Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, February 28, 1861, Page 2

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated February 28, 1861 Page 2
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mint muyi bucon imiKD TOWIf.MO* THURSDAY MOBBING. FEB M. Ml A mmrnttrn. It trill be rcCMiUomd. that a Mediation til iwped by • Public rf iseus, tueaUri is mm mviiHob *t Leonard Town, on ibo 42ml of Jtmrj, ultimo, recommending the Commissioners Coart of oar comity to levy on the umsm lie property ef the eoauty the sum of SSOOO or lees to purchase arms, amuni fion, Ac., for the defence and protection of the lives and property of our people. The Commissioners Court, with characteristic patriotism, promptly signified tbeir readi ness to make the proposed levy, provided they could be assured # that it would meet the approval of th|tai-payers of the coun ty. To this end, St a subsequent meeting, committees were appointed for the several district* of tb* county whose duty it was made to, ascertain (bj view* of tax payers In rofcmtm to the levjumh instruc tions to report the result Uooni the Comtisis.-i >ners Court <HH|h>r]y day. We leam with regret thatrWrduty tbu far has been very indifferently performsd, at least in several of the districts, and moreover that the levy itself has met with considerable opposition, because the reso lution which requests it to be made dots not indicate to whom the artua, when pur chased. shall be delivered or upon what conditions. The apprehension is. that uu less the arms shall be delivered to the or ganised military bodies in tb* county, they will be eomparatirely useless in cases of emergency uud are likvly to be injured or lost by 'being disposed off in s different manner.lf the arms shall be purchased, the Commissioners Court, we would state, i will have entire Control over their disposal' and can give them to whom they think I proper and annex such condition* to their ' delivery as they may see lit. We have no , Ueubt that the Honor able Cum miss toners \ Court will take every precaution to ensure | the .ouuty against loss, and we are confi dent they will see the wisdom of giving the arms to those who arc educating themselves to use them with eflVct and who are likely in take cure of them, or if they fail to do this, who will be responsible for them.— ; There are now six. companies In our coun ty ,—cue iu Vuefe district,--fully officered sud in an advanced jtste of military discip line, but only two of those have arwa and none of them have amuuitiun, except abet they may have pure bawd themselves. Our suggestion is. that only arms sufficient to equip the four companies in the county which are without arms shall be purchased, and that they shall be given to these com- j panics, upon the Captain of each executing a bond to the county similar in provision to the one now required to he given to the State in like eases. But the Commission ers Court will certainly not make any levy, unless the views of the tsx-psyers are firt obtained in reference to it. It is not likely that the several committees appointed to ob tain there views will trouble themselves further about the matter. Wc* propose, therefore, that each of the military compa nies in the county shall appoint a commit tee to wait upon the tax-paysn in the several election districts and obtain their views at as early a day as possible iu re ference to the plan which we propose and forward the same tu the Commissioners Court as suou us practicable. Thu Hew* Wc learn from our city exchanges, ibat Mr. Lincoln has arrived at Washington. We do net know that this can be called weirs for every body knew that he was to have been there ere this. Bui perhaps some of our readers may uot know that he abandoned the “original programme” sud arrived there, not a week or a day. hut a few hours earlier than was anticipated. The time fur bis artWal.iu 'Washington was fixed at 4 o’clock, f. nu, on &*• uiday last, and be arrived, ikiere* by spe cial train, just twelve hoars earlier. The reasons assigned by some, are that the Fence Conference demanded bia immediate presence, —others say that he always had * penchant for nocturnal travelling.