Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, August 22, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated August 22, 1861 Page 4
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fio. 4, gums. w- *awwx- NEW MU fc TOW SMB. WE hovejnat returned from Baltimore city with n large and well-uolectod STOCK OP FALL and WINTER GOODS, to the inspection of which we in vite oar friends and the public. Our •stock of— i BOOTS. SHOES. HATS. CAPS, it Mperior. both in quantity and quality, to any heretofore offered in this market. — Our stock also embraces a Urge assort ment of — LADIES * DRESS GOODS, of every style and quality;— Ready-uuo/r (Vrf/any, Cassimrfts, Cussimeres and Fine Cloths: ■6-4 Full Cloth; 3-4 do; 6-4 Kerseys; 3-4 do, 5-4 striped and plaid Linseys: 3-4 Linttrys, and 3-4 Sheep* Cray. Our stock of GROCERIES is large and embraces a large supply of— Baron, I/unl, Butter , /Tour, Chert*, Fith , Firth Burk-reheat Flour, dr., dv. We have also on hand a Urge assortment rnf FINK LIQUORS, including— Winet, Brandies and Whiskeys, of the most approved brands. Our whole stock of g>od.s having Iweti pur chased for cash, we flatter ourselves that we are able to offer superior inducements to buyers, both as to price and terms. SIMMS A MADDOX. Nov. Bth. 1860—tf. NOTICE. .fWVHE o*-|*Hrtiiendiiy bcrctofoie existing JL under iho firm of COTTIN’GHAM fit HARDING is this day diw**lced by mutual consent. Wm. H Harding is abmc-author* J/cd to settle the business of the firm. SAMUEL COTTINGIIAM, WM. H. HARDING, Baltimore Jan. 1 18*il —4w. The undersigned, having fbwght out tin? Interest of Samuel Goltinghain of the linn oi Cntlingham & Harding, will hereaftet conduct the busmens in his own Name. —and he miM vcspectfully solicits the f vor of the firiemU ot the old Firm. WM. 11. HARDIN 3. MARYLAND AGRICULTURAL WORKS. TO THE FARMERS OF HI. MARTS —1 would vcspectfully call your at teiition t my large assortment of IMPLE MENTS, I am maim fact urn ig and pre paring a larger assortment of Ayrindlurut bn jlouents then 1 have ever before offefed to (lie public—Horse Powers aud Threshers, Wheat Fans, Corn Mnla, Coro Shelters, Ploughs, Harrows: Cultivators, xod many other articles to numerous to mention. I can supply the Farmer with every thing ho may want. With regard to il.wso Powers I would call particular attention to n line Jot of FELTON'S TRIFLE (SEARED POWERS, to icork scith or frithoul baud, nthtch sure mot surpassed in this or nay other market ; and 1 most respectfully invite those who are in waul of Machines to give me a call, as I feel confident that I ran suit the pur chaser. I am making a COHN MILL fur grinding Com al Hume. This is a£ood Mill, has boentortcJ and pronounced so l.y expe rience judges. Tu this 1 ask your a|c cial Sfeitiou. \ NHer you my sincere thanks for the kind now heretofore shown me ami heg a cou tiuaauce of your favors,/efermined to make • strong effort to pleas*/all who give me their custom. Orders will meet with prompt atten tion by directed to WILLIAM H. IIAUDING, U 0 Trail street Wharf ’, Baltimore, Aid. Feb. 7th, 18CI — ly aagaass r ~i ■ Paiut Branch Woolen Factory, WOOL! WOOL!! WOOL!!! THE subscribers respectfully return their thank* to their former customers, and inform them, and the public, that they arc prepared to manufacture WOOL into all kinds of negro Clothing, WgUpSgl ' Flannels. BUnkelmg, Ac.. Ac., WNf at sliort notice. They solicit the dumba liberal patronage of Farmers and Planters Imving WOOL or in want of such goods.