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to Liberia in whom it is unmistakably evident that tion he may have showing that the people of Hayti Doolittle, amended by Mr. Whyte, in regard to the they have the highest welfare of Africa at heart." and San Domingo desire to be annexed. A bill was salaries of the Judges for the suppression of the slave Approved persons will probably start from Baltimore, passed to close up the land offices in those States trade, the bill was passed. The proposed Constituin the Golconda, about the lst of May. The Golconda where the public lands do not exceed 5,000 acres. The tional amendment from the House, to allow colored is now on her return voyage from Liverpool, and is House adjourned without coming to a vote on the pro- suffrage, was taken up. Several amendments were expected to carry out a large number of emigrants. posed suffrage article. An amendment forbidding proposed, but no vote taken. The Committee on
-The President has directed that a pardon be issued the imposition of property or educational qualifica- Printing made a report in relation to the contract for for Dr. Mudd, one of the alleged assassination con- tions was rejected by a large majority, but several stationery for the Interior Department, together with spirators at the Dry Tortugas.
substitutes involving the same prohibition were be a resolution directing that all payments under said -Thus far political disabilities have been removed fore the House at the time of adjournment.
contract be withheld. The resolution was adopted, by Congress from above one hundred persons. There In the Senate on Saturday, January 30th, M. Conk- and a bill passed to provide the mode of procuring are three or four hundred applications now pendinging introduced a bill for a mail steamship line be-stationery for Congress. before the Committee on Reconstruction, asking for tween New York and Amsterdam. Mr. Morton intro
The Sergeant-at-Arms brought to the bar of the similar favor. One-third of them are from Virginia. duced a bill for the admission of Montana as a State.
House Messrs. F. Scannell and Henry Johnson, of -Governor Clayto
kansas, admits that the The Pension. Military Academy and Navy Appropri- New York, charged with contempt in refusing to militiamen in that State have committed outrages, ation bills were passed. The Naval Appropriation
answer certain questions before the select committee but says the perpetrators have, as far as practicable, bill was first amended by repealing the law author. appointed to investigate the alleged election frauds been summarily dealt with.
ising the appointment of ten selected apprentices in New York. Quite an exciting debate ensued. Mr. -Hon. Arthur I. Boreman has been elected by the annually to the Naval Academy, and by appropriating Scannell was discharged from arrest for contempt, but West Virginia Legislature United States Senator, in $5,000 for observations of the solar eclipse of August held in custody, as was also Mr. Johnson, A bill was place of Peter G. Van Winkle, whose term expires on next. An appropriation of $50,000 was also added for reported to authorise the building of a military and the 4th of March next.
improving the harbor of the Midway Islands in the postal railroad from Washington to New York. Laid -The Republican Central Committee of Virginia Pacific. The Senate refused to reconsider its vote re-over. Mr. Phelps, of Maryland, presented the memohave called a State Convention
on, to meet on the 9th of fusing the rotunda of the Capitol for unofficial in- rial of the personal representatives of Richard Hall, March, auguration festivities.
of Queen Anne's county, Maryland, praying compen-A nitro-glycerine explosion on the Lebanon The House, after reiecting the substitutes offered by sation for losses sustained during the late war with Springs Railroad, in South Petersburg, Rensselaer Mr. Shellabarger and Mr. Bingham, adopted the joint
Great Britain. county, New York, killed three men and frightfully resolution proposing to amend the Constitution so as maimed five others.
PRICES CURRENT AND REVIEW OF THE to enforce negro suffrage. Mr. Ross introduced a reso-Rev. Joseph Callaghan, one of the passengers lution reducing to one year the term of residence
BALTIMORE MARKET. killed by the recent steamer Pereire disaster, was a
For the Week ending Thursday, Feb. 4, 1869. required for naturalisation. prominent Roman Catholic clergyman of Maryland, In the Senate on Monday, February 1st, Mr. Morgan, [Our quotations are invariably Wholesale, unless otherand well known in Baltimore city. from the Committee on Commerce, reported with
wise expressed.] -The number of bankruptcies in Virginia is 4,298.
nendments the bill to aid the American and ALCOHOL.-The market is bare of Western. We
Asiatic Telegraph Company: The Senate approved note sales of Eastern at $2.05a2.10, and Cologne Spirits FORTIETH CONGRESS. the amendment of its committee restoring the Cen- at $2.15 gallon,
APPLES–Are in fair demand at $5.50a6 for New tral and South American Missions to the Consular and In the United States Senate on Thursday, January
York State and $5a5.50 Pbbl. for Western. 28th, the credentials of John Scott, Senator elect from Diplomatic Appropriation bill, but adjourned before ASHES-Are in moderate request at $7.75a7.87 for
Pots, and $9a9.25 + 100 lbs. for Pearls. Pennsylvania, were presented. The bill relating to completing its consideration of the bill.
BAGS-Are in limited demand. We quote Jute the appointment of midshipmen from the Southern Among the bills and resolutions introduced in the Seamless at 28a30 cents: Cotton do, 35a45 cents: Duck States was passed. The proposed Constitutional House on Monday, were two by Mr. Robinson, in-45a55 cents; small Gunnies 20 cents, and large and
extra size 27 a 29 cents each, amendment allowing negroes to vote and hold oflice. creasing the President's salary to $100,000, and giving ! BEESWAX-For prime vellow holders are asking was taken up, and the substitute of the Judiciary $75,000 to the widow and children of the late President 38a39 cents tb., with limited sales. Committee for the first section was adopted. Mr. Lincoln; by Mr. Shanks, giving the monitors Mianto-' BEANS-Sales in small lots at $1.50a2.20 for Beans,
and $1.25al.40 for Black eyed Peas. Buckalew moved an additional section, requiring nomah and Agawam to Greece; by Mr. Spalding, a BARK_The market is quiet, with sales of No. 1 Presidential electors to be chosen by the people, and constitutional amendment for dividing each State Quercitron at $35, and No. 2 $23a24 ton f.o.b.
