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-The Conservatives are making preparations to duced a bill to divide the engraving and printing of seventeen hours, during which the Senate had before carry on a vigorous opposition in Parliament. Lord Government bonds between two companies, so that it over twenty suffrage propositions. Cairns will replace the Earl of Malmesbury as their each shall be a check on the other and both on the At the hour of noon on Tuesday the Senate entered leader in the House of Lords. The Government has Treasury officers.
upon another day's labor on the suffrage amendment. resolved on the abolition of religious tests in the uni- The House passed a bill repealing all discriminating After the rejection of a number of substitutes for the versities.
tonnage duties on Spanish vessels, on condition of original proposition, the following resolutions were -Lord Clarendon's health is much impaired, and it like treatment to United States vessels. The Indian finally passed by a vote of 40 to 16, and sent to the is expected that he will soon be obliged to retire from appropriation bill was passed. Mr. Logan introduced House for concurrence: the Foreign Office.
a financial scheme. Mr. Holbrook, the delegate from JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE --Benjamin Lee Guinness, M. P. for Dublin, has been Idaho, was formally censured for persisting in an in
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
Be it Resolved, &c., (two-thirds of both Houses conunseated.
sult to another member. He publicly accused Gen'l curring) That the following articles be proposed to GREECE
Butler of falsehood and refused to retract the charge. I the Legislatures of the several States as amendments -The assent of Greece to the propositions of the Considerable time was occupied in disposing of the
to the Constitution of the United States, either of European Conference is now positively announced. cases of Henry Johnson and Florence Scannel, the tures, shall be held as a part of said Constitution,
which, when ratified by three-fourths of said Legisla. The King is said to have declared that Greece must two witnesses who refused to testify before the Com- namely: accept the proposition of the Conference or his resig- mittee investigating the New York election frauds.
Article 15. No discrimination shall be made in the nation, but he met with much opposition in forming It was stated that Johnson's arrest was in consequence in the exercise of the elective franchise, or in the right
United States, among the citizens of the United States, a new Ministry. In the meantime, the great Powers of a misunderstanding, and he was discharged. to hold office in any State, on account of race, color, agreed to wait eight days for the final answer of Scannel having answered the questions of the Com- | nativity, property, education or creed. Greece. A dispatch from Athens on the 9th, says that mittee, his release was ordered too, but on condition article of the Constitution of the United States, shall
Article 16. The second clause, first section, second the members of the new Cabinet unanimously agree that he pay the costs of his arrest, something like $75. be amended to read as follows: with the King in adhering to the Conference resolu- This he refused to do, and he is yet in custody. Both
"Each State shall appoint, by a vote of the people
thereof qualified to vote for Representatives in Contions, and on the following day comes the announce- Houses held evening sessions.
gress, a number of electors equal to the whole numment that Count Walewski, the Conference messen
Friday, February 5th, the Senate passed the bill to ber of Senators and Representatives to which the ger, had left on his return to Paris, the bearer of a
State may be entitled in the Congress; but no Senator à protect prisoners received under extradition treaties
or Representative, or person holding an office of profit satisfactory reply from the Greek Government on all
against lynchers. A bill was passed to enable Ad or trust under the United States, shall be appointed points to the proposals of the Paris Conference.
miral Farragut and his men to obtain the prize money an elector; and the Congress shall have power to preCUBA.
scribe the manner in which such electors shall be which they missed by being unable to get their prizes chosen by the people -The war continues in the Eastern Department of to the United States court.
In the House on Tuesday the bill for a railroad from Cuba, with little prospect of peace. The Government The House, after some discussion, tabled by a large Washington to New York was passed. Mr. Judd, on is organizing new battalions of volunteers, partly for majority a resolution to release the witness, Scannel, behalf of the Committee on Banking and Currency, garrison duty and partly for service in the field. La without payment of costs. Mr. Wood introduced a made a statement of the various financial bills on Cabana, the strongest fortress in Havana, is now bill creating the office of Register of the Fine Arts for which they were prepared to report, and it was agreed garrisoned by volunteers in place of regular troops, the registry of designs, &c.
to receive their reports on Saturday. The Election who have been sent to Cienfuegos, to prevent expedi
In the U.S. Senate, on Saturday, 7th inst., Mr. Mor- Committee, in the case of Chaves vs. Cleaver, of New tions from Nassau.
gan presented the resolutions of the New York Cham- Mexico, reported that Chaves, the contestant, was enSOUTH AMERICA.
ber of Commerce against secret gold sales. The bill titled to the seat. Mr. Kelley introduced a bill to pre-The latest news from the seat of war in Paraguay
to repeal the Tenure-of-Office act was discussed; also vent collections of passenger taxes by State authority. is to the effect that the Allies had offered a truce to
the Suffrage amendment, and amendments were of The Army Appropriation bill was considered, and President Lopez for the purpose of opening negotia
fered to the latter, Mr. Howard, from the Pacific Rail- also the Internal Revenue bill, the latter in evening tions for peace. It was reported also that a Brazilian
road Committee, reported a bill to aid on the guaranty session. force had gone to Asuncion to establish a Provisional
plan the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, the Both Houses of Congress met in joint convention on Government.
Union Pacific, Eastern Division, the Atlantic and Wednesday, 10th inst., to count the electoral votes for FRANCE.
