank.
_ jeasof D. SPKIGG, rasbjee.
EALTIM" BE MARINE INSURANCE COM
PANY, CORN ER SOUTH ANI) WATER STREETS.
HI ltimo- E, 27th June, 1861 —The Board of Directors of this
Company have de.-tare i a sem -annual interest dividend lo
m. , L l ßt.!S n iv'in.! h capital, at the rate ,f SIX PER
i r tmvn J y Pa i J : f , at the office of the Company
On and after MONDAY, July Bth I-0!
. , WM. L. MONTAGUE, Jr.,
jet9-fu.Th sa.Mott Vice P,>-ider,t.
CITY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, BALTIMORE,
Jane 28th, 1861.—NOTICE.—All persons wishing to
avail themselves of the pres nt rate of disc unt, allowed
for the prompt payment of state and Citv Taxes, will come
forward on r before HONDA V, the Ist day of July, other
wise they will he deprived of the same.
Parties assessed for t e opening o. widenir g of FAYETTE
STREET, betwe n Calvert and Ilolliday, are es,-edally
notified that t will lie my imp rative duty, under the < rdi
nar.ces of tne May r and City Council, to close said accounts
by advertising for Fale the property responsible, on and
alter Tuesday, July 16th, 1861.
NOTE.—The tax hills for the year 1861 are read for delire
rv, and m i.y bo hail at the counter between the hours of 9
A. M. and 6P. M. JOHN J. CRAVES,
je29-2t City Collector.
SILVER HILL MINING COMPANY.
THE FOURTH INS ALMF.NT OF ASSESSMENT,
FIVE CENTS PUB SUE RE.
On the Capital Stockof toe SILVER HILL VIN INC COM
PAN Yis r Quired to h Paid at 'he Office of the I ompanv,
Vo 4 >EC"\ D STREET, Baltimore, ono p before FKID aY.
sth July, 1861
rhis being the la- t instalment, the failure to p-y on or
before the day named, and also *ny previous instilments
remaining oren, will rtnder the forfeiture of such stuck
absolute. By order,
JOSEPH LOUGH, Secretary.
Saitimrre, June 30'h, 1861. je29 t.l.v
U'MON BANK OF MARYLAND, lune 27,
1861. - A dividend has been this day declared of
THREE AND A HALF PER CENT, for the last six mon.'hs,
on the capital tock of this Bank, payable on Monday, the
Blh of July. The State Tax paid by the Bank.
je2B )2t K- MICK I.E, Cashier.
IJNAKMKRS A NU PLANIEKS' BANK, BAI.TI
. YORE, June 27, 1861—The Pres-d tt and Direct,is
have declared a oivide.nd of F'oilß PER CEVT. on the
ca- it-,1 stock, for the last six months, payable on and after
the 9ih July, ira.isfer books clo-ed until iheist July.
J-ißeoßt T. B. RUT I Fit, Cashier.
ASSOCIATED FIRUMEN'S OFFIUK, June
T3.19,1841.—'The President and Directors of the Atsoci
uL-d Firemen'-; Insurance Company have this day d- dared
a DIVIDEND OF SIX AND a QUARTER PERCENT, for
the past six months, payable on and after July 3J, next.
B> order, JOHN DUKEHART,
,ie2l-tJ3 Secretary.
LWK EME N' S INS URA N0 E (L> FFIC CJ u nelo^
JL 1861.—The President and iiirectors of Die Firemen's
Insurance Company of BalUm-rc have this dav declared a
DIVIDEND OF FIVE DOLLARS Pliß SHARK for the
last six m nths, ending 30;h inst., payable on and after
Friday, sth July, 1851. By order,
FRANCIS J. McGINNTS,
;e2l-t.TS PJtR Secretary.
BUDIsn.L GOLdTMINING COMPANY.— The
•■nnu*! mooting of thq Shareholder!* of th-s Company,
for an ekvtUm of officers to serve for tiie ensuing y ar.
will lie held on VJON AY, Bth of July, between the lioura
of 12 and 2 o'clock P. M., at the office of trie Springfield
Min ng i ompnnv, second street.
The Transfer Books will b* closed from the 4th till Bth
proximo inclusive. Bv order.
Je2H-t8 HARRY FISHER. SecVv.
GROVEB
& BAKER'S
cbleisrat d
NOISELESS
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
OFFICE,
npSH-eot'r J6l BALTIMORE STREET.
CHAMPAGNE.
J ' K gloninger & co -'
'p£~: No. 7 NOBTH CfIARLES aTEEET,
t '"7' Jr Bavin;; been appointed Agents for the
ab -ve brand of
T3y'. ;fr_&
CHAMPAGNE WINE,
offir it for sale, relying upon its merits to establish here the
reputation it has already acquired in our Southern cities.
