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upon he was sentenced by the Court to have his
fights occurred, one man was killed, and several On the 12th inst. the President, through the War woun
ho Wonwounded.--The Fenian prisoners at Dartmoor desire faithfully carried out.
Department, issued general orders for the instruc
we are to be released.- Dispatches received at LonThe application of this allegory is simple : pie tion of army officers in regard to their powers to
don on the 12th inst. from Bombay give favorenough ; indeed, the writer confesses he drew a regulate elections in the Southern States, and call-ablo reports.
able reports of the progress of the expedition fictitious suggestion from the political banishment
againsts the tribes in northwestern India. --The ing their attention to those provisions of the law forbidding any interference or intimidation on the
Chinese Embassy are making progress in their of Mr. Vallandigham, and the significance of the part of the military or naval forces at such times.
arrangements for negotiation with the British
government. Lord Stanley is said to be friendly fable is, of course, susceptible of indefinite expan- It is intended in part for Gen. Reynolds, who re- | cently issued an order forbidding the citizens of
to the policy proposed by China, and ready to treat sion. We would suggest to Mr. Hale, if he feels Texas from holding an election for Presidential
the question on the broad ground of civilization
rather than from the purely English point of view. inclined to try any thing more in this line, another electors. —Gov. Boreman, of West Virginia, ra was in Washington on the 12th inst., asking that
The Embassy are to be received by Queen Victonarrative, to be entitled, for example, “Outside uc troops may be sent to that State to preserve the
ria on the 20th inst., after which they will make a the Constitution; a Tale of a Country Without a peace at the coming election, as many disfranchised
visit to Paris. The political contest over the Government.”
Jpending Parliamentary elections is very animated. inhabitants "threaten to vote at all hazards." Barring these little differences, | A few days ago a messenger of the Accommoda
The Liberals denounce the Tories for their bad the stories of Mr. Hale are passably well done, tion Bank, of St. Louis, was robbed of $3,000 in Chanchal
ed of 83.000 in financial policy, for their course on the Irish
Church question, and for the negative utterances and have the merit of being generally well writ-money and $700 in drafts. The robber escaped. - A large Commercial and Direct Trade Con
of Mr. Disraeli.' The Tories, while they do not ten.-(W) vention met at Norfolk, Va., on Wednesday last.
take up the “No Popery” cry of the Premier, rest Over 2,000 delegates were present, including the
batheir claims on the brilliant foreign policy of the The Lily of the Valley; or, Margie and I, and Boards of Trade respectively of St. Louis, Louis
Ministry, the success of the Abyssinian war, and
the necessity of defending the Church of England Poems. By Amy Gray Baltimore. Kellyville, Memphis, Nashville and other cities. The chief objects considered by the Convention were
from the dangers by which it is menaced. — It is & Piet. 1868.--Whoever appeals to the world the establishment of direct trado by steam with
announced in London that the British mails will
not go via the Hamburg line after the 30th inst.for its judgment upon a volume of poetry takes Europe, and of internal lines of communication | with the West. A pyrotechnic display was given
The London Times of the 13th inst. has an editoral the hazard of its approval or condemnation. To in Norfolk harbor, and the city was illuminated.
concerning the payment of the United States nademand the praise of men is to challenge criti- - The latest news from the Colorado election
tional debt in paper, in which it argues that, should cism, and the gauntlet is a severe one which awaits homoita figure up 17 majority for Bradford (Radical) for
such a policy be carried into practice, the credit of
the United States would be so deeply injured that alls Congress.- A San Francisco telegram announces even the most skilful follower of the Muses. But that the track of the Central Pacific Railroad is
all future loans would have to pay a higher interest
than six per cent., thereby defeating the economithis charming little book is no candidate for fame. finished to Reese River Valley, 500 miles east of that port, and 65 miles north of Austin. The
cal objects contemplated. The Daily News of The motive for its publication shields it from crit-grading is ready for the iron 100 miles beyond.
the 13th says there is no doubt that the protocol of 000 in gold. The Governor of Alabama has e
hos representative will be approved by the English natures dwell the sweet charities. The proceeds issued his proclamation for an election on the 3d
Parliament. - A meeting was held in London on of its sale belong to the destitute little girls of of November for President, after which there will
y the 13th for the relief of the sufferers by the earththe South, orphaned by the war," and whoever be no election until 1870. The present Governor, 19
quakes in Peru and Ecuador. The Lord Mayor na whoever State officers; Congressman and Legislators. are, I Pr
i presided, and the Rothschilds and Barings were buys, gives to a cause which appeals to all. The under the new election law of that State, to hold
present. Nearly £70,000 sterling were raised.-song which is inspired by such a motive must be over until the election of 1870.
