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very great value to watch-wearers whose watches are F. S. WINSTON, .
AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCHES.
THE A MER
FAMILY DRY GOODS HOUSE. 10 OF THESE WATCHES are now speakV ing for themselves in the pockets of the
PERKINS & CO., people-& proof and a guarantee of their superiority,
22 NORTH CHARLES STREET, and furnishing the best reason for their great popu
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in larity, and justifying the preference uniformly shown
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, them by the public.
Velvets, Shawls, Real Laces Mourning Goods, AN EXPERIENCE of nearly fifteen years has furA nished the AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY the
Ribbons, Embroideries, &c. opportunity of thoroughly testing all really valuable
NAPKINS, Inventions in Watchmaking; and it being the sole
* TOWELINGS, aim of the Company to produce Watches which as
NIRISH LINENS, time-keepers would bear comparison with the very
LINEN AND COTTON SHEETINGS, best made anywhere, they now confidently assert that
SHIRTING MUSLINS, OPERA FLANNELS, the WALTHAM WATCHES have every improvement which time and experience have proved valuable.
White and Colored Flannels, Canton Flannels, THE AMERICAN WATCH CO. desire specially to
MERINO UNDERWEAR, 1 remark that having had the refusal of all the con
BLANKETS, QUILTS, CLOTHS and CASSIMERES, trivances designed to prevent damage to the train by
which they offer at the lowest rates for cash. the breakage of mainsprings, FOGG'S PATENT CENTER-PINION
OF NEW YORK.
Louisa School for Young Ladies, was adopted for that purpose as the best, and faultless.
Nos. 360 and 362 N. Eutaw Street, WALTHAM WATCHES are now supplied with
BALTIMORE. 1 Patent DUST-PROOF CAPS, protecting the movement from dust, and greatly lessening the ne
M RS. S. BLEDSOE HERRICK, Principal, cessity of frequent cleaning, &c.; an improvement of
M Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and Natural
BLEDSOE. exposed to rough usage and constant wear.
Mrs. ALBERT T. BLEDSOE, English Grammar,
Geography, Chronology, and History NHE DIFFERENT GRADES OF WALTHAM
MISS E. M. BLEDSOE, Latin, French, and German, 1 WATCHES have frequently been submitted to the
PROF, ALBERT T. BLEDSOE, A, M., LL. D., Moral severest tests to determine their time-keeping quali
Philosophy, Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, English ties, and have invariably been found thoroughly reli
Language and Composition; assisted in the last two
branches by Mrs. HERRICK. able and accurate, receiving the strongest endorsements from railway engineers, conductors and ex-CASH ASSETS, over........... ..$28,000,000 Music, Painting, Drawing, and Dancing, will be
taught by the best Professors; and the terms will be pressmen, the most exacting class of watch-wearers
regulated by their charges. and & USAGE OF FIFTEEN YEARS HAS SUFFICIENTLY
In addition to the regular course of instruction, PROVED THEIR DURABILITY.
Invested in Loans on Bond and Mortgage, Semi-monthly Lectures to the School and an invited
audience, will be delivered by Prof, Bledsoe and seyMHERE ARE MANY KINDS, GRADES, SIZES,
and United States Stocks.
eral distinguished friends of education. 1 and Descriptions of Watches made by the WALT
The School will open on the 15th of September, and HAM COMPANY, adapted to the tastes and means of
close on the 20th of June. A recess of ten days will
be given at Christmas, and also at Easter. all classes; but the Company's written guaranty ac
** For Circulars apply to the Principal. companies every Watch that bears the Company's name, and should be required of every seller.
R. H. GRIFFIN & CO.,
Issues every approved description of
(R. H. GRIFFIN, formerly of South Carolina.)
LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES NEO W. WEBB & Co.,
On selected Lives, at moderate rates, returning all
Surplus annually to the Policy-holders, to be used FOR SOUTHERN AND WESTERN NEWSPAPERS elegant stock of
either in payment of Premiums, or to purchase NO. 117 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, Diamonds and other Rich Jewelry, SILVER WARE, ARTISTIC BRONZES, CLOCKS, additional Insurance, at the option of the assured.
CORNER SOUTH, and VASES, SELECTED PERSONALLY IN EUROPE.
Roox No. 3.
Baltimore. Agents for the Celebrated Patek, Phillpipe & Co. WATCHES.
0. F. BRESEE,
*Advertisements inserted in all Newspapers of
the South and West, at Publishers lowest prices WALTER CROOK, JR.,
GENERAL AGENT, JOHN S. GITTINGS.
BENJ. H. WILLIAMS. No. 220 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
No. 21 South Street.