Besides obtaining a first-class Medal at the French Exhi
bition of 1855 Mr. Farre has been appointed Purveyor to
the Courts o' Spain and Prussia ap4-eo6m
J) R YIJ E N'S
EALTiMUSE
MANUFACTURED
PREMIUM
"VJHAST POWDERS,
5! AX UP AC i UK ED BY
kenna'rd <fi CO.,
NO. 3 NORTH CALVERT STREET,
OPPOSITE BABNUM'S HOTBL
■yiTiis Powder has taken the premium over all othe
Yeast Powders at all State Fair 3, South of the Mason and
Dixon's Line. mhll-eor
JKLLY TUMBLERS AND JARS.
PATENT FRUIT JARS
or vv.mus patbetUA MAskttccrr.n.-.
OR THE TRADE,
AT LOW PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
. „ WM. SHIRLEY,
• p ' 9-erttfr *> Snntli Calvwrt Ktr*pf.
I ECONOMY! EOONOii Y ! !
TO GAS CONSUMERS.
ANOTHER ADDITION TO HOME COMFORT.
Ihe MINI A-TURfIJ GvS COOK SToVE, froui one ga
nn „ x.• burner furnishes sufficient heat to
BOIL WATER, EGGS, TEA, < r COOK a DISH of MEAT
, STEW OYSTERS, HEAT FLAT IRONS, &c
It i 3 adapted to any gas burner, and cannot get out of
order For sale at the low price of $1 each
Housekeepers will find great economy in purchasing this
little article, as the fire in the Cooking Stove can be put
out after dinner, and Tea prepared by the Gas Stove at
scarcely any expense, thereby saving the Tuel for nearly
half the.day* and causing the dweil.mrto be considerably
cooler. CORTL N & CO.,
Hnusefumisher-s. No*. 216 and 2is Bat. St.,
ji'26-tf Patentee's A gents f r the S;.ate of Maryland.
STOCKS, STOCKS.
VIRGINIA.
TENNESSEE,
NORTH CAROLINA,
MISSOURI,
ANI) ALL OTHER BTATE, CITY AND RAILROAD
STOCKS AND BONDS, DAILY BOUGHT AND SOLD
IN THE NEW YORK MARKET, by
MARTIN LEWIS,
mll-tf 44 Second street.
POWDER AGENCY.
SPORTING,
BLASTING.!
ANI) SHIPPING POWDER,
for sale at Manufacturer's prices, by the Agents
A. L. WEBB A BRO.,
85-tfr corner Pratt Commerce streets.
GAS FIXTURES!
NEW STYLES 1!
NEW STOCK!!!
CORTLAN & CO.,
IV OS. 216, 218 BALTIMORE'.STREET,
Have now on hand one of the handsomest collections of
GAS CHANDELIERS
to be found in this conn'ry, every grade: Four-Light Chan
deliers complete with Shades at! $lO, to Ten-Light Chand
tiers at $230 each.
Very beautiful Library, Hal! and Dining Room
, CHANDELIERS.
Parlor, Drawing-Room and Cha ber
BRACKETS.
READING LAMPS,
DROP LIGHTS,
FIRSPROOP SHADES
GAS TORCHES
WAX TAPERS ANl> R ' CYS "
AND HOLDERS, he., he.
Any of which will be sold upon as good terms a the*' m
goods can be bought in any of the Eastern markets.
CORTLAN k CO.,
Importers and Dealers in Gas Fixtures,
French and English China
and House-Furnishing Goods
n2l-tftr of every description,
u s. GOVERNMENT LINE
TO
FORT MONROE AND OLD POINT COMFORT,
Leaves th 1 wer end r.f UNION DOCK, West side, daily,
tSum.ays Included.) at 4% o'clock P. M., taking Passengers
arid r night, and connecting wi h the Railroad Lines to
and -rom Washington, D. C., Philadelphia, New York,
B(^ r i; * {,r t> H -rnsiuirg, Pittsburc, p a , and the West.
Round trip TICKETS at reduced fare-.
From Baltimore to Fort Moore e ami hack $6.
. HUGH O'CONNER,
Je?-" Pasa-ng r Agent.
C. GUIS,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Corner of Howard and Fayette streets
Under Howard Bank.
JFiK? ntf rS2.!S HBJor oaent of CLOTHS, CAB3I
FR-.. ana VESTINGB of the latest styles and patterns.
,s r *r-wtfnlly ■nlieited nW-tf
|3 EMOVAL— ~ "
A E. J- RICHARDSON & SONS
Have removed to
THE OI.P FRANKLIN BANK BUILDING,
Three doors above their former location,
Jf - A 1w North street, above Baltimore street.
\/i ODNT VERNON COM PAN Y
AYX OFFICE, NO 94 LOMBARD SIREET.
COTTON CANVAS.
.pvTl?*'' 5 DDCX ' SEINE 5 *'ND SEWING TWIN I >
MURDOCH TBOS. W. KICHAK '
\jjitc Lmd dt Murdoch )
. & RICHARDS,
ARCHITECTS AND SUPERINTENDENTS
OT'TF 00P - S " AO * OAiVBRI AWD BALTIMORS 6T8.,
° 2 -t f Third Storv.
