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TO PURCHASERS OF BOOKS SOUTH OF BALTIMORE CITY.

BOOKS, mUSIC, PRINTS, INSTRUMENTS, SCIENTIFIC APPARATUS,

&C &C.

Can be obtained from any part of Europe through the agency of the subscriber, on as favorable terms and with as great dispatch as through an; house in the United States.

HIS ORDERS Are forwarded DIRECT EVERY WEEK to Special Agents in LONDON and PARIS, and buying in those markets exclusively for cash, and frequently less than the regular prices, he is enabled to give his customers the advantages thus obtained, as well as saving to them the extra commission paid by those who order through an Eastern house.

THE OBJECT of several years' assiduous attention to this branch of the business has been to afford the South the same facilities for the execution of their orders that are enjoyed by the Atlantic cities, and the success of our business attests the success of our efforts.

THE SAME ATTENTION will be given to an order for a single book, or article of small value, as to larger orders, and we guarantee to snpply all wants for as small a commission as any importer in the country.

We solicit the attention of gentlemen who have been accustomed to send their orders to Philadelphia and New York, and ask them to give us a trial.

We are in the monthly receipt of the "cheap lists" published by the second hand dealers of London, which we distribute gratuitously to all who desire them. Books, &c., for incorporated institutions imported free of duty. Catalogues of a portion of our valuable stock can be had on application.

JAS. S. WATERS, Importer of Books, &c.,

244 Baltimore Street

TO MEDICAL STUDENTS AND THE PROFESSION GENERALLY.

JAMES S. WATERS, 244 Baltimore Street, Baltimore, solicits an examination of his very large assortment of MEDICAL WORKS, purchased mostly at the auction sales for the trade, and which he sells at unusually low prices.

FRENCH AND ENGLISH EDITIONS of MEDICAL BOOKS, ANATOMICAL PREPARATIONS, &c., imported to order, by every steamer at low rates. Full catalogues can be consulted at his Store.

244 Baltimore Street.

gleg- Through his connection with the house of H. Bailliere, at Paris, he is enabled to snpply all French Works, Surgical Instruments, &c., at the lowest prices, and with unusual despatch.

Jjgy Agent for the " Southern Quarterly Review," in Baltimore.

CUSHINGS & BAILEY,

Booksellers $ Stationers,

262 Market St., Opposite Hanover St.

WALKER & MEDAIRY,

Wholesale and Retail Booksellers and Stationers, 310 Baltimore Street, (Store formerly occupied by Allen Paine.) geW The highest market price paid for Rags, or taken in Exchange for Goods.

HENRY E. THOMAS & CO.

Manufacturers, Importers, and Wholesale Dealers in Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, Cigars and

Snuffs,

20 South Calvert Street.

ELIAS MAGERS,

Dealers in Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco and Segars,

70 Exchange Place.

WILLIAM BUEHLER,

Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer and Dealer m Segars, Tobacco and Snuff,

157 Franklin Street, (between Paca Street and Pennsylvania Avenu°.) 'Superior Imported Segars, fine Chewing Tobacco, and Leaf of every description, with * general assortment of Pipes, Snuff Boxes, Fancy Articles, &c.

~W. A. BOYD,

Importer, Jobber, and Manufacturer of Tobacco, Segart and Snuff,

92 Lombard Street.

E. WHITMAN & CO.s,

New Agricultural and Seed Warehouse,

Exchange Place.

R. SINCLAIR, JR., & CO.,

Agricultural Implement Manufacturers and Nursery Seedsmen,

Nos. 58, 60 and 62 Light Street.

'G. W. WAIT & SON,

Manufacturers,

72 Bo Wit's Wharf, Proprietors of Paca's Mills. O. W. Watt. Established 1812. Mustards, standard qualities. Ground Spices in every variety of Styles. Kacahout des Arabes. Flour of Rice, Table Salt, Currie Powder, Chocolate, Mustard-Seed Oil, &o. Prepared with the greatest care and attention.

PHCENIX SPICE MILLS,

Warehouse 58 South Street. We are prepared to furnish the Southern Trade with all articles of Crude and Ground Spices, Mustards, Chocolate, Cocoa, &c., at as low prices as in New York or Boston.