JOHN S, GITTINGS & Co., STILL keeps the Finest as well as the Cheapest
BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS Thoroughly Assorted Stock of PROF. F. DONALDSON,
No. 29 SOUTH STREET, BALTIMORE, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, WINDOW SHADES, &c.
TRANSACT all business appertaining to Banks Medical Examiner.
and Private Bankers, in their several departMakes to Order all kinds of
ments. Buy and sell, on commission, Stock and Se. CURTAINS,
curities in this and other markets. Make advances
Marine and Fire Insurance. on Stocks, Real Estate, Notes and other Collaterals. DECORATIONS,
Negotiate Stock Loans. Receive Deposits in BankaSUPERIOR MATTRESSES,
(ANTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE COM.ble and Uncurrent Funds, and give special attention to BEDDING, etc. PANY OF BALTIMORE,
Collections on all accessible points in the United States
and Canada, and can offer unrivalled facilities to cor
CHARTERED 1846. MACKENZIE BROTHERS,
respondents. Interest allowed on Deposits. 222 BALTIMORE STREET,
Marine Insurance in All its Branches. 183 A. SIGMUND, 183 Importers of and Dealers in
GEO, B. COALE, ALLEN A. CHAPMAN, Manufacturer of and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Secretary. COACH AND SADDLERY HARDWARE,
58 EXCHANGE PLACE.
FANCY FURS. SPOKES
183 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, GEO. B. COALE,
One door east of Light st.,
Fire Insurance Agent and Broker.
BALTIMORE, MD. MOSS,
KOCENTS WILL BUY A CENTURY WRITING| Shipping Furs Bought-Repairing and Allering done.
Importer, Jobber and Retailer of
Lead Pencil, 12 Motto Seals, a guaranteed Receipt for BRITISH, FRENCH, AND AMERICAN
And Manufacturer of LADIES' CLOAKS, &c. 8. E. COR. LOMBARD AND CHEAPSIDE,
10 $100 U. S. Money Packed Daily in these Cases.
213 BALTIMORE STREET,
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,
market. These Instruments have been before the public for No. 55 MERCER STREET, NEW YORK.
nearly thirty years, and upon their excellence alone! Their Stock of SCHOOL, LAW, MEDICAL, and
A large and varied assortment of
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN STATIONERY combines great power, sweetness and fine singing can always be found at their establishment. quality, as well as great purity of intonation, and even-1 They keep constantly on hand a full supply of ness throughout the entire scale. Their
of different styles and of their own manufacture. is pliant and elastic, and entirely free from thestiffness Having a Bindery connected with their store ther The great increase in the demand for our PIANO found in so many planos, In
are, at all times, able, at short notice, to all 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
! Orders, received by mail, will meet with prompt New Improvements in Manufacturing, stock of lumber, etc., on hand.
attention. we shall continue to keep our prices the same as they proved Overstrung scale and the AGRAFFE TREBLE, and Prices before purchasing elsewhere.
AD-All our SQUARE PIANOS have our New Im! You are requested to call and examine our Stock always have been, the LOWEST of any
We would call special attention to our late improve-
DUBLISHED THIS MORNING:
I 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 other makers.
MRS. LUCIA GILBERT CALHOUN. been attained.
| Ambitious Wives.
The Girl of the Period. Platonic Women. 66 GOLDEN-CHORD." - ESTEY'S COTTAGE, Sole Wholesale Agency for CARHART & NEED- Foolish Virgins.
Man and his Master. W HARMONIC, AND BOUDOIR ORGANS. HAM'S Celebrated
The Goose and the GanParlor Organs and Church Harmoniums. Pinchbeck.
Feminine Affectations. Engagements,
Woman in Orders. Baltimore Organs, .
Woman and the World. Woman and her Critics.
Unequal Marriages. Mistress & Maid on Dress
Perils of "Paying Atten-| Asthetic Woman. tion."
What is Woman's Work?
Priesthood of Woman. ORGAN
A Word for Female Van- The Future of Woman. YACHT CLUB SMOKING TOBACCO
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
in cloth, bevelled boards. Price $2. For sale by all It is free from drugs, the Nicotine
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.
It is of a bright golden color..
Being very light, one pound will last
Two to three times as long as others. The genuine VOX-P!UMANA TREMOLO is found
Buy it, try it, and convince yourself. If only on these Organs.
Your dealer does not keep it, ask him to get it.
