Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, January 2, 1862, Page 4

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated January 2, 1862 Page 4
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DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. f |IHK Ist® fiiro of Simms <f MulJ.ot i A this da v dissolved by mutual W""®** l Persons indvbl. tl t.. us arc hereby m*ifwd to ctnc forward and *ttle with George A. Simms, willn oa y , l * sull.un/.-J .o Mill* the Unis™- u M 4 GKOBGE A. SIMMS, JOS. 11. MADDOX. Sept. 3rd, 1861-tf. BUStXESS NOTICE. fn HE undersigned, having purchaied the A Irtriffl of Simma & Maddox in the Mercantile l*i*uo*, will continue to sell at iJm* . U Mwi, and aolicil a continuance ‘d ine Tery liberal firm. They will keep constantly on band a good aaiortineat f goods, and will wll on sue)i terms *ut caning fnH to pit*MC I lie uW customer* of the bonne and the public gen *faUy CEIUGE A. &V. X SIMMS. U-mmrJ Town. Md. September 12lli, 1801—tf. i LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, BRICKS, LIME, HAIR, SASH, DOORS and SHUTTERS. POU Mtle, at (lie very Invest price for CASH or APPROVED credit. Before buy ing. call and ace *at the corner of Eula’v •ml Oermrn Street* or at 132 IJfht Street Wharf, Baltimore, Md. BURNS & SLOAN. March 2Ut 1801— If. NOTICE. f|IHR undersigned baa juat received a Urge E supply of Ladies PARTY and BALL Goods consist big ot White and Colored Tarletoaa, Ladle* white Kid Slipper Ladies White Kid Gloves, Ac. 3tc. Also, Gents White Kid Gloves, Genta Fancy Neck Ties, Gents’ Fine Shirt*. and Collar*, Ac. Ac. E. LEO. SPALDING,. Leonard Tor n. Jmi na y 3rd, 18C1—If. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS THE undersigned has just returned from the City with the largest, aua best selected slock of FALL,and WINTER GOODS ever ollered to thecilizens of St. Mary’s County, consoling, in part, of very superior quality of Heavy Goods for Servants* clothing, at the most moderate prices also Boots snd Shiyn ofthe moat sub stantial make, and best material, derides Cloths. Cassimerea, vestings and all kinds of fine dress Stoods, lor Ladies and Gentlemen—a carefully selected, and well assorted stock of ready made clothing,manufactured expressly to order, and a variety of articles ofsiaiosteveiy kind'no where •lac to be found in the county. He respectfully so licits a call from those desiring to purchase, feel ing assured that his thorough acquaintance with thebusineaa, resulting from a long residence in the city, will enable him to oiler such intfuce lusnts as willdefy competition. E. H. JONES, Clifton Factory. September27>h '&*—! y. NOTICE. PWI HE Cu-partnershiy heretofiue existing M. under the firm of DOTTINGIIAM & HARDING i* thi* day dissolved by muliial conauut. Wra. 11. Harding is alone-author ized to settle the business of the firm. SAMUEL DOTTINGIIAM, WM. 11. HARDING, Baltimore Jan. 1 1861 —4w. The undersigned, having Bought out the Interest of Samuel Cottinghain ot the firm of Duttinghain & Harding, will hereafter conduct the business in his own Name.—and he most i respectfully solicits the favor, of the friends o the old Firm. WM. H. HARDING. MARYLAND AGRICULTURAL WORKS. TO THE FARMERS OF SI. MARTS. I would most respectfully call your at tention to my large assortment of IMPLE MENTS. 1 am manufacturing and pre paring a larger assortment of Agricultural Im plement* than I have ever before offered to the public—Horse Powers and Threshers, Wheat Fans, Dorn Mills, Corn Shelters, Ploughs, Harrows; Cultivators, and many other articles (o numerous to mention, i can supply the Farmer with every thing he may want. With regard to Horse Powers I would call particular attention to a fine lot of HELTONS TRIPLE GEARED POWERS . to stork with or rcilkoui baud , vfuck are not surpassed in this or any other market; and I ra*Ht respectfully invite those who are in want of Machines to give me a call, as 1 feel confident that I can suit the pur chaser. 