— Terms liberal aud accommodating, and will be made known on application by letter or dherwise. Cw. W. Wibon.of Upper Marl boro PriiM George’s County. will receive Wo4 r order*. The undersigned will call and get Wool when untitled. Wool will also b received from Commission Merchants of Baltimore or Washington at our exjK-nse and goods returned. All work warranted to give *a i is fact ion • B & J. FAWCfTTT, Colepville, Montgomery Co., Md. May 80, 1861— 2 m. B. UKIU. i. gICODBIIITS. C<EO. P. THOMAS J. U. HARDESTY. WITH. HEIM, NICODEMUS A CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN MISI 6 WISSTIC UUIL WPKTBUY DESCRIPTION, KO. 383 BALTIMORE ST. BALTIMORE. March Id, IB6o—tf. BUSINESS NOTICE. ALL persona indebted to me on Tavern ac count wilt come forward and settle tin mint without delay aft I wish all claims due m< cleaad forthwith. I intend hereafter to d*> at exclusive CASH bueineeft and am determine* to give no credit for BATING, DRINK |NCv or HOESfi FEED from the lot of Janua ary. 1861. f JOHN F. PENWICK, Propnttor* Union Hotel; January 3rd, 1861—l r . LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, BRICKS, LIME, HAIR, SASH. DOORS ana SHUTTERS, FOR ulo, at the ver i lowest price for CASH nr APPROVED credit, before 4my :g,-call anil see ns at Hie corner of F.uta-v uni German Streets or at 132 Light Street Wharf, Haiti more, lid. TIURNS A SLOAN. March 21st 1861—tC BUSINESS NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to roe on Tavern he count will come forward and settle the name without delay as 1 wish ail Haims due me Hosed forthwith. I intend hereafter to do an exclusive CASH business and am determined to give no credii for HATING, DRINKING or HORSE FEED from the Ist of January Ibfil. J. W. J. MOORE Proprietor, Washington liu el. January 3rd, 1861 —tf. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS f WIHE under argued has just returned from th* JL City with ijie largest .ana heal selected stock ul FALL,mid WINTER GOODS ever olfere.l to tlieciiizeiis of St. Mary ‘a County, consisting, • n part, of very superior quality of I leavy Goods fm Servants ’ rhithtns, at the most moderate prices—also Bouts and Shoes of the most sub- Manual make, anil brat material. Besides Cloths, Uussimeres, vestings and till kinds of tine dress Goods, tor Ladies and Gentlemen—-a rare full) selected, and well assort*& stock of ready made clothing, nmimfiwni red expressly to order, and a variety ot ofalniost evei y kind no where else to be found in (he county, lie respectfully so licits a cull from those desiring to purchase, feel ing assured that his thorough acquaintance with the business, resulting from a long residence in the city, will enable him to offer such induce ments as willdefy competition. E. 11. JONES, Clifton factory. September 27th , B>Tj—ly. PATUXENT RIVER LAND f 0 SALE. IF not sold at private snip before SAT DIKDAIf, tletid*er the 20th, 1860, I will idTer at public sale, in the village f CHAR LOTTE HALL, on that day, tiw JPAICHI on which 1 now resile. Tins Farm is situated on t*v Patuxent River, adjoining the lands of Mrs. K. L Thomas and Maj. James Collins, and con tains ONK THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND Persons wishing lo purcliSac land of sujs* rior quality, where g*mml health and all the delicacies of the water arc to ie had, are requested to csW and examine the premises. Stemmy's, to and fr>*m Ualtiniore, pass this land every day. This Farm will lie divided ir.d sold it. three parts. Terms made known on application to iht under si gwe-i, ami |h<sscssi.i wiH lie given on the first day eg* January, VV. J. CARTWRIGHT, Charlotte Hall. P. 0., ♦Saint Mary’s Countv, Md Angwst S(Mh, IB6o—tf. JAMES WILKINSON, GROCER & CHmSSIOH UEBCB&I1T, No. 123 Dugan’s Wharf, BALTIMORE. Keeps constantly mi Iwtml a large assort ment ol SC PEIUOU P\MILY GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Tobacco, Su gars, Ac., which will lie sold at the lowest market prices. Produce of all kinds sold on commission, 1 shall ouly do a CASH COIHUtisSiOH