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!TEAS!
AT WHOLESALE.
GEORGE SANDERS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN
teas.
65 EXCHANGE PLACE,
mt ' s 2mr BALTIMORE.
GEO. M. GILLET,
iwifortbh AND DEALEH IN
tea,
"O. 58 South Gy Street.
• 1 J
DR. CHAS. BUCKNER,
HOJHEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
No. 1M Cathedral street. ja3l-Am
FLAGS
FOR SALE BY
SISCO BROTHERS,
95 BALTIMORE STREET,
_Jlp2s2m OPPOSITE HOLLIDA Y ST.
CLOVERSEED
10,0000—CLOVEKSEED BAGS.
20,000-2, 2V6 and 3 BUSHEL GRAIN BAGS
2' ,000-2, 25i and 3 BUSHEL SHIPPING.BAGS
S,OOO—MEDIUM AND EXTRA GUNNY BAGS"
ALSO,
PRINTED
FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT CORN MEAL
AND
SALT BAGS
OF EVERY SIZE AND VARIETY OF STYLE
FOR SALE LOW AT THE
2ALTSj¥EQRE BAG FACTORY, !
NO. 77 SOUTH STREET.
ia24-tf J OENi C> QRAPFtnr.
GOODS.
CANFIELDTBRO <T CO.
Keep on Land
„ MILITARY GOODS
S WORDS EVKTTY DESCRIPTION,
BELT 3,
EPAULETTES, SASHES,
LACES,
KNAPSACKS, BUTTONS,
CARTRIDGE
HATS, BOXES,
CAPS,
MILITARY &0 " &C " &C '
COMPANIES
FURNISHED
COM t'LKTF
WITH EVERY ARTICLE,
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
Irders promptly executed.
,hi-t c. CAN FIELD, BROTHER A CO.,
??"" trr 22a Baltimore street.
JHINA AND GLASS WARE.
FOR CASH ONLY,
he great difficulty of collections, with a heavy stock o
'K GOOD 3, induces us to sell
FOR CASH ONLY,
nd we have determined to put down everything to cost
es, to run out our stock to meet the present emergency
PARR'S CHINA HALLS.
210 BALTIMORE STREET,
? 5 ~ ,fr XEAR CHARLES.
PIANOS!
Jw ua SI'EINWAY Si SONS
" PATENT OVER-STRUNG "***** * CLARK'S
or a '.r GRAND AND SQUARE
PIAiMo-F O R T E S ,
Ai.o. UNQUESTIONABLY TUB BEST PIANOS NOW
.. . MANUFACTURED
tt rr r. n A N ,lr HAMLIN'S
SUPEit I<J R MELODEONS
. . . FROM 615, UPWARDS.
££pm v'.Vi-l'i h' AV V 8 a :" 1 * " si for sale,
ww i JAN OS exchanged and torrent.
F. D BENTEEN,
~ No Bti W Fayette street,
. ' An i No. in \ Charles street.
FIRE WATER IS MAVS NATURAL drTnk"
AS ESS'•NT! A LTD HIS HEALTHFUL EXIB
- . 1 t.NCE AS GOtrj) FOOD.
We woul.J invite attention to h variety of
V a , FII.TKKS
n? Ve s f,,r l^e Filteration and Purifl
titration of our muddy and impure hydrant watrr
„ C 'HPLAN h CO..
It
VTUTIC&. ~~
-* FOR riiE FALL AND WINTER.
.VI!AH WALK KR A CO..
W A SHI .V O TON null. DIN Q,
DENT Lci M EN' S A • .'V'' V'i i'l ; TH : i k " " T '
FALL A V;> WINTER CLOTHING,
A I EST STVLF3 AMI PATTERNS,
"1" •••• •' • > vr. MADR TO ORDER
DP.. W. CULLEN DUNNAVANT,
DENTIST,
No. 87 North Charles street,
BALTIMORE,
_i el . tfr ' M<, l_
H.R. HAZLEHDItST. \y. D. WEIBANB,
VULCAN WORKS.
ALL KINDS OF
HEAVY MACHINERY.
1 STEAMBOATS REPAIRED, IKON BKIDGES. &c.
fel3tr HAZLF.ni'KST k CO
CALVERT STABLES.
VL -•- .p'_l 1 would respectfully inform my friends an.
the puhlie that I have taken the Calvert Staid, s, and will I,
pleased to furnish, Oil reasonable terms, super.or Coaches.
Galeches, Buggies. Ac.
Funerals alien 'cd to in the best manner
W The best attention paid to livery and transient horset
JAMES H. STEWART,
Calvert Stables, Calvert street,
Opposite City Spring
A RTISTS' AND DRAWING .MATERIALS.
COLORS,
BRUBHES,
CANVASS,
ENGRAVINGS, Ac.
I W.M. KING & BRO,
I Importers and Dealers in Artists' Materials,
No. 2 North Liberty street,
, mhlS 6mr Baltimore.
Ii) B. GRIFFIN AND SONS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS, SHOES IIATS, CAPS,
AND
STRAW GOODS,
No 17 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
op STAias,),
mhl-Siar BALTIMORE.
ORDERS FOR PURCHASE
OR SALE
OF
BONDS AND STOCKS
In New York.
Executed th ßS h^ k a,,^^ [ffB „_ rt ent,
mh2o-dtfr 61 SECOND STREET.
* ROBERT LAWSON,
SsKstSmß SADDLE, .TRUNK, HARNESS AND
"V&J.COLLAR MANUFACTURER ,
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL,
277 BALTIMORE ST , b iwtrn h'anover and Sharp streets
Merchants and *V hrlesale D ale-s are invited to call and
examine my stuck h; fore making purchases, being prepared
to sHi Kootis rjs low as tfie\ can ho purchased In anv of the
NORTHKRN OH kASTKKN CITIES, and I PLEDGE
MYSELF TO DUPLICATE ANY BILL made in those '
cl l£i ~ . vi'„ e .. c:| ™."' 1 ' atl fy yur elves of the fact
' oF j - r, u,SKLVB
POSITIVE AND IMMEDIATE SALE
OF THE
ENTIRE STOCK OF IKY GOOD-4
_ . AND TRIMMINGS,
A T No. 161 NORTH GA Y STREET.
To commence froin thi iav n\ 6-eo|m
WD hi AT W H lSKfi Y.—A tew bbls. verj
choice just received anil for sale by
GREEN A YOE,
*X W. Baltimore ntreat
\Y IN DOW AND DOOR FRAMES of all de
v Scriptions for sale by
GEO. O. RTFYFNB,
rah 27 t'r 47 West Prat: street
ELEGANT ARTICLES.—SIate Mantles soid
by the manufacturer's sole agent,
GEO. O. STEVENS,
mh27 tfr 47 West Pratt street.
NEWEL POSTS AND BALUSTERS,
Brackets and Mouldings for sale cheap hv
GEO. O. STEVENS.
mh27-tfr 47 West Pratt street.
nan BUSHELS PRIME CLOVERSEED, just
rv '' ' J received and for sale by
CARR, GIKSE A CO.,
100 BUSHELS PRIME TIMOTHY SEED
A V/ just received and for sale by
CARR, GIESE & CO.,
FAMILY AND EXTRA FLOUR, just received
and for sale by CARR, GIKSE A CO.,
VENISON AND WHITE BEANS for sale bv
CARR, GIESE X CO.,
KOSENDALE CEMENT, for sule in lots to suit
purchasers, by CARR, GIESE 4 CO .
W'ff 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 STREET, near
Fayette. One Front Room suitable for Gentleman and
W i fe. "P!7tf
PERUVIAN GUANO of the very best quality,
now discharging from thegovernm-nt stores, and for
sale in lots. WV WHITELOCK & CO.,
m 3 tf 44 South street.
I [ENGLISH SPLIT PEAS AND PEARL BAR
A LEY.—A fresh supply just received and for saie by
GREEN X YOE.
eg- a® *V Uiltimnrp .freet,
QVAL GILT FRAMES
PAS S A P A AR TOU T S
FOR
PHOTOGRAPHS.
A fall assortment for sale by
4E WM. KING A BRO..
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealer*
Tttrareasask,
NOW 13 THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE.
The Dollar Weekly Exchange.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY EXCHANGE
on SATURDAY, the 7lh of July With a
view to increase alike its popularity and its usefulness,
ITS COLUMNS HAVE BEEN ENLARGED
ARB
NEW FEATURES WILL BE INTRODUCED,
which, it is believed, will make it additionally attractive to
the FAMILY CIRCLE.and a still more valuable medium
of reference for the FARMER, the MERCHANT, and the
POLITICIAN.
| Thecontents or the DOLLAR WEEKLY EXCHANGE
| embrace a constant variety of choice and interesting
Articles on the Existing Topicslof the Day.
ASB
MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS,
drawn from original, domestic, and foreign sources
EDITORIALS
from the DAILY EXCHANGE,
OLITICAL and GENERAL SUBJECTS.
TIIE NEWS OP THE WEEK, •
A CAREFULLY COLLATED 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 both at home and abroad.
In Politics,the Dollar Weekly Exchange will reflect the
course of the Daily Exchange, which has been, and will con
tinue to be, INDEPENDENT AND CONSERVATIVE
sympathizing with and watchful over the true interests of
the South and West.
TERMS OF THE DOLLAR WEEKLY EXCHANGE.
1 copy, one year.....
1 copy, six months
12 " " " " " 10.00
25 " " " " 20.00
Address . KERP. A CO.,
<4 nM]y Exchange." Baltimore, Vd.
JOHN GREACEN,
WHOLESALE DEALER
IN
SALT AND PLASTER.
apß'>-tf No. 83 Exchanqs Puce.
WINK DEPOT—
V V For the sale of the CHAMPAGNE WINES o
Messrs. MOET 4 CHANDON, Epernay.
HOCK WINES of Messrs. HENKEL A CO., Mayan re.
FR B E O REsfBorla INE3 ° f BRANDENBURG
BURGUNDIES or Messrs R. BRUNXNGHAUS, Nuits.
P. TIERNAN & SON,
o! - tfr 12 V diaries street.
E|H OFHCE OF
"M'V THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
.VOTIC ALTIM ° ! " ! ' MAY 9TH ' IB6I "
Express for PHILADELPHIA',' NEW YORK, BOSTON
and the North will, on and after TO DAY, leave this office
at one o'clock P. M.
Expresses will leave New York, Philadelphia and Bog
ton daily for Baltimore.
Packages, Freight and Baggage forwarded wiih safety
and dispatch,
tyFor further information. ino-ire at
- ADAMS JSXPKB3S COMPANY,
TO SOUTHERN & WESTERN MERCHANTS
HODEWALD & SINDALL,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN
INDIGO, SPICES, SOAP, STARCH,
SODA ASH, SAL. SODA, 81-CARB
SODA, SALERATUS and GROCERS'
DRUGS,
MB CIIEAPSIDE, Bnltlmore,
Invite the attention o'Merchants visiting this city to an
examination of tiieir stock, whi li in variety and price is
not surpassed either in this or any of the Northern cities,
respectfully solicited and faithfully executed.
jj E A~L Til ,
ECONOMY
AND|
.'CONVENIENCE
00MBINEDJ
WIN SHi P"8
SELF-VENTILATING
REFRIGERATOR.
