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" '.BALTIMORE.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1861.
If audacity of statement could be made to ac
complish the same ends as the truth, the adhe
rents of the North might fairly hope to place
themselves and their cause before the world in a
most enviable light. From the beginning of the
revolutionary movement in the South, down to
tlie present hour, the leading Republican journals
and politicians have been striving to mislead the
people of one section by misrepresenting those of
the other. They have resorted to every species of
mendacity which is comprised between a disingen
uous suggestion and a palpable falsehood, in order
to throw upon the inhabitants of the slave States
the responsibility and odium which usually attach
to those who wantonly initiate a rebellion or civil
war. They persistently deny that the Northern
people have been guilly of any unjust or aggres
sive conduct towards the South: and they affect to
be greatly indignant because the latter is now as
serting its righls at the cannon's mouth, rather
than suing for their recognition before the Courts
or Congress. In the face of facts, which are as
familiar as they are undeniable, the supporters ot
the Administration dishonestly reiterate the charge
that the Southern people have refused to seek re- I
dress through the proper channels, and that their
course in this respect is evidence of the unfounded
character of their complaints, and of a long cher
ished determination on their part to overthrow the
Constitution and destroy the Union. The manifest
absurdity and falsity of these assertions have not
prevented them from being repeated again and
again by tlio.-c who are endeavoring to justify
the extreme and uncompromising course of the
North. It is only a few days since Mr. GROW, the
raw Speaker of the House of Representatives, un-
Llushitigly brought forward this groundless accu
sation iu order to reconcile their constituents to
the Banguitiary and fanatical policy on which
Congress was evidently about to enter. Referring
to the Southern revolution, ho said: " Without an
"effort in the mode prescribed by the organic law for
"a redress of all grievances, the malcontents appeal
"onlg to ihe arbitrament of the sicord," and lie pro
ceeded to enlarge upon the necessity of employing
the bayonet to reduce to submission the rebels
who had thus causelessly revolted. It will surely
puzzle any one who is tolerably conversant with
tlie history of the past few yeare to understand
how any man having a decent regard for his rep
utation could he induced to make such a declara
tion; and the fact that it has been put forth hy an
individual who occupies a high official position is
enough to destroy what little confidence the coun
try may stilt have in the integrity of the Govern
ment of which he is one of the advisers. Mr.
GROW knows a3 well as any politician, in or out
of Congress, that his statement is wholly devoid
of truth. We need not refer to the many ef
forts which the South has made to check tlie
growth of tlie anti-slavery agitation, and to
procure some sufficient gnat mi lees against that in
terference with its institutions which was con
stantly threatened from the North. It is enough
to remind our readers of tlie jirocecdings of the
last Congress, which give an emphatic contradic
tion to Mr. GROW'S falsehoods. He himself was a
witness of the earnestness and activity with
which Southern men labored to obtain, through
constitutional modes, the redress to which they
were entitled. Their grievances they had staled
fully and clearly. They complained thai an im
portant law, which had been passed for their pro
tection at the North, was not fairly enforced in
timt section, and was even nullified by State Le
gislatures; and that a decision of tlie Supreme
Court, which defined their rights in the territo
ries, had been repudiated by the party which
would soon assume control of the Government.
They otrovc, tinuugti ine senate Committee, the
Committee of Thirty-three, the Border State Com
mittee, and the Peace Congress, to frame and pre
sent to Congress a scheme of compromise which
would have kept tlie North and South together.
No man doubts, that but for the contemptuous
and arrogant spirit in which Mr. GROW and
his party met these overtures, Virginia, North
Carolina, Tennessee and Arkansas, and perhaps
others of tlie seceded Statis, would have been to
day in what is called the "Union." With these
things fresh in the recollection of the public, do
tlie Administration and its friends really expect to
impose upon the world hy the ridiculous charges
they are now bringing against the Southern
people ?
Wlint sort of an Administration can that bo
■which is founded upon a system of terrorism and
lies? What are we to think of a Government
which, claiming to he conservative of the
Constitution and the laws, coolly undertakes to
vio'ate that Constitution in repeated instances,
and to set aside the laws with impunity ?
If a man were under n solemn oath to re
spect certain ancient landmarks, and immedi
ately thereafter should seek to obliterate those
landmarks, we should call him knave and perju
rer. If the same vow bound him to defend the
possessions of his neighbor, and bo daringly
seized upon those possessions, he is not only per
jured, hut criminal. A packed jury may acquit
him of the crime, and eulogize his good inten
tions; but guilty lie still remains, and guilty he
will continue to be regarded in life and in death,
by all who believe in the sanctity of an oath and
s orn the sophism that we may do an evil thing in
the c-ffurt to promote a good end. A just cause
never yet demanded for its maintenance the
U3e of unjust means; nor do men buttress
an honest argument with falsehoods. If
tried by this standard—and it is the only
one by which we can arrive at a cor
rect decision what sort of a judgment must
right-thinking men pass upon the LINCOLN Ad
ministration? Within the brief period of four
months it has deliberately made more inroads
upon the Jiberties of the people than any Govern
ment short of that of the Muscovite or of the Aus
trian would have dared even to contemplate. It
has built up and put into motion all the machin
ery of a pure despotism. It has its loathsome
tribe of spies—its venal adulators—its military
satraps, and its host of swash-bucklers. It has
the means to do ill deeds, and sanctions the doing
of them, wi thont compunction or remorse. To
baseness and servility it awards places and con
tracts, and titles of honor, and seeks to smother
every bold truth in an atmosphere of lies. There
is not a measure it has undertaken, from the date
of the expedition to Fort Sumter to that of the re
pulse at Vienna, which it has not permitted its
agents to deliberately falsify. The basest fabrica
tions, the most transparent of censorships the
mo3t abominable system of terrorism and repres
sion, the most daring and lawless assumptions
of authority—these are the engines it works with.
Hypocritically feigning a love for the Union, the
man now sitting at Washington, and the
people who elevated him to place and pow
er, have done, and are still doing all that lies
within the compass of their ability to destroy
that Union utterly. They have vilified aud tra
duced, and menaced the South; they have subsi
dized bands of abolitionists to tempt the slaves to
rebel against, or to run away from, their mas
ters, they have held public meetings in various
places to do honor to the memory of that blood
t irsty and fanatical ruffian, JOHN BROWN; tbev
have passed laws in derogation of the material
interests and equal rights of the South, and for
the especial benefit of their own section; and
now that they have possession or the Government
and We proclaimed openly the doctrine of an
"irrepressible conflict," they seek to bring back
by force, into the Union tbose .Southern States
which they have driven out of tha Union,
and which have sought peace, and safety, and
independence, under a government of their own
choosing. The border slave States, denying the
rrr al n . ptllt ° f secession i y pt sympathising
. ff / tllose K riev,ln 3 w ich they had
Buttered in common, earnestly sought to bring
"in a reconciliation between the sections. How
were the, r advances met? With contumely and
derision. Northern insolence would agree to
nothing less than the unconditional return of the
Beceded States into the Union. It J la
intimated that tt.e border slave States' h. -
Bought redress within the Union, should be gel?
erously dealt with. What has been their reward?
Let Missouri, let Maryland answer. Those i
tbeNorth stigmatize as rebels—eitizeng of the Coa
federate States— even when talon with arms in •
their hands, have been released on their paroli; J
whilst our citizens, not because they were actu
ally disloyal and evidence had been given of the
fact, but because, forsooth, it was suspeete 1 they
might have been seized at night hy a
mere military order, and have been incarcerated
in a fortress, to be released whenever it please3the
powers that be to instruct their captors to permit
them to return to their homes—perhaps
a year hence—perhaps never—who knows?—
Yet Mr. LINCOLN justifies even this tyrannical
exercise of power, and an obedient Congress
commends him for the very act for which men less
ductile and more patriotic would have promptly
called for articles of impeachment. We live,
indeed, in evil times, when even the right of peti
tion is railed in qntslion; when the few privileges
that still remain to us are held on sufferance, and
when even churchmen of high standing cry,
"Kill! kill 1" and preach eloquent sermons on the
blessed humanity of a bloody war. Let the South
look to it. Maryland deceived, betrayed, dis"
armed, must writhe beneath the indignities which
are daily put upon her, until the hour of her de
liverance approaches. Every malignant device,
every malicious imputation, she must bear with
as patiently as she may. An insolent so'.dierv in
fest her streets and squares, but they will not he
suffered to remain forever. She must wait—it is
a law of nature that the dawn should follow the
darkness 'She must wait, but it would be re
quiring too much of her to ask her—to forget.
We learn that Mr. GEORGE R. DODGE, of this
city, has received from Gen. BANKS tlie appoint
ment of Marshal of Police, and is about to enter
upon the discharge of his "duties." The proc
lamation of Gen. 8., which will probably he re
ceived before we go to press, has not yet reached
us, but it cannot possibly contain anything which
will relieve this further act of violence and usur
pation from the reproach which attaches to tlie
whole scheme of wrong and outrage of which
it forms a part. Gen. BANKS has, of
course, no more right. to appoint a
Marshal of Police, than a president of a bank or a
pastor to a congregation; and Mr. DODGE de
rives no more lawful authority from his appoint
ment than General BANKS would have, if Mr.