1 am making a CORN MILL fcr grinding Corn at Home. This is a good Mill, has been tested and pronounced so by expe rieaced judges. To this I ask your so cial attention. I tender you my sincere thanks for the kindness heretofore shown me and beg a con tinuance of your favors, determined to make a strong effort to please all who give me tbeii custom. Orders will meet with prompt atten tion by being directed to WILLIAM 11. HARDING, 150 Pratt street Wharf, Baltimore, Md, Feb. 7th, 18U I —ly AU-WIFIFMSIY. I shall commence my fishing, this season, on MONDAY the Ish of September, in stant, Persims who may desire to put up h>h will commit their interest by giving me rail. My terms are—2s cetits |ier bushel — or $4 and $5 per barrel. My landing U known as Frederick GreenwcH, Lu.diug, pear the bead of Cuckold’s Creek. JOSEPH A. MAGILL. Bept mh, Uk*l—tf. . I TUB .! SAINT MARY’S FEMALE ! SEMINARY 0 | HR next annua) so*sion*wilt comment I on SATURDAY, iheHilh of Sepiem ! ber, under the direction ol Miss LOTTI i LEIGH, as Principal , assisted by a corp I of efficient and experienced Teachers. . The course of instruction i> as thorough a at any oiher institution in me country, art lat less than half the usual expense. Tb scholastic yeai is divided into two terms o e . fire months each. ? : Charge**, prr term, paynbD i in advance: . or all the branches of a thorough English education, including 1 Board, Tuition. Washing, Fuel, |i lights and P*edding, $75.0f , j Stationery, 2.5< 'Tuition fordav pupils,including | fuel, * 21.0 f skparatk dbancues: *i French, 14.0<i I Music, witli the use of Instrument, 26.01] drawing and Painting, exclusive of materials, 6.00 Painting in Oil (Jlor* f exclu*ive of materials, Ift 00 For far’her information, or for Circular*, apply to the Principal, St. Imgues Pos Office, Saint Mary’s Cminiv, Md. C. BILLINGSLEY. President of the Board oI Trustees, t August 16th, 1860 —If. PATUXENT RIVERUND FOR 1 SALE. IP not sold at private sale before SAT UKDAY, October the 20lh, 1860, 1 will offer at public sale, in the village of CHAR LOTTE HALL, on that day, the FAIIM on which I now reside. This Farm is situated on the Patuxent | River, adjoining the lands of Mrs. E. L. Thomas snd Maj. James Collins, and con tains ONE THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND. Persons wishing to purchase land of stipe nor quality, where g<Kd health and all the delicacies of the water are to be had, are requested to call and examine the premises. Steamers, to and from Baltimore, pass this land every day. This Farm will lie divided and sold in three parts. Terms made known on application to the | undersigned, ami possession will lie given on the first day of January, 1861. \V. J. CARTWRIGHT, Charlotte Hall. I*. ()., Saint Mary’s County, Md. August 30th, 1860 —tf. : BMftDIHG SCBBOL, | Misses Costigin having secured the 1 A services of nn experienced Music teacher I will receive a limited nnmler of young ladies . for the scholastic year beginning Ist Sept. TERMS PAYABLE HALF YEARLY IN J . ADVANCE. f , Board and Tuition in all the branches o r an |j Gnglirii Education per annum £l5O [ I Music Vocal & Instrumental $lO per qnar. French ® , Italian 5 “ i Sjwmish 5 “ . i Drawing and Painting in Water Colors •* 14 I Oil Painting 10 " The utmost attention will be paid to the health and comfort, and every effort made to advance the moral and intellectual culture of their pupils. Address — SU MM ERSE AT Oakville P. O. St. Mary's Co.. j August Ist, 