Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, March 21, 1861, Page 2

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated March 21, 1861 Page 2
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mmt marts beacon! LEONARD TOWN, MO. THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH SI. 18l . ._j, i — Ckreoit Omrt His lloaor Judge Crln, pl*npl t w ) hour. opened the March term of our Circuit i Court on Mundag U*. A considerable | < amount of civil business w of ' ob Monday and Tuvsday. bat no trial ease < of public interest was reached. John • ♦ 1 Long, wbv bad been indictment by* the ' Grand Jury in two or three eaaea of felo- 1 ay, was arraigned on Tuesday, end his trial was pot down to come off on I Wednesday. We append a list of the Grand and Petit Juror* for the term: G*a* Jettons.—Henry G. Garner, Foreman; James (. Fox well, James L. Langk-y. William I. Yates. James L. Bi ooe, 8. 0. M. Burroughs. Frances L. i' MaUinglcy, Walter It. Langley, John I L. Greenwcll. Thomas L. ilarrisua. Pc-; ter P. Smith. John P. Watben, James 1 If. AWey. C. J. Durant, George W. j Goddard, James M. Heard, Uriah Tip pett. Thomas L. Davis, Samuel Spalding, James C. Wilburn, Jubn Parsons, F. V. Floyd and George H. Herbert. Pctit Ji aoaa —-L J. Allstan. Charles Medley, Z. Tippett, 0. B. Brooke, Jo seph Abell, Jaacs F- Abtll. John H:ir rison, John F. Yates. Jukn W. Shem well, C. J. Norris, Thomas Ilebb, George L. Clarke. Richard Cdtou. Charles Thompson. Joseph I! Junes, William {< Blair. Lowii C. Medley, Robert Ford. j Beale Keibard. George W Morgan. I Robert T. Barber. William Watts, D. ! N. Washington, Francis C. Ntalo and . i Jehu Shadru-k. I leading Boom and Debating Society- j j At the regular election of this useful as- ! ( soeiation en Thursday, the 7th instant. j j the fvlluuing genilcmen were elected cfS- i * eri, to serve for the ensuing four months. J j Preiidsnl, Elijah T Uuss-11 ; t Vics-Preat., James H. Wilson; i GomHee.. Geo. A Siuur.r; f R#o. Soc., W Albert Fenwick; Treasurer, Wu. A. Lokcr ; \ librarian. George C. Ystes j i We doubt nut tkat the soeiety. under 1 1 Its present able aud efficient officers, mill | loutinue to im* reuse in useful acre by cx- 1, ttftdiug its bn'fieent advantages to tuauy I t who now only know it by name. 1 1 _ I m*. . .. j; t>ur section was v kited cu Monday lust; 1 by a considerable dash of snow, areein- j psnied with au atmosphere which foreillr | reminded us of winter. Even np to twelve ] o'clock yesterday, there were slight signs ' of the weather's moderating, a warm fire j at that time being very essential to one's j wunfori. A gentlemen, who takes a live- , Yy interest in fruit matters, informed us i yoslcrday that the p a h-s and apricots j i are past praying for. hut he did not think ; | that the pears and apples were sufficient- j, ly far advanced to he materially damag 'd J j by the ffeexr of the past three days. Some < idea of the severity of (he weather may , ‘ be formed from the fact that ice an inch • or more in thickness has formed in the I \ ytads near the niluge iu the last twenty* j fear Ivors. 1 j For the Coart of Appeals- jl A earrospoudent, witting in mother [ owl am a otrr the signature of ••Marshall." I j ro<Mfc.end* Robert Ford, Iw-qr., of eoanty, as a candidate for the Court of ; | Appeals for this Judicial Distriet. Well believe that this recommendation will meet \ 1 the geaeral approbation of the kgal pro-j1 fkooioa where Mr. Ford is known, and wo . ore ooafidenl that it will receive an aa- i dorse meet nearly, if not quite, unanimous 1 from the people of or county. Ik Vows Nothing definite is yet known in regard I# the evacuation of Fort Sumpter. It is aseertod, however, by the bert - Reformed journals, that the cvacnatioc has tern determined