EG. LIND, ~
I. ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT
Southwest corner of Charles and Fayette streeti
Entrance on Favertee tre
tjISS k AUSTEN,
aw
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS
128 W. FAYETTE STREET.
-Nil.'.
HO. J. CARSON,
banker,
204 BALTIMORE STREET
Wi'l BUY and SELL DOMESTIC EXCHANGF .11 n„a.
of UNCURRENT BANK NOTES, and GOLD on best
miSsmr IA X ° RTH CA ROLI SfXS^ b si*gg-
ERUVIAN GUANO.
Purchasers of GUANO are informed that we have
always on hand an abundant supply of No IPERrvr A v
GUASO, and are prepared to 'ord^M
TREGO'S "PLANT FOOD" and'"RUST PRFVKNTTTTE 11
the mostl valuable."top dressing" ever offerrf
cultu list, for sale by P. M ALCOM 4 CO.,
IB|B ' ' Bowiy's wharf.
WHITE BEANS!
100 BUSHELS PRIME WHITE BEANS
400 BUSHELS BLACK-EYED PEAS
,vsoa?J eby w , p - MAI.COM A CO.,
J f 29 3tr Wood street, Bowiy's wharf.
; OHN 8. WILLIAMS k BRO.,
J COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
... .. 62 COMMERCE STREIfr,
IWMf Baltimore
PATENT ICE PITCHERS *
AT WAR PRICES.
New stock juit received and for aale very low by
.. „ . . . „ CORTLAN 4 CO.,
JeJS-tf Boas#furnishers, Nos. 11l and H8 Bail. K.
CEPHALIC PILLS
CURE
SICK HEADACHE,
CURE
NERVOUS HEADACHE,
CURE
LL KINDS OF HEADACHE
y the use of these Pills the reriodic attacks of Nervou
r Sick Headache may be prevented; and if taken at th
mmencement of an attack immediate relief from pai
nd sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Ueadach
which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bow '.a—removing Costivenes
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females* and a
ersons of sedentary habits , they are valuable as a Las:
live, improving the appetite , giving tone and vigor to t
digestive organs, and restoring th© natural elasticity an
trength of the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long investig
lion and carefully conducted experiments, having been
use many years, during which time they have prevent
and relieved a vast amount of pajn and suffering fro
Headache, whether originating in the nervous system
from a deranged state of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their composition, an
may be taken at all times with perfect safety witho
making any change of diet, and the, absence of any dj<\
agreeable taste renders it easy to administer them to chi\
re,n.
BEWARE OB' COUNTERFEITS!
The genuine have five signatures of Henry C. Spalding o
each Box.
Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in Medicines.
A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of the
PRICE 25 CENTS.
Ail orders should be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
48 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.
Asthese Testimonials were unsolicited by MR SPALDING
they afford unquestionable proof of the efficacy
of this truly scientific di* c <*very,
„ MAiOifviLL*, OONN., Feb B, 1861
MR. SPALDING
* tyive tried your Cephalic Pills, and I like them so
well that I want you to semi me two dollars' worth more.
Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom 1 gave a
lew out of the first box I got fr-oiii you.
Send the Pills by mail, an:/ ohlitrii
Your obedient servant,
JAMES KENNEDY
HAVBRFORD, PA., Feb. 6, 1861
MR. SPALDING
Sis: 1 wish you to send me one more box of your Cepha
lic Pills, 1 have received a great deal of benefit from them.
Yours, respectfully,
MARY ANN STOiKHODSE
SPRUCB CRSKK, HUNTINGTON Co , PA , ?
„ January 18,1861. >
FL. C. SPALDING.
SIR: You will please send me two boxes of your Cephalic
Pills. Send them immediately.
Kespec.fully yours,
„ „ , , JNO. B. SIMONS
P. S.— l have used one box of your Pithy and Jind them
excellent.
BSLLK VERNON. OHIO, Jan. 15,186!.
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 I have ever tried.
Direct STOVER, P. M.
Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., O.
„ „ „ „ BEVERLY, MASS., Dec. 11, 1560
H. C. SPALDING, ESQ.
1 wish for some circulars or large show bills, to bring
your Cephalic Pills more particularly before my customers.
If you nave anything of the kind, picase send to me.
One o! my customers, wno is subject to severe Sick Head
ache i usually lasting two days,) was cured of an attack
tn one hour by your Ptlls , which I sent her.
Respectfully yours. W. B. WILKES.
KEYNOLDSBCRG, FRANKLIN CO., OHIO, ?
lT _ _ January 3,1861. j
HXVBY C. SPALDING,
No. 4* Cedar street, N. Y.