DODGE had assumed to create him a Lieu
tenant-General. The whole thing is insolent,
despotic, unlawful and unconstitutional—an
overthrow of all the forms of free inslitutioas in
Maryland, and a gross and premeditated insult to
the State, the city and our people. If Mr. DODGE
were a Marylander, instead, of being, as lie is,
a Northern man, we might express surprise
at his consenting to take part in tlie degradation
of our community. As it is, we suppose there is
a sympathy between himself atul the appointing
power, which renders the whole thing natural
enough.
We presume that Mr. DODGE or General BANKS
will give notice to our citizens of the mode in
which the functions of the new Marshal are to he
performed. When we understand this, we shall
be ready to discuss the matter farther. It is onlv
necessary, now, to saj', that in presuming to in
terfere with the authority of the Police Commis
sioners appointed under the law of Maryland, both
General BANKS and Mr. DODGE will lay themselves
open to heavy penalties, which we hope to see en
forced. They, and any police force they may or
ganize, will be trespassers, in any attempt they
may make to carry out their unlawful purposes,
and the whole of them may be lawfully dealt with
as wrong-doers, and be made subject to criminal
prosecution and civil rtttion, as we doubt not they
will in due course he taught.
We are glad to be able to say that the appoint
ment of Mr. DODGE was without tlie privity or
consent of the Police Board or the Mayor. This
being tlie case, no money can be lawfully drawn
from the city treasury for the payment of any po
lice force which Mr. DODGE may get up. Tlie old
police, by laking office under liim, would at once
lose all right to their present places, and all claim
to salary—and any disbursements to the contrary,
by any municipal officer or other person, will
subject the party making them to a heavy penalty
for each offeuce.
OUR SOUTHERN ESTAFETTE
[Correspondence of the Daily Exchange.]
We are furnished with the following letter from
an intelligent correspondent, dated
NEW ORLEANS, La., June 25, 1861.
Business of nearly every kind is at a stand-still,
but the community is cheerfully bearing its trials
and discomforts. With a blockade by sea and
river, we are actually overburthened with evu-rv ar
tide of real necessity. Rice 4 cts.j sugar [email protected] cts.;
flour [email protected]; corn 70 cts; meats more abundant, and
at lower prices than for years past, and the whole
ot lexas and Louisiana to draw from. Wo have
;.°i * abso
lutely necessary, blockade to the contrary. Even
guns and revolvers are constantly received. I'rices
consequently, are declining.
We have advices recently of fifteen thousand
Btand of muskets (Minnie) at a West Indian port
doubtless landed by this time in the Confederate
States of America, and plenty more coming. Nash
ville is turning out twelve hundred kegs of powder
a week, with stock on hand to make five hundred
tons. Our army is supplied with six months' pro
visions for 300,000 men. The simple fact is, we
are more than ready for a five years' war, if the
United States Government want to keep it up
Our planters give freely their cr ops of sugar and
corn to our Government for bonds bcarine- 8 per
cent. I take the Treasury notes, as thousands do
throughout the Confederate States of America, at
par, and I expect to do so as long as our Govern
ment require it.
The Government has Rdvieed the State authori
ties to postpone sending more men into Virginia.
We have sent 15,030, and have more than that
number now in the State ready for service. Loui
siana is thus far the banner State for volunteers.
We have, in the neighborhood of Memphis and
Nashville, GO,OOO men to meet the Northern inva
sion via the Mississippi. Texas and Arkausas are
sending 20,000 to relieve Misssouri.
Federal gunboats are troubling us about the I'ass
(Christian), Mississippi City and vicinity. We are
preparing a few vessels of Giddis' lino to defend
those points.
The season is delightful— not very hot—rains
enough for our crops, which, beynnif all former
precedent, are luxuriant. The city" is healtbv, with
every prospect of continuing so.
June 13th was set apart as a day of humiliation
and prayer. It was rigidlv observed. I never saw
a Sabbath so solemnly kept! Jew and Gentile
united. Every church was opened, and the people
really humbled themselves. We believe nur cause
to be just, and, according to God's word, we look
for a blessing. He will conquer for us. Not a fear
or doubt crosses our minds, fir our firm reliance
upon our Father's help gives us courage and confi
dence. i>
[Correspondenceof the Daily Exchange.]
ALEXANDRIA, July 3.
Military discipline appears to have been much
relaxed recently. The soldiers are frequently
drunk and disorderly, and it is now not an unusual
sight to see them staggering and falling in the
streets. A few evenings since a party of drunken
Boldiers insulted and pursued two of the most res
pectable ladies of our city, who were promenading
the pavement in front of their dwelling. The rul
fians were promptly chastised by the friends of the
young ladies, who came to their rescue. One of the
officers of the company to which the soldiers be
long discovered such a want of appreciation of the
outrage which had been committed, that the indie-.
I°n % a j )rother of the ladies was expressed
by a hostile demonstration, which was meekly en
dured by the degenerate son of Mars. Outrages on
the part of the Boldi. rs are not unusual. A day or
two since a party of them went to Ibe residence of
Mr. Charles -Newton, in the neighborhood of Falls
Church, where there were at the time several sis
ters of the editor's wife, and ordered the ladies to
leave immediately, as it was a desirable place for
the accommodation of the troops. The ladies were
not permitted to take anything with them hut a
lew articles of apparel-not even the ornaments
on the centre-table, but were brutallv driven ont
or their own house and obliged to walk for miles to
a neighbor for shelter and protection. C.
POLAND—A PARALLEL.
The correspondent of the London Daily New,
writing from Warsaw on the 11th nit ,'says:
Ihe situation is beyond expression sad and depress
ing, and offers no prospect of a reasonable issue
We see every day proofs of the most ridiculous
arbitrariness on the part of the authorities in sup
pressing and persecuting evervthing that bears the
stamp of patriotism.
BAYONET GOVERNMENT.
theYi eved^ rraD £ emen,s 01 the with
we see nothing,",. "" e9t, ; r >g order in the country,
of this is in thLntire 0 lo a s3onnfl hy ' The f J' e3t P ro °f
the authorities and thefr denenH*"?® ?" the ,P\ rt " f
ported by physical force. - alwa .f ß tu P"
In my last letter I told you of the numerous n
rests of people who wore the ezamarka, or Pnlu'h
t°nic. They were afterwards liberated in conse
qnence of the demands of the citizens.
TROOPS IN THE CITY.
Certain changes have taken place in the encamp
ment of troops in the streets; the theatre has been
evacuated, and the troops that were in it have gone
to the Castle Terrace. There is no prospect of the
soldiery leaving the streets, indeed more are ex
pected.
RESPECT FOR THE LAW.
Gen. Wagner having ordered the presiding judge
at Piotrkow himself to bring the official reports,
[ which the judge flatly refused, he sent Beveral po
licemen, who, after tying the judge's hands and
feet, brought him before this military despot. Im
mediately a special communication of this shocking
outrage was forwarded to the Marquis Wielopolski,
at Warsaw, (the new minister appointed by the
Czar,) but no notice appears to iiave been taken of
it, showing that the noble marquis only possesses
and exercises bis unlimited powers for the sake of
upsetting and contusing everything.
RIGHT OF PETITION.
n u re ?'dent of the Police at Czenstochowa,
urochowski, a creature of Mucbanow, being very
much hated by the inhabitants for the many and
unceasing ebuses of his authority, a numerously
signed requisition for his removal was taken by
four respectable citizens to Messrs. Laszezvnski
and Gocewicz. They were sent away withoit an
answer and after their return to Czer.stochowa,
arreated and conveyed, under a very strict escort
to Warsaw. This gives a fair idea of the right of
petitioning, which, it is said, will be conceded to
us, and what consequences await those who would
dare complain to the government against itsconfl
aential officials.
NOCTURNAL DOMICILIARY VISITS.
Laßt night the police entered the apartments of
re".™!?' ,nd ™ ade " Btrict Bearch after some cor
ceMful. * nocturnal vit proved unsuo
; DF.ATU OF THE LORD CHANCELLOR OF ENGLAND.—
| The Great Eastern brings us news of the death
| ol another eminent Scotchman, John, Lord Camp
hell:
I . e r w " born September 15, 1781, at Springfield,
in rtfeshire, Scotland, and was consequenily in ids
eightieth vear at his death, lie was the second son
of Rev. George Campbell, a Scotch clergyman of
ancient lineage, and was educated at the Univerity
of St. Andrews, with a view to clerical pursuits.
Ibe great Dr. Chalmers was bis classmate. He
chose the law as his profession, entered as a student
at Lincoln's Inn, in 1800, and was called to ihe bar
in 1806. While pursuing bis studies he supported
himself by writing reports and theatrical criticisms
lor the London ilorntng Chronicle. He soon got a
considerable practice, being known as an industri
ous and pains-taking lawyer; but he found time in
his earlier years to publish reports of the most im
portant casesdeciaed in the courts of King's Bench
and Common Pleas, and thus made himself a name
and a place amoDg advocates.