on, though no order has been issued by the proper department to that effect. The evacuation is Created by the ecceesionists .as a t;ii|tary tweeseity rather khan a peace offer lug, aud the fact that the government ia reinforcing or at tempting to reinforce Fori Firki ns waul I appear to confirm this view. As dispas moaaie analysis of dieting complications ! has W us to the conviction that there will be a fight nr a footrace withiu the next , two months, and we at present incline t i the idea that it will not be a footrace ex actly. The shilly-shally policy of Nr. | Lincoln and his cabinet, though intended , Ambtlesa Co avoid bloodshed, is calcula- i Iwd. in *ur heat judgment, to precipitate Jl The idea of March, it is true, have ' —na and gone, hot the sky to our visum j ‘ look*blanker than ever. If there is any \ ] thing “in the lojfic of events,” Mr. Liu-! i coin will be c<miycU*d in Ins than the \ 1 time specified to treat the Southern Cor- i ] fcdneacy as a eotcreiga uatku or to;, atawd ujax hk dwfieeaa. ji I iMRMHMmMHU UL n - To the Chtr table. We learn that two widow ladies.—Mrs. ! Clements and Mrs. Yhoe --living in the same house on the Race Tract. n -ar ourj village, arc in a state >f great destitution, i It lag ent ; rvly without wo.vd and aluiuat. without provisions and with •m the meous! of providing thcuMudve* with either. We j have been requested to call stun turn to their condi turn, aud we indulge the hope \ that immediate relief may be afforded them. Fire and Lorn of Life- We learn that oa Saturday lasts honsr, occupied by a free negro named ftepht-u Adams, living near the Head of the Bay 1 on the land of Josi ph Morgan, was con sumed by fire. IVre were three small children in the house when the fire broke ; out. one of which, it ia sad to relate, whs i hunt! up. The others made good tlu-ir eacspe- Admitted to Practice. On Monday last. James H. Wilson, i Ksrjr., on mu*ton of Robert Ford, was ad- j muted aa a HiflM|pr of the bar of onr Court. Baker .‘alk akmison, K-qr., n nolk>n of T K. rU, was also admitted ; ■ j - ‘fi'jmm [r , OMMCXICAf*X). For the Court of Appeals- Mittra. Kdit./ra. B> Coiistitttth>n:d pro- • 1 vision, the voter* *f the aeeond Judicial j Ditrirt of State, the coun- '' ties of Moutgoun ry. llonard. Anno Arno- •! del, Calvert. St. Mary’s, Charles and i 1 Prince George's, are required to wdt t. i' at the coming November election, a g. n■ ! tlcman. learned in the law. tu presiae as; a Judge of the Court of Appeals. The : 1 immense and varied interests conmictod 11 with the miiuiinatraliwii of this high office and the grave rep<>nihi2iiy which a scloc- '' 'ion to fill it imposes, make it, in n;\ judgment, appropriat'* to direct pul 1 c at- t 1 tiona, evm at this early day, to the sub- '* ject, iu order lh&l ample time may b- gw- j! ca to enable men to make up a correct aud dispNMiJUato judgment o >ui a matter on ■ 1 important. If it is desirable—u* if cer-• 1 miniy is—n >t to iningle tha election of 1 high judicial officer* with the noisy cur- | 1 rent of partisan p-lii’cr, it is much more ! likely that this object can bo accomplished. ■ 1 if the candidate is named br/nre than if ho \ 1 Is named ufivr the political campaign opens .' and amid (he excitement iueviublv con- ; 1 sequent upju party agitation. Thus much j for the hour, and fwr the man. a word. Mesgrv Eiitors, I rcspoctfuUy recoui- * mend ROBERT FORD, of JR. MaryVM county, as a suitable person f..r Judge 'of;' the Court of Appeals for the second Judi-! cial Distriet uf .Muryland. An , 1 Htico of so in** y.