DEAR SIR: Inclosed find twenty-five cents, (25.)f0r which
nd box of "Cephalic Pills." Send to addiess of Rev. Wm
C. Filer. Reynoldsburg, Franklin Co., Ohio.
Your Pills work Like a cnarm—cure Headache almost
instaoter.
Truly yours, WM. C. FILLER.
„ _ YPSILANTI, MICH., Jan. 14,1861.
Mr SPALDING.
SIR: Not long since I sent to you for a bo* of Cephalic
I ills for the cure of the Nervous Headache and Cost vene33,
and received the same, they had so good an effect that 1 was
tnauced to send Jor more.
Please send by return mail. Direct to
A. R. WHEELER.
Ypsilanti, Michigan
I From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.J
Cephalic Fills accomplish the object for which they wer
made, viz: Cure of headache in all its forms.
[From the Western R R. Gazette, Chicago, 111.1
• We heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, and his unrivalled
Cephalic Pills.
[From the Advertiser, Providence, R. I.]
The testimony in iiicir layer is duong, irua the most
espectable quarters.
[ From the Gazette, Davenport, Jowa.]
Mr. Spalding would not connect his name with an article
he did not know to possess real merit;
[From the Democrat, St. Cloud. Minn.J
If you are, or have jbeenl troubled the headac'.e,
end for a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so that may have th ;m
in <case of.an attack.
[From the St, Louis Democrat. I
The immense demand for the article (Cephalic Pills
rapidly increasing.
I From tne Examiner, Norfolk, Va ,
They have been tested iD, more than a thousand cases'
with entire success
[From tne Advertiser, Providence, R. I.J
The Cephalic 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 Southern; Path Finder, New Orleans, ' a.]
Try them! you that are afflicted, and we are sure tha
your testimony can be added to the already numerous lis
that has rec ievd benefits that; no other medicine can pr
duce.
[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 Daily News, Newport, R. I J
Cephalic Pills are taking the place of all kinds,
(From the Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Mass }
Said to be very efficacious for the headache
[From the Commercial, Cincinnati, Ohio. I
Suffering humanity can now be relieved.
A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
will save ten times its cost annually.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SAVE THE PIECES I
ECONOMY DISPATCH!
""A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE."
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated fami
lies, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, 4s,
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can afforo
to be without it. It is always ready, and up to the stick
lug point.
"USEFUL IN EVERY ROUSE.'
N ' H i7rf^. rUsh accom Panies each Bottle. Price, 25 cents
Address, HENRY C. SPALDING,
No. 48 OEDAR Street, New York.
CAUTION.
As certain unprincipled persons ere attempting to palm
oil on the unsuspecting public, imitaticrs of my PRE
lARED GLUE, I would caution all persons to examine
before purchasing, and see that the full name,
.PREPARED
X en ths outdds wrapper all otht art rwtndlln* ooun
I. fclHI
-ruin inr irr ~ ffr rw -
Saimur JKb '
As.TH.-'X. SSA DATIJINQ"
■WtftfU NEAR PHILADELPHIA. i
iSSri For Sea (Bathing. Atlantic city. N.J
G*R J_l two and a lulf hours' ride from Philada
phifc,) is more fr quentcd thin any o htr
place in the United States. Its bathing, sailing and fly
ing facilities are
HuuES, which will aco ITl mod te about 7.OJU persons, ar * PS
well kept as those of Saratoga IT Newnort. Its Peach is
nine miles in length, aflordint, a magnificent drive, while
the of the j.lace is remarkable tor irs dryness.
Trie mails are carried twice 'aily to and from Phil -delphia,
and a telegraph extends the whole length of the road.—
I rang of Cam<ten and Atlantic Railroad have Vine Street
Wharf. Philadelphia, , 7!S A. . md IP. M L-ave Atian
t'CHt 6.15 A. M and 445 P. M. Distance 00 nii'es. Fare
ft MM. >,cKihhin's (United States) Hotel, Surf and other
house*now rpen. je2otAm?l
u MME \i lio ARDING, ~"
MANSION FARM, near O wings'
fSa ITSi*l 12 miles from Baltimore. The West
frn Maryland Railroad runs within two
——- hundred yards.
Terms.—Seven Dollars per week. Children and Servants
half price. MILTON PAINTKR.
Jels eo2w* Po*t-ofHc>. Owings' Mdls.
• (Nrtt.
MANTILLAS ! MANTILLAS !!
LESS THAN COST.
MANTILLAS! MANTILLAS!!
LESS THAN COST.
ALSO,
Just received,
6-4 MOZAMBIQUE 3;
BEREOE ANGLAIS;
GRENADIN BEREGES, 10 cts.
LINEN GOODS
FOR MEN AND BOY'S WEAR.
receiving NEW GOODS at astonishingly
low prices. G. W. BARRUS,
211 Baltim re street,
■ ieU tfl ' CASH HODSE.
IMPORTANT SALES OF DRY GOODS.
UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES.
FOR CASH ONLY.
HAMILTON, EASTER A CO.