THE ONLY
REFRIGERATOR
WHERE
VENTILATION
IS
RELIABLE,
SELF-CREATING
AND
UNINTERRUPTED
COLLINS, HEATH & HUTCHINSON,
22 Light street,
EllH-tfr PTOVB.rRcFHIOKUATOR AXH'PLCMBINQ HOVSX.
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHI.KEKS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE ?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BEJjUNGHAM'S
;CSLZBRATED
STIMULATING OKGIIEKT,
FOR THE WHISKERS ANB HAIR.
The subscribers take pleasure in announcing to the citi
*enß of the United Stat-s, that they have obtained the
Agency for, and are now eoabled t> offer to the Am rican
public, the above justly celebrated and world-renowned
article
THE STIMULATING ONGUENT is prepared by Dr. C.
. Alei'invhain, an eminen physician of London, and is
wa, ran ted to bring ° u t a thick set of W HlSrv KRS OR A
3li >I AurfEin from three to six weeks. This article is the
only one of the kind used by the French, and in London
and I aris it is in umv rsal use.
it is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
eomround, acting as if by magic upon the roots, causing a
beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. ]f applied to the
scalp, it will cure ijaldness, and cause to spring uu in
place of the bahl spot- a fine growth of new hair Applied
according to directions, it will turn RED or towy hair DARK,
and restore gray hair to its original color, leaving it soft,
. mooth, and flexible. The "Unguent" is an indispensable
article in every gentleman's toilet, and afte- one week's
use they would not for any consideration be without it.
in© subscribe*B are the only Agents for the art cle in the
united Mates, to whom all orders must he addressed.
Price One Dollar a box—for sale \v all Druggists and
Dealers; cr a box of the "Onguent" (w rranted to have the
desired effect) will h.- sent to any wli • desire it, by mail
;direct), securely Dacked. on receipt of price and postage,
$1.13. Apply to or address
HORACE L. HEGEMAN k CO.,
. M . Druggists Ac.,
6m 24 illiam street, New York.
GARDEN SEEDS.
R. SINCLAIR, JR. 4 CO.,
Nos. 58 6C and 62 LIGHT STREET,
(Third House North of Prat 4 .)
GROWERS AND IMPORTERS
or
GARDEN SEEDS,
Have on hand a superb assortment of SEEDS,
grown with great care.
-A . ALSO,
imported Sorts from the most reliable European houses
mh22-eoow W 6 w
IV3R3. HERMAN & SON'S
FSENCH
STEAM SCOURING AND DYEING ESTABLISHMENT
No. 64 NORTH Et'TAW STREfcT, *
WMWU BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND Sveatooa
thoroughly clean all kinds of LA >TES AND CHII*-
DRE\'3 DRESSES, made of SiLK, VELVET or WOOL
GKNTI.EMEN;S COATS, PANTS and VEST?, without
shrinkage, taking to piece , or removing the natural gloss
lyr.Vo varment need to be ripped.
The otmort punctuality guarunte d.
BafWHITE CRAPE SHAWLS done up equal to new'
GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING repaired it requested,
mil 26 eokm
UEWKY W. Df.AXei.IEY. AAHON fXNTOtI
YSRAKELEY & FENTON,
1 A COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
_ FOB THE SALE Of
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE,
387 BALTIMORE STREET,
~, . .. COENSB Of PAOA,
BBag tf BALTIMORE.
PHRONOMETKSS,
CHARTS,
NAUTICAL AND SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS,^
and
GLOBES
G&?NBALTIifoRE 3SURT " ENT 0F ™ E ABOVE
PETER VALTRER,
Formerly with and now SOLE AGENT^F'okw'F 8 FC EE R>
BLUNT. New York _____ fsw-tf'
AS METER INSPECTOR'S NuriCK.-Con
sumers of Gas desiring Meters inspected or nforma
matnri are requested tn lea- e orders at ilie store of F w ft
K KING, 226 West Baltimore street Office in Tax Depart
ment Building, Holliday street, from 10 to 12 A. J.;.
FRED'K. W. KINO,
je!7-3t r __ Inspector.
CHINA,
GLASS,
AND CROCKERY WARE.
WM SHIRLEY, SOUTH CALVIBT st.,
3 doors below Baltimore street.
Has on hand a general assortment of GOODS In hll line,
SUITABLE FOR .STOREKEEPERS,
HOTEL KEEPERS.
AND HOUSE KEEPERS.
AT REDUCED PRICES TO SUIT TIMES.
n2i-wed.satAmoD.tfr
B .wIT~ e, EXCURSIONS, ETC.
Steamboats LANCASTER and JUNIATA,
being in complete order, can be chartered for Excursions
or othe- purposes. Apply to
JUS. JAS. TAYLOR, Agent.
roZstf West Fal's Avenue.
EC. WAMBERSIE,
< GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
, .. 27S.CHARLIS8TBX1T,
Jall-tf Baltimore. Md.
AUDS:
21) cases Kens' and Boys'TRAVELLING SfiAW
•le by
FRIOK, PHILLIPS 4 CO.,
,-cU a Bonrf flharU, ,t, M i
nno CASH PURCHASERS; "
A Your attention is respectfully invited to our large
STOCK OF BUILDING MATERIALS. We are offering
extra inducements to burn, for CASH.
9*o. O. STEVENS,
■blT-tft atar Spaar'i wharf
j JUiPlJdV.lg feßTHpaTntJ,
MARINE
AND INLAND INSURANCE.
AUGUSTA INSURANCE AND BANKING COMfANF
ESTABLISHED IN 1828.
I
Condition r the Company on the .Id December, 1860, per i
Report to the Governor of Georgia, published in accordance |
with the laws of that State.
Bill, Receivable,; |-a P ital ... !
hxchangeon New Circulation 18 216.5(1
Sticks, Bonds and iDividends unpaid.. 1.651.87
n,i l a > '3 191316.43 Surplus 102.774.62
Due bv Banks and |
Agents 106,994 25'
Specie in vault, the
Dona fid* property
of the Co 106f.71.1fi:
$674.563 75! $674,568.75 j
TEN PER CENT. IN CASH RETURNED UPON THE j
PREMIUMS ON AL'. P.ISKS TERMINATING WITHOUT
LOSS.
LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID AT THIS AGENCY I
WITHOUT KEFERENCETO THE HOME OFFICE.
KRF.BS 4 HALL,
AGENTS,
5S EXCHANGE PLACE.
WM. KREB9,
W. CARVEL HALI... . fe22-eotf
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE !
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE CO.
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
Cash Capital and reserved fund $6,000,000
Invested in the United States 850,00,1
Daily revenue 2 bOO
SHAREHOLDERS PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR
ALL ENGAGEMENTS OF THE COMPANY.
ALL DIRECTORS ARE SHAREHOLDERS.
DIRECTORS IN NE IT YORK.
JAMES BROWN, Chairman.
FRANCIS COTTENET, Deputy Chairman.
E. M. ARCHIBALD, H. B. M. Consul.
EUGENE DUTII.H, HENRY GRINNELL,
JOS. GAILLARD, ALEX. HAMILTON, Jr.,
E. F. SANDERSON.
BALTIMORE AGENCY.
LOCAL ADVISORY BOARD:
AI EX. TURNBULL, C. MORTON STEWART,
WM. H. GRAHAM, WM. F. MURDOCH.
Counsel, F. W. BRUNE, Esq.. of firm of Brown 4 Brune
RISKS TAKEN ON PROPERTY OF EVERY DESCP.IP
TION AND ON LIVES AT T E LOWEST CURRENT
RATES.
KREBS k HALL,
WM. KREBS, Agents for the
W. CARV EL HALL. State of Maryland,
~ 68 EXCHANGE PLACE,
fe22-eotf BALTIMORE.
WM. KREBS. W. CARVEL HALL
KREBS d! HALL,
INSURANCE AGENTS
AND
ADJUSTERS OF AVERAGES.
Also, BROKERS in all business connected with Vessels,
Damaged Goods and claims against Insurance Companies
fe22-eotf 5H EXCHANGE PLACE.
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE
COMPANY, No. 4 SOUTH STREET.
. , Oppoaisr. t.IE SUN BUILDING.
Recognised for tin- PRi CI PT PAYMENT OF ITS LOSSES
vlr.i KS ' insures DWELLINGS, FUR
NITURE, \ ESS ELS in pot t, MERCHANDISE and other
Pi Opeity at the LOW EST RATES OK PREMIUM.
JOHN it. MOORE, President.
rvv , „ DIttICTOKS.
y M - LANCASTER OULD,
JAMES C W HEKDXTT, JAMES A. BRUCE,
u rf S w MS ' SAMUEL KIRK,
t MASON, FBANCIS BuitNS,
JACOB TRUST, JAMES YOUNG,
JAMES GETTY, JOS. C. BOYD,
i "i U t. ALSES ' •' 4S - !'• GEORGE, SR.,
J. T. IAKLOW, F. A. MILLER.
_SI3-cetl JOHN DUKEHAKT, Secretary.
ALTI HO R 3 "
LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
INCORPORATED ISC'-J.
CHARTER PERPETUAL.',
Orrios —No. 6 SOUTH btrzblt.
JOHN J. DONALDSON,PRESIDENT.
NSURESLIVE3 FOR ONE YEAR, A TERM OF YEARS
OR FOR LIFE.
ANNUITIES FOR AGED PERSONS.
ENDOWMENTS FOR CHILDREN.
SLAVES INSURED, either Men, Women or Children,
Btthe lowest rates
DIRECTORS:
WM. G. HARRISON, J.J. DONALDSON,
S.J.DONALDSON, A. ALDRIDGE,
C. A. SCHAEFER, GEO. S. GIBSON,
E.F.CHAMBERS, ROBT. A. TAYLOR.
DR. F. DONALDSON, Medical faamTner, "
°s-W 34 Franklin street.
T 3DALE'S INSURANCE AGENCY]"
CoatisaoiAL BUILDINGS, GAY ST.
. R , GEO. B. COALE,
the License:* Agent, with full powers, for lite
fiek.
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Cash Assets, $956,WM.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK,
Cash Assets, $1,432,000.
CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD,
Cash Assets, $330,215.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO., HARTFORD,
Cash Assets, $551,064.
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INSURANCE CO ,
Cash Assets, $373,233.
KABI.NI.
MERCHANTS'MUTUAL INS. CO., OF BALTIMORE,
Assets, $214,430.
„ . WM. GRAHAM, Pres't.
GEO. B. COALE, Secy.
Lira.
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE
UNITED STATES.
FIRE, MARINE or LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES ob
tained t.o any amount in Companies of the very best stand
ing, ami at the most reasonable rates.
information given on all matters relating to FIRE
INSURANCE, such as forms of application, statements of
ices, 4c., 4c.
SHORT RISKS on Merchandise taken, with return of Pre
mium, (or months not used.
813-tf GEORGE B. COALE, Agent.
IRURGMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY.—
OFFICE ON THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SOUTH
AND SECOND STREETS.
tSfSE,"B?J n Nt' t J?-" 8 or damage by FIREon ALI. DKSCRIP
riONSOF PROPERTY within the limits of thecity
HEMRV P. DUHURST, BBBSIDENT
. , „ BOARD Of DIRECTORS:
John H. Ehlen,. F.W.Bennett,
Augustus J. A inert, I Sam nei Hart,
Chas. M. Eeyser, i Hugh Bolton,
C. A. Schaefer, i Robert Taylor,
Edward Jenkins, ! Jnhn C. Ueane-y,
Frederick Achey, ; Thomas Creamer,
Thomas W. Levering, j James Fields,
Nathan Tyson, Garrett Brown,
F. Littig Shaffer, John M. Gait,
Joshua Dr.vden, ! Thomas Wilson,
John Gushing, Henry R. I.auderman,
Charles A. Grinnei, ! Caleb Parks,
Kendesl'.Colien, ! David H. Shriver,
George S Gibson, : Joshua Jones,
George Rogers J Isaac M. Denson,
James ii A.iderscr John A. Shriver.
_JU7 tf FRANCIS J. McOIXNIS, Secretary.
pIRS AND LIFE INSURANCE.
OFFICE, NO 63 SECOND STREET.
UNDOUBTED SECURITY AND LOW RATES
The undersigned represent, at their old established agen
cy, the following first-class Companies, with an aggregate
capital exceeuing
SIX MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
.ETNA INSURANCE CO.. HARTFORD $2,000,00
PHfENIX INSURANCE CO., HARTFORD 650,000
MERCHANTS' INS. CO., HARTFORD 250,000
NEW ENGLAND INS. CO., HARTFORD 250,000
MASSASOIT INS. CO., SPRINGFIELD 260,000
SPRINGFIELD INS. CO., SPRINGFIELD 600,000
ATNA LIFE INSURANCE CO., HARTFORD 250,000
INTERNATIONAL LIFE DO., LONDON 2,£00,00
POLICIES ISSUED and Losses paid Agency.
BIT tf J. G. PROUD 4 SONS.
JOHN H. REA & CO.,
CLOTHIERS,
CosirzK or Sociu asd Pbact STBCMS,
Messrs.JOHN H. REA 4 Co., take pleasure in announcing
to the public generally, that their stock or Clothing is macu
larger and more varied tnan ever before
Havtag °ow on hand a splendid stock of CLOTHS, CASSI
MERao am.JI ESTIJvGo, which they will make up t order
fa-tur tnl ' CannL '' fail t0 P lease ' both in price and manu
C . „ FURNISHING GOODS.
Cravats, Scarfs, Ties, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Shirts
and Gloves, in large variety
6 Their stock of SERVANTS' and OILED CLOTHING, Is
worthy th fs attention of Planters ocl3 t/
WHITELOCK'S PHOSPHATE: ~
No better application to corn and potatoes can bo
maoe than a dressing of this fertiliser.
.- s a top dressing for oats or grass, we believe it superior
to anything which can beapnli-d, and lequest farmers to
test a small quantity along i.leof other manures.
Put up in bags of 159 pounds each, and for sale in any
quantity by W. WHITEi.OfI< 4 CO.,
mlo-4t 44 South street.
LA PKRLE CHAMPAGNE.
This celebrated Wine is highly sparkling, perfectly
pure and of a rich fruity taste, unsurpassed in quality by
any Wine in the American market.
KCJBIS (Cabinet) CHAIf PAGNE.—Particular attention of
connoisseurs, is invited to its qualities and superiority as a
dinner Wine of unrivalled merit. Its beautiful Ruby color is
guaranteed to be the natural product of the grape.
PARTICULAR NOTICE. —Theundersigned, being aware that
many competitors are spreading the report that the Wine
Imported under the oatne of Rubis is artificially cokred, do
hereby bid the sum of TIN THOUSAND DOLLARS toany known
chemist who could in auy public experiment, at-ord the
scientiil: proof that the deep color of the Knbis is due to any
thing else but the ice of the grape.
J. GOSBQ a GO.,
_ A Chalona-iur-M&rne, France.
For sale wholesale by
CHARLES E. MYERS & BRO.,
-g*r tf Baltimore.
SALE.—One Six-seat Panel
bartr-i"in^A^i RR L A6E ' but little used* will be sold a great
nargain. Apply 211* FUI.TIVORE STREET aft-tf
C wfJ R '~; GoTer ° ment Java COFFEE, ira-
Start! 0 * for Bale b F VON KAPFF 4 ARENS,
W ifS!f!^JgClogethrr^th
BLAOKWIUL, constßDtiv r. D hand lud for .ull", 88
aa-.A. , GKEEV / VOK
OURBON WHISKEY: ~~ ~ ""**
Just received, a small lot ofver.
PALM LEAF FANS in large varietioa
hV PDULTNEY 4 ( iIOALK,
SALT.- -1,950 sacks Aehtoa's fine, 165 sacki
Worthington's fine, and 1,346 sacks Ground Alum Salt
afloat per ship Macaalay, from Liverpool For sale by
. , FOARD h ROGERS,
je!2-tf i 6 Bowlv's wharf.
CLARET.—
$ flne imported WINE of different brands.
WTWS.' st - Julian, our own bottling, a very flne
WINE, whioh we offer low.
for sale by _ GREEN * YOE,
jelf-tfr 88 West Baltimore, near SoUiday it
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POST-OFFICES IS VIEGINIA.
Alexandria Gocdaon Old Sweet Springs
Accomac C H Ganiey'a Bridge > Pete-sbuig
Amherst CII Glenn's Pfosp-ct Hill
Alum Spiings Giis; man's Store Port Roynl
A.vlrtts Hague Psrkersourg
' 1 cksbutg Mealhsville Portsmouth
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Kurk's Station it ;rper's Perry Pcniishorough •
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Castlcman's Ferry Hickowy Fork Pougoteague
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Coa's Mouth ?/• dison CII Tempcranceville
Dublin Mill Creek Union Mills
Danville Martinsburg University of Va !
Dickinson Mathews Oil I pperville
KastvUle Moorfifld w icomico Church
Kllenbnro Nortolk Whit. Stone
Front R'-yal N'twbern Warren ton
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Fairfax OH New Market White Sul.gSprings
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Fayetteville Newbern Thomasville
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G-.tesville Oxford Wilmington
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Hertford
... SOOTH CAROLINA.
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Aiken Edgefield C H Pendlen n
Beaufort Georgetown Snmuierville
Charleston Greenwood -Winnsboro
Columbia Gladden'. Grove Walterboro
Chesterfield Jefiries Creek Yorkville
Cheraw LyDeh's I.ake
GEOROIA.
Augusta Flat Sbo .Is Starkvillt
or 8 .-,, e Kingston Savannah
Blansville? Lawrenceville Washington
Bowensville Mi lcdgeville Woo brv
Cuthbert Marrietta Wehadkee
Euoii Grove
. . , ALABAMA
Aroacoochee Gadsden Oxford
Caiiaba Kuntsville Prattville
Elba , Man n Sparta
Florence Montgomery Seale's Station-
Greensboro Mobile Talladega!
„ LOUISIANA
Alexandria C H Milliken's Bend Sicilv Islands
Cloutiersviile New Iberia Vaudalia
Line New Orleans
B u £ k i H l" Natchez Sklpsmith's
Habolochitto, Port Gibson
„,. . TESNX3S2X.
r°l!Z er ii- Medon Parksville
Crpper Mines Memphis RobCamo
Duck tow 11 Nashville Strawberry Plains
Jones boro New-Canton Shelbyville
New Market Salsbury
Mill Point Purdy Whi'.esburg
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS, ~
CHEAPE.t THAN EVERI
AT THE SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
8 WEST BALTIMOUE DTBEET,
_ between Gay and Holiday streets.
The undeisigned takes this method of informing his
Sriii \i* ?'w- th . e p^^ha A l he is filing the balance of h:s
Pall and V* inter bTOCK at much reduced prices, to make
room tor a large and select stock that 1 am now manufac
tunng, suitable for Spring and rummer of French Calf
SkinBOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS, F'rench Patent
Leather do. do, French Kid do. do. By a particular
method of measuring I am enabled to fit the most tender
reet, so as they can wear my work without any difficulty
raankful for the liberal patronage I have received and
still manufacturing m the latest improved style A call is
resoectfully solicited. p. GAHAN
fe2H-tf No. BS West Baltimore street.
Jg RANCH OFFICE
THE "LUBRIC (fIL COMPANY,
NO. 79 SMITH'S WHARF,
RALTIMORS, MD.
SPECIAL NOTICE!
TO
RAILROAD MANAGERS AND OTHERS USING
LUBRICATING OILS.
Hereby offer you an
"A 1 LUBKIC" OIL,
Which I guarantee equal to the very best Sperm or Lard
Oil for lubricating every desciiption of machinery, and at
but little over one half their cost.
I warrant this Oil to be perfectly pure, and free from all
mixture or preparation; net to gum, and to remain limpid
in the coldest weather. I respectfully solicit atr al
Stock always on hand and orders promptly filled.
xr „ „ C. HALL, Agent,
•rc. , - w o ' Sn "th^'s whar', Baltimore, Md.
*W b. r '!e Agent in Maryland for ' Lubric Oil Company '
Also in store, at all times, a superior quality of Sperm,
Whale, La-d, Bank, ianner's,and Straits Gils, ai! of whieh
I offer on the most reasonable terms. mhll-6m
SALT'.
6.320 sacks common SALT.
T . ¥1? ,_ Marshall s Fine SALT, afioat per ship
John Clark," from Liverpool, for sale by
FOARD A ROGERS,
"33-tf If. Bowlt', ,hV>
CLABET. —Medoc St. Julien, Cantenac, POll
- Canet, Pichon Longueville, and other well known
Drands, imported and for sale bv
VON KAPFF k ARENB,
m '6-6m No. 22 German street.
OT-BED SASHES. " ~
A good stock on hand, of various sizes, glazed and
not glazed, or any required size made to order promptly
and at lowest rates for cash, by
. , GEORGE O. STEVENS,
' e2 *Hr 47 West Pratt street.
THOHARM.ORIIW. BItfJAIIIW R. TOR
pREEN * TOB,
DEALERS a
AND FINK FAMILY GROCERIES, LIQC ° RS '
rell-tf No. 88 BALTIMORE STBIB T,B&U.
PROVISIONS.
1 Ohhds Bulk SHOULDERS.
100 'o. do. SIDES.
100 do. do. HAMS
100 do. do. BACON SHOULDERS.
100 do do. do. BIDES.
50 do. do. da. HAMS.
S 000 Yellow Canvass HAMS.
For snle by D. J. FOLEY k BRO.,
jel2-10t No. 50 South street.
SAVE YOUR CASH.—We have recently im
ported some very superior CASH and DEED BOX ES
made o* the heaviest material, in the bet manner, with
BRAMAH LOCKS attached. For sale, at very moderate
prices, by CORTLAN k CO.,
fr>lQ tf- 11* and 218 Rftltimr-o
PIPES AND PIPE HEADS.
A large variety of Clay Pipes and Fip-e Heads, white
colored, glazed ana ungiazed, in one, two, four and six grost
foxes. Imported and for sale by
4 SSKMULLER A SONB,
"COLOUR AND OHIO HIGH PROOF WHISKEY
feira r.ra n &tS^. r ,ff. ie by A>L ' WEB ? 4
gistals, fsrfetoart, £c.