-ars standing, enables me |' to speak with some dcgr:e of confidence j 1 aa well of the personal character of Mr. Ford as of hi> legal and mental lion* for the exalted position f-r which 1 ! have just named him. Aud first o! h!i •; , personal character. He ii a gentleman i: 1 1 the nobb-st and truest acceptation of the i word. A man of purer character and of ' kinder future does not live within the j limits of our State. To genial manners, j a flowing cannery, an I a disposition end- | * nently social, he unites a firmness of ; 1 character, a dir* ctu-ss and singlcm-s-* of, I purp4*se that neither threats nor blandish-1 uieuts can disturb. Acco rplished in all' t the erudition of the rcho >ls. thoroughly 1 1 read iu the literature and science of niol- !. ere times, a graceful and forcible writer. I of a judgment riitgulsrly char and well lal'iicr*., aud analytic ability of the fir>f' 1 order, Mr. Ford is nntrcvi r deeply verse i; ( in the vsried and mat.if-ild learning as well i as the philosophy of hU profession. His : etuinence a.* a Uwy rr and Lis fitness f.>r | judicial station, are shown by the boners!' whieh our own and a neighboring b*r I have frequently paid him. In nearly eve- j. ry case in which Judg* Crain has* lecj* ■ (Hsqual'.tied by provision | from acting a* Judge iu tho Court.- of j Charles and St. Mars's, Mr. Ford hash been selected l*v the Lars of these coun- •! tics as Special Juage, and his decisions.! in the judgment of the ablest members of j the profession ia lh**e counties, entitle : 1 him to a high and ho-iorable posidon j great. L amed and upright • I magistrates wh w names aLire cial annals. Something wore I had to! < say, but ibis much nearly accompli? h- s : my purpose. j Ms<era. Editors. I an iiiM-rtlon for this comutunlcaiiun iu your next paper, and that you tiake an announn 'i.ent of Mr. Ford’* candidacy in the advertising ' nart of vonr papwr. and this advertisement t desire you u> publish until (he dav of I flection, unless Mr. Ford kl-n*clf shall rc- ! quest you to w ithdraw It. MARSHALL. * Muck l&tk. ISUI. * ' ' Nmko Amirstor Omr*.—The* Washingt*n corraspondeut of the New i York Kxyreat, in a recent better to that! journal .^says: The number of applieanUt for minor of-: fiocs by colored men is perfectly astound-. iug from Massachusetts aiour. I am in- 1 formed (hat for postmasters' berths there are uti file over applications, and die j supposition is that there arc several black ; applicants filed away amongst the white! ones. In order to save trouble, let oie ■ suggest to each applicant the piopriety of making au affidavit as to the cobir of bu skin. Ac., and enclose it in his application. > while those wfaooe applications are already on file should forward it to the department j imn*:v|lately. This* plan would undoubt-; < edly facilitate business, and enable the op- ; plicant to obtain his nppuiutmeiit much < sooner than be would if be leaven the ce- i partmeut U> fiud out bid color, breed, aa the departn.ctt are dcU-rmined not to i make appointment# fnam the colotod ranks without knowing it. on matter how wall they assy he imlvnod. I State CoLTentioa- The Maryland State Convention of the Southern Right* Party met in Baltimore jon Tuesday of last week. All the 'coun ) tics, but two ww reprinted. On lak . iuf th* Chair, Judge Chamber* Mated that he bad been inform -1 before . w ° j home that Got. Hick* had dttermiard to call a Convention, nr submit the qAaa of a Convention to a vote of the but alii©** bin arrival in lb-Hi more. m9p| been mfonued by parties wbu had won ferred with the Governor a* late a* Snur daj. that that functionary had no nnen tion of taking any such YSnre was considerable dtcu**iiiii of s Jp|lWM , y character iu the Convention, apo) resolutions were offered which were mar red to the Committee on Buwwlai. J|)n the second day, this Committee submitted the following report to the Couvcntiup. which was adopted: Whereat, This Conference. atiuJwaSj commenced on th<* iHth F*;bniar\ las*, w