Have now open
| THEIR LAST WEEK'SIPURCHASES IN NEW YORK
Embracing many styles of
DRESS GOODS
AT HALF COST OF IMPORTATION.
HOUSEKEEPING AND FAMILY GOODS,
STRONG AND DURABLE FABRICS,.
MUCH UNDER USUAL PRICES.
MOURNING GOODS.
Another case of extra Quality
BLACK BAREGE, TWO YARDS WIDE.
ALSO, JUST OPENED,
A large lot of
BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTONS,
m2-tfr AT WAR PRICES.
GREAT BALE"
OF
AND
COMMENCING
ON THURSDAY, May 9th, 1861.
{Owing to the complete stagnation of the Wholesale
and Retail Trade, we have determined to close out our
immense STOCK at a
Ci?EA7 SACRIFICE
from the cost of manufacturing, and every garment wil be
3old at half its value.
srLadies in want of choice GARMENTS will do well to
xaminethis stock.
JOSEPH BICKERTON & CO.,
183 BALTIMORS STREET,
rr.B tr r second door from Light street.
LOTS
<J\j\.r NEW YORK AUCTION 15 A ROANS.
MOST DESIRABLE AND CHEAPEST GOODS
EVER OPENED IN BALTIMORE.
1 0 NUN PIECES DRESS GOODS,
LESS THAN HALF PRICE,
In Paris tiArexen, plain and printed; Grenadine Barege,
primed (entirely new), in beautiful styles.
8-4 Bjack Bareges, "1
Black Bareges! l At - much ,es3 u9, . ,a i
3 . " ihene M.irerr rl )l ices ' many at half cost of
* and el • MoSsselines; I imparUiion
Lupin's Bombazine-*,J
Dress SILKS, a.l boiled Black SILKS; Lawns and Organ
dies ; shawh; Hera Stitched and Emb'd Lawn Hdkchfs.;
rrench Chintzes, Ribbons. All these lots were bought last
week.it aucti n in New York, at large sacrifices to the
importers, are ail new and desirable styles, and will he
opened on our retail Hours Monday morning.
HA MI LT<)X K ASTER A CO.,
apS tfr lh9. 2\)l and 21): i Baltimore street.
\\T REJIOVAL,.
* V ROTH & FL'LLEKTON,
Have removed to
NOS. 89 AND 91 BALTIMORE STREET,
At which rlace they will open on tliia (MOD- ay; morning,
a full Stock of new and desirable r-pring and Summer
IIBT GOODS.
SII F3 Embracing all the styles and qualities in
'"LAWNS,""'
POPLINS,
BAREGES.
TISSDES,
WHITE GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES.
HOSIERY,
MOURNING GOODS. GLOVES,
SHAWLS,
MANTILLAS,
HOUSEKEEPING WOOLS?," 0 *" 3 '
All of which will be offered at lowest prices. mhlMf
ROBERT I>. BUG'AN UIOFUT TLILLLL
DOBERT D. BROWN & CO.,
A*' , No. 2! GERMAN HTKSBT, Baltimore.
DIRECT IMPORTERS
AND FOREIGN MANI FACTOKERS' AGENTS,
For J. k A. BARKLIE'S IRISH AND Bi.AY LIVENS
YORK STREET FLAX SPINNING CO.'S DO j
JOHN PATRICK ft SONS' Do
THUS. KENNEDY'S SWISS MPSLINS
DUNDEE GOODS, SCOTCH DIAPERS, DAMASK, At
BURLAPS AND BAGGING;
TORDERS RECEIVED TO 3 M Port LINENS SWISS
fellf NS ' UDKFS -" AL 'AN CLOTHSR
I/NiTTINO COTTON, Domed lie and German
AV of 3,4 and 6 threads, a superior for rale by
n24-tf 49 Baltimore St., between Gay and Frederick.
GLOVES of Cloth, Merino, Cotton andWoOt
Also, Half-Hse of Merino, Cotton and Wool.
n24-tf 49 Baltimore st , between Gay and* Frederick.
MERINO, WOOLLEN, COTTON AND OAUZE
S HIRTS and DRA WERS for Lads, Gents and Chil
men' üB-?'.u B -?'. a £P an Cotton H„se of all kinds. Also,
Gloves, Mitts and M-eves. E.MANN
n-24-tr No 4'.> Ba'.t. St., between Gay ami' Frederick.
SELLING OFF all Wool Shirts and Drawers
at very low prices. Gall and examine
E. IF ANN
n2-tf -;0 Baltimore st. ht-iwcr-n Gav arid Fr"i*rick,
ZEPHYR WORSTED, Chenille anOmbroS
dories at low orices. E .MANN
n -r tf diitnore St., between Gay and' Frederick.
WOOLLEN KNITTING YARNS, of Merino
V T and Saxony Wool, a large assortment.
E. MANN
n24-tf tf Baltimore St., between Gay and Frederick.
