Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, March 13, 1862, Page 4

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated March 13, 1862 Page 4
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BUILDER' S M A T E K lALS . The undersigned would rej*ectlnily call th | attention **f toe Public !•• their huge f.MOrt lurni of DOOHH, BLLVDS, SASIf, POOR { FRAMES, li IShOW Fit AMES, W.1611-IWAHDS. 1WAHDS. CASINOS, MOULDINGS, MAS TLBS, anti every dcsrriplion of House Build ing material.*, * hieh they Imve constantly on hruH. and which they can furnish at the short eat notice. They axe also prepared to furnish at the shortest notice FIiAiJIE for Country Houses, Cm luges. and suburban ; Residences, according to any plan or design, nil ready fitted to he put up on their propos ed sites. Formers and others, desirous of building in the country, would Hyd it to their advantage * by giving us a cal! before purchasing else where, as we are fully prepared to execute work on the most reasonable term*. And the advantages, which we offer i* preparing all the materials that may be necessary in Con structing a bouse, will be found to save the , P.uilder a great deal of vexatious delay and expense. I8af" All orders left at their office or ad dressed to them by mad will meet with p roll ip and satisfactory attention, M A UGH LIN & JOHNSON, Ft cam Plaint mj Mill ami Sash Factory, Fust Falls Avenue, near Prall Street Bridge "Warehouse No. {*s, Prat* street. Next door to Penn & Mitchell, Bail. Md. t April 10th, 1800— ly. CHAIR AND FURNITURE 1 ESTABLISHMENT. WE. AM) KB SON. .Vo#. Iti & 1 • Second Street between Frederick Stre and Marsh Market Sf>ate . Baltimore. Having the largest Ware rooms and besi assortment ol Cabinet Furniture in the city. Is prepared lo sellevery articlem hisiiue upon the most liberal and accommodating terms. Having had u long experience in this line ol business, he flatters himself that he can coin ! pete, as lo excellence ol n.teria I. beauty ci Workmanship and range id prices, wth any establishment ol the sort in this or any othei city. Mis general stock embraces a lull and Complete assortment ol Parlor Chat is. St fas, liockimj Chairs. Spring Lounges. Ckatnitri Suits. lUtr room, (Office and Dining ('hairy, French 7V/c a-Teies, Settees, Ann Chain, Matt rases . Looking Classes rfr,,ol 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 Furniture, me requested to rail and examine his Stock helurc buying elsevihen ’**. sure to find the right place Nos. |U& 12 j Second .Sireel—Warehoii'e with 80 lee! front and S large Folding doors. August 1 lib 185$—If. DENTISTRY. VERSONS needing flu* services of a first rate Dentist will do well !■* emplow |)r. J RANDOLPH WALTON, who in tends locating himself in th** villxge of Leon ard Town. Orders addressed to him through the Leonard Town Post Office will n*ceive | nr*mpt attention. His terms are cash. I>r : Wall on has had corwidercrahle expeiicnce in i his profession, is moderate in his charges, i.d ; has invariably given satisfarlioii to lln*kc who j have employed him. To give the readers of the Ihacon some idea of the standing of l>r. ! W. as a PRACTICAL DENTIST, the f..l- 1 hming letter. adlressc*d to him by i>r. Ninian ■ .Pinkney, U. S. is appended; U. S. Naval Academy, 1 Annapolis, Marvlnn.d, April 21. 