Pacific, the Oregon Branch, the Southern Pacific of President and Vice President. The counting was pro-The Marquis de Moustier, late Minister of Foreign
California, and the Little Rock, Arkansas Valley and ceeded with until the vote of Louisiana was reached, Affairs, died in Paris February 5.
Fort Smith. Mr. Morgan made a minority report when Representative Mullins, of Tennessee, objected The early payment of one instalment of the Mexi
against guaranteeing railroad bonds. Mr. Edmunds to its being counted. The Senate thereupon retired can debt is promised.
introduced a concurrent resolution to provide for a to its own chamber, and there decided, by a vote of 51 DOMESTIC.
double declaration of the Presidential vote, one with, to 7, that Louisiana should be counted. The House -A petition, numerously signed by the most prom the other without the vote of Georgia.
came to the same decision by 137 yeas to 63 nays. The inent offlcials of Baltimore, and influential and re- In the House, Mr. Hooper reported a bill from the two Houses again met in joint session and the countspectable citizens of Maryland, asking the pardon of Ways and Means Committee, "to prevent the further ing was resumed. When Georgia was reached, Mr. Spangler, one of the prisoners confined at Dry Tortu- increase of the public debt," which was ordered to be Butler, of Mass., protested against her vote being gas for complicity in the assassination of Mr. Lincoln, printed and recommitted. The Army Appropriation counted. The Senate again retired, and, on motion of has been presented to the President, who has the case bill was considered, and an amendment for a large re- Mr. Edmunds, decided that the objection to the vote under advisement. It is believed that the conclusive duction of the army was offered by Mr. Garfield. of Georgia was not in order-yeas 31, nays 26. During argument of the petitioners will prevail with the
e In the House on Monday, 8th inst., bills were intro- the absence of the Senate, the House, by 150 yeas to President, and that Spangler will be pardoned directly.
duced by Mr. Eliot to protect the fur trade of Alaska; 41 nays, Messrs. Baker and Hawkins, Rep., voting Petitions have been filed also in the United States Su
by Mr. Ward, fixing the time for electing Representa- nay, decided that the vote of Georgia should not be preme Court for writs of habeas corpus for the relief of
tives in Congress, and amendatory of the naturaliza-counted. The Senate returned, and the joint conven. Spangler and Arnold, confined at the Dry Tortugas.
tion law; by Mr. Barnes, for exchange of gold for de- tion was a third time called to order by Senator Wade, -The remains of Mrs. Surratt have been given up
mand notes and to prevent the sale of gold; by Mr. who announced that the objection of the gentleman to her relatives by order of the President, at the solic
Brooks, to encourage steamship building; by Messrs. from Massachusetts had been overruled by the Senitations of the friends of the deceased. The remains
Baker and Kerr, amendatory of the naturalization ate. Mr. Butler rose to a point of order, but the Presiwere quietly re-interred at the Olivet Cemetery, near
laws. Mr. Julian introduced and moved the previous ding Officer would not recognize him, nor admit any Washington city.
question upon a resolution to prevent further sales of points or appeals, but directed the vote of Georgia be -At an interview of Senator McCreery and others public lands except under the Homestead laws, etc.,
counted. Great excitement and confusion followed, lately held with Attorney General Evarts, relative to but the morning hour expiring, it went over until
which was terminated by Speaker Colfax rising and the release of John C. Braine, of the Confederate next Monday. Mr. Schenck's motion to suspend the
directing the Sergeant-at-arms to arrest unruly memnavy, Mr. Evarts expressed some doubt as to whether rules and consider the Senate amendments to the Cop
bers. Order being restored, the Electoral votes were Braine's case could be reached under the President's
per Tariff bill came up in order, and was agreed to announced, being 214 for Grant and Colfax, and 80 for amnesty proclamation, but listened attentively and yeas 118, nays 49. Mr. Schenck declined to allow dis- |
Seymour and Blair, or excluding Georgia, 71 votes. favorably to a plea for mercy. cussion on the bill and moved the previous question.
The Senate then retired. Speaker Colfax took the -Rev. Henry A. Wise, son of Ex-Gov. Wise, of Va.,
This was seconded, and the bill, as amended by the chair, and Mr. Butler offered a resolution protesting died in Richmond, Feb. 10th. Mr. Wise was a dis
Senate, passed by a vote of 112 to 56. It now goes to against the counting of the votes of Georgia as a gross tinguished minister in the Protestant Episcopal
the President. The Senate resolution, relative to the oppression and infraction of the rights of the House, Church, and for some time had pastoral charge of
counting of the electoral vote of Georgia. was con- The Speaker made a statement that, in his opinion, Christ Church, Baltimore, I curred in under a suspension of the rules.
the President of the Senate acted properly under the -A number of persons, including Hon. Galusha
In the United States Senate on Monday, 8th inst., a Georgia. A long debate followed, but the House ad
joint resolution which had been adopted in regard to A. Grow, were injured by a train running off the track
number of Railroad bills were reported adversely. journed without acting on the resolution. of the Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Railroad, at
Mr. Morgan introduced a bill to secure copyrights for Beach Haven, Pa. Mr. Grow was severely burned. painting and statuary models. Mr. Wilson, from the
AMUS EMENTS. -The public debt statement for February 1st, shows
Military Committee, reported adversely on the bill in A day performance of Cinderella will be glven this a total of $2,662,379,707-an increase of nearly $10,000,000
relation to the grades of General and Lieutenant Gen. afternoon, at 2y, o'clock, at the Holliday Street Theaduring the month.
eral and Admiral. Mr. Edmunds' resolution in regard tre. On Monday evening we are promised “Ixion, or
to the electoral vote of Georgia was agreed to. The the Man at the Wheel," with the Chapman Sisters in FORTIETH CONGRESS.