1861 tf. NO'I ICE. THE undersigned wish to inform the people of Saint Mary’s and adjourn ing counties, that they have just completed a FIRST CLASS RAILWAY, and are prepared to hanl out vessels of any site, and will REPAIR, CAULK, Ac., on the most reasonable terms. Prompt attention to ail work, and quick dispatch will be given in all cases. The Railway is situated about a quarter of a mile from Leonard Town on a fine oyster creek, where we will also build SCOWS, BOATS, or VESSELS, if i required, on the lowest terms HARRIS. NORRIS k FOXWELL. July 19th 1800—tf. it kiu. j. xiconr.Mrs. of.o. p. thom a J. H. HA RUESTY, WITH. 1 heim.nicodemus & CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 1 FOtIKII & HKBSTIC mu. r ST EVF.KY DESCRIPTION, KO. 383 BALTIMORE ST. - BALTIMORE. r March Ist, I SCO —tf. : ! ■ . ’y™ ' Paint Branch Woolen Factory. •i ; WOOL! WOOL!! WOOL!!! -! rn|lE suWribire rwjiectfnll.v reluro thm | 1 thanks U> thrir f.Tmer cusbrnurs, and | inform them,Jnd the publh:, that they are U prepared to manufacture WOOL into all kinds uf negro Clothing, KjiSy 1 FUtideU. Bl inketing, Ac.. Ac.. ■ at short notice. Tliey solmt the ■!■■■■• liberal patronage of Farmers and Planters having WOOL or in want of such jjooUs..—- Term* liberal and accommodating. d will lc made known .* application by Inter or ' tliet wine. Geo. W. Wilson, of I pper Ma.l ls.ro Prince George’s Couniy, ''ill . Wool or orders. The undersigiiwl wi 1 call n : and get Wool vxhcii notified- ' will also a lie rvci*iveil from ijoinmission Mt rchai t* o _ R u.im .re or Washington at >ur rxpcnM ana g,-ls rviurmil. All "urk aai r. Hied to give -iWuliuu. 11, k J. FAWCi TT. Colcsvillv. Montgomery Cu., Md. ‘ May 30, 1801—2 m. +!' VALUABLE ; MANUFACTURING PROPERTY : vd)saiAiLa ' ' #ll IE iwwTty, known a* CUF **'• * 'IX)X FACTORY ami GRIST Mil. (water power)., situated on Ue Hwa* Watei *? of St. Mary’* river in Saint Mnrya count] Md., ami embracing aUml throe Immlmi an ** | fifty a-re* of hind, is nflerwl at Private Sak I Tliia property has on it a STOKE HOl’Sf which i* a g**i stand fur burineaa, HOTEL r ! DWELLINGS. Workshop*. Ice. The ]rt perty will be auk) on accommodating terms For further particular*, apply to. THOMAS W. GOUGH, JO. FORREST, I*eoaanl Town P. O. 0 , Nov. 15th. IB6o—tf. <■ ■ °! ROBERTSON & BRISCOE SUCCESSORS to R. 11. MILES, Di U AT HIR s old stand, uo. w. pratt stree* [>j BALTIMORE, kIU FSPKCTFULLY ofer their services a ,i II agents, for the wilt of TO It A CCi "| an AIX. and all kinds of PRODUCE. pledg I ing their untiring efforts to render satisfactiot |to alt who may patronise tljfm. Liberal ad vances made on consignments. March 22nd. 1800—tf. i 1 CHANGE OF DAYS TO TUB PATUXENT RIVER. iIiEBIk rAN and after SATURDAY, Sepieml*r U 28, 1801. the STEAMER GEORGE ’ WEEMS will leave Baltimore every SAT URDAY morning at 6| o'clock for the Pa tuxent River. Returning, will leave Hill's landing every TUESDAY morning for Not tingham, leaving Nottingham at 12 o’clock f for Benedict leaving Benedict every \\ F.D NKSDAY morning at 6 o'clock for Baltimore. THEODORE WEEMS, Master. 1 October 10. 18G1 —tf. I*hc Steamer MARY WASHINGTON , | wil leave Baltimore every WEDNESDAY j morning at 6j o’clock for tlic Patuxent River. Returning, will leave Hill’s Landing every FRIDAY morning f*i N*tlingliam, leaving Nottingham at 12 o’clock for Benedict, leav ing Benedict every SATURDAY morning it 6 o’clock fer Baltimore. M. L. WEEMS. Master. The aU.ve Steamers will cull at the usual : Landings "n the River, also at Fair Haven md Plum Point going and returning. ' Passage In Fair Haven $1 00 Meals Extra. “ “ Plum Point 1.50, “ “ PatuxH River 1,50, Freight received every Tuesdays and f\ri days up to 2 o’clock. October, 10th, 