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Baltimore Daily Exchange (Newspaper) - May 31, 1858, Baltimore, Maryland The vol. I no. 85. Baltimore monday cents l a Vav school of the University at Cambridge mass. The instructors in this school Are Hon. Joel Parker. Royal professor. \ Hon. Theophilus Parsons Dune professor. Hon. Emory Washburn ll.d., University professor. Tile course of instruction embraces the various branches of the common Law and of equity admiralty com Merci a1, International and constitutional Law and the jurisprudence of the United states. The Law Library consists of about 14,000 volumes and As new works a j r of Anos 111 Pear they Are added and every Effort is made to Render it j Apo to Complete. Instruction is Given by Oral lectures and expositions and by recitations and examinations in connection them of which there Are ten every week. Two moot courts Are also Holden in each week at each of which a cause previously Given out is argued by four students and an opinion delivered by the presiding instructor. Rooms and other facilities Are also provided for the club courts and an Assembly is held weekly for practice in debate and acquiring a knowledge of parliamentary Law and proceedings. Students May enter the school in any stage of their professional studies or mercantile pursuits and at the commencement of either term or in the Middle or other part of William a Ehle amp co., from the late firm of Knabe Gaehle k co _ manufacturers of grand and Square Eia to Fortes North East Corner of Eutaw and Fayette sts., Baltimore . Where May be seen pianos which for elegance of finish i sweetness of tone combined with an agreeable touch Are second to none in this country. Terms and prices moderate and every instrument War id and tuning attended to promptly. He they Are at Liberty to select what studies they will Pur c according to their View of their own wants and attainments. The academical year which commences on thursday six foetal ofter the third wednesday in july is divided into two Terras of Twenty weeks each with a vacation of six weeks at the end of each term. During the Winter vacation the Library is opened warmed and lighted for the use of the members of the school. Applications for admission or for catalogues or any further information May be made to either of the professors at Cambridge. Cambridge mass., january 1853. D6t-law6ra. Metals is Twatt vet. S1 is is e. Vivian amp sons London sheathing met a i for ships. The subscriber has received the Agency of this celebrated English sheathing Metal and has now in hand and will keep a Supply of All stat s. Lambert Gittings ap24 of r Buehrman s wharf. In r i Ltd is. N e y by co dealers in nails coat. Aux Ikon no. 57 Exchange Mace up stairs. Fe25-tf col e. Commission merchants i american Ano foreign hardware nos. 27 and 29 South Charles Street fo22-tf. Baltimore Keith or. In son Quot. 23 South Charles Street manufacturers agents Foh Best Cut nails. Naylor a steel shovels Forks tacks j butt hinges sad Irons Hollowware castings so. Mrss to I a la k e la amp. Co., importers and dealers in metals. South Charles Street Between Pratt Aud Camden for Sale i to plate of every description. Terne plate for roofing. English sleet Iron nos. To to 27 american �?~4 44 14 to 27. Galvanized 44 44 44 18 to 28. Russia a a 9 to 16. Iron wire. Tinned wire,44 0 to 35. Sheet Zinc Spelter. Pig and bar Lead. Banca tin in pigs and bars. Lead pipe and Sheet Lead. Hoop Iron a a in. To 2# in. Tin men stools and machines. Brass kettles. Copper Bottoms rivets Kettle ears ac., he. Fe22-tt Keyser Troxell a co. I la o n Vav a r e House. No. 19 South Calvert St. Importers of All descriptions of Iron and steel. Have constantly of hand a Complete assortment of american and English Iron manufacturers of rail Road spikes and chairs. Agents of the viaduct and Laurel boiler Iron works Elk Sheet Iron Mill Bristol forge. Also agents for the Best Pennsylvania and Maryland Anthracite and charcoal pig Iron furnaces. Feb22-tf. New York Hano depot. We r. Thiede successor to Petri k Thiede. Having retained the store and Stock of the old firm no. So Fayette Street begs leave to announce that j he has obtained tile sole Agency for Tite state of Maryland for Steinway amp songs grand Ani Square pianos he will be pleased to receive Calls from his friends and tile Public to examine these celebrated instruments. By purchasing wholly for Cash he is Able to offer the works \ of these Well known makers at prices that will not fail to i please. A Call is earnestly solicited. We. F. Thiede mr27-d3ra no. 80 Fayette Street West of Chailey. C. W. Neill. W. P. Washburn. amp. Washburn first Ere Vium Iha no Fortes manufactory Ano walk Roombs j g6 Fayette et., e is of Calvert Baltimore i. Chicker1ng amp. Sons and Nunns k Clarks Cele or ated Pia no Fortes constantly receiving and for Sale Only by f. I. Bentsen 181 Baltimore Street Ami 84 Fayette third store West of Charles St. Purchasers will find it to their interest to examine flt i themselves the Superior qualities of the above pianos. Piano stools Prince k Melodeon from $45 upwards. Mr25 of. Go l Domeda Premium piano Fortes. William Knabe amp co., manufacturers of grand and Square piano Fortes. Nos. I 3, 5 Ami 7 North Kuta w St., opposite the Eutaw House and at our new Saleroom 207 Baltimore Street Between Charles and Light streets. These celebrated pianos have at different fairs for several successive years been awarded the highest premiums for excellence Over All Competition. They have also been pronounced by s. Thalberg the most celebrated pianist in the world and other distinguished artists including Strakosch g. Satter kc., kc., to be equal if not Superior to any in this country. We have constantly on hand at our extensive wardroom As above the largest assortment of Fine pianoforte to he found in this City which we will sell wholesale and retail on the most Liberal terms. In every Case we guarantee our pianos to give entire satisfaction. O a Iid fire insurance co., of Baltimore. Insures dwellings furniture warehouses goods a on storage and merchandise generally against loss or damage by fire also vessels and cargoes in port. Offices. E. Corner of Howard and Clay streets. I the directors meet daily to answer applications. Andrew Reese. President. J directors. A has. Hoffman Henry j. Werde Baunii Augustus Shriver Benzinger we. G. Power Elisha h. Perkins George Harlan Williams ap29 of Secretary Lind amp Murdoch architects and superintendents nos. 1.2,3 am 4 Lull . 0 Donovan or. Jas. Pouder Chas. W. George we. Ortwine. Saml. In Smith a a run Fenton Geo. P. Thomas ill is insurance Omba by. John Hersh. President. H. P. Dunhurst Secretary. Corner of South and second streets. Alt of insurance against loss of rents by fire. The National fire insurance company of Baltimore. Office no. 13 South Street. Will make insurance against loss of rent by fire on a new and most Liberal principle they also continue to insure All descriptions of property against loss 01 damage by fire. John b. Seidenstricker president. Directors. Brown amp of Donovan dealers in foreign and Domestic liquors apis of no. 33chbjlpbidx. Baltimore it i. Ista by Weih Ell in a practical architect a a i i superintendent of Public and private buildings. 