HAMMERED ~
HORSE AND MULE SHOES
MANUFACTURED AT THE
Calbfrt |ron an& ffail iSHarhs.
J. EOPKIHSON SMITH
BALTIMOK E;.
f) FORGED f~|
FROM
OBEST REFINED
HORSE SHOE 9
0 -• o I
OFFICE-No. 25 South Charles street
mylS-eoly |
H" ARDWAKE. |
HISS & COLE,
MANUFACTURERS' MIEXTxVxS DRA? I VkuVJ'
ALL KINDS OF AIIERICA V Hs anm*DD IN
R. HOE ft CO.'S CAST STKIM, MIL? rßn<w™~ •
CIRCULAR SAWS ' CROSS CUT and
FISHER ft NORRIS' AMERICAN rirrv , V vtto
PARALLEL CHAIN h ' A(,f,E -ANVILS and
FIE BRAI)S, A iJ D WI<;H 4CO '3 °UT TACKS,SHOE NAILS,
COLLINs' HAKTI-ORD AXES H l
NEW ENGLAND SCRE WCOil PANYsfri P „ IV ,
WOOD SCREWS. GIMLET POINT
KU LOCKS,' S & ERWIN MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S
FIT PA DLOCK ACTURI ' VG COMPANY'S CABINET and
AM C!ma !?i ) IL3 E "' VAIL COMPANY'S HORSE AND
WmHvU COX o *'^Ks°pY^!r?. ad SPADES, Ac., fte.
riAi'r i vViA * wi r ?i.v4J? HD,i PADLOCKS.
SCYTHES. ALDKON'S BRAND CORN and GRASS
S™ T DF E K NO?L f F S I C 7S HR STONES, AC., SC.
aiortment bhEIjF H ARDWARE-a large and full
All of which we off.-r at lowest Factory Prices. myj-tf
T P dW.™i * OIL
1R O N WAREHOUSE,
?tO. 13 J*OUTP CAT rrvf 9s,
ISSJ, OF
aTsJSfof ,ha7BconßtaDt! y° n ha °'l a complete
A MEKICAN N D ENGLISH IRON,
RAILROAD SPIKES AND CHAIN 3.
VIADUCT ANA) I,AUK!?, Roj]*';•( IRnjf WORKS
.. ELK SHEET IRON HILL, BRISTO' io'wop
Also, agents for !he 1> itvi it ! o< r' B *
ANTHRACITE and CIIAUCoMfl 2 F&fe 3
ILUGAN & JENKINS ~ ~
WILLIAM GREAVES ft !. " All £ R??~ m *' n "
WALES FRENCH litmus, AmaK l: 5 '
J. G. HGVEY Boring -,:\ , *"■? **■
A. RANDALL, Taor I. Ei V
PROVIDENCE TOOL OR'isy
PT. ASI IRONS. XLTU, ABITIRS ARD
AMERICAN BUTT COMPANY, Bctt Hiatus, SAD Ikobs
hWSiMW CBR *' SOALas, Ac,
n V i B K IFj[dil C^S^ F & Attn
DAVID SNYDFIt, S:'OVJEL*J inii u I (^.c
BKHAKDWAUt COMPANTT, UEAS3 OABPftn.
ai ' " 5 MAORI"AS- Anas. n-.jei)*h. ±r IvlO t
YXUATERS & SOOT?,
DISSTON'S CAST 'rj:h >SS-CUT AN T l> Clß
'i'lyi'V/ \r PAD LOCKS
BLOOD S. AND THE
AMES', KOWLAXD'S, HALFMANN & GOULD'S
TACKS, SHOE 1&
A general sto.-k of ' '
which
PORTAT'or"" 1 9l ° Ck ° r "' rates for DIRECT i'io
TO SOUTHERN ARB WESTERN MERCHANTS
F* cis B Übet V.'M. R. Bjket. Robt: 8. Fmur.
; Jft ™ T) , ~, rr ,.*l c " KrH p - LLLIOTT.
F. B. LONE I & CO.
:iiPOß ß Vnu So v;i' r, nn . AErt * R ft LOKEV,
iMPORiERe, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
4 ? D W ARK,
CTJTV.EB.Ii", C3TJ2TS. &0,
AGENTS FOR COLT'S PATENT PISTOLS, RIFLES. &<■
Dos, I ami j cSAWfAVKAt STTI,PIMVP,
T .. .. BALTIMORE,
citeteanertm"nr"?- t, n f fr 0,1 - Ut ' 3r ,^' rc . hant -tilting this
uuy 10 an examinable., of tneir itcck, wfc . h in VP-;c~ km -
citie!. n °" surpa3!ei * t'ther in this or any of the Northern
L. P A R K E R & CO.,
I &?w/ G £-^?.P FA,,SK8 IN uetalj, I
SOUTH CHARLiCS STREET,
between L't.att and Caupj:J Siaasra, !
TIN PLATE, of erer? descripaon'
TE.RNE PLATE for roofing.
ENGLISH SHEET IRo.S Noa. I'JtoCJ
A jli'iMoAal '* * 14 f,, •*
GALVANIZED" " igfo 5?"
RUSSIA •• .. ni?;?'
IRON WIRE,TINNED WIRE," b to 95
SHEET ZINC, SPELTER '
rIG and BAR LEAD
ia ?' ; b'. 8 an,i Baw.
LEAD * IPiIS and SIJb.KT Lb'' I)
HU(JP IRON, in. tosS in
TIN MEN'S TOOI,S and iisCHINES
KETTLE " OTTO " 3 - "^^B,
Edwd. M KEITH. Jno K Kenan in
A MERICAtV HARDWARE.
•W*. M. KEITH. JR. & SON,
1./.4 N f//L! rVUA'MR' ,S .1 GSJVTS.
SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
OFrrR FOR SALE .AT JaOWEST RATE S ?
SAWS J) ' MBA, CROSS-CUT AND CIRCULAR
W- PUMPS AND GRINDSTONE FIX-
T^§v'sjM l i-' ) Fv rXr T BUTTS,STSAP ANT)T . HINGES
PAKA'Mfs Hi .peek Jl'f.'Ls. fe^fH)^s < 'QS n< '
BLOOji S> PHILLIPS AND WHITE'S h A TOFT FT
FEN.VS ANI) MANN'S AXES? AND A GENER?t ss
SORTAIHNT OF SH ELF If.A RD'WAIIF!. '""rfaA 8 "
MEXICAN GUANO. "
Very choice MEXICAN GUANO for sale by the
barrel or ton. Alio, ground bones (or agricultural purpo
se,B:, r ~ V.'. WHITELDCK 4 CO.,
" c 44 South street.
/CALIFORNIA GUANO. "
Ve* A choice article for sale in Ftt t 0 suit, hy
.. .. W. WIIIfELOCK & CO,
mu " . . 44 South street
Tl/TANIPULATED GUANO
if T-"- Of the very best quality for sale by the to" or single
bi >., ~ WHITELOCK A CO,
— : 44 South street.
RHODES 3 STANDARD MANURE
FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF CULTURE.
. RHODESMVIANURE
Being thoroughly established as a crop graver, we con
siaer it but necessary to inform Agriculturists they can
procure supplies aldressirnc
J5. V. RFIOnE? A CO.,
Olllce, fell Bowly's wharf,
g~PRIOE 445 PER TON, 3,t:oa LBS., CASH. B apßdSwim
p UAKO.
4.3" Sixty tons WHITE MEXICAN, containing T1.07 Per
M?vio. n S P 1 '"'!!":!-- bf lime, and thirty tons BRdWN
M EXICAN (,l , - • containing C 2.50 per cent, hone phos
phate of lime, landiQK til for ai. hy
THDiIAS WHITRinttE & CO.,
11 12 and IS BowJy'a wharf.
Gr 0 A 8 " '
> e inform Dealers, farmers and Planters, that wehave
made our usual extensive arrangements k o supply our
numerous customers villi genuine tad unadulterated
;G 17 A N O S
Our stnch is unequalled i its extent, variety, and quali
ty, by any house in the trade. Ve name:
A1 PERUVIAN GUANO,
OF DIUECT IMPORTATION FROM FEUC THIS VKAR, ANDP*-
LIV£BKI> UJIIKCT FROM A (IE.NTS 1 WA&EHOUSSS.
ICHABOE GUANO,
ELIDE ISLAND (CALIFORNIA) GUANO,
BAKER'S ISLAND GUANO,
Of direct importation into this market per ship "Marv
Bradford." ALSO,
JARVIS IdLAKD GUANO.
e tf- r ri ,e ? 7i° f ' !C h; >' ar-b tlie sole authorized Agents
Of W. H. weob, ksq..of \vw Yo-k
WHlTii MEXICAN fit A No.
A A BKOtv.V MEXICAN GUANO.
Doctor D. Stewart's celebrated
PLANT FOOD AND "RUST PREVENTIVE."
MARYLAND COMPANY'S
SUFER PHOSPATE OF LIME.
And other fertilizers of known value and established re
tat im.
Which we will sell on most favorable terms, in lots from
one ton to 1,000 tons.
P. MA LOOM A CO.,
Grain, Flour and Guano Warehouses,
Wo"d street, Bowiy's wharf,
mhll tf opposite the r.-w Corn Exchange.
BAUGH'S RAW-BUNK PHOSPHATE haa no
superior for producing large crops of Corn, Oats, Grass,
Potatoes and other spring crops. For sale by
GEO. DUGDALE, Sole Agent,
ap!s-tf -vo. 4 Spear's wharf, upstrirs.
BAUGH'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE affords
the necessary food for plants, containir g 55 percent,
of Fhoaphateof Lime, and 7 percent, ot Ammonia.
GEO. DL GDALE, Sole Agent,
npls tf No. 4 Spear's wharf, up stairs.
BAUGR'S RA W-BONE PHOSPHATE is"offert
ed to the agricultural community as a pr mpt and re
liable fertilizer, and permanent in its effects. For sal by
GEO. DUGDALE, Sole Agent,
atls tf No. 4 Spear's wharf, up stairs.
EAUGH'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE con
tains the active and es.-ential properties of hones, pos
sessing all the original animal matter. For rale by.
tf G'EO. DUGDALE, Sole Agent,
apio n JNo. 4 Spear's wfiarf, up stairs.
AGENCY OF
iBAUGH'S FAW BONE PHOSPHATE OF LIME
removed to No. 4 Spear's Wharf,
„ BALTIMOP.k.
GEORGE DUGDALE, SOLE AGENT
For Maryland and Virginia.
A LS I,
GENERA L COMMISSION A GEN CM,
„/or the purchase <>r sale on commission of GUANOS.
FLOUR, GKAIN, LUMBER and PRODUCE GENERALLY
REKLRKNCES:
GIBNEY, HALL A Co., Baltimore.
BOWEN k. MERCK?., "
C. B. HATCH & Co., "
J. & H WARDEN, 44
KIMBALL & SUAIFEB, "
P. H. GREGORY jg Co., Lumpkin, Ga. ja24-tf
MARYLAND cu.vpan v
. SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME
YV arr3n ted superior to any thiiivof the kind cow ia use
For sale by H. P. t-VANS, Agent,
No 114 South Eutaw stteet, opposite Baltimore ao<i Ohio
Railroad Depot, haltim re. Md. jnlO-tf
QU ANOI GUANOII
Planters and dealers will remember our facilities enable
as to supulv 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' WA.-tEHOUSS,
thus saving the farmer every expense.