— whilst some have even dared to him that— that—the veteran commander of a frontier company entertained serious apprehensions uf heidfc iM>srinit~* in Baltimore. Which of these rumors is correct, we know wot. — the latter is believed te be true, —hot we do know, that we are more than ever ashamed ef our President elect. We knew be was a Black Republican—wo also knew him It he both mentally and morally unfit for the position to which chance has akveted him—ho* prill we did wot think kb M devoid of every element ef man heefi. cap*chilly after measuring with Tom Ilyer, as to be guilty of such pusillanimity. The Piace OintVranee is still in session and has. we believe, effected nothing that will Kkely lead to a settlement of our diffi culties. Affairs iu the South remain in •toiae goo. The proceedings of the lata Baltimore iVcTJUtwa are given in full on oar find page. The perede ef the Hi Icy Rifles on Fris day lasi, the anniversary uf the birth tf Washington, was unusually imposing, the | Company turning oat in great streagth , and ezcootiug in the most erodksUe mae- \ nor several difficelt military erolaiiomu- i There will he a Parade sod meeting of J this corps t o Baiordny next, which is the | day for the regular monthly parade.— j iWe attended on Thursday bt a parade < jat Tucker's Store of the new Company. 1 j “the Smallwood Vigilant*," which has . recently been organised in Patuxent di*> j } triet. It already numbers, we learn, uj>- . < wards of 50 men. but owing we pm- i sums to tbe windy character of the day | * ! on Thursday last, only 25 members were j ( jin ike drill. It .ffonUd u. pkwit' n, , I notice the decorum which prevailed in the , { : ranks during the drill sud the earnest- 1 nets manifested by tie members in the j ’ patriotic under inking which they have : j inaugurated. Sergeant Watben of the t Rifles is at present their military iustru 1 tpr. “Clifton Guards," Capt. Coal. , "err6)*give. wc learn, a dinner to *th** i “Dragoons." Capt. H. Jones, on Tuesday last at the Clifton Factory, on which occasion Oeorgn Thomas was expected I ■ to deliver an address and Jobu L. Ilcbb J, jto read Washington's Farewell Address. i i Prof Bsrey lj ! We attended an exhibition given hy j ( this noted individual, at Front Street ' Tbratxc, on Thursday afternoon last, and i * • ( can testify that the celebrity he has ac-! j quired as master of the science of “horse- i ; jology," is well founded and deserves to I [be perpetuated. N lw than three vi ! ciuus, and supposed to b uiimauages.bfo ' I animals, were biought into the ring sod j i | each speedily and thoroughly subdued.— j ] | The process is simple and purely mcchsu-1 1 : ical and, when once seen, can be readdy | ! practiced by any one, at least to such un , . extent us to uuwr all practical purpose*. i tWe witi ured on exhibition, at the same J i placi jiiiJ time, a pair of Shetland ponies I! tof full ace the snalbr of which or.lv |j weighed fctrntyfive pounds. They he-11 long to F.of. Rarey and like his Celebes- j ted borne “Crltiiu r’’ are objects of much aftintion and adiuratfon. Rarer is a ! „ . . i 1 j y juug man, well built, of medium slxe and ! . ! has rather a bright, iatllsg*nl face, lie ‘ e jit very atir-|.osev; J iu hU manner and file i j language and general deportment indicate ;' . a good natural mind, wJI cultivated.- -!, ! His exhibitions in Babimcrt have been 1 1 well attended and we bvlirve have given j * universal satisfaction. | >— — ■— ■ ' Tus Txith Asovt “Sam Patch.