In 1821 he married the daughter of Sir James
bcarlett, afterwards Lord Abincrer. Heing a strong
whipr, he was not liked by the tory Lord Eldon, and
it was not till 1827 that ho was invested with the
silk gown of a king's counsel. In 1830 he was
elected to the House of Commons; in 1832 he was
made Solicitor General, and in 1834 Attorney Gen
era!.
Losing the office on the dissolution of the Grcv
Ministry,iu November, 1834, he was sent to Parlia
ment as member lor the city of Edinburgh, which
he continued to represent until June, 1841. Mean
time, in 1835, he had again became Attorney Gene
ral, which office he held till, in 1841, he resigned
to accept the Chancellorship of Ireland and an Eng
lish peerage. He held this office but three months,
when he resigned, with the Melbourne Ministry,
and retired with a pension ol 520,000 per annum!
His wile had previously been created a p.eress in
her own right—Baroness Stratheden.
From 1841 to 1846 his public duties were limited
to the exercise ot his judicial functions in the House
of Lords and in the Privy Council. In 1846 his
party returned to power, and he was mado Chan
cellor of the Duchv of Lancaster. Meantime, he
bad devoted his leisure to the preparation of a work
on "The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers
ol the Great Seal" ol England, which was followed
in 1849 by "The Lives of the Chief Justices of Eng
land," the last volume of which appeared nearly
four years ago.
In 1850, when in his seventieth year, ho accepted
the Chief-Justiceship of England, which he resigned
on becoming Lord Chancellor in 1859. He was"pro
miuent in the House ol Lords for his efforts to have
Ihe laws simplified; was noted as a clearheaded,
shrewed and conscientious man, with a remarkable
plainness of manners, which procured him the
name, "Plain Josh Campbell." He was always in
dustrious, and had to the last irnmenso capacities
for work.
He leaves two gons and four daughters. Ilia eld
est son and successor to his peerage anil titles was
born in 1824. N. Y. Port.
THE NEW LINE OF STEAMERS BETWEEN FRANCE AND
AMERICA.— The Paris correspondent of the Newark
' (N. J.) Daily Advertiser writes:
The project of establishing lines of French mail
steamers to ply between Havre and the United
States is at last on the point of being realized
The question of accepting certain propositions
submitted by the General Maritime Company of
France, has received the favorable attention of this
Government and the sanction of the legislative
body. Two lines are authorized—one direct to
New York and the other to the Antilles, touching
at some Southern port of the United States not
yet determined upon, and left in abeyance until
the close of the existing war. According to the
estimates presented to the Corps Legislatif, the
amount of capital to be invested iu these two lines
by the General Maritime Company, is to be fifty
seven millions of francs, or about $11,400,000; of
which sum 18,600,000 francs are to be advanced by
the French Government. The whole enterprise is
guarantied by the industrial association known as
the Credit ilobilier, of which the Maritime Com
pany is merely a branch. The line to New Y'ork
is tu consist of five steamers, each provided with
engines of 850 horse power; that to the Antilles,
of six steamers with engines of CGO horse power.
The rate ot speed to be maintained is respectively,
11% and 10% knot 3 per hour. Another separate
and distinct line to New Orleans is to be estab
lished whenever the events passing in America will
permit of the undertaking; and the commission of
the legislative body charged with the examination
of the subject stated in its report that it would ul
timately become expedient to include the ports of
Norfolk and Savannah in the general project.
TIIKEE MONTHS \ OLUNTEERS. —The correspondent
of the N. \\ Expiree* says all the regiments' time of
enlistment expiring between the 20th instant and
August 2d is as follows:
Keglments. Location A T o. Mm.
Fifth, Col. Scliwartzwaelder, Washington 983
Col. Plnekney, Annapolis 784
Eighth, Co!..l.yons, Arlington Heights.. 1.090
Twelfth, Col. Butterfield, Washington 1.113
Thirteenth, Col. Smith, Baltimore HBO
Twenty fifth, Col. Bryan, Arlington 980
sixty-Ninth, Col. Corcoran, Arlington Heights.. 1,188
Seventy-first, Col. Martin, Navy Yard, Wash'n 1,072
, Total New York 8,195
One Rhode Island regiment 7t;o
Two Massachusetts regiments 1 890
District Militia ' 4,990
BREECH-LOADING MUSKETS. —Messrs. \Testley
Rogers & Co. are at work for the British Govern
ment on breech-loadiDg muskets Willi Whitworth
barre's. These muskets have an accurate range of
1,200 or 1,300 yards. They are of the same length
as the Lnfield rifle, and of equal precision with "the
. i^a 0T . {h - The threc K reat Prizes at the Nation
al Rifle Association were all won with these breech
loaders. This firm makes also a cavalry carbine
which weighs only six pounds, and which has an
accurate range of 1,000 yards.
Armstrong guns in British war-vessels are gradu
ally replacing the old smooth bores. The Marl
borough has been ordered to receive nine Arm
strong guns, eight 40-pounders in place of 32's, and
a 100-pounder on a revolving carriage, in place of
ft CB-pounder. Vast stores of rifled ammunition
are being accumulated at Woolwich and at the
uaya. arsenal*, tqr. .JmjWliftjcclion „ rfre d against
the Armstrong gun, that the lead flies off from the.
shot in its flight, does not apply to its use on ship
board.
ANCIENT CITIES DISCOVERED.— Mr. Gntham, en En
glishman recently returned from the East, in a re
port to the Royal Asiatic Society, gives an account
ot five ancient cities, deserted and forgotten, which
have been discovered in the Great Desert beyond
the Jordan. They were found as perfect as if the
inhabitants had just left them, the houses retaining
tneir massive stone doors. In one of the cities is a
large building like a castle, built of white stone,
beautifully cut. Further eastward other places
were found where every stone had inscriptions in
an unknown character resembling Greek.
A mad dog was killed on Monday afternoon, in
I hitadelphia. The animal is reported to have bit
ten three persons.
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TIIK DOLLAR WEEKLY EXCHANGE
was issued on SATURDAY, the 7th f July With a
view to increase alike its popularity and its usefelness,
ITS COLUMNS HAVE BEEN ENLARGED
AND
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.
The contents of the DOLLAR WEEKLY EXCHANGE
embrace a constant variety of choice and interesting
Articles on the Existing Topics of the Day.
AND
MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS,
drawn from original, domestic, and foreign sources
EDITORIALS
from the DAILY EXCHANGE, on
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 or 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 wiil con
tinue to he, 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
I copy, six months
j'* " " " " " 10.0
2' " " " " " 20.00
Address KERR A CO.,
"Daily Exchange," Baltimore, Md.
NEW GOODS.
GABRIEL D. CLARK,
Has for sale ev riptionof fine WATOHIS, JIWELRT,
SiLvaa AND PLATID ,V ABS at hia store, corner of Calvert
and Watecstre s. <UO-tf
DR. A. A. BLAUDY,
ART.HH BUOOKSBOB TO DR O. A HARRIB,
IT NOIIR CUIUI inaai,
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, JOJLY 10, 1861.
MARINE
AND FIRE INSURANCE POLICIES
ISSUED IN
111 YORK IRSDRAICE COHPAIIES.
OR IN
VIIM mSRIAICE COMPAIIIIES.
AS APPLICANTS MAY PREPER,
AT
JOHNSTON'S
INSURANCE ROOMS.
73 and 75 Second street.
NEW YORK INSURANCE COMPANIES.
LORILLkRD INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, Assets..
PIIENIX •< .. ..
RESOLUTE
MONTAUK •' " " < .... 2IH),II00
VIRGINIA INSURANCE COMPANIES.
INSUANCE CO. OF THE STATE OF VA $380,000
LYNCHBURG H. and F. u ooo
ALBEMARLE • 200,000
JAMES RIVER ,57(03
JEFFERSON " " 150,000
POLICIES I3SUED UPON
APPROVED MARINE AND FIRE RISKS
WITHOUT
THE DELAY OF CONSULTING THE HOME OFFICES}
THOS. D. JOHNSTON,
DULY AUTHORIZED AO EST.
Baltimore, May 25,18G1. " m27th- e otf
CASH
SYSTEM.
A DISCOUNT
ALLOWED
ON ORDERS FOR COAL
PAID FOR .AT THE TIME THE ORDEH IS LEFT
J. HENRY GIESE 4FC CO.,
OFFICE NO. 9 SOUTH STREET.
THE SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD FOR SALE.'AS
USUAL
YEDDO TEA — A delightful article, part of the
FIRST IMPORTATION FROM JAPAN, just received and
for sale by QP.EEN A YOE,
oSMf taw KaitiEiorc a t re st
LADD, WSSSTKR A CO, b
IICHT-STITCM
SEWING MACHINES
FOR FAMILIES AND MANUFACTURERS
NO 131 HA!. TIMOR! BTRSIT
sibtf Between Calvert and South streets.
