Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, September 5, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated September 5, 1861 Page 4
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f UNION HOTEL, LEONARD TOWN, MD.. FOR BAl>' OR RifiNT. ntUB anbecriU* .i.tending to change hi* I Mu'*. **•"■ the UNION HOTEL fur £gfc ur lUmt The 0*444. Stable* nd other building are i** wUwt caodkkm, mad th- stand l !•• Sf **•— * Southern counties of the State. The Hotel w now in recdi* of a very good curtum, which could b. lar£y lacmwwl with .light TV iiiww. U-Wing od furniture will be gold with the Hotel The Terms will be lib •ft) and made t Niit tbe tuw*. l , *nio )e> •in. m of renting nr purchasing are turned to give (be FMpch-mr a Mil P.-wmsion given Immediately. JOHN F. FENWICK. Leonard Town. July lltb, Dxil-tf. Mam 158 cmaiitrate 1854 LOCATED COR. er BALTIMORE & CHARLES Sr*. Baltimubn, Mo. The Large*!, Mo* Elegantly Furnished and Papnlmr Commercial College i* Ike United State t. RwHwR BzprcMl? for Young Men Daainne • übuin • Thorough Practical Boat mm Education in the itturteii possible unit and at the least ex pens* . A Large and Beautifully Ornamented Circa br.cMtUMtif ujiwnrJii of Six S<to*u Ptcer, with Specimen ef Pn.mantkip, and a Large En graving (the ineat of the kind ner made in this •ountry) representing the Inierisr View of ihr College,• with Catalogue stating terms. Ac., Will be sent to every Young Man on application, fie* of charge. Write immediately and yon will receive tin package by return mail. Address E K I.OSIER. Baltimore MJ. January 94th, 144*1 ly. cm NOTICE. r!F. utuirtHfied Wgs leave to informehls friends and the Public, (hat he is still at the OLD STAND, in lamnard Town, carrying on DLACKSMITHING. GUN. LOCK RMfTHING, SHEET IRON AND STOVE WORK—in short, iron w**rk of all deacrip tions.such ss reiatring CARRIAGES, BUG GIES. ROCKAWAYS, CARTS. WAGONS, HORSE SHOEING. FARM WORK of all hinds; also REAPERS. THRASHERS and DKILIN. With hisexjwrience ol 11 years in • Machine Shop, he thinks that he can do any kind of Blacksmith Work from a kneedle to an anchor, and on reasonable terms. New Wag ons and Carts built cheaper than can l done at any other shop in this place. HORSES SHOEP at the shortest notice, JAMES A. M’CATIIRAN. Blacksmith. January 12tb, 1860—tf. PETITION FOB THE BENF.iI IT OF THE INSOLVENT Ui M S OF .tLIU YUtSD , Circuit f*r St. Mary’s Co„ ) March Term 1861. J /AROKRBD Wv tIM-Cmid that flw m*: Vf of JAMES A. MOKtiAN. a petitioner fur the benefit of tlie insolvent laiws of Ma> ryhnd. lie and ap|iear before tin* (Circuit Conn fur St. Mary’s County on (he third Monday of November next, to show cause, if any tliey have, why the said James A. Morgan, shall mil hate the benefit of the said laws: nruvid* 1 a copy of this rniier be inserted in the St. Mary’s Beacon once a week for three months before the said third Monday in November next. By order. JAMES T. BLAKKSTONK, Clerk. July 3Mb. 1841—3 m. RAN fnn my estate In Ri MidWjf'i Neck, about 10 day* ao. negro man COLUMBUS. gjy Ha wag bought out of the wtale ofmmna Mis. Owkk and haa a wife living at Mr. fUnrp TwHta'i at Forma landing, head of OkkukTs crack, near which place ho in douht kn lurking. He *to<*p a little. In of a light chucnlaie complexion, and about 80 yean of age. I will glee the alaive reward fur hie aj