Constitutional amendment was discussed, and con- the principal róles. Tickets and reserved seats at No. The United States Senate was mainly occupied, on sidered in evening session. The debate was protracted | 7 Holliday street. Thursday, 4th inst., in discussing the suffrage amend throughout the night, and until shortly before noon Mr. George Vandenhoff reads at the New Assembly ment. Additions were made to the number of rail- of Tuesday, when the new legislative day began, Rooms, before the Young Men's Christian Association road and steamship aid bills. Mr. Edmunds intro-making altogether a continuous session of nearly of West Baltimore, on Tuesday and Thursday, Feb.
ruary 18th and 18th. Tickets at McCaffrey's, 205 West' FEATHERS—The demand has been equal to the Porto Rico; 13a14 cents for prime do., and 11%a13 cents
supply, and we note a firm market, with sales of for New Orleans; fair to good Refining at 113al2 centa Baltimore street.
prime Live Geese at 77a80 cents; fair do. 60a65 cents, REFINED SUGARS-Are firm and in good demand. Robert C. Barry, Esq., lectures before the Ninth Reg- and common and mixed at 40a42 cents p Ib.
We quote Hard Crushed at 15% cents; extra fine Pow. iment M. N. G, at the Maryland Institute, on Sunday GRAIN-There has been no special change in the dered 16% cents; A White 15% cents; Circle A 15 cents:
Grain market since our last report. The general tone B 14% cents; C extra 145 cents, and c Yellow 14 cts. evening. Subject, “Life and Death of Robert Emhas been dull.
SYRUP-We quote Maryland Golden at 75 cents: met." Tickets as above.
WHEAT-The offerings have been small only, 20,000 Monumental 65 cents, and Baltimore Golden at 73 cts. Constant Mayer's great paintings, "Good Words"and bushels being offered during the week at the Corn and gallon.
Flour Exchange, all of which was Red except about TOBACCO—We continue to quote the market quiet “Religious Meditation," are on exhibition at Fryer's
1500 bushels. We quote choice white and red at 225a and prices nominal. Gallery, 206 West Baltimore street. Bierstadt's "Mount 230 cents; good 200a215 cents; and common to fine 165a Maryland frosted to common............ ......$3 75@ 4 50 Vesuvius” and Bradford's "Crushed by Icebergs” are 195 cents a bushel.
5 000 550 CORN-Has ruled quiet, with sales of 60,000 bushels, Good comm on..................................
6 000 7 00 to be seen at the gallery of Messrs. Butler & Perrigo, being the whole receipts at 'Change, at 87a92 cents for Middling.....
8 000 10 00 corner Charles and Fayette streets. white, and 86a 88 cents for yellow.
Good to fine brown.........................
..10 000 15 00 Oats—The offerings of Oats foot up 20,000 bushels.
17 00@25 0 PRICES CURRENT AND REVIEW OF THE I They have ruled dull and inactive and at the close are Upper country .......
7 00@5500 BALTIMORE MARKET, Ilower. We quote them at 65a 70 cents for fair to prime. Ground leaves, new ........
4 000 13 00 RYE-Is in good request and light supply. We note Ohio inferior to good common..
4 000 600 For the Week ending Thursday, Feb. 11, 1869 the sale of 1500 bushels in lots at 145a 150 cents for prime
brown and greenish.......
7 000 8 00 Maryland and Pennsylvania
medium and fine red..
9 000 1300 (Our quotations are invariably Wholesale, unless otherGINSENG, SNAKE ROOT, &c. There is a fair de
com, to med. spangled.........
8 000 1300 wise expressed.] mand for Ginseng, and prices are steady. We note
fine spangled and yellow.....
15 0002 00 sales at 98a 100 cents Ib.; Senaca Root 35a38 cents; Kentucky-common to good lugs.
8 000 10 00 ALCOHOL-Western is held at $2.20 and Eastern at Snake Root 38a40 cents; Pink do. 10a15 cents; Blood
common to medium leaf.... .11 00@14 00 $2.05a $2.10 gallon, and Cologne Spirits at $2.10a $2.15 do. Tas cents, and Mandrake or May Apple 5a6 cents
good to fine....
15 000 18 00 for Eastern. 2 lb.
....20 000 25 W APPLES_We quote New York State at $4.75a$5.25
'HOPS-Are dull. We quote them at 15 cents for
MANUFACTURED—Is in fair demand forgood quality. and Boston at $4.50a $5.00 #bbl.
Western, and 20 cents for Eastern, with limited sales. ASHES_Are in moderate request at $7.75a7.87 for
zu cents for Eastern, with limited sales. We quote tax paid as follows: HAY ÁND STRAW-Are in good demand, with
Pounds and Hall Pound Pots, and $9a9.25 + 100 lbs. for Pearls.
sales at $18a23 p ton for prime Timothy Hay, and $18a Fine bright.............. BAGS-Are in limited demand. We quote Jute Seamless at 28a30 cents; Cotton do. 35a45 cents; Duck 19 for Rye Straw.
