Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, January 16, 1862, Page 4

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated January 16, 1862 Page 4
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ruo]fOßß 1852 CATB*E !<*•' LOCATED COR. or BALTIMORE A CHARLES Sri Baltimore, Md. The Largest , Mott EUgmUty Furnished mud Pcyatur Commercial College im the United Slmtra. Dengned Expraasly for Young Men to obtain a Thorough Practical Bum nett Ednco'iom in the akortcst possible (im and at tha leant expeesc. A Large ami Beautifully Ornamented Circu lar. containing upwards of Six Beo*aa Feet, with Specimen of Pmmunuhip, ami a Large En graving (Ike finest of tke kind ever nude in (hi* country) rapreaoMting tke Interior View of ike College, with Catalogue stating terms. Ac., Will be sent to every Young Man on application, free of charge. , Write immediately and yon will receive th package by return mail. Address E. K. LOSIER, Haiti mure kid. January 34tk.18T.1-ly. PETITION FOR THE BENEGIT OF THE ' LVSOLVILSTT L.l WS OF MARYLAND , Circuit Court for St. Mary’* G'„ > I Marcy^ygeU tor the life loaolvenfvaf " If. *iila fyl.ujJ. be and appear before (be (Arcttil Court f.r St. Marys County on the third M utiny of November next, to show cause, if auy they have, why tke said J.me* A. Morgan, shall nut have the benefit of the hl Iwk provid ed a copy of Ikia order la* imerted in the St. Mary’s Beacon once a week for three month Itefure the said third Monday in Nvvcuibe next. By order. JAMES T. BLAKISTONE, Qerk. July 2&th. I8(il —3m. fJMIE rommisainna for county officers elec J. led on the sixth day of November last were received and filed in this Office on the 32ud November, ultimo. The Constitution require* all persons elected to office, receiving a cuinnnsaion from tin State, to qualify within thirty day’s after the commission is filed. JAMES T. BLAKISTO.XR, Cletk. Dec. Sth. 1851 —if. ARCHITECT & BUILDER f ITIIC undersigned lias made stick arrange- . I niord* as will enable him to execute all i w .rk in his lino at BALTIMORE PRICKS, wtb promptness and despatch. He solicits a c dl from his friends and the public. V. CAMALIKR, Leonard Town. Jan.2Cth.lßCt—tf. NOTICE. E. LEO SPALDING returns his thanks to hts numerous customers fur the liberal patron age bo has received Irian them, and pledges himself to keep a CHOICE STOCK OK GOOD* always on baud, which will be sold eery low fur cash or iu equivalent. E. LEO SPALDING. April 2nd, 1860 April 6th, iB6o Iv JAMES WILKINSON, GROCER & CIIISSIN MMtGIHIANT, No. 122 Dugan’s Wharf, BALTIMORE. Keeps constant Iv on hand a largo assort ment of HU PKRIOR KA MILY U UOCKKIES, Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Tobacco, Se ga rr, Ac., which will be sold at tb lowest market prices. Produce of all kinds sold on com mission, I shalK only do a CASH commission *Nov*%lh, 1860—tf. 1 NOTICE. ThR. WILLIAM 8. BLAKISTONR, hav- * iug located in CUaptiru, offers his pro fessional services to the Public, and can al ways be found, when not professionally en gaged, at Buswell’a Hotel. I also ret inn mj thanks to my friends in the neighborhood ol St. Clement** Bay for tkrir former patronage, and will always be happy to wait on them at tbs shortest notice. Nov. 28th, 1861—tf. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. NOTICE i hereby given that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans Court for Saint Mary’s county, m Maryland, letters of aooenavmsr * are hereby warned to exhibit the same, villi ( the proper vouches thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the Ist lay of June 1862, othcrviite they may be excluded by law from ail benefit ol the said estate. Given under my hands (bis Mist day of Nov. 1861. DAVID W. TYLER, Administrator. Nov. 31st, 1861—4 w. UNION HOTEL, LEONARD TOWN. MD.. FOR SALE OR RENT. ffIHE subscriber intending to change his 1 bustneas, offers the UNION HOTEL lur Sole or Read. Tito UAel. Stables oral other buildings mo in excellent condition, and the stand is etfual &w business to auy In the .Southern counties of the State. The Hotel U nw in receipt of a very good custom, which could bsUigMy increased with slight effort, j th* fixtures, bedding >uid furniture will he suli with the Hotel. The Terms will be lib eral and mads to suit the times. Persons de- Mr. us of renting or purchasing are invited tu give lbs Proprietor a call. Possession given i*:. -TiNUlr JOHN F. FENWICK, Leonard Town. s.uly 11th, 1361—tf. BUILD MATERIALS u v ?js 9 m SIS il WKM MwraHHBiiAIN The undersigned would respectfully call tb j Uentiun of the Public to tlu-ir large snort mentuf DOORS. DLLVDS, SASH, DOOR I FRAMES. WINDOW FRAMES, WASH ! BOARDS, CASINOS, MOULDINGS, MAN TLES, and every dexcrtpliou of House Build • ing materials, which they have constantly on hand, and which they cun furnish at the short eat notice. They are also prepared to furnish at the shortest notice PHASIC WORK for Country Ilouner, Collages, and suburban Residence*, according to any plan or design, all ready fitted lu be pul up on their propus- J cd sites. i Farnn-rs and others, desirous of building Jin the country, would find it to their advantage Iby giving us a call before purchasing elsv ! where, as we are fully prepared to execute work on the most reasonable terms. And the advantage*. which we offer in preparing all the mnienais that may be necessary iu con structing a house, will be found to nave the Builder n great deal of vexatious delay and expense. MET All orders left at their office or ad dressed to them by mail will meet with prump and satisfuotoiy attention. MAUOHLIN A JOHNSON, Steam Plaining Mill anti Sa*h Factory, i Kakl Falls A venue, near ITatt Street Bridge I Warehouse No. 66, Pratt street, Next door to Penn A Mitchell,Ball. Md. April 19th, 1860- ly. CHAIR AND FURNITURE ESTABLISHMENT. \J\T E. ANDERSON. Nos. 10 & 1 • Second Street between Frederick Sire and Mar ah Market Sparc, Baltimore. Having (lie largest Ware rooms and best assortment of Cabinet Furniture in the city, is prepared to selleverv article in hit line upon the most liberal and accommodating terms. Having had a lone experience in this line of business, he flatters hitmell that be can com pete, as to excellence ol material, beauty ot i workmanship and range ol prices, with any establishment oi (he sort in this or any other city. His general stbek embraces a lull and complete assortment of Parlor Chain, Sofas, Rocking Chairs, Spring Lounge*, Chamber Suila, liar room. Office and Dining Chairs , French Tete a-Tetes, Settees , Ann Chain, Mattrase*. Lookirg Cla ties, tie., of every va riety and description. He has also on hand Bedsteads of his own manufacture, which can be pul up and taken down in two min utes. Persons from St. Mary’s, wishing to purchase Furniture, are requested to call and examine his Stork before buying elsewhere Be sure to find the right place Nos. 10 A 12 Second .Street—Warrlou.*e with 80 lee front and 3 targe Folding doors. August llih 1850 —ly. DENTISTRY. PERSONS needing the services of a first rate Dentist will do well to cmplow Dr. J. RANDOLPH WALTON, who in tends locating himself iu the village of Leon ard Town. Orders addressed to him through j tha Leonard Town rst Office will receive i prompt attention. Ills terms are cash. Dr. Walton has had conridererablc cxj*orienco in his profession, is iiuxh rale in his charges, ami has invariably given satisfaction to those who have employed him. To give the readers of the Beacon wnir idea of the standing of Dr. W. asa PRACTICAL DENTIST, the fol lowing letter, addressed to him by Dr. Niuiau Pinkney, U. S. K., is appended ; U. S. Naval Acapkmy, Annapolis, Maryland, April 21, 1865. Drab Sir:—lt gives me great plasurc to express the confidence I have in your skill as Dentist, and to recommend you, as far as ] have influence, to tlie patronage of tha Public. 