prehension and delivery to me or for hie cou naemant In the county jail, Leonard T<wn. JO. H. MADDOX. Sept. I*th, 1860 —if. NOTICE. R. LEO SPALDING return* his fbanke to his numerous customers for the liberal patron* age be kae received fnftn them, ami pledges himself to keep a CHOICE STOCK OF GOODS always on band, which will be sold very low for cash or its equivalent. E. LEO SPALDING, April 2nd, 1860 April Sth, IB6o—tv. - 1 1 CORX MEAL, fresh from the Steam- j Mill of J. H. Maddox. , Also, a fresh supply of BUTTER, CHEESE,fte In store and for sale by | SIMMS ft MADDOX. Dm. 30th, 1860. | THAI). K. PREUSS, Atteney and Oeeascller at Law, Leonard Mar jo County. Maryland WILL practice In the Guurtsof St. Mary’s and adjoining Counties. Jan lSth.lß*9—tl. ■Mgggggßi t ',Ff m I I'gggß PROFESSIONAL NOTCE. DR. HEKRT e. KDKLEN has ovedrem hi* Office to the Law Office heretofore occuphd by Q. Ftod. Maddua, Ihqr. He can alaejf* oe fc'iu.d. either at Ms Office or Mouth’* W, wheu.uot profisisionslly an gAJta. 10. IMl—ll i f —gyg ■ ! UUUEB MJTKE. (BURNS; * SLOAN return tlieir sincere II t baa kit to the Farmers for their libera! patronage (or the year part Their stock f LUMBER |i* larger than ever ai d better a aorted; and we are determined offce great i inducementil to rash buyr. Apply ar the | corner of Kdlaw aad Uetnan streets, or at 182 Light street! Wharf. BURKS & SLOAN. Baltimore, Md Feb 2nd|lßs - BUISCOE, TO R. H. MILES, AT via OLD STAMp. U, W. PRATT STREET | BALTIMORE, Respectfully *ier their #enrfm m agents. 1 for the sale of TOBACCO GHA IS. and all kinds of PRODUCE , pledg ng tln-ir untieing efforts to render satisfaction all who may patronise them. Liberal ad vances made du consignments. March 22dd. 1801—If. * J. H. LUCKETT, , Stocjk, Note, Bill, Axi* IRkal Estate Bboxkk, 81 Second Street, BALTIMORE Rfkkkkncks. P. Gibson, Cashier Bank of Balt. Baltimore. >< C. R. o>lenWtn. Maliaiiio* Bank. J. lf Hiud(. Cbldi. Ftaiikim Bank. Thomas .1. Carson, Banker, Tin*inas l>. Johnston. J. C. ' Adams. Warwick, Frirk A Ball, 11, Mirk I , * Jlkwh. Union ißank of Maryland Hall. 11. A. „ , Vickers, Pre* ; , Mari nr liMik, Johnston ftr*. A , | On., Bankers-.losiali la-e & CTo., Hugh Jen* ; t kim* & Co. Vimnc Carbon, Win. Pinkney . , Brooke. Il'aokim/ftot. D. C. May 24Ui,|li0— tf. bvu.d'er ; s~ MATERIALS I ~ * '‘ ’ j ) The undersigned would respectfully call th i attention < f tic Public to their large assort t incut of DOQUS, HUJV/i S. SASH. IH)OH FRAMES, HIS DOW FRAMES, WjiSH ■ HOARDS. CAS IX OS, MOULD IXOS. MAN * I TLES, and ejrery description of House Build > ing materials, which they have constantly on hand, and which they can furnish at the short est notice. They are also prepared to furnish at the i shortest notice FRAME WORK for Country Holies, Collagen, and suburban Residences, according to any plan or design, all ready tilted to be pul up oq their prov ed sites. Farmers and others, desirous of building in the country would find it to their advantage by giving us 4 call before purchasing clse ; where, mm w** are tolly prepared to exeetite ! work on the mfwt reasonable terms. And the i advantages, which we oiler in preparing all | the materials that may be necessary in con- i structing a bouse, will be found to save the Builder a great deal of vexatious delay and expense. ; BpF All orders left at their office or