94 Fayette Street Baltimore. Or do i Bonard Vanden Kerckhove Elj Artis t. Studio second Story no. Go second Street. I in r31-iv California news. Arrival of the Taylor. Treasure list $1,575,991. Daniel Dean one of the employees of the Alta express company was detected Tot tho 2 St of april in Pur Loining Money from Tim packages of treasure entrusted to his care. The operation had been carried on for three months during which the culprit had succeeded Iii abstracting is too. He was admitted to Hail in the sum of . Or. Parker indies a native of Poston and for several years a resilient of this City died on the 26th inst of consumption. To had been ill for several months. The weather has been dry and Windy since the last Rains and the summer gales May be said to have commenced. Pipe strawberries new potatoes Green peas and i asparagus Are in the Market. Tile mail steamship Holden age sailed on tile 20th Era for Panama having on Board 725 passengers and fad time n a a the riflemen were $1,947,734.54 in specie. Saddling up went Outwith the infantry and Cap i a meeting of English subjects has been held at i a Quot. The Quot Hole party about half a mile front tho j the instance of her main him to a House across Hie River where he was As rested. This prisoner states that there were Only live engaged in tin robbery or rather four As lie remained outside to a hold the arrest of col. Kinney at Gre town. Tile United states mail steamship Moses Taylor John Mcgowan commander arrived at new York at i p. M., saturday. She left Aspinwall on the 20th inst., at Gil m., with the California mails passengers and treasure which left san Francisco in the p. Steamship indiscriminate Hutch Kry of men women and by the who pc Ajisa military affairs. Official information has been received at the Headquarters of tile military department of the attack upon the Apache Camp at the Indian Agency near fort Thorn on the morning of the 17th instant. About Daybreak a party of armed mexicans from Mesilla charged into the Camp and but tiered indiscriminately men women and children. Immediately on ascertaining what was going on i Kowa right de co de torahs amp Rogers in Fout Kus and wholesale wines Buan Dies Gin Sam. ,.x. Jan la. Scotch and Irish malt whishes a Frank Baker exp Lish and scotch Alk Ani ported j j. N. Brower amp co. Mr24-tf__no. 4 Commerce Street bait. Butcher a brother a r Job Smith a. A. Chapman Joseph w. Jenkins we. Heald e. Church t. H. Sullivan Jonir w. Ross Henry Bash a. Woodward Adam Den Mead George Bartlett George Small. John r. Magruder Secretary. Elt a Henry a. Dicker insurance agent commercial buildings Corner of Jay and Lomi a re streets mri9-Tf___Baltimore. Ii t a ii be fire insurance society. Charter perpetual. Office no. 19 South Street. The Baltimore equitable society will insure houses and furniture from loss or damage by j fire at very cheap rates on the Mutual or beneficial j plan and Grant carpenters risks on pleasing terms. Owners of property insured in the equitable office have no further responsibility than the amount of their j deposits and on the expiration of policies they Are anti i tied to receive a Cash dividend of Twenty eight per cent. The Public arc respectfully invited to Callas the office no. 19 South Street where the principles on which i the society insure will to fully explained. Directors Thomas Kelso Benjamin Deport William Kennedy Samuel Kirby Henry Rieman Michael Warner James Frazier Daniel Dail Charles r. Carroll Robert a. Dobbin Austin Jenkins Daniel Warfield. Francis a. Crook treasurer. I nigh b. Jones Secretary. Fe24-Ly i c o u i l a n fashionable hats Caps pc no. 40 Baltimore. Street. Between Frederick and Harrison its. Mall by Baltimore. I Quot a no is Denmead manufacturer of Rye and Barley malt City malt House West Falls Avenue Baltimore. X. constantly on hand. Fe2my In Grant. B. Grant g rant amp brother r commission merchants. No 61 Exchange place _fr22tf.__ Baltimore. John s. Willia alts St rot commission merchants j so Quot Oral on 11,0 171,1 in it a the specie on Board is consigned As follows dealers in j treasure list. Ant. Sex. Bank $72,060 c. Kelley it co. Lleon j. E. Lodge. La. Mallory. 3, it. Meatier amp o. And 6,943 Ains. 1.230 j. B. Newton amp co. 37,Ugo order. 14,635�?T j. G. Parker amp son. 16,200 Jas. Patrick. 3,375richard Patrick. 52 Commerce Street fe22-tf. Baltimore. L. Mth a in amp Bllou a hat Cap and fur store no. 132 Baltimore Street re tween North and Calvert streets North Side fo22tf. We. W. Janney Louis Stow. Fanney amp Stow. A a produce and general commission merchants no. 101 South Street fe221y Baltimore. Joseph Carbon. Joseph Carson St co. Vickery Western produce tis faction. Ryphe great Western a in no tobacco constantly on hand a Fine assortment of Melode i in inv err Rou Elm Al Vlf re i 65 s is of the Hest makers at prices from $45 to $200. 1a&ukaalp Lum any j r. S. Courtney in Thev of Good second authorized capful. C. E. A Chino on Itani pianos at prices ranging from $75 to $200. 8�?� i a exchanged hired and tuned mall of we. Knabe k co. General commission merchants nos. 43 and 45 Light Street Baltimore. Liberal advances made on consignments it 22 of coh run by in i Shino. I tobacco commission merchants Quot South Gay Street Baltimore. K of. In Hill. J at. Coleman amp co. Conroy amp o Connor. C. W. Crosby. I c. Ii. Cummings. I Duncan. Sherman a co. 7 Einstein a Bros. Freeman a co. Ii. E. Biffin. I gemstone Freid Lander k co. In Hardy amp co. I ii. Harris 4 co. I c. B. Hazeltine. W. Helle k co. In. Hoge amp co. I Howland it Aspinwall. Jas. Hunter co. A. Ii. Hussey. I the Pacific mail steamship Golden Gate left Sanfrancisco on the Reg Utti a a it uie of. La a. At 3 of clock on the afternoon of the same Day when about forty five Miles out she broke in e Shaft and i City on the morning of the 6th, when Lier mails passengers kc., were transferred to the Sonora which left on the 7th inst., at 5.30 in. Owen d. Callaghan aged 35, a passenger on Board the Moses Taylor died of consumption on the 27hi inst., and was buried at sea. On the 25th inst., at to 30 a. M., crooked Island i s. Av., ten Miles Distant the Moses Taylor spoke tho i steamship Star of the West All Well. On the 27th at 0 p. In lat. 33 38, Ion. 74 36 passed Herm Brig i e. Butter bound northward. From Central America. Under a Strong guard where they still remain. Alter disposing of the prisoners a party was sent t to collect the Dent bodies. Tin brine ii. L. Ruch k co 2.420 88,657 p. S. Rosenbaum. 6,400 9.338 Ross Falconer amp 79,720 co. 24,135 3,120 w. Seligman k co. 38.200 to lain k Mccone. 4,000 21,610 s. Tilton amp co. 9.000 1,596 Treadwell amp co. 26.000 ii ii i Turner Bros. 2,030 6,000 f. Victor k Achelis 3.415 17,600 t. Watson k son. 2.000 55,400 j. B. Weir. 17,166 Wells Fargo k co. 454.000 201,811 Williams amp Daland. 7,000 1,162 a 4,000 total $1 575,991 i to recover $10,000 in mexican dollars which had been buried Liere by tile Captain and mate of the Brig Cornelia battled at sea by her Oili cers. Thor landed at tho Cape a a dug up the treasure and arrived with it on tie 28th inv Lief la a a a a no three men three women and one of april a �al1 it a whom were interred in rear of the Burn the Clipper ships Twilight and Andrew Dotson Quot Tondt Belo Kink to the fort. Three of the have arrived from new York the former n Tooa Quot Quot Quot a a a on and one boy have been placed Days and 20 hours and the latter in too dais and a l.,r�?T1 hours the two Best passages this year tho old ship Konohia. Formerly of bal forc drifted ashore on the North head a at the Entrance of the Harbor on the 20th of april and wat a total loss. She was from Sitka loaded wit ice. Vessel and cargo uninsured. The steamship Sonora arrived from la Anana on the 29th of april with about 1,200 passengers from new York. The news from the Frazer River mines up of the Day of the departure of the Atlantic mails Emtin us to be As extraordinary As Ever. Great nut Ibers of people Are in route thither. Oregon. To National Federal or Eugene Civ Wing o f tho democratic party Mot in state convention at Eugene City on the 8th ult., and nominated for con. In the Hospital. Upon the first alarm the indians fled in every direction seeking shelter and Protection. Or. Tully at the Indian Agency or. Reek living on the Island and another american living at the Rancho were Fortuna to enough to save a number of lives. As some of the indians were pursued into the River Bot Tom where they had fled to hide among tile Trees it is feared that a number wore killed whose bodies Nave not yet been found parties were still out in search. Til it. Sucre recently perpetrated at Donna Ana. A to Snow tho temerity with which they acted it is Only no a Sarv to state that one of the women was pursued a nil killed within five Hundred Yards of the fort. . A. Pinco silo was evidently running for Protection. Storm on in i i. Ains. The Independence mail reached Here on tho 27th nun Secretary of state. A. Bice state Treasu j a two passengers whose name we have not learn -.1 Amos o a ear a. Were in repro manufactured tobacco fancy Pound Lump. Royal Arch to Pound pkg. Bailie