Our stock of
MEXICAN GUANO
embraces the cargoes of tee "Humboldt," "Cosmos, and
"Pilot's Bride"—the two former being among the rtohest
ever imported in this market.and will be sold by the cargo
or single ton.
Oar stock of
CALIFORNIA GUANO
Ii all of lot waaon's importation, and free from thoae Im
puriUes which irnjm
deem itsuperior to can% a^uSd." "
Finely powdered from Unboiled Bones
MANIPULATED GUANO,
Of the various brands, at the manufacturers' prices
w. WHITELOCK A CO.,
anlß-tf 44 South street
TO FARMERS AND GARDENERS—A NEW
FERTILIZER-equal toGuano and cheaper than Stable
Manure, being alluvial aeposit, composed of animal and
vegetable matter. Can he obtained from the Ice Ponds
near the Cattle 4how Grounds. Distance from Charles at.
avenues half a mile at Cattle Show Grounds, quarter of a
mile at Toll Gate, from Falis Road half mile at Upper Re
servoir. Apply at3BSouth street
Price 50 cents per cart load Jes*-tf
MEXICAN GUANO. "
Very choice Mexican GUANO for sale by the cargo
°r")gleton,by w WHITELOCK 4 CO.,
TIN. —50 slabs Banca Tin, imported and for
sale by GEYER 4 WILKENB, No. 122 W. Lombard
street fe2-tf
STORAGE will be taken in warehouse 125
Bmith's wharf Ist moderate trio*! Apply to KNOX *
tf, dJO-lf
s3Kktff si?j} £rj*?rs.
jVTA.RTIN LEWIS, ' 7 ~—
j BIIL AX STOCK RROKES,
I I!ss tnri,l „"° 44 SI.CO.VI> STKKK.r,
tor {lie purchase ar.d eale of
I int-IPtf . STOOk.s, BONDS, Ac.,
I . "■■ in the New Tori: market
A'OTB AKn-BICL BROKER,
Pav, inrtivi.li l\.* 1 7" , (;oN ''SIREEr.
ci.-.i i'an-riif! il*l !i' f lh . e ne rotation of Commer
<Vsh n/iru„ i ! *, ' f*" di'SCriptlO!,-.
; " * mhlOtf
JST'GL.S, h'iUCKs AND bl >N IS
M MAR TIN LF. irvSy KHT AXD SOI ' D
ho 14 SECOND STlt* F.T,
ssipss::
BUYS AN s& '['2 KK EXCHANGE,
and mien,!. Si.l.ljb FIRST-CLASS GROUND RENTS
Banking hnsin r er'"' y "''' an<l ® very ki "' l of and
T EONAUD J. TORMSY
J „, DEALER 'IN
commercial CAPES,
ho. 22 LOUTH STREET,
ii iLTIMORE, MD.
COMMERCIAL I „ , •
PAPER. J Bought, Sold and Negotiated.
LOANS J Special attention given to the Negotiation
>"i Ijoh'is tin {irst StcufitD's. iul"> ; !
[ R. McGINN & CO., •
• STOCK AXD HILL BROKERS,
No. 6 NORTH STREET,
rtdviw 11 *". oa commission exclusively STOCKS, I
. ,n • :,: " 1 " >■■■•*. jat-Hm I
■ AWRASON & SMI rn,
STOCK AND BILL BROKERS
w „ „ . "0. 23Sonill VTREET,
JVT ONEY BUSINESS.
i '- 2 - xr MAKTIhf LEWIS,
.No 44 Secoud STREET,
first house from Scntli street,
NEGOTIATION Of WER^ANWL^E the
EFFECTS LOANS ON STOCKS™ BUSINESS FAFKK '
ttR4 MAKES ADVANCES tM^? K S Ri C L U s RITIES
-SRANTS DISCOUNT* O.N fi(W)D PK-R
a ™
TNG. S. GITTINGS k CO.,
HA N X MRS. K XCHA NG E.
b vo C *s v *- } B BROKERS,
undo y heFc?arke?3. COmia ' :sS '" n and Securities lu this
Purchase and sell Ground Rente.
joMat-rals* 8 on litoCl£S ' EaUle, Notes, and ether
Nepctiais Tiav IV.per and Stock Loans.
3tatan~CMa^ S .° a *" ac " 3sll ' le ' 3iaM "> the United
Receive derosiis in Bankable and Uncurrent Funds, and
mtn.it ft ,"",, ss of P" v: ' M Banking in ai! ol its depart
stents. Interest allowed on deposits. jal&tf
QAMCTEL HARRIS & SONS,
KJ BANKERS, STOCK EXCHANGE
V ... „ . ASL ' - NOTK BROKERS,
. w ,_ No. aj BnLTiKoae STRKKV,
COLLECT on all accessible point.! in the United Sta'es ami
Canada*, promptly, and on favorable terras.
NOTES '-HECK3 and UNCURRENT BANK
NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER and STOCK LOANS and
this and OH. c ? D ra£kS? WOU KTOCKS an ' ! SECURITIES in
tadton'sllHS' 11 BantaWg or Uncurrent Funds
1P ,.~, "'-inkiLj-anii Exchange Business in every
ecuaria..r, aht-lg
T H. LCCKETT,
-> • STOCK, NOTE, HILL,
o . . AXD REAL ESTATE BROKER,
o bKCOKD t>rnfcKT, Kaltiruore.
n „ RgriKESoas:
P. Gibson, Cashier Bank of Baltimore, Baltimore.
i Coleman, t aslue.- Mechanics' Bank, Baltimore,
ritnw?. f N s e L ? !ik! ! n Banlt ' Baltimore.
Tuomas J. Carson, Banker. Baltimore.
Thomas D. Johnston, Baltimore.
J. C. Adams, Baltimore.
Warwick,-Frick & Ball, Baltimore.
K. Mickle, Cashier Union Rank of Maryland. Baltimore.
L A. \ lckers, Pre,.elect Murine Rank, Baltimore.
Johnston, Bro. kCo.. Bankers, fsalriaiore.
eosiah Lee 'c Co., Bankers, Baltimore.
Hugh Jenkins A Co., Baltimore.
Aoung -k Carson, Baltimore.
Wm. Prtiknev Brooke. Washington; P.O. rayls-tf
STERLING EXC:-iAWG£.
ROSS CAMPBELL & CO.,
24 HANOVER STREET,
Have constantly for safe
• r Q ~ BILLS ON LONDON,
- y " . in surj 3 to suit purcl,users
HARRIS, JR.,
BASEMENT CHESAPEAKE BANK,
l ndThe?la^?. ll vf, l, !o StoCkßßnd othal ' •ecurßiefoPu.i,
aua e -.1. . fii.r,:;:;., sell-tf
\\t GILMOR, Jr.,
t . STOCK AND BILL BROKER,
thfs^L-^e^- to
n „ u „
fa
VORK,GRI TYSBURG, CHAMBBRSBURG,
f " A L'usßi'RG arid MIDDLETOWN B4NK NoTES
for salt-at a liberal discount by & a
, f Tno. .I. CARSON.
■ _ 204 Baltimore atroet.
G'OLD FOit SALK, in sums to suit, at a snriril
I premium by I elnl THO. .I. CARSON
|\/|AKYLAND STATU SIXES.
So-eate BALTIMORE GAS COMPANY" STOCK,
_vo. sale. Jm2l 2-.v] McKIM h CO.
jvro'i'ioK. •
s . re pre P: iretl t0 give CASH ADVANCES on cc.::
sarnmeiitstoour tutnas Messrs. K AT Woodward ft Co ,
lio. . *. L. BRAUNS A CO.,
onrnero. Lhennside and T,omhard street.
N O R't'H VV KSTSKN VIKGINIA R AIL UO AD
BONDS for sale by SAMUEL HARRIS, Jr.,
J. ulrU H .-fsuout C:.:..:-:.
ON A LHP Ruii I N LN T
V- f' fa bUIJTH AaNI) WEST made by
- ? n2l -" 1 HO. J. OAKSON.
Bu -IMOEfi OHIO RAILROAD CO:
xilV wanted by SAMUEL HAKItiS, Jr.,
bagemenl Chesapeake i-iai.k,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO R. it. RUN Da ie6v".
Bait-more and Ohio Railroad bonds 1875.
P°- do. do. 188-1.
Do. do do. lbSii.
Norlhacsteru \a. Railroad hmds 21 mortgage
,Do do. do do. .i<l do. endorsed.
Wanted by SASfi EL HARRIS, Jr .
"ITIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA RANK
fe2,CtV TKS fovaalc by THO .T. CAKSDN.
I _ fin Bki'imi.v,. .tf.-. t
1 ON NKU YORK, PHILADEL
BOSTON, RICHMOND PETERSBURG and
t'S .tr r y y THO J - UARsOaN,
—-"--t. 2-4 UHliimore street.
TTNCDRRENT iBANK NOTES ANITDRAFTS
c ' n points South and West, purchased at best rates,
oy r . 9rt t , TH(. J. CAKSON,
bi£ 204 Baltimore street.
"OSOTHER3 BQNINGER,
OFFER FOR 'on
principal cities of Germany, on London, Paris and Am - -:r
2?°t ml.bi tf_
A I^VA.NGES MADE ON BUSINESS PAPER
KA. AND APPROVED COLLATERALS bv
-P™:" THO. J. CABBON
"KANK OF BALTIMORE STOCK WANTED
JNO. S GITTINGS ft CO.,
-pi! 23 South St.
|yTARk_LA.>D SINES.— Maryland a per cent.
a."A lES'.Tibed loan, for sale by
fro.tt „ SAML. HARRIS, Jr.,
Basement I hesapeake liank.
pi-ME PAPER NEGOTIATED by ~
4r.„ SAML. HARRIS & SONS,
i% Baltimore street.
TJ A O. R. R. BONDS 1867 WANTED BY
J*- 9 ' JNO. S. GITTINGS A CO.,
—5?. . 23 South st.
SCtm' OF NEW YJIRK AND PHILADEL
O PHIA INSURANCE COMPANIES wanted b-/
KRKBSAHALL,
MExchange
EXCHANGE.
,■. For sale b F KNOX A CO,
—aula-,. 9 Grocer's Exchange.
TOONS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS BOUGHT
kJrnd sold by j.NO. S. GITTINGS A CO.,
3 29 South St.
MIrSOURj 6A FOR SALEBY
JNO. S. GITTINGS A CO.,
30L L 29 South st.
(VI ENCHANTS' BANK STOCK FOR SALE BY
D'-*-. JNO. S. GITTINGS A Co.,
-J SI U 29 South st.
UMREMEN'S INSURANT . STOCK WANTED
A }>y SAMUEL HARRIS, Jr.,
. J Basenu-ntChesapeake Bank
\fi ARYLAND STOCK 1890 WANTED BY
L'A JNO. S. GITTINGS A CO.,
/COMMERCIAL k FARMERS' BANK STOCK
VJ wanted l-y JNO. S. GITTINGS A CO.,
_ BMf _ _ _ 29 Sou'h at.