BUTTER-The inquiry for the lower grades of solid authorising Congress to prescribe the mode of their into districts, each district to choose a Presidential
packed and Western continuing. and the market selection. Mr. Davis, of Kentucky.offered an amend- elector ; by Mr. Myers, appropriating $200,000 to fit being bare of this grade, we have no transactions of ment requiring all Constitutional amendments to be League Island, in the Delaware, for a naval station, moment to report. The general tendency in other submitted to a direct vote of the people. Mr. Bucka- and several railroad aid bills, which last were referred grades is dull and declining. We quote the market
nominal for choice Glades at 43a45 cents; fair do. 35a38 lew proposed to add a provision for the election of to the Committee on Public Lands. A resolution al
al-cents, and common 28a30 cents; choice' Western roll Presidential Electors by the people of the several lowing additional compensation to clerks in Wash-43a45 cents; and do. New York State at 48a50 cents # Ib. States, in such manner as Congress may determine: ington was tabled-79 to 74. Mr. Orth introduced al. CANNED GOODS-Are in good demand, especially
for vegetables and oysters. We continue to quote: but, some opposition being made to this, he offered it resolution for the annexation of San Domingo, and
1 lb Cove Oysters, per dozen cans..................$0 00@1 50 as a separate amendment. The House bill restoring inflexibly demanded the previous question on it, and 2 lb "
..O 0002 50 2 b Peaches......
4 000 4 50 the Indian Bureau to the War Department was re- it was tabled by a large majority. The Senate amend
0 00(a 5 00 ported, with a substitute creating a Department of ments to the Pension and Military Academy Appro- 3 16.
0 00( 6 00 Indian Affairs. priation bills were concurred in; those to the Naval 2 tb Pine Apple......
4 00(04 50 2 h Green Corn....
3 25@3 75 In the House, the Army Appropriation bill was re- Appropriation bill were referred to the Naval Com
2 lb Green Peas....
0 00@3 75 ported. Mr. Paine, from the Reconstruction Commit mittee. The Senate resolution for a joint committee
2 h Strawberries...
3 2503 50 tee, reported the resolution directing that committee on the reorganisation of the Civil Service was con 2 tb Damsons....
0 00@4 00 1 Egg Plums.......
0 000 4 00 to inquire whether Georgia was entitled to represen- curred in. The House resolved to hold evening ses
Ib Green Gages....
0 0004 50 tation, which was adopted. The contested case of sions, in order to dispose of the Internal Revenue
2 lb Quinces.
0 000 4 00 Wimpy vs. Christy, of Georgia, was taken up, and bill.
2 lb Pears..........
2 753 25 postponed until the third Tuesday of February. Mr. In the Senate on Tuesday, 2d inst., a number of bills 2 I Cherries.....
0 0003 25 Ib Blackberries
0 003 00 Perham's Pension bill was considered. The Indian were introduced and referred, one of them relative to
2 1 Tomatoes...
0 00@2 25 Appropriation bill was taken up, but not disposed of, telegraphic communication between the United States
0 0063 00 Mr. Boutwell's Constitutional amendment, and bill and foreign countries, and another to increase tem 2 tb String Beans.
0 00@2 25 1 lb Lobster..
0 0001 75 relating to suffrage, were discussed. porarily the pay of the officers of the army. The Con
2 lb "
0 00(a 2 75 The credentials of Senator Chandler, of Michigan, sular and Diplomatic bill was taken up, and quite a 2 Salmon.....
4 500 5 00 were presented to the Senate, Jan. 29, and Mr. Morton, spirited debate ensued on the amendment to reduce 1 lb Spiced Oysters......................................
0 00@1 75 2 lb
0 00(2 75 from the Committee on Representative Reform, re- the salaries of certain Judges at Capetown, Sierra
Brandy Peaches, quarts.....
... 0 000 5 00 ported Mr. Buckalew's amendment for the choice of Leone, and New York, appointed many years ago, CHEESE-Is in better demand, and with limited Presidential electors directly from the people, and ad- under the law to suppress the slave trade. A substi- stock we note an improvement. We now qnote East
ern Factory at 20a21 cents Ib. No Western on the vocated its adoption. The Military bill, introduced tute for the amendment was adopted, requiring the
market. by Mr. Wilson, was passed, with amendments. A Judges to remain at the towns to which they are ap- | CHEMICALS-Demand moderate at unchanged resolution for a commission to inquire whether legis- pointed, and to be paid only for the time they are at rates, viz: Soda Ash 2 a 234 cents; Caustic Soda 5a574
cents; Sal Soda $1.90, and Bleaching Powders 32 cents, lation is necessary for the taking of the next census their posts. was adopted. The Committee on Pensions reported The House agreed to the Senate's amendment to the COTTON DUCK AND YARNS—Have advanced. against the resolution granting a pension to the bill to vacate certain offices in the States of Virginia. We now quote 22 inch No. 1 Duck at 57 cents; No. 2, 54
cents: No. 3, 51 cents; No. 4, 48 cents; No. 5, 46 cts., No. widow of the late President Lincoln. The Committee Mississippi and Texas. The bill in relation to the
6, 44 cts; No. 7, 41 cents; No. 8, 38 cents; No. 9, 35 cents; on Appropriations reported the Consular and Diplo- Pension laws was further considered and finally re- and No. 10, 33 cents 7 yard, and Yarns at 40 cents 7 b. matic Appropriation bill, restoring the suppressed committed, after which a bill was passed authorising for low numbers.