Carey 5 Pound pkg. May to Pound packages. G guns guns tue largest assortment of guns rifles. Pistols and sporting a Para tub in Baltimore guns suitable for Deer Duck Turkey Squirrel and All Bird shooting i titles of All sizes and patterns Colts army Navy and pocket pistols Warners Allens and other make of pistols powder flasks shot pouches game bags Caps powder shot balls kc., in fact All sporting goods in the greatest variety. Having received a Gold medal and certificate of the highest honors of the Maryland Institute for specimens of his own make of guns he flatters himself by prompt personal attention to give satisfaction to All and they May rely on getting a Good article. No. 51 Calvert Street and 53 cite Alsidi. Alexander Mccomas gun maker. Established 1843. Mr6 3m o v a in pounds j. A. Clay s. E. White 1. W. Burton g. English Foreman John Smith j. Judson la. Johnson people s favorite James Madison Murrell k Burks j. Gibson w. A. Jarvis we. Stewart j. C. Breckenridge r. Wilson Jeu Tang Robert d. Burks d. Alexander Wallace in store and for Sale by Warwick Frick k Ball my4 no. 160 South Street. Man u k Actu lie d to it b acco. Langhorne amp son nectar lbs. Scott j. Wise j Mason John St. Clair half pounds. Carter Jackson John pates Pyramid fives. Carter Jackson we. Palmer our Alice tens. Carter Jackson w. A. Jarvis Chickahominy 16�?Ts, i s s and 20�?Ts, we. Walker Uncle Tom c. Amp w. Jones authorized capital.$5, Cash capital already paid in. 1,000,000 surplus fund represented by scrip. 560.000 assets jail. I,185s 2,276.000 this company combines the advantages of the mixed plan so Long and profitably practice by the Hest life in j Durance companies in Europe blending the desirable Security of a Large Cash capital with Liberal return of the i profits to its customers. All Marine and Inland risks insured on most favourable terms. Ric ii a lathers Prest. Jno. A. Parker 1st y. Prest. Douglas Robinson Sec a. F. Cox 2d do. Colin1 Mackenzie. Agent in Baltimore fe23-tf office commercial buildings j. A. Courtney. Fe22-tf Lyle Clarke amp co., 1 9 a importers and dealers in i a n u f a it u k kit and Leaf tobacco Segars snuff &e., no. 106 West Lombard Street Baltimore. Fe22 of Richardson amp co., shipping and com Misson merchants no. 67 Exchange place Baltimore. Roll of f a ire insurance Agency. George b. Coale commercial buildings Gay Street agent with Eull Powers for the Hartford fire insurance company i Cash capital $500,000 Home insurance co. Of new York City Cash capital $500,000.North american Fike ins. Co. Of Hartford Cash capital $300,000. Property of All kinds in town or country insured at the most reasonable terms. Hall amp Loney shipping and commission merchants no. 56 Buchanan a wharf i Baltimore \ give particular attention to consignments of sugar Rerp a. L. Cru Wiley state 1 Rintar out of it counties in the state san Tell in tho convention. A Lump weighing fifty seventy ounces was taken out at Althouse Creek in Southern Oregon on the 20th ult. Tile indians at the month of rogue River murdered a Young White Man named Stephen Taylor and the Whites Are determined to punish them so we May look for a Little War. There Are Only forty warriors in the offending tribe but it is feared they we have a copy of the Panama Star and Ile Rahl i will be joined by fugitives from the Umpqua re scr a of the 18th inst. Its most important items of Intel i ration licence relate to an attempt made by col. Kinney i Washington. To overthrow the local government at Gre town. We have dates from port Townsend to the 27th we abridge from a letter in the paper named j ult. A great excitement prevails about the Frazer on the 17th of april col. Kinney with six other t River mines but there is great difficulty in getting persons arrived Here anti made an attempt to Over to them. There arc three or four Hundred men in throw the local government. The colonel was port Townsend who have no Money and cannot get sometime ago the owner of a House Here which was away and cannot get any work to do. I subsequently mortgaged to Wood a son. On the Somora. Colonels departure about eight months since he a j Captain Stone of the Honor surveying expedit j pointed or. La. Mooney his agent and the mortgage Tion has recently left fort Yuma for go Atnas. Tile j t having fallen due it was foreclosed and the proper inhabitants of Sonora especially the ranchers and a to put up to auction Wood a son bought it in for landholders Are greatly excited against his Survey t i some ,130 and not being Able to let it the House and it is believed that the lives of the whole party j i was closed up. Will be sacrificed should they attempt to go into the i the colonels first aet on Landing was to find out j Interior of that state. I a from Bis old i fiends How matters stood and after j a Large caravan of families was to Start about the j dark he effected an Entrance on the premises anti1st of March for Angeles where they Hope to took forcible Possession of tile property setting at i live with More peace and Comfort. I 1 Defiance the authorities of the town. A on monday or. Cullin the Purser of the United Vossi s.v0tt a a a c0f be Rice fish Provis states Sloop Jamestown exerted himself with both ions flour Grain a. Also fill orders for same from the Alta California extra May 7. State. Marine insurance. Colum by an keen amp Moorman Scearce k Martin b. A. Jones a. H. Moorman a. T. Holland we. Ii. Cabanas f. Beverly Charles. Erin Quot James Harper Union Geo. Cooper amp co. John Wesley for Sale by ap21-tf g. Ii. Larrence lbs. A. Enos 5�?Ts. W. Reynolds amp co., 5�?Ts a Johnson 10�?Ts. I to Straw goods dealers milliners hat-1 ters Ami tile Public. Richard Hill respectfully announces to i friends and the Public i that he has removed his wholesale and retail Straw hat manufactory from no. 18 j Mcclellan Salley to his new and commodious factory j Comer of Sharp and German streets where he has ample facilities for carrying on the above business in All its various Branch s including bleaching pressing and dyeing bonnets and hats of All descriptions. N. B. Constantly on hand a full assortment of fashion Able Bonnet frames crowns he. Mrl6-3m j la i c Krub ii or a Chine belting. Ten years experience in the manufacture and use of i rubber Boltin Quot and Hose has resulted in its introduction i and use in two thirds of the first and most extensive Man i factories in this country. Its great superiority Over leather in Point of strength is shown by certificates from j Derosa the engineers of steam fire engines. They say a we j Continental have burst Coil lifter Coil of double leather double riveted i Jas. Hite Hose while rubber Hose has stood the test in every tobacco Queen the Price of rubber belting is full 30 per cent below the Jas. Williams Price of leather and in Point of durability the former is j. W. Galt Turner Lewis amp co. E. Holland j. K. Lea Kal Orama do Talula John Thomas Fairfax we. Barrett Laurence i. Noble Samuel Lovell Melville Pleasants k sons no. 52 South Street fc22-tf it amp cd. It. Importers and dealers in wines of liquors no. 68 Exchange places Lombard Street Baltimore. A Large anti very Fine Stock of old Rye whiskey on hand. Fe24-tf t. T. Martin. We. It. Martin. Of t. Martin amp Bro., x a importers and dealers in liquor 5�?and general commission merchants no. 72 Calvert St., one door from Pratt Raal of Baltimore. John e. Pickrell Lewis Warrington. John f. Pickrell amp co., a i general commission merchants 40 West Lombard Street Baltimore. Try Liberal advances made on consignments. Fv24-tf i tho Steamer Golden Gate Captain baby sailed parties to have the matter left to arbitration which from this port on tile morning of Hie 5th inst., but was agreed to three arbitrators were named Bonds i after being some five hours at sea she broke her were entered into to abide by their decision and one Shaft and was compelled to return and sire arrived week from Date allowed for them to give in their j Here on the morning of the oth. The break is of verdict. Such a character that a new Shaft must be inserted on the 2.itll, Kinney and his associates prepare but As the insertion will require at least a weeks a nicaraguan nag and on sunday about mid Dav work the agents of the Pacific mail company have proceeded to where the Mosquito Flag was hoisted i ordered the Sonora to go in place of the Gate and an Ufa to red tobacco a of t Leo Nerny. 