HEMP-Rough American is selling at 10 cents, and Medium sound...... 45a55 cents: small Gunnies 20 cents, and large and Dressed do. 17 cents 2 th.
Common sound. extra size 27a29 cents each.
HIDES—The demand continues good, with a small Unsound...... BEESWAX-For prime yellow holders are asking stock on the market. We quote: City Association,
Navy. 38a39 cents tb., with limited sales.
Steers, 14a14%, cents; Cows do., 13a13/2 cents; New Or- Fine................ BEANS–Sales in small lots at $1.50a2.20 for Beans,
leans, green salted, 1272a13% cents; dó, dry do. 17%a18 Common.......... and $1.25al.40 for Black eyed Peas. cents; do. dry 20a 22 cents; Buenos Ayres 22 %a2312 cts.,
Fives, Tens, and Twelves. BARK-The market is quiet, with sales of No. 1 gold; green salted Calf Skins $1.90a2.10, and dry $1.50a
Fine....... Quercitron at $35, and No. 2 $23a 24 P ton f.o.b. 1.75 # piece.
Medium... BUTTER-The inquiry for low grades and Common
LEATHER-The market has been firm under an WOOL-Is quiet with less inquiry and prices un. is good and we note sales of some 400 packages at 29a
active demand. We quote Light rough Skirting at | changed. We quote Unwashed at 33a35 cents: Burry 30 cents. Choice lots of Glades are also in demand.
40a43 cts.; Middling do. 38a41 cts.; City Slaughtereddo. 28a30 cents; Tub-washed 52a55 cents; and' Fleece We quote Choice at 35a38 cents; and Fresh Ends at
43a46 cts: Country do, 39a41 cts,; Spanish Sole 35a38 | 43a48 cents th. 42144 cents; Common Roll 25a 30 cents; Choice do. 34a
cents; Calf Skins, rough, 75a100 cents; and finished WHISKEY-Trade in this article has ruled dull 36 cents, $1.60a1.65 t.
during the week. The stock is small and holders are CHEESE-The market is but poorly supplied, the
"MOLASSES-Is in limited supply. There is some firm. We note sales at $1 #gall on for free at the close. only kind offering being Eastern Factory, which is
inquiry from the trade, but we quote it quiet at unselling at 217 21
changed rates. We quote Porto Rico at 48a60 cents: CHEMICALS-Demand moderate at unchanged Muscovado 38a42 cents; Cuba clayed 35a37 cents: Eng.
MARRIED. rates, viz: Soda Ash 2%a234 cents; Caustic Soda 5a5%
lish Island, 43a65 cents; and New Orleans 70a80 cents cents; Sal Soda $1.90, and Bleaching Powders 32 cents,
On the 26th of January, at Fau nsdale Chapel, Maren, gallon. gold.
MILL FEED—Is firmly held at 35 cents for Brown go county, Ala., by the Rev. John Y. Gholson, Miss COTTON DUCK AND YARNS–Have advanced. Stuffs; and 38 cents for Middlings, with sales.
LOUISE C. HARRISON, of Faunsdale, Ala., to Mr. WIL• We now quote 22 inch No. 1 Duck at 57 cents; No. 2, 54
| NAVAL STORES- Are inactive, and market dull cents: No. 3, 51 cents; No. 4, 48 cents; No. 5, 46 cts.; No. and nominal. We quote Spirits Turpentine at 45
LIAM B. SHEPARD, of Edenton, N. C. 6, 44 cts; No. 7, 41 cents; No. 8, 38 cents; No. 9, 35 cents;
cents ? gallon: Pitch $
4 bbl.; Tar $3 for small, and and No. 10, 33 cents 7 yard, and Yarns at 40 cents 7 ib.
| $3.75 for Wilmington. Common Rosin $2.50a2.75a2.85 DELICIOUSLY MEDICINAL.—This is the univer. for low numbers.
for No. 2, and $3a5 #bbl. for No. 1. COAL-We quote Cumberland at $4.90a5 p ton f. o. b.
ONIONS-Are in limited supply and selling at $5a9
sal verdict pronounced upon PLANTATION BIT. et Loenst Point, and Anthracite at $9.50 for hard, and barrel for Eastern, as to quality.
TERS by all who have tried them. The well-known $10 for soft, delivered.
health-promoting ingredients from which they are COTTON_The market in the early part of the week OILS AND CANDLES.-There is no change to no
made, and their invaluable merits as a remedy for was marked by much activity, and sales to the extent tice in prices. The demand continues limited. We of 2.500 bales were made at prices higher than our last quote:
indigestion and all its consequent ailments, and quotations, but later there was more ease, and the I Sperm oil, winter..........
$2 40 to $2 50 the preventive qualities against diseases arising feeling at the close is quiet. We quote Ordinary at Patent.....
30 to 1 35 from climatic changes, miasmatic influences and 28 cents; good Ordinary 28, cents; Low Middling 29
1 70 to 1 75
imperfect secretions, are so widely known and so cents; and Middling 30 cents 7 ib.'
25 to 1 COFFEE-Since our last review of the market there
20 honorably endorsed, that we trust no one will
40 has been but little activity, and transactions have
West Virginia Lubricating Oil, 29 gravity. 50 to 55 forego the advantages of their use. been confined to the supply of the retail trade. The
95 to 100 stock in first hands is now about 40,000 bags Rio. We
MAGNOLIA WATER.-Superior to the best im. continue to quote the market quiet, viz: choice Rio at Patent Wax Candles.....