QOOIAL MAND FACTORING COMPANY'S
. SILESIAS, in all colors, in store and for sale bv
FRICK. PHILLIPS A CO
ARK WRIGHT FINE COTTONS. '
20 case 3 just received and for sale by
f<aß tf FRICK. PHILLIPS A CO
REYNOLD'S BLOB
25 cases in store and for sale by FRICK,
FRICK, PHILLIPS A COv
PONTOOSUC UNION CLOTHS,
ana fo 3 'salVl)' >r 3> !ues ' ® reens And Mixtures, In stor
FRICK, PHILLIPS A CO.
BARKER'S UNION CASSIMERS AND SAT
INETS in store and for sal:- by
fe2H tf FRICK, PHILLIPS k CO.
UJ ILLIAMSVILLE FINE BLEA CH E D
COTTONS in store and for sale bv
I FRICK, PHILLIPS k CO.
L) RKGAN MILLS COTTON, of all gradea
▼ T in store and for sale by
FRICK. PHfhLiPS k CO
vjESvk EREWSTEB & CO.,
CARFJSAGE MAKERS,
37a and; 374 BHOOMJE. cor. of Mo street,
NEW YORK,
Invite the attention of the gentlemen of Baltimore;;to th
EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT,
4evoted exclusively to the MANUFACTURE OF FIRS
LASS CARRIAGES of every description,
(LIGHT ROAD WAGOSS A SPECIALITY.)
Specifications and Drawings will be furnished upon ap
plication, by mail or otherwise, to parties who may desireto
order.
Thefollowing 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 T . A. Loney, Esq., Geo. S. Brown, Esq.,
Wm. Woodville, Jr., Esq., Alex. D. Brown, Esq.
Geo. Cooke, Esq., Thos. I). Johnston, Esq
H. Wilson Harris, Esq., Frank Sullivan, Esq.,
Samuel Hurlbut, Esq.,
Lloyd Lowndes, Enston, Talbot county, Md.
Col. Edward 1.10 yd." ** * tje27 r
FURNITURE.
S. S. STEVENS & SONS,
WAREROOMS, MARBLE BUILDING
SI HANOVIR STREET,
opposite New Assembly Rooms,
Manufacturers of
PARLOR,
LL DININ<LROOM, HciurH
SCH FUR'NITURB
Constantly on hand a large stock of every grade of
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
Including
MATTRESSES, "COTS"
BEDDING, COTB * SPRING BEDS,
LOOKING GLASSES, >ACTORY)
No. 6 Low street,
rahll-tfr w Front street Theatre.
J>LATE GLASS AGENCY.
PLATE GLASS
FOR STORE FRONTS
AND DWELLINGS.
WM. KING is BRO.,
ABESTB FOB MAHCEAOTURERS,
And Dealers in
No. J North
listtktrg srtbr §rnktrs.
McKIM I GO7,
BAMBLEIIIS,
CORNER OP BALTIMORE AND sr. PAUL STS.,
MAKE COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY THROUGHOUT THE
UNITED STATES AND CANADA.
UNCUKRENT BANK NOTES AND CHECKS PUR
CHASED UPON REASONABLE TFRn mi.T-tf
McKIM & CO.,
23 A3M XS. ZEESIBL SJ. y
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND IST. PAUL STS
PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION
TO THE PURCHASE AND SALE or STOCKS, BON 1)8,4c
IN THIS AND OTHER MARKETS
BUSINESS PAPER PROMPTLY NBOOTH lED mhl-t
HASLKTT MCKIM. JOHN H. MCKIM.
BROTHERS McKIM,
BANKERS,
176 BALTIMORE STREET,
BTOCKS, BONDS AND' SECURITIES, OF THIS AND
OTHER MARKETS,
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
COLLECTIONS
ade on ell parts of the Union, ar.d "returns promptly
made.
UNCUKRENT BANK NOTES, SIGHT or TIME DRAFTS
PURCHASED AT LOWEST KATES OF EXCHANGE,
MERCANTILE PAPER NEGOTIATED,
a d advances made when desired, and all transactions of i
GENERAL BANEING BUSINESS
attended to. suS&tfr
OAiIL. HARRIS k SDNS," ~
"Ld No. 196 BALTIMORE STREET,
.... STOCK BROKERS.
STOCKS AND SECURITIES t.f this market, as well as
i/iOSi-ni i ork, - '<!••'
STERLING EXCHANGE.
BILLS ON LONDON,
STERLING EXCHANGE BOUGHTAN .TSW" 8 "-
BROTHKKS MCKIM,
(i.v.imr I7f, Baltimore street.
COUTH CAROLINA RANK NOTES PUR
LI CHASED BY JOHN WILLIAMS FC SON,
99 Sn; .ITs wharf.
JOHN H. WEAVER,
(PATENTEE,)
UNDER TA KE R ,
NO. 22 WEST FAYETTE STREET,
Respectfully invites the attention of the public to g
BEAUTIFUL IMPROVED BURIAL CASE,
Designed by himsslf.