adjourned to the 12th *( March, to tHM full expectation that action would have beenta Wh&- 'jsl Convention or by o{9B United States, or on failure by by the Stale of V irginia, ms would *-n the part r.f Maryland s responding action; and • IV/irrrns, The only reswlt of cither the Peace Convention or the Cut igrev* was the 1 passage bvthc fatter of a promised amend rsenltu.lljo Constitution, professedly to | sett tv a question in rgud •• which*** doubt had ever been expr* *e. d; thus. Inj effect, Having the political stilus of the | country iu precisely the sumo condition ax it was at ilic time of car last ndjoarument; and HVirrrc*, There ie now pending before , th? Virginia Convention h proposition—; sanction'd by a majority of th commit tee to whom the subject w;u< ra<ern*d— -ad vising a Conference to be had by the Southern Border States, with view to: the adoption of some ba-l* of arrangement ; by which, with the concurrence of the * other State* iu the Union, the districting difficulties of the country might be ad- • justed and harmonized, and all induce- ■ merits to further secession iwcovwd, while j Slate* already seceded may be induced to • return, and the integrity of unr g lor ion-, j Uni ,ii be happily preserved therefore RetUred, That in view of these facts j thin Convention, while adh ring to political opinion* avowed it; its resolutions of the Iml February, without intending lv rcoouiuicnd to the SUkt if Vitginia. or i to express any preference as to a parficn- i !ar coarse of proceeding. of opinion that the pulley and interest of Maryland require i that no action shall be taken by wh*-li ’b ’ Slate shall be committed until the Slate of ; Virginia shall have determined the ques tion of a. proposed Conference or some olh- j cr measure requiring the cu-opwratioc *'f tliitf State. HriUrrd, That this Convent! n is of. opinion lb.<l a proposition f..r a Coaferetice ■ a.uongt the Southern Border State*, bv ! delegates elected by the people in their j Cuugreaiiooal districts, or by Slate Con- i vmitious of the people in tb sc said States, * will*meet the decided approval of Mary-; laud. Retailed, That a Committee of Five be ■ elected by ballot to visit the Virginia Con vention. and to express to them the fore going assurance. The Convention next proceeded to elevt j the Committee of Firu called for by the lait resolution, and tbr.l ectio i resulted follows: Gen. Walter Mitch* 11 of Charles; Gov, L' wc, of Frederick; JuJge Cham ber*, of Kent; W. 11. N jrrir, of Balti more; and Dr. J. Hanson TjOu.', of B tiuiore. The committee was subsqm-iit ly increased to six, and Hon. Isaac I*. Jones, of Somerset, added to it. THK VICTORY OF MUS. GAINED The atiiiaU of litigation furuub na two m rc intcrefcting or cases that; tho.-e of Mauame I’atUrsou Bonaparte, ami of Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines, both of which have, for many years, occupied prominent p>a,iliou* Iwtorc, not only the legal profession, hut the ryes of the worl I. Hano i Clark was one of the early set tler* in the colony of Lauieiaua. His business tact s<xm placed him at the head of its monetary world, while his popular character and agreeable manners afforded Slim a similar position in the social circle, in ISO 2 he became, acquainted in Phila delphia with aladv of *xtraordinan person al beauty, named Zulime Carrie re. Sh ; was born in the old French colony of Biloxi, aud her parents were emigrants from l*n teuctf. When Clark first met Mr. she hud been liiing iu wedlock w ith r ewlu dler named Jerome I)e Grange, who, bav iug dazzled h*T with a glittering coronet married her. and then disclosed the as tounding facts that Ih* was a confectioner r and a bigamist. Zulime cp’ .aled for teetion, to ('lark, who being wann-besrtud and chivalrous, at *nee eaptmsed hercayurc'. and afli r becoming convinced tbit’De Grange had another wife living espoused her hiumlf. The marrasge was kept secret, and in 1800 Myra, now Mra. Gaines, was born. Bciug naturally desirona f having her connection with Clark a publicly ac knowledged one, Zulime went ta New Orieane to obtain legal projfs of her firat husband's rascality. While she was gone ('lark, who had become an innueotiarpoli tician, became enamored of .Mis* Oatoii. a graudaughtcr of Charles Carroll, with whom he contracted an engagement, but when reports were brought to Mi Caton alleging her lover § marriage to Zulime. she at once insisted npon a release from the engagement, and .she subsequently became the Marchioness of WcUetdry. In the meantime. Zulime bad returned to Philadelphia, and sought to obtain proofs of her marriage wub Clark, who had, with singular treachery, destroyed ail that he could discover. Finding bem If (telphns, iu a Mrangn (ansntrj, **.*l utlb • j

~i t —t ! chill dp i, Unt hr. shr wjl >at a loss what t do, and in r nnH| .! driven almot to despair be accepted t^ . hand rf Hr. Gardctte. who unite*! bis for tune with hers. Clark, in th* eaiiii*ae, * had b •come pntiitetit; bat. n hastening to i * find lti former love. •.'eT'Ute4 rhl *be , i was th< wife.' ot‘ another. Me look the 11 child Myra, planed her under ih' ettf of ia friend, aim had her moat 18-eraUr edu -1 jCaled. Zulimr kvii! for a long lime sft* r J that, attained the age of 78 year*. a New Orleans hot a few years r-inc*'. q Clark, whose business Uhot wa* pr*- vcfhiai, uuiaSecd au imiuense tbriune iu Louiriitna, Missouri. K<*iuucky and Man land, which he Ik queathed bv will, i • ISIS. to ha utolhir. .Miry Clark, naming Beverly Chew and Hirhartl banker* *of New Orl • ana. as extx-uror*. (’barges have been preferred M£ain>t the executors of bad faith at.d luistnaiiageliienc. but * 1 however that may .bo, vra—tko &rs. j j Whitney—haring ui-e . ered at maiurr*y ! j *hat her (iiothcr Had been the wiie of tli • | jdeneaaad tniUionatre. wilb an impulse “fj rwonoyahlo affection few which she cannot j |<he toe hjg|dr praised. determined* to ’as- J rigbCfnatbe legitimate child aud eutire jrop'rtjr. sit i n and wmi * well lie imagin-; ri F i,w **>“* j ' - : : r . Her hu 'baud dk d. in ao enli-l- irTthe person uf h.r*lrgifi. j luacy I his might! jlt would be merely to index ‘ the. various legal struggles*, the attempted; j social os(racisms, the (reach•‘•rice, expr ' rieiwail by Mrs. tluines iu this work **f ! her lif ■tiiut:. She ett d in nuitwrous ,<>>arts. and with varied suer''**, uolil her I fpi fuue wav go/e, h r frienda eonvibcetl j of tb? usel S.-HCS4 of further trial, and ! j all hut her own indomitable spirit fled , j She etiil strtggleJ on, and. aa a last rv- j j sort, brougiit the case in iu amplitude au ' j ; i.h labyriiita-t f lega) teehnk.*aliii<a to the j 1 Supremo Guun ol the laud. Taore, after j a lonjr iij*l patient hearing, she has 01-j ! tp.iu, It -r victory. The Court has unatti-1 ' iuOii-Iy decided that Mvrt t'lark G dues i ! j tho "Uly legitimate . hild **t itnukl t'inrk. ■ aud tint, a* >• ■ icli. she ia < ulill-d to ail th • • I property ! -ft by him N**r are the year- i j a!*J citergie* f the enrageous w*fiia'i ] | *>a fir rp% r.t to prevent h-r Mj<>yincut of| h.r vast weal'll. j Ilruoß. lho tuliovMiig curioj sp*ci- • i m of huHe.r :r-' found m the writing- ! ’of Hicrodts. a philosopher of Alexandria, who dourish*d iu the fifrh century. The | auih <r is dra wing the character of a sch"l-1 astir, or je*Jauf. whose mind is* wholly tn- i grossed with the Lurnirn} -a spe- , e< of knowledge ueith i .-ouud nor fui. He (hus b* ewiues what \vc call */.