62 to 65
(12 oz.). 183 a19 cents: prime 17%a173 cents: good 15%a16 cents: | Adamantine do
ported German Cologne, and sold at half the price.
171 to 1732 fair 14%a15 cents; and ordinary 1234a132 cents; Java
1917 to 20 241a 25 cents, and Laguayra 17a18 cents lb,
33 to 35
Best Virginia Wood. DRIED FRUIT-There is a good inquiry for Apples Imperial do ......
34 to 36 and since our last report we note an advance. We
00 to 00
Sawed, Split and Delivered, now quote them at Salo cents Bb. Peaches, halves, PETROLEUM-Is firm, with sales of Crude at
Sawed, split and Delivered, 13a 15 cents : quarters, 9all cents: mixed lla13 cents: I cents; and Refined at 40 cents a gallon.
Sawed, Split and Delivered, and Peeled 14a24 cents. Blackberries 12a20 cents; POWDER-We continue to quote Blasting at $4.50.
Sawed, Split and Delivered, Whortleberries 18a20 cents; pitted Cherries 38a 10 cents, and Sporting at $6.50 keg of 25 lbs.
Kindling Wood, and unpitted do. 8a 10 cents P lb. I POTATOES-Are in good supply and prices are a
Kindling Wood. FERTILIZERS-There is rather more doing but the shade lower. We quote, from vessels, Maine Carters
Kindling Wood marret is not active. We quote Peruvian Guano $62.50, at 85a90 cents, and Peach Blows at 80a85 cents bushel.
Kindling Wood gold. ton of 2.000 ibs.: Mexican A $30 currency; Raw PROVISIONS-The consumptive demand for Bacon
All Sizes, Boné 856: Super Phosphate $60; Rhodes' Standard ma- continues active, and we have a further advance to
All Sizes, nure. $50, in bags or bbls.; Orchilla Guano $30 ton; notice. Bulk Meats have also ruled strong. We quote
All Sizes, Soluble Pacific Guano $65: Patapsco Guano 860; R. R. I Shoulders at 14% cents; Sides 1612 cents for Rib, and 17
All Sizes, Griffith's Prepared Fish Guano, in 125 ib. bags, $55 cents for clear Rib; Bacon Shoulders 1534 cents; do.Rib
Nó Charge for Carting. ton: Raw Bone Phosphate $56 ton; Chicago Bone I Sides 1732 cents, and clear Rib Sides at 1832 cents: Su
No Charge for Carting. Fertilizer $16: Chicago Blood Manure 850; Maryland gar-cured Hams may be quoted at 20 cents. We note
No Charge for Carting.
No Charge for Carting.
Pine $8 per Cord,
Pine $8 per Cord, . for the supply of the retail trade and the market has Leaf, and 20% cents for City.
Pine $8 per Cord, 1 inactive. The sales include some 8.000 RAGS-Sales at 4%a5 cents for mixed, and 7a8 cents
Pine $8 per Cord, bbls. of Extra and Super within the range of quota- | for white, with a good demand.
Oak $9 per Cord, tions, which show from 25 cents to 50 cents ebbl. RICE-Is in good demand, and we note sales at 10%
Oak $9 per Cord, decline-viz: cents for Carolina.
Oak $9 per Cord, Howard Street Super....... $6 25a 6 75 SALT-There is very little doing, but the market is
Oak $9 per Cord,
No. 9 South street,
No. 9 South street,
No. 9 South street,
No. 9 South street.
MARKLAND & JOHNSON,
No. 9 south street.
9 00a10 00 at $3.75a4.00; and Flax at $2.50a$2.55 P bushel. Northwestern Super....
6 00a 6 50 SHOT AND LEAD-Baltimore Drop is selling at 11y Holloway's Pills and Ointment.-KIDNEY DI Extra..................
7 00a 7 75 cents, and Mould at 124 cents p Bb., and Bar Lead at City Mills Super.. 6 250 7 5 10% cents.
EASES.-Disorders of the Stomach are often compte " " Standard Extra.....
8 00a 8 50 SHINGLES-Are still in fair demand at $10.50all a cated with affections of the kidneys, and HOLLOWAY'S Shipping
9 50a 9 75 M. for prime No. 1 Cypress. **
PILLS are eminently useful in both. Their mild ca. * Family ..................**
12 751 SUGAR_There is a good speculative demand and thartic action checks inflammation in that rose Welch's and Greenfield's Family..
14 50 holders are very firm. The sales foot up about 1500 Other brands.............
12 50a13 00 / hhds. grocery grades within the range of quotations, and the regular application of the Ointment to wa Baltimore high grades extra..
12 00a12 5 | There is no stock of refining goods on the market. I small of the back and loins assists to counterac Rye Flour.......
6 00a 7 25 We quote Grocery at 117al2 cents for fair to good irritation of the urinary organs which always Corn Meal..
5 00'Cuba; 122a12cents for prime do.; 1174a1274 cts. for fair companies venal complaints. Sold by all Drugs
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CEDAR AND CHESTNUT POSTS, &c. A limited amount only of these bonds will be sold
DAY AND EVENING,
WHICH HE WILL SELL LOW. at 97% and accrued interest in currency, by bankers
UNTIL 10 P. M.
HENRY R. CURLEY. and brokers, agents of the Company in different parts of the country, and at the office of the Company, No.