ECONOMY ! ECONOMY ! i
A DOLLAR SAVED IS TWO DOLLARS MADE.
This can be done by purchasing Wood already Sawed an
Split, at Office of City Steam Fire Wood Mill,
No. 3 NORTH RTRIIT.
■M" JAMES H. JOHNSON.
PATENT
SHOULDJWR SEAM
SHIRTS I
SHIRTS!
SHIRTS!
PERFECT FIT WARRANTED OK NO SALE.
Unequalled by nay.
NEW STYLES Of FRENCH BOSOMS;
EMBROIDERED BOSOM SHIRTS.
FINE LINEN AND MUSLIN SHIRTS
MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
COLLARS, TIES. STOCKS
GLOVES AND HAI.F-HOSE.
SHIRTS. aA ™™IEFS
W. P. TOWLE3 & liRO.,
PATENT SHOULDER-SEAM" SIIiRT MANUFACTORY,
I*s illUttior street.
Under Carroll Hall,
SOLE AGENTS FOR J NO. OLAKit, Jr., A CD'S MA
CHINE OOTTON, A!.>,
PATLCNT FI.OOW ÜBEZ-LKT, O>S •
NUTRITIVE CREAM FOP. 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 safety and answers ail the purpo
sc-s of Pomade and Oils, without producing that greasiness
so common to many hair preparations. Prjnareil.W)ly be
Pharmaceutists,
mli2o-tfr 88 North Charles street.
EMPORIUM OP ART.
JAMES FRYER invites attention to the very extensive
assortment of now :n store, suitable for
every position ami of all sizes.
Mantel Mirrors, Pier and Wall do.* oval and square
Cornices, Tables, BrackvU, Consols, Ac., at unequalled
prices
The latest English and standard French Engravingsal
ways in stock.
Particular and undivided attention is given to the depart
raent of PICTURE FRAMES. Also, frames for Miniatures
Photographs, Portraits, Ate.
FRYER'S Galleries,
No. 31 South Calvert st*ect
IMPORTANT TO EOUBEKBKPBBB
To know that they can save money by purchasing Wood
already Sawed and Spiit, at office ofCity Steam Fire Wood
Mill,
So. 3 No*'/?) BTREIT
10-U JAMRR H. JOKNBOTf
ESTABLISHED IN 1837.
TO CASH PUR;CHASERS.
BRANDIES, GIN, WINES, &C.
or all brands and vintages, in Custom-House Stores."
IN STORE,
A large stock of STRICTLY PURE OLD R""
KIES from distillers of high reputation.
The undersigned respectfully invites exar of his
stock, which he offers atvery low priees for quanti
ties to suit buyers. THOS. Th .'SON,
jKI4 - ;!m 29 South Gay street.
TO CASH PURCHASERS.
250 CASKS SCOTCH AND ENGLISH ALES.
r T. ou " fr< ; r ' s Tennants, Strong and Marzetti A Sons East
India PALE ALES. Single cask at $1.60 per dozen. Five
casks and over at $1.50 per dozen. Tne are of direct
importation, of superior qualities and in fnc condition.
For sale by THOS. THOMPSON,
Commission Merchant,
jeU-3m 2 9 South Gay street
KINDLING WOOD ! KINDLING WOOD I I
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD OF ANY SIZE,
At Office of City Steam Fire Wood Mill,
No. 3 NORTH STRSST.
JAS. H. JOHNSON
MERRILL'S BREECH-LOADING RIFLE, !
MERRILL, THOMAS H CO..
, mh2s-tf a 239 BALTIMOBK STREBT. :
CRICKET AND BASE BALL
■ IMPLEMENTS. t
; MERRILL, THOMAS A CO.
; tch2s-tf 239 Baltimore street. I
• FISHINO TACKLE.
MERRILL, THOMAS & CO., i
• mh 8- 239 BALTIMORE 3TREET. :
ROOFING 1 ROOFING 1! ROOFING 111
ECONOMY, DURABILITY AND SECURITY
WARREN'S
FIRE AND WATER PROOF
FELT AND COMPOSITION ROOFING
Unrivalled by anythingyct discovered for Roofing purposes!
PRPEOTLY FIRE PROOF,
PERFECTLY WATER PROOF.
UNEQUALLED FOR ECONOMY,
UNRIVALLED FOR DURABILITY,
ADAPTED TO EVERY CLIMATE
For farther nformation address or call on
JAB. H JOHNSON,
No 2 Jaryis Building, cor. North and Baltimore its,,
JyM-tf Baltimore
PARKER BROTHERS' LONDON CLUB] SACCB This
celebrated Sauce is fast superseding all others. From the
richness and delicacy of its flavor, it has attained a popu
larity almost as great in this country as in Europe. For
sale by all first-class grocers and by their agents,
GREEN k YOE, Importers,
kioSl-tf 88 West Baltixaor street.
D. 11. STILTZ.
GALLERY OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
5 N. CHARLES STREET,
Jall-tf OPPOSITE ST. PAUL'S CEUBCH.
REMOVAL OF
WHBELKB & WILSON'S
SEWING MACHINES.
AT REDUCED PRICES,
with
Glass Clcth-Presscr,
Improved Loop-Check,
new style
Hemmer, Binder, Corder, Ac.
Office No. 214 West Baltimore street,
next door to Cortlan A Co.
akßtf W. MERRILL, Agent.
ISRAEL & CO.
IVORVTYPES.
WATER-COLORED
AND
MEZZOTINT
PHOTOGRAPHS
•ul4-tf IIS BAITIMOR* RTR*IT<
INTERESTING TO PURCHASERS OF FINH WATCHES.
William Dixon's, London, and Jules Jurgensen's, Copen
hagen WATCHES: Eugene Bregnet's NICKEL WATCH
CLARK'S BALTIMORE WATCHES, the best Time-Keep
ers, for sale by GABRIEL D. CLARK, corner of Calver
and Water streets. Importer of Fine Watches, Jewelry, Gold
Chains, Silver and Plated-Ware „ecoultre's Swiss Ra OK
and Strops, Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles, to sui i si
ages. New goods now in store. Purchasers will pleaseca
Notice—Store CORNER CALVERR AND WATERSTS
Baitimoie alB-l
RE MOV AL.
WILLIAM F. OWENS'
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE
AND
SHIRT MANUFACTORY,
owinff to the pre3'*nt condition of affairs, lias been moved
UP STAIRS, lover No. 205 P.ALT J MORE STREET, first
floor,..where my assortim-nt of (Joods will bp complete and
attractive, and my
SHIRT DEPARTMENT
as EFFICIENT as heretofore, and owing t) reduction in
my expenses, I have reduced the price ot my best quality
ordered Shirts from thirty dollars to twenty-four dollars a
dozen. W. F. OWENS,
jc2!i-tfr UP STAIRS, 2(5 BALTIMORE ST.
BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY'S COAL.
REDUCTION IN PRICE.
I am now receiving regularly my supplies of this cele
brated COAL, and am enabled to effrr it to consumers at
very LOW PRICES. In view of Ihe present unsettled state
of affairs, and the possibility of shipments being cut off,
I would recommend consumers of Coal to lay in their sup
plies at once.
A s no Cumberland Coal is now c ciing to this market,
I would recommend the use of my Coal as a substitute for
steaming and other uses. I shall keep a large supply con
stantly on my wharf.
R. W. TYSON, Sole Agent,
No. 3S Second street.
For the quality of tire Baltimore Company's Cca! for
steaming purposes, I respectfully refer to the following
parties:
Messrs. Dougherty, Woods k Co., Baltimore Steam Sugar
Refinery; Samuel T. Pearce, Esq., Agent Ciomwill's Line
Steamers; A. L. Huggins. Esq., Boston Line Steamers.
Mc-srs. il. Abbott A Son, Canton Rolling Mill.
Murray & Hazlel.urst, Vulcan Works;
And Steamboats generally. ivStf
AUGH'S it A W-iiON K PHOSPHATE is a
perfectly reliable crop prolncerand improveref the
son. i; or sale in strong sacks of 169 lbs. eaeh.hv the sank
of . °" GEO. DUGDALE, Sole Agent,
• 00. 4 Spear's wharf, up stairs.
FOR BUCKWHEAT Baiiffh's Raw -Bone Plios
p: nte is especially adapt*.] It giv.s a large yield of
grain and letvt the soil in good con i:i m. Fir sale by
GEO. DUGDAI.E,
Jy !" " No. 4 Spear's wharf.
D AUGH'S RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE is made
J.J from pure bones, containing all their original animal
matter, ibis accouuts for the high repu.a'ion of this ferti
ivm if x. ,; :Y DCGDALE, Agent,
. • 1 .No. 4 s wharf, up stairs.
FOIw TURNIPS Uaugh's Raw-Bone Phosphate
has no superior. It cause" them to grow rapidly, large
anu solid. Farmers, give it a trial. For sale by
. GEO. DUGIIALE, Agent,
- ."• N0.4 Spear's wl.arr, upstairs.