12 s. Jas. Hite 12 s. Mason 12�?Ts. Anthony 12 s. We. Walker Lse a. Economy 20�?Ts. Uncle Toms 20�?Ts. Planters daughter % lbs. In Larrence 4�?Ts. Far Superior. Testimonials of which we have in our i it of session. Steam packing manhole packing i car Springs ac., in a variety of sizes Anil thicknesses. Any article not on hand will be made to order. E. Bunderson k co., 209 Baltimore Street dealers in rubber goods in All of their extended variety. Mylo of Geo. Ell la Max. Same a a. House Ehrman amp House a flour k produce commission merchants and dealers in Corn meal Grain Mill feed baled Hay amp a. N. W. Corner Howard and Pratt streets. References a messes. Newcomer a Stonebraker c. D. Rinks amp co Kefauver k Campbell James Hooper amp sons Chauncey Brooks esq., president b. Amp o. Or. Co. Path a Gibson esq., Bank of Baltimore Tueman Cross esq., cashier commercial and Farmer s Bank. Mrl7-6m j a ii if i. Ii. Larrence Ion g. Ii. Larrence 5 s. W. Reynolds k co., 10�?Ts, Aragon 10s. Jas. Smith 12 s. Just received and for Sale by Courtney k Cushing ap9-tf 65 South Gay Street. Virginia Man Ink. Tobacco. Pounds. Fives and tens. Jno. T Lewis i. P. Cook. Half pounds. National guard Blair k Birch Uncle Sam Laurel Branchi Forest Rose Olive Branch Jas. Douglas Hundley Shilo Phil Primus r. Christians Comfort do. Do. P. Apple do. Do. . Roy All do. Do. Nates Pride planters Pride dark Sweet lbs. R. Christians indomitable do. Comfort Marine insurance company of new York. Cash capital$500,000 Cash paid in. 200,000 Security notes paid in. 300,000 Thos. Lord president. R. C. Morris vice president. Al s Pierre c. Kane Secretary. Lbs a t10 undersigned having been duly appointed agent of a so i this company is prepared to receive applications for in ii a i Durance on All Marine and Inland risks. Sol. B. Davies ii a of Davies amp Warfield Jwj j fe22-6m. No. 16 Spears wharf. Lbs Baltimore life insurance company. Jinn 15 South Street a a incorporated in 1830�? charter perpetual. Its John i. Donaldson president. A Nhis company proposes to insure lives h. Cole sr., Al for one or More years or for life. With their rates attorney at Law the assured enjoys the Benefit of an immediate in lieu of a prospective and Uncertain Bonus. Ile risks neither his policy nor the Premium lie has paid. These premiums May be made payable annually semiannually or quarterly at option of the assured. The company buys and Grants annuities. Sells endowments for children. Makes All contracts in which life or the interest of Money is involved. A. B. Coulter Secretary. Medical examiner or Donaldson 84 Franklin Street. F22 in 3ttornnrs. Anil solicitor in chancery no. 32 St. Paul Subket my51 in opposite record office. John Ai. Robinson attorney at Law Centreville Queen Annex a county . Particular attention paid to Hie collection it claims. Taptto pm pulled it Down and raised the nicaraguan Ensign in i its place. To this aet the town authorities offered no opposition. The next step was to arrest the mayor of the i place. On being brought to the guard House where a 1 Large crowd had collected the mayor asked colonel i Kinney the reason Why he was thus treated to j which the colonel replied that lie wished to inform j i him officially of what had taken place that the Flag bad been changed the old government deposed and his Kinney a substituted. The mayor then asked the people if they wished him to resign to which there was a general cry of j a no no a the mayor then asked Kinney by what authority he dared to As he had done and de j dared Bis intention not to resign. Loud cheers from the citizens Kinney replied that he had i j acted by authority of Captain Kennedy of Hie United states frigate Jamestown. I the next Day a meeting of citizens was held at j the mayors House and whilst it was in conclave Kinney sent an order to deliver up to him the can i f Leftwich Cross Jno. Tabb. Fives and tens competitor Priddy Smiley Turnley Jas. Douglas Anna Rice Bright j. C. Brock a. E. Crutchfield. Rowlett be grand j. Lanes w. A. Stewart c. S. Pearson christians Pine Apple do. Royal t. Jas. Deane Jack Robinson planters Pride Zenobia Alexander ire and life insurance office no. 68 second Street. Baltimore. I John g. Proud k sons. Representing companies of the highest standing. With Large Cash capitals. Policies issued and losses paid at the Agency. insurance co., of Hartford Conn. $1,500,000. Phoenix 44 44 4 4 4�?~ 350.000 Springfield 44 Springfield mass. 375,000 fe22-tf John g. Curlett to a Thorne y a t la if non belonging to the town this was replied to an order from the mayor for Kinney a arrest i accordingly the passengers have All been Transfer j red to the former vessel and they go on the Sonora this afternoon. The Steamer Commodore arrived from puget sound on the nth with More reports from Frazer a j River but the reports Are All second handed j it is said that the indians in the Mendocino reservation have scarcely anything to eat and that the j i agent has Given them the seed potatoes for vict i i urls. J in Sonoma the annual municipal election was j i held on monday. It passed Ort quietly. Or. A. T. Oakes is the mayor elect. We Are not informed whether politics had anything to do with the 1 i election. City. The commission House of Rogers amp Fullerton on Battery Street having refused to their personal i tax Aud closed and barricaded Ali or doors or. Patch the tax collector proceeded to Batter them open on the 4th inst. The doors being broken j open. $486.64 Worth of goods the amount of the j uncollected tax were sold. Sir. Rogers was a rested for attempting to resist an Allicer but was cd came out in Hie mail coach and in company with it but in private conveyances colonel James Collins Leo. Smith and f. Chavez and lady. We learn from col. Collins that the trip across the Plains was the most disagreeable and tedious he has Ever experienced. On the 7th, Between Turkey Creek and the Little Arkansas they encountered one of the heaviest storms he had Ever seen the windows of heaven seeming to be opened and the rain to descend in a perfect Sheet. In a Short time the Prairie was a Lake of water one or two feet deep Anil the streams and gullies raging the party were detained Here four Days on account of the High water and bad it not been for the Protection from the rain Hail Aud Snow which fell with Sulci relentless fury offered by a Grove of Timber on the Banks of the Little Arkansas the a would have lost All their animals by Stampede. At Chaves Creek they were detained by High water for one Day and at cow Creek for three Days. They met some eight or ten trains consisting of from fifty to seventy five wagons in route for the states in a deplorable condition All their oxen having been stampeded by the fierceness of the storm. There were about 1,300 altogether some of which had Frozen to death and others had been taken by the Kiowa indians some 500 in number who were encamped a Short distance Down tho these indians refused to give up the cattle some of the fattest of which had been killed by them and eaten. The trains were thus left perfectly helpless and the men forced to Burn the yokes and in some instances their wagons to keep from perishing. The in going mail would have lost every mule by Stampede bad it not gotten into a train Corral which protected the animals from the storm and thus saved them. The mules of tho out coming mail made a slight Stampede at cow Creek but none were lost. The suffering must have been intense both to animals and men who were on the Plains i during the storm and tho loss heavy to Many tra Dors. I col. Collins likewise informs us that they met a i number of indians on Hie Plains near the Arkansas. I parties ranging in number from two Hundred to five Hundred of the Kiowa Ara Pables cheyennes and Cam Nehes were met none of whom manifested a i hostile spirit. No. 6 Law Sci Lino opposite record office r do. Do. Competitor old bobs w. In Smiley. Pine Apple j . W. Stewart associated firemen a insurance office no. 4 South Street open daily for the insurance of Ali. De