Mine**. Nov. 29th, 1800—tt VALUABLE MANUFACTURING PROPERTY IFdHB THE valuable property, known as CLIP TON FACTORY and GRIST MILL (water power), situated on the Head Waters of St. Mary’s nver in Saint Mary’s county, Md., and emhnuing about three hundred and fifty acres of land, is ottered at Private Sale. This property lias on it a STORE HOI SK, which is a good stand for business, HOTEL, DWELLINGS, Workshop*. Ac. The pro perty will be wild on accommodating terms. For further particulars, apply to. THOMAS \V. GOUGH, JO. FORREST. Leonard Tcwn P. O. Nov. 15th, 18G9 —tf. roonntn Uss2 cnattTEaEt) 1854 LOCATED COR. or BALTIMORE & CHARLES Sts. Baltimore, Md. 7*e Largest, Most Elegantly Furuiihrd and Popular Commercial Collrgi in the United Slates. Designed Expressly for Young Men Desiring to obtain a Thorough Practical Busi ness Education in the shortest possible time and at the least expense. A Large and Beautifully Ornamented Curu . lar. containing upwards of Six Saimaa Feet, > with Specimen •/ Penmanship, and a Large Eu • D he fine* l of the kind ever made in this i country) representing the Interior View of the 1 College, with Catalogue stating terms. Ac., . will be sent u> every Young Man on application, . free of charge. ... .. Write immediately and von will receive tin package by return moil. Address P 7 E. K. I.OSIFR, Balnature \l J. January 24th, 18^1—ly. ISAAC JACKsOff. CBS. DIMM HARMONY GROVE NURSERIES. i JACK.SON A CO., Propmtors. (Soccattoas to TBOd. M. HAiVET,) j i Jenncrville, Cheater County, Pa. i ' 1 To the Farmers and Planters of St. Mary’* < and adjointug counties. 1 THE subscribers beg I save to call attention to thetr large stock dor the PaH trade- Appics; Pears, slambwd and dwarfi Cherries; Peaches; Plums; Apricots; Neclannee, all se ' lecicd and choice varieties. One small trust department comonsei every thing in its class. Strawberry, one hundred varieties; Gtapee, , fifty vaneties-.Currani, Raspberry, Gooseberry, I Rhubarb or Pie Plant, Asparagus. Our slock of ORNAMENTAL TREES is very -heavy, and comprint* ail the common ami j most of the nem', both evergreen and dinduous ; Roses, Dahlias aud bedding phials of • v<r L“s srnptioa. Osage Orange for hedging- This pistil is detluieu soon to supercede all otriers fur this {Hirnose, being hardy, a rapid grower, its . Strang thorns offering an impassible barrier to all kinds of slock Our stock is healthy and a'ell grown, and our prices will be found ns lour las any other establishment. Orders soliciledj Address ISAAC JACKSON A CO., Jennerville, Chester Co., Pa P. S. Catalogues furnished on application. Reference —Francis J . Stone, Btoomslmry; J. Eil win Coed, Locust Grave,St. Mary ’scouniy. Auent. —G. Fred. Maddox, who is agent for this caiupany, hill attend to all orders left with him. Sept. 13th, IB6o—tf. * WANTEb. rilllF subscriber wishes to buy a lot of j ■> LIKELY YOUNG NKGRORS, fl*otb ! sexes, for which the highest market prices will ; Mm; paid. Persons wish -ng to sell, who may t o i*e himr during his present tour through the ; Solithen counties of the State, will have their orders promptly responded t *. by addressing— -1 ALLEN S. DOKSKY. Washington, D.C., Fell. 2nd, 18(5(1 —tf. plows! O. 18, 10 and lftj> M Sr 11. PLOWS. No 7, 8 and ft Improved Davis, & Shears.lust received and for sale by SIMMS & MADDOX. CIGAR MANUFACTURERS, to G. W. Dwyer & Co.) PRIME CIGARS, ( oar own manufac ture, constantly on hand. Me liave also a largo slock of excellent CHEWING and SMOKING TCROACO, SNIJFF*S and FANCY ARTICLES, Which we arc prepared l •• furnish our cus tomers on reasonable terms, Jan. 10th 18G1 —tf. NEW GOODS. ELEO SPALDING has just record! one • of the best selected stocks of GOODS he baa ever had, which he offere for sale very low. lie would call particular