COAL-We quote Cumberland at $4.90a5 ton f.o. b. Central and South American missions. Mr. Willey the construction of a bridge across the East river, be
at Locust Point, and Anthracite at $9.50 for hard, and introduced a bill for the sale of Southern public lands tween New York and Brooklyn,
$10 for soft, delivered. to the West Virginia Central Railroad Company, pay- In the Senate on Wednesday, Mr. Whyte presented COFFEE-We continue to quote a very active marment to be made in preferred stock, and the company a memorial of citizens of Baltimore, protesting against The sales for the week have been confined to the re
ket, although there is no noticeable change in prices. to undertake the expenditure of $100,000 within ten any further delay in the operations of the Bankrupt tail trade, and full prices have been paid. We quote years in settling and improving them. law. The Consular and Diplomatic bill was then taken
choice Rio at 183%a19 cents; prime 17%a17% cents, good
151a16 cents; fair 14a15 cents; and ordinary 123 a 1316 In the House the Post Office Appropriation bill was up, and another lively debate ensued. After the adop
another lively debate ensued. After the adop-cents; Java 24a 25 cents, and Laguay ra 17a18 cents pt. reported. The President was asked for any informa-' tion of several amendments, including one by Mr.' COTTON—The market for the week has been void
..., 1 70
of animation, although there is no disposition on the NAILS-Duty, Cut 1%, cents; Wrought 2%cents; Horse ry do. 29a30 cents; Tub-washed 52a55 cents; and Fleece part of holders to part with their goods; consequently Shoe 5 cents; 5d. and upwards, $5; 3d., $6.50; 4d., $5.50. at 43a48 cents.. there is very little offering, except at advanced rates. LEATHER_The demand is fair and stocks still.WHISKEY-Has ruled dull with a declining ten. The receipts are fair.We quote ordinary at 27 cents; small and market firm. We quote Light rough Skirt- dency. We quote Western and City at $1 7 gallon, good ordinary 2732 cents; low Middling 28%2 cents, Ling at 40a 43 cts.: Middling do. 38a41 cts.: City Slaugh Tee. and Middling 29/4 cents.
tered 43a46 cts; Country do. 39a4l cts,; Spanish Sole DRIED FRUIT---The market continues quiet at 35a38 cents; Calf Skins, rough, 75a 100 cents; and fin- PLANTATION BITTERS combine rare medicinal about the quotations of last week. We note a fair de
ished $1.60a1.65 ib. mand for Apples for New York account, but prices are
MOLASSES—The market has been very steady and
virtues with a delicious aroma, and a flavor grategenerally unchanged. We quote them firm at 72a9/2lquiet. the demand being alone for the grocery trade ful to the palate. It is purely vegetable, and in cents; Peaches, peeled, 16a24 cents for good to choice:
We note sales of Porto Rico at 48a 60 cents; Muscovado
vadol its composition all the requisites of science have un peeled 13a14 cents for halves, and 7a10 cts. for
38a42 cents: Cuba clayed 35a37 cents: English Island, quarters; Blackberries 12a20 cents; Whortleberries
43a65 cents; and New Orleans 70a80 cents gallon. 18a20 cents: pitted Cherries 38a40 eents, and unpitted | MILL FEED-Is firmly held at 35 cents for Brown
and sexes. It is gentle, stimulating and soothing. do. 8a10 cents th) Stuffs: and 38 cents for Middlings, with sales.
All dyspeptic disorders are cured by it, and it reFERTILIZERS-The market is nominal. Wequote
ninal. Wequote NAVAL STORES-Are inactive, and market dull pairs and restores nature's wasted powers. PLANPeruvian Guano $62.50, gold, a ton of 2,000 lbs.; Mexi- and nominal. We quote Spirits Turpentine at 45 TATION BITTERS are increasing daily in favor with can A $30 currency; Raw Bone $56; Super Phosphate cents gallon; Pitch $4 pbbl.; Tar $3 for small, and all classes. It relieves suffering, renders life & $60; Rhodes' Standard Manure, $50, in bags or bbls.;
$3.75 for Wilmington. Common Rosin $2.50a2,75a2.8. Orchilla Guano 830 P ton: Soluble Pacific Guano 865:
for No. 2, and $3a5 Pbbl. for No. 1. Patapsco Guano $60; R. R. Griffith's Prepared Fish
ONIONS-Are in limited supply and selling
d selling at $7a8 ful light on the future. Guano, in 125 h. bags, $55 7 ton; Raw Bone Phosphatel
brl, for Eastern $56 m ton; Chicago Bone Fertilizer $16; Chicago Blood
OILS AND CANDLES.-There is no change to noManure $50; Maryland Powder of Bone $46 ton; Coe's tice in prices. The demand continues limited. Welported German Cologne, and sold at half the price.
MAGNOLIA WATER.-Superior to the best imSuper Phosphate of Lime $60 a ton,
quote: FISH–There is more inquiry, and we quote the
Sperm Oil, winter......... ................$2 40 to $2 50 market firm with an advancing tendency, víz:
...... 1 31
Best Virginia Wood.