1 have hod an op|K>rtuu:fy of witnessing your mode of operation, aim have no hesitation in affirming (hat it exhibits your thorough knowl edge of you profession. I am, sir, very respectfully your obedient servant. NIN IAN PINKNEY, Surgeon U. 8. N. Dr. Rawdoi.pii Waltosi, Annapolis. April 4th, 1861—tf. LUMBER f SHINGLES!! FLORINO, AC. TX7E invite the attention of our friends an ** consumers, generally, in St. Mary san adjoining comities to our extensive assort men of seasoned BUILDING MATERIALS. BRA!! parties ertntemplating the erection oft Towellings, Barnes, Iw:., will find it greatly to their advantage to give us a call, as we can sell at lowest rales for cash or Negotiable pa per. Door*, Frames, Sash, Ac., furnished at Mill prices. Orders filled for Brick*, Lime; Hair, Nail*, Ac. No Wharfage charged on Vessels receiving Lumber from our Yard. CARSON. ZIMMERMAN, A CO., West side Union Dock, Norfolk Boat Wharf March 29th, IB6o—tf. N O TICE. ALL person* indebted to me fur taxes for tha# year will please come forward and settle the same to mbs, or Capt. J. J. AUs tan in thirty days. If ik< neUktl in thirty day* from dale, I shall lie compelled through nc ccsity to collect hy law. CEO. M. BOHANAN, Cul. of 2nd, Dial, i Nov. Slat, 18CI—If. SPRING GOODS. | A large *up|dy of Huvvaid Duck. Pcnl ( AjLieotUry I’laii-t, Ac. jtui received ami : 1 fur*- de by E. LEO. SPALDING* [ THREE HIXG MACHIXES. Ib av* for sale the Pdten Triple Geared Dorse Power ami W. \V. Dingre k Go's from Thresher, with Revolting Straw Carrier. flie machine is warranted to render satisfac tion to all purchasers. The price of 8 horse i power. 80 inch Thresher imj Straw-Carrier, {delivered at anv wharf in 81. Mark’s county, is $lB6. Farmers are invited to call at my Store in Issuuard Town and examine tb Thresher. E. LKO. SPALDING. June 2Sth, 1800 —tf. FOR COUNTY CLERKSHIP. i The friends ofDANIEL T. MORGAN pre ! sent him to rise voters of Si Mary's county as i; a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court at ; the election in 18C3, and solicit to Lis claims f i a dispassionate consideration. 1 Nov. 20th, 1857. FOR COUNTY CLERK. I announce myrelf as a candidate for Clerk 1 f the Circuit Court for Saint Mary's county, 1 k 1 -esprclfolly solicit the sup|iort of uiy ftt-* Is and the public. GEORGE 11. HERBERT. r ' Dissolution OF CO-FARTXER SHIP , r |MIE copartnership hcretofnr existing bc | * tween the undersigned, under the firm ’ and style of I .each & Herbert, is this day dis , mired by mutual consent. All persons In , detied u the late firm ar. hereby reqt e-ted to I come forward and settle their indebtedness without delay. Either party i authorized to , settle tiie btoiuees of the firm. IVM. F. LEACH, GEO. U. HERBERT, Sept. 26th, 1861—tf. NOTICE j PWtIE undersigned begs leave to infprmeliis I friends and the Public, (hat he is still at ; the OLD STAND,in Town, carrying Urn BLACKSMITH I NO. GUN. LOCK | SMITHING, SHEET IRON AND STOVE WORK—in short, iron work of all descrip tions, such as repairing CARRIAGES, BUG GI EH. ROCK AW A YS. CA RTS, WAGONS, HORSE SHOEING, FARM WORK of all kinds; also REAPERS, THRASHERS and DRILLS. With his experience ul 11 years in a Machine Shop, he thinks that he can do any kind of