EUREKA SMOKING TOBACCO
DR. J. A. SHERMAN, smoke. It is much lower in price and of heavier body 7) 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 "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,
duration of the infirmity. or the diffculties which
lier. Dr. S., as Principal of the Rupture Curative In
stitute, New Orleans, for a period of more than fifteen Established 1836. Hon. Horatio Seymour and Maj. Gen. Francis P. Blair,
years, had under his care the worst cases in the coun
try, all of which were effectually relieved, and mans. By JAMES D, MCCABE, Jr.,
to their great joy, restored to a sound body. endorsed by the leading Democrats and Conservatives None of the pains and injuries, resulting from the
of the Union, and authorized by the subjects. | use of other Trusses, are found in Dr. Sherman's ADA book for every true patriot and friend of Cong'
pliances; and, with a full knowledge of the assertion. GRAND SQUARE tutional Liberty in the land. It is singularly valuu
| he promises greater security and comfort, with a daily blo and attractive to all Conservatives, Irrespective of improvement in the disease, than can be obtained or PIANO FORTES. party, and is indispensable to a correct understanding any other person, or the inventions of any other perof the political issues of the day,
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 MASON'S & HAMLIN'S
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PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY
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together with Six full page illustrations in Chromo whole country, that the Publishers feel a degree of tints, engraved expressly for this work from original White Mountain Views. Views in
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DOMESTICS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, TABLE
COVERS, OIL CLOTHS, CLOTHS and CASSI-
MERES, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, WHITE
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The character and reputation of "The New Eclectic'
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present the prices will be: we have a splendid assortment. Sole Agents for has assumed creates a demand for such publications
..950. FRITH'S Series of Photographic Views in Switzeras this. Even with the amplest leisure one cannot as
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..$1.05 STEREOSCOPES we manufacture very largely, an
can reviews and monthlies, and yet we must keep up D................650. have a large stock of the best styles at the lowest rates.
1.***.*** ...........900. with current thought. What then? The Eclectic PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.-Our manufacture of
To meet the unprecedented demand for these ALMagazine-the cream of periodical literature selected Albums is well known throughout the country, as su- 1 for us. We know of no other that does this so admi.
PACAS, we have made arrangements for weekly perior in quality and beauty to all others. We never
shipments from Europe, so that our customers can be thers, we never rably in all respects as this NEW ECLECTIC, showing any but all we sell are made in our Own Factory, lin its whole management, catholicity of spirit, tact,
supplied at once with any "LETTER" they may need.
Also--6-4 and 8-4 PURE MOHAIR (our own shade and our styles are different from those of any other
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EVENTS OF THE WEEK...........
in question, or probably ever thought of question-trict of Massachusetts, between Butler and Dana, EDITORIAL ARTICLES: The Result.........
ing. Such "highfalutin” statements as to the affords a striking commentary upon the natural Baltimore and its Calumniators.. Our Volunteer Organization............
comparative valor of Americans, Englishmen, proclivities of Radicalism, not to say the "elecSteam: James Watt......
Irishmen, Frenchmen and Germans, are simply tion affinities” of New Englanders, or the tenCORRESPONDENCE:
childish and absurd. Another speaker plainly dencies of popular institutions in general. GenOn the Other Side... Place aux Dames-A Word from a Lady Reader.... 55 showed where the "raw" was, by denouncing eral Butler has been elected—as we were fully Northern Men in Virginia...... REVIEWS:
class prejudices and social ostracism. He also persuaded he would be-as a matter of course, Kinglake's War on the Crimea..............
prophesied, and in his vision saw a day, twenty- for it is only Virtue in this world that is its own NEWS SUMMARY: Domestie...........
five years hence, when the blacks would be the and only reward. Rascality rarely goes begging, Foreign..................
superiors, in intellect and refinement, of those leastwise in Massachusetts. General Butler's State and City........ THE MARKETS......
who now affect to despise them, provide:1, always, name has of late become of ill odor in the nostrils
that the means of attaining this result were not of Republicanism, pure and undefiled. He has THE STATESMAX will be mailed to Subscribers denied them led to Subscribers denied them. It is to be hoped, when that day been suspected of being fishy, which is as damag
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provement of the white race-that they may not flavor of a duck. Let it not be supposed that Persons residing in the city can be served by Car. be left too far behind in the march of intellect by any returning or awakening qualms of conscience, riers, by prepaying at the Office, or at the rate of the negroes. The same spcaker “anathematized" any glimmering perception of the distinction beThirty Cents per month, payable to the Carriers. the principles and purposes and past conduct of tween Right and Wrong, Virtue and Vice, is at
Books intended for Review should be sent in the Democratic party, and by authority, we sup- the bottom of these doubts as to General Butler's early in the Week to receive prompt notice. Ad-pose, proclaimed that the principles of the Re- orthodoxy in the Republican fold. His shortvertisements must be left at the Office on or before publican party were "favored by Heaven." comings and failures as a soldier-Big Bethel and Thursday, otherwise they will be too late for inscr.