Wholesale dealers will find it to their advantage to give us a call before going North.

CRAWFORD & BARRY, Proprietors.

~ ROBERT" Turnert^ Flour, Oram, Seed and Ouano Dealer,

470 Frederick Street.

B. M. RHODES,

General Commission Merchant,

122 W. Lombard Street, Near Charles.

PERUVIAN GUANO, No. 1, furnished as usual at the Government Price, $50 the ton of 2240 lbs., with a charge of $1 commission for purchasing and forwarding.

The same rate of Commission will prevail whatever may be the established Government price of the article.

MEXICAN GUANO furnished at the importer's price, and at same rate of Commission. Also, PLASTER and other fertilizers.

Orders PROMPTLY" FILLED at the Guano Wharf, or at my Warehouse up town. Expenses avoided if possible, and made light when unavoidable.

JB&* Having an experienced person constantly on the spot, parties procuring their own orders from the Agent, can make arrangements to have their several lots forwarded aud marked separate.

J. WEATHERBY & CO.,

Agents for the sale of Chilean's Air- Warming Furnaces Emerson's Patent Ventilators. A large assortment of STOVES of every variety constantly kept on hand. Also Ranges, Grates, Registers, &c.

40 Light Street, One Door Below Lombard.

BALLORD, CHADBOURN & CO.,

Iron Commission Merchants,

Charles Street, Between Pratt And Camden. IMPORTERS of English Refined and Common Bar Iron; Hoop, Band, Sheet, Scroll, Small Round and Square, and Horse Shoe Iron; Cast, Shear, Spring and German Steel. DEALERS in American Rolled Iron; Norwegian and American Nail Rods. AGENTS for the sale of American Pig Iron and Blooms; Charcoal and Puddled Boiler Plate; Boiler Rivets; Hammered Car Axles; Hollow-Ware Castings, &c.

ROBINSON, LORD & CO.,

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Wooden Ware, Cordage, ftc.

88 & 90 Lombard Street.

MANN & RICHARDSON,'

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Clocks, Time Pieces, Gilt and Mahogany Frame Looking Glasses, Picture Frames and Window Glass, and Importers of French and German Looking- Glass Plates.

44 S. Charles Street, Corner or Lombard. Clock and Frame Factory, 368 W. Pratt Street

SAMSON CAR1SS & CO.,

140 Baltimore Street, Importers of French and English Hardware, Plated Ware, Japanned Ware, Cutlery, French and German Looking-Glass Plates,and Manufacturers of Looking-Glass, Portrait and Picture Frames, Cornices, and every description of Gilt Work,

A supply of which always on hand, and made to order, Wholesale and Retail.

C. BRYAN,

Manufacturer of Stoves and Sheet Iron Ware,

53 S. Calvert Street, Between Pratt And Lombard.

J. HOPKINSON SMITH,

(SUCCESSOR TO SMITH * TYSON.) Manufacturer of Hook and Flathead Railroad Spikes, Wrought Iron Chairs, Plates and Fastenings of

all kinds Boiler Rivets, Bolts, $c.,

25 South Charles Street. JSSg' Orders promptly executed, and at the lowest prices.

ALEXANDER McCOMAS,

Maker and Importer of Guns, Rifles and Pistols,

51 Calvert Street.

E. LARABEE'S,

Depot for Refrigerators and Shower Baths,

24 South Calvert Street. The above Baths and Refrigerators are of a peculiar construction. The Baths are so arranged as to permit a tall or short person to wet the head or not, as may be preferred. The Refrigerators are of the upright and horizontal combined, having three separate apartments The opening of one part does not expose the other. With Water Jars, to cool water.

ROBERT W. CLIFFE,

Dealer in Anthracite and Bituminous Coal of every description,

1 Exchange Plaob.

LANDSDALE & BROTHERS'

Pickling and Preserving Establishment and Vinegar Depot,

119 Lombard Street, Between Charles And Light Sts.

M. SHULTZ & CO.,

Foreign Exchange Brokers, Baltimore—10 Exchange Buildings. Philadelphia—13 Chesnut St. New York—87 Wall St.