BUTLER & PERRIGO,
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· 14 North Charles Street. received in exchange at full market rates.
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GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, BONDS,
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ISLAND and ST. LOUIS RAILROAD FIFTY YEARS
SEVEN PER CENT. GOLD INTEREST BONT NAVAL STORES,
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interest in NEW THEOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANE. LAMPS, SIGNAL LANTERNS, &c.
OUS BOOKS, AT
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ATTORN CY AT LAW,
83 WEST FAVETTE STREET, BALTIMORE, CLOSET PRAYERS. By Rev. D. F. Sprigg.
Practices in the
various Courts of Law, Equity, Admi-
kruptcy. Claims collected at all accessible points
with fidelity and promptness. 137 East Baltimore Street, near Aisquith. THE CHURCH A'LMANAC, WITH PARISH LIST
1869. Is daily receiving FRESH FIGS, PRUNES, ORANGES.
STF AI MARBLE WORKS. | THE OPIUM HABIT. PRESERVED GINGER, SARDINES, LA YER RAIS
119 SEABOARD PARISH-Sequel to "Annal's Quiet INS, ALMONDS, &c.
CORNER NORTH AND MONUMENT STS., out boiling, 20 cents per paper.
138 Baltimore street, bet. North and Calvert cs.
Monuments, Gravestones, SHERRY WINE, for Jelly, $2.
Mantels, Table Tops, Fine Sherry, Port, Madeira, and Muscatel WINES
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VE Manufacturers and Dealers in FRENCH Sole Manufacturers of the
BURR AND OTHER MILL STONES.
BOLTING CLOTHS.--Best quality Anker ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, LIVE INDIAN BRAND OF CIGARS.
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SMUT MACHINE BELTING. and Mill Furnish-
Near Pratt street Bridge,
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J. G. PROUD & SONS, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE,
63 SECOND STREET.
10 South Street. ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE.
FIRE DEPARTMENT. OLICY-HOLDERS PARTICIPATE in the PROFITS
Ætna Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut. The only local Life Insurance Company in the State,
Merchants' Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
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People's Fire Insurance Co., Worcester, Mass. which has made a special deposit with the Treasurer of the State, in accordance with the terms voluntarily
Fulton Fire Insurance Company, New York. inserted in its Charter, of $100,000, in first-class securi
Yonkers and New York Fire Insurance Co., N. Y. ties, as a guarantee of good faith with its policy-hold
Germania Fire Insurance Company, New York. ers. Policies of every description issued at lowest
LIFE DEPARTMENT. rates. GEO. P. THOMAS, President.
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Ætna Fire Insurance Company, Geo. P. Thomas, 7 Wm. Devries, Charles Webb. A. K. FOARD, Secretary.
Hartford, Connecticut. CLAYTON C. HALL, Ass't Secretary. J. W.F. HANK, M. D., Medical Examiner.
OF NEW YORK.
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253,319 14 Mortgage Bonds........
... 894,700 00 Office-Marble Building, 44 Second street.
Bank Stock ............
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other Public Securities....... ouer PERTY of all descriptions against LOSS PERPETUAL POLICIES issued on Dwellings, Ware
........................$5,150,931 71 houses and Public Buildings.
Losses Paid i
J. G. PROUD & SONS, Agents,
63 SECOND STREET, Baltimore. DIRECTORS: John J. Wight, Charles M. Dougherty, Invested in Loans on Bond and Mortgage,
SCHOOL OF ART. Joseph H. Rieman, Robert T. Baldwin, Horatio L. Whitridge, Wm. Pinkney Whyte,
No.20 Mulberry street, opposite the Cathedral, Joseph C. Whitney, Wm. F. Burns,
and United States Stocks.
[2 doors west of Charles.) James H. Milliken, Wm. R. Seevers, Daniel J. Foley,
DROF. EDWARD VAN REUTH, Artist, former. Dr. John F. Monmonier, George W. Webb, Wm. Henry Baldwin,
I ly Vice-President and now Honorary Member of John M, Stevenson,
the Antwerp Art-Union, has opened a class of Painting Wm. T. Markland, Henry W. Jenkins, Benj. F. Cator.
for Ladies and Gentlemen, at his Studio, 20 Mulberry ISAAC WILLIAMS, Secretary.
TERMS OF INSTRUCTION.
Drawing and Painting, (Flowers, Fruit, Landscape DALTIMORE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Issues every approved description of (Established upwards of half a century.)
and Figures,) $20 per quarter of eleven weeks, payable
in advance. 8. W. CORNER SOUTH AND WATER STREETS.
Hours of Instruction-every Monday, Wednesday INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE,
LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES and Friday, from 1% to 3 P. M. in city or country, on the various descriptions of
Special instruction given in Linear and Aerial Perproperty; also issues PERPETUAL POLICIES.
spective, Composition, etc., etc. Artists and Amateurs On selected Lives, at moderate rates, returning all wishing to join a Life-Class, are kindly requested to BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
call at studio. J. I. COHEN, JR., President.