• j 1 A correspondent of the Rochester Ihryo- i 1 {era/ takes exception to a statement eon- j 9 learning the renowned Sam Patch which ; * recently appeared in uu English b->k, and givs the correct version of the story of that individual's last leap. He says ( “:** Patch’s last leap occurred on 1 1 the aflrruoiOi of the 15th of November. ! ‘ 18*29, on a cold, cloudy, dismal autumn ] ( day. Tbe heavens. s if in keeping | with the melancholy spectacle. wt nl- j I most clothed in sackcloth. The run re- 1 fused to look upon th( mournful tragedy. Hut ten thousand human bcirgs. n ore j 1 thoughtl****. lib"! rhe banks uf the river: f on both sides. p..rchcd also upon tb*' 1 ' mills and houses, nd in trees, above and ; 1 below the high banks, to cheer and s-; J !courage the poor drunken suicide in hi* J j selt-imuiwlatjon. A erwffold was erected j 1 ! thirty feet high, on the inland abi-re the ! f | falls’ as iltey then w *rc. standing vt*r 11 | near wh*'re the saw-tr ill upon thu Irow 1 of the cataract now is. From that n-af-l 1 * fold |>oor Sam dropp*d info the deep viler, j i ja* it then bel> w. Ten lhonsr.r.d ca-j ! ! gcr ayes watched him ** he went like at* j 1 arrow down against the dark Icdgf; of j'< ! rocks, a distance of one hundred and j' i twenty-six foot. Ten thousand ejjcr | eves gaxed with hrrathlcwt anxiety upon. t the spot where he foil, expecting to arc him emerge from the water, as he hadj< * dune most gracefully just one week be-11 fore, after jumping from the precipice ! I without the scaffold. * distance of nitiety- , i six feet; boats put out below, and gulled around near the *put, ready to pick him i up. Ten thousand people, like a great * crowd of witnesses, still lining the cliffs, * iriHwtrwining their ryes to catch the first , . ghiftpse of any dark speck on the waters, j , no One daring hardly to wove or draw a j long breath, for near half an hour, until \ ’ one hy uuc they began to turn away and | * give him up, many with tearful *ys, ; i many with words saddened and subdued j upon their lips. ‘ Poor Sain—it was bis j last leap. How fool-bnrdy I How ! wicked!’ And some were heard to gay, r *Rnw wicked tu countenance a miserable > man in such suicide! If we had not I I been looking on he would not have done lur “For two long hears, at least, until * darkness stepped their work, eager men r i bunted all o* *tr and through the waters t.below the folia, to find the poor remains >i of the rouwtahte victim of his own folly. ‘ but found them not. Neat day the seaivh wan renewed. Indeed, it wan kejA up 1 with more or lesu diligence for some time; 1 and yd all in vain for that season. Search-1 * ing, dragging, .fishing in the wator* day , j after day revealed nothing. But the j next spring the body wo* picked vp * some unknown pergofc’near die moutb of *. 1 tbe river, wu mil a below, as itn was; t floated out into the Ulce. It bad lain in , tbe wait r all whiter; bad gone down over tbe lower falls also? *ml still was in sneh j j a state of preservation as te be readily I 4 j identified. It was taken np. and decent- ■ ly buried in a spot of ground near at ■ •baud."' f > 4 * Ip | Tuiouu.—There r rertnin ihuOri*’) who maintain that. uotwitiurtauiiug thu wtWTO of the Potion Swo*. tb* ITkhw m brill intact: aid who furthermore eqsr**! that, though every State between the Guff tht Ohio should soonie, t!ae Federal would be thereby neither impaired nor destroyed. This, in our judgment, in opposing a rerr ftmy ah- 1 straetkm to very stabbeni fcr**. If all the d*ve Suttee secede. and ’he Sncom-. 1 inr administration should undertake. in j 1 conformity with the wishes of it* *uppor- t tern, tu coerce them, the will be 1 practically a contest between Staffers, in ' 1 which one sidejwili seek to strengthen it self by using the name of the Federal. 1 Government; but the latter will hire-; 1 ality have no existence. M Da Toe QCtriLi.K long ago foresaw that sneb would be the result of any afcnomi dissen sions between any of the States and * the General Government. Wc commend hi* observations on this point to (fee at tention of our readers. The italic* arc ! ours; . 