1855. | Dear Sir;—lt gives me great plasnrc to . express the confidence I have in your skill as a Dentist, am! to recommend yon, as far an I 1 have influence, to the patronage of tha Public. I ! I have had an opportunity of witnessing your j 1 mole of operation, atm have no hesitation in * affirming that it exhibits your thorough knowl edge of you profession. I am, sir, very respectfully your obedient servant. ’ MM AN PINKNEY, Sureeou-U. S. X. ! Dr. Rakd i.pii Wai/ on, Annapolis. ; I .April 4tb, 1801—tf. 'a we | g" | i | i.f."" . . a ■ * 1 LUMBERt d SHINGLES!! FLO RING, AT. WE invite the attention of our friends tm consumers, generally, in St. Mary 's an adjoining counties to our extensive assort men o(seasoned BUILDING MATERIALS. All parties contemplating the erection oi Dwellings, Barnes, &.C., will find it greatly to their advantage to give us a call, as we can sell at lowest rates for cadi or Negotiable pa per. . Doora, Frames, Siuih, See., furnished at; Mill prices. Orders filled for Bricks, Lime, Hair, Naile, Sec. Sts Wharfage charged on Vesaels receiving Lumber fr* ur Yard. CARSON, ZIMMERMAN, & CO.. West side Union Dock, Norfolk Boat \Mmrf March 20fh. 1800- tf. IN OTI€E. ALL persons indelxcd to me Ar raxes for , this year will please (vine lorward and j settle the same to me. or Capt. J. J. AlUtan ! m thirty days. |f not settled in thirty days • fr.mi date, i shall be compelled through ue- j testify to collect Mr law. GKO. M. BOHAXAN. Col. oi 2nd, Dial. Not. 21st, 18C1—tf. j j JAMES S, DOWNS, attorney a counsellor at Law. Leonard Totra, Si. Mary's Ce.,Md. t Will practice in St. Mary Va ad t head joining Count iew. Fek/MHh 1868. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. T^" DTICE ia hereby given that the subscriWr 11 has from rhe Orphan’* Court ••f Si. Mary** cuuiiiy jri \farylaid. Icvojr* ol* luhiim'**'nation on the rer*oi: ; *? Mis-e of JOHN TAYLOR. late of • Wild county, deceased. Ail persons having , claim* apiiirtt the v.itid deceased are hereby w.rr*ed to exhibit che saute aids the proper vouchee thereof, i< the auhaenber, on or befiue the 1H day of July, 1 2. otherwise they may lie excluded hy law from all benefit of the tea id estate. Given under my hand this Kith day of January, 1882. JAMES If. ALFEY, I Administrator. Jan. IGth, 1852—4 w. i ©S JD* ■ MAN AWAY from tin? subscriber, living 1 6% , lt . ar {| IC ~f Clnptico, a few days since, a frtc negr.t le*y nanvtl HENRY JUNKS, whose* time 1 recently lanight f C iC. I billy. 1 learn that he is in the lower pari of the county, probably lurking about Jutland. tle pro)H*rly of 11. Ai. S. Key, where he ha 'relations. All persons are foirwurned against harboring or emplov ing sai l negru Uy. He • is rather black, stoops a g*>-*d deal, and has an ■awkward way ot expressing himself. Hois j al*ottt 20 years of age, had on when he left a good suit of clot lies of white full cloth and a j black hat. 1 will give the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to me. Jt)HN A. bUKKOUGHS. Jan. 9th, 18I2—Jw. i FOUNDED 1352 C U tRTKKI.D 185 LOCATED COR. or BALTIMORE dc CHARLES Sis Baltimore, Md. The l.argest. Most FArgunlltj Furnished nnd Popular Coninmeiot Colhge in the United Slmtts. Designed Expiesfly for Young Ken Desiring to obtain a Thorough Practical Hu* ness F.ducation in the shortest possible tim and at the le;ist expense. A Lurjre atid Beautifully Ornamented Circu lar, containing upwards of Six*Square Feet, with Specimen of Penmanship, and a Large En graving (the finest of ihe kind ever made in this •onnlry) representing the Interior View of