The object of the design is to dispense with the forme
manner of closing coffins— by having hinges and lock at
tached to the sides — thus avoiding the use of screws and
the noise created by the fastening of a cotfiu upon the solemn
occasion of a funeral.
Insurance Companies.
BALTIMOREFIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
(ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF HALFA CENTURY
S. W. CORNER SOUTH AND WATER STREETS.
This Company INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY EIRE, in the city or country, on the vaiKus Jescriptioi T
ofproperty.
BOAKPORDIUACTORJ.
J.I. COHEN, JR., President,
it A.Taylor, J. Fennington,
w. G. Harrison, Joshua I. Cohe.)
S.T.Thompson, FrancisT. king,
Geo. K. Viewers, Henry Carroll,
V. W. Alricks, K. S. Steuart,
David S. Wilson, WEJ. H. Krone,
W. K Worthington. H. Von Kapif.
fe*cttr FRED'K WOi-inviißTH.'Ssnn-tary
GERMAN 1A FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OF HEW TOLLK.
Cash Capital $200,000
Surplus.... 80,000
M. lIILGEK, President.
HUD. UARKIGUE, Secretary.
Ai>. ENGDER, Agent.
18 Second street,
<!l3 eotfr opposite the Post-office.
GERMAN IA LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YOilK.
Cash Capital S2OO>CCU
H. WESENDONCK, President
FKED. SCHWf NDLER, Secretary.
AT>. JSNGLEK, Agent,
18 Second street,
dI3-eotfr •>!.;"> -i•
LICENSED AGEM C ST.
SOLE AGENT OF
THE INSURANCE CO. OF THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA.
CAPITAL. SURPLUS, - - $335,000.
VIRGINIA LIFE INSURANCE' COMPANY, RICHMOND, VA.
CASH CAPITA!. jJIO'J.OOO.
Insures cheapest and pays ihe promptest of any safe Com
pany in the Country.
Takes Risks upon a man's Rife for the henefltof his wife
and ch ldren, exempt from the claims of his creaitors. Also,
-ranis Risks upon lives 01 8 LA i I 8
SAMi'EL .J HARRISON President.
V7M. Hr.NRY H -.XaLL, ViceTres't.
Medical Examiner, Dr. J.N f >. C. M ACEZiE.
J. LY'ij'.. CL \KKK. Agent,
aecoml siicet, Baltimore.
Refer to J Hanson Thomas, John S. Gittings, Samuel G.
v yinan, John P. Pleasants & Son, Hopkins, Hull & Atkin
son, and \V ard Brothers. mh2tf tf
HOWAKU FIKK INJSIJ KANUL CUMFAS ¥
OF BALTIMORE
OFFICK S. E. CORNER OF SOUTH A.M SECOND STREETS.
Pw, ic-3iBBU d on every description of insurable Proper
ty a ~aiL*4loss by lire, at the lowest inter*.
AN PKKW KEESE, Bresident,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
James It. Pouder, H. .1. Werdebaogh. i
}' m - G* * over, J. Strieker Jenkins,
V\ m. Ortwtne, M. Benzinger,
Samuel R. Smith, Klisha H. Perkj ns,3
Aaron Fen ton, James h. Sum
Charles Hoffman, I C. Howard Rogers *
. G. HARLAN WILLIAMS,
Jalß-tf Secretary.
NATIONAL FIRS IN: • - .>?
OF BALTIMORE.
Incorporated by the
STATE OF MA KITLAND, 1842
Ornci No. 80 SOITTH STKBKT,
THISCOMPANY INSimlS i Evlk? Pos:to SeCoßa 8t
DESCRIPTION OP PROPERTY
IS ANf) OCT OI THE, CITY
AGAINST LOSS Oil OA MASK
. , BY PIBK.
Short Insurance* may be e&ected for a single day or fu
tons .-rperiou. JOHN B. SEi DENSTRICXr.Jt,
President
_ *OAPB or uisscTots:
Henry M. Bash, Vm. Htald.
Adam Denmead, Thomas S. Benner,
George Bartiett, George Small,
Joseph W. decking, George W. Howard,
vvm. Woodward. Henry Pendester,
Edward J. Church, HugliSisson
H. C. LANDIB,
Jtsß-tf _ Scret'irv
COLUMBIAN (MAEL WK }~I N S URA BOS
COMPANY.
x k w r ok &.
UASB CAPITA!. PAID DP
ASSETS NOVEMBER 89th, 13 .'1,264,443 49
B. C. MOKP.IS, President.
THO3. LORD, Vice-President.
PAMUELH. MOORE, Secretary.
The undersigned respectfully solicits application for
sur&nce in this desirable office.
HENRY H. WARFIEI.D, Agent.