GO BBLS. HESS PORK just received, for sale
,y by A - WEBB & BRO.,
11 . corner Pratt and Commerce sts.
£TA BOXES SHIBLITO'S OBRINE BUAP,
C'' just received and for sale by
~ A. L. WEBB A BRO.,
. corner Pratt and Commerce sts
IJEEF, PORK AND BACON.
1 o lr ? ss an,i No 1 Mess and Prime Pork and Shoul
ders, Sides and Hams, Bacsn, in store and for sale bv
~ A. L. WEBB A RftO.
" corner of Pratt and Commerce sts.
PROVISIONAL ~~
HO hhds Prime BACON SHOULDERS.
I'M) do. do. do. Sll>ErA.
6,000 small size HAMS in yellow canvass.
2 W hhds. Bulk SHDrLDKP.S,)
2'o do. do. SIDES, >in prime crder.
101 do. dn HAMs. j
150 bhls. MI'SS POHR.
a SO do. PRIME do.
Sno hbJg and tierces strictly Prime LARD.
In store and l r sale by
. olft , D. J. FOLEY k BRO.,
■H* No. 50 South street.
DISSOLUTION OF COLARTNBRSHIP.— fiTe
heretofore existing under the firm of J. A
i'thp'r vdi f i'ii 13^13 - d ? v (I r >olvta by mutual consent;
either part-, will sign in liquidate n.
* | . , , B „, JAMFS GTHVIN,
July Ist, 1861. j il. GfRVIN.
JAMES Al. GIRVIN vffll continue business on bis own
account. jvR-3t*
P~ ROVISI ON3,~£CL ~
1"0 casks Prime WESTERN HA CON SIDES
50 do. do. do. do. SHOULDERS.
100 tierces choice Sugar-cured HAMS.
10.) do. do. Leaf Lard.
100 barrels RU MP PORK.
50 do MESS do.
300 boxi s Adamantine CANDLES.
f br t J alcby I'HAKKLEY & KENTON,
jyo " corner Baltimore and Paca streets.
jjUPuNT'S POWDER AGENCY.
SPORTING,
BLASTING.;
AND SHIPPING POWDER,
For sale at Manufacturer's prices, by the Agents
A. L. WEBB ft BRO.,
" s '" r corner Pratt and Commerce streets.
OAS FIXTURES!
NEW STYLES i I
NEW STOOL ill
COR'ILAN A CO.,
WON. 216, 218 BALTIMORE STREET,
Have now on hand one of the handsomest collections of
OAS CHANDELIERS
to be found in this country, every grade: Four-Light Chan
deliers complete with Shades f 410, to Ten-Light Chand
:!ers at £250 each.
Very beautiful Library, Hall and Dining Room
CHANDELIERS.
Parlor, Drawing-Room and Oha ber
BRACK ETS.
READING LAMPS,
DROP LIGHTS,
FIRE PliiiO# SHADES
WAX TAPERS AND KEF 3,;
AND HOLDERS, Ac., Ac,
Any cf which will be sold upon as good ternm a th, — m
quality goods can be bought in any of the Eastern markets.
CORTI.AN & CO.,
Importers and Dealers in Gas Fixtures,
French and English China
and House Furnishing Goods
n2Vtfr of every description.
NEWEL POSTS AND BALUSTERS;
Brackets and Moulding for sab* cheap by
. - GKO. O. STEVENS,
ph-7-trr West Pratt street.
900 BIJ SHELS PRIME CLO7ER3EED, just
v* " ' received and for sale by
OARR. GIRBE A CO ,
100 .BUSHELS PRIME TIMOTHY SEED
A" ' ju9t received and for sal aby
G'AKR, GIESF k CO.,
AND EXTRA KLOUR, just received
and for saie by CAKR, Gife.SE A CO.,
AND WHITE KEANS for sale by
" CARK, GIESE A CO.,
- 2l_S pear's wh*rf.
RO&ENDALR CEMENT, for sale in lots to suit
purchasers, by CAKR, GIESE A CO..
re *- a tr 21 Spear's wharf.
%
DR. W. CCLLEN DUNNAVANT,
DENTIST,
Wo. 87 North Charles street,
BALTIMORE,
tel " tflf Md.
C. GUIs;
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Comer of Howard and Fayette streets
Cutler Howard Bunk.
u??P^!; antl ?s?. h; ' n o "fiae assortment of CLOTHS, CASS!.
EiLP. K . - ESTINGS of the lateststylee anil patterns.
A call li rti>wtfnllv qnltaital. n j!s tr
FFFMP ROBERT LAWSUN,
SADDLE, TRUNK, HARNESS AND
COLLAR MANUFACTURER,
* n.. w .t,W% E3AI ' K AN " REI'AIL,
277 BALTIMORE ;> I , between Hanover anSharp streets.
Merchants and Wholesale Dealers are ; nvited to call and
examine my stock before making purchases, being prepared
v#'psc?ii ia * t,,ey can be Purchased i" any f the
OK K A STERN CITIES, and I PLEDGE
S ' Yse LF ro DUPLICATE ANY litl'l. marls i n those
clt ' e JL-, E'ease call and satisfy yourselves of the fact.
iJS&ftS&lg*** ° F J ' K " I,ItiK^ S
CALVERT STABLES.
,V CY :, 1 * oß 'd respectfully inform ray Mends and
the public that I have taken the Calvert Stabh-s. and will tr
pleased to furnish, on reasonable terms, super .or Coaches
Laleehes, Buddies, Re.
Funerals attended to in the best manner.
ta"The best attention paid to livery and transient horßet
JAMES 11. STEWART,
, , Calvert Stables, Calvert street,
lel-tr Oppositefiity Spring.
MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO
HAVANA CIGARS,
VIHGDJIA SMOKING TOBACCO, &c.
~W ev o ffei' 'o.'hetradeourlarKcand well assorted stok
tbeahnve articles, including: •
PACKAGES OF MANUFACTURED TOBACCO
standard and popular brands, comprising every
description of style and duality. We would invite attention
particularly to our stock of EXTRA FIN* and FANCY Tobac
cos, which is unsurpassed.. As we are Agents for the lead
mg Manufacturers of Virginia and North Carolina, we are
constantly receiving fresh supplies of all kinds or Manufac
tured Tobacco, and are prepared to answer orders to anv
extent. J
o£f| CASKS CONNECTICUT
wu SKKD LEAP TOBACCO
I^B^LHfHAVA'NAI^r^TA^CO.
of our own importation, comprising choice wrappery deccrip*
tiou, and very superior high flavored fillers.
CUBA AfSD YAKA LEAF TOBACCO.
* supply always on hand adapted to the wants of the trad*
VIRGINIA SMOKING TOBACCO,
In barrels, half bbls., and bales of 10 lbs. each
TURKISH SMOKING TOBACCO,
I Of superior quality, in drums ofl and lolbs.each.
,/>Q(),()()(! HAVANA CIGARS, of well known ami
. , . ™ very Popular brands, and every variety o<
"tyle, selected in Havana expressly for us, and of our own
■ mnortation. We are prepared to execute with dispatch
orders to any extent for any of the brands manufactured at
Havana.
CEAS. D. BEFORE & CO.,
nlK-tfr 37 S. Guy airaat.
ORDERS FOR PURCHASE
OR SALE
BONDS AND STOCKS
In New York,
EXeCUt QI t i r D O IfRVLETE a A 1 WHITRIDGr ,lßnU '
mhSO-dtfr 61 SECOND STREET.
Boors, SHOES AND GAITERS,
CHEAPER THAN EVERI
•AT THE SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
88 WEST BALTIMORE STRSET,
between Gay and Holliday streets.
The undersigned takes this method of informing his
Fair an dW i nter'qT< u''N '* h ° is , aell ' n K the balance of his
.* ' , Wmter STOCK at much reduced prices, to make
room lor a large and select stock that 1 am now manufac
turing, suitable for Spring and Summer of French Calf
I rj?h£°l T3 A SH „ OES v. Sn Aa ( I AITERS French Patent
™ h! ' do. do., French Kid do. do. By a particular
method of measuring 1 am enabled to fit the most tender
Tit!i y £? n ar ™ y work without any difficulty,
♦•li liberal patronage I have received and
still manufacturing in the latest improved style. A call is
respectfully solicited. p. GAHAN,
fe2R-tf No. 83 West Baltimore street.
THO. J. CARSON,
R A NKE R,
Wi BPY and SELL DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, all kinds
CONCURRENT BANK NOTES, and GOLD on best terms.
V IRGINJA and NORTH CAROLINA currency wanted
mIH-3mr
GTEIND;
• ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT
Southwest corner of Charles and Fayette streets
_SML Entrance on Favettae' tree I
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES oraifda".
scriptloos for sale by
Bk - 6 ?pj>. BTEVFJ4B.
47 West Pratt street.
linkers anb pickers.
MCKIH & CO.,
33 A. IST TSL 33 3P£. ® ,
CORA If A OF BALTIMORE AND BT RAUL STB
MAKE COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY THROUGHOUT THE
UNITED STATES AND CANADA.