18 50@19 00 W
Sawed, Split and Delivered,
14 00@15 00
Sawed, Split and Delivered,
Saweå, Split and Delivered,
95 to 1
Sawed, Split and Delivered,
2 500 3 00
5 50@ 6 00
7 007 50
171 to 1734
Kindling Wood, Labrador Herring....
9 00 10 00
33 to 35
All Sizes, Large Magdalene, boxes.......
34 to 36
All Sizes, supply, and we note a firm market, with sales of cents: and Refined at 38 cents gallon.
All Sizes, prime Live Geese at 77a80 cents; fair do. 60a65 cents, POWDER-We continue to quote Blasting at $4.50,
No Charge for Carting. and common and mixed at 40a42 cents 1b. and Sporting at $6.50 p keg of 25 lbs.
No Charge for Carting. FLOUR_From the trade we continue to hear com- POTATOES-Are unchanged. Wequote Peach Blows
No Charge for Carting. plaints of dullness in the market, and for general re- | Slal.10. and Carters at $1.20 bushel, and in good de
No Charge for Carting. ceipts sales are difficult to make, but for good grades mand.
Pine $8 per Cord, there is a fair demand for home consumption. In the PROVISIONS-The market has ruled active and
Pine per Cord, absence of any inquiry for export, the sales amount strong with an advancing tendency, and good demand
Pine $8 per Cord, to 9,000 barrels at quotations, viz: both for speculation and the trade. Bulk Meats are
Pine $8 per Cord,
$6 25a 7 00
Oak $9 per Cord,
7 75a 8 50
Oak $9 per Cord, 16 High Grades...
9 00a10 25 !
Oak 89 per Cord
10 50all 50
Oak S9 per Cord, Western Winter Super......
6 25a 6 75
No. 9 South street,
7 25a 8 50
No. 9 South street,
9 00a 9 50
No. 9 South street,
9 75a 10 75
No. 9 South street.
MARKLAND & JOHNSON,
7 00a 8 25
No. 9 South street, City Mills Super.....
6 752 8 25
RICE-Demand good, with sales of Carolina at oya " " Standard Extra..
8 75a 9
10% cents Pb., as to quality. "
Holloway's Ointment.-The cold of winter is apt " Shipping
10 25a10 50
SALT–With a limited demand we quote the marto aggravate the condition of open sores, and great Family.
ket steady. We note Liverpool at $2.10 for Ground Welch's and Greenfield's Family
care is necessary to keep the frost from affecting them Other brands..
12 50a 13 00
unfavorably. The invigorating properties of HOLBaltimore high grades extra...
12 00a12 501
SEED-Clover has been in active demand and prices LOWAY'S ON Rye Flour.....
LOWAY'S OINTMENT, by giving tone to the surround7 b à T. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.
have further advanced. The sales include some 1200 Corn Meal.......... 5 50 | bushels at $9.50a9.75, We quote Timothy at $3.75 and
ing parts, keep up a healthy circulation in them, and GRAIN_The market continues to be well supplied. Flax at $2.50a2.55 per bushel.
thus prevent the torpor which a chilly atmosphere With a fair ex port demand prices are inclined to ad- SHOT AND LEAD-Baltimore Drop is selling at 11% I would otherwise engender in the tender and diseased vance, especially for Corn. The receipts for the week cents, and Mould at 1242 cents ib., and Bar Lead at at 'Change foot up 25,000 bushels Wheat, 102,000 bushels 10 cents.
flesh, thereby interrupting the healing process that Corn, 30,000 bushels Oats, and 9,000 bushels Rye. We SHINGLES-Are still in fair demand at $10.50all nature is always struggling to accomplish. Sold by note sales of Wheat at 220a 230 cents for choice white M. for prime No. 1 Cypress.
all Druggists. and red; 200a 210 for good do., and 180a 190 cents for com- SUGAR-The market is quiet but firm, with sales mon do. Corn may be quoted at 86a88 cents for white, I for the week of 800 hogsheads for Grocery and Refinand 86a89 cents for yellow. We quote Oats at 73a75 ing; Grocery at 1134a 12 cents for fair to good Cuba;
An To Capitalists and Investors. cents, and Rye at 160a165 cents.
1294a124 cents for prime do.; 1134a1274 cts. for fair Porto GINSENG, SNAKE ROOT, &c.-There is a fair de- Rico; 13a14, cents for prime do., and 111a13 cents for
The FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS of the ROCKFORD, mand for Ginseng, and prices are steady, We note
leans: fair to good Refining at 11a115 cts. ROCK ISLAND AND ST. LOUIS RAILROAD COMsales at 98a 100 cents [b.: Senaca Root 35a 38 cents: 1 REFINED SUGARS-Are firm and in good demand. | PANY pay the Principal and SEVEN PER CENT. INSnake Root 38a 40 cents: Pink do. 10a 15 cents; Blood | We quote Hard Crushed at 15% cents: extra fine Powdo. Tas cents, and Mandrake or May Apple 5a6 cents dered 16 cents; A White 154 cents; Circle A 15 cents;
TEREST, 1st February and Ist August, in GOLD COIN, 2 .