Blacksmith Work from a kneedleto an anchor, and on reasonable terms. New Wag ons and Carts built cheaper than can he done at any other shop in this place. HORSES SUOKD at the sluricst notice. JAMES A. M'CATHRAN, Blacksmith. January 21, 1860 —tf. W ARGE WHOLESALE AND : JLi RETAIL STOCK OF , FALL AXD HiX TER DRYGOODS , , FOR CASH ONLY. HAMILTON EASTER A CO., I Nos. 199, 4JOI and 203 Baltimore street, BALTIMORE, Have now in store, and nrc constantly adding thereto, a large and varied stock of • FALL AND WINTER DRYGOODS, embracing articles from the lowest to the highest price, in every department of (he trade. Would call particular attention to their stock of Goods for farmers and planters* use. sock as 3-4 and 6-4 Fulled Cloth; Penitentiary Plaid Linseys and Cottons; Servants' Blankets; heavy Bleached and Brown Cottons; Osnaburgs; Canton and Wool Flannels, and indeed every thing re quired by an individual, family, or for ser vants' use. IMPORTING AND PURCHASING “on the most advantageous terms,** and SELLIXG FOR CASH OXLY t BT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, we are enabled to mark oor goods at such prices as will make it the interest of all to deni with us. An examination of our stock by persons visiting Baltimore to make purchases is invited. Sept. 19th, 1861—Gw. WANTED. f |YHE subscriber wishes to buy a lot o * LIKELY YOUNG NEGROES, f bull, sexes, for which the highest market prices will lw paid. Persons wishing to sell, who may not see himr during his present lour through the Sohthen counties of the State, will have their orders promptly responded to, by addressing— ALLEN S. DORSEY, W ashiegton, D. C. Feb.2nd.lß6o—tf ROBERTSON & BRISCOE, SUCCESSORS to R. If. MILKS, at ms OLDSTAND, 149. W. PRATT STREET BALTIMORE. RESPECTFULLY offer their services as agents, for the sale of TOBACCO GRAIN, and all khius of PRODUCE, pledg ing their untiring efforts to render satisfaction to all who may patronise them. Liberal ad vances made ou consignments. March 22nd, 1860—tf. LIME AND FEED STORE Vo. S Ho Hina wort ISt Baltimore. WV. I. JIOSC.fI*, (SUCCESSOR TO JOHN HEANY) WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALEKS IE Lime, Bricks, Hair, Omrnt, CALCINED PLASTER, Oorr, Oats, Corn Host, Cbop-Rje, Mill Feed, At. Dec.23rd, 1858—ly. NOTICE. ALL persons wishing to communicate with taebyl elier,willdirecituWrcur | respond' nceby .aailto For iTobaccoCbarle* j county, Md., or by steamer Si. Nicholas o ChappelPoint,Charleston w'v . Md. { WM. T. CAMPBELL. [ Feb. 3rd, 1859— 11, i | SAINT MARY’S FEMALE

SEMINARY • THE next annual session will eomarar : I on SATURDAY, the litii of Fyim ' her, under tbe direction ot Mis* LOTH LEIGH, at Primeijmt, assisted by a corp of efficient and experienced Teacher*. Tbe conrae of instruction is as thorough a : at any other institution in (be country, am |st less than half the usual expense. Thi scholastic yeai is divided into two terms o five months each. | Charges; per fern, payahh In advimcrs or all ths branches of a thorough English education, including Board, Tot lion. Washing, Fuel, Litehla and Bedding, s7fi.(M , Stationery. 2. fit Tuition for day pupils,including fuel, SI.Of separate braxcues: French, 14. Or Music, with the nse of Instrument, 26.01 Drawing and Painting, exclusive of materials, 6.04 Painting in Oil Colors, exclusi vs of materials, 10 00 For fur.her information, or for Circulars, spply to the Principal, 81. Inigoes Poa Office, Saint Mary’s County, Md. a BILLINGSLEY. President of the Board ol Trustees. August 16th. IB6o—tf. PATUXENT HVHt LAM FO R SALE. IF nnt sold at private sale before BAT DEED AY. October tbe 20th, 1860, I will offer at public sale, in ihe village of CHAR LOTTK