UNCCRREVT BANK NOTES AND CHECKS PHR.
CHASED UPON REASONABLE TERMS. mhftf
HCKIM & CO.,
IB JSL 3JO" IS. 3ES B. @ ,
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND'.ST. PAUL BTS
PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION
TO THE PURCHASE AND SALE ov STOCKS, BONDS, Ac
IN THIS AND OTHER MARKETS
BUSINESS PAPER PROMPTLY NEGOTIATED. mh7-t
HASLETT McKm. JOHN.H. MCKIM.
BROTHERS McKIM,
BANKERS,
178 BALTIMORE STREET,
STOCKS, BONDS AND SECURITIES, OF THIS AMI
OTHER MARKETS,
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
COLLECTIONS
ade on ell parts of the Union, and 'returns promptly
made.
CSoUKKENT BANK NOTES, SIGHT or TIME DRAFTS
PURCHASED AT LOWEST RATES OF EXCHANGE.
MERCANTILE PAPER NEGOTIATED,
a d advances made when desired, and ail transactions of
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
.'tended to. auM-tfr
OAML. HARRIS A SONS,
L-7 No. 198 BALTIMORE STREET,
tt oJe°of New of Upmarket, as well as
of New York, hoqght and sold on commission. d22-tl
STERLING EXCHANGE.
BILLS ON LONDON,
STERLING EXCHANGE
BROTHERS McKIM,
mr , 176 Baltimore street.
SOUTH CAROLINA BANK NOTES PUR
CHASED BY JOHN WILLIAMS It SON,
" _ . W Sil "' h ' a wharf.
JOHN H. WEAVER,
(PATENTEE,)
UNDER T A K E R,
NO. 22 WEST FAYETTE STREET.
Respectfully invites the attention of the pnbhc to a
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 iock at
tachcd to the sides thus avoiding the use of screws and
the noise created by the fastening of a coffin upon the solemn
occasion of a funeral. mhß-tfr
Insurance Cmnpims.
LICENSED AGENCY.
SOLE AGENT OP
THE INSURANCE CO. OF THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,
CAPITAL SURPLUS, - . $335,000.
VIRGINIA IIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, RICHMOND, VA,
CASH CAPITAL .....SIOO,OOO.
Insures cheapest and pays the promptest of any safe Com
pany in the Country.
Takes Risks upon a man's Life for the benefit of his wife
and ch'ldren, exempt from the claims of his creditors. . AI3O,
'rants Risks upon lives of SLA VKS
SAAILKL J HARRISON. Pjesident.
. VVM. HKNHY HAXALL, VicePres't.
Medical Examiner, Dr. J NO. C. MACKENZIE.
J. LYI.E CLARKE, Agent,
28 Second street, Baltimore.
Refer to J Hanson Thomas, John S. Gittings, Samuel G
Vvyman, John P. Pleasants & Son, Hopkins, Hull & Atkin
son, and Ward Brothers. rob 20 tf
BALTIMORE P I KEINSUR ANCTTCOMPANT
(ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF HALF 4 CENTURY
S W. CORNER SOUTH AND WATER STREETS
oi h i s ,S& n,pa fiy INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
u Y r IRE, in the city or country, on the various description
of property.
BO ARB OF DIRECTORS.
J.I. COHEN, JR., President.
R A.Taylor, .1. Pennington,
W.G. Harrison, Joshua I. CohfcD
S.T.Thompson, FrancisT. King,
Geo. R. Vickere, Henry Carroll,
F. W. Alricks, K. S. Steuait,
David S. Wilson, WEI. H. Brune,
W. K Worthington. 11. Von Kapfl.
fe22-eotfr FKEO'K WOoPWoitTH. Secietsry
GERMANIA FIRE IHBURACK CO?
OF NEW YORK.
Cash Capital it-v-i on,
Surplus '. SOloihi
M. HILGER, President.
RUD. GARRIGUE, Secretary.
AD. ENGLKH, Agent,
18 Second street,
dlSeotfr opposite the Post-office.
GERM AN IA LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK,
Cash Capital s;uo,oin
Urs^L^-SEXWI-N/iKjilSsj^lfiPiltary.
AD. ENGLEK, Agent,
IS Second street,
d!3-eotfr opposite the Post-office
HOWARD FIRII INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BALTIMORE
OFFICE 3. E. CORNER OF SOUTH AND SECOND BTRERTB.
olc*sissutd on every description of insurable Proper
ly ayaixmloss by Fire, at the lowest rates.
ANDREW KEESE, PRESIDENT
BOARD OP DIKECTOUB:
James M. H. J. Wertiebaaeh,',
Sr m "/>'. Po , wer ' i Strieker Jenkins
Wm.Ortwine, M. Benzinger,
Samuel K. Smith, ElishaH.Perkins,'
Aaron Fenton, , James H. Stone,
Charles Hoffman, I C. Howard Rogers."
G. HARLAN WIi.LIA MS,
M 8 Secretary.
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCK COMPANY
OF BALTIMORE.
Incorporated by the
VT STATE OF MAR YLAND, 1949
OFFIOI NO. 30 SOUTH STUCRT,
THIS COMPANY INSURESEVShT™* "
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
IN AND OUT OF THE CITY
AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
Short Insurances maybe effected for a SINGLE
longer period. JOHN B. SKIDiSNSTItICKICK,
President
.. . tOABII Ok BISkOTOBS:
H r . ,-y M EtsW, Wm. Heald.
Adam Dr-nmead, Tiiomas S. Benner.
George Bartlett, George Small,
..Oseph W. Jenkins, George W. Howard,
W m. Woodward. Henry Penflexter,
Edward J. Church, Hugh Sisson
IbK .. H. C, LANDIS,
JS 8 ; 1 ' Secretary.
U L U IT A I A N (MARINE) INHURANCS
COMPANY.
NEW TORS.
OASH CAHITAL PAID UP SGNA N M
ASSETS NOVEMBER Suth. 1869.. 41264 443 44
B. C. MORRIS, President.
THOS. LORD, Vice-President
SAMUEL H. MOORE. Secretary "-"tent.
The undersigned respectfully solicits application for
surance in this desirable office.
nENUY M. WARFIEI.D, Agent
O- M WARFIELD k CO.,
IS spear's wharf
JJNDERSHIBTS, ~~
DRAWERS,
SHIRTS,
COLLARS,
GLOVES,
FOR SALE TO THE TRADE BY HOSIERV,
JOHN FALCONER, Commission Merchant,
sgee°tfr corner Charles s t a ,
[HSVIWESOL^,„ NKVER NEGLECT
I MJ @ SB OVM-V BLEEDLNG, BLIND OR ITCHING.
The evils resulting from neglect
.... , arove terribledisease,should
induce those afflicted to arrest its progress at once. The
many'hundreds who have hcen permanently cured bv the
use of BETTON'H PILE SALVE should press upon their
suffering friends to try, without delay, this infallible r m*-
u.v for the cure or prevention of BLREhING, BLIND or
ITCHING PILES. It is exceedingly cooling and refresh
ing in its cure. There are hundreds at this moment, in this
city, male and female, using it with great success and en
tire satisfaction. It has risen more rapidly in public favor
than any other remedy which has been brought before the
public for the cure of Piles in any form. This preparation
has beep made by the subscriber for over thirty years, and
it has always acted like a charm, being simple in its appli
cation, requiring to he used only night and morning.
For sale by Wholesale and Retail Druggists. Price JO
cents per box.
Ask for BICTTON'3 PILE SALVE and take no other. Get
a Circular from one of the Agents, and give the Ointment
A Ibe sent b y mail or express, prepaid, on receipt
or one Dollar. A hheral discount tuade to the trade Ad
dress T, W. BETTON, Baltimore, Md.
Principal depot at COLEMAN A ROGERS,
Baltimore, Md.
JJ E A L T H ,
ECONOMY
AND
CONVENIENCE
COMBINED
WINSH 1 P ' A
SELF-VENTILATING
REFRIGERATOR.
THE ONLY
REFRIGERATOR
WHERE,
VENTILATION
IS
RELIABLE,
SELF-OREATIKG
AND
UNINTERRUPTED
COLLINS, HEATa K HUTCHINSON,
22 Light street,
mh4-tfr STOV,RRGFBIQIRATOR AND'PLOMBINO' Hons X.
J ELDEST ESTABLISHED STAND ~
v/ IN THE CITY
ANDREW E. WARNER. ror.uillf
No. It) NORTH GAY STREET
MANUFACTURER OF
SILVER WARE AND FINE GOLD JKWFLKY
AND DEALER IR * '
VER PLATED WAR-E.