the College, with Catalogue slating terms, d*c. t will be sent to every Young Man on application, free of charge, j Write immediately and yon will receive tin , package by return Haul. Address L. K. LOSIKU, Baltimore Aid. January ly. • j ’ PETIT] OS FOR THE BEX EC IT OF THE INSOLVENT /JUS OF MARY LAM) . Circuit (Yurt f<*r St. Mary’s f March Term 1881. \ ORDERED hy the Court that the Creditors of JAMES MORGAN, a petitioner j 1 for the lienellt of the insolvent Laws of Ma j iviand, be and appear Indore the Circuit C'Kiri j I h>r St. Mary's County on the third M<>n<]ay i ! i*f November next, to show cause, if any they I ! have, why the Sitid Jam*s A. Morgan, shall j ■ not have the benefit of the sai l laws; provid ■ e<l a copy of this order Ik* inserted in tiie St. ■ •Van’s r>v;n>n lux* a wok l*r three motitii i tiefrc Ihe said thiid Monday in ISovenibe I next. I>v <*rd**r, J JAMES T. BLAKISTONE, Cluk. July 25th, 1881 3m. 11 E coinmissmnß f.r comity officers elec- [ J. ted on the six'h day of November last ' ; were received and filed in thia Office on t!e 1 22nd November, ultimo, 'i'lie Constitution i requires nil persons elected to office, receiving a commission from the State, to qualify wuhin j thirty day’s after the commission is filed. JAMEB T. HI.A K ISTO.N E, Clerk. I Dec. sth. 1851—if. THAD.K. PBEUSS, Attorney amt t'ntinsellor at Law, And General Agent for Claims, WILL atttend to the collcc'.ion of all < chiitnK against the iionrral Govern- | ment. All coiiiptiinieatiotis addressed to me j at Leonard Town will meet wuli prompt at tention. Jan. 9th, 1802—if. NO TICE. E. LEO SPAJ.DING reiurns his thanks to , his numerous customers fur the liberal patron age he has received from them, and pledgee! himself to keep a CHOICE STUCK OF f GOO IK always on hand, which will be sold very low lor cash or its equivalent. E. LEO SPALDING, April 2nd, 1880 I April 4th, iSiiO— Iv I | NOTICE TO CREDITORS. i NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber j tins obtained from the Orphans Court for Siuiut Mary ’ county, in Maryland, letteis of dm ini st ration, on the —ersonaJ estate ot Eh/.n H Johnson, uie of said c., deceased. All per uuus having claims ngsnist the said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with Hie pro|*er vouciiea thereof, to ibe subscriber, on or b. fore the Ist uay of June 1862, otherwise < they m*y tie excluded by law from all benefit of the said estate. Given under my hands this 21 a day of Nov, 1861. DAVID W. TYLER, Administrator. Nov. 21t, 1861—4 w. NOTICE. FOR THE PATUXENT RIVER ViA FAIR HAVEN AND PLUM POINT. after WED ter will leave her wJiari every WEDNESDAY MORNING ut hall (last six o’clock lor the Patuxent River. Re | turning, will Lave Hill’s Landing every* Friday tanning f w i Beucdict, Ivavwig lie. e diet e ; ery Saturday novnn g at 6 o’clock for < Baltimore. Calling at all the usual landings I | on the River, also at Plum Point und F-ir Haven, going and returning. M. L. WEEMS, i Jan. 30th, 1862 — tf. WANTED. \\TANTFD a TEACHER Gr primary "" School No. 2 for the year 1852. He ' must lecap.Meuf teaching ihemmal English branches nod lw of a-**! nvral chara tor. — * Teacher of middle or advanced age pre ferred. Address, J A MEB L. LANGLEY, JOHN 11. HOLMES, WM. MrKAY. JOSEPH RICHARDSON. St. luigoea' P. 0 Jan. 30lh, 1852—4 t. i _ NOTICK OF DIV r JDKNI>. j _ _ ON application of M. M. I lay Jen ami Geo. Fred, Maddox, administrators of George Haydn, late