I\JKW YORK MARINE INSURANCE SCRIP
. 1 .^ ai r ted by KNOX & CO.,
ap2-tf Exchange Place.
BALTIMORE e PER CT. LOAN FOR SALE
b V SAML. HARRIS, Jr.,
JUI7-tf . Basement Ch< sa-, eake Bank.
\TORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD BONDS
AN wanted by SAML HARRIS, Jr ,
Basement Chesapeake Bank.
.iHtoritßgs.
T?D. U. WILSON,
i-A A TTORNE Y A T LA IT,
No. 14 LAW BUILDINGS,
Corner of St. Paul and Lexington streets, (up stairs.)
mhaily BALTIMORE, MD.
MOSES ENGLEHEART,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 31 SPI RKIER'S COURT,
tKear of the Law Buildings,)
Lixi. OTOS Sinner, UkTWaex CHAaLts AND Se PAVL,
. BALTIMORE.
All business entrusted to his care will be punctually at
tended to. olh-lvr
QHARLES G. KERR,
A TTORNE Y-A T- L A IP,;
OFFICE—No. 31 ST. PAUL STREET,
(BnTwx£.a LSXIROTOR AND SAKATOQA STaikis.)
2"-if Baltimore. Md.
KEROSENE AND PMOTOCEiSJ
O I Ia >V,
MANUFACTURED IN BALTIMORE,
AND WARRANTED EQUAL TO THE BEST
OILS EVER MADE.
BURNING IN ANY COAL OIL LAMP,..
FREE FROM SMOKE AND SMELL.
In quantities to suit the trade,!
and at prices that will enable our customers
to compete with any and all other dealers.
CRUDE OIIiS PURCHASED.
CAPKON * CO., Agents,
tnh27-tf No. 3 Corn Exchange, Wood street.
TX7ALDKN SHAWLS.
„?,4 A. large assortment Ladies' Long and Squat
SHAWLS, in new ana beautiful designs of this celebrated
make —f sale by the Agents.
anS-tr PRICK. PHILLIPS A CO
STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
HUGH SISSON,
COBISSB NC&TH AND liortDMSttf BTBSITB,
Baltimore.
MONUMENTS, GRAVE-STONES. MANTLES,
TABLE-TOPS, TILES for floors, GARDEN STATUARY
Ac., Ac.
MT Foreign and Domestic Marble tarnished the rede at
woe t res. tapl-tf
10,000 gallons bleached Winter Bolar.
6,'JGO gallons bleached Winter Elephant.'
8,00." gallon- unbleached Winter v permi
9,000 Northirest coast Whale.
8,000 gallons pure Cod, and
2,500 gallons No 1 Back.
Landed ana for sale by
J. PAKKHrrRHT, Jr. h CO.,
*ls-tf TH Br-wly's trharf.
ENRY W. JENKINS,
PRACTICAI. CA BT NETMA K ER,
No. 16 LIGHT ST.,
Has on band a largestock of.and is constantly manufactu
ring, every description of CABINET WARE, of the best ma
terials ana workmanship.
HAIR and SPRING MATF.ESSFS, SPRING UNDFH
BEDS, BOLSTERS and PILLOWS of Haircr Feathers IRON
BED3TEA PS. suitable for Hotels, servant., Ac . ja£tf
WM. J. HOOPER & CO., ~ "
CORN KB or Sootn asd PBAVI STBIITS,
MANUFACTURERS OF B B'more,
MACHINE WOVE SEINES
SEINES TANNED, TARREI) AND RIGGEn
DEALERS IN FISHING ROPE, RIGGED,
uio tc rtORKS. UH.I.TNO , SRIVE TWINE. Ac
RENT,—Desirable OFFICES. Appl-
A spß " tf - 61 SECOND STREET
■■ ■„*.• J . rrifirif rrflrrr | ]
fct., for .Salt rolTltiifi
■ !
j *dered <neofth 'h. lit Tn ! . ',*.? " Ufi!n c;r di< cnri
' Po {t rsi! iit r • • • • V€Td • 1 ® '•81
| jjsr^^^a
M, FOR RENT.—HOUSE NO. 21 West
.uedi"V n nc * ? n,i (;rw: - rpn-it-
I s,l ruliil >-dand Staid.. W.?i t"
, t trinL He pti-vntopiLt i . t be r ' n,?l 1w l " • mud
!No 28 B.A K •■.i: Sl'llEEr hL,?n f " r :t Apply :
j street* * ween Charles and Light
j fmt FURNISHED DWELLING FOR RK*PF
| ||>;;i 4 n elegantly furnish, d HOUSE ' '
i JfeJLof the Monument, will e rented to Jmfn S f UH m '
on icaaonab!'* terns. Apply at this office family
| VALUABLE LAND IN ALLEGAXy"' I
COUNTY", FOR SALE
A TRACT OF LAND called TREASURE TROVE
t-ir.inK. ebont SIX THOUSAND ACRES, originally "
to John IV. Pratt, on the.ll day of March, 1801. iio.l r,ii?. i
Veyitl lor the Jlon. Thomas (J. Pratt about the veer bits' I
it is situat.d about IS miles east of Cumberland, on the :
great .Nt onal Hoad wh'ch traverses the property. Wheat
Oats and Indian Corn grow admirably in 'his region. It is'
alfo admirably soiled to Mieep raising. There nru several
harms op' nud and c!ar.d upon the lard and now under
J?, 'he tract, however, is principally worded with large
u.-.k ano - sne ■ imlvr, which can easily he transported over
a road gently sloj-iri to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
and .Sic Bar,imore and Ohio Railroad, which ran within .'1
nines Of Ihesouthe n boundary of the tracr.
9nil i!,, , lpd'! re °Ln e ivT/?a fc i ir , e ? v^r a! remarkably fine
from a <sm u ?i" / different strengths, issuing
with ?*?/?• uf y i, W o a a fe * yards of each other. These
w- th another Su'phur Spring in the same vicinity, have
nt years he-n known and resort d to first hv the Indians
hy tl,e " ,,nttrs *'■ ""-it Rygeian qualities.
3PRT\7' BBh , emoUntain isa Xt ' r y IODINE
k 1 KIM*, which is well known in th- neighborhood ami i
lix°£ to'sult purcir a s"r_':" Ippiy'lo"" 0 SMAU ' FAKMS of
m , ,t AVALLIS k THOMAS,
St. Paul street.
VALUABLE
WATER POWER AND WHARF
AND
StfML,jL F.l R}IS
FOB SALE,
Situated on a branch or 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 is capable
of driving the machinery for a large 1
COTTON MILL
OR A
FLOUH M3X.L
to turn out 2no bbls. flour per day; and the wharf has suffi
cient water to accommodate vessels of 11 feet draught.
A TRACT OF
FIVE THOUSAND ACRES,
in the immediate neighborhood of the well known farms
of Messrs. Cromwell, Linthicam and others, which supp'y
t.ie Ji.l.roore and Philadelphia mar ets so largely with
fruß, most of which i* particularly adapted for Veiret.b'e
B<J j° ins tl u Mi" Seat. A portion of it is
well TIMBERED, and there are many fine sib-s with ex
tensive views. he route or tie
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD
passes through the entire tract.
THIS WILL, L'E DIVIDED INTO
SHALL FARMS
TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
TO WHOM EVERY ACCOM MOD \TiON WILL he GIVEN.
To capitalists Hie above offers a very favorable opportuni
ty for investing t a low rate, in the imm-.diate vicinity of
a large and populous city.
The Mill Seat is offered alone, or with any requi-ed qur-n
--t: yof land adjoining, at low rates. A very liberal charter
from the State of Maryland, which would be tr.'.n f . rred
with the property, offers particular inducements to any
parties desiring to form a company. The present owners
of t e property wou'd be willing to take from quarter to
half of the stock of such a company if required.
Terms will be made to suit the purchase:s. Apply to
ELLAS GLKNN,
f::v j- OR RftNT.
| The large three-story HOUSE, No. 20 North Chark
st.ryet, which would be altered for Store it desired, 01
converted into Ot PICES.
Large l)W ELLIN'.. No. 1- St Paul street, corner of Ran';
for uFFiC -S° CCU,M bS d oar^,n^iOUSC ' a: suitable
STORE AND DWELLING, southeast corner of Court
laud and Saratoga streets.
DWELLING, No. 177 Pratt street, above
STORE xVo 38 North Charles street, lately occupied bv
Mrs. K. U Hughes. DW hLLING above ditto, well adaptcu
•or a i rontist.
P ,'>;VKLUAG HOUSK, No. SH Lexington strivt, we=iif
tp . y . occu l"- : ' 1 tiy Lhtpman as Boarding-house
and Restaurant.
The adjoining HOUSES, Nos. 89 and 91 Fayette street,
ne.n Untiles, one lateiy occupied as Restaurant ttia oti
as an Iron ruundry.
stiq^t on Spring Court, nearCh '.rh-.
Large STABLE and Yard cn Pratt street, near Mcwdrd.
iulbmsDeel.NV^^andsi 13 ° U L ' aroy above Lex
neHrrKtuD l li-!,u V afr l e!t' V(i ' M7 We,t Lexington street,
I>\V LI.I.ING HOUSE, No. 50 Nor til Liberty street, above
Lexington. w yf GLENN, '
No. 8 North Calvert street.
SALE.
J- VALUABLE GDN. RIFLE AND. PISTOL
x.r.. ~ m MA S: l! FAI TORY,
in n, .NK JR THK CiTY OF BALTIMORE,
rb'l iiiv v M , w ; Property known as Melchior's RUN
r ALli r.l, situat d nt.ar Hie Lela'r Road, about five miles
from me city of Baltimore, consisting of
A large thrie-st ry STONK FACI'vRY BUILDING, with
amp.e water and steam power, and alt the Mchiner]r and
}fu'l!'S e s""' r 'Y i or "<! lUH.-.ufa-ture of Uuna, Rifles, I'is
tols and Luisll Arias of every (lesctiptioo
i— ....a ALSO,
new,) containing K lTJomTand KRchen.'
foS" F ms A S 3^r ' cotuialnvf each
ALSO,
A new FRAME STABLE anil all necessary Out Houses,
ri vn H i ,ro f" l 'tv contains about SIX ACRES OF
LANp.,81111 more band can be obtained, if desired.
If not before s Id at priva.e saie, this pionertv will he
dtron a^ U |'\F^ U .AY n i) a in lialtimVre I
to the hi^es^mMde r AY ' ,h,!m,,By OfJU!;e ' o'clock,
Terms of sale m .tie known at the time of ra'e
Apiny to A. HORN & C(> .
Or to w"r>Ki,'r ailStre ' t '
"" 1 n-: Fayette Street."-1
RENT.—A STABLE in the rear of House
JL No 319, West Lexington street, hetween lii e and
Fremont streets, or to GKYF.R A.Wll.i E\-J
No. 122 West L- mi.aid H.'eet.
f? FOR RENT.—WAREiJOUHK .No. Si
I,; Sin-.tli's wharf, to be vacated the 12th ir-stant In-
A. quire of J. G. I.'AKVEY * CO.,
_ 75 Kxcliange Place.