Mr. Gladstone addressed a large political meeting
An examination of the books of the "Paschall House Association,"
at Liverpool on the 14th. Ho charged the Governplaintive and tuneful; and many of these verses whose lottery was drawn in a Western city on the
ment with being responsible for unnecessary exto fl9th inst.. shows that the Paschall House, the Mem
penditures, and urged the disestablishment of the
.. phis residence, and one St. Louis residence, all those who know the sad fellowship of sorrow. valued at $315,000, were drawn by the Association,
FRANCE.-Semi-official journals of Paris, refer
ring to the remarks on the Schleswig question made The typography and general appearance of the they having 3,000 unsold tickets. The Demovolume reflect deserved credit upon the pub- withdrawn the electoral ticket first pat in the field,
by the King of Denmark in his speech at the opencratic Executive Committee of Alabama have
eing of the Rigsdag, declare that France is pledged lishers. and substituted one composed of men who can
to the treaty of Prague, and that Prussia must not take the test oath.----President Johnson has issued
depart from the obligations of that compact.Prcelsior or S o Politenese Eluation la proclamation appointing Thursday, Nov. 26th, Dispatches from Faris represent that the tears of
as a day of national Thanksgiving. and the Means of Attaining Success in Life. troubles in Louisiana have been adjusted by the
a European war have abated. The Presse, howThe registry
ever, says that the armories of Paris were never
busier than at the present time.- Gen. Menabrea, Part I. For Young Gentlemen. By T. E. How-action of a committee of the Legislature, which ard. A. M.
Italian Prime Minister, was said to be in Paris on furnished a report directing the Board of RegistraPart 11. For Young Ladies. By ltion to be governed by judicial decisions. In
the 14th, on a special mission concerning Rome. A Lady (R. V. R.) Baltimore: Kelly & Piet. compliance with the request of Gov. Boreman,
SPAIN.-All the provinces have formally recog1868.—The title of this book shows its object. troops were ordered to West Virginia on the 13th, |
nized the authority of the Central Provisional to preserve peace during the coming election
Junta, in session at Madrid. - The Junta have There are few wider fields for missionary effort in that State. - Messrs. Baring Brothers & Co.,
issued a circular, dated 13th, urging the extinction than that afforded by the bad manners of the
of all religious corporations, and abolishing inter52 Wall street, New York, are receiving subscrip
nal taxes on home and foreign wares. -Don RiItions for the relief of the sufferers by the recent mass of people in this country; and any attempt earthquakes in Peru and Ecuador. Gen. Han
vero has been appointed Mayor of Madrid. The
local Junta at Seville, at the request of the United to reform them certainly deserves commendation. cock arrived at his headquarters in Washington from Missouri on the 14th, -Mr. H. T. Helmbold,
States Consul, have granted permission to the forThe Life of George Stephenson and his Son, of New York, on Wednesday last tendered a check
eign residents to build a Protestant church within nis non, for $40,000 to aid in the election of Seymour and
the walls of the city. On the 12th inst. the UniRobert Stephenson, comprising also a History of Blair. Judge Pierrepont of New York, has given
ted States, through Mr. Hale, Minister at Madrid,
formally recognized the new Provisional Governthe Intention and Introduction of the Railuau1 $20,000 to A. T. Stewart to be applied in furthering the cause of Grant and Colfax. --The State elec
ment-being the first nation to make such recogLocomotive. By Samuel Smiles, author of "Self tions on Tuesday last in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indi
Indinition. In reply to Mr. Hale's congratulatory Help." "The Huguenots.' &c. New York: lana and Nebraska, resulted favorably to the Rad- speech, the Duke de la Torre said that, amid the Harper & Brothers. Vol. I. 1868.--A very in-elected Mayor, and the entire Democratic ticket icals. In Philadelphia, D, M. Fox, Democrat, was m
ruins of old rule a structure would be formed,
which he believed would merit the approval and teresting book of biography, very handsomely carried by an average majority of about 2,500; but sympathy,
sympathy of the United States. Spain now dethe State is conceded to the Radicals by 6,000 to ser
served and needed the support of all free nations, gotten up, with a complete index, nne wood cuts, 9,000 majority. The vote is very close in Indiana,
and that of the American Government was highly and illustrated by fine portraits of the two Steph-) each party claiming the State by 1.500. The Dem-esteemed." - The Junta, on the 13th inst., seized
the property of the Jesuits and abolished the orocrats gain three Congressmen in Pennsylvania, ansons. This volume is reserved for a more exthree in Ohio, and one (probably two) in Indiana
der.' They have also declared in favor of addiended notice. making seven in all. Thursday's N. Y. World
tional reforms, among which are the abolition of contained a leading article, in substance advising
the death penalty, and the sanctity of private letThe New England Tragedies. By Henry the withdrawal of Seymour and Blair in favor of
ters and domicils. - The Cubans in Madrid manWadsworth Longfellow. Ticknor & Fields. Bos- | candidates who would enlist the entire conservative
ifest great interest in the electoral representation bos strength. The National Intelligencer of Friday
of the people of the island in the new legislative ton: 1868.—The last of Longfellow's poems, re-endorses the proposition, and several prominent
body which will be assembled under the call of the
people, and in the general government of Spain. ceived too late for review this week.
men in the party are said to favor it.