AND FANCY ARTICLES GKVFW A i i v
HAS In store a beautiful assortment of New Stvi. I !>'X
lei us of Rich Jewelry and Silver Ware suitablenr=
Embracing a great variety of SetandPlainGo d nttrKr-avu'
Mosiac.Carbunklc, Coral, Petrl.Uvanf.SSS RtHJCH EE;
EAR ftINGS; BRACELETS- FINGER Rl\'p rU9C f n '
Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, Pearl Onai
™' an3d
Plated TE\^TTA 9S W T? V ENTO . FBE F, T - ,JJSLITY Heavy Silver
EruU Buttr'na 5l oL s™' r} ce Baskets,
a.""l. ° t . t - era P d .? > ) t Stands. Castors, Candlesticks,lVsrl
ARTK'I vq i' 5? T u 9 ' ?,S oona ', , For i Ladles' FANCY
arm. which will be sold on the most reasonable
- " siU tl
MUBOOOM I'Hos. W. KiuiTT
{Late Lind <t Murdoch.)
iwIJKBOCH * RICHARDS,
ARCHITECTS AND SUPERINTENDENTS,
CORNER OF CALVERT AND BALTIMORE STS .
n2-tf Third Story.
"VIEW MACKEREL.— ISO bbls. new large and
1" medium 3 Mackerel, for sale by W, D, SHUKTZ k CO., 1
liCoamerce i(ree(, jj*-tf
CEPHALIC PILLS
CUBE
SICK HEADACHE, j
I
CURE J
NERVOUS HEADACHE,
CURE
LL KINDS OF HEADACHE
u,,; ?' "i6se Pills (he periodic attacks ot Nervou
r Hick Headache may he prevented; and ir taken at th
mmoncement of an attack immediate relief from pai
cd sickness will be obtained.
T 2f ® e,4,om fail ia amoving the Nausea and Headach
winch females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels—removing Costivencs
For Literary Mm, St.udent3% Delicate Females, and a
err on aof sedentary habits , they are valuable as a Leva
-tyc, improving the appeUte, giving tone, and vigor to t
• i gestive organs, and restoring the natural elasticity an
t rength of the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long lnve3tig
tion and carefully conducted experiments, having been
use many years, during which time they have prevent
and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering fro
Headache, whether originating in the nervous system
from a deranged etnte 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 d
agreeable taste renders i* easy to administer them toch.il
rev.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
The genuine Lave five signatures of Henry C. Spalding o
each Box.
Fold bv Druggists mid all other Dealers in Medicines
A Box wili be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of the
PIUCE -25 CENTS.
Ali orders should be addressed to
11KNRY C. SPALDING,
AS Cedar fjiee, New York,
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OP
SPALDING'S
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM
H E A D AC HE,
THAT A
SPEEDS AND SURE CURE
IS WiTUIN TMEIIi UEAOH,
As then Testimonials were unsolicited by MB Spaliuhq
they afford unquestionable proof of the efficacy
of this truly scientific di every.
MP. Spalb.no Ocn-N.. Feb 6, .36.
S{: I have tried your Cephalic Pills, and I like them so
i* that i wa-it you to 3end me two (ioiiar.-j' worth more.
I ait of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave a
few out of the first bo:; I got from you.
Send the Pills by mail, and oblige
Y our obedient servant,
JAM KB KENNEDY S
. Haveefobd, Pa., Feb. , 181
Mr. Spalding
.. 1 y° u to send me one more box of your Cepha
lic Pills, / ha oe. received ■t great deul of benefit from them.
Yours, respectfully,
AiARY ANN' STOIEHOUSE
SeacoE UKBEE, Huntington Co., Pa .?
H. C. SPALBiHn. January 18,1861. |
o ?. IR: J ,m please send rac two boxes of your Cephalic
PiUa. Send them immediately.
Kcspmfullv yours,
„ 0 ~ , JNO. B. SIMONS
P. S.—7 have used one box oj your Pills, and find them
excellent.
, , BKLLE VIRNON, OHIO, Jan. 15.1861.
HRNRV C. SPALDING, Ksq.
Please find inclosed twenty-five cents, for which send m<
another br.x of voar Cephalic fills. They are truly eke
best I J iU3 1 have torr trie-1.
)t Direct A. STOV£R, P M.
n-.ii- xr ... O.
. H. C. SPALPIWQ, Rsq. nE " RIr - il4 - " 1860
5 rrL™\* h J?L* ox &\, c ireul. r* or large show bills, to brine?
your Cephalic Fil.a more itarucaiarly before mv customer*
Jf you have anything of the kind, please send to me.
(hie or my customers, who is subject to severe .Sick fTead
•. acne,usuany two nays,) was cured at an attack
in one hour hj vntor Pills , whicu I scut her
Kespectfally yours, \V. B WILKES.
RITHOLSSSUBS, FRAKKLIK CO., Oslo, >
IJINET C. SPALDING, JANUARY 9,1M1. J
No. 48 Cedar street, N. Y.
M a SI! V H?*' twenty-flve cents, 125.) for which
nd box or ceuhalic fills." Send to adUre:,. oi Rev Win
, c. Mlier, Reynoldstnng, I mnklin Co.. Ohio
Truly yours, W'M. c. FILLER.
Mr SpAiniHa. rPBILA ""' MiCH - • l4n - • •
an. receivuwVc ? mi eerV ; 0U ? an,i Costveness,
>" *""" an c > hc * tha < l "
Please send by return mail. Direct to
A. K. WHEELER,
Ypsilami, Michigan
I From the Examiner, Norfolk, VaJ
Cephalic Pills accomplish the object for which they tver
made, vis; Cure of headache in ail its forms.
[From the Western R R, dinette, Chicago, 111.1
We heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, and his unrivalled
Cephaiic Pills.
m, . tFrom the Advertiser, Providence, R. 1.1
The testimony in their favor is strong, • from the most
, espectable quarters.
[From the Gasette, Davenport, icwa-I
Mr. Spalding would not connect his name with an artici
he did not know to possess real merit
ti'roia the Democrat, St. Ch.ua. ainn.j
If yon are, or have (been; troubled the headao
end fir a box, (Cephalic Pills,! so that mas* have th
in case of an attack
[From the SL Louis Democrat I
The immense demand for the article; (Ccphaiw Fin.
rapidly increasing
I From the Examiner, Nor folk, Va ,
They have been tested in more than a thousan .' uues
With entire success
[From me Advertiser, Providence, K. I.J
The Cephalic Fills are said to be a remarkable effective
remedy for the headache, and cne of the very best for tha
very frequent complaint which has ever been discovered.
[From the SoutherniPath Finder, Sow Orleans, a. J
Try them I 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
IFrom the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Va.)
We are sure that persons suffering from the headache
who try them, will stick to them.
I From the Daily News, Newport, K. i J
Cephalic Pills aro taking the place of all kinds.
rFrom the Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Mass j
Said to be very efficacious for the headache
I From the Commercial, Cincinnati, Ohio. |
Suffering humanity can now be relieved.
W* A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED II],IIK
will save ten times its coat annually,
HEALDING'B PREL'AKED GLUE I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
BPALDING'B PREPARED GLUE I
SAVE THE FIKOE3I
ECONOMY DISPATCH I
W"A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINR."_£,
A, accidents will happen, even in well regulated faml
lies, It Is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nicnt way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ae,
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
ing point. <<DSEpl7Ij IN KVERY HODSK."
v R—A Brush accompanies each Rottle. Price, 16 cents
' Address, HENRY C. BPALDING,
No. 48 CEDAR Street, New York.
C A UTION.
As certain unprincipled persons are attempting to palm
oB on the unsuspecting public, imitation, of my PRE
PARED GLUE, I would caution all penoni to examine
before purchasing, and see that the full name,
MTSPALDINGPS PREPARED Hi nt, mm
I, OB the outridi wrapper; all other, tie ewMilu eoua
Held,
Shmm gefewtts
~ A'A.I re VINI. A IN: LI-MA.
8M 11•TSJt'Mt_.? or •fathinB, Atlantic city, s j ,
B.,MBWPr two and a half hours rid f, mthiladel
— |.!na,l is more fr querite.l !Un any filo-r
place in the United States. It-* bathing, balling anil fish
ing facilities are uDiurpassed Its Hotels ; 1.1 Boarding
noutys, which will accommodate about 7>u persons, are as
well kept as those of Saratoga r N. wport. Its beach is
th!! e J o ' Bin length, affording a magnificent dnv<*, while
Tl o H^. to ri sp wre of place is remarkable f< dryness,
an'rl ? Ii are c ®rrie'l twice 'hdly to and from Pl.il -didphia.
T?ain,.? , ?F rap!! 'xtonds th- whdp length rf the mad.-
Wharf PtJsRPi 1 *! 01 ! atnl AM:knt)o Railroad Rave V inc Street
tic M 615 A LI 1 'F' A >' ' "'I ■ "• M AHar.
*lf MeKihhi f. M. DisUncc M miles. Fare
houUng^g. 8 11 " ,ud Hotel. Sort and other
SUMMER BOA RDING,
vi m ANS(i FARM. near owinga*
!'- ni: - f! .m ; { l - The
WbSSMB- .>-•'•..• rui s t;iOnn two
jels-eo2w* <>•' I'alal KR.
• _ •_ • > ' "-yinrs Mill?.
tijjj s.