HALL, on that day. the WAMM on which I now rridc. This Farm is situated on the Patuxent Hirer, adjoining the lauds of Mr*. E. L Thomas and Maj. James Collins, and con tains ONE THOUSAND ACRES OP LAND Persons wishing to purchase land ofsupe nor quality, where good health and all Hm delicacies of the water are to be had, an requested to call and examine the premises. Steamers, to and from Baltimore, pass thii land every day. This Farm will be divided and sold is three parts. Terms made known on application to the undersigned, and possession will be given oa tbe first day of January, 1861. W. J. CARTWRIGHT, Charlotte Hall. P. 0., Saint Mary’s County, Md. August 80th, 1860—tf. TuADiiisciii. f |MIK Misses Costigin haring secured the * services of an ex|>crienced Music teacher will receive a limited number of young ladies for the scholastic year beginning Ist Sept. TERMS PAYABLE HALF YEARLY IN ADVANCE. Board and Tuition in all the branches of an English Education per annum $l6O Music Vocal Jr Instrumental $lO per qoar. French 6 M Italian A . ** Spanish 6 ** Drawing and Paiutiog iu Water Colors 5 ** 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— SUM M ERSE AT Oakville P. O. St. Mary’s Co. August Ist, 1861 tf. NOT 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 haul out vessels of any sise, aud will REPAIR, CAULK. Ac., on the most reasonable terms. Prompt attention to all work, and quick dispatch will be given in all cases. The Railway is situated about a quarter of a mils from Leonard Town on a fine oyster creek, where we will also build SCOWS. BOATS, or VESSELS, if required, on the lowest terms HARRIS. NORRIS k FOX WELL. July 19th IB6o—tf. it .41 j. hico pmn. oxo. r. thoma J. U. HARDESTY, WITH. HEIM.NIOODEMUB & CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN nilffil 6 MIBTK UUH. ar every DEoctimox, NO. 883 BALTIMORE ST. BALTIMORE. March Ist, 1860—tf. VALUABLE UAXVFACTURIXG PROPERTY qrtilß valuable property, known as CLIP* x TON FACTORY and GRIST MILL (water power), initiated un the Head Waters of St. Mary'a river iu Saint Mary** county, Md., and embracing about three hundred and tilty acres of laud, in offered at Private Sale. Thif property ha a an it a STORE HOUSE, which is a go**! stead for buMucse, HOTEL, DWELLINGS, Wofkdn|. Ac. Tht pro jKiri v will he uuld on accommodating term*. For further particulars, apply to. THOMAS W. GOUGH, JO. FORREST, Tows P. O. Nor. 16th, 1868—tf. DISSOLUTION OF 00-PAKTNBRSHIP. f pHE late firm of SianA Maddox fa JL this day fawlfal by Mtaal rnnswrt. Paww ymd to taa are hereby notified to eoM forward and wttlo with Georgs A. iw. without delay. as bu is authorized to ■ctlfa the faMtii t the fate firm. QF.OROE A SIMMS, JOS. H. MADDOX. Apt Srd, ISC I—lf. BUSINESS NOTICE f pHE undersigned, haring pwchawd the M itomt of Simms A Maddox in the Mrtvaattle banaaa, will continue to sell at the old stand, and solid! a continuance uf the rcry liberal patronage extended to the late firm. They will keep constantly on band a good assert tarsi of ponds, and will sell on soda tonne as cannot fall to please (he old customers of the bouse and the public gen erally. GEORGE A. & F. X SIMMS. Leonard Town. Md. September 13th, 1801—1/. LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, BRICKS, LIME, i HAIR, 1 SASH, DOORS and SHUTTERS, FOR sale, at the eery (eared print tor CASH or APPROVED credit. Before buy ing. call and eee ns at the corner of F.utsw and German Streets nr at IS3 light Street Wharf, Baltimore, Md. I BURNS A SLOAN. March 21st 1861—tf. NOTICE. 