scrip i tons of property within the limits of the City. John r. Moore president. Directors. James Getty mechanical j. C. Wheeden columbian George Harman Union j. Trust first Baltimore Noah Walker Friendship Francis Burns United j. T. Farlow Deptford James Young Franklin j Allen Paine Liberty j. I a son j r Washington Samuel Kirk Independent Lancaster Ould Patapsco r. C. Mason vigilant f. A. Miller Howard we. A. Hack new Market Jas. A. Bruce watchman j Jas. B. George sr., Pioneer Jos. C. Boyd Lafayette Hook and ladder co. No. I. Fe22 of. John Dukehart. Secretary. Ap7 oo2m Phomas h. Kemp jr.,�? a attorney at Law do Hon Caroline co., ., will practice in the courts of Caroline Malliot. Queen Anne and Kent comi ties. Mrl7-2m Stockett Mathews a Thorne y at Law office no. I counsellors Hall 46 Lexington Street Baltimore will attend promptly to All kinds of business appertaining to his profession. Fe22-tf. Canh Arlene ill kids. J a Thorne y at la if no. 2 Law buildings continues to practice in the courts of Baltimore City and Howard county. Fe22 of. Obert in Burns a Thorne y at Law no. 5 counsellors Hall fn22 of. ton Street. It Frisby ,. Attorney at Law and commissioner for Pennsylvania no. 6 counsellors Hall. Fe22 of. Lexington Street. Just As the marshal and a Large body of citizens were about to put it in Force five the Jamestown a cutters tilled with armed marines were observed pulling towards the Shore. The citizens then proceeded to the British consults to await the course of events and were engaged in making a protest when capt. Kennedy joined them. On hearing of Kinney a acts and How his name had been made use of the Captain declared that it was done without his permission or approval. He then read the protest having at first refused to do in and finding Kinney in the wrong he said he Only wanted to prevent bloodshed. After this he the Captain visited tho United states commercial agent and then had a Ion i i 1 v Aud j discharged by the police judge Hie proceeding on the part of the Gal. Important news from the Biver plate. Great comm Ricat panic in b cd nos Ayres Ani Montevideo list of failures probability of peace Between Buenos Ayres and urn Liza death of the son of sir William Gore ouse . By Way of England we have received advices from Buenos Ayres to the 4th, and from Montevideo to the 7th of april. Tho news is of unusual interest and importance. We learn that the commercial panic in Montevideo and Buenos Aries is the severest that has Ever been Felt in that Region. The paper of the Best houses that is of the few yet left standing is Altoun ground that i other a negotiable at almost any discount. Mon elector was Ille j tev Ideo had suffered a Good Deal less than Buenos i Ayres though still the extent and variety of the engagements of the great establishment of Lafonc brother of the same who failed Iii Liverpool a couple of months preceding bad created widespread Dilli cuties that arc but inadequately represented in the nominal amount of the liabilities $300,000, making half a million Sterling with those of the Liverpool Branch. Or. Samuel Lafonc of Montevideo like or. Alexander Lafone of Liverpool is to be allowed two years to wind up under trustees himself managing and undertaking to in full with 6 per cent interest in the interim dividends by be declared As fast Asio per cent on the amount of the debt shall accrue. It is very difficult to account satisfactorily for the r fancy Light pressed and r. R. Twist Fig dough nut and of incr fancy styles. Powhatan pipes and Kentucky Leaf in store and for Sale by Armistead Riggs k co. Ap3-tf. 57 Exchange place. Anu facture a pounds. I. F. Holt j. Brook t. T. Saunders Day c up. Joseph Rogers a t a attorney at Law p r a t t. Commissioner of deeds be. J commissioner to take the proof and a knowl Doment of deeds depositions pow ers of attorney or other instruments in writing for j the states of new York Mississippi Iowa Virginia Arkansas Wisconsin Pennsylvania Tennessee Michigan North Carolina Kentucky Connecticut South Carolina Ohio new Hampshire Georgia Indiana Maine Alabama Illinois Minnesota Terr Louisiana Missouri tory Texas California Florida. Office Corner of Baltimore and Charles streets Entrance on South Charles Street. Mr6-tf keat saving in Gas. In Cooper s Patent lever Gas regulator. Saves from 15 to 35 per cent of Gas and prevents All blowing and flaring of the Light. Jackson k Chandler agents for the state of Maryland and District of Columbia. At the office of messes. Grattan pfc Evans. Gas fitters and plumbers no. 8 North Street. Jarvis building p. S. Certificates can be had at the office. Mv8-tf in g e so i l �?T8 improved portable ii a y press. We Call attention to this press which combines greater Power and durability requires less labor occupies less space and costs less Money than any other machine for baling Hay or Cotton Ever offered to the Public. For Sale at manufacturers prices by j. A. Weston amp co., fe22 of 41 South Charles Street paper a r f. House no. 24 South Charles Street James s. Robinson i has on hand for .e, a Large assortment of the various kinds of paper such As printing writing wrapping and i coloured papers of All sizes Aud prices which he is offering i to punctual buyers. Mal of Voge Imperial aromatic bitters. Too cases of these very celebrated bitter just re p is t of s o Jav Cei Ved and for a amp cd Quot a manufacturers and dealers 132 and 134 West Lombard Street Iyul in ethereal Oil alcohol All proofs apl2-tf a1 2 doors East of Hanover Cologne spirits Carphine Lari Oil linseed och Waltz amp Dix thus. Martin John s. Hall w. L. Saunders Harry of the West Brice Thomas a. Law k of Shelton k Clay Gilman c. Of Malley p. A. Clay w. B. Law a wins j. Dillard Thomas carry j. Of. Taylor j w. Murrell Keen Allen amp Knight j c. L. Ellis a. B. Clements w. Dabney Moor 1 wild Rose. I a. Turner j j. Mason. T. Ross Marine Ani Inland insurance. The Sun Mutal insurance company of new York insures Marine and Inland navigation risks on terms Ai favourable As those of any other company. All persons Tak i has removed to 83 Fayette Street above Charles ing policies from this company Are entitled to a share of mrs of. Tho profits without incurring any liability beyond the amount of Premium. The assets of the company liable i Fairbanks platform Scalls for the payment of losses Are Over $2,000,000. A. B. Neilson press to. A. Seaton v. Press to j. Whitehead Sec. C. Oliver of Donnell agent in Baltimore. Fe22 by. No. 51 Exchange place. j Nail . In a re an was quiet. A Usu a in the undersigned having purchased head of tie government awaiting the the exclusive Agency for the Sale of and election of a new president. Viv Davis a Draper Jean Enicott Economy b. White s. Mate Alvan Adams p. Hayne p. Richardson Geo. Finney Smith Monticello e. Pope j. R. Graham p. Fry Sams Joe Johnson maxes Jas. Sizer jr., figs a. Law amp co., twist r. Caswell National fire insurance com Pany of Baltimore. Incorporated by tile state of Maryland 1849. Oppice no. 13 South Street. The company insures every description of property in the City or county against loss or damage by fire. The directors meet daily to determine upon applications for insurance. John b. Seidenstricker president Board of directors Allen a. Chapman Henry Bash we Heald John w. Ross Edward j. Church Job Smith fe26 of William Woodward George Bartlett i Adam Denmead Joseph w. Jenkins Thomas Sullivan George Small. John r. Magruder Secretary. Forest Rose lbs., Lawrence jtflbs., Buffalo 5�?Ts amp 10�?Ts, i. Lyon 5�?Ts k 10�?Ts, a. Amp g. Maxwell 5�?Ts amp 10�?Ts, a. B. Clements 5�?Ts, shipping 5�?Ts, 10�?Ts, 12�?Ts, 14�?Ts, 18�?Ts and 20�?Ts. For Sale by Courtney k Cushing fe22-tf no. 65 South Gay Street. Phoenix spice Mills warehouse 58 South Strei we. H. Crawford amp co., proprietors. Offer to the wholesale Trade of this City the South and West goods of equal Quality and Price on same terms As any other House in the United states fe22-tf sailors. I f a i it b a n k a s Scales in the Southern states respectfully invite the attention of the business world to the superiority of these Scales Over every other description of weighing machines in use. The i bearings Are Broad knife edges placed on polished steel sur faces so dressed and levelled that the knife Edge bearings rest equally throughout their whole length and in every i Point skill Ami Fidelity have obviated All tendency1, o de j r an Gem in t and Wear. J these Scales have been subjected to the severest i tests on All the principal railroads in the United states j and England and in every Branch of business throughout i j the world and their uniform accuracy and great Dur Abili a to have gained for them the reputation of being the Standard from which there can be no Appeal. At the world s fair in new York and the last four exhibitions of the Maryland Institute they have received the first premiums. I in the Case of of Brien is. Reese in the court of common i pleas october. 