ad dressed to them by mail will meet with promp and satisfactory attention. M A LX* H LIN A* JOHNSON, Steam Plaining MiU and Sash Factory, East Falls Avenue, neat Pratt Street Bridge Warehouse No* 06, Pratt street, Next door to Penn & Mitchell, Bait. Md. April 19th, 1860 ly. CHAIR AND FURNITURE ESTABLISHMENT. WE. AiVUEUSUN, AW. It) & 12 • Second Street fttitreen Frederick Street and Marsh Market Space, BaUimvrr. Having (he largest Ware rooms and beM , assortment of iku/itut Furniture in the city, is prepared to tell every article in hit line upon (he most liberal and accommodating term?. Having had a long experience in tins line ol business, he drillers himself that he can com pete, as to excellence ol material, beauty oi workmanship find range of prices, with any establishment fit the sort in this or any other city. His general stock embraces a lull and complete assortment of ParU>r Chain, Sofas. Rot-king Chain , Spring lounges. Chambei Suits, Rar room. Office and Dining Cham, French Tele a*-Tetes, Settees, Arm Chain, Uattroses, JjoaHntf Glosses, dc., of every va riety and description. He has also on hand Bedsteads of his own manufacture, which can be put up,and taken down in two min utes. Persons?from St. Mary’s, wishing to ( purchase Furniiture. are requested to call and examine his Stock before buying elsewhere 1 1 TV sure to find ibe right place Nos. 10 & I ( > i* 1 Second Strert—Warehouse with 80 lee I front and 8 large Folding doors. August llth 1859—1 v. DENTISTRY. PERSONS needing the services of a first rate Dentist will do well to empiow Dr. J. RANDOLPH WALTON, who in tends locating himself in the village of I/Con ard Town. Order* addressed to him through the Leonard Town Post Office will receive prompt attention, lit* terms are cash. Dr. Walton has had considererable experience in bis profession, is moderate in his charges, and has invariably given satisfaction to those who have employed him. To give the readers of the Beacon some idea of the standing of Dr. W. as a PRACTICAL DENTIST, the fol lowing letter, addressed to him by Dr. Niuian Pinkney, U. & N., ia ap|teudcd : |J. S Naval Acapkwt, Annapolis, Maryland, April 21. 1865. Dkai Si:-j-It gives me great p*asure to express the confidence I havg in your skill as a Dentist, and lo recommend you, a* far as I have influence, to tlie patronage of tk Public. I have I uni anupportuuity of witnessing your mode of operation, ann have no bevit. tioo in i affirming that & exhibits your thorough knowl edge of you profession. 1 am, sir, very respectfully ‘ your obedient servant \ NINIAN PINKMT, Surgeon V. ? Dr. Ravpolph Walton, Anuapfi*. April 4lh,_*BCl—ll. LUMBER. - ) SHINGLES, LATHS. BRICKS. LIME, HAIR. BASH. DOORS ad SHUTTERS, FUHsaie, at fhfwjftoiwi#/iriisffi*CASH or APPROVED credit. Before buy ing. call and nee uat the corner of Bnta*v ami German Streets nr at IS2 liffat Stiw* Wharf, Baltimore, Ml. BORNS & SLOAN. March 21st 1861—If. BUSINESS NOTICE. ALL persona iafebid to ms or Tavern Re count vHI couMt forward and settle (lie sHiue without delay aa t wish ail chums due me rlnacd forthwith. I intend hereafter to do an exrlmti.e CASK baeinesn and am determined to give no credit for EATING, DRINKING or HORSE PEED from the Ist of January I Mil. J. W. J. MOORE . Proprietor, Washington Hotel. January 3rd, 1861—if. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS Til HE undersigned has just returned from the 1 City with die largest, ana beat selected stock ut FALL,and WINTER GOODS ever offered to tliecitizenaofMt. Mary’s Gounyr, consisting, n part, of very superior quality off I envy Goods ; fvt Servants’ clothing, at the moat moderate j prices—also Bouts and Shoes of the most sub- I stuuliul make, ami best material. Besides Cloths, j Cassnneres, vestings and nil kinds of fine dress | , Goods, lor LndieK and Gentlemen—a carefully ; ’ selected, and well assorted stork of ready made cloiiitU£,manufactured expressly to order, and a 1 variety of articles ofnlmosi. evei y kind no where ; else to lie found in (lie county, lie respectfully so j lu ita a call from i bone desiring to purchiiae. feel mg assured that bis thorough acquaintance with the business, resulting from a long residence in the city, will enaUe him to offer such induce ments us will defy comnetil ion. E. H. JONES, Clifton Factory. Septembej 27h —3y. PATUXENT RIVER LAND y o a S A L IF not sold at private sale before SAT- UlfflkA Y, (Jctoix-r the 20th, IBlio, 1 will j offer at public sale, in ilie village of Cl JA R ! LOTTE HALL, on that day, the FAICIfI l on which I now rc.-ide. t - . Tins Farm is situated on tlc Patuxent River, adjoining the lands of Mrs. E. L. j Thomas and Maj. James Collin*, and cun tains ONE THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND. | Persons wishing to ptm liase land of stipe ! rior quality, whore hoaltli and all the delicacies of the water are to he had, are requested to call and examine the premises. Steamers, to and from Baltimore, pass this ,land every day. This Fann will be divided and sold in | three parts. I Terms made known on application to the undersigned, and possession will he given on the first day of January, 1861. W. J. CARTWRIGHT. Charlotte Hall. P. (>., Saint Mary’s Count v. Md. Angusi 30th, IB6o—tf. J AMES AVI I JUNsimL emcer i mm KIIE B GIH &M T, No. Dugan’s Wharf, BTIM ORE. Keeps constantly on hand a large assort ! ment of SUPERIOR FAMILY GROCERIES, i Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Tobacco, Se gars, &c., which will he sold at the lowest market prices. Produce of all kinds sold on commission i shall only do a DASH cvmntuisivn MnteM. Nov. 28th, IB6o—lf. NOTICE. *I'HE nndviaignod has just received a large -A- supply of Ladies i’ARTY and BALL Goods consisting oi White and Colored Tarletons, Ladi -s whifo Kid Slipper Ladies White Khl Gloves, &*c. Ike. Also, Gents White Kid Gloves, Gents Fancy Neck Tit*, Gents’ Fine Shirts, and Collars, Ac. Sec. E. LhO. SPALDING, Leonard Town. January 3rd, 1801- -tf. * A LBKBT TBECO. J. S. lIOBOAI* TREGO fe MORGAN. PRODUCE C OMMISSION MER Cl UNI'S, And Wholesale Dealers in LIQUORS AND CIGARS , N 0.37 CHEAPSHIE. near Prniiaf., BALTIMORE Dry- Every description ol country Produe entrusted toourcan w ill no i. 11 i tut lion. ( Apnlßth,l 858—tf. ARCHITECT * BUILDER I > f |)HE undersigned has made such arrange -1 meats as will enable him to execute all work In hi* Hue at BALTIMORE PRICES, with promptness and despatch. He solicits a call from bis friends and the public. V. CAMALIF.R. Leonard Town i Jan.26th, IB6o—lf. TBRBSBtXG UACUIXES. Ihave far aaW He Prltmt TnpU Geared Horne Power and W. W. Dingee A (k*B irum Thresher, \ritk Rerehimf Straw Carrier. The machine is warranted o render satffv tion to all parchaser*. The price of home power. 30 inch Thresher and Straw-Carrier,