It is also stated that the question of the abolition
of slavery engages much attention in Cuba. The Gold Elsie. From the German of E. Marlitt. | GREAT BRITAIN.-It is announced that the Central Provisional Government promise to Cuba author of "Old Mam'selle's Secret. By Mrs. A. Ireland and New Foundland, was repaired near shall be accorded to the inhabitants of old Spain.
L’| Atlantic cable known as the 1866 cable, between the same rights and liberties in every respect as L. Wister. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Valencia on the 11th inst., and both cables are Cubans in Spain will be permitted to choose two Co. 1868. A novel of very absorbing interest
of now in perfect working order. On the 10th inst. inembers of the Junta. - The Gaulois newspaper
a Liberal procession was attacked by Tories, at of the 12th publishes a letter from General Prim, and excessively Germanesque.
Blackburn, in the county of Lancaster. Several which earnestly favors the calling together of the
Cortes and the formation of a kingdom at once. It! FISH–The market is steady but not active. The 1794 cents for Clear Rib do.; 18 to 21 cents for Sugar is said that Prim himself aspires to be King:
-- sales from the wharf are not important. From store Cured Hams, and 15a17 cents for plain do. Mess Pork we quote:
is held at $30a 30.75 p bbl. Lard is dull and lower: we The Junta havo ordered the restoration of the bark | Mackerel-No. 1 Bay, per barrel..
quote prime Western at 191 a 20 cents Ih), for steam Tornado to England, payment of damages for her
No. 1 Shore (new)"
16 500 18 00 and kettle rendered. wrongful detention, and imprisonment of the
13 00 14 00 OILS AND CANDLES-The market is very firm Spanish officers who ordered her seizure.- Dis
No. 3 (large, new) "
12 000 12 50 with a limited stock on the market. We quote: patches received at London on the 14th report that
No. 3 (medium)
... $2 40 to $2 50 Hakefish, P 100 IDS..........
2 75@ 300 Patent...... the Bishop of Tarragona, at the head of 2,000 men, Cod, small,
1 35 to 1 40 100 lbs...... 5 500 6 00 Lard Oil..
1 55 to 1 60 has pronounced against the Provisional Junta; Cod, large,'" **
7 007 50 Whale Oil... also that the provinces of Barcelona and Valencia, Labrador 'Herring......
10 00@10 50 Coal 011....... being injuriously affected by the removal of the Box Herring,scaled.
50@ 60 West Virginia Lubricating Oil, 29 gravity Large Magdalene, boxes.......
400 50 Tanners' Oil...... tariff on imports, hesitate to recognize the Junta.
FERTILIZERS-Are in fair request at the following Linseed........................ - Gen. Dulce has been appointed Captain Gen- quotations, viz: Peruvian Guano $60 gold a ton of 2,000 Sperm Candles....... eral of Cuba.-On the 12th inst. a loan of 10,000, PS.; Mexican A $30 currency; Raw Bone $56; Super Patent Wax Candles....
00 to 60 000 reals was offered to the Provisional Junta, and | Phosphate $60; Rhodes' Standard Manure, $50, in bags Adamantine do (12 oz.
17 to 1772 was immediately accepted. or barrels; Orchilla Guano $30 ton; Soluble Pacific do
do (14 oz.).
1972 to 20 Guano $65; Patapsco Guano $60 >; R. R. Griffith's Pre Paralline
33 to 35 pared Fish Guano, in 125 lb, bags, $55 Pton; Raw Bone Imperial do
... 34 to 36 PRICES CURRENT AND REVIEW OF THE Phosphate $56 9 ton; Chicago Bone Fertilizer $16; Chi PETROLEUM-For Crude there is a fair demand BALTIMORE MARKET
cago Blood Manure 850: Maryland Powder of Bone $16 and limited supply. We quote it at 16%a17 cents: Re1 ton: Coe's Super Phosphate of Lime $60 ton.
fined Standard White at 30a31 cents gallon. For the Week ending Friday, Oct. 15, 1868. GRÁIN-The market has ruled moderately active RICE-We quote South Carolina new crop at 9%a10
throughout the week, and with limited supplies prices cents, and Rangoon at 8a914 cents Pb. (Our quotations are invariably Wholesale, unless other
- have been quite fully sustained. The receipts include | SALT_The market is steady, with a fair demand. wise expressed.]
about 60.000 bush. Wheat, 20.000 do. Corn, 20.000 do. Oats, / We quote Fine at $2.80a3 sack for Worthington's.
and 2.000 do. Rye. We quote prime to choice Wheat at and $4 for Ashton's. Ground Alum $2.10a2.20. and ASHES-Market steady and demand limited. We
$2.65a2.70: good to prime do. $2.40a2.55; $2.20a2.35 bush. I Turk's Island 50a52 cents bushel.
for white and $2.05a2.70 for prime to choice; $2.20a2.30 quote Pots at $9.37%a9.50 7 100 hs.