M FOR RENT ON PLEASING TERMS.—
des'i-able -nid commodious two-story
DU LLI.IND, south side of Plrannt, wnod duo
noia obarfes street, lat ly occu' ied by Jas. E. Tyson Kan
Lot 44 feet front by 170 deep. Apply to q
WHITE & ELDER,
ai-29-eoll A Exchange Place.
VALUABLE FARM
TTT IN HOWARD COUNTY.
„..N E AR THE BALTIMORE a\D OHIO RAILROAD
~™s Farm contains TWO lILNDRs i AND t iFI'Y
AOKES of very superior Land, well wooded ami wat r ii.
Las several line buiiuing sites and is ahundantlv suppli-u
r'„! running water It is im.Hed on the
L u.i.y Koaii leading fr m the Fred-rick turnpike to the
ailroad Ihe situation is elevate,-, it has a commanding
view and is per.Vctly li- slthv.
D will ii-- sold in hr,e parcel or divided to suit purchasers
trj terms reasonable.
Apply to W. W. GLENN,
m 7 tf 6 North Calvert street.
TOiiN M. WALKER,
*3 PROPERTY AGENT,
_ , , , NO. 3 SECOND STREET,
Has for gale, FARMS. COUNTRY SEATS. CITY KF'SI
DE--.CF.S. BUH.UINH i OTS and GROUND RESTS •■Vi'-ly
r_ißi UND RENTS FOR SALE—WeII secured
®nl handsomely improved. Three of S3OO each, ni f>,
6 and 7 per cent.; one of S2BO per annum, at 6 per •'•rut.;
Oiieo i 5180 per annum, at percent.; one of $172, at 6k,
percent; two of $ !2), at 7 percent; two of $:•) each at 7
per cent ; foui of 581) each, at 6k; per cejif.; and five of vi>)
A, ;Ch „' a I. 6^A PP J y to H. MaKKJOTT, broker,
So. 24 North Charles street. mh2J-tf
FOR RENT.—WAREHOUSE in Ex
nili cj-ange Place, occupied at present by Messrs. Tailor.
JBeoStbostei *to. Possession-ii cen Ist April ensumv
mhS-'f HK.VItY PIEMAN A SONA
FOR SALE.—A handsome COUNTRY
Mlf-j! T, . near Uatonsville, containing SEVENTEEN
JOtsM.iL ALHLS. >Ol- particulars, apply to
, OQ C. BRLNKMAN A CO.,
ra ''" " aNo. 67 I'rattMreet.
FOR SALE.—Farms, Houses, Country-Seats,
Lots and Ground Kett-s. A fine Farm 1 mi!, from the
Keifiterslown Turnpike, and 10 miles fr< Ir. Baltimore, con
taining 170 acr< s well improved. One of 9t:o acres in Lou
don county, V irgmia on the Loudon and Hampshire KHii
road, lan-i in state of cultivation, buildings first class,
wjU'd Uuivide.l intotwo or more farms if desirtd, pi ice
ss,)cracr-. One of 110 acres on the Western Maryland
laiitoau,9 miles from Baltimore. Apply to
rol 9f tf x. J - ° O'DKI-L,
_mh2C tf N 21 Se.-( nd sti t.
sk* FOR KALE.
A fine young MARK about hands high, five
years old. broken to saddle and harness, out or" a thorough
bred Prince George dam by imported Arabian Im&um.
A LSD.
Aldcrnev Bull CALVKS with imported pedigree, from
dam yielding from to 12 lbs. of Butter when fresh
HAMPSHIRE HOGS.
A fine lot of Hampshire, Chester and white Berkshire
HoGS of both sexes, fcrsaie low.
Apply to JOHN GLEXM,
m7 tf No. 6 North Calvert street.
FOR RENT.—The four-story Brick
tic WAREHOUSE, No. 99South street,( Bov/lyN wharf)*
fcdLhaving a water front on the Basin,McGlure'e Duck in
the rear, and railroad track in the street Apply to
P. MA L< DM k CO.,
jl-tf 83t Wood street, Bowly'n wh;-rf. 1
MFOR yALtf.—The DWELLING HOUSE j
No. 327 West Lexington street, above Chatsworth
Lot 25 by 220 to Josephine street. House tu.lthre
story front and back, with oil the m dern improvercents
and garden in fine order. Apply on the PREMISES from
11) to 2 o'clock. __ ft'2B-tl
MFOR SALE.—A new and desirable
DWKLi.ING on Townsend street, opposite the Me
■ mori-il Church, with all the modern improvemems.
Will be sold a bargain or ex hanged for Railroad bonus
Af>ply to WM. H. MAR JOi T, So. 24 N. Charles st. ft26-tf
OFFICE FOR RENT.—The corner OFFICE
on tirt floor or our now Building, corner of South
street anil hxcharce Place, is for tent. It is well adapted for
a Broker's or an Insurance office, having Vault, Gas and
every ottier convenience. Fctsession can be given about the
Ist March. Apply to C. H. MYKKS & BU(>„
fe7 tf 44 Soutti street.
MFOR I^T—DWELLING No. 77 North
High street, Petween (Jay and Fayette sts., in good
order; will be tented low to a good tenant Apply to
WM. S. CROSS,
ja22 tf corner East Falls and Kas'ern avenues
FUR RENT—The BANKING HOUSE
lately occuried by Josiah T.ee A Co.
E. W YATT BLANCHARD, Trustee,
ja3l-tf NR. 41 St. Paul street,
L" "OTSFOR LEASE.
220 feet on Montgomery street, east of Wiiliasa.
65 feet on North street, north of Eager.
24 feet on Cathedra! street, south of Read.
60 feet on Mad.eon street, binding on the Falls.
Apply to F. K. HOWARD, Attorney,
_ 41 St. Paulstre- t.
mhl-tf Or at the Exchange Offlc-t.
RENT— Larpe ROOM on the first floor
of the Franklin Building for rent; recently fitted up at
much expense, with gas. wat-r, Ac. Also, an adinirdnir
Reom. Apply at SO SOUTH GAT BT. hIS tf
MI WILL EXCHANGE A FINE FARM
near the city, for one near Petersburg, Va. Also, for
sale, small FARMS suitable for Market Gardens or
country Seats: HOUBEB, LOTS and GROUND RFNTS
MFOR RENT—Large Double HOUSE, on
yette° whTchwil^htt°i N < Cl,&rle * street, north of Fa
sii v • I Sl.l o JrS^ re if desired.
^ T 5- o { , t &f 3S
FOR PRESERVING FRUIT—PATENT JARS
for preserving fruit withoat the useof wax or cement
lmple, cheap andiiefflcacious. For sale wholesale and re
Kii by GEJO. HOI.LINB,
14 North Charles street,
•I, in to nrner F.vott,
O L in oon gallons bleached Winter Polar
4,000 gallons bleached Winter Elephant.
SJ)OC gallons Winter Sperm.
Now landing from schr. p K. tf. an<l fo '
sii tf ' 8 Bowly's wharf.
gg * -
Iptrbiu* Steits
CV \URKfi- V i o
L K
Bite °f
JBKeL MORTGAGED PROPFRTy.
Uii'ter a de.re • of th Circuit Co r: for I> ' imorecitv,
trie undo ••gn -1 wi 1 a - pabjv; • . r. n TH t Kan.* y,
the 10:h ihv o July. JHtil. a? * <>' 1 >:k P M .on the premi
se', the TWO OF GKOl'Xi)situate in Baltimore city,
d -scribed as f (lows-:
I.OT No. i it. •ri •* at the corner forme Ibr the !rt?r
sy: ton of the orth si eof Mulberry r< et *nd the cas
I Bi'ii o .s;r - A'r street, • hen siid sire 's are laid out arid
o ' r, ij! "Cjo-ding to the pi a* of suive mde l-v Owen
Boold.n.surye or, In the month <1 Ai ril. 18.'6, nr.d fi'td
R ir C V !' *t-I. i-i aDM Ward et nt.. in the
. • n /') irt or Balt'more ity :.■! . unnin / t? ence north
< " din !° !, : c ' a 1 taof Strieker s\. whcnopeaed I
wliiiJJh 11 ! 'f •i llflt ' ;!n f-et; t.ic ceo—r p rni|-l with
i ' et' St.. as laid (If, rn on sad pint, li-hty feet, o tne
i ' _* f l . alh'.v to >. • lai l out and opened iorthe
I "hen?? , 1 *: i* #< turn*
I re r-iL.i • , L ,P "'''''-".sid of sin ! ihree f „■ Ml ev. and
o ftncn ori ill i f'!.! f' c 11 '' r •' lf '• **. 'Offline
iid fl(W: fi2. Xa , A U>er, ' V M "' : * >' ' Pened as afore
' si'l" of Mnlher ! thence wct on the li eof the north
: ,d T ; f , %&?* "• ei * h ' y " ,o,he
-ien s Vi'i" f 2 , t K i " V ' T "* V' fst of St ' '• kcr ftrcef,
1.01 Ni I U out and openei as Ken ir.m-il iu
formed byM,!, , n t' of fifteen fe. t north of the crrt.tr
street and tie e.-.^T ;t 'S?. l . r ! he r,,r - !i > w '' Mu.i.ertv
aie laid vih and' r ,t ned ht " lc t , ' r st: >' w 'ie said streets
men .ron. din t il Ji3. ,lc .' n >•- of survey
th'fnce T'orth.n i .rulf, V°n f, f >o. l.and rurning
When op-e> HS Hoi down 1 , r o ea? J t ' J?" trick-r street,
at parallel with MulberryltrUl? . ' ? f -7'? f ' e!; then . c |
plat, ei;.'lty f-et. to the *, ' ls on said
thence outfi o . theea*t ', of . a tbrec foot alley;
para!l'd to the line „f Strieker t'tV,' ''."/f' ;,r 'd
h '-i; and thcrcc west. par;;llf| t ( ,' Mi-m , ; fo , re - a 'd. fi teen
sain, eishty f. e,, to th . ph.e E, a'ore
?n*vfut dVofxr M Tists
ftliprrvenien's r.n each )o a "tc W Ihr. t ■-n- itttiV'K
DWU.UKtt, Willi twu story brick hs.Ji building whh
Tax;saocl groun 1 rent will be paid to the day of sa'e
I'errns >n -halfcas. , and th- residue in s.x anu twelve
months, with -nt'jrjst, seemed by noles e d .r-ed to satis
faction or t.ustec. nEXKV > <;' it EY, Trustee
„ ADREO.V ft UO„"
je2s 2;w.->wAdfl v Auctioneers.
| AMES R. CHANGE,
f (I.TB Ab'CTtOiriEß,)
GENERAL OOMM/S.S/IJN hERCJIANT,
Afd Ilealer in all kinds of AUCTION' GOODS, suited to
'' •.11v an ! (.'( untry Aiereh nts, wiioare requested to ex.
amine the same before purchasing elsewhere.
JA MES K. CHAXCE,
.. . . C'otrmission Men bant,
an,i "ones b. E. corner Baltimore and ii-rl-s sts.,
• pates mh
*."^sr.. ;r ''f.'-.h i - :] " •' 'bi-i -' I. 'S. '
& P JANUd ACTUKEI) BY HENRY GAKHJ.E.