delivered at any wharf In St. Mary’s comity, is £l*6. _ Farmers art inviled to call at my Store in Leonard Town and examine this Thresher. F.. LEO. SPALDING. Jane 28th. 1360—tf. J n. Hf.IBEIT. t. H.HKBBEBT JAS R. HERBERT & BRO* TOBACCO AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 33 Grant A Hollingsworth Sts.. BALTIMORE, MU. REFERENCES. JohnHopkms.PresideniMerchßni'Bank Truetna n Cross .Cash te iCominerc ia I and Parinrrc’ Hank. Qpo. W. Howard & Co., Baltimore. Duer, Nutrit &. Co., “ R. Hickley & Bro., Penniinan & Bro., “ Whitney, Cushing & Comstock, Balt. OKO. A. SIMMS. JO. H.TmaDDOX NOTICE. THE undersigned have this day formed a Co-Partnership in the MERCANTILE BUSINESS in I*nard Town, under the name and style of SIMMS <t SSADD(>X.\ and are now doing business at the store lately . ■ occupied by Oes. A. Simms & Co. I hey m- ■ ! licit a continiuincc- f the very lil>erul patro nage which was extended h the late firm. GKO. A. SIMMS, JO. If. MADDOX. Oct. 23rd, 1800. Oct. 25th, 1800—tf. JAMES S. POWNS, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Leonard 'feint, St. Mary's Cu..Jfd., Will practice in St. Maryandthcad)oitdn counties. Feb. 10th 1859. THE SAINT MARY’S FEMALE SEMINARY THE next annual session wilt commence on SATURDAY, the 15th of Septem ber. under the direction of Miss LO'ITY I.HIGH, as Princi/Hd, assisted by a corps of efficient and experienced Teachers. The course of instruction is as thorough as at any other institution in the country, ant! .l less than half the uual expense The scholastic yeat is divided into two terms of five months each. Charge*., per term, payable in mlvuiut: lor all the branches of a thorough English education, including Board, Tuition. Washing, Fuel, IJghls and Bedding, $75.00 Stationery, 2.5 C Tuition for dav pupils,including fuel, * 21.00 BKP.% RATE BRANCH KS; French, 14.00 Music, with the use of Instrument, 25.00 drawing and Painting, exclusive of materials, 6.00 Painting in Oil Colors, exclusive of materials, 10 00 For further information, or for Circulars, apply to the Principal, St. lingoes Pos Office, Saint Mary’s Countv, Md. C. BILLINGSLEY. President of the Board ol Trustees. August 16th, 1860 —tf. A CARD. Doctor gustavus canter, having located himself in Charlotte Halt, res|ect fnlly offers his professional services to flie pub lic. His office is that formerly occupied by Dr. J. F. Shaw, where lie can always be funud except when professionally engaged. Rkkkkkxck. —Samuel Chew, M. D. Pro fessor of Principles and Practice of Medicine in the University of Maryland. March 7th 18G1—10u. SPRING GOODS. A large supply of Mowaid Duck. Peni tentiary Plaids, &c. just received and for sale by E. LEO. SPALDING ■■ ■ giawi msm LUMBKR t SHINGLES!! FLORINfi, AC. "IM7E invite the attention of our friends and ▼ v consumers, generally, in St. Mary’s and ailjoining counties to our extensive assortment of readied BUILDING MATERIALS. Ail parties contain plating llie erection of Dwellings, Barnes, &c. t wilt find it greatly to their advantage to give us a call, as we can sell at lowest rate* for cash or Negotiable p* per. Doors, Frames, Sash, Ac., furnished at Mill prices. Orders filled fur Bricks, Lime, Hair, Nails, Sec. No Wharfage charged on Vessels