H. a WAHFIELD k CO.,
lkScea''sw I; ar f
JJNDERSHIRTS,
DRAWERS,
SHIRTS,
COLLARS,
GLOVES,
FOR SALE TO THE TRADE BY DC-RERi
JOHN FALCONER, Commission Merchant,
120-eotftr "corner Charles German ?t<<
; NEVER NEGLECT
I • F£ LW BLEEDING, BLIND OR ITCHING.
M 1M 8 The evils resu ting rom neglect
■SSSSS ESSES f the ai ove terrible should
iniluceihose ufflicied to arrest its progress at ore.:. 'ihe
manv hundreds who have been permanently cured iy the
use of BETTON' PILE SALVE should up< n tJ ir
Buffering friends to try, without delay, -his infallible r me
dy for the cure or prevention ol BLEEI I\G, or
ITCHING PILES. It is exceedingly cooling and refresh
ing in its cure. There are hundreds at this HI ment, in this
city, male and female, using it with great succ ss and en
tire satisfaction. It has risen more rapd-y in public favor
than any other rem- dv which has been brought before tJ e
public for the cure of Piles in any form. This preparation
has been made by the subscriber tor over thirty years, ai.d
it has always acttd like a charm, being simple in its ap] ii
cation, requiring to be used only night and morning.
For sale by Wholesale and Retail Druggists. Price £0
cents per box.
Ask for BKTTON'S PILE SALVE and take no other. Get
a Circular from one of the Agents, and give the Ointment
a trial.
A box wil 1 be sent by mail or express, prepaid, on receipt
of One Dollar. A liberal discount made to the trade. Ad
dress T. W. BETTON, Baltimore, Md.
Principal depot at COLEMAN h ROGERS.
m27-tf Baltimore, Md.
MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO
HAVANA CICAiIS,
VIRGINIA SMOKING TOBACCO, AC
We offer to the trade cur large and well assorted stock
the above articles, including:
PACKAGES OF MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
J\)CtVof standard and popular brands, comprising every
description of style and quality. We would invite attention
particularly toourstocs. of EXTRA FINK and FARCY Tobac
cos, which is unsurpassed. As we are Agents for the lead
ing Manufacturers of Virginia end North Carolina, we are
constantly receiving fresh supplies ol all kinds of Manufac
tured Tobacco, and are prepared to answer orders to any
extent.
OR/1 CASES CONNECTICUT
SEED LEAF TOBACCO
Wrappers and Fillers, o'very sur-eric. quality.
IVS BAL.IKIN HAVANA LEAF TDaACCO.
ofour own importation,comprising choice wrappery descrip.
tion, and very superior high flavored fillers
CUBA AND YAKA ILEAK TOBACCO.
A supply always on hand adapted to the wants of the trade
VIKOINIA SMOKING TOBACCO,
In barrels, half bbia,and bales of 10 lbs. each
TFRKISB SMOKISG TOBACCO,
Of superior quality, in drums of 1 and In lbs.each.
I roil Hfin HAVANA CIGARS, of well knt.wn and
lfDyif'UOUvery popular brands,and every variety or
style, selected in Havana expressly fur us, and of our own
importation. We are prepared to execute with dispatch
oriers to any extent for any of ttie brand 3 manufactured at
Hav CHAS. D. DEFORD & CO.,
nI6-tf :!I s. <; wy strest.
LDEHT ESTABLISHED STAND
IN THE CITY
ANDREW E. WARNER,
No. 10 NORTH GAY STRSST,
manufacture a of
SILVER WARE AND FINE GOLD JEWELKT,
AND P2ALIR IRF
VER PLATED WAK-E,
. AND FANCY ARTICLES GENERALLY
Has in store a beautiful assortment of New Styles and Pat
! terns of Rich Jewelry and Silver Ware suitable far presents,
smbracmg a great variety of Set and Plain Gold BROOCH E8;
Jaosiac, Uarbunkle, Coral, Pearl, Lava, Cameo. Etruscan, he.
EAR RINGS; BRACELETS; FINGER RINGS, set with
Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, Pearl, Opal, Ac.; Ladies' GOLD
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
BTUDS; Gold and Jet Crosses; Jet Bracelets; Fins and Ear
Rings; Hair Jewelry of beautiful designs., &c.
Also a complete assortment of Best Quality Heavy Silver
Plated TEA SETTS. Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Cake
Fruit, Butter and Salt Stands, Castors, Candlesticks, Pearl
Handle Dessert Knives, Spoons, Forks, Ladies' FANCY
ARTICLES, Ac., which will be sold on the most reasonable
erms. *2O- tl
TO~SOUTHERNERS.
The subscriber has a large quantity of LAND in Vir
ginia. Tennesse -, Missouri and Georgia, which he will ex
change at low prices for city property.
ALFRED H. REIP,
roiS-tf 122 South Eutaw ? treet.
SHOW-CASKS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Manufactured, and to aieortmen t iwy on hand,
and for MATES,
Nyl-tft ID HdOlUMI'l AliUl

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