Surplus annually to the Policy-holders, to be used The following well known connoisseurs kindly perWm. G. Harrison, Henry Carroll,
mit reference to be made to them: J. H. B. Latrobe, George R. Vickers,
Richard S. Steuart,
Esq., Dr. Ch. Heerman, Geo. B. Coale, Esq. Francis W. Alricks,
Wm. H. Brune, David S. Wilson,
Herman Von Kapir, Josias Pennington,
T, Robert Jenkins,
additional Insurance, at the option of the assured. Joshua I. Cohen,
C. Morton Stewart,
Nos. 360 and 362 N. Eutaw Street,
0. F. BRESEE,
M RS. S. BLEDSOE HERRICK, Principal, PEYTON & STARKE,
thmetic, Algebra, Geometry. and Natural
Philosophy; assisted in Natural Philosophy by Miss
Geography, Chronology, and History
Miss E. M. BLEDSOE, Latin, French, and German,
PROF. ALERT T. BLEDSOB. A. M.. LL.D., Moral
Philosophy. Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, English BALTIMORE,
Language and Composition: assisted in the last two **CT EVERY DESCRIPTION OF INSURANCE
branches by Mrs. HERRICK.
| The School will open on the 15th of September, and In the most reliable Companies,
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO., close on the 20th of June. A recess of ten days was - Al lowest Ruling, Rates.
A Office No. 4 SOUTH STREET.-Open Daily for the be given at Christmas, and also at Easter.
THOMAS J. FLACK, President. | Music, Painting, Drawing, and Dancing, will be Marine and Fire Insurance.
| taught by the best Professors: and the terms will be And. A. IIack, N. Walker,
J. B. George. Sr.. | regulated by their charges. MERCHANTS' MUS
| Francis Burns, In addition to the regular course of instruction, PANY OF BAL INSURANCE COM.J. C. Wheedon, | Allen Paine, "IMORE, James Young, Jas, Getty,
Laneaster Oul Semi-monthly Lectures to the School and an invited
R. C. Mason, Samuel Kirk Alex. Rieman, audience, will be delivered by Prof. Bledsoe and sev-
eral distinguished friends of education.
For Circulars apply to the Principal.
JOHN DUKEHART, Secretary.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
OFFICE-No. 28 ST. PAUL STREET,
and Mechanical Devices for general use, and for the
Olenf manufacturers and consumers, a Museum of
Lithog.phs. Prints, and Cuts of useful Machinery for Residence-No. 77 North Liberty street. J. O'G. ALLMAND.
Agricultural. Manufacturing, Mining, Domestic, PhilA LLMAND & WILLIAMS, GENERAL osophical, and other purposes.
CARRIAGES! CARRIACES! Manufacturers' Illustrated Catalogues, and RELIA11 INSURANCE AGENTS & BROKERS | BLE information of Machines that will within equal | IE Subscriber has the largest and best FIRE, LIFE AND MARINE.
TIMES do equal WORK with the same expense and 1 ment of Fashionable CARRIAGES on hand, No. 79 SECOND STREET, BALTIMORE. the least POWER will be thankfully received.
his own make, in the city, and at all prices to su Fire, Life, Marine, Inland, and Accident Insurance | WORK with Machines.
Constilt as to the best means of accomplishing | Persons in want of Carriages will find it to effected in reliable Home and Foreign Companies at! Entrance SOUTH STREET, Sun Iron Buildin..
est to give me a call, as I will sell low for cash or apo lowest rates,
WILLIAM MCCANN, BALTIMORE, MD,
No. 85 South Gay strech
Louisa School for Young Ladies,
INSURANCE AGENTS AND BROKERS
und it to their inter
AGENTS WANTED---$10 A DAY.
CUSHINGS & BAILEY,
Booksellers and Stationers,
OPPOSITE HANOVER STREET,
Patent Revolving Double Maps
Massachu'ts. New Mexico Utah Territi
DENMEAD & SON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Baltimore. Steam Engines, Boilers, and Machinery
CAROLINE IRON WORKS,
REAL EST TE AND COLLECTION OFFICE
ов THOMAS HILL,
TWO $10 MAPS FOR $4. N. E. Cor. ST. PAUL AND FAYETTE STREETS,
LLOYD'S BALTIMORE, MD. (Established 1855.) Legal Papers carefully prepared: Money loaned on Real Estate: Lands, Houses, Ground Rents, etc., bought and sold: Ground Rents, House Rents, and other Claims collected, and a general supervision given of America and Europe, America and the to Property placed under his charge: Trust Estates, and property of Non-Residents, carefully superintended.
United States of America.
E SE rent Maps, now inst completed, show every
place of importance, all Railroads to date, and S HOOL. LAW. MEDICAL, DENTAL, CLASSI. Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
the latest alterations in the various European States.
These Maps are needed in every School and family in
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GENERAL BANK AND COUNTING-HOUSE
LLOYD'S MAP BUREAU, California, Kansas, Nevada, Tennessee,
23 Cortlandt St., N. Y.
of all kinds. Dakota, Maine, New Mexico, Vermont,
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BLANK BOOKS MADE TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE Florida, Michigan, N. Carolina, W. Virginia, (R. H. GRIFFIN, formerly of South Carolina.)
OF BINDING AND RULING.
MONUMENT IRON WORKS. D. R, WATSON.
Room No. 3.
for Iron Furnaces, LOANS negotiated. COLLECTIONS promptly made,
Advertisements inserted in all Newspapers of
ROLLING MILLS, FLOUR MILLS, and Estates carefully attended to. the South and West, at Publishers lowest prices
PORTABLE GRIST MILLS,
Houses, Farms, Country Seats, City Lots, Western
BRIDGE BOLTS, always for sale Ground Rents.
and CASTINGS of all kinds. LOAN AND COLLECTING AGENCY,
W ANTED-AGENTS-875 to $200 per month, COR. CHARLES AND FAYETTE STS.,
everywhere, male and female, to introduce the Baltimore.
GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON SENSE FAMILY
SEWING MACHINE. This machine will stitch, hem. CORNER OF CAROLINE AND LANCASTER STS., WWM. H. MARRIOTT, Real Estate Agent, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider in a
BACK BASIN, BALTIMORE, W No. 24 N. CHARLES STREET, (up stairs,) most superior manner. Price only $18. Fully war
Manufacturer of Boilers, Steam Engines, Iron Cast ranted for five years. We will pay $1,000 for any maBALTIMORE.
chine that will sew a stronger, more beautiful or more |ings of all descriptions, Shafting, Pullies, Hangers of elastic seam than ours. It makes the "Elastic Lock
various patterns. Houses, Farms and Ground Rents Bought and sold.
Stitch." Every second stitch can be cut, and still the Steamboat and Stationary repairs promptly at
cloth cannot be pulled al art without tearing it. We tended to. 10- Particular attention given to the collection of CLAIMS, &c., &c. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
pay agents from $75 to $200 per month and expenses. 1 All work of best material and workmanship. or a commission from which twice that amount can
An assortment of new and second-hand Engines on - Brand
be made. Address, SECOMB & Co., PITTSBURGH hand at all times. GEO. W. TINGES.
GEO. HERBERT TINGES.
A call solicited.
ties palming off worthless cast-iron machines, under POOLE & HUNT, Baltimore, REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND BROKER
the same name or otherwise. Ours is the only genuine Buy and sell Real Estate on Commission: and really practical cheap machine manufactured.
MANUFACTURERS OF Negotiate Mortgage Loans and Ground Rents;
Attend to all business connected with the manage- A GENTS WANTED. ment of Estates, including Collections;
875 to 8200 per month! Make Investments on Real Estate security, and act Or a Commission from which twice that amount car as appraisers of value and arbitrators in matters per- be made by selling the latest improved COMMON LEFEEL'S PATENT AMERICAN DOUBLE TUR. taining to Real Estate. SENSE FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, price $18.00
BINE WATER WHEEL: Morrell's Fire Engine, For Circulars and Terms address
Deep Well and Force Pump: Saw Mills : Mining Ma. C. IRVING DITTY, GEO. T. BEALL, JR.,
C. BOWERS & CO.,
chinery : Portable Grist Mills; Roberts' Burr Regula. Attorney-at-Law.
tor: Flouring Mill Machinery : Shafting, Pulleys an i DITTY & BEALL, Attorneys-at-Law,
Hangers. Send for Circulars.
ANTED-AGENTS-To sell the AMERICAN
KNITTING MACHINE. Price $25. The sim-
Manufacturer and Dealer in
STOVES, TIN WARE, &C., TSAAC D. JONES,
92 N. GAY ST., opp. Harrison St., ATTORNEY GENERAL OF MARYLAND.
BALTIMORE. OFFICE OVER THE CHESAPEAKE BANK,
D. C. CARY, Agent,
The celebrated EXCELSIOR COOK STOVES an I Corner North and Fayette Sts., Baltimore.
No. 8 NORTH CHARLES STREET.
MORNING GLORY STOVES kept constantly. Practices in the Courts of Baltimore, in the Court of
Offers a large stock for sale at Reduced Prices. Please Appeals, and in the Supreme Court of the U.S.
HE BEST PLACE
call before purchasing.
TO GET A ARCHER & SAVIN,
TOSHUA REGESTER & SONS,
Where all kinds are sold; where the Agent is not BALTIMORE BELL AND BRASS WORKS, No.2 NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE BUILDING, interested in any special machines.
53 and 55 Holliday Street. Holliday Street, near Second.
Machines rented, repaired, and exchanged at Special attention paid to the purchase and sale of
F. W. WILDS.
BELLS OF ALL SIZES SOUTHERN SECURITIES, BANK NOTES, &c.
78 West Baltimore street, near Gay.
CONSTANTY ON HAND. STOCKS and Gold bought and sold on Commission. I AJ kinds of Machine Needles can be ordered by mail.
Material of Plumbers and Steam Fitters, Five or more Collections made for anys per cent. LOANS NEGOTIATED, LAND WARRANTS wanted.
of the best assortment, also on hand. m MORRIS BOND,
Contractor for all kinds of
W M. COLTON, REAL ESTATE
AND PROPERTY AGENCY.
Farms, Houses, Lots, &c., Bought, Sold and Ex.
changed, House and Ground Rents Collected. Money ST. PAUL STREET, Third Office North of Lexington, Laging of Sewers with Stone, Brick, Iron or Tile Pipe.
Loaned on Mortgage. Also, Collects Bounties, Back
Pay. Prize Money, and all claims against the City, BALTIMORE,
Wet Cellars Permanently Drained. State, and National Governments. State and GovernWill practice in the various Courts of this State. Es
ment Pensions obtained. Land Warrants obtained, pecial attention given to the management of Estates. I Office-Basement of Chesapeake Bank.
also Purchased and Bold. . WM. COLTON, the collection of Debts, and cases in Bankruptcy. ResidenceNo. 226 North Howard street.
50 W. Fayette street, near North st.
Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilere,
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
Noiseless Sewing Machine.
JOHN E. ESCHBACH,