Fort Fisher; his blunders as a politician, includtion in that Weel's paper.
It is with unfeigned sorrow and mortification Applications from Persons desiring to act as we record the fact, said to have occurred at a little
ing that greatest of all possible mistakes, ImAgents or Canvassers received at the Office. Com- town in Massachusetts last Friday night-that
peachment; those moral idiosyncracies and pecumunications should be addressed to General Judson Kilpatrick, who has been canvass
liarities, as we suppose they may be regarded at THE STATESMAN,
home, which have made his name world-famous, ing the Fifth Congressional District in the interNo. 162 Baltimore Street,
if not infamous ; all these things and worse, might Baltimore. est of Mr. R. H. Dana and against General But
have been freely forgiven to one who illustrates = ler-was hooted and prevented from speaking by
so satisfactorily the sectional character for 'cutethe partisans of the latter, so that he was even Events of the Week.
ness, and whose sins are covered over by the compelled to leave the stand. Really, this outra
comprehensive mantle of success. Had he never geous violation of the right of free speech savors The Republicans of this city held, at the Front more of the customs of the arrogant and intoler
done anything worse than hanged Mumford, Street Theatre, last Saturday night, what the ant South than of the liberal and impartial North.
maltreated women, and, in his Proconsular capaChairman of the State Central Committee called These people, who wouldn't let "little Kilpatrick"
49; city, countenanced a system of public plunder and "something of a love-feast," typified, we sup-speak, nor hear him even for his cause, could not
| private pillage, surpassing anything known in pose, by the living soldier with his musket, and have behaved worse if they had been semi-civil
history since the days of Verres, we should never the sailor with his boarding pike, who, according lized Southerners, instead of virtuous and intelli
have heard a whisper of opposition to his re-electo the description in the daily papers, constituted gent New Englanders. The disgraceful story reads
tion to Congress from the Fifth District of Mason the occasion the most conspicuous, and cer
sachusetts. In an unguarded moment the General tous, and cer as though it had come over the wires from some tainly most appropriate, decorations of the stage. St. Landr's or St. Bernard's parish in Louisiana,
fell into a grievous political heresy, at least what The Party of Force represented by the symbols or some
is considered as such by the straitest of the sect symbols or some court-house town in the backwoods of of Force! The gathering of the faithful few was Georgia or South Carolina, instead of from the
of Republicans. He advocated the idea of taxpresided over by the author of Horse Shoe Robin-famous Essex District-the most pure-blooded
ling bonds, and this was a sin past pardon in the son and the Annals of Quodlibet—more recently lin New England" -and, by consequence, the most
| eyes of a bond-holding community. At once a connected with the politics of the present century onlich
| vigorous opposition was organized to his re-elecnt century enlightened in the civilized world. Surely, there by the fact of his having been a member of Presi-I must be
tion. Mr. R. H. Dana-another Republican-an of Fresi. must be some mistake in the matter-some condent Fillmore's Cabinet, and now but just re-fusion of places and names. If not, we can only!
original Abolitionist, we believe-well known in turned home after a three years' absence in say that the Southerners are not the only!
the professional and literary world; a lawyer of Europe, and who may well be excused, therepeople who get restive at times when listening to
reputation, and a writer of books; a fitting reprefore, for his zeal on the occasion, by his prob-l
sentative, according to The Tribune, "of the culwhat they don't like to hear, and that moderation able ignorance of the present state of Ameriand forbearance towards political opponents are
ture, refinement and scholarship of the District,” can politics, and of the views held by the Repub
was put in nomination against him. The leading virtues (and, perhaps, they do not stand alone in lican party in Maryland. The usual speeches the category,) more praised than practised in
organs of Republicanism called upon the voters to were made; according to one report, an ex-Sena- Massachusetts. As this is purely a family anar
repudiate him, and save the party the "disgrace'' tor from the Eastern Shore, indulging in the rel, perhaps we need not say anything about it,
Yof his election. Governor Hawley, in a letter to patriotic reflection that the war, which has left so except to indulge the hope, suggested by all sim
Mr. Dana, awarded to his opponent an “immormany things unsettled, had at least established one ular dissensions in the Radical ranks that the ne
tality of shame." "Little Kilpatrick," who has
come all the way from Chili, dedicated himself, gratifying fact, viz. that our country's sons verb may be verified which promises that “when are the bravest that walk the earth." Really, thies
at the rate of two speeches a day, to the task of 19; thieves fall out, honest men get their own." we thought the day for this sort of balderdash had
opening the eyes of the ungrateful citizens of passed. That Americans are braye nobody calls! By-the-way, this same contest in the Fifth Dis- Essex to the faults of their idol. The Nation,