MURDOCH'S

Improved Patent Platform Scales Manufactory,

46 South Charles Street. Those in want of Scales of any descriptions, will find it to their advantage to examine the qualities and prices of these Scales, which are of the very best construction, material and workmanship, and which, in strength, accuracy, and durability cannot be excelled, as the unqualified approval of those using them in this and other States proves. Also, Counter Scales, Patent Balances and Apparatus Scale Beams, &c., wholesale and retail, at lowest prices, and warranted correct, or the money returned. RICHARD MURDOCH.

Scales of every description, size or capacity made at short notice.

J J. WISE & BROTHER,

Patent Elastic Univertal Touch Piano Manufacturer!,

31 Hanover Street.

ROBERT LAWSON, ~
Saddle Trunk Harness and Collar Manufacturer, wholesale and retail,

44 South Street. B®* Will duplicate any Bill made in the Northern or Eastern cities.

BALTIMORE GLASS WORKS.

BAKER & BROTHER,

32 & 34 South Charles Street. Manufacturer!, Importers and Agents for the sale of Baltimore, French and New Jersey Window Glass, Druggist Glassware, Vials, Bottles, Jars, $c.

SPRING GARDEN GLASS WORKS.

F. SCHAUM & CO., Lower end of South Eutaw Street, and 47 S. Calvert St., near Lombard StManufacturers of Druggists' Glassware of Everg Description. Porters, Ales, Ciders, Minerals, Lemon Syrups, Wine Bottles; Half-Pint, Pint, and Quart Flasks, Specie, Preserve and Pickling Jars—together with a general assortment of Glassware—blown to order. Particular attention paid to Private Moulds.

BALTIMORE SCALE AND SAFE WAREHOUSE. Having disposed of our entire Stock of Scales in the Southern States to Messrs. SPEAR, WESTON & Co., of Baltimore, Md., with the exclusive right of supplying that territory hereafter with our Scales, we hereby commend them to the patronage of the business public.

E. & T. FAIRBANKS & Co. St. Johnsbury, Vt., July 1, 1854.

SPEAR, WESTON & CO, Having secured the exclusive right of supplying the Southern States with FAIRBANKS' PATENT SCALES, have taken Warehouse No. 141 WEST PRATT STREET, where they will constantly keep on hand, a full assortment of all sizes and descriptions, and be prepared to receive and execute all orders at Manufacturers prices.

Also, Sole Agents in Baltimore for EVANS & WATSON'S Tried Patent SALAMANDER SAFES, IRON CHESTS, BCTTERWORTH'S Patent BANK LOCKS, &o. Baltimore, July 1, 1854.

LOCAL AGENTS—J. & F. DAWSON, Charleston, S. C.

A. T. STEWART & CO.,

Importers, Jobbers anj Retailers of French and English Dry Goods.

Broadway.

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ALFRED EDWARDS & CU.,

Importers aud Jobbers of Silk and Fancy Goods, 9 and 11 Park Place and 6 Murray-st., between the Astor and Irving Houses, west side of

Broadway.

HOPKINS, ALLEN & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods.

115 Broadway, City Hotel Buildings.

TOWNSEND, A~RNOLD & CO.,

Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods,

95 Chambers-st., in the rear of the Irving House.

SAMUEL COCHRAN, & CO.,

Importers of Laces and Embroideries, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Taffeta and Satin Ribbons,

Muslins, Crapes, Filet Mitts, Silk Handkerchiefs and Cravats,

53 Chambers-st., opposite the Park.

GARDNER, GREENE & CO.,
Manufacturers aud Wholesale Dealers in Ready-Made Clothing,

12 Vesey-st., adjoining the Astor House.

BATES, TAYLOR & CO,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Clothing,

23 and 25 Dey-st

JAMES WILDE, Jr.,

Clothing Warehouse,
27 Park Place and 24 and 26 Murray-st., cor. of Church-st

~~ LEVI COOK & CO.,

Importers and Dealers in Combs, Brushes, Buttons. Linen and Cotton Thread, Sewing Silk, and a general assortment of English, French and German Small Wares; also, Dealers in Ivory and Tortoise Shell,

71 Broadway.

CHANDLER, FOSTER & CO., ~

Wholesale Dealers in Fancy Goods, Combs, Brushes, Buttons, Wooden Ware, Perfumery, &c.,

81 Maiden Lane.

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