1 However strong a government may he. it cannot easily escape from the conse- 1 qurnees of a principle which it has once i admitted as the foundation of its coastings rion. The Union was formed by )Jc vobT untnry agreement of the States; and, in 1 1 uniting together, they have not forfeited 1 their nationality, tsar -have they icon rc*H duoed to the condition af otic and the \ same people. If one of the States chose , tv withdraw its name from the compact, ’ it would be difficult to disprove its right * of doing so; and the Federal Government 1 would have tio means of maintaining its 1 claim* directly, either bv force or by rgbt. In order to enable the Federal ' Government easily ic conquci the rcsis- 1 tance which may be off.rod to It by any one ' of its subject!, it would be necessary that. 1 one or more of them should be pjprciallv ! * interested in the existence of. the Union. 1 as has frequently foea the case in the bia lory of confederations. If It be supposed that among the States j 1 which are united hy the federal tie, there - 1 are some which c-x. luriv-ly ei.j*y the* 1 principal advantages wf urdoii, **r whos<* j i j.ft*sjrrity depend* *n ib* durstiuu of 1 that union, it is unquestionable that they J will always he many to support the ceil- !' tr*l g •TrrnmtQt in enforcing the uLcdi- 1 ci.ct of tin otht-rs. lint tit jortrmarn' 1 Would thm t r Ijo rtiuj a fin e* n*t drriretl ; 1 frinn itself . but from a pnneijile cant rarif . * to it* vat nee. States form confetti rations ;' in order to derive %qul advantage* fr.>in 'I their union; and in the ease just alluded \ \ t<, the Federal -Guvernuient would derive ! 1 its pewer from the unequal distribution 1 of those benefits among the States. J If one of the confederate States have j acquired a preponderance sufficiently | great to enable it to lake exclusive pos- ! session of the centra! authority, it will : ' consider iht other Siat*s as subject provin- ‘ cos. utni it in'll cause its own supivnutn/ I * t(j be resr.erted I h /u' tht huTTOlCtd lUIVU ‘ ' 'f the soitrr{<jn*y if the. f T nirm. Great ' things vtaj then be done in the “f the | 5 Federal Guvernrn* nt , but in reality that r Government will hare ceased in 1 both thesv cases, the power in : ( the name f the confederation becomes ; 1 stronger, the more it abandons the natur- | 1 al stale and the acknowledged principles j ' of confederation!). 1 1 S*i> Death of Mrs, Gacni.n.—We re-; 1 ccntly announced the sudden death of the ! * Hou. John M. .S. Otusin. formerly Maryland, nt (lalro. 111., on the 29th nit.. ’ on bis return from a visit to his mother at Little, Rock, Ark. A letter from the latter;! place announces tV ■nddtu death of the | 1 devoted mother. The writ' r baya ! “I have to tell you that onr dear old |’ friend, Mrs. ('ausin. died on the 6;h in- ! ataut of k broken hcrirt. Slu hud no dis esse, but was tak< u with a violent pain at I ’ her heart when she heard of John's death, 1 and continued suspense iu (unking fur hi* •, body proved too much for her. She sal I up a few moments, said .-he had an iude- j scrihahle feeling about her heart, called I for her spectacles and Bible. and in a mo-; ment breathed her last. Dr. W. told i me that he distinctly heard the blood '■ rushing from the heart. Ifoar old lady, i she was loved by both rich and poor. Everybody knew and loved h-r. Bhc and John were buried this morning aide by side. Such a sad sight!” MxtWArnwrrrH UscoMPhUMisiNti.