< ,U, ; and unfit f*r the eoinmoH iff lira ; I 1. Aped tit, fti his fir 'I attempt l* i ; i*Wiiri. Icing nearly tir vn.v I. rowed : .Woalvi u< v- T touch wat*r again until hr! I had I*-: J,, -irt "f jf ; •. • rug. * 2. A j '-danl, *--m, tii* of selling id-* . .i.asr. teoi a slot'- fr i th wall, an i i ! cart :• it ib.-it '*..;h a- * -I* riue'U .* , i • ! the premi-t's'. 3. A pedant, wishing to know whether ; !he look.hi handsome while adet p. placed J ihimaeif Lifvrc a lookiug-glais with hii* i j eye* shut. j 4. A p daut happening to nicer a phy*- i | ican, tried to conceal himself behind a wall; | * the doctoi asketl him the reason for hi> | istrange behavior. • Why.” he replied.: j "it is so long since I have been ill, that I j was ashamed to meet von.** j 5. One pedant meeting another, said t-{ him. “1 heard that you were drnd ” His j | friend replied. “Hut you see 1 am alive." ' j “So you say.” he rjoined, “but the man i j who toll ne th*j news was looru\ j . *f credit than your.-elf.” 6. A {cdrnt. h< :irtng that a would 1 Tve tivii hundred year*, to determine tb^ j ff.ct by experiencr, bought uni kept on*, j 7. A pedant, rii a, bi'ing in dan- I ger of sbipwreck. and setting the other I i pHSs.jng'T* c,-il-li hold of rari'iu* artieh son ! i'leek to them afloat, s icd upon one 1 i of the anchors. . The Tt r.itiTOKii6.- The three new Ter ' ritorics rccogniz d by th? late C'lngreae < j nre Chdoiado, Nevada and Hec‘ah.— J ; The four previously exiting an? Wavh- i j ingtoii, N\ w .'lexioo, Utah, and Ncbrat*- 1 ka. The extent of i*rrif"ry included in I these fU‘T*n i 9 nearly eleven j j bundled thousand equxrt milci. Colorado compriaen a porion of K.Mj- ! -as, ( T ;ah , and Nebraska, aud lira be- j • ween the 1 **2l and 100th degree iff West longitude, and the 37th and 4fat! ; T'grcc-s of latitude. It ctnutu* HKI.OUO. ; square miles and a population of 2-r,oooi * N* vada lie* bet we* n California and j Utah on the Kast and West, ami Ore gon and New Mexico on the North and South. A p* ru*nt of it is taken from California, provided that State gives it* asaent. It includes tbo famous Carson Valley. Hacotah is bnumled on the N"rth by , British America. East I ‘by Hc ‘ ofj South and West! South vs 4. r 0 miW; ils average breadtb | U a boat 2l*B miles, and it baa an area of 70.000 square ndlua. It was former ly s part of the Territory of Minnesota, but was detached when that- became a State. It ia at present chiefly inhabited “by Indiana. ’•*■ f A-Ntci Wiaow.—The following is from j ! Hr. Holmes* new novel:—The widowu | Rowan* was now in the full bloom of or-1 > namcntal sorrow. A very shallow crape ; bo'inet, frilled and fr*tb like, allowed the I parted rav**n hair to show its glossy motb- i j rcfs. A jet pin heaved her boom with every sigh of memory, or emotion of ! unknown origin. Jit bracelets shone; ! with every movement of her slender hands.; I cased iu cross fitting black glove*. || er j j aable drees was ridged with maoifuld floun- > ccs, from beneath which a small f*x> kbow |ed itself from time to time, clad in the same hoc of morning. Everyth:* g about her was dark except the whiiea ol nerevea and the enamel of her teeth. Tf • effect was complete. Gray’s Ei*gy wa not n ' j more j* rtrrt cocupcsr.KXi. , • | drawn up ah **g thT.-treet in front f a i. htiilding in c-*utw) of ct*n-iriietu*n, w> ,! el*ae in their rear was a liig mortar, had (wo4eot deep, with that plartk* fo ®* j position randy fe*r the workmen. The i tace between the files for the passage **f j , the carriages bciug rather narrow, the I officer ordccvd bis men o fake a *tepl hack They did *o. and aUut twenty feet of; *■ sjft r> ” ioManianeomdy disappearco from j si|ft*t back**-. the front file, in tloee or der. preventing l!e rear rank from . j i erlnjj th<m*‘ , lve when tlieir lid'lstlwnl'lel rgaint the mortar bed They were sub merge*!. ami eveiy soldier * i f them had his { pretty uniform spoiled. They took cabs* ■ir. dr j spt'nt all hi nt that literal as the part of it was least - ! . riwf thin *' Sir Hfpt on owe day. on go dine in the hall, h could fold no ; | wwtc"at anftcieotly prmeutnMc, w he 1 I wrtat without and buttoned op his cent to I hide the Two hie ueighbora or ior m il h* l*ren issued . ; prohibiting wa>ter<ts‘:” d i **Ves. ? ’said the other.