SEED--Clover is dull, with a declining tendency: ALCOHOL-Sales limited to the supply of the retail
for good and common, and inferior at $1.70a2.10 for red. small sales at $8a8.50, the latter price for strictly prime. trade, at $2.75a2.80 for 95 cent.
Corn has advanced. We note sales of prime old white Timothy is in good demand at $3.15a3.25 B bushel, and BARK-Is dull and nominally quoted at $35a38 for
at 128a 130 cents, and yellow 129 to 131 cents. Oats are Flax at $2.75 for prime lots. No. 1, and $25a28 ton for No. 2.
in good request at 79a83 cents, and Rye at 160a170 cents SHOT AND LEAD-Baltimore Drop Shot 11%cents: BUTTER-Is in fair supply, and with a fairly active p bushel.
Buck do. 121%, cents, and Bar Lead 10% cents ib.
HIDES-Market steady, with a fair demand. We demand, prices are well sustained. We quote fancy
SUGAR-Has ruled quiet but steady, with sales dairies of Glades at 43a45 cents: fair to good do., 40u 43 ||
Jquote City Association at 14Wal5 cents, in dry salt, for limited to the supply of the local trade. We quote:
Steers: 14 cents for Cows: green slaughtered 12 cents for Fair to good refining grades at llall cents; Cuba, fair cents; and Western at 32,35 cts. CANNED GOODS-Are active, with an improve
City: New Orleans 13a 13% cents for green salted Steers: to good. 11 al2 cents: prime to choice do. 12Xal3 cents:
18a18, cents for dry salted do.; Buenos Ayres 21a22 Porto Rico, fair to good, 1134a1294 cents; prime to choice ment in prices. We quote as follows:
I cents gold, and Calf Skins $1.75a2 piece currency. 18a1332 cents, and Demarara Vacuum Pan 14 bal432 11b Cove Oysters, per dozen cans..................$0 00@1 50 2 1 6
0 002 50
IRON AND NAILS-We note a moderate business cents. Refined Sugars are selling at 15% cents for 2 B Peaches.......
O 004 50
at the following quotations, viz: Duty 1 to 19 cents phard crushed; 1574 for soft white; 15. for Circle A; 15 21 “
Db.; Railroad, 60 cents P100 lbs.; Boiler Plate, 19 cents cents for B; 1474 cents for Cextra, and 1414 cents for C .
0 0005 00 ....... 3 16"
0 000 6 00
| pb.; Sheet, Band, Hoop and Scroll, 194 to 134 cents yellow. Syrup--we quote Maryland at 80 cents; Balti2 1 Pine Apple......
0 0004 00
more 75 cents; Chesapeake at 35a55 cents, and Mer2 Blackberries.....
$10 00(a; 841 00
ton. chants, at 35 cents gallon.
No. 2..... Tomatoes... 0 0002 25
38 000 40 00 * TOBACCO-Is dull and inactive with the tendency No. 3. 0 00 a 3 00
34 00 36 00
in prices to favor purchasers of both Maryland and 2 lb String Beans.
0 000 2 25
33 00 34 00 " Western Leaf. We quote:
..$3 75@ 4 50
45 000 46 00 2 lb Green Peas..
" 0 00 03 75
5 00@ 5 50 2 lb Strawberries..
3 2503 50
45 00 00 00
. 6 00@ 7 00 2 tb Damsons..........
Forge..... 0 000 1 00
Middling.............. 45 00(a) 00 00
8 00@10 00 0 000 1 00
American ret, Bars, 2 th Egg Plums...
sizes 90 00 00 00
10 000 15 00 0 00 0,4 50 2 Ib Green Gages...
85 00 00 00
17 000 25 00
6 50% 2 tb Quinces
750 ** 0 0004 00
Upper country ........
7 00@35 00 2 th Pears..
2 7503 25
4 00 13 00
95 000 110 00 2 Cherries.
Flat or Boiler.......
** 0 00@3 25
Ohio inferior to good common.
4 00@ 6 00 1 b Lobster.
0 00@1 75
80 000 90 00
2 00@ 8 00
90 00@ 95 00 "
9 000 15 00 Rails....................... 2 ib Salmon...... 4 50@5 00
80 00@ 86 00
9 000 13 00 1 lb Spiced Oysters.......................
0 00@1 75
15 00@25 00
454000 2 D
" 0 00(2 75
yellow do, and fancy.....
.30 00 @ 40 00 Brandy Peaches, quarts...........
0 00@5 00
8 00@10 00 * Best flange.......
712732 CHEESE-Continues in fair demand, with prices
00@14 00 ** Fire box......
81%@00 " steady. We quote Eastern Dairy at 18a 19 cents, and
good to fine......