of St. Mary’* county, deceased. It i* adr red by the Court, that the Mid ad miiii*tratnr< notify the creditor* of tlic said deceased, to file their claim* against the said : deceased, in the Register of Wills’ Office on or before the 15th day of May, 1802, fr div idend, and that this order be publtahed in the St. Man ’s Beacon,once a week, uiitil (bemud i loth of May, 1852. J. T..M. RALEY, Register of Will*, of St. Mary’* county,Md. Feb. 13th, 1802— 3m. NOTICE. ' nmlers'gncd ha* just received a large ■ supply of Ladies PARTY and HALL | Goods consisting ot White and Color oil Tarletons, i Ladies white Kid Slipper I Ladies White Kid Gloves. Ac. five, A Iso, ; Gents White Kid Gloves, Gents Fancy Tics, (louts’ Fine Shirts, and Cellars, Arc. A*c. E. LLO. SPALDING, Leonard Town. January 3rd, 1851—tf. - FOR SHERIFF. PHILIP 11. DORSEY, thankful to his friends and die public for die support lie re reived at die late election oilers himself again as a candidate loi Sheriff and solicit* die votes l of Ins feliow-citizens of St. Mary’s county at the next election. Nov 21st, lebl. HARRISON EDWARDS, offers himself ; to the voters of St. Mary’* County as a can didate for Sheriff at the next election. Nov. 21t, 1851. i A CARD. ■yiCTOU GUSTAVUS CANTER, having located hiniH-It in Charlotte Hall, respect oily oflcrs Ids professional services In the pnb -1 lie. Hi* office is that formerly occupied by , l>r. J. F. Shaw, where lie can always he found except when professionally engaged. Rkfkuknck.—Samuel Chew, M. I>, Pro fessor of Principles and Practice of Medicine jin the University of Maryland. March 7th 18()1 —10 m. LUMEBR NOTICE. I • BURNS <Sr SLOAN return their sincere thanks to the Farmers for their libera! j patronage for the year past. Their stock I 1 LUMBER is larger th-n ever and la-ltcr a * irted; and wc arc determined to offer great j inducements to cash buyers. Apply at the ; earner of Kutaw and German streets,or at 132 Light street Wharf. BURNS & SLOAN. J Baltimore, Me] Feb. 2nd, 1850— FOR CONSTABLE. J. EDWIN ABELL r.nnnuuces hjmelf a* a candidate fi>r Constable in Leonard Town Dis- Inc at the election in 1863 and ask* the sup pr if of hi* friends and fellow-citizens. Nov. 28ih, Ib6l. At.BERT TKKCiJ. J. 9 MORGAN 4 % TREGO c MORGAN, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i Anel Wholesale Dealer?in liquor s ar% i) ciaa n s ■ N 0.37 CHEAPSIDE, near Prattst., BAI.TIMO RE ijO- Every elescripncn olccnntiy Produc , cnirusted to our care tv ill rtc i\tsurictaen • tion. ApnlB(h,lBsB—tf. sail' ikBWAIKP.: O TOLEK fin*m my stables in Medley’* ( Neck, near Leonard 'Pown, on Wcdnes- < day the 18th instant, a bright Sorrel M*.re. j i wiih fluxed mane anel tail, medium size, stout ly built and about 12 years of age. 1 have 1 U-eu informed that an animal, anuwering to tlie above description, was rubied |ast Cliar-1 | h tic Hall on the 14th, by a negro man, anel. j from his description. I am satisfied that he i* I the party that stole the mare from my stable*. The negro is i u-et 5 inches in height, thin faced, of a dark che*ut color and about 40 : years of age. He represented himself, when j in my neighoorlnmd, to be free, but I have ■ 'earned since his departue that he is supposed i to I* a runaway slave and probably stole my | mare with a view' of reaching Washington or some one of the Federal encampments in j Cliarie* County. I will give tlie above re ward for the <k livery of the stolen an hind, | or liberal compensation for informaii&n leai ing to her whercaUuitr.. EDWARD DOWNS, I Leonard Tuwn, P. 0. Md. Nov. 21st, 1801—tf. DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP- , Leonakd Tow*. \ 1 Jan. Ist, 1852. / '■'HE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore cx i*tmg in the Cigar Maimfactory of Mor- 1 gn. Jamison & Co., i* this day dissolved with