** "and th'-rc in* > h* anothtr mxt wo*k to J* away with ( tnoisttrs.” This was ihe ; *3uly remark which - .is fr > he- knew —hi* poverty i ( over excited aT (Ifciifd- . .njl ? . ( ; L-Li-Jiii I { . i\D Jl WCIII I’lßDlll I. . ! FOR TISioVKTOF AJ*IJUT.! I j I‘OI’KUT FORD, : of | SATXT MARYS COIWrY. : March 21>t. isdl. | _ J Ilumbkii. j SHINGLES, ! LATHS. BRICKS, j L’ME, HAIR.; I HASH IiOORH , r .d F|!ITTKH C '. ' >H .-at*-, at Ihe ren/ L-ffxt yrice Ir I I , _ .*r A PPH* iVr.! • unlii. in f*<c t • t- -j ■ rjj. rnJJ wr kia at th*‘ *'*"R r of j ;an I (tsritiHii Street* **r a! \r.Z i. ilic*-. ; \\’K*rl, Baiiun-re, M i. ! r-URN.** A SLOAN. J Vvr.V S"l *’ -If. ! T ) WJU ’I IT MI Y COXCJZHX. 1 , I !.er-t'V , -*rw,.r . All p- r • *•. \r : •j'.'eTrr. j ; ■ .'.‘Mint .*{ .ryV *tinf>. •r . nz : *! n- ! j jn'Ceptinj;, *r a*Tie-wti,,r it, *,.y ni- • I I ncr troilii.g f<T, *.y Htair. i.r Hill ..f K j ! .r "rder, ftrawn .r •iul -fm-J in in* jj * Dane, hy vvtii* n i ntw hr iiia'ir in any way r ip nll>lr, units.-* tin- miik lias l<rcn t*ue ti\ land with my knowledge and c*.uml;l, j witneS'CH. hereby cive iv-'iee lint, 1 li< ' l bjMHwu .1' Mii-h I >ral i iiarraw-i-f! *a i*n ii have Urn mad* vvitn*ui in\ ku**w le*ls*r. ( KUZA IIERF I*4 KERCH, Waveilv, , I’rirjce U* C" . 1 Md Marr-h 14:1 , j NOTirt TO T.AESPASM-IRS. I * i J 4 bl< are hereby f*<re-;ri.r.l fr *m I i l’iee|*as*mx with d*jf. >;im *r oticrwis' any pail >l my unit ea.led “TOWN CREEK” I Inealrd n*-ar the Patuxent river in this ountr. i * an*l a!r {f.*m comtuittins Irprtdati>.it* upon | | tlie ah ore a r*f faim by or 1 i *>lh ria*. Ax*<ni>t any and !l i j found irmpaseiug *fer tlie puhlirati'-n of ini- t ! notice, the law will lr *nf*rcr*l. j GKUKUi: FOiißKa. } March 14th, Ib^l—-Iw. Wbii THE LEGISLATURE. II. WIhSTIN, K>q., i* r-c. n;mer d tf tl i> county a* i •'luiamtu I next Man land, * Mask Esikiciw.. rOR THE r,EGISL4TCRE*f t • The frtfciuU RICHAKH OTLTGN wr es*l Wie ianc !<• the v.torn f this eeh*ty a* ! a . ink c|> ( ntiairdHaKi4jiMittt eactsidrrarinn. 1 * j -‘if w.*7 9V? j jpoß tb* LF-amLATuar. ROBERT C. TO.H&, ’(d to the 4f this co’inly as a candidal* for the Leetslatarr. anrl will •# sp|4ini by MANY FKiKNHd.T i Feb. 9*h, Ifiil-tf. r—r- - -.-'^rs:=-Tasss.:j.'j —its appointed Cimo.isbioa- p > 'a J V'.' *V, *':Be Circuit f*.r bai'.t Ms ry b SmHßat \ land, ?lay ft and *l:yide ti.e | RrsllNtSlfi" F John S. Praiick, late of said > I county, ile-rased, hereby give notice to ait j : concent, thst they wti! meet ou the preui- i *e c*f (kvori. nn MONDAY, the ol April, isei, j (if fair, if not the, next lair day thereafter) to i execute tins trust su as afortuid c* m*L.Ued ’ them by the sal*. Ourt. JOSKTIf ABELL, JOSEPH A MAGI IT.. Ir.S mu* hayhen. STEPHEN HAkDSN. ( ar.MtM’ watbkn. ; Cw*u*<4<kv ra, *. , flUn&’.ik i£7l- 40,1 { • - I H A CARD. Iwr GUSTAV IS G VNTI’.H, Uvin* tyf Ufci i*t I’ll 4rl*f— If di, tally fliwi Wa pr- *e.**i>wal rnri mf'fb* hie. Fl* offi w V th.: r*rtnrly occupied by ; Dr. .1. ITs eiiuiw, wlvre can atw V. tomh! exempt wt -* pr-fo d natty j Kmtnrr.i k. —iSwnviel Cb* w, M I) p r . . fewr *t i'.iuciple* and Pri*ii. o| M.wil l U a in Ihr riiivermiv < r M.iryUtul. i March T*h 10in. SHERIFFS SALE Oh VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. W i m*Y virinp *f tw !ve write of Vndi i Kxponas. isHned out of tbe I for Smut Marv County, j utn? Hnit *i iimi I* Burch u>- u f j ( L. I;luu9tooP ClI LUC U . I>. tiut<;hiOi, luf f John A. Burroughs: nm> at the I atiit of .James B *c.