18tl—tf- A CARD. DOCTOR GUSTAV US CANTER, having located himself in Charlotte Hall,resptfet- I'ully uders his professional servicesto the .pub lic. Ilia office is that formerly occupied by Dr. .1. F. Shaw, M’hcre he can always he found except when professionally engaged. Rkferknce. —Samuel Chew, fA: I). Pro fessor nf Principles and Practice of Medicine in the University of Maryland. • March 7th 1861—10 m. CORN MEAT*. fresh from the Steam- Mill of J. H. Maddox. * Also, a fresh supply of BUTTER, CHEESE,Ac in store and for sale by SIMMS & MADDOX. Dec. 20th, 1860. . BUSINESS NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to me on Tavern ac count will come forward and settle the same without delay as 1 wish all claims due me closed forthwith. I Intend hereafter to do an I exclusive CASH business and am determined ito give no credit for.EA I ING, DHINK ! ING or HORSE FEED from the Ist of Januu -1 ary, 1861. r JOHN F. PEN WICK. Proprietor, Union Hotel January 3rd, 1861 —I l ’- AI.ar.KT TRBOO. MOBCA K TREGO Ik MORGAN, PRODUCE COMMISSION' MERCHANTS, . And Wholesale Dealemn LIQUORS AND CIGARS N 0.37 CHEAPSIDE, near Pratist., BALTIMORE jyy- Every description ol country Produr entrusted to ou lean w iil ttc iwstr.itau lion. Apnlßth,lßsß—tt. . PROFESSIONAL NOTCE. , ‘ |AR HENRY C. EDELEN has ovedrem * JLJ his Office to the Law Office heretofore occupied by G. Fnsd. Maddox, E*qr. H< r can always be found, eillier at his Office oi 1 Muorv’s Hotel, when,not professionally cn- B I gaged. , ! • Jan. 10. 186!—tf . THAI). K. PHEUSsj s Attoney and Connaellor a I Law, J Leonard Joint,Sf. Mary's County Marylam r practice in the CourhofSt.Mary If and adjoining Counties. 1 o Jan 13th.l85‘J—tt. f JAMES S. DOWMB, 1 ATTORN EY & CUUNbELLQR AT LAW, • Leonard Torn , Si . Mary's Co. ,Md., 1 Will practice in St. Mary*fandthcadioininj i counties.

I Feb.loth I*6o. \jw ARGE WHOLESALE and I A RETAIL STOCK OF r I PALI AND WINTER DRY GOODS.. FOR CASH ONLY. HAMILTON RASTER & CO.. Vo§ 199, 2D! and 203 Baltimore dreet, BALTIMORE, I* Have now in store, and are constantly adding thereto, a Urge and varied rtock of y. j FALL AND WINTER DRV GOODS, JJ* i embracing article* from the lowest to the £* highest price, iu every department of the [/ * trade. . . u- i Would call particular attention to thei r w stock of Goods fi*r fanners and planters’ use such as 3-4 and G-4 Fulled Cloth: j Penitentiary Plaid Linseys and Cottons: 1 Servants’ Bbnketa; heavy Bleached am ’Brown Cotton*; Osnaborgs; Canton and I Wool Flannel*, and indeed every thing re " paired by an individual, family, or for scr lj% j IMPORTING AND PURCHASING | “on the most advantageous terms,” and SELLING FOR CASH ONLY, 11 T WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 0 wc are enabled to mark our goods at Mich 5- prices as will make it the intere* of all t* deal with us. An examination of our I- stock by persons visiting Baltimore to make purchases is invited. j Sept. 19th, 1861 —6w. WANTED. . *, for which the hitshe.l market |.ncct will il imuil. Penow wiahing loaeli.wjio roa- not iaee himr during hiepret t<mr through the , : Sohlhen counties of the State, wtll have Ilnur I ■ i r-pny--n^sgassr l ! Washington,D. C. 1 1 ! Feb. 2ml, IB6o—-tf M01C1I.JJ1MB0I&C0..; CIGAR MANUFACTURERS, (Successoks TO G. W. Dwykb & Co.) PRIME CIGARS, ol our own manufar tn c, constantly on band. e have alst ( a large slock of excellent. CHEWING and SMOKING TCBOACO; .SNUFFS and FANCY ARTICLES, Which we arc prepared l* furnish our cus tomers on reasonable terms. Jan. 10th 1801—tf. lime and feed store Ho. 3 HolUniwortl St- Baltimore. WM. R. MOBG.IN, (SUCCESSOR TO JOHN HEANV ) WHOLKKAI.F. AX D BF.TAII. Bf.ALEBS IK Li me 9 Wricks, Hair,. Cement. CALCINED PLASTER, ✓ Corr, Oats, Corn Meal, Chop-Bye, f Mill Feed, dec. - f Dec.23rd, 1868—ly. NEW GOODS. ELKO SPALDING hasjnst recevcd onr • of the b*st selected tti>cks of GOODS . he has ever had, which he oflerc for sale very low. He would call particular attention o Im stock of— Ladies’ Dress Goods, White Goods, Linen Cambric and Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs, Ladies’ and Gee's Kid and Lisle 1 bread Gloves 1 Ladies Mantlci and Point*, Cloths, Cbusdiracrc* Silk Vestings, iVc. April 26th. 18C: ly. NOTICE. ALL persons wishing to communicate with mebyl elter. willdirec tncircor f i respondenef by mailto PortTohaccot harles j county, Md., or by steamer St. Nicholas, * o Chappel Point .Charlescouaty. Md. WM. T. CAMPBELL. Feb. 3rd, 1859—it. , ARCHITECT A BUILDER * f|YHE undersigned has made such arrange- Ji meats as will enable him to execute all work in bis Hoe at BALTIMORE Pit ICES, with promptness and despatch. He solicits a call from his friends and the public. V. CAMALIER. Leonard Town | Jan. 26th, 1860—tf. i r ~ ———— J ’ NOTICE. E. LEO SPALDING remrns his thanks to his numerous customers for the liberal }>atron c ace be has received from them, and pledges .. Kf,: kp a CUOICK STfK'K OF GOODS always on hand, which will be sold very tow for cash or its equivalent. E. LEO SPALDING, , April 2nd, 1860 April sth, iB60 —lv n :j JAMES YVTLKINSON, : GROCER & CMMISSiBK = l MBRC-HAHTT, I No. 122 Dugan’s Wharf, d • BALTIMORE. * ’ Keeps const mtlv on hand a large assort : • mwitofSUPERIOR FAMILY GROCERIES. I Foreign and Durowt.c Liquors, Tobacco. Se gars, Ac., which will be sold at the lowest ' market prices. . Produce of all kinds sold on comnuMon, lg ; I shall only do a CASH commission tsiness. Nov. 29th, UbO —If. J. H. LUCKETT f Stock, Note, Bill Axd Rkal Estate Bkokeb. 81 Second Street, BA LTIMOBB Rr.rF.iirt ei. P. Gilwon, Cashier Bank of Balt BaMmmrt C. H. OJcman, Ca<h. Mechanics’ Bank, 4. M. Buck. Cash. Franklin Bank, Tlmma* J. Carson, Banker. Th*m* D. Johnston, J. C. Adam*. Warwick, Frick A' Ball, U. Mickle, Cash. Union Bank f Maryland Balt. B. A. Vickers, Pres. Marine n.*.nk, Jlinwf<*n P*m. A Co., Ikuikers, Jusiah St Co., Hugh Jen kin* A Co. Young A Carson, Wu, PHikncy Brooke, I VasJtingfon. IK C. May 24th, iß6o—tf. 11 . BUILDER’S MATERIALS The undersignctl would respectfully call tl< ttention of the Public lo tlieir large as*ori men! of IIVORS, BLENDS, SAB/I, DOOR FRAMES, VUSDOW FRAMES, WASH BOARDS, CASINOS, MOULDINGS, MAS• I TIES, and every description of House Uuild j ing material*, which they have constantly on hand, and which they can furnish at the short ' e*t notice. • They are also prepared to furnish at the 1 shortest notice FKAIHE %% OKK for | Country House*, Cottages, and suburban Residence*, according to any plan or design, nil ready fitted to be pul up on theii propos ed sites. Farmers and others, desirous of building in the country, would Uod it to their advantage by giving us a call before purchasing clmt where, as we are fully prepared to execute work on the-most reasonable term*. And the advantage*, which we offer iu preparing all the materials that may be necessary in con structing a house, will be found to save the Builder a great deal of vexatious delay and txpensc. tad' All orders left at their office or ad dressed lo them by mail will meet with prump and satisfactory attention. M A UGHLIN & JOH NBON. Steam Plaining Mill and Sask Factory, East Falls Avenue,near Pratt Street Bridge 1 Warehouse No. 05, Pratt street, Next door to P*!iii & Mitchell, Balt. Md. April 19th, IB6o—ly. CHAIR AND FURNITURE ESTABLISHMENT. T WT £. ANDERSON, Nos. 10 fa 1 T* • Second Street between Frederic /. Sir, * ml Marsh Market Space, Hal, ini ore. “Having the largest Ware rooms and