mutual consent by the undersigned, partners l in interest. All person* indebted to the firm I wiH please settle with B A. Jautuuo, who is authorized to receipt in fall. J, FELIX MORGAN, j B. A. JAMISON. Jan. Gib, 18C2 —2t. LUMBER. SHINGLES, LATHS, BRICKS, LIME, HAIR, SASH. DOORS and SHUTTERS, OR side, at the very lowest price for CASH 17 or APPROVED credit. Before buy ing. cal! and see us at the corner of Euta*v i and German Sirect* or at IS2 Light Street Wharf, Baltimore, Md. BURNS & SLOAN. March 21st 18C1—tf. ! NOTICE. DR. WILLIAM S. BLAKISTONE. hav ing located in Chaptic<, offers his pro fession*! M-rvices to the Public, and ran al ways be f'Uinl, when nt*t professionally eti gagotl, at Bus well** Hotel, i also retni* my thanks to my friends in the neighborhood of St. Clement’s Bay for their former patronage, and willjalways be happy to wait on them at the shortest notice. Nuv. 2Slh, 18G1—tf. PROFESSIONAL. DR. J. 11. THOS. REEVES baa lratel at “WHITE PLAINS,” sbeut a mi<e ! from the village of Cha ptico, a or. respectfully j oilers his professional service* to the paldic. I He will devote him-elf exclusively to the ! practice of his profession. Jar,. 15th, 1802 —tf. I XKW FALL AXD WJSTKR GOODS '! . —— undnsigned hits just returned from the I A fit y with t he !.i: se*f, ana best selected stock J ot FALL.and WINTER GOODS ever offered j to thec.itizcns ofSl. Mary ’* County,consisting'* i *n part, of very quality of Heavy Goods 'for Servants’clothing, at the most moderat" prices—also Hoots and Shoes oftl.e most aub* stantinimake, and best material. He.-.ides Cloths}! j Cnsstnieres, vestmgaand all kinds of fine dress j Goods, for Ladies and Gentlemen—a care/ulljr ; selected, and well assortt.-1 stock of ready made | clothing,manufactured expressly to order, and a variety of articles ofnlniost evei y kind no where ' else to Ire found in the county. He respectfully so licit* a roll from those desiring to purchase, feel i ingassured that lita thorough acquaintance with ■; the busineas, resulting from a long residence in the city, wilt enable him to offer such induce ments as will defy competition. E. H. JONES, Clifton Factory. Septembe*27di ’SbO— ]y. NOTICE. /WTIIE Co-partnershiy lieretofm* existing A under the firm f CO’ITINGIiAM At : HARDING it- this day dissolved hy mutual ! consent. Win, 11. Harding i* alone-author ized to sole the business of the firm. SAMUEL LOTTINGIIAM, WM. H. HARDING, Baltimore Jan. 1 !!'*! 4w. The undersigned, having Bought out tin Interest of Samuel Coitingham of the firm oi 1 Cotlingham A: Harding, will hct*after conduct the bust tie** in his own Name, —and hr most respect fully solicit* the favor of the friends o the old Firm. WM. 11. HARDIN i. • MARYLAND AGRICULTURAL WORKS I TO THE FARMERS OF SI. MARY'S. —I would most respectfully call your at tention t<> my large assortment of IMPLK MEJXI'S. I am manufacturing ami pre paring a larger assortment of Agricultural hn i audits than I have ever before offend to l he public—Horse Powers and Threaher*. Wheat Fang, Corn Mills, Corn Shllcrs. Ploughs, Harrows: Cultivator*, and many other article* to numerous to mention. 