receiving Lumber from ur 1 ard. CARSON. ZIMMERMAN, & CO., West side Union Dock, Norfolk Boat Wharf March 29th. If CO—lf. NOTICE. THE undersigued wish to inform the people of Saint Mary’s ami adjourn ing counties, that they have just completed a FIRST CLASS RAILWAY, and are prepared to haul out vessels of any sixe, and will REPAIR, CAULK, &c.. on the most reasonable terms. Prompt attention I to all work, and quick dispatch will be given |in all cases. The Railway is situated about 1 , a quarter of a mule from' Leonard Town on >I a Rue oyster creek, where we will also 1 ' build SCOWS. BOATS, or VESSELS, if required, on the lowest terms j HARRIS. NORRIS A FOX WELL. [ July mb I BOO—tf. ISAAC J*< KOK. CHS. MNOKC GROVE NURSERIES. j BIAC JACKSON A CO., Proprietor*. Svccßsseas to THOS. M. HARVEY,) j Jennervillc, Chester County, Pa. To the Former* and Planter* of St. Maty** •nu adjoini -'g counties. fPHE vuboeribera beg leave to call attention 1 to their large *li>ck for the Pall trade. Apples; iV.irs, standard and dwarf; Cherries; Peaches; Plums; Apricots; Nectarines, all se lected and choice varieties. Our small fruit department cornu rises every thing in its class. Strawberry, one hundred varieties; Grapes, Ally vane tie*-.Currant, Raaplierry, Gooseberry, Rhubarb or Pie Plant, Asparagus. Our stock of ORNAMENTAL TREES is eery heavy, and comprises all the common and most of the new, both evergreen and diciduous Roses, Dahlias aud bedding plants of every de scnpiion. Gauge Orange for hedging. This plant is destined soon to supercede all others for this puriNise, being hardy, a rapid grower, ita strong thorns offering an impassible harrier to all kinds of stock Our stock is healthy and i well grown, and our prices will Ire found as low as any other establishment. Orders solicited^ 1 Address ISAAC JACKSON & CO.. Jennerviile, Chester Co., Pa P. S. Catalogues furnished on application. Reference—Francis J. Stone, Bloomsbury; J. Edwin Coad, Locust Grove,St. Mary ’scounty. Aobxt. —G. Frod. Maddox, who i* agent for thi* cumpany, will attend to all orders left with him. Sept. 13th, 1860—tf. I WANTED. | r |3HR subscriber wishes to buy a lot of 1 LIKELY YOUNG NEGROES, of both sexes, for which the highest market prict* wtl. 1 Ire paid. Persons wishing to sell, who may not I see hiinr during hi.- present tour through the ! Sohthon counties of the State, will have their orders prompt!v responded t .by addressing— * ALLEN S.' DORSEY. 1 Washington, D. C. Feb. 2nd, 1860—tf. PLOWS. NO. 18, 19 and IftJ M & 11. PLOWS. No 7, 8 and 9 Improved Davis, tV •Shears, just receivctl and for sale by SIMMS & MADDOX. mw, Jin & co.. CIGAR MANUFACTURERS, (StccKssoits to G. Vv. Dwykh He Co.) PRIME CIGARS, ot our owu mamifa> turc, constantly on liaud. IV e have also I a large stock of excellent J CHEWING and BMOKIXO TTBOACO; SNUFFS and F\t\*CY ARTICLES, Which we are prepa ml t•• furnish our cu -1 touters on reasonable terms. Jail. 10th 1801—tf. r NEW GOODS. ELKO li;t.ill.l r4*cevl,n,e j • of the best selected sticks ot GOODS he lias ever had, which he ulferu lor sale very i low. 9 lie would call particulai attention to his stock of— i Ladies’ Dress Goods, White Goods, Linen Cambric and Bilk 1 Pocket Handkerchiefs, 1 Ladies’ and Gee ' f Kid ami Lisle Thread Glove* | 1 Ladic* Mantlet Points, Cloths, vJbvstfimcre Silk 1 Vestings, Ac. April 20th, 