.15 00@18 00 Western at 16a 18 cents. NAILS--Duty, Cut 1%cents; Wrought 2 cents; Horse
.....20 00@25 00 i Shoe 5 cents: 5d. and upwards, $5; 3d., $6.50; 4d., $5.50. COTTON-Opened active at an advance, but later in
MANUFACTURED-Is in fair demand for good quality. the week the market became dull, and to effect sales
LEATHER-Business is limited and stock fair. We We quote tax paid as follows: sellers had to submit to a decline in price. The sales quote Light rough Skirting at 40a 43 cents; Middling
Pounds and Hay Pounds, Twist, &c. include some 400 bales fair to good Middling Uplands do. 38a41 cents; City Slaughtered 43a46 cents; Country Fine
Fine bright... at 26 cents, down to 24%a25 cents o ib., closing dull at do. 39a42 cents; Spanish Sole 37a38 cents; Calf Skins,
Good bright........ about the latter quotations. rough. 75a100 cents; and finished $1.60a 1.65 piece.
Medium sound.. COTTON DUCK-Sales at 56 cents for No. 1, and 53
LUMBER-Quite an active demand prevails, and
first class stock is wanted. We note several sales this cents for No. 2.
| Common sound........
Unsound..... COFFEE-The market under a good inquiry is week, principally Yellow Pine Boards and Scantling.
Fives, Tens, and Twelves.
58 @ FLOUR-Has exhibited but little animation, the
65 % Siding........ Medium...
50 55 sales being mostly confined to the supply of the local
and 15 inch trade, and foot up as follows: 2,000 bbls. Western Ex
WHISKEY-The market has been quite active, with tra at $9.50a 10.50; 500 do, common spring wheat West
1 an improvement in tone, under light supplies. We ern at $8.50; 1,000 bbls. Western Family at $11. and 1.500
note sales of some 500 bbls. City and Wostorn at $1.35a do. City Múlls Extra within the range of quotations:
1.367 gallon, closing at the inside figures.
Live Stock Market.
10 25all 00
There was an increased supply of Beef Cattle offered
11 50a12 00
at the scales this week, in consequence of which the
market ruled dull and prices lower. The offerings City Mills Super...
8 00a 8 50
9 75a 10 00
foot up 2.631 head, which were disposed of as follows: " " Shipping brands Extra
11 00all 50
971 were taken for the trade by Baltimore butchers: 5& inch
15 00a 00 00 James S. Welch's Family.
690 sold to farmers for grazing; 520 to speculators and Greenfield Family ........ 14 50a00 00
to supply other markets; 400 withdrawn for reshipExtra lots % Poplar .. George W. Legg's Family..... 13 75a00 00 Cypress Shingles, choice brands....
ment East, and 50 left over unsold. Of those sold we lower grade ...... 13 50a00 00
quote for the best quality $7a8 * 100 lbs.: good do.. $6a7: Horicon Family Extra
12 25a00 00
medium to good fair do., $5a; ordinary thin Steers
and Cows, $1a5; inferior grades $3a4. Most of the sales Extra......
12 50a00 00
at $4.50a6.50 100 lbs., and extreme range of prices $3a8 Reservoir Family...
13 50a00 00
-a decline of 25a50 cents 100 lbs. Of the receipts
568 13 50a00 00
13 '00a00 00 Ashland Family......
13 50200 00 Mount Clare Family.. Hemlock Scantling......
92 Mount Vernon Retailing Ex
12 50a00 00
• White Pine...... Exchange Extra........
11 50a00 00
l of which 2.256 were brought by the Baltimore and
of whic Chesapeake Extra... Hockley Extra........
12 00a00 00
Shingles are selling at $9all p M, as to quality. Ohio Railroad, and 375 were driven to market. Severn Super.
9 25a00 00 MOLASSES-Good and prime grocery are scarce and Hogs—The receipts this week were 6,414, and with a Western Super...
7 25a 8 25 in fair demand. We quote: Porto Rico, 55a68 cents; limited demand prices ruled dull at a decline of 50 Extra shipping.
9 25a 960 Cuba, fair to prime, 48a55 cents; and English Island 50 cents per 100 lbs. We quote fair to prime $10.50a13 * Choice Extra.... 10 00a10°50 a68 cents, as to quality.
100 lbs. 10 75all 25 PROVISIONS-The market has been only moder SHEEP-Under a good supply and moderate demand Northwestern Super.
7 259 8 25 ately active this week, and prices of some articles are I the market was inactive, and we note a decline of Extra......
- 900a10 75 a shade lower. Stock continued limited with a fair about yc. Ib. on the price of last week. We quote Rye Flour........
8 50a 9 50 retail demand. We note sales of Bacon at 14a144 fat sheep at 3%a5 cents a D., and Lambs at $2a3.50 Corn Meal.............
5 75a 6 00 cents for Shoulders; 17a1774 cents for Rib Sides; 1717a | head.
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land, the Rhine, England, Scotland, Wales, etc., etc. tion of the holder. A sinking fund is provided, suffi
N O R M A!
STEREOSCOPES we manufacture very largely, and cient to pay off the whole mortgage at maturity.
have a large stock of the best styles at the lowest rates. SATURDAY
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.-Our manufacture of Each bond is for $1,000 or £200 sterling. Interest is
Albums is well known throughout the country, as supayable in New York or London, at the option of the
perior in quality and beauty to all others. We never holder.