B 14% cents; C extra 145 cents, and C Yellow 14 cts. free of Government tax. HOPS-Are dull. We quote them at 15 cents for SYRUP-We quote Maryland Golden at 75 cents; A limited amount only of these bonds will be sold Western, and 20 cents for Eastern, with limited sales. Monumental 65 cents, and Baltimore Golden at 73 cts,
at 97% and accrued interest in currency, by bankers HAY AND STRAW-Are in good demand, with gallon. sales at $18a23 ton for prime Timothy Hay, and $18a TOBACCO- There is still very little doing, and we and brokers, agents of the Company in different parts 19 for Rye Straw..
quote the market quiet at unchanged figures, viz: of the country, and at the office of the Company, No. HEMP-Rough American is selling at 10 cents, and Maryland frosted to common.
.83 75@ 4 50 19 Dressed do, 17 cents
12 Wall-st., New York.
5 00@ 5 50 HIDES-The demand continues good, with a small Good common............
6 00@) 7 00
GOVERNMENT AND OTHER APPROVED SECURITIES stock on the market. We quote: City Association, Middling ......
8 00@10 00 received in exchange at full market rates. Steers, 14a14%, cents; Cows do., 13a13%2 cents; New Or- Good to fine brown.....
10 00@15 00 leans, green salted, 124a13% cents; dó, dry do. 171a1812 Fancy........
17 00 a 25 00
Pamphlets giving full information sent on request. cents; do, dry 20a 22 cents; Buenos Ayres 221 za 2372 cts., Upper country.
7 00@35 00
H. H. BOODY, Treasurer. gold; 'green salted Calf Skins $1.90a2.10, and dry $1.50a Ground leaves, new ........
4 000 13 00 1.75 # piece.
Ohio inferior to good common.
4 00@ 6 00 The best and original tonic of Iron, Phosphorus, IRON AND NAILS—There has been very little
brown and greenish........
7 00@ 8 00
and Calisaya, known as CASWELL, MACK & Co.'s Ferro doing since our last report, and the market is quiet." medium and fine red.
9 00 13 00 and unchanged. We quote:
com. to med. spangled.
8 00 13 00
| Phosphorated Elixir of Calisaya Bark. The Iron reAnthracite, No, 1...... 840 00 a $41 00 ton." fine spangled and yellow......
15 00@25 00 stores color to the blood, the Phosphorus renews waste No. 2......... 38 00 40 00 " Kentucky-common to good lugs.......... .. 8 00@10 00
of the nerve tissue, and the Calisaya gives a natural, No. 3...... 34 00@ 36 00
common to medium leaf. .11 00@14 00 Mottled.
33 000 34 00
15 00@is 06 | healthful tone to the digestive organs, thereby curing Baltimore Forge.
45 000 46 00
...20 00@25 00 Dyspepsia in its various forms, Wakefulness, General 45 000 46 00
MANUFACTURED-Is in fair demand for good quality. Debility, and Depression of Spirits. Manufactured Charcoal, Wheel
45 00 00 00
We quote tax paid as follows: * Forge. 45 00 00 00 Pounds and Half Pounds, Twist, &c.
only by CASWELL, HAZARD & Co., New York. Sold American ref, Bars, o
90 00@ 00 00
85 @$1 25 by all Druggists. Common......
85 00 00 00
95 00@110 00
I APORTE'S SEAMLESS KID GLOVES. American Railroad Bars...
80 000 90 00
Common sound. American Sheet........
6 50@ 7 50
Unsound.. 35 00@200 00
J. W. HUTCHINSON, English Hoop .................
90 00@ 95 00
(SUCCESSOR TO DUTTON & HUTCHINSON) Rails .................*****************
80 00@ 86 00
Comm on................... Boiler Plates-Refined. 4
Has opened, at No. 221 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, @5%cts. Ib.
Fives, Tens, and Twelves.
58 @ 65
A New and Fine Assortment of
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
8 @ 006
good grades. We quote Unwashed at 33a35 cents; Bur' SAMPLE SHIRTS made subject to approval.
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found a full assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Perfume. i Corner of Fayette street, Baltimore, Md.,
have a large stock of the best styles at the lowest rates. ry, &c. Prescriptions compounded by a thorough an l
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.--Our manufacture of competent Pharmaceutist. A night clerk always o'l : MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Albums is well known throughout the country, as su- duty.
perior in quality and beauty to all others. We never
E. D. CROSS,
and our styles are different from those of any other
maker. Buyers should not fail to see our stock before COMMISSION MERCHANT, .
And dealer in
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
BONE'DUST, SEEDS, HAY, &c. Manufacturers of Photographic Materials. S. E. Corner Forrest and Hillen Streets,
A LFRED S. GARDNER,
CORNICES, 19-Book Illustrations, Ornamental Heads for Pa
COMMISSION MERCHANT. pers, Views of Buildings, Machinery, Society Seals,
Particular attention paid to the sale of Labels in Colors, Stamps, &c.
STAVES, SHOOKS, LUMBER, &c.
No. 37 COMMERCE STREET,
No. 5 North Charles street. 118 W. FAYETTE STREET, CORNER OF PARK,
G. A. MITTNACHT & CO.,
HISS & BROTHER, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
128 W. FAYETTE STREET,
S. S. STEVENS & SON,
No. 69 NORTH CHARLES STREET, 53 No. 1 NORTH CALVERT STREET,
Baltimore. - opent mortis. Opposite Barnum's Hotel, Baltimore..
ASA H. SMITH,
No. 3 S. CALVERT STREET. J. O'G. ALLMAND.
J.S. WILLIAMS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN A LLMAND & WILLIAMS, GENERAL WALL PAPERS
TENRY W. JENKINS & SON,
PRACTICAL CABINET MAKERS,
No. 16 LIGHT STREET,
WINDOW CURTAINS, Have on hand a large stock, and are constantly man
ufacturing, every description of No. 79 SECOND STREET, BALTIMORE.