—The | Joint Special Coiuiritlee of the Massachus- ! cits legislature to whom was referred ar | much of the Governor’s message as relates j to that portion of the several statutes re- j garding personal liberty, and also the pc- j titions and remomrtranaes of divers per- : sons for aud againyt the Personal Liberty ! laws, so-called, having carefully consider- j ed the subject, report certain amendments, ! but refuse to advise a repeal of the kills in I question, believing they were intended to | be constitutional. The doctrine of the j Stale is thus set forth: •‘Personal rights are sacred, and it is, pre-eminently the function of the State, ! which concerns itself especially with it* 1 | domestic relations, to secure to its citi-; ! sens in their daily walk and eonversa- j | tion the free and quiet enjoyment of i their rights and liberties. When these rights aud liberties are endangered, from whatever cause, the State should provide every possible safeguard. Suppose that the federal government passes a law for the rendition of fugitives from service, ‘ which is so framed that it is extremely • liable to abuse, affording, under color of law, obvious facilities for the crime of 1 kid-napping, and exposing the frse citi-! tens of the State to a new peril. Iu 1 sash an event, can the State do noth ing consistently with its ftsyalty ts the constitution, and the laws mined hi pur suance thereof? Mny it not. while rc-; cogriiing the federal law, endeavor, for I the protection ot its own citizen’*, to

• prevent it* abuse ? Such action, on the | “■part of the State, cannot fairly be regard *d as an attempt to defont the operation ; |of the law of the United but it! ! • made direr to intuit*, foe the prot*-clion 1 •of its free eitisens, and though inciden tally it may seem to affect the operation lof tho Uhutrd Sums Ihw. it is nst, fori • t m that res**. * ttoirptf'bM) un the part of 1 ihale, of power whk-b has been surreu- I dored to the g.?n**ral govwwwtit. , I does not pmprH) imply ant derasl of i the rightful juriwfi -ioa and sitthortty of 1 tb jrorv.*niient of the f-nited !kuw < The isf*rfor ,w eain a r note •'•was t | ineritaWe. Th* diffi- sUy i- inheres in , i onr system. *d won exi where two c v - supreme in <*' *^fwor r *te J sphere, are estsMi’-h -*1 within *!•* '** Tn * 1 Pri'-’ml limits. Our latv tusp-fling >!•“ 1 mannficturc nod sale o* ►nbituoM- ii- quors. in a certain tc’ii**'-, s i t vncconch upon the pr*>)inev of the fr.dr rml government, which h%* the exclusiv- sj control of our fort ign commercial rvlu- i tioun; but !*uoh rtfrci i merely wcijoii* I tal, and is uu valid objection ts the law. * * •*Kv*rr nnn on the soil of Ms-eaelms- . ett* is prinut faeit free. And th;s p r guinrtion should not be **nt down with- < out he most plenary and car*vinoir.g pro**f ( i tr ibe coiitr.iry. Thr prot*> trm oj person- 1 al frtrdom is the primary olgert f gor* rn- j ment, and should uever bo subordi;..ucd i in deference U> the rights of property ’ I i What Mr.. Lincoln isGoinc. to Do.—Mr. ; Lincoln remains true and steadfast to his hon- | cat soul* yeungconvictions, and will execute • j the gyemim*ut in the spirit of justice and not indignant, at the cowardly steps taken |j backwards and downwards by some **f die J timid*, WV-Ht as wd! as Fast. I wLh here to make a prediction. It is this—lf; mill Southern State or nioV# take nny f>*rt. r property, mint, guns, ni-mc-y. or whit not. „ Mr. Lincoln will >*y t> General in r slxtv days after Lincoln g*-f< fairly and s firmly watt;*! in the Fresiueiilial i-hair “Gen. Scuff, lake that fort instantly at any and eviry hazard--at any and orery cost of iifo or money That is your duly, sir. ana 1 sljall expect y*ni to execute it Then* will lie no evading the direct is- ~] sue. nnd no hacking down on the part of ; the President eb et. nd if his Oabinet Ice* ( so inclined, he will infuse courage and i backbone into them. tircefoy was * here on tin day before yesterday, and had ; a longs nr* poition with Mr. Liiicoln, and he has left, knowing what “horn to blow.” Take a cue from him. By the by, many . persons, many committees, come here. ; asking, fogging, imploring Mr Lincoln . to be cautious, timid, full of concession* j ■ ami cowartilv eompromis.