POSITIVELY NO OPERAS REPEATED. buy any, but all we sell are made in our own Factory,
and our styles are different from those of any other These bonds are amply secured, being a first and
maker. Buyers should not fail to see our stock before only lien upon the company's entire line of road-NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR RESERVED SEATS. making their purchases. which traverses the finest district of Illinois-upon its Box Sheets for the Sale of Secured Seats (for the
E. & H. T, ANTHONY & CO., franchises, rolling stock and other property, and upon I Whole Week) will be opened on Wednesday morning.
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, its coal lands, of which it now controls over 20,000
October 14, at McCaffrey's Music Store, No. 205 Balti-
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials. acres, estimated to contain 100,000,000 tons of coal. The Pianos used by the Richings Troupe are from These lands, on the completion of the road, would the celebrated warerooms of Wm. Knabe & Co., No. 350 T
West Baltimore street. probably sell for a sum sufficient to retire the whole
Correct Libretlos for Sale at McCaffrey's. mortgage.
J. F. ZIMMERMAN, Treasurer. I, Nos. 360 and 362 N. Eutaw Street, For all the coal the company can produce there is a
BALTIMORE. ready market; 1,000 miles of railway, and the popula- T HE BEST KID GLOVES IN THE WORLD are tion of 30,000 square miles of territory, can be supplied
IMRS. S. BLEDSOE HERRICK, Principal,
LAPORTE'S PARIS KID CLOVES, 1 Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and Natural with fuel from its mines more readily and cheaply than from any other quarter.
Men's and Women's Sizes.
ophy; assisted in Natural Philosophy by Miss
BLEDSOE. A large part of the means required in the construc
Mrs. ALBERT T. BLEDSOE, English Grammar,
Geography, Chronology, and History. tion of this road is derived from stock subscriptions.
111 Gloves made by
MISS E. M. BLEDSOE, Latin, French, and German. Over $1,500,000 has been already expended upon the
PROF. ALBERT T. BLEDSOE, A. M.. LL.D., Moral line from this source alone, and subscriptions to the
Philosophy, Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, English
Language and Composition; assisted in the last two capital stock are now pledged sufficient to pay the
branches by Mrs. HERRICK. whole cost of the road, with the exception of superstructure and rolling stock, leaving the proceeds of
Music, Painting, Drawing, and Dancing, will be
taught by the best Professors; and the terms will be . the bonds to be applied to these purposes, and to the
regulated by their charges. purchase of coal lands.
In addition to the regular course of instruction, of the entire line 165 miles are now graded. The
Semi-monthly Lectures to the School and an invited
audience, will be delivered by Prof. Bledsoe and seywork is proceeding rapidly and successfully. It is in
eral distinguished friends of education, tended to have the first division of fifty miles, giving
The School will open on the 15th of September, and an outlet to the coal, in operation by January 1, and
FISK, CLARK & FLAGG,
close on the 20th of June. A recess of ten days will the whole line withirr one year.
be given at Christmas, and also at Easter. Agents for the United States,
For Circulars apply to the Principal. The estimated earnings of the road, with its coal business, are three-fold what will be required to pay
No. 58 White street, New York.
GOLDSMITH & GILL, interest on its bonds. It the
NEW AND RICHThe trustee for the bondholders is the Union Trust N
CHEAP AND GOOD.
Gentlemen's Outfitting Establishment, Company, of New York.
Every description of GAS FIXTURES, at the oldest
house in the city. Selling off entire stock at reduced At the present price of gold the bonds pay an inprices, to close out. Heavy six-light Chandeliers at
. 88 NORTH CHARLES STREET, come of over 10 per cent. in currency.
from $25 to $75. Small Fixtures at very low rates. For sale at the office of this company, No. 12 Wall
Every description of Re-bronzing and Re-gilding ar- Take pleasure in announcing to their friends that they street. Government and other securities received in
tistically executed. Gas-lights introduced into publie have taken the large store. No. 88 North Charles street.
and private buildings under my own superintendence, exchange at market rates.
JOIN W. JÉVENS, der and are fully prepared to furnish every article apperH. H, BOODY, Treasurer.
corner of St. Paul street and Bank lane. Ttaining to a first class Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.
Louisa School for Young Ladies,
ves made by me
bear my signatur
opportunity of thoroughly testing all really valuable LIFE INSURANCE
inventions in Watchmaking; and it being the sole
CORNER SOUTH, aim of the Company to produce Watches which as
Baltimore. time-keepers would bear comparison with the very best made anywhere, they now confidently assert that
Advertisements inserted in all Newspapers of the WALTHAM WATCHES have every improvement
the South and West, at Publishers lowest prices which time and experience have proved valuable.
COMPANY MHE AMERICAN WATCH CO, desire specially to
NOTICE. 1. remark that having had the refusal of all the con
RICHARD W. MCCONNELL, Court of Comtrivances designed to prevent damage to the train by
for use of WM. HENDERSON, mon Pleas of the breakage of mainsprings,
Venango CounOF NEW YORK.