NO. 364 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, Fire, Life, Marine, Inland, and Accident Insurance
CABINET 'WARE, HAIR MATTRESSES, SPRING effected in reliable Home and Foreign Companies at
(Under the Eutaw House.)
UNDER BEDS, BOLSTERS, PILLOWS, IRON lowest rates.
BEDSTEADS, of the best materials and work
manship, for sale on accommodating terms. REORGE MCCAFFRY,
NORRIS & TRIMBLE, Importers, THE Subscriber has the largest and best assort
1 Manufacturers and Dealers in FRENCH 1 ment of Fashionable CARRIAGES on hand, of
BURR AND OTHER MILL STONES. his own make, in the city, and at all prices to suit.
BOLTING CLOTHS.-Best quality Anker
Brand, by the piece or cut to order.
est to give me a call, as I will sell low for cash or ap-L SMUT MACHINES, BELTING, and Mill Furnislı-
WILLIAM MCCANN, . ing Goods generally, WEST FALLS AVENUE, Residence-No.77 North Liberty street,
No, 85 South Gay street.
Near Pratt street Bridge,
ENGRAVER ON WOOD,
AINSURANCE AGENTS & BROKERS
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
HUGH BOLTON & CO., LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Nos. 81 and 83 McELDERRIS WHARF,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN OF BALTIMORE.
GLASS, OILS, PAINTS, OFFICE IN COMPANY'S BUILDING, 10 South Street.
AND NAVAL STORES, ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE.
White Leads; White Zincs; Spirits Turpentine: Fire
Proof Paints; Gas Tar; Benzine; Coal Oil; Axle Grease, POLICY-HOLDERS PARTICIPATE in the PROFITS
in kegs and boxes; Red Lead; Letharge; Tar and The only local Life Insurance Company in the State.
Pitch: Rosin and Oakum; Chrome Yellow: Chrome and the only Company doing business in Maryland
Green; Prussian Blue; Chinese and American Vermilwhich has made a special deposit with the Treasurer
lion: English Vermillion; Lamp Blacks: Verdigris: of the State, in accordance with the terms voluntarily
Paraffine Varnish; Iron Varnish; Heddle Varnish inserted in its Charter, of $100,000, in first-class securi.
Shellac Varnish; Japan Varnish; Copal Varnish: ties, as a guarantee of good faith with its policy-hold
Leather Varnish; Window Glass, all sizes; Putty, in ers. Policies of every description issued at lowest
kegs and bladders; Linseed Oil; Boiled Linseed Oil: rates.
Lard Oil; Sperm Oil; Baker Signal Oll; Patent and GEO, P. THOMAS, President.
Machinery Oil: Neatsfoot Oil; Paint and Varnish BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Brushes: Copper Paint, for Vessel Bottoms: Lockers. Hamilton Easter, Hugh Sisson, Thos. Cassard,
for Oyster and Fruit Cans; Alcohol; Copperas and Allen A.Chapman, Hiram Woods, Jr. Geo. H. Miller,
Alum; Sugar of Lead; Orange Mineral; Ship Lanterns. Geo. P. Thomas, '| Wm. Devries, Charles Webb A. K. FOARD, Secretary.
SEIM & EMORY,
OF NEW YORK.
No. 112 WEST LOMBARD STREET, Physician.
Baltimore. MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS
WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
WINE BOTTLES, DEMIJOHNS, &c. GLAFIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
ZIERS' DIAMONDS and POINTS.
W . (Successor to Hollingsworth & Johnson) Ofice-Marble Building, 44 Second street..
38 S. CHARLES STREET, Insures PROPERTY of all descriptions against LOSS
Manufacturer and Dealer in
DRUGGISTS' AND CONFECTIONERS' GREEN and or DAMAGE by FIRE. PERPETUAL POLICIES issued on Dwellings, Ware
FLINT GLASSWARE, houses and Public Buildings.
CASH ASSETS, over...
38 S. CHARLES STREET,
| Manufactures Honey, Glycerine, Palm, Castile and DIRECTORS:
other toilet SOAPS. Also, Pomades, Hair Oils, Co
lognes, Extracts, etc., etc. John J. Wight, Charles M. Dougherty,
Invested in Loans on Bond and Mortgage, Joseph H. Rieman,
Robert T. Baldwin, Horatio L. Whitridge, Wm. Pinkney Whyte
Bartlett White Lead and Zinc Company, Joseph C. Whitney, Wm. F, Burns,
and United States Stocks. James H. Milliken, Wm. R. Seevers,
Having been appointed by the BARTLETT WHITE
LEAD AND ZINC COMPANY, General Agents for John M. Stevenson, Wm. T. Markland,
this market, we offer their pigment to the trade in Henry W. Jenkins, Benj. F. Cator.
assorted packages at New York prices. ISAAC WILLIAMS, Secretary.
The Company's trade mark guarantees its absolute
chemical purity, and for every desirable property we DALTIMORE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Issues every approved description of
put it in direct competition with the Purest English (Established upwards of half a century)
and American White Leads S. W. CORNER SOUTH AND WATER STREETS.
Thoroughly convinced of the positive excellence of
the article, we solicit for it simply a FAIR TRIAL.
LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE,
CARR, BOYKIN & CO.. in city or country, on the various descriptions of
No, 29 Hanover street. property; also issues PERPETUAL POLICIES. On selected Lives, at moderate rates, returning all PAINNERS' AND ARTISTS' MATUSRIALS.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Surplus annually to the Policy-holders, to be used VELLINGER & McCoy,
m No. 7 NORTH CHARLES STREET, George R. Vickers,
Richard S. Steuart, either in payment of Premiums, or to purchase | Respectfully inform their friends and the public, Francis W. Alricks, Wm. H. Brune,
that they have just opened a new and full assortment David S. Wilson, Herman Von Kapfr.
of White Lead, Zinc, Colored Paints, Varnishes, ladditional Insurance, at the option of the assured. Josias Pennington, T. Robert Jenkins.
Brushes, &c. Artists' Materials of the best English Joshua I. Cohen, C. Morton Stewart,
and American make. Wax Flower do. do. DecalcoFrancis T. King, B. F. Newcomer,
manie Pictures for transferring. Diaphanie Pictures, Orville Horwitz.
or imitation stained glass, Fresco Painters' Colors FREDERICK WOODWORTH, Sec'y,
and Brushes of every kind. Coach Painters' goods of the best description. Call and see us. You will find
everything in the Paint Line, both dry and in oil, and PEYTON & STARKE,
GENERAL AGENT, all will be sold at the lowest prices.
No. 21 South Street. COLEMAN & ROGERS,
PURE 'DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
NATURAL MINERAL WATERS,
And Choice French, English and American
No. 173 Baltimore Street.
Insurance of all descriptions of Property, in or out of the TUST RECEIVED-Direct from Berlin-Another
JOHANN HOFFS MALT EXTRACT, And, A. Hack, N. Walker, J. B. George, Sr.,
J. C. Wheedon, Allen Paine, Francis Burns, Very rich in Nutritious and Tonic principles. Highly RCHANTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE COM.
James Young, Jas. Getty,
Lancaster Ould, | beneficial to enfeebled digestion and convalescence:
N. HYNSON JENNINGS & CO...
Pharmaceutists, No. 90 North Charles street.
JOHN DUKEHART, Secretary. Marine Insurance in All its Branches,
66DANCREATIC EMULSION," LOUGHRIDGE'S MECHANICAL DIRECTORY.
THE CHEST W Remedial Agent for DISEASES OF GEO. B. COALE, ALLEN A. CHAPMAN,
THE CHEST, prepared by Savory & Moore, London.
This office is open for the purpose of Buying and Imported and for sale by
MCDANIEL, LEAMY & CO.,
Dispensing Chemists, purpose of accumulating at this point, for the inspec
Corner Charles and Mulberry streets, CEO. B. COALE, tion of manufacturers and consumers, a Museum of
Baltimore, | Lithographs, Prints, and Cuts of useful Machinery for Fire Insurance Agent and Broker.
Agricultural. Manufacturing, Mining. Domestic, Phil
osophical, and other purposes. JAMES M. ANDERSON & sox,
Manufacturers' Illustrated Catalogues, and RELIA
BLE information of Machines that will within equal
M. GILLESPIE. 54 LEXINGTON STREET, the least POWER will be thankfully received.
near Charles, Baltimore. PRINTERS AND STATIONERS, Consult as to the best means of accomplishing Wedding, Visiting and Professional Cards Engra 148 BALTIMORE STREET, WORK with Machines.
and printed in elegant styles. Dealer in fine Free Entrance-SOUTH STREET, Sun Iron Building, English and American Stationery. Paperill Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, MD. 'velopes stamped with Initials.
0. F. BRESEE,
Marine and Fire Insurance.
Paper and En
DEAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION OFFICE
J. H. GROVESTEEN,
Founder of the Old and Favorably-known House of N. E. COR. ST. PAUL AND FAYETTE STREETS, MINING COMPANY,
GROVESTEEN & CO.
OFFICE 22 LIGHT STREET,
Have Removed to their and the income promptly collected and remitted.
H. W. ROBBIN
H, W. ROBBINS,
F. W. HEATH,
No. 55 MERCER STREET, NEW YORK.
GEO. W. ROBINSON, TALMADGE F, CHERRY, Commissioner of Deeds for all states and Territories, viz.: E. S. HEATH,
WALTER B. MURDOCH,
W. B. MURDOCH, Agent.
Nebraska, S. Carolina,
Tennessee, Colorado, Kentucky N.Hampsh'e, Texas, Connecticut Louisiana New Jersey, Utah Territ'y (R. H. GRIFFIN, formerly of South Carolina.) The great increase in the demand for our PIANODakota Maine, New Mexico, Vermont,
FORTES throughout the country have compelled us Delaware, Massachu'ts, New York, Virginia, Florida, Michigan, N. Carolina, W. Virginia,
ADVERTISING BUREAU, to extend our Manufacturing facilities to three times Georgia, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin,
their former size, and having added many Idaho, Mississippi, Oregon, Wash'g'n Ter. FOR SOUTHERN AND WESTERN NEWSPAPERS
New Improvements in Manufacturing, D. R. WATSON. LENNOX BIRCKHEAD. NO. 117 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
we shall continue to keep our prices the same as they WATSON & BIRCKHEAD,
always have been, the LOWEST of any REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ROOM No. 3.
First-Class Piano-Forte Maker
NT Advertisements inserted in all Newspapers of by at least One-Third, and we respectfully solicit
the South and West, at Publishers lowest prices BALTIMORE, MD.
parties about purchasing to a comparison with all Buy, sell and lease REAL ESTATE on commission. I LDWIN WALTERS,
other makers. LOANS negotiated. COLLECTIONS promptly made,
MONUMENT IRON WORKS. and Estates carefully attended to. HENRY W. ROGERS.