18l J—ly. QUICK QUICK LIME!! KENNEDY’S SCHUYLKILL LIME, SO well known in Pennsylvania, Delawart New Jersey and the Northern anil Eastern portion of this State, as being superior to any other for agricultural im;nroremeul,\s for the first time placet! within the reach of the fnnn era and planters of St. Mary’s and adjoining counties, through the agency of the undersign ed, who is prepared to sell *u accomminiating Units any quantity of Quick Lime, deliverable as per agreement on the shores of any of the rivers or bays in said counties. Orders solicit ed. JNO. A. CAM A LIFT!. Atjenl. Leonard Town, M 1., March Brd, 1859—3 m The following analysis recommends this lime as possessing projverties (far superior to any i bier; necessary to benpplied lotbelandsinthis section, which are known to be deficient in both me and magnesia ; Laboratory ofSlntc Chemist No. 29 Exchange Buddings Baltimore, Md. t June 30th, 1857 Report of analysis of 5 sum pies of gd-nj Limestone, marked respective!) No] (win No I (blue). No 2 (white). No 2 (blue), 3 (top), for John Kennedy, Esq., of P Kennedy. .Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania. The above samples of •‘Schuylkill Limrston were found, ape.i analysis, to be composed Lows . No 1 (w) 1 (M 2 (w) 2(b) 3 (t) Carbon, o Lime. 6U 9, 64-7, 60.5, 56.1, 57.1 Carbon, of Mag .38.2,34.1, 38.3, 42.4, 40.6 Sand, Clay A 1r0n,0.9. 1.2. 1.2, 1.5, 2.3 100. The above Schuylkill Limestone* me A’rgi sian Limestones, ot pretty nearly equal cmnpo aition. They are most especially adopted to the application on soils which are deficient in both Limes*,.. Magnesia. JAMES HIGGINS. POUT LOOKOUT HOTEL SAINT MARTS COUNTY, MD. t fVV*E proprietors of this well known and JL popular establishment, respectfully in i form tiit* citizens of Saint Mary’s ami tba ad i joining cnuntic*, that the (1 del at this place - will remain open until the fir*t day of Novum \ bet next, 'lire bathing at this place is excel t lent and visitors will certainly find and e .joy -ail the amusement* and comforts usually f Kind at a first clam watering plat*. UEFLEUOWKH A CO.. Proprietors, I July U.l, U6l— t-oct. Ist. 80. 4. SIMMS. j. a. KAM I. i NEW JIUtfJTII m. I Wf K have just returned from Baltimore • ▼▼ city with a large and wcll-eehi n<| STOCK OF FALL and WINTER j GOODS, to the ins|K.clH>u of which we in ; rite our friends ami the public. Our ’ stock of— BOOTS, shoes, HATS, CAPS. lis superior, both in quantity and quality, to auy heretofore offered tu this market. — ( Our stock also embraces a large assort - ( ment of— LADIES' DRESS GOODS , of every alyle and quality;— Ready-made CUdkiny, CassimUs, Cassiuteres and /Vac (laths: 6-4 Full Cloth: H-4 do; 6-4 Kerseys; 8-4 do; 5-4 striped aud pfa id Limeys; 3-4 Liusrys, and H-4 Si rats Gray. Our slock of GROCERIES is large and I embraces a large supply of— Bacon, htrd, Butter, Flour, Cheese, Fish, Fresh Buek-nluat Flour, tfr., fe. • We have also on baud a large assortment of FINK LIQUORS, including— UVner, Brandies and Whiskeys, of the most approved brands. Our whole stock of gooda having been pur chased fn* eah. we flatter ourselves that ! we are able to offer superior iiuluecments to j buyers, both as to priec and terms. SIMMS A MADDOX. Nov. Bth, IS6B-| ft. NOTICE. /TtllE Co-partnerdiiy heretofore existing - under the firm .f COTTINGIIAM k , iiAlt!)lN(i