THE WALNUT BEND OIL COMPANY, I ty, Pa. No. 45, FOGG'S PATENT CENTER-PINION
Jan'y T. 1808. was adopted for that purpose as the best, and faultless.
1. And now, to wit, Sept. 5, 1868, motion in open Court
to publish notice of liquidation of judgment in the W ALTHAM WATCHES are now supplied with
above case in the Venango Spectator, a newspaper V Patent DUST-PROOF CAPS, protecting the
published in Venango county, and in the Baltimore movement from dust, and greatly lessening the ne
Leader, a newspaper published in the city of Balti
more, Maryland. cessity of frequent cleaning, &c.; an improvement of
JAS. D. HANCOCK, Pl'ls Atty. very great value to watch-wearers whose watches are c
are F. S. WINSTON, -
Granted- Per Cur. exposed to rough usage and constant wear,
LIQUIDATION. THE DIFFERENT GRADES OF WALTHAM
Debt as per Statement filed.....
8290.00 1. WATCHES have frequently been submitted to the
Interest from Nov. 18, 1865. severest tests to determine their time-keeping quali
The Defendant will take notice that the above claim
will be liquidated by the Prothonotary of Venango ties, and have invariably been found thoroughly reli
county at his office in Franklin, Pa., Nov. 4, 1868, at 10 able and accurate, receiving the strongest endorse
o'clock a. m.
J. H. SMITH, Pro, ments from railway engineers, conductors and ex-CASH ASSETS, over............ ........$28,000,000 pressmen, the most exacting class of watch-wearers
NOTICE. and a USAGE OF FIFTEEN YEARS HAS SUFFICIENTLY
) Court of Common
Pleas of VenanTHERE ARE MANY KINDS, GRADES, SIZES,
THE WALNUT BEND OIL go County, Pa. and United States Stocks.
1 No. 46, Jan'y T. I and Descriptions of Watches made by the WALT
(of Baltimore.) ) 1868. IIAM COMPANY, adapted to the tastes and means of
And now, to wit, Sept. 5; 1868, motion in open Court all classes; but the Company's written guaranty ac
to publish notice of liquidation of judgment in the companies every Watch that bears the Company's
above case in the Venango Spectator, a newspaper
published in Venango county, and in the Baltimore name, and should be required of every seller.
Leader, a newspaper published in the city of BaltiNo Watches retailed by the Company.
Issues every approved description of
more, Maryland. ROBBINS & APPLETON, Agents,
JAS. D. HANCOCK, Pl'ffs Atty.
Balance of debt as per claim filed......................$104.25
1 The Defendant will take notice that the above claim
county at his office in Franklin, Pa., Nov. 4, 1868, at 10 elegant stock of
o'clock a. m.
J. H. SMITH, Pro. either in payment of Premiums, or to purchase Diamonds and other Rich Jewelry,
NOTICE. SILVER WARE, ARTISTIC BRONZES, CLOCKS, additional Insurance, at the option of the assured. and VASES,
Court of Common SELECTED PERSONALLY IN EUROPE.
for use of W . HENDERSON, Pleas of VenanAgents for the Celebrated Patek, Phillpipe & Co.
go County, Pa. THE WALNUT BEND OIL COMPANY,
0. F. BRESEE, WATCHES.
No. 43, Jan'y T. (of Baltimore.)
And now, to wit, Sept. 5, 1868, motion in open Court WALTER CROOK, JR.,
GENERAL AGENT, to publish notice of liquidation of judgment in the
above case in the Venango Spectator, a newspaper No. 220 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
No. 21 South Street. published in Venango county, and in the Baltimore
Leader, a newspaper published in the city of BaltiSTILL keeps the Finest as well as the Cheapest
more, Maryland, for the period of six weeks. Thoroughly Assorted Stock of
JAS. D. HANCOCK, Pl'ffs Atty. PROF. F. DONALDSON,
Granted-Per Cur. UPHOLSTERY GOODS, WINDOW SHADES, &c.
Balance of debt as per claim filed...
... $101.25 CURTAINS,
Marine and Fire Insurance.
Interest from Dec. 5, 1865.
The Defendant will take notice that the above claim
I will be liquidated by the Prothonotary of Venango
ERCHANTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE COM-
county at his office in Franklin, Pa., Nov. 4, 1868, at 10 - PANY OF BALTIMORE,
o'clock a, m.
J. H. SMITH, Pro. MACKENZIE BROTHERS,
ALEXANDER MCCONNELL, Court of Common Importers of and Dealers in
for use of WM. HENDERSON, Pleas of VenanGEO. B. COALE, ALLEN A. CHAPMAN
go County, Pa. COACH AND SADDLERY HARDWARE,
President. TIE WALNUT BEND OIL COMPANY, No. 44, Jan'y T. 58 EXCHANGE PLACE.