1 can supply the Farmer with every thing he may want. With regard to Horse Power* I would call particular attention to a fiur lot 08 PEL TON'S TRIPLE GEARED I POWERS, to icork with or without band, \ which are not siirjtasxed in this or any other ! market; and I most respectfully invite those ' who are in want of Machines to give me a call, fas I led confident that I can suit the |mr- I chaser. I am making a CORN MILL fci | grinding Corn at Home. This is a good Mill, . has been tested and pronounced *o hy* rxpe • rienci d judges. To this i ask your *|c ! cial attention. I tender you my dncerc thanks for the I ' kindness heretofore shown me and beg a con- j tir. aance of your favors, determined to make j a strong effort to please all who give me their j • custom. Orders will meet with prompt alien- i j tion by being directed to WILLIAM 11. HARDING. 150 Pratt street Wharf\ Baltimore , Md. ! Feb. 7th, 18G 1 ly * DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. ! [ 1 f HE late film of Simms <t Maddux i* f I JL this day dissulvid hy mutual consent.] Penk'tis indebtt d to us ue hereby notified to ; come forward and settle with Ge*cge A. j Simms, without delay. hr is authorized to I settle the business of the lute firm. GEORGE A. SIMMS, JOS. H. MADDOX. Sept. 3rd, 1851—tf. j BUSINESS NOTICE. f VI HE uuderaigurtl, having purchased the ; -ft interest f Simtfts A Maddox in the, Mercantile bu*incs, will continue to sell at ! the (4d stand, and solicit a continuance of the ' very liU-rut patronage extender! to the late firm. They will keep coiisUmlty ou baud a good assortment of grants, and will sell on ; sue 11 terms as cann*-t fail to please the old customers of the house and the public gen erally. GEORGE A. & F. X SIMMS. Leonard Town, Md. September 12lh, 1851— tf. aVBB-aBBaHSBMHHBBBHW WANTED rHO BUY or HIKE 10 nr F 2 likely 5 JL NEGRO MEN and WOMEN, for I which the market prices or wage* wall be givon. I] Also, FATTED CATTLE can be sold 1 for the best market price* by applying to | or addressing, JO. (I. MADDOX. Leonard Town P. 0. [’ Jan 2nd, J j THK \ SAINT MARY’S FEMALE SEMINARY j TIIR qpxi annual session will com menr I on SATURDAY, the I6th of Sepiem her. under the direction of Miss LOTTY LEIGH, as Principal* assisted by a corps of efficient and experienced Teacliers. The course of instruction is as thorough as ■ at any other institution in the country, and st less than half the usual expense. The scholastic yeai is divided into two terms of five months each. |Charfc, per term, payable in advances ' or all the branches of a thorough English education, including Hoard, Tuition. Washing, Fuel, I Lights and Redding, $76.00 Stationery, 2.66 Tuition furdav pupils,including fufcl, 21.00 ■KPaßarx Bvawcuxs: - French, 14.0 p . Mimic, with the uae of Instrument, 26.00 drawing and Paiating, exclusive I of materials, 6.00 Painting in Oil Colors,exclusive * of materials, 10.00 For furher information, or for Circulars,, apply k> the Principal, St. ImgoesPos'i Office, Saint Mary’s County. Md. C. BILLINGSLEY, President of the Board oi Trustees. August 16th. ißdO—tf. PATUXENT RIVER LAND , ro k SALE. ! IF not sold st private sale befors SAT* CRD AY. October the 20ik, 18*0. I will offi-r at public in (he village of CHAR LOTTK HALL, on that day. tb FAKMI on which I now reside. This Farm is situated on tha raiment ; River, adjoining the