best assortment of Cabinet Furniture ia the city, is prepared to sellevery article in hisltne upon tile most liberal and accommodating terms. Having had a ions experience in this line ol business, he flatters himselt that he can com pete, as lo excellence ol material, beauty oi workmanship and range ul prices, with any establishment ol the sort in this or arty other city. IDs general stock embraces a toll and complete assortment of Parlor Chairs. Sofas, /locking Chairs, Spring lounges, Chamber Suits, Bar room, Office and Dining Chairs, French Tete-a-Tetes, Settees, Arm Chairs, Mailrases. Looking Glasses, dr.. of every va ; riety and description. He has also on hand I Bedsteads of his own manufacture, which I can be put up ami taken down in two min utes. Persons from St, Mary’s, wishing to purchase Furniture.are requested local) and evanune his Stock heiorc buying elsewher* o* sure to find the right place Nos. 10 fa 12 Second .Street—War*louse with 80 lee Iront and 8 large Folding door* . August 11th 1859—1 v. DENTISTRY. PERSONS needing the services of a filt rate Dentist will do well to emphnv Dr. J. RANDOLPH WALTON who in tends locating himself in the village of Leon ard Town. Orders addressed lo him through I the Leonard Town Post Office will receive ; prompt attention. His terms arts cash. Dr j Walton has had cunsidererable experience in his profession, is moderate in his charges, and has invariably given satisfaction to thow who have employed him. To give the readers f the Beacon some idea of the standing of Dr. W. as a PRACTICAL DENTIST, the M- j lowing letter, addressed t him by Dr. Ktnian ! Pinkney, U. 8. N., is appended: U. S. Naval Acadkmt, Annapolis, Maryland, April 21, 1855. • Dkae Sib:—lt gives roe great plasurc to express the confidence I have in your skill ns a Dentist, and to recommend y<*u, as far as 1 have influence, to tlic patronage of tha Public. I have had an opportunity of uitr.esaing your j mode of operation, aim have no h>:*sitatiou in i affirming that it exhibits your thorough knowl- : edge of you profession. 1 am, sir, very rc*pecl fully your obedient crant, NIN IAN PINKNEY, Surgeon U. S. N. i Dr. Randolph Walton, Annapolis. April 4th, 1861—tf. < j NOTICE. ALL peraona indebted to me for taxes for this year will please come forward and settle the Fame to me, or Capt. J. J. Allatan in thirty days. If nt setth-d in thirty ilays from date, I shall be compiled through i.e- ’ iciiaity to onllcct bv law. GEO. M. BOH AN AN, Col. of 2ml. Dint. . Nov. 21st, 1861—tf. i _ 4 SPRING GOODS A large supply of Howatd Duck. Beni tentiary Plaids, &c. just received an. , for sde by K. LEO. SPAI.DINGj I i .'!”!!!■!■■ L" 1 I , | ■nawn.’-W""*-*•••• t'KMW l '*- LEMIIID THIN SCBH’ i FOR I YOUNB LADIES. . millS Institution ha* la*en < ]vnet] f.r t , : m IlMlitt iiisi 4if}*iiiiii3 Uliw in nil r 1 Useful anJ Ornamental Braudes of K luc lion, in which a tb*-rough and accurate k no edge of the French Language uill be 904.. ed with street facility. Tlie Teacher wlnaw liiicmn hue I-een" . tended with univeraal satisfaction, iu th. !. Literary 1 11st it nth-u* where her service* J r , . Iwn reqmr-d, will exert her utmost skill end svoring t* bring forward the Young a trusted to her care. Young Taidie* fnen the ages f 4% to cigl * tcc‘l, and upward will be admitted. The Government uill le firm, and nuviel ing. yet f the gent leal character. Every iion<ir*id4> means will l used to cit ate and sustain pr.jvr emulation among il . Pupil*. Prir.-s will lie awarded to lh<we wh j manifest I lie groateat improvement in learning and conduct. Vijcal Music, will be a daily exorcise iu tj„> School. limtruvuenUi Music, Drawing, Paint ing and Xee.Ho Work. both and Ona -iiental, will bo attended to and (it desire.' dancing in private Clause-, as a means of in, parting ease and grace I-. the manner*. MADAME BHEUROD MOORE. • ‘ r ** Teae’he SeptrSG. 