1868. SPOKES, FELLOES.
GEO. B. COALE,
And now, to wit, Sept. 5, 1868, motion in open Court
to publish notice of liquidation of judgment in the CARRIAGE AND TIRE BOLTS,
Fire Insurance Agent and Broker.
| above case in the Venango Spectator, a newspaper MOSS, SHOE THREADS.
published in Venango county, and in the Baltimore HAMES, STIRRUPS, etc., etc.
RO CENTS WILL BUY A CENTURY WRITING Leader, a newspaper published in the city of Balti.
CASE, containing 6 Sheets Commercial Note mo
JAS. D. HANCOCK, PI'ffs Att'y,
Lead Pencil, 12 Motto Seals, a guaranteed Receipt for
The Defendant will take notice that the above claim 8. E. COR. LOMBARD AND CHEAPSIDE, * $100 U.S. Money Packed Daily in these Cases will be liquidated by the Prothonotary of Venango
AGENTS WANTED-SEND FOR CIRCULAR. county at his office in Franklin, Pa., Nov. 4, 1868, at 10
J. H, SMITH, Pro.
J. H. GROVESTEEN,
CUSHINGS & BAILEY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, WAREROOMS,
No. 262 BALTIMORE STREET, GROVESTEEN, FULLER & CO., No. 350 West Baltimore Street, near Eutaw,
Are prepared to offer Goods in their line, at prices
that will compare favorably with those of any other NEW WAREROOMS, .
Their Stock of SCHOOL, LAW, MEDICAL, and No. 55 MERCER STREET, NEW YORK.
attained an un-purchased pre-eminence, which pronoun MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS is large and well selected.
A large and varied assortment of
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN STATIONERY
They keep constantly on hand a full supply of
of different styles and of their own manufacture. is pliant and elastic, and entirely free from the stiffness Having a Bindery connected with their Store, they The great increase in the demand for our PIANO and in so many Pianos. In
are, at all times, able, at short notice, to fill orders for FORTES throughout the country have compelled us
workmanship to extend our Manufacturing facilities to three times
Blank Books, ruled to any pattern, or of any desired they are unexcelled, using none but the very best SEA- style of Binding. their former size, and having added many
SONED MATERIAL, the large capital employed in our
se Orders, received by mail, will meet with prompt New Improvements in Manufacturing, stock of lumber, etc., on hand.
All our SQUARE PIANOS have our New Im- IDYou are requested to call and examine our Stock we shall continue to keep our prices the same as they
proved Overstrung scale and the AGRAFFE TREBLE. and Prices before purchasing elsewhere. always have been, the LOWEST of any
We would call special attention to our late improve-
DUBLISHED THIS MORNING:
MODERN WOMEN AND WHAT IS SAID OF
THEM. by at least One-Third, and we respectfully solicit
PATENTED AUGUST 14, 1866,
A reprint of a series of articles in the Saturday Reparties about purchasing to a comparison with all Which bring the Piano nearer perfection than has yet view. With an introduction by
MRS. LUCIA GILBERT CALHOUN. other makers.
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ALSO, FOR THE
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Mistress & Maid on Dress Husband Hunting.
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Papal Woman. ng
Modern Mothers. COTTAGE
Priesthood of Woman.
A Word for Female Van The Future of Woman.
Costume and its Morals.
The Abuse of Match-Mak La Femme Passée. Is everywhere pronounced, by competent judges, to
The Fading Flower. be superior to others for the following reasons:
Feminine Influence. Pretty Preachers.
In one vol., 12mo., handsomely printed and bound
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booksellers. Having also been extracted.
Sent by the Publisher, post paid, on receipt of the It leaves no acrid, disagreeable aftertaste.
J. S. REDFIELD, Publisher,
140 Fulton street, New York.
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Being very light, one pound will last
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Buy it, try it, and convince yourself. If only on these Organs.
Your dealer does not keep it, ask him to get it.
DR. J. A. SHERMAN, smoke. It is much lower in price and of heavier body 79 W.FAYETTE ST., ONE DOOR FROM CHARLES, than the former, and its sale, wherever introduced, is Artistic Surgeon, respectfully offers his services in the BALTIMORE, MD.
not only permanent, but constantly on the increase. application of his Rupture Curative Appliances, at AT An Agent wanted in every City and Town in the
Orders for elegant Meerschaum Pipes are also placed his office, South. in the various bags of this brand daily.
697 BROADWAY, corner 4th Street. Be sure you get Lorillard's.
The great experience of DR. SHERMAN, resulting BENTEEN'S
We are still packing $100 daily in Century Chewing from his long and constant devotion to the Treatment Tobacco, and have lately improved its quality very and Cure of this disease, assures him of his ability to much.
relieve all, without regard to the age of the patient, or PIANO ROOMS, A GENTS WANTED-For the Standard and om
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stitute, New Orleans, for a period of more than fifteen Established 1836.
years, had under his care the worst cases in the counBy JAMES D. MCCABE, Jr.,
try, all of which were effectually relieved, and many.
to their great joy, restored to a sound body.
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son in the United States. Agents in all parts of the country pronounce it the Prices to suit all classes. It is the only, as well as best selling subscription book in the field, and wear
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