lands of Mrs. B. L. ; Tliomss and Msj. James Collin*, aud con* ' tains , ONK THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND. i Persons wishing to purchase land of aii)>e f i rior quality, where good health and all the delicacies of the wafer are to he had, are requested to call and examir.e the prcmie*. . | Steamers,’to and from Baltimore, par* this land every day. j This Farm will be divided and sold ii. • three parts. j Terms made known on application to th undersigned, and possession will 1* given or j the first dsv of January, 1861. ( ’ W. J. CARTWRIGHT, Charlotte Hall. I*. 0., Saint Mary’s Countv, Md. August 80th, 1860—tf. i ~Mnnt_KM. ! 'IMIE Misses C<4igin having secured the j *• services of an ex|H>riencetl Music teacher ' will receive a limited number of young ladies | I for the scholastic year beginning Ut Sept, i TERMS PAYABLE HALF YEARLY IN | ADVANCE. Board and Tuition in all the branches <> r an : 1 Etvhh Eduration per nanuni $l6O Music Vucal A Instrumental $lO [ter qnar. French 6 ** Italian 6 “ Spanish m 6 “ Drawing ami Fainting in Water Odors 5 " Oil Fainting 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 pupil*. Address— SU MM ERSE AT Oakville P, O. - St. Mary’s Co. August Ist, 1861 tf. j 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 arc prepared to haul out vessels of any sise, aud wHI REPAIR. CAULK, Ac., on the most reasonable terms. Prompt attention to all work, and quick dispatch will be given iu.ill cases. The Railway is situated about a quarter of mile from Leonard Town on a fine oyster creek, where we will also 1 build SCOWS, ROM’S, or VESSELS, if required, no the lowest terms HARRIS, NORRIS & FOXWELL. July 19th IB6o—tf. ! I HKIM. J. KICODEMrS. OEO. P, THOU A J. H. HAkUESTY, WITH. HEIM, KIOODKMUB *OO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN flllffl ft HICTIC uuoi. 4P SVEKT DKMBIPTIoX, KO. 883 BALTIMORE ST. BALTIMORE. March Ist. 1860—M. VALUABLE MANUFACTURING PROPERTY possums. rfl E valuable property, known as CIJF-! TON FACTORY and GRIST MILL, (watar power) .situated oa the Head Waters ; of St. Mary's river in Saint Mary’s county, 1 Md., aud embracing that throe hundred oral fifty acres of land, is offered al Friratc Sale, i This property has oa it a STORE lIOUKK, which is s good stand fw basinssr, HOTEL. DWELLINGS. Workshops. Ac. The pro perty will be wild on - accommodating terms. For further particulars, apply to. THOMAS W. GOUGH, JO. FORKBBT, liNoard Town P; O. Nur. 16lh, 1860—tf. <*i W ARGE WHOLESALE AND JLi RETAIL STOCK OP FALL AXD H7.V TER nit WOODS i . FOR r.\SH ONLY. HAMILTON EASTER A CO., j Nos. HKI, —UI and ‘2u3 lUiftimvre street BALTIMORE. Have now iu afore, an-l are ronafanfly adding thereto, a large ami varied *b>ck of I FALL and winter dry good?. embracing a rules from the loweot to the highest price, in every depart men t of the trade. Would rail particular attention to their Mock of Good a for fanners ami planters* • uae. such as 3-4 and 0-4 Fulled Cloth; j Penitentiary Maid Linscya and Colton*! I Servants' Blankets; heavy Blenched and Brown Cottons; o*nnburg; Canton and W 00l Flannels, and indeed every thing re quired by an individual, family, or for ser ▼ants* uac. | IMPORTING AND PURCHASING : “on the most advantageous terms," and SELLJXt / FOR CASH OXLV, nv WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, we are enabled to mark our goods at such 1 prices as will make it the interest of all to deal with ns. An examination of our stock by persons visiting Baltimore to make purchases is invited. Sept. 19th, ow. TIJRESIIIXG MA CIUXES. I have for sale (he TeU-n Triple Gear el ■ florae Power and W. W. Dhigec X Go’s hvm Thresher v ill, /.Vi vicing Sirate Carrie/ . The machine is warranted i,• render satisfac tion to all purchasers. The price of 8 homo power. 