MANTILLAS ! MANTILLAS ! J
LESS THAN COisT
MANTILLAS! MANTILLAS!!
LESS THAN COST!
ALSO,
Just received,
6-4 MOZAMBIQUE 3;
BEREGE ANGLAiS;
GRKMADI.N BESIEGES, 10 ctt.
LINEN GOODS
FOR MEN AND BOY'S WEAK
receiving NEW GOODS nt ...: nishin/'y
low prices. G. W. HARRI S,
211 Baltim.re street,
_jel4jtrr CASIf not'SK.
IMPORTANT SALES OF DRY GOODS.
UNPRECEOENTKD LOW PRICES.
FOIC CASH ONLY.
HAMILTON, EASTER A OO
Have now open
THEIR LAST IN NEW TORS
Embracing many style? of
DRESS GOODS
AT HALF COST OF IMPORTATION
HOUSEKEEPING AND FAMILY GOODS,
STRONG AND DURABLE FABRICS,
MUCH UNDER USUAL PRICES.
MOURNING GOODS.
Aoother case of extra quality
BLACK BAREGE, TWO YARDS WIDE
ALSO, JUST OPENED,
A large lot of
BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTONS,
m2B-tfr AT WAR PRICES
GEEAT S A I E
OF
AND
SH.I WAS'.
COMMENCING
ON THURSDAY, May Oth, IRlil
.Owing to ttie complete stagnation ot toe Wh.desaia
und Retail Trade, we Lave determined to close out out
immense STOCK at a
GREAT SACRIFECE
from the cost nf manufacturing, and every raiment wii bo
soid at half its value.
Ladies in want of choice GARMENTS will do well to
xamine this stock.
JOSEPH BICKERTON fc CO.,
18.1 BALTIMORE STREET;
mg-tfr second door from Light street.
eJvrV/ NEW YORK AUCTION B/ -:J4NB.
MOST PKSilt\!l!.K .* i> r! -!' \. .. , r .<" lt ,LS
KVKH Oi'ENFJ> I.V B\i.i'lMoMt..
in nrn PIECES PRESSGU<IP\
LUfUUU
in runs iJnretfea, plain and prim. J; Cn.n'iiiru 1 Bar.yes
piloted (entirely new , in b-autihil s;\ i
-8-4 Mark Bareges, 1
8-1 White Bart I *
?4 Black Barcea l At much * ess , usual
% " Crepe Morel z, f pi ,(v; "- uny al h llt Co3t ot
and 6 i " Moasselinea, !
Lupin':* Bfunhnznit -i.J
Press SILKS, all boiled Black SILKS; ! parr - and Organ
dies; Shawls; Hemstitched and FmbM l.uwn 11 i f .
French Chintzes, Ribbons. All these lobs were bought Ust
week at auction in New York, at
importers, are all new and desirable mvU-, ..ml will be
opened on our retail floo:.- Mori da morning
HAMILTON EASTER A CO.,
>pß tfr 1"' .'til -it.; l I? . i l . i:• r- street.
TKT REMOVAL.
* KOTH & FULLKIHON,
Have removed to
NOB. 89 AND 91 BAi.fiitE STREET,
At which dace they will no.no.i it.: .. . .uotuicK,
a lull stock of new un.t iL-niralo Tin 1 ; an ' fi'irntei
HKV noons.
~ tn " a! 1 the ..... " a U.tww iw
Git ENA. DINES,
LAWNS,
POPLINS,
UAHKUES.
TISSUES.
WHITE t.OOi.A
X.-.l Li.KOi I'-SBIES,
iIOSU.KY.
MOCKNING GOOO3 Gi.OvEo,
SHAWLS,
MANTILLAS.
HOUSEKEEPING not)HS? A-®,"*? 3 '
Am of wnidi will h offer d it loi -.1 if
UODEKT I>. BROWN
IIOBKRT D. BROWN k CO ,
. No. 2 GERMAN BTiaiT, Baltimore
UIHFCT Illlh.KTMit:
AND IOKF.IGN MAM FACT! KEKS* AGENTS,
For J. A A. HARKLIK'S IftV- H ANIt JII.AY LINENS
\ ORK STREET FI.AX SPINNING >.' •\S H(i.
JOHN PA'I KICK A SOXfv ]HI
Tlitis. KENNEDY'S MVISS Ml Sl.iV
OCNDEE GOODS, SCOTCH PIAPRKS i) . A=;i A
BURLAPS A Nil BAGGING;
JSF-OKDERS KEUEIVfii'/ .A, SWISS
ten n s ' iTAUAX ui.tii ii.', AI.. .iG.vs.&t.
I/NITTING COTTON, Domestic nud German
, IV of 3,4 anil 3 threads, a superior article, i.-rsa'c by
1121-tf 49 Baltimore st, bttteesßap aijfaiStt.
GLOVES of Cloth, Merino, Cotton and Vkoci
Also, Half-Hose of Merino, Cotton and Wool
n24-lf 19 Baltimore st , between G-iv !*. i^lretleriik.
IVTEKINO, WOOLLEN, CUTTON AND GAUZE
ITA SHIRTS and DRAWERS f.,r Lads, (Lots and I", a
f]aL in! "i d? arul CoU " n H-'-e of all kinds. Also,
(ilovcs, Mitts and Sleeves. j' MANX
"alt. St., In tw.',Ml 'Lav and Frederick.
CALLING OFF all Wool Shirts and Drawers
* J at very low priees. Call and examine
n24-jtf 48 Baltimore at,, between liar an m-cikriek,
yiPHYfi WORSTED, Chenille and Embroi*
A-i denes at low prices. i. ~,. v
n24-tt 49 Baltimore St., between Gay arid Frederick
II7OOLLRN KNITTINO" YARNS, of Me,-in®
v f anii Saxony >• 001, a larK6 assortment.
n24-tr 49 Baltimore St., between Bap n ; „l 'fredertak.
SOCIAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S
SII.ESIAS.inaII colors, in store .rid for mii- by
fe2B ~ tf FRICK. I'DUUPS A CO.
Arkwkight fine cottons.
20 cases just received and for tale by
fK2B tf _FRICK. PHILI.IPB A CO.
REYNOLD'S blue SATINETS.
26 cuaes in store and for nal' by
fR23 -'f FltiCK. PHILLIPS * Co./
PONTOOSUC UNION CLOTHS,
Black?, Drabs, Biues, Greens and Mixtures,ln stor
ana for sale by
fcM-tf PRICK, PHILLIPS i CO.
BARKER'S UNION CASSIMERH ANITSAT
IN ETS in store and for 'M*!■- by
fc2K-tf I'KIOK, i'DII LIPS It CO
WILLIAMSVILLK FIN !0 it LEAO HE D
V w COTTONS in store and for Srile hv
fcHf F\RICI . PHILJ IPS & CO
lETAUREGAN M!L!.N r.. „i .til g rilt j ea
if in store and for sale by
FLICK. i-Hli.i.;P3 A CO
BRF.WSTER & CO.,
CARRE AC. £ MAKERS,
BIS ana 324 BiiOOMH, car. of trio itseei,
NEW VORK,
invite the attention of the gentlemen of Baltimore to th
EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT,
ilevoted exclusively to the HANDFACTUKK OF FIR 3
LASS CARRIAGES of every description,
(LIGHT EOAD WAGONS A SPECIALITY.)
SpecificalionHand Drawings will he furn; ;i, il upon an If
plication, by mail orotherwiee, to part;* * wi.o may desircto
Drder.
The following gentlemen among onr Baltimore patrons
have permitted as to refer to them as to the excellence and
style of our work:
Jos. Wilkin*, E*q., O. If. Jacks , I .. .
B. M Makepeace, Kaq. \\ Kilmer Hi.ifman,
W. A. I.oney, Esq., Geo. S Brrwn, Esq.,
Wm. Woodville, Jr , Esq , Alex. D. br vn, ,
Geo. Cooke, Esq., Thos. I). Johnston, E33
fl. Wilson Harris, Esq., Frank Sullivan. Esq.,
Samuel Hurlbut, Esq.,
Lloyd Lowndes, E.iston, Talbot county Ma
Col. Edward Lloyd. 44 44 44 tje27-r
FURNITUBE.
S. S. STEVENS & SONS,
WAREROOMS, MARBLE BI'ILDINB
34 Hanovsr smser,
opposite New Asseuiily Kcoms,
„ . Manufacturers of
PARLOR,
HALL,
DINING-ROOM,
CHURCH and
aOKO<II ' vITORS
Constantly on hand a Urge stock of every grade of
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
Including
MATTRESSES,
REDDING, "COTS."
SPRING BEDS,
LOOKING GLASSES, .4,
FACTORY,
. No. f. I ow street,
. mh23 tfr nPftr Kn- t street The.atra
I>LATK ULASH AGKNCrT
PLATE GLASS
FOR STORE FRONTS
AND
DWELLINGS.
WM. KING k BRO.,
Ansnra oa MiduficoiußS,
And Dealers In Paints, Oils and Glass,
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