1854 of Baltimore City the Learned judge j declared in open court a that Fairbanks Scales being the i government Standard and their accuracy a axing been de i ter mined beyond All question All Legal issues must be decided i in their we Are prepared to fill orders for counter i portable dormant. Hay Coal Railroad canal kc., j i Scales at manufacturer s prices. A co. A. Weston k co., fe22-tf 41 South Charles Street. A match has been made Between messes. James Dennison Ami win. Spear of $2,500 a Side half forfeit that Thos. Mccabe will ride 200 Miles in to hours Over Hie Union course. California Stock to be exclusively used. The movement towards Frazer River continues i and during the present week the Steamer Panama has sailed for puget sound with 225 passengers. An episcopal convention is being held at Grace j Church at which the it. Rev. Bishop Kip presides. A telegraphic dispatch has been received from a i member of the san Francisco police directed to the chief of police from san Jose to the effect that the murderers of Frank Lane who was killed at. Ter View with Kinney. About 8 of clock he sent a j knights ferry some time since have been in that failure and the general belief is that it has Arisen not letter to the mayor stating that he would not in. Vicinity and will probably be captured. From loss on merchandise nor exactly from reaction tor fore to prevent Kinney a Arr rest and that he Only or. Curtis chief of police of this City has been a of the panic in Europe but from desperate ventures wished to prevent bloodshed. A j arrested at the instance of or. James hell of the in exchanges and from injudicious Loans including next morning a crowd collected to Aid the author j form of Holton Barron a co., charged with having i some to the Mon Evidean government who Are in an cities in arresting Kinney. At first he threatened to taken and converted to his own use $10,000, which utterly penniless state with enormous obligations resent but at length he agreed to surrender to the had been recovered from Cape St. Lucas by tho. Still with peace and an adequate administration americans. Efforts of the chief. Ile was admitted to bail. Of the customs the Goose with the Golden eggs to this he and his party did and were subsequently commercial Summ Ary i the uruguayan Republic such is the substantial brought to Aspinwall in the British Steamer Trent. The principal features of importance which have been Prosperity of the country its extraordinary natural the United states steam frigates Merrimac and i noticed since the sailing of the last Steamer have been j resources the multitude of emigrants that keep Saranac and the sloops of War Decatur and Van j first an abundant Supply of merchandise from abroad the j flocking in from All parts of Europe and Many from Dalia were at Panama on the 18th inst. Arrivals having been scattered Between Home Arni foreign j Australia and the extreme productiveness of the the cholera had again broken out with great i opt its. Next the improvement in the demand for coast and a a great Staple sheep oxen and horses that there is a Interior use and lastly the growing importance of the i a ,. It.1 a a. Alance in Guatemala. Auction sales no doubt the to do would speedily turn Arni Commer a severe Shock of an earthquake was Felt in Nica i these last be it known Are about the surest Index we Cial Prosperity equal what attends cattle Breeding Ragga on the 24th of april. Possess As to the actual condition of the Market. When \ in the Interior. From the Southern coast. Times Are at All sound and Trade in a healthy condition a As regards Buenos Ayres not Only has the great half a month later advices have been received 1 a a ?0�?os a of to auctioneers co�?oiarativ.9iy Rte North Amel Iran Howe of Zimmerman Frazer a at Panama. In Chili the result of the elections so far heard from is in favor of the government party. A Al tue a ,.hut the opposition Ivill he More than usually Strong room brought into constant anti zealous employment Iii pions where millionaires do not Apo out also in the National legislature. Transferring stocks from first hands to those of other Ope the following which include the first and wealth in Peru All was quiet. Castilla remained at the i Ray ors. I est houses in tile Argentine confederation the nomination such o state of things seems Likely to ensue in this mar messes. Bunge Bonfield amp co., 4 an Jeuter a a Loco has loft. Shortly. The auction sales of Hie Post fortnight have Croker Hall a co., Hugon Tablor a co., a. I. Anco Nas a Ore i been the most important of the year thus far or indeed it. To is. Of in ends a co Homer the country and gone to Chili. Extensive Gold j May be said of the season and tin accounts that each mail Luann a lo., it Opp a lo.,aeons its un., Al Mer mines Are reported As having been discovered in the brings us from the eastward accounts of never less than t net oar a a Euvert Juaman isros., allot Van it Ait Interior of the country. J five and generally seven or eight vessels Clearing for this tire to a co., Gcorge Dowdall and others of less main Ecuador a revolution had broken out in the port give abundant testimony that the a going gone a i Ortance beside some Oft lie Large wholesale grocers. Gentlemen will for to Tbs to come be constantly a on the the liabilities Are very great and it was feared Over forty full cargoes of goods Are known to he in route to san Francisco and probably Ere another review can he written the number will be swelled to fifty. April has always been looked Forward to As a Busy month with the jobbers and As the number in Trade in this City has been Cut Down to a Mere fraction of what it was in former years it is much Mon easy to Trace the sex Cei Ved i the War rooms of the auctioneers Are comparatively a la North Arnot Iran House of Zirn Merman Frazer a i sorted by both buyers and Sellers when goods Are Aloin j no of forty years standing who Wert to tho left far As n-1�?T 1 r0spcc,. Llu a braking and the country h a j f to the right Bank of Lair us idling speculators throw off their inactivity brokers. R p. A a party arc on the Alert and the wooden Mallet of the auction Rio Plata faded for a sum very vast in those re 117 Lombard Street have in store and for sate at the lowest Market prices. 2000 whole ii and of boxes Bunch raisins. 500 a a a a a a layers raisins. Too Drums Sultana raisins. 50 Bales Princess p. S. And Bordeaux almonds. Of Frails Lisbon p. S. And ivies almonds. Too bags Ivica and Tarragona almonds. Lou tags Sicily and hard Shell almonds. Lot taxes and 20 bbl. Shelled almonds. Too bags Naples and Sicily walnuts. 150 bags filberts. Too bags Palm nuts. Too barrels and bags Texas pecans. 200 gases prunes in Glass jars and boxes. 50 kegs Bordeaux and Malaga prunes. 3000 Drums and american boxes figs. 200 baskets Bordeaux Aud Marseilles Oil quarts and pints. 50 cases sardines whole halves and quarters too barrels Heel Ned sugars. 1000 boxes no. I fire crackers. 25 casks Curr a its. 5 cases Citron. 50 gases preserved Ginger. 150 Frails dates. Soo boxes oranges. 200 boxes Lemons. 