'I'HX undersigned has just received a large 1 supply of Ladies PARTY and BALL Goods consisting ot White and Colored Tartatons, Ladies white Kid Slipper Ladies White Kid Qlures, Ac. Ac. Also, Gent* White Kid G lor ex, Gents FaDsy Keck Ties, Gents' Fine Shirts, and Collars, Ac. Ac. E. LEO. SPALDING, Leonard Town. January trd, 1861—If. SEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS GBIE undersigned kas just returned frnni tke | A City with the largest, ane beat selected a lock ' of PALL,and WINTER GOODS ever offered | to (he citizens of St. Mary ’a County, consisting •a part, of very superior quality of Heavy Good, foi Servants' clothing, at the most modem prices—also Boots and Shoes of the mate sub* | stantial make, and beet material. Besides Cloiksf | Casstmeres, vestings and all kinds of fine drees ' 1 Goods, tor Ladies and Gentlemen—a carefully selected, aad well assorted stock of ready made 1 docking,manufactured expressly ts order, and n variety of articles ofalmostcvety kind uo where das to be found in the county. He respectfully so licit* a call from those desiring to purchase, feel ing assured that his thorough acquaintance with the business, resulting from s long residence in the city, will enable him to offer such induce ments as wtlldcfy competition. B. H. JONES, Clifton Factory, September 97th *KO-ly. 1 NOTICE. rllß Gu-pnrtncrshiy heretofaes existing under tho firm uf COTTINGHAM A . HARDING is this day dissolved hy mutual consent. Wm. 11. Harding is slono-author- I ized to settle the business of the firm. SAMUEL COTTINGHAM, WM. H. HARDING, Baltimore Jan. 11861—4 w. The undersigned, having Bought out tbs - Interest of Samuel Gotliugbani of the firm of I Cuttingham A Harding, will hereafter conduct the business in his own Name, —and he most respectfully solicits the favor of tire friends o the old Firm. WM. H. HARDING. MARYLAND I AGRICULTURAL WORKS. TO THE FARMERS OF SI. MARTS. —1 would most respectfully* call your at tention to my Urge assortment of IMPLE MENTS. 1 am manufacturing and pre paring a Urger assortment of Agricultural Im plement* than I have ever before offered to the public—Horse Powers and Threshers. Wheat Fans, Corn Mills, Curs SUellsrs, Ploughs, Harrows; Cultivators, nod many other articles to numerous to mention. 1 can supply the Farmer with every thing he may want. With regard to Horae Powers I would call particular attention to a fine lot of FELTONS TRIFLE GEARED POWERS, to week wUk or without band, whtek art met surpassed in this r any other nsrfrff; and 1 nod respectfully invite those who are in want ufMacbincs to give me a call, as 1 feel confident that 1 can suit the pur chaser. I am making a CORN MILL for grinding Corn at Home. This is a good Mill, faw been tasted and pronounced so oy expe rienced judges. To this 1 ask your spe cial attention. 1 tender yon my sincere thanks far 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 (heir custom. Orders will meet with prompt attea tiou by being directed to WILLIAM H. HARDING. 160 Pratt street Wharf, Baltimore,, Md. Feb. 7th, !•§>—ly NOTICE. IfORWARN any and ell pamons freer receiving in payment or hy transfer fat any consideration whatever, a NOTE OF HAND of mine, with Charles Medley accari •ty. drawn payable to James Thompson, ret (hr Ist day of January, Ifffft, for the sum of one hundred and tea dollars (#110) a I hold the : said Thompson's Note tor mure than 1 ewe hint. EDWARD F. TENERSON. Aug. 16th, 1861—w. CHANGE OF DATS ! HTUXENT MVHL A N ■* * ft " MTVHtUr, “i- |i Jfft *•*l.“- JJTKASIBR OROROE WnKlo will MWi BillifiNiri #r#rv sat* M •* °' ck * k • fa irant River. Jfct.n.iDg. will foave Hill* Ludrag iWf TUESDAY morning for Km twrW ln<K Kteltngfcum at 12 ofcfork Benedict every Wt.l). N LSD AY m> train- :il 6 o'clock k* Baltimore THEODORE WEF.MS, Mrnter October 10. 