attention <o uw stick of— Lad toe’ Dress Goods, \ White Goods, Linen Cambric awl Silk Pocket rtattiltoercmew, l.adics’ and Gee’s Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves Ladies Mantles and points. Cloths, Chvssimcre Silk Vestings, Arc. April 20th, 18C5— 3y QUICK QUICK LIME !! KENNEDY’S SCHUYLKILL LIME. 80 well known in Pennsylvania, Delaware New Jersey and the Northern and Eastern portion of this State, as being superior to any other for agriculttuxd improvement, is for the first time placid within the reach of the fann ers aud planters of St. Mary’s and adjoining counties, through the agency of the undersign ed, who is prepared to sell on nrcommodatimj trims any quantity of Quick Lime, deliverable as per agreement on the shores of any of tin river, or baysin said counties. Orders solicit? 01 * JNO. A. CAMALIER, Aijent Leonard Town, M<l,, March 3rd, 185ft—8m The following analysis recommends this lime as possessing properties (far superior to nny , tLer) necessary to be applied to tliclamlsiiuhi* section, which are known to be deficient; in both me and magnesia : Laboratory ofSlott Chemist No. 2ft Exchange HuildingF Baltimore, Md., June 30th, 1857 Report of analysis of 5 samples of Srln y Limestone, marked respectively No 1 (u hi No 1 (blue). No 2 (white). No 2 (blue), 3 (top), for John Kennedy, Eq.,of 1 Kennedy. Montgomery Co.,Pennsylvania. The above samples of •‘Schuylkill Lmieston were found, apon analysis, to be composed l.ows . No 1 (w) 1 (I.) 2(w) 2(b) 3 (i) Carbon, o Lime. 6U 9, G 4.7, 60.5, 56 I, 57 I Carbon. ofMag ,38.2,34.1, 3H.3, 42-4, 4. Sand, Clay & 1r0n,0.9, 1.2, 1.2, 15, 2 3 100. The above Schuylkill Limrstor.es ate ATspr sinn Limestones, of pretty nearly eq mil com pc aition. They are most especially adapted to fLi application on soils which arc deficientin boll Lime tarn Magnesia. JAMES HIGGINS. POUT LMK OUTHItTIL. SAINT MARTS COUNTY. MD., THE proprietors of this well known and popular eatabibliment, respectfully in form the citizens of Saint Mary’s and the ad joining counties, that (he Hotel at place will remain open until the fir.-lday of Novetu l*r next. The bathing at this place is excel lent and visitors will certainly find and enjoy

•ul the amusements ami comforts usually found at a first class watering place. UKFLKUOWBR & 00-. I‘roprk-b r>. July 11th, 1861—t-oct. Ist. THRESHING MACHINES. I have for sale the PeUon TripU Geared I Horse Powtr and W. W. Dingee A Co’* rvu Thrttker, r itk Reroldny Straw Garner. ['be machine is war ranted to render satofac ion to all pwrchasrra. The price of 8 howe tower. 80 inch Thrwber and Straw-Cnmer. lelivered at any wharf in Si. Mary s comity, i $lB5. ~ Farmere are invited to call at my Store va Leonard Town and examine this Thresher. K. LSO. SPALDING. June 28th, IB6o—tf. iTltaaK bt7 j*. h hemcki JAS R. HERBERT & BRO. TOBACCO AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Nc . ssoraaUc UOlllasiverthSti.. ■ A L.TIMO It i MP. REFERENCES. John Hopk ins.Presiden ’ Merchant >Baiik Trueman Ceos*.CashieCin merela. an Fanners’ Bank. . (jeo. W. Howard & Co., Baltimore. Doer, Norris &. Co., “ R. Hickley & Bro., Penniman &. Bro., ** Whitney, Cushing A Comstock, Balt. (JF.O. A. SIMMS. JO. H.*MAPPOX BUSINESS NOTICE. r P!!E undersigned have this day formed a * Gt-Partnersbip in the BUSINKSS in I/conanl Town, under tht name and style of SIMMS tf* MADDO\ and are now bnrine;*!