40.000 fresh san Blas Cocoa nuts. Schwartz k Dix apl3-tf 117 Lombard Street. Oil pc. Our facilities for manufacturing teeing Large we Are prepared to offer great inducements to persons purchasing goods in our line. Manufactory 306 West Pratt Street warehouse and counting room 115 West Lombard Street Between Light and Charles. Fe22-tf. Carriages carriages we have on hand at 29 North Gay Street i the largest assortment of fashionable carriages \ South of new York All of the latest fashions and most approved styles. The Public Are invited to Call and examine for themselves All of which will he sold on reasonable terms. Burr Haight amp of Connell Bop Quot repairing done t the shortest notice. Mr22-tf rip he of Odom into n Coffee pot 1 Al is guaranteed to make pure Sweet healthy Coffee with one fourth less Berry Titan by any other i sizes from one quart to Twenty. Tra it. I or Sale at manufacturers prices wholesale and retail by Alfred it. Reip at the housekeepers Emit orium Tif 337 Baltimore Street. James Anderson amp son engravers no. 148 Baltimore Street Bank note steel amp Copper plate printing. C s m., Ash system. John g. Fledderman tailor no. 14 St. Paul Street. Would invite the attention of his customers and strangers to his Choice Stock of Spring and summer goods which will be made up in the most fashionable style for j Cash. Twenty per cent lower than the usual Price. Full satisfaction my3-3m Chlost amp Bro merchant tailors no. 19 Light Street below the Fountain hotel Baltimore. By keeping constantly on hand a full assortment of cloths Cassimeris Ami vesting they Are enabled to furnish suits at prices that cannot fail to please. Orders filled at the shortest notice. Apl3-tf i Coonan gentlemen a clothing and furnishing store no. 119 Baltimore Street sear sooth Baltimore. Cloths Cassimeris and vesting always on hand particular attention paid to custom work. Of a full assortment of b o y s a clothing. Al -3m_ Denmeade a Iron works. Amp w. Denmead amp sons Baltimore locomotive and stationary steam eng be builders Iron founders general machinists and boiler makers. Try manufacturers of improved blowing machines for Anthracite and other blast furnaces sugar grist a. Department of Ayugai a body of 20 armed men entered the supreme court and made prisoners of the chief magistrates. The cause is said to be the suspension by tile court of gov. Valdivieso for abuse of authority. F from the Alta California May 5.1 summary of the fortnights news. The legislature adjourned on the 2gth ult. After enacting a number of important Laws. A. R. Meloney appointed state comptroller by gov. Weller has filed his Bond. Senora Gaudalupe Romero died in the Valley of the Santa Ana Angeles county on the Ostli ult., at the age of 115 years. Six robbers armed with shot guns stopped the stage from Nevada bound for Sacramento with j carried a Large hotly of miners $21,000 in Gold dust belonging to Wells Fargo it pc �?~1�?~ no resistance was made and the robbers took the dust. The first election for officers of the Cit and county of Sacramento As consolidated by aet of the last legislature was held on the so instant and resulted in the election of tho Peoples ticket by a majority of several thousand Over the Buchanan democratic ticket. A municipal election was held in Stockton on the same Day. Tho democratic ticket was Victo Rio i cry great that the winding up would exhibit a most disastrous result. It was thought at the departure of the packet for England that several German houses were on the Point of succumbing. The most favourable item by this arrival is that the peace of the Rio Plata did not seem Likely to be is Lance or absence of Trade during the fortnight than for i seriously disturbed. The threat of Urquiza head Marly. The in ire set of jobbers have been actively in of All tile Argentino provinces except Buenos Ayre Quot aged during the past two weeks and. As will be seen by. Toward the Matt a province and City had passed off the review below the effect on some causing much alarm More especially As the Tiodos of Staple goods Bas for the time being been Cavan a in a Ai to a i Ageous. A new direction has been most opportunely of a reconciliation Between i a u a Ana Brazil bad feed to the jobbing Trade which san Francisco alone rendered tho hitter Power less dependent on Urquiza must profit by. Who would have been invaluable for land operations the Strong excitement which has been raised with re against the former had the rupture proceeded to sped to the Northern or Frazer River mines has already j military extremities. Paraguay has lately made saw and rolling Mills fe22 by. Office Mahy Corner Baltimore and St. Paul streets up stairs. J rejoicing. Rllls2 company is furnishing the most ice from san Antonio Mountain has been Intro con. Mcand Only reliable Gas machine for the use of diced in Angeles. Private houses. Churches hotels and Public institutions \ there is much excitement in the valleys of Plumas Ever offered to the Public. County on account of a Rumor that the Indian tribes that direction which the probabilities Are that Many More will supplies of provisions clothing goods in fact will of necessity be furnished by this port. We hear it stated that the Hudson Bay company under the impression that these Gold discoveries would be hinted abroad at least two years since imported direct a cargo of mining implements confidently expecting that a time would come when they would be brought into Active service. That time seems to have arrived but while provision has been made for the work none it will be easily supposed has been thought of for the support of so Large Ami so varied a class of population. Should the prospects now shadowed Forth on each arrival of a Northern Steamer be fully Anil finally confirmed a he a Refon Quot a the i remittances to England in Gold instead of by a of All kinds i drafts on tho English branches of River plate. Houses that have since failed and thereby the of furs of general Lopez have been spared considerable derangement. The death of or. C. Ouseley a son of or. Gorchou Seley bad produced extreme grief in the presidents family As he was a most intimate Friend of general brigadier Lopez son of the president and had been with him during his tour in Europe some few years Long resided at Asuncion. Or. Ago As Well As having Gugelev was on the Point of setting out to join his Eavy deputation father and to him As Secretary during his Iris col. Fremont arrived in Bear Valley Mariposa from the working class of our state must necessarily flow5jon t entrap America when be was Sie cd with county on the 16th ult., and was welcomed with i hither Wani. And 0njy�?T a a re fever and died in the course of a couple of Days. The goods which Are to support them be sent. A glance at the report of Trade for the fortnight will show that activity has ruled and that better prices have As a general thing been obtained than it will to our Fortune to record again for some time to come. By their comparative Small Cost and profitable working results these machines recommend themselves to the attention of residents of Small towns and villages. Thousands of certificates from parties now using of machines can be furnished. Apply at the office of the company As above by person or by letter. ___fe22-6m. Hoes hats and bonnets tinges amp Allnutt commission merchants 245 and 247 Baltimore Street offer to tile Trade at reduced prices to cover advances a i Arite and Well assorted Stock of fresh goods direct from importers and manufacturers consisting in part of shoes and boots of All leading kinds. S in that Vicinity have banded themselves together for the purpose of making War on the Whites. Tho indians have taken some Stock and the Whites Are preparing to fight them. A Large Sale of real estate was effected on tho 21st of april by Henry a. Cobb consisting of 65 lots in various parts of the City comprising part of tile estate of w. In Palmer of the late firm of Palmer Cook amp co. Several months since the Schooner Palestine left this port on an exploring expedition in search of guano islands. On the 22d of april they return cd with specimens from an Island which they allege to have been discovered on the track Between the h. Duvall. O. I. Iglehart. Ivory handle table cutlery. Invitation wedding. Visiting Canfield Bro. K co.,. A cards . Engraved and printed in the most fashion 229 Baltimore Street have on hand a Large assortment of Hest Quality Ivory handle dinner and breakfast knives Large and Small size Carvers steel fee., for Sale at wholesale and retail Able styles. Corporate Ami notarial seals letter Stamps . London and Paris visiting cards de la rues envelopes . Fe22tf. Mechanical bakery company of Baltimore City. Navy bread and crackers. The attention of merchants and shippers is invited to an examination of the hard bread now being Ratanu Faolu Quot Tat the mechanical bakery s. Howard Street near Pratt Street which in Quality and Price is believed to be Superior to any manufactured in the City. My21-lm Eris of i apking in a Vav i arrival of scotch water repellent Tweed Coats. The superiority of these Coats for Spring or summer travelling and the great demand for the article has induced certain persons to get up an imitation coat which is in no Way a repellent of water. With the View of greatly increasing the Sale of the scotch coat we have made quite a reduction in the Price. A of the genuine articles Are distinctly marked a a Frebourg a Patent a e. Pun Berson k co., Al of 209 Baltimore Street. Duvall amp Iglehart produce commission merchants por the Sale of Bacon flour whiskey tobacco Grain &c., no. 128 Light Street wharf Corner of Conway Street apl5-tf Baltimore. Iron bedsteads Garden vases pc. We Are just in receipt of several different styles of Iron bedsteads to which we Call attention. We have among them some very priced and particularly adapted for servants use. We have also in store a variety of styles and sizes of vases suitable for ornamental purposes fountains . Etc. We also continue to keep the celebrated Blue Ridge Cook stove in four different sizes which we offer at prices corresponding with the times. It is a Baltimore made stove and has had a greater Sale in this Market than any Coal burning Cook stove Ever introduced Here. We have several different patterns of cooking ranges for Wood or Coal to which we also invite attention. Collins Heath k Hutchinson Maryland stove and plumbing Houne mr20-tf ._22 Light Street. Old papers for Sale old newspapers for Sale at 25 cents Brown sit i Sandwich and Ladrone islands containing Over. A 1 a a a a guano. Arrangements Are ver Grey White Ami mixed bloomers and Flats trimmed and untrimmed. And a full assortment of bonnets f Straw and silk White and coloured of latest styles. The entire Stock is worthy the attention of shippers and wholesale and retail dealers. Mr27 3m Odd Fellows and masons re Galia banners ac., u. S. Bunting anti silk flags military goods and ladies dress trimmings alway on hand and for Sale by a. Sisco no. 95 Baltimore St fe22-Lv. Baltimore j the mercantile Agency per Hundred apply at this office. Ap�?T20-tf goods on credit to Call and examine our system and test the reliability of our information. From Long experience and the satisfactory testimonials of thousands of merchants in the different cities East and West who have for years been subscribers we can assure All who will Call whether they sell goods to the cities or country towns ample satisfaction As to the reliability of our information and the great Benefit to be derived from the Agency by those who subscribe. Or ctr there Are within the state of Wisconsin 590 saw Mills 336 water and 254 steam Mills. The amount of lumber manufactured last year was Over 174, 1 000,000 feet of which there was manufactured on arrival of tue Santa be mail. The Wisconsin and its tributaries 149,800,000 feet. Military robbery a Deanii of j to o total Valuo of tho lumber manufacture. In the James Hunt the storm on the Plains stnt0in j a n a a a men employed in the business was 10,567, of whom a j 4,890 were employed on tho Wisconsin River and its the Santa be mail reached Here yesterday Eye tributaries. Nine. We make the following interesting extracts i from a file of the Gazette april 24 i a Large Elk passed through Tunkhannock pa., de int or Iames Hunt a one avast week destined for Philadelphia where or James a Hunt for ten years a resident of we understand it had been sold for the sum of $1,-Santa be died at his residence in this place on the 0 0. The owner represented us weight at six Liun morning of the 10th inst., after an illness of three deed pounds neat Ivas heavy As a Small horse or four Days or. Hunt was a native of Albany j a Ltd would Trot a tie in two minutes and a York but came to this country in 1846. As a i a a was broke to the harness and would drive Well lieutenant in the Illinois regiment of volunteers a buggy. We learn it was taken from the wilds and the company from Chicago. He was aged of Nebraska and is Only two years old. About 38 years. ,. The two branches of the presbyterian Church or. Hunt leaves an interesting lately consisting i known As the associate and associate reformed by of a wife and four Little children. N0 a which have been in session at Pittsburgh for Darino robbery in the Kio aba.10. Several Days have United under the name of tho on Friday night the 16th instant Between nine a Synod of the United presbyterian the and ten of clock a party of soldiers numbering a ceremonies attending the Union took place on from five to ten wont to the residence of Don an a wednesday in the presence of a crowded Congre Tonio say a 1&Quot i april by taking strychnine. The was caused by j que rite j pecuniary difficulties. He was a native of Virginia Jor Domo who was outside made him Call to the i and aged about fifty years. Servant on the inside to open the door which to several fights Between the employees of the san did the soldiers then entered broke open boxes j Francisco refinery have taken place. Some half i containing Money anti silverware took $3,000 Ina a pm them $2,030, nearly All tens and fives on the dozen of them germans have been fined. Nothing specie and $1,000 in plate burned up $60,000 in Northampton Greenfield Conway and Shelburn i very serious resulted from the collisions. Bonds drank a Quantity of Champagne stole three fas Hanks. Or. L. F. Huff one of the party who started several i horses and left. They were pursued by a party of j u a upon Hout of june it be arc the supreme court will to commenced the trial of Francis e. And Miriam g. Heath of Dracut for the murder of their father. In this ease the defence will undoubtedly to the feeble condition of the mind of the accused and to establish this several experienced physicians of Boston have been summoned As witnesses. A or. Scott of Quakertown n. J., died very suddenly on sunday last. One million tons of being made to Send several vessels to Load and the proprietary interest has been secured according to Law. Col. Win. W. Gift and his son g. W. Gift wore arrested on tile 2�?T2d april for an assault on or. White late Oft lie Nicaragua steamship company. The elder gift was fined $200, and theboult scr $100. Or. John c. Cabiniss a Coal dealer and prominent capitalist committed suicide on the 24th of it in a.,i Wenn Esua Sandobal about Lour Miles below Albu j a nation. Be and in tho absence of or. S. Tied the Ashfield mass., on thursday night some cute a. A. I la i. 1 5fl"ie lifted up the window of or. Asa Gulford a bedroom on the lower floor hooked his clothes out i with a crooked stick probably and then hooked a i. D. Pratt it co., _ _ Corner of Baltimore Abd s. Charles streets. We pcs ago to Cross the continent from san Diego mexicans and overtaken near tile Pueblo ots itis Lii in opposition to the steamship monopoly was sent j la where joined by tho Indiana the Maxim Nat Art. Not Ai ret j a in nor on tin a to of Anni. In tin Sonmor senator. Inn Erml the soldiers five in number killing oui Ana Back on the 25th of april in the Steamer senator j tacked the out xxx a. In a state of insanity lie was sent to the Stockton taking two As prisoners. The other two jumper in Asylum. I to the River and Swain to the opposite snore. Be the Bell buoy lately anchored on the bar of this j of them made his Way to Santa i port by the u. S. Authorities dragged her anchors and was Drifting out to sea. She was towed in by the u. S. Cutter Active and will be supplied with scat in in a a r larger ground tackling. A struck the track of tho deserter and thief traced is i of them made his Way to Santa be. A i information reached Here of the fact when a. In in i pit flyer assisted by Jesus in scaly Balzar commenced a a search for him. On monday Early or. Pfiffer

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