if I Li* day dissolved by I Consent. Witt. 11 Harding is iiloou-uuUht j uted to settle the business of the firm. SAMI EL C<tTTLVGUAM. WM. H. HARDING, Baltimore Jau. 1 1K; 1— 4w. Tlic undersigned, having Bought rut the Interest ot Samuel Coilingham of the firm of Gillingham A’ Harding, uill hereafter *v n.ltt t the business in iii>u\vn Name,—and lie m* ft {respectfully solicits :hc favor of the friet.ds ot the old Urns. WM H. HARDING. MARYLAND ■AGRICULTURAL WORKS. TO THE FARMERS OF SI. •—I would most res pi of fully call your at tention to my largo assortment of IMVI.H* RENTS. i am manufacturing and pre j paring a larger assortment of Agricultural Im ! plemtnl* than I have ever before offend tu ; the public'—Horse Towers and Threshers, .Wheal Fans, Corn Mills, Coru Shelter.-, Ploughs, Ha:rows: Cultivators, *nd many, other articles to numerous to mention. I can supply the Farmer with every thing )• may want. With regard to Horse Powers 1 would call particular attention to a fine lot of FELTONS Tlt/PLK GEABEI) BOW KBS. to truth with or without baud, : which are Hoi surpa**ed in this or any other • market; aud I ino-t respectfully invite tWc j who are in want ot Machine* to give me a tall, as 1 fed confident that I can snit the pur chaser. 1 am making a COHN MILL for grinding Coni at Home, This is a good Mill, has lieen tested and pronounced so by ex;- rienced judges. Tu this I ask your spe cial attention. 1 tender you my sincere thanks for tie kindness heretofore shown me aud beg a con tinuance of your favors, determined to maws a strong effort to please ail who give me their custom. Order* will meet w ith prompt atten tion by being directed to WILLIAM H. HARDING. 15ft Pratt street Wharf, Baltimore, hid, Feb. 7tb, 1801—ly B. HEIM. J. MIOOURUt’S. UKO. P. THOMAS J J. 11. HARDESTY, ; WITH HEIM, NI CO DEM US & CO. 1 IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ; mil & DOMESTIC mm ST KVKUY UHBCRirriuir, NO. 883 BALTIMOBK BT. BALTIMORE. March Ist. 1860—tf. i j ' Faint Branch Woolen Factory ’I • wool: wool:: wool::: ► j THK subscriber* respectfully return tkdr thanks to their former customers, *ud inform them, aud public, that they art prepare*! to manufacture WOOL \ into all kinds of negro nothing, 1 Flannels. Blanketing, tkc.. Sec., IPF*Vf > at slum notice. 'J iey solicit the *SkaJKms I libera) natriKiuge of Farmer* and Planters ■ ( having WugL ur in jut of such goods —. 1 Terms Ulierat and accuiiimudatiug, aud wit) be mult known on application by letter or ► otherwise. Goo. W Wilson, of Upper Marb - boro Prince George’s County, will rserivu 1 Wim>l or orders, ’fhe undersigned will cull and get Wool when notified. W’oul wilt also 1 1> rcceivnl frutn G*mntt*nton Merchants of IhiUiuuK or Washinguai at oar expense end goods returned. All work warranted to give satislacfauii. , B. It J. FAWCETT, Colcsville, Montgomery Go., Md. | May 80. 1861—fiu. i j Justness notice. • 1 A LL persona indebted to aee eat Tavern ae ■ xl count will rente forward and settle the , same without delay as I wish all claims due aae . dosed forthwith. I intend hereafter te da an exclusive CASH business and am determined ,| u ne no credit for BATING, DRINK , INO or HORSE FEED from the Ist of Janas -1 ary. 1881. JOHN F. PEXWICK, Proprietor. Union lintel January 3n’, 1861—

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