1001—tf. Th# Steamer MARY WASHINGTON will leave Bairimure every WEDNESDAY morning at 6| o’clock for the Patuxent Hirer. iMumlng, will leave Hill’s Landing ever? ■ FRIDAY morning Ist Nottingham, Having j Nottingham at ISo'clock f*r Benedict, leav ing Benedict every SATURDAY rooming at 0 o’clock ler Haiti more. . M. L. WEEMS. Mater. The above Steamers will call at the usual Landing* on the River, also nt Fair Haven and Plum Point going and returning, ftenge t Pair Haven $1 00 Meals Extra. • * ** Phim P.-int 1.00, “ “ ** " Palux’t Hirer LOO. ** *• Freight received every Tundayo md Fri day* up to S • dock. October, 10th, 18C1—;f. A CARD. , ThOCTOU GUSTAV US CANTER, having I ** located ktmesl fin i’harloite Hall, respert j fully oilers his professional servicegtothe pith* | ik*. His office is that formerly occupied hy !>r. J. F. Shaw, where he can always he found when professionally tugaced. lirrcnENcx —JSemtifl Chew. M. I), pro famwnf Principle* and Practice of Medicine in the University of Maryland. March 7th 1061—10 m. mm* SfIIBALL . CORN MEAL, fresh from the Steam- Mill of J. H. Maddox. Alee, a fteah supply of BUTTER. CHEESE,Ac in store and for sale by SIMMS A MADDOX. Dec. 20th, 1860. BUSINESS MO TICE. ALL persons indebted te me on Tavern ac count will come forward and settle the same without delay s I wish ail claims due me claacd forthwith. I intend hereafter is do an cxciuaivc CASH business and am determined w give no credit for RATI Mi. DRINK ING or HORSE PEED from the Ist of Janus ary, lt6l. JOHN F. PEN WICK, Proprietor, Uaiou Hotel January 3rd. 18€l—tf. w——a—BSMH—ea—wa - -—m.s al,bcbv racno. u nssqu TREGO A MORGAN. PRODUCE COMMISSION MKH CHANTS, And Wholcsalt Dealers in L I quo R S JA I) CIGARS, N 0.37 CHEAPSIDE, gear Pratts*., BALTIMORE • Every deecrip'irn olcrui.liy Produe entrusted to on test* u ill ire i-.# r < ttn lion. Aprilßth,lßsb—tt. — ms—m naene PROFESSIONAL NOtCE. DRHF.NRTC. F.ItRLEX b ovrdrrm Ids Office to the Law Office heretofore occupiod by O. Fred. Maddox. K*<jr. He can always be found, either at his Office or Moore’s Hotel', when not professionally en gaged. Jan. 10. 1861—If JAMES S. DOWNS, ATTORNEY * COLNSKI.I.OK AT LAW, Leonard Town, St Bary't Co., Bd., Will practice iu Si. Mary’raudtht adjoining counties. Ken. 10th 10M us ns Ml ■ ■ ■ IS m 7 m . ~ • I san M. M. MXaaER JAS. R. HERBERT & BRO. TOBACCO AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ns. ssarnntffi kflOllingsworlLSts., IS LTIMOII, MO. _____ s REFERENCES. John Hopkins. Presides iMerchantißank Trueman Cross ,CnahicComiMercinland Farmers* Bank. Geo. W. Howard it Co., Baltimore. Duer, Norris Is Co., •• K. Hiekley A Bro., •* Pennimaa A Bro., “ Whitney, Cushing A Comstock, Balt. STOLEN fmm my eUblea in Medley’s Neck, near Leonard Town, on Wadnes •Uy the lAh instant, a bright Sorrel M-rs, with flaacd mane and tail,medium sixe, stout ly built ar.d about IS years of ags. 1 have hern informed that an animal, answering to the above leriptibn, ua ridden past Char latte Halloa the 14th, by n negro wan. and, from Id* description, 1 am satisfied that be ie the party that stole the mare fn-ni my ftaklce. The negro is 6 feet % inches in hugftt, thin feced, f a dark chrsuut coko and about <• years of age. ll* epiicnled h int* If brn iu my wi|Auurlwd. to In fife*, but 1 bare bnarned stars his depart as that h i ppwq to he n runaway slave and probably ub my mare with a view of reaching Washington or sms one of the Federal encampments in Charies ('aunty. 1 will give the above re ward for the delivery of the stolen animal, or liberal mnupenimifon for information lead ing to bar whereabouts. EDWARD DOWN*. Leonard Town, P. O. Md. Nov. 21st, Idol—if.

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