* uic of Henry G, Gamer; oft*’ al Dir suit of J 4in T. (Tarkc: one at the *uh of J.tnies Disco • ofT tbtwald Wilson; oe at the suit of James Bi*ooo hm >f Richard H. Miles: one at t!w anil of Jwac* Hwcoe use of Henry G. Gamer: one at the suit of ; John A Burroughs; cm at tbo salt of | Bob* it N Milburi: at tbo*ttii of Ro bert T. Barber Rxwsutur c( Richard Mat t i n ghia^flmof C. C. one at the suit r. nn A* M.uh. :i; and n Hi livMry G Gamer, ssinst the chattels. lands and tenements of John F. 1 Kr'j •*! to me directed, I have geierj 1 and taken in execution all - the right, J title, interest. props rly, claim and dc iinand, at law and in equity, of the said J.hli H K \vt nl-o. he vhtnr of one writ ! of Venditioni Kxpmiaa i**>n*' l o. nf tf. e j Circuit tVurt t>>r M*rv’s Conniv, lat the ►nit of Lukii IV. B. * Hutchins u *e iof A Luck *tf, agint tli~ * [ and rl'a’til.s lands" And of J-.h , 1 11. K* V and I >: ’li} Turner, and to mo d - , reeled. I have seiz il *nd iukvn in f*xrc • ti**n all ill* ri, r h. ml#. inr*, propert*, claim and dclnNlnl. at law an i in *;oaji # I *•' wild .f*‘hu I!. K*\\ md Philip Tnm r *, •in aij !to t!ia lot’ twin;? property to • :‘>ne tract, or parcel of land called and known ae. “BOND’S REST” , 'n* tra* t or parcel of Und a, J ku <v. n ae—- “GRAVELLY HILLS’* pne tract or ptre< 1 of land ewMed ond Kuiinvi ac— one tract or jar?'! of hud s.tjlr! srd ha*wr ah ••TART OF ' r IOO\rH rr^r,'T\^K” tr*Pt or r*aifil ot lam! eall*-l n>| Ut "wr ••• • TilK OTIJKK I* \HT OF KEY’S FHORK” The whole Wing cotumonly ru!ld iW k)JO U art — “HAMBURG” said land beiii/ located io f’hapiicO Pi trict, Saint Mark’s f’ounty, Md., nod con taining &&& -33* more or lest. And I Uneby giec not tee rhnt *m Fill I) \V, llw C2nd of MarcW next, ( at the Gourl door, ir. Lconsrd 'Own. Indwein the hoars of 12 o’clock M.. ami ft o’tdook, I*. M. I will exp'-f<> at public sale, to fli • bidder fr cash, the abovt dcccribci j'rrpcrty sosciird and taken in rxeentio®. Also tu &xti:fy officer’s cOnts on s ame. J. THOMPSON YATES. ShcriT. Feb. 2<*ta. ISrtl—te. HS~ b.y, Lred by Mr l.oi>g. owner of B'W ton, w an by linniori oU <-f Slender hy In dustry, ScnmiPe, by Tborn| l *n , H R*i tler. Daiijr Cr**pjx*r, Ctc!*-’- 'Anr, Ciisy L)i*tiicd—lUll*. Cnb'O. UDkU, i’rpt. Ot hello, .{tmt)ier. unpt, M<o too’rt Travell*t, out of >utp|. ewiisie hy the Oodojpliin Arebian. Kronribehliwe pedtgre®. H will be un, ibajO mui* Mrturtft cow.hmi* muf< of tie Htr'Arehv hiood'itt hi veins titan any hone ttowf living, oelni; difHcrudcil, lltronuh hU site -ilußt.tti ai.d *.irc Tnnolovti, drrwotly from Hir Arcl.y, and through Industry dre of Sen der end one of the hertt son* of Hlr Arohr, sgsin 'hi'n-h RMtler—tth* rite of l/tQjM SoflidKi) soother uibttngn*hd su oi 8r Arrhy. 5 ‘ . By h g g dun Dstey <>'<pper. through her eire (joy I), imi. im U drecended Irutn Mtsllcy, ai! ids family Wing dwrtogniab-* si for game and etvutncu. CUu*U i/ l*otU ie the eiro of Got. IWwc'e. fine oilt, Ike Marvel, whioh ran iu the Fad of’an, h*th at lisonerd Town aud in Vlrgims with rep'Hwa. Oiande Meclnotie %ri!l afard tbiaaraaon ftw ' S2 O. fr.r ..iooded mares, to oa duchargcd hy if na>4 in the ar*oit. For c\tuaxMt in the season, livery care taken, but no ire* pouaibikuy (js acchieote. Gtocm fat 60 | will stand at the Dead fSI CV ! ecu Hit oo At Tonard Town on At CKfton F*e^-rv GnbKGE O. TARLTON. . Feb. th. I®6l—tea. •9K999fHMBHraMM ITtlt U>W WnTifflfOß . D U WF.IiCH offer* MuweU' to the ***** [l l/MManl Tuan district a< fc CliH|4 h*t ( r>nptrvUor i*f t'u?* U<>-i 1 ... 1 it'fri tbrf iwm oi Itl *■ Htrirt tnjinpp rt ’ li| *. • | Feb 2Vh, •..: | . tof