*, and t* li which ; lie sav>, mi snbstanoe, “Be *tf. be gone; j go home and fo* assured tint 1 Will, the good people helfting me, preserve the Fn- ,V ion. the (.Vn-timtiou and the laws. Th* ( I nation mat back d*wa—not I.—-Spring- * field ( 111 ) Jh. stun hie. I / jfc Thk Poithr or HHtr.rr bit artiii.— , r The following i,;i.lent comes l* u> ihor- ■ oughly authenticated although wu are not •' at liberty to pnl ifoh any names: A sharl 1 rime since two iudividinla in this city w;rc lying iu on® nn u very sick, on*, ■ with brain f*vct and the other with an ; | aggravated case of uintnpa. They were i so low that watchers were needed every I night, aud it was thought doubtful if the c one fick with fever r. covered. Aj gcntlnoan was engaged to watch one : night, his duty be ing to wake the nurse ; whenever it became necessary to adminis- " ter medicine. In the course of the night c both watcher aud nurse'foil ssb-ep. i’he j man with the mumps lay watching rhe I clock, and, saw that it was time to give (he ; fever-patient his potion. He was unable . c to speak aloud or to move any portion of his body except bis arm*, but, seizing h pillow, he managed to strike the watcher j in the face with it. Thus suddenly n awakened, the watcher sprang from his c scat, falling to iho floor and awakening both the nurse and fover-patiunt. The j incident struck foth the sifk ram ici very ludicrous, and they laughed most ( heartily at it for fifteen cr tweaty min- | utes. \N h-n the doctor came i r i the morn- j ing, he found his patients vs-tly iui proved —said he had newr known so sad- ! t den a turn for the belter -and they Are t now fo*th out and well. \V ho Keys laughter is not the best of medicine ? .VtM I I (lien Palladium. Nittralizatiox Law or the New Coj*- t rxuERACY.--A correspondent wri’ing from Montgomery on the Lr.h inst.. annwanite that the Congress had under consideration a bill concerning citizenship and naturali- 1 Ration. The provisions are of course ua- * known as yet. but it is expected that it | will con&fot of w declaration constilutiug ! all free white persons residing in unj of ; the confederated States at the time of the • ( organisation of the present Government j or such as may become eitisens by birth, | naturdlizatian and the establishment of & > permanent residence, as also those who are | | employed in active military or naval ser- : i i vice for a limited period, citizens of the j < I Confederate States uf America. The gen- ! crsl impression is that the probationary ■ j period of residence prior to taking the oath ; ’of citizenship will be extended so as to , < I make the laws of naturalisation more strin- | I gent in this reaped that it is at present. ! i i Faithful Forevbr.—The Ettning Post, 11 : somewhat indignant at tbu familiar men- ! tion daily made of “Bob Lincoln ” tbe ■ “Prince of Rails”—tbe youngster now be fore the country in an attitude rather less , dignified than that of poor “Tommy”; last summer—baa the following : Robert T. Line*>ln, the eldest son of the • ; President elect, and who is accompanying | him to Washingt'ai, is a student at Har- i | vard and will shortly return to his class, j tHeis a young man of fine abilities and i much dignity of character. The reports in various papers intimating that his course of life is what is popularly denominated as j •foat,” are strictly erroneous, and no less j painful to bin than to bis excellent parents. I to whom be has ever been a dutiful and affectionate Th- Rochester Union tell# a different i story afc*oot Prince Bob's habits, and il lustrates its remarks a# follow*: i When Old Abe started fraoi Springfield, : he gave Bob a earpet bag. and told him that it was his especial and sold duty to see it saftdy delivered in* Washington. The. Ug curtained some private papers of the I i * in I, if ■! urnmmmmmmmmmrnm* Prciden rie-t. and the Inaueural Ms*- ango. At Indianapolis Boh got tight and lost lha onvjv*t bag It was not found, tbT party left with ml it. It i* vot iai#pn(f. Tln re i. hswever, an- Other Mfv nf that Mr. Lincoln will not bo cctupolfo-l ta r.