J U its If U .. ... WAKF.ROOMS:
No. 15, 17 D(1 19 N. EDTAW STEiKT.
CoaHER Ot Lt 4V. W .* VP F \ 7CTTX BTREKTS.
J KM
toS"> y hi tin i ,Sh - p : lw ' r- ar *d swr-etr.fMß of torse, elasticity of
y e ' ,y ,, JU K - cs 11 ! >r nnoiiicel unrivaled.
■it i . rpuumn—a Ooil — WHS a warded them
1559. ,L Filirofth * Maryland Institute, htid in Oetobe"
Every Piano guaranteed for live years, and a privilege ol
six mca,! - 3 ,nm <•
Jo™pu™ha P s?,;i els^hl're 0 ' 1
S^^h.i , S3. reP3 ' red 1
'IhVHY OAETiIE.
etetmts, Pptma, fct.
f&m rRBSH GREEN AND BLACK TEASTof
IXB 'l the varieties of neh kind, se.'ested f.cm the
JfsCWOT l l°Portatlonsof N#.W 3ROPII A. expressly for the
no. t,o " se „°f k!' v '? faiuihes, tlie quality ( f which can
no- he excelled either n sty - , r m ,k or in ex"'etce fra
grance dor sab- by i; 11. WII KI.A X, No. 142 Bult'e ,
stent, hctwoeil \orth .1.1 Cele ,t *.,■■■ p.- slt'-lf
fiilun|t.i|)i;;rs.
A. BOEN & CO. ~
PRACTICAL
lITHOCS)APHERS
XX.4RAVERS ' Xdl
.XtiS,T3 AS It "5 SeCOND STREET,
r. . . ISA LTI MORE,
r x utc Check, "oter.nd l>r:*."t Bonks.Card?, Certiflcat
Biplnmas, Show Cards for Manufactuivrs, Views, Arc!:it
tural Drawings, Map Plans, Music Titles, Book rlataa, En
yeiopeaand Labels, as t. :w
COMMERCIAL WORK
< f every description. TIM? facilities of our epfahlishmcnt,
'• *"- rfect execution of ev-r,v •iescrii-linn of lithographic
work, are most ample. The earlie<t advantage is taker: of
ail modern improvements, and our personal attention is
given to every hrancli of our art, enabling us to con peto
8U;: .essful.y, m excellcnceof work, as well as moderation in
prices, with any kindred establishment in thecountiy.
ap!7-eotf
DROSS k KREBS, "
8-5 PRACTICAL Lid .SOGRAPBERS, ENGRAVERS,
AND
r.n', OK i'BIN'TEHS.
NO. 101 WK>T h'j ftTBEKT
Pin „ , BALTIXOES7.
LiJl Heads, Check? ,
Bills of Laoij.sr,
Cards,
Circulars,
Maps,
Flans,
Labels, Ac. Tltl ; t 1^ > y' T a *
<Sns, jilles anU fistsb.
/10LTS PISTOLS It I ELKS _ AND
Sv, , • . Snt)T-fitTN3.
u\'! , 'S s . a Jfr.? ! sfP.?y , r ' r CELT'S PATENT KIP.E ARMS
.. A., L FAC fl RING i.u. A arifu -t,.r!< constantly on
hand. Alto, imp .rtcrs of single and dc.thie burr-i
BIRD AMI rtroK fil'X 4.
of which we have an ext-nsive and superior assortment
All grades tor sale low by
E. B. LONEY A CO.,
... .. Nos. 1 and 3 Hanover street,
n " r " trv**t.
llatform Sicalts.
JS MURDOCH'S STANDARD SCALES
FOR HAY AND COAL, put up at abort notice.
L Also, on band, all sizes *.f FLOOR and PORTA
JABLK PLATFORM SCALES, COUIsiVKR SCAI.F.S,
BRA Ms, &c.,of superior quality, and w.. t ntfd durably
correct. JC' iiL. M • S;IJ,
No •,•■ Sr.ntv Cf arii s street.
Carriages.
CARRIAGES.—Wo liaveon hut d, at
iSS2st£tOint If ANL ! I ACTORY AND HE! i SiTC'KY
one of tiie largest and best assortments of CAR*
KIAGES to be f",nd in tie city. fVr>-vi< ir r. rnt of Car
riages are invited t c;.l' arid exairdrt our s;-. -k, a? w.- are
determined tos-ll at r? V.w ra' • s an.* on a-- aocomuiodatintf
terms as any other est .b,;b c;* nt.
MULLMYKR k HCNTSR,
ja2s-tf Corner of Hi.ward and Fr.snklir >s., Baf,
CAKKIAGES 1 CARRIAGES I—IV fl
liftvrn:: t,: v rr tl, ti \ Y STRE! T. thrlnr
;rsst <M.;ort!n.-it of EASIiIti.VA Bl (' t::i: •Ad:• ;! .r.,.ith o
■dew York, all cf the nt-st fashions ai d most approved
styles. The public an- in-, ited to call and examine fur them,
salves; all of which will he ■ .Id ,10 rtajon i'.iie -ei.
.. . iildtß, ftAKillT ft l.' CtbX'.YET.L,
ff ;- Repcinr.g done et the s; ort> st notice. mr:2-tf
CT DRLETT A SON'S
J CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
Xo. .13 No a tii HTUXHT.
Tte undersigned having great!/ e n
i- - barged their premises uud ir. i-- i tl f . ir ' < \!..
ties, beg leave to call tbe attention of the eublic to thei,
extensive stock of every description of OA ;; fi; -d
in tho ni'tirt elegant style and durable manm r, whirl they
are prepared to ••!: accommodatiny te'ms. REPAiRS at
tended to with dif patch and at r.> :<:nrißb}e prict 3
JOHN" crKjiRYT A SON,
N T .>rth "ffv-t.
WI, LINTON,
the old established factory
or!
STONE, EARTHEN WARE.
FIRE AXI) STOVE BRICKS, &c., fto
POTTERY AND SALES ROOM.
CG&tfKX 0? LtXI.N'GTO.V Attn i'iNS tjIItXETS,
3Hltiiuorc, Md.
ALSO, MA N T L FACTCRE
ffffl Ml II SEWIR FIFES.
The great economy in the use of Ih-ee PIPES for Sewer
age will be round to ex,•ee l. by fcr. C.e 11 :e of any other
tna-eiial lor the tame purpo •3. J,;| ctd-rs atldresse,. as
above, will be promptly at,ended to. Goo,is delivered in
the city free 01 charge tr
PERUVIAN GUANO.
We are now receiving from the Agents' Warehouse,
the very best qualify oi' PERUVIAN til A\t >, and arc pre!
pared to supply it in any quantity a! the lowest market
raiee. W. WIIITEI.OCK ft CO.,
m " it 4,, nth street.
TABE£ b. PRATT,
*J COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, &c.
COMMISSIONER TO i'.d.li i dooF ASI "fr
hXOWL'iC iIEXT OF DEKDS. DEi'O&ITP XS, POWERS
Ob ATTORNEY,OIO;her metrumants in ariting.for the
States of
New York, . Miseisrippi, lowa,
Virginia, Arkansas, Wisconsin,
Pennsylvania, T.on-. aee, Michigan,
North Caruliea, Kentucky, Cnre-ticut,
South Carolina, Uhio, New itampt-hire,
Georgia, Indiana, Maine,
Abiboma, Illinois, Nebraska territ'y
Lp£is!nna, Missouri, Florida,
Texas, Ca'.ifornia
_ORiiv.st.rt.er of II 1 : 1 IMtiKe nod CHARLES STRE TS
#'i OLLKOTI d~N AGS NCvT—
V-' J. D. PRATT A CO,
Arepreparod to receive and trant. it Cl* A IMS FOR Tot.
Lit'CllUN in any city orcounty i ■ cr/!:!;
sh Provinces. Being in d>ie. ■ ;et>ra
with reliable Attorneys to e, .">• a . iai
rr effecting speeey Httd promt: i;t>fd*ECTl A are such aa
wiligivecr.t eatisfaetion
OFFICE OF THE MERCA T - ■r ■ .
Kr' f.d .*8 (l'tHVli'A f T
rpHB IMPROVED
A METALLIC LNKSTAML
ruy
OHKAPE3T AND BEST
IN
THE MARKET.
FIGHT .SIZES,]
WITH
SPONGE CUP ATTACHED. ]
Wholesale and retail by
PETER WALTHKK,
*r!B-* 70W. Pratt t . Baltimore,
pETER W ALTHER,
CHRONOMETER MAKER,
;7C West Pratt street,
BALTIMCHI.
AGENT FOR
E. & G. W. BLUNT, New York.
w. BOND A SON.Boston JftSMf
J R. GLONIN6ER & CO.,
• NO. 7 NORTH CHARLES STREET,
Oiler for sale
CHAMPAGNES.—Ch. Karre, Boederer, Ve. Clftauot,
Giesler A Co. The various Heidsieck and other favorite
brands.
MADEIRAS —J. How. March i Co., Welsh Bros, and a
small lot private stock.
Sherries, Ports, Hock and Claret WINES
BRANDlES.—Hennesny in store or bonded warehouse.
WHISKIES. —Old Rye, Bourbon and Scotch.
CORDIALS in Rreat variety.
HAVANA CIGARS, fresh Importations. ap4-tf
HISS & COLE," *
a.™ COMMISSION MERCHANTS, MS
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
Nos. 27 and 29 SOrTH CHARLES
fe22-tf Baltimore.
€3 SHIP CHANDLER AND GROCER
_ AND DIALER IN
HEMP, PATENT CORDAGE, CHAINS, ANCHORS
SPIKES, PAINTS, OILS. NAVAL &TORES OAKUM
BLOCKS, BUNTING, HA YV ROPE, AC.
CORNER PKATT AND SOUTH STUSETS,
- ,UZ4 - T Ba more.
LU K D W A KD ' 8
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE,
in quarts, pints and half pints, for sale at manufaeturera
prices by GEoRGK WARNER,
_mvM.tr Agent fur mnufactitter
AST STEEL BELLS.
\J M. KEITH, JR., k SO.V, Agents, 23 South Chsrle,
treet, have in store a sample of these now celebrated Bells,
made by Nay tar, Vickers A Co., Sheffield. Euvland, to
which they respectfully ask tbe attention of chureh organt
• ations, Are departmtnts. and individuals ihroughout the
Southern and Western States. Bells supp.jed at short no
tice. varying in weight from 35 ibs, to 6-iVj .bs. Prices are
ouly one-third as much as bronse, aDd less than half as
which as composition Beils Circulars .an be Dad on appU
cation ■ n-tf
/IANTON STRAW HATS—
t , TRIMMED AM) U.XTRIMMED.
For sale at low figures b, p o jr LT jjg T 4 MO ALE,
jelO-tf No. 44 West Lomhirrd street.
HP. EVANS,
. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
FLOUR, GRAIN, GUA*NO, (morVoBONKS AND SUPER
No. 114 South Eu™''street! opposite 'Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Depot. Baltimore. Md.
„„ , . References in n * Co.,
Sc&ote.? 0 -' johnTW .Zimmerman.
Je23tf ——
crew of said bark. m2S-lm

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