1861 —3t. THRESH IXG MAC MIXES. I have for sale the Tel lon Triple Genre ■ Horne Power and \Y. W. Dingee & Cc" Iron Thnnher, with Herolriag Straw Carrie The machine is warranted to render aatiafa. - lion to all purchawm. The price of 8 h. 1 power, 30 inch Thresher and Straw-Garr t delivered at any wharf in St. Mary* com 1 is $lB5. # Farmer* arr Invited to call at my Store it fieonard Town and examine this Thresher. K. LEO. SPALDING. June 28th, 1860 —tf. LUMBKK} SUING I.KS!! FLO RING, a C . invite (he attention of onr friend* zr " cons urn era, generally, in St. Mary an a.ljiining counties to our extensive as*Jrtiut of .seasoned UUILIHSQ MA TEHiALS. All parties contemplating the erection . Dwellings, Burnt-*, &c., will find it greatly 1 their advantage to give ns a call, as we c sell at lowest rates for cash or Negotiable 1 per. 1 Doors, Frames, Sash, <kc., furnished Mill prices. Orders filled for Cricks, lame. Hair. Xail iVc. 1 No Wharfage charged on Vetud* rcc.-ivii Lundxr fr.*m onr Yard. CARSON, ZIM\IERMAN. \ CO.. Wot side Union Do. k. Norfolk Boat IV Lu- 1 March 20t\, 18oe__tf. FOR COUNTY CLERKSHIP The friends f DANIELT. MORGAN pr -ent him to the voters of St Mary’s candy ns 1 candidate I.r Clerk of the Circuit Court :.i tlia election in 1863, and solicit to Ids clain r I 1 dispassionate consideration. Nov. 2611, 1657. 1 FOR CLUXTY CLERK. • 1 I announce myself as a Candida re f, r Clerk I , rftlic Circuit funit for Saint Mary s rout 1,, J . I |ectfnlly solicit the snpp .t ( ,| U) y 1 , iu*’ !• and the public. I GKOKUE 11. HERBERT. r NOTICE. I FOR WARN any and all persons from receiving in paxn .nt 01 ly transit 1 for t any com-id-ration whatever, a NOTE OK HAND id mine, with Charles Medley ecnn. , ly, drawn payable to James Thump.-on,on the 1 1 Ist day of January, 1862. for the M.m of <re 1 hundred and ten dollars ($110) as 1 hold ti c .did I hump son s Note lor mure than J oc j uim. EDWARD f. tenkrsox. Aug, 15th. 1861—8 w. m. 11. Hf. hr in JAS. R. HERBERT &.RRO. TOBACCO AND PRODUCE !COMMISSION MERCHANTS, . No. SSOrußt & HOllingswoi fi .su., A.*, fcA LT!MO UE, M D . REFERENCES, j JuimHopkins.Presiden iMerciisntrDm k Trueman Cross ,CauhieiCosniue.rci&jiu.U Farmers’ Dank. Geo. W. Howardk Co., Baltimore. Duer, Norris 3c Co., •• U. Ilickiey & Bro., “ Penniman be Bro., “ Whitney,Cushing A Comstock, Balt. D/SSOL UTJOX OF CO - VA U TSER I einr. THK copartnership hereto Air existing W * tween the undersigned, under the firm and style uf larach A Herbert, is this day dis rolve.l by ruutusl consent. All [>eisons in* 1 debteil tu the late firm ar; hereby requested to 1 c-me forward and settle tln-ir in.Uhudn. -s without delay. Either party i* mrthorizeil to 1 wtile the business of the firm. WM. P. LEACH, GEO. 11. HEItHEUT, Sept. 26th, 1861—If. NOTICE j rmt\V. undersigned liegs have to infermehis friends and Public, that he is still at , the (*Ei> STAND,in IjConard Toun, earning on BLACKSMITH IKO. GUN. LOCK SMITH IXG. SHEET IRON •A ND SToVE , WORK—in short, iron tfrork of all de<erip . tions such us repairing t.’AIJIDA ti US, RI G CIES. ROCK AW A YS. CA RTS. W AG< NS. HORSE SHOEING. FARM WORK of all kinds; ah*, REAPERS, TIIRASHKR** dm! DRILLS. With his experience ui li years iu a Machine Shop, he thinks that lie car. do any kind uf Blacksmith Work from kmedletnaa anchor, and on reasonable terms. New Wag ons and Carts built cheaper than can he done at nv other shop in tins place. HORSKB SHdED at the shortest notice JAMES A. M'CATIIRAN, Blacksmith. January 12th, 1860- tf. - ■ I

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