>write that or write a new one. Mr. I ia-eol’i nos vtX'ri st the care'essm*#* o<* hi* son. bnt Boh- did n*l at>p*.*ar t© ei%fie much :d>-.r ‘jv u:altr. and remarked that the old man *ui;lit a* well acoM about that a* *<>m< (hhig else. Thk Errei'vs or Haro Tims-* —The j ifo and sbnh-na**< ar-' brliuming wih vagmiita. chi fly forcignvni. Over two hundred of thea peple. ctmaiiitcd to M yam -usini;. wer<* titirnri adrift on Mon day *' make for greater rriminafo.-- At the ffnion -tation hou-;eonahun dre-l an I tweitv-*ix were taken in durinj* fhe ni'jht n r whom one blank man. n*toed Hctijainiti ShvLtp-ifil, died durine the night. \t the the ward* arc 'Warming, and the deptirfinsn* is full to an c\in; never before known. A house of correction i* n nr'e**.|ty nertr more pressing than at thi** moment. The shove is taken from fljc Philadel phia X wih American of yesterday. * pa per eutahsiastic in its admiration of Presi dent Lincoln, and in it* approval of his I speech*#, declaring that there is “no erfois.” and that “nothing it hurting anybody.” i 4-. j “Wliv, llsns. you have the mo#t femi nine c ist *f countenance | e ver h.V'? seen.” “Oh ynh.’replied llan*. “1 know fie r***r.n for dat—mine modcr was a vf.oniunt " ) t —:- —- At the r ,c ii* uce of lor husband in this district, on Tuesday, the I -♦ t h of February. ; instant, Mrs. ANN K.. wife of Francis'. Goldsborougli, in the 50th year of her age. • SIEIIFF’S SUE. | OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, BY virtue of one Vfiit of Fieri Facias i issuvd out of the Circuit Court for ' Snint Mary's County, at the suit of Horace D. Swann. agiln*t Hie g.odn and chattel*, . lands and tenements of F. A. Harding and j Ann M. Harding, and to uo directed, I j have eei* <1 and l*k*r. in execution all lb- I right, title, interest, property, claim and ! demand, at law slid equity of the raid F. j A. Harding and Ann M. Harding, in ami i to the following property to wit: One tract or pared of laud, called and known as- - “THOMAS’ MILL”: containing I 203 Acres, more or less. On# tract or parcel of land, j called and known as-.- “VACANT LAND” j . . containing 12 Acres, m”rc or lees. One tract or paice! of land, called ana known a? ‘HARROW HILLS’ eontai.ninz 248 Acres, more or lew. One tract or parcel nf land, calico, and known as-- -i "IICHEir LIT" containing TO ii&RBSd I nacre or less. One tract or parcel of land called and known as— “jjuanaxDß* containing 38 Acres. I * I more or less. These Und are located in 1 Chaptico District, Saint Mary’s County, Md, and contain }n the agg -rgaU* — 579 I more or less. Alan, IRE GRIST HD SIW WU. located upon tbe premises and propelled both by steam and water power. And I hereby give notice, that on FRIDAY, the 22nd of March next, between the hour* of 12 o’clock, m. and 5 o’clock, p. m., at the Conn House door in Luonanl Town. I will expose lo public auction the above discribed property, so seized and taken in execution lu the high est bidder for cash. Also to satisfy offi cer*’ socts on same. J THOMPSON YATBB. Sheriff. Feb. 28th 186 U-U. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. ROBERT C. COMHB, E q , h* d is the n!w of this rmmtj ar • roseidute far ihe LsgiaUtore, ai.d will ba Bnpf.niu<d by MANY FEUSNUU. Fee. f*h, 18S2 -if. SHERIFF’S SALE OF VALUABLE ; REAL JESTATE. BY vu-UMOf twelve writ* of Voadi- UOUt EtpUto*. hif>Ood out of 2mi (’iuuit ( it, tiGur Saint Mary a County, . one At tin? sail of Jooics Burch imp of J. |L. H\i-M cnf '...j’ic W. B Hutchins, use of J**hn A. Burroughs; one at the ‘ suit of Jatnw ** of ILnry Q. (turner; one at tin: .suit <*f John T. Clarke; one at the -aa of James Biscoe um: ofT Oswahl TTHsoa; one at the suit of Janice Ui-c*H n.