30 inch Thresher and Straw-Carrier, delivered at anv wharf iu 81. Man’s oouatv Farmers are invited to call at my Store iu lieonard Town and examine this Thresher. E. LEO. SPALDING. June 28lh, IBoO—if. FOR COUNTY CLERKSHIP j The friends of DAN IRLT. M()R(i AN pm i sent him to the voters *f Si Mar; ’ county as , * candidate for ( lerk of the <*mnn r..urt a; J lha election in ami solicit to ins claims ; a disp.-ssioiiHte cnnsidt ration. Nov. 2th, I8&7. KOK COUNTY CLERK. I announce nijivll as a candidate for Clerk ■ *f• he Circuit Court for Saint Mail's c*>mit\, | *• 1 espwifully *o! - it the Mipport of my hit • Is and the j iJlie. GEORGE 11. HERBERT. j PISSOL UTIOX OF CO - /\\ R T\ER sun* 'IMIR copartnership heietofor existing ke ■ twteu the undersigned, under the firm and style f (.each X iltrhett, is this .lay di*- rolved by iniiturl consent. All jmtsoiis iu del.lef! to the late firm are hereby TMjnested I . c*nie forward and settle their indebtedness j without delay. Either putty is authorized to i settle the butincss of (he finn. IVXI. K. Id ATI I. GEO JI. HERBERT, Sept. ißth, 18fc! —tf. I NOTOL rrf.r. undcndgurd begs leave ‘siiniormehis friends and the Public, fhnt he is still at the OLD STAND,in I .eoiiarti Town, <• arrvii g on BLACKS?! !TH ING. GUN. I.uiK RMTTHIKG. SHEET IKON AND STOVE WORK—in short iron work | all descrip tions, such a* repairing CAI.’KI AGHS BLIJ GIKK. ROOK A WaYK. CARTS. wagons HORSE SHOEING. FA KM WORK of all kinds; also REAPERS. TIfHASHERS and DRILLS. With hie experience o| jj years in a Marhirw Shop, he thinks that he ran do anv kind of Slacken.i(h Wmk from a kneed l-to an anchor, and on rearonablc terms. New Wag on* and Carte built cheaper than c in lie done at any other shop in this place. HOUSES SHOE!) at the shrm-et notice. JAMES A. M’CATIIUAN. Blacksmith. January 21,18^0 —vf. WANTED. ' r *nWril*ri wishes to huv a lof o j 1 LIKELY YOUNG NEGROES, ..fhoil. sexes, for whieh the highest market price* will he paid. Persons wishing to sell, who nay not see himr during hi* present tour through tho Sol.then counties of the State, will have their ordors promptly r|Mt:d< d to, !•} addressing— # ALLEN S. DORSEY, Washington, D. C. Feb.2nd. 1860- tf ROBERTSON & BRISCOE, SUCCESSORS to K. IJ. MILKS, at ms OLD STAND, I4U, W. PRATE STREET BALTIMORE, Respectfully dfcr th*i r service* a# •genie, for the laic of TOR ACC O GUAIS. and ail kind* of tHODVCE, pjedg ; ing their untiring elb ria to reader saiisfartion 'to all who may patronise them. Liberal ad | vanres made on consignments. March 22nd. 1880—tf. LIME AND FEED STORE V* $ Holliacvortl St- Baltimore. W. B. hormb. ((successor tojohn heas v >. WHOiOiI.K A%V RKTAII. DEALER * IK laftiMy Brick*? Hair. friiirut, CALCINED PLASTER. Carr, OnU, Corn Meal, Chop-Bye, Mill Feed,4e. Dec.23rd. 1868—Jy. NOTICE. ALL persona wishing to communicate with mebyl fetter .willdirec itneir for respond* nee by uisiho PiriTsbaceef*bflr< county, Md., or by *rdamer St. Nicholas, • ChappetPoint .Charlescounty , Aid. T. Campbell: i • Ffeir rd. 1859—G.

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