DENMEAD & son,
ORIENT PURE RYE WHISKEY. Steam Engines, Boilers, and Machinery LOAN AND COLLECTING AGENCY,
DALTIMORE, January 4th, 1869.-The Copart-
for Iron Furnaces,
ROLLING MILLS, FLOUR MILLS,
DISSOLVED, by mutual consent, CHARLES P. STE SUGAR REFINERIES,
PORTABLE GRIST MILLS,
CHARLES P. STEVENS. Houses, Farms and Ground Rents Bought and Sold.
SHAFTING, PULLEYS, THE UNDERSIGNED having sold to his son,
BRIDGE BOLTS, 7 Particular attention given to the collection of TCHARLES P. STEVENS, his entire interest in
and CASTINGS of all kinds, CLAIMS, &c., &c. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
the firm of S. S. STEVENS & SON, begs leave, on
CAROLINE IRON WORKS,
GEO. HERBERT TINGES.
years, and commends to them his son, who, with all CEO. W. TINGES & SON, No. 3 St. Paul st., GEO the appliances and facilities of the late firm, will con
CORNER OF CAROLINE AND LANCASTER STS., (Bank of Baltimore Building.) tinue the business at the same place and under the
BACK BASIN, BALTIMORE, REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND BROK
same name, as heretofore. SAMUEL S. STEVENS. Buy and sell Real Estate on Commission:
Manufacturer of Boilers, Steam Engines, Iron Cast Negotiate Mortgage Loans and Ground Rents: LEAVING PURCHASED the interest of my Father 1
ings of all descriptions, Shafting, Pullies, Hangers of Attend to all business connected with the manage-IH in the firm of S. S. STEVENS & SON, I beg leave
various patterns. ment of Estates, including Collections; to inform the public that I shall continue the manu
Steamboat and Stationary repairs promptly atMake Investments on Real Estate security, and act facture of CABINET FURNITURE to the same extent,
tended to. as appraisers of value and arbitrators in matters per- land under the same name, as heretofore, and solicit
All work of best material and workmanship. taining to Real Estate.
An assortment of new and second-hand Engines on the continuance of the patronage enjoyed by the CHARLES P. STEVENS,
hand at all times late firm,
1 A call solicited. C. IRVING DITTY, GEO, T. BEALL, JR.,
Trading as S. S. STEVENS & SON, Attorney-at-Law.
Warehouse, No. 3 South Calvert st.,
Factory, No. 6 Low street. POOLE & HUNT, Baltimore,
WATANTED-AGENTS-$75 to $200 per month,
everywhere, male and female, to introduce the ted States Courts, in the District of Maryland, and in GET
1 GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON SENSE FAMILY Bankruptcy. Special and personal attention given to SEWING MACHINE. This machine will stitch, hem,
STEAM FIRE ENGINES, business in the Courts of Anne Arundel and Calvert I tell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider in a
most superior manner. Price only $18. Fully warand adjoining counties.
LEFFEL'S PATENT AMERICAN DOUBLE TURranted for five years. We will pay $1,000 for any ma-I BINE WATER WHEEL: Morrell's Fire Engine, ARCHER & SAVIN, chine that will sew a stronger, more beautiful or more
Deep Well and Foree Pump; Saw Mills; Mining Ms. BANKERS AND FINANCIAL AGENTS. elastic seam than ours. It makes the "Elastic Lock
chinery : Portable Grist Mills; Roberts' Burr RegulaNo.2 NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE BUILDING, Stitch.” Every second stitch can be cut, and still the
de tor; Flouring Mill Machinery ; Shafting, Pulleys an.!
Hangers. ID Send for Circulars.
or a commission from which twice that amount can STOCKS and GOLD bought and sold on Commission,
be made. Address, SECOMB & CO. PITTSBURGH. Five or more Collections made for any per cent.
“PA.; ST. LOUIS, MO., or BOSTON, MASS.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
92 N. GAY ST., opp. Harrison St.,
875 to 8200 per month! on mortgage, Money in small and large sums, and
BALTIMORE. Or a Commission from which twice that amount can always for sale Ground Rents.
be made by selling the latest improved COMMON WANTED-AGENTS-To sell the AMERICAN SENSE FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, price $18.00. The celebrated EXCELSIOR COOK STOVES and
MORNING GLORY STOVES kept constantly, KNITTING MACHINE. Price $25. The sim-For Circulars and Terms address plest, cheapest and best Knitting Machine ever in
C. BOWERS & Co., Offers a large stock for sale at Reduced Prices. Please vented. Will knit 20,000 stitches per minute. Liberal
320 South Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa. call before purchasing. inducements to agents. Address AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE CO., Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
TO NEW FIRMS,
TOSHUA REGESTER & SONS,
BALTIMORE BELL AND BRASS WORKS, PER YEAR guaranteed and steady CHASE & co., PRACTICAL SIGN PAINTERS
53 and 155 Holliday Street, employment. We want a reliable
36 SOUTH STREET,
BELLS OF ALL SIZES Tagent in every county to sell our Patent White Wire
(Opposite Exchange Place.) clothes Lines, (Everlasting.)
CONSTANTY ON HAND. STORE AND OFFICE PAINTING, GRAINING,
Address AMERICANI WIRE CO., 75 William street, New York, or 16 Dear
Material of Plumbers and Steam Fitters, born street, Chicago, Ill.
Old Sign Boards for sale cheap.
of the best assortment, also on hand.