-c "f Bichar* 1 U. Milos; one at the suit of Janies lliaco* um f ilciu> <. t*aru**r, on.* at the suit of John x\. Burmughi*; one at the nuit of R >Vrt V. Mill-urn: on--' at rb- u*f of Ro bert T. Barber U . out- r nf Richard Maf tinglov; on.- a; the unit “Fr. (V f-aneasl.-r; one %t* the nii of J*-ic* Green <# ftf IVdu A Miiciuiil; and *n at the suit } f I Icon G- Gartn-r; *g.in*t the good# anl chattels, land*- and ton.imnis of John'lf. Key and U me directed. I have sciz I and* rakou in rxetitioß ell the right, title, intercel, pr-pcrtr. claim ami de mand, at biw and in equity. of tbs paid John H Key; ale*. hy virtue of one writ of Venditioni Kijioum issued ont of tho Circuit Court tor Saint Mary’s Uoantr.- .at the suit of Luke W. B. Hutchins o<e of Neale k Luck**tt. against ibi gotale and chattels land* and tenements of John 11. Key and Philip Turner, and to me di rected, I hnve *eir**d and taken in execu tion all the right, title, inter -at, property, claim and demand, at liw and in equity, ,of raid J->hn If. K*-v nd Philip Turner, in and t' the following property to wit; one tract, or parcel of laud called and ; known a*. I "BOND’S REST” one tract or p-ireol of lan-# calh-d and known as j“G RAVKLLY HILLS" one tract or parcel of land called and * known u— one tract or parcel of land culled and known at* — •PART OF WIDOW’S PURCHASE” • oni* tract or parcel of laud celled aud ! known a* i ••THE OTHER PART OF ERF'S SHORE” The wh-dc being commonly called and : known as— | “HAMBURG” ■ said land being located in Chaptlco Dia • trict. Saint Mary’s County. Md., and con j mining me s-4 &<msa ! more or lees. ; And I hereby gire notice that on | FRIDAY, the 22ml of March next, I at the Court Home door, in Leonard Town, lie tween fh** hours of 12 o'clock :M . and ft o'clock. PM. I will expose at public sale, to the highest bidder fur c.ish. t lie above dmcribed property so seised 1 and taken in execution. Also u> eaiiafy officer’.-* costs on an me. J. THOMPSON YATES. • Sheriff. Feb. 28th. 1 <Ol -t*. CLAUD! MIIMTIf . Bright bay. I*rc! hy Mr long. owner of Uos : ton, wm got by Boston -jut of Slender by lu | dnstry, Ixouisa Setumek, by ThorntonV Hat l tier. Daisy Cropper, by Ojilr’s Oscar, Grey | Dioim-d—Hall'* L r.iou, Leonidas, impt. I OfbelK impt. George's Juni)r, impt. Mor- I ton's Traveller, out of impl. Sebum by the j Oodolphin Arabian. From the above |*digriw, it will be seen, I that CUiudt Mdtttif* combine* more of (I* Sir Archy blood in hia vein* than any horni now living, eeiag dracaudeH. through hie sun Boston and grand sire dirwtly from Sir Archy, and through Industry sire of Slen der aud one of the beet nw of Sir Archy, again through Thornton's R-ittler (the aim of Louisa Remmat) soother distinguished son ! of Sir Archy. By his g g. dam Da*-y Ompjier, throneh ! her air*- Gry Db-med, he is desesnded Icmii i impt Mrdlsy, all hi* fsiuilj being distinguish i ed for gams and stoutness. Claude MHn*th i the sire of Co). Bowe'a fine o*U, Ike Marvel, whicb ran in the Flsll of ’69, both at Tow n aud in Virgin)* with puccess. Claude Msdnuttc will stand tbit seMOQ for I S2O. for blooded mares, in he discharged by if |>aid in t’ue season. For ounmos ■arcs, sl4, to he di*charped by $lO, if paid in the season. Every caic token, but au res pousibiUly tjt accidcuts. Grow in fee fiO cents. He will stand at tie Hoad of 8i Clem ents Bay on At Leonard Town on At Gift on Factory on GLOB6B C. TARLTOff. Feb. 28th, IMI-us. ■ —.wuwi FOR ROAD SUPERVISOR. D. D. WKI/CH ofim himself to tie voters :of Leonard Town district as a candidate Hr Supervisor of tbe Bond and eakt the voters of i tbe district to support him. Feb. 28th, 18 L | Fisa. IJIAdTERN HERRING. OQDFI6R **l J BUCK A’IHSAT FLOUR iu-l reonred end Sißffl iEEffi. Afresh supply o GARDEN SEEDS end tsssD potatoes ji rrdvtrf ai.*i r Hr n) by Simms a maddox .