* at the store lately occupied hv fie**. A. Simms & Co. l!cy SO" licit a continnamt of the very liberal pat ns nauc which was exit mini to the late firm. GKO. A. SIMMS, JO. 11. MADDOX. Oct. 23rd, I SCO. Oct. 25th, 18C0—tf. JAMES S. DOWNS, attorney & counsellor at law, Leonard Town , Si. Mary's Co. , JM., Will practice iu St. Mary’sand thcad joinin' counties. Feb.loth 1869. TUB SAINT MANY’S FEMALE SEMINARY THE next annual session will commenci on SATURDAY, the 15ih of Sepnmi her, under the direction of Miss LEIGH, as Principal , assisted by a coip ; of efficient and experienced Teachers. The course of ii\struction is as thorough a: it any oilier insulation in me country, ant it less than half the usual expense. Tin scholastic yeai is divided into two terms o live months each, Ckargxis, per term, payablt in advance: (nr all the branches of a thorough English education, including Board, Tuition, Wasliing, Fuel, Lights and Bedding, $75,01 Stationery, 2.6( Tuithm foe day pupils, including fust, 21.0( SEPARATE BBAKCUBS: French, 14.01 Music, with the tine of Instrument, 25.01 Drawing and Painting, exclusive of materials, 6.01 Painting in Oil Colors,exclusive of materials, 10 D( For further information, or lor Circulars apply to the Principal, St. Inigoes Pos Otiice, Saint Mary’s County, lid. C. BILLINGSLEY. President of the Board ol Trustees. August ICth, IB6o—tf. A CARD. Doctor oustavus canter, iiavm* located himself in Charlotte Hall,rcspcct fully offers Ida prolwsional services to the pub lic. His office is that formerly occupied b) Dr. J. F. Shaw, where he can always Ik found except wlicn professionally engaged. Rkkkuksck. —Samuel Cliew, M. 1). Pro" lessor of Principles and Practice of Medicim in the University of Maryland. March Tlh 1801—10 m. SPRING GOODS. A large supply of Howard Duck. Peni tentiary Plaids, Ac. just received ami for sale by E. LEO. SPALDING . . ■ I 'i _ i u* u -- - - - " lll,rr — LUMBER \ SHINGLES!! FLORIXG. AC. WE invite the attention of our friends and consumers, generally, in St. Mary s and adjoining counties to our extensive assortment of seasoned BUILDING MAILIt/ALS. AH parties contemplating the erection ol Dwellings, Barnes, &.C., will find it greatly Uj their advantage It* give ns a call, as we can sell at lowest rates for cash or Negotiable pa ler. Doors, Frames, Sash, Ac., furnished at Mill prices. Orders filled for Bricks, Lime, Hair, Nails, Ac. No Wharfage charged on Vessels receiving Luiulmt from our Yard. CARSON, ZIMMERMAN, A CO., West side Union lh*ck, Norfolk Boat Wharf March 29*h, 18C0— tf. NOTICE. THE undersigned wish to inform the people of Saint Mary’s and adjourn | tug counties, that they have just completed j a FIRST CLASS RAILWAY, and are prepared to haul out vessels of any size, and will REPAIR, CAULK, Ac., on the must reasonable terms. Prompt attention to all work. and quick dispatch will be given in all cases. The Railway it* situate*! about a quarter of a mile from Leonard Town on a fine ovster creek, where wc will also build SCOWS BOATS, or VESSELS, if i required. t*n the lowest terms A HARRIS, NORRIS A FOXWELL. 1 July PJth 1 SOO—tf. ARCHITECT* WILDER fRIHE undersigned has made such arrange* m menu as will enable him to execute all .wuikiu hie line at BALTIMORE PRICES, with promptr.net and despatch. He suliciU a call from his friends and the public. V. CAMALIKR, Leonard Town Jan. 26th. 1860—4 f. NOTICE. j /VHIE undersigned Ings leave toinformehis i friemis and the Public, that he is still at j the OLD STAND,in Leonard Town, earning j !on BLACKSMITHING. GUN, LOOK SMITHING. SHEET IRON AND STOVE j WORK—in short, iron work of all descrip- j titers.such as repairing CARRIAGES, BUG GIES. ROCK A WAYS. CARTS, WAGONS, HORSE SHOEING, FARM WORK of all kind-; also HEATERS, THRASHERS and Dl ILLS. With his experience of 11 yean-in a Machine Shop, he thinks that he cat. do any kind of Rhu'k>inith Work from a knaedle to an anchor, and on reasonable terms. New Wag ons ami Carls built cheaper than can be done at any other simp in this place. HOUSES SIIOKD at the shortest notice. JAMES A. M’DATURA N. Blacksmith. January 12th, IB6o—tf. NOTICE. E. LEO SPALDING returns his thanks to • his numerous oust*-uirr* for the Literal patron age he has received frtkn them, and pledges himself to keep a CHOICE STOCK OF GOODV always on hand, which will be sold ! very low for cash or its equivalent. E. LEO SPALDING, April 2nd, 1000 April sth, 18C0—Iv. VOLUNTEERS WANTED. CITIZENS of this county who may bt desirous of uniting in the formation of a CAVALRY COMPANY are requested I*, leave their names at the Store of Mcssr Minims V Maddox in this village. January 3id, l£bl—tf CORN MEAL, fresh from the Steam- Mill of J. 11. Maddox. Also, a fresh supply of BUTTER, CHEESE,Ac in store aud for sale by SIMMS A MADDOX. Dec. 20th, I£CO. TIIADTk. IMtEUSS, Attoney aud Counsellor at Law, Lennart I J own,St. Mary's County Maryland WMJ ILL prat lice in the C-mrtsof hit. Mary*.- T v and adjoining Counties. Jan 13th.l85'J—tl. PETITION FOR THE BLN KG IT OF THE IN'SOLVEXT LAIVS OF MARYLAND , Circuit CXurt for St. Mary’s Co„ > March Term 1801. J ORDERED by the Court that tlie Creditors of JAMES A. MORGAN, a j*etitKncr for the benefit of the Insolvent Laws of Ma ryland. bo and appear licforo the Circuit Court for St. Mary’s County on the third M<day <f November next, to show cause, if any they i have, why the said James A. M organ, shall ) not have the benefit of the said laws: provid ed a copy of this order la* inserted in the St. I Mary’s Beacon once a week for three inonths beforc the said third Monday iu November i . ext. By order, JAMES T. BLAKISTONE, Clerk. July 25th, 1861—3 m. . sscd mmr&ws* RAN away from my estate in Medley’s Neck, about 10days ago, negro man ~ COLUMBUS. He was IxTiigiit out of the estate of wsamrn*- Mrs. Cusick and has a wife living at Mr. George Tar lion’s at Forrest Landing, head ol Cuckold's creek, near which place ho is doubt less lurking. lie stoops a little, is of a light chocolate complexion, and about 30 years of ige. I will give the above reward for his ap prehension and delivery to me or for his con finement in the county jail, Leonard Town. JO. 11. MADDUX. Sept. 16th, ISGo—tf. " NOTICE. r| MIE undersigned ha* just received a large supply of Ladies TARTY aud BALL Goods consisting ot White and Colored Tarlctona, Ladies white Kid Slipper Ladies White Kid Gloves. &c. ike. Also, Gents While Kid Glove*, Gents Fancy Neck Ties, Gents’ Fine Shirts, and Collars, &c. &c. E. LEO. SPALDING, Leonard Town. January 3rd, IbGl—tf. ALBERT TEECiO. J. S. Uoß'iA> TREGO &. MORGAN. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And Wholesale Dealers in Llqu oR S AAD Cl Cl AR S, N 0.37 CIIEAPSIUE, near Praltst., JkILTIMORh fO- Every description of country Produc entrusted loouicale will UC'ii tfc I tun lion. AprilSth.i 858— tf. notice. ALL persons wishing to communicate with me by I enter, w il Idi reel meir cor respond* nceby .n niuo Por tTobaccoCharkl county. MJ., or by sit amer St. Nicholas, o Channel Point .Charles county , Mt.. WM. T. CAMPBELL. Feb. 3rd. 1859—ti. LUMBERHOTICE. BURN’S & SLOAN return their thanks to the Farmer* for their liher.<( patronage for the year part. Their K f LUMBER is larger than ever ami better a. sorted; aud W are determined to offer great inducements to cash buyers. Apply si t<.o corner of KnUar and German streets, or at 1 o j Light street Wharf. BURNS & SLOAN'. I Baltimore 111 Feb. 2nd, 18C0— ROBKRTSON & BKISCOK, SUCCESSORS to R. H. MILES, AT HIS OLD STAND, 149. W. PRATT STREET BALTIMORE, Respectfully offer tum *ervic * & fizenia, for the sale of TOBACCO HUM A r . and all kinds of PRODUCE, p . . | ug their untiring effort* to render satisfaction ail who may patronise them. Liberal a*i vanccs made on consignments. March 22nd, 1800—tf. J. H. LUCK ITT, Stock, Note, Bill, And Real Estate Dicker, 81 Second Street, B ALTIMORB Reference*. P. Gil**mi, Cashier Bank of Balt BaUimOi .. C. R. Cleumn, Cash. Mechanics’ Bank, J, M. Buck, Gash. Franklin Bank, Thomas Carson, Banker, Thomas D. Johnston, .T. 0, Adams. Warwick, Frick & Ball, R. Mickle, Cash. Union Bank of Maryland Dali. B. A, Vickers, Pres. Marine lk\nk, Johnston Bro. & Co., Banker*. Joeiuu Lue & Co., Hugh Jen* kins & Co. Young A* Carson, Wui, Pinkney Brook**. II ashiogUm. 1). C. May 24th, 1800—if. B VIL U Ell ’A* MATERIALS Tl ic undersigned would res*)ectfully call th utlcntion of the Public to their large asaert ; uient of DUOUS, DLLS'!)*, SASH, DOoIl FRAMES, WIS DOW FRAMES, W,iSU HOARDS, CAS IS US, MOULD IS OS, MAS TLKS, and every description of House Build ing materials, which they have constantly ou baud, and which they can furnish at the short • si notice. Th**y arc also prepare*! to furnish at the shortest notice FIS AME WORK fur Gmntry Houses, Cottages, and suburban Residence#, according to any plan or design, all ready titled to be put up on their propos ed sites. m Farmers and others, desirous of building in the country, would tind it to their advantage by giving us a call before purchasing else where, as we arc fully prepared to execute work ou the most reasonable terms. And the advantages, which we oiler in preparing all the materials that may be necessary in con structing a house, will he found to save the Builder a great deal of vexatious delay and expense. Hat All orders left at their office or ad dressed to them by mail will meet with promp and satisfactory attention. MAUGHI.IN k JOHNSON, .Steam Plaining Mill and Sash Factory, East Falls Avenue, neat Pratt Street Bridge Warehouse No. 55, Prattstreet, Next door to Penn & Mitchell,Dali. Md. April 19th, IB6o—ly. CHAIR AND FURNITURE ESTABLISHMENT. WE. ANDERSON, JSos. 10 &. 12 e Second Street between Frederick Street and Marsh Market Sjmre, Baltimore. , Having the largest Ware rooms and bert assortment of Cabinet Furniture in the city, t is prepared to sellevery article in hislme upon f the most liberal and accommodating terms. . Having had a long experience in this line el . business, he flatters himself that he can com pete, as to excellence oi material, beauty ci workmanship and range ot prices, with any establishment oi the sort in this or any other city. His general stock embraces a lull and ’ complete assortment o i Parlor Chairs, Sofas, Rocking Chairs, Spring Lounges, Chamber Suits, liar room, Office and Dining Ckmrs, French Tete a-Tetes, Stilus, Arm Chairs, Mathases, Looking Mewses. Ac., of every va -41 riety and description, lie has also on hand Bedsteads of hs own manufacture, which can be put up and taken down in two mia r utes. Persons from St. Mary*s, wishing to purchase Furniture, are requested to call aad examine his Stock before buying elsewhere Be sure to find the right place Nos. 10k 12 Second .Street—Warehouse with 80 lee i, irout aud 8 large Folding doors. August llth 1859—1 y. JOTINfT CLARKK.r^ Wholesale and Retail Grecey AND , (Commission J)ler(i)attl, HAS moved to tiie fine and commodious WAREHOUSE. Ho. 164 West; Pratt St, near Light, and begsleave to inform his friends and the public that he ha* on hand a large and gen. eialassortmeni oi GROCERlES,consisting m part of— GOVERNMENT, JAVA.LAOUIRA and RIO COFFEE REFINED AND BROWN SUGARS.o every grade c GUNPOWDER.IMPERIAL.Y.HYSON , BLACK TEA S. GOLDEN SYRUP, NEW ORLEANS and W. I. MOLASSES; SPERM, ADAMANTINE and MOULD CANDLES; FAMILY. EXTRA. SUPERFINE and BUCK WHEAT FLOUR.kr. e He also invites theespecialattentioo of his • friends and customers to his exteasive stuck s of IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC LI , GtUORS